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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 July 1914

amm " -A , " t " : ' " T. V i. .,. , .. i , f-,- i I t ii ,. i i n l IP" i n mi Vj. ft- Ml . K rv !. 'it IT-rf S gr RANDALL PARRISH ILLUSTRATED D. J. LAVTN u CHAPTER XVIII Continued. "A soldlor of England; an aldo to Hamilton! You Ho. When Hamilton knows what I know ho will to: you limb from limb. You como hero to frighten us with your throats youl I oplt upon you! Sle-e-to-wah. warriors, hear mo; you know who I am; I travel with you on tlio war-trail; I go with you Into battlo. Now I Bpenk with tho straight tongue. You do not know this man, but I do. Sco; ho daro not faco mo; watch him shrink baok afraid. Well! thoro is reason." "1 fear you, Jules Lappln?" "Ay! and with cause. Know you ovor tho tlmo I failed to pay my debts? or wreak my vengeanco? I hnvo you now, and will crush tho white-livered henrt out of you with these hands. Listen, Shawnees, Mlamls, OJibwae, whllo I tell you who this fellow Is. Then glvo him to me I nsk no more." He stopped, bent forward, his fin gers clinche...

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. — 25 July 1914

1 t Jk!M ' " , .: mn.-nimwun irtArrrrrtTr-"' it,if'-Hfi,Wli9rSniim mmtitk ,n igejqi;iW'JWPil' '-rimfr'J"' amii fkA. f Iv. V- """,w"'''gir' -B.riwni .i,. ,,'. x i. i i mi ) m . . . .m ' l "" - i- .- -, , ,- . .- ' " " '" ' "'" ...-- li'-HBL I I -. . . . . . . . 1 t - W ... HWM. M I JL - " ' ' ' " "" ' " ' " ' --" ' "- i --- I B 1 ' jy pj, iffi PUBLIC LEDGER lLT--XC- BUKD-T, TOOHtS If JOLT, THASKBaiTIKO ' , AND CMUiT-. ' ' " RTF. CURRAN, - Editor and Publisher. lC5c ttitnd Lons l.unca Telephone No. 40. 1 orncs runuc ledueh buildinm MATST1M.K. KT. fntertd at IhcMav-vll'-, iff , Pn-tofllcc an nccond-cl... mail matter- svnaojUPHONa-u rusit. Oiio Voir NIK nonius ... Tlr motilfi- . .. ..8 00 ... I 01' 7ft m- U .J E W FltEE-TRADE. From Lahor it hath stolon broad, Hai robborf him of his own, And in return lias given him A theory and u stone. American Economist. Bv covering up their trades some niim get credit t''fo'v walking hi the straight and narrow ath. IS THE REVOLUTING OVER? rinwniizn R...

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. — 25 July 1914

r 87.--;.., . r, I ' i- --i-H----L' ----P--------------------------------------------------------- ---Ki. M!4inMfi9KHiHa6III!SHlBHHHfl iSlMinlliBw !W f? fwmwm'iW : -, v '$ v, ; 'FWfWPl, & &: i v??. 'X w ' , t- R ft E - m. 3f '4. BK r k3 tK m ir In comes bummer vacation time and that old lazy, yawny feeling. Makes a man-get out his pipe, puff away and start dreaming of f vi times p come. Air's mighty sweet in his nostrils anefso is Tuxedo, too. A grand old tobacco to dream over on days of iest and lj recreation. gJ If, Am II 1 6 iJ1U '! rSK ? w mwj S ' M vtftt m&rt r$ PVi & A The Perfect Pipe Tobacco The new Tuxedo 40c Tin Plumi dor is a vacation necessity. At the beach, in the mountains, on the farm wherever you go, this handsome, convenient, air-tight humidor will keep a handy supply of Tuxedo tor you, in fresh, delicious condition. Tuxedo is made from the phoicest selected crops of old Kentucky Burley tjie cream leaves of each golden season ripe, mellow, fragrant a...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 July 1914

I , j , v t ' r fi wygWBrT'W.ia"" w..iij,rr.....nM.,.?j Hj H i Lbh ILH w MBS H-IP Hfl aLiH jb MHIIBBH V ! LiYbhibV'HbhiAiAibW, ! l bTbybybybybybybybybybybyI ! HbH 0 B H YAtAtAtbYj Jy r ONLY 2 DAYS MORE to see how housekeeping is done Electrically. Come out and let us show you how you may cook, wash, iron, clean and sew Electrically. The Electric Cottage is not a salesroom. It is a free exhibit where the people of Maysville y see me most muue,m uuuscumu ucviucs in WEATHER REPORT GENERALLY FAIR TODAY AND SATURDAY. CINCINNATI MARKETS tions Livo Stock. Cincinnati, July 23. Hug receipts 2,400; market slow; packers aad butch ers $9.15(fi9.25; common to choice, $G.50 (iWUO; pigs aad limits, $7.509.10; Mags, $5.50(ffi7.15. Cattle loeoipt.s 01H); market slow; cows, $3 25(?71li.25; calves steady. Sheep receipt! .'1,1 OH; market ,slow, 2.JiO1.7.T; lambs strong, 4.".."jO(J? 3.75. Grains. Wheat firm S.'tfiis.ji.je; corn stead A FINE PARLOR BROOM FREE AS A SOUVENIR OF OUR CLEAN SWEEP SALE. To ove...

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. — 27 July 1914

f-xm ?; -fA w , w-. WBWlBlKlBiaaMBllBMraaBWSMMgBBMliiKgaiiai l Cream Frappe PUBLIC LEDGER Something new. or fruits of any kind, one today. Can bo used on Mello Sells for 10c. Order m m m M I I. ,? fn UK f; ' T4 ft Iflr- V w m f. ? t & k .4 i n Si - jp f? .- UY PUHLTO UUHiKR-Wm. Sl.e had u lovely bathing suit, Composed of guuro and not; And really it looked very cuto Until she got it wet. Wall paper, ruga and paint at HEN DBICjKSON'S. t Hon. J, P. Haney of Morgan county. Democratic candidate for Congress & in tho city looking after his "fences". His friends say he will make things iu- terestiug for some one in Mason. Qi O MARRIAGES ) ... o Mr. Charlie' Jones, 21, and Miss Len:i McKee, 21, from Fleming county, wero given license to marry Saturday. B. Frank Taylor, age 2.", barber, ami Miss Amy Lowe, age 15, wore married, by Squire Hauer, Saturday. BUGGIES,' I RUNABOUTS, I DRIVING WAGONS I S Too many of them 5 B Must be turned into Money at S once. Here's a chance to get a bugg...

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. — 27 July 1914

ST- -v ? !kK JT s w. ' , lf cvT. i"'" HE PUBLIC LEDGER JL. .... ..u -...... .w .uinaii m lilt w MlVvlfllVIUU ' - VAibT sxuvrT runtiii rini .- hum ! V Awn irniu-MA. 'A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher ' .' " " ' ' " " " ' Vl..i..!.ll.i. Itn I niirlna- I-nnMIl t.lcllOKIl HUlLlllNn PMMCTlel'tKll "ll. "' 1 ATVH-I.K. KT. '1, 'riiVtcrfil Hi the Mnynvlllr, Ky.. IVMtofficc n nccotul cl mnll matter' f v aVUnVHlP'JlONb-Bl' MAtu. one Yeura...... . Hlx.iltonlli TUrcjnutli ... 00 i no ........ 74 UK1.1VNUKU UY CAUHIKR, Per Monlti ,.m...m ..--4 ...-.......-aA CeuU iMyablr to Colltctor at end of Monti. ALL SUHSCRIPHONS CASH IN AWANlL. TO M Tlio rolling .stone gathers no iiiosh, but it bu'rf a high roller lie may have annexed more or less niiuuiim, f A RARE PROSE POEM. There was a quiii'Ii doctor who lived out in the hills who used two concoctions to cure liuinun ills. .The one was a physic, the other a drink; he made them of soda and colored them pink. One twe'ed ledce and one tweedledum; the very...

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. — 27 July 1914

' ,. Soaping our reward without getting tnnglod in the realtor is sometimes u hnnt job. LONa HIKE TO PANAMA EXPOSITION. (New York Sun.) Two boys, one just 19 and tho other only JO; Impelled by a dosiro to attend the I'.iiuimn tfxpindtlon, left tho city hull to walk across the continent. They plan to oaru their way as they go, and when thoy started they only lind tho money they got from selling "Storm Toj(lcd Dreams," a twenty-page pane pli let of poems written by ono of them. " SAVES DAUGHTER " Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre vents Daughter's Untimely End. Ready, Ky. " I was not able lo do anything for nearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratchcr, of this place, "and was down in bed for three mouths. 1 cannot tell you how 1 suffered with my head, and with nervousness and womanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had to give it up. We tried another doctor, but he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me fo take Cardui, the woman's t...

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. — 27 July 1914

M-. 5 V- Wl- IV ',r f- ' .'f-. IW' C"i : fl .-' ".''' " " """ '-'" '-'" mi"nmmm ' i i'i -- - .-.uv-r.---. " '( j1-1-'1-"'"," ,. " - , ,th '.Wiinf- -w wiwyirT ''L' '," .. " ; ."- ," '; . ".'!.", "!'"!' '.L ! ., . ',. ,,.,"." ,,,,,, ,,,r J'lir'ilf II"! "1 .V y?JWA HS jSSSS " i " Y T tt itlfc 5vl 5 Dy JEAN 8HEAR i $' "A & !""'"" -' ''-iSy , """VF 1--1 """"W Hd-'' a B j" il ":-vm - j 't" " H'sSS llllll N V I 11 B II , 1 I Ih If' I V B SX "What made you ask me to marry AKffl ") l-'ff?Z " PllIlli ' w ) V--i. JL JAmA. HUll 1X-4. I B-!aA rg- '1 yu7' lnulroi " bride, as ono aBka .gyM . - uT Jjgi cztgsT t-'P yW:J 7f r i-v- w TT Tk TY. """A. j il J Mim JfJf- "Why," tho brido'B husband paused. " ' f r hVWIWflLr .& ySr. I C TftOrOTp KTT IVl Ofl T rVh ft IIT Jlfflfc JffllNgm1 "I guess it was because you wero y VlTN l". i COPYMGffKfP CY GORctiAHi WCU7CfO : CXMCft M2 3Y PODD,tfJ:?D S COMPANY lJrl jPS&J if CHAPTER XX. Continued. "I thought perhaps ho had written you about his plans." "My...

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. — 27 July 1914

Tmmm lJiKJC.a.rv , v, , "itZr jmusrw v i B, t. u ,' J: ,M-v J& A' iiA" ifi IV 'f l f W. tf "Sp fiOULD NOT MB ON FEET Mra. Balcer So Weak Could Not Do Her Work Found Relief In Novel Way. Adrian, Mich. "I suffered terribly with female weakness and backache and irot so weak that I' could hardly do my work. When I washed my dishes I had to sit down and when I would sweep the floor I would get bo weak that I would have to get a drink every few minutes, and before I did my dustinglwould havo to lio down. I got go poorly that my folks thought I wa going into consumption. Ono day I found a piece of paper blowing around the yard nnd I picked it up and read it It said ' Saved from the Grave, ' and told what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound has done for women. I showed it to my husband and he said, Why don't you try it ? ' So I did, and after I had taken two bottles I felt better and I said to my husband, 'I don't need any more,' and he said 'You had better take it a littlo longer an...

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. — 27 July 1914

K lllllll ! m ii imm im I WWIIIIHI H'M "WWWMW KM ' ifHMHHMBHMffiHHHHHHn S JLaTZ JL JLi flHH HaHfl HhHHbHKH HbHIHhJHHB BHHHHHHHBhB BBPEsHHHB BHH HaBBBmBBfl M M n t,j - m m Todav is the last day to sec housekeeping done electrically. Come out and let us show you how the KILO WATTS do the work. On Monday we move all elegtric apparatus from the Electric Cottage to the ELECTRIC SHOP where it may be bought at regular prices. That we may be spared the expense and trouble of moving this equipment a special opportunity will be afforded all visitors at the cottage today to purchase H their apparatus at greatly reduced prices. This apparatus includes Fans, Irons, Toasters, Coffee Percolators, Stoves, Washing and Ironing Machines, Vacuum Cleaners, Sewing Machine Motors; Haif! TWnr.q Vihrn.f.nrs. (iiirliner Trons. Etc.. Etc.. Etc. A 'J w,w) . - -j InijMiP IsL -A. EVERY SUIT REDUCED IN PRICE $25.00 SUITS NOW $18.75 $22.00 SUITS NOW $16.50 $20.00 SUITS NOW $15.00 $18.00 SUITS NOW $12.50 $15.00 SUI...

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. — 28 July 1914

:.W3 7j ' ?" M: 33SGS25S! ihiiiii uiiimiwaqwi 'ffi'?g!"' J 7i..jBr" ma - I Cream Fragsgse PUBLIC LEDGER Something new, ot fruits ot any kind, one todav Can be used on Setio Sells for lOc. Order m m m , J:. W , ufl . ','? '. wff.yysw'ii'fi-'-r-T- ii i.iMiij'!-7'Bgg " l l i ii i linn mljllllilll iwmiiiiiii III liMmMiniiii ii iiiiim ii i ill l,il i III ' l7llffli I ... i ,'ii. .jllliiwrt rfTFi itrW i .1 if r r. 11111'' tt VVHLiO LKlHtKU-USt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY, 28, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $V.f Try your luck at tlio Oem tonight. KICKED BY A HORSE. Good Morning I Well, hero wo are, back on tlio job, iWo're free from pains ami aches; We saw somo fish, ami yet some slob Sa'id all we saw was snakes. Luke McLuko. Yesterday at Flemingsburg Al Blge low of Vnnceburg, wns kicked by I horse twice in the small of the back. He was brought here for medical treat ment and sent on to his home, lie viill bo laid up for some time. Wall paper, ruga and paint at HEN-DRIOKSON'S. DEATH OF JO...

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. — 28 July 1914

fx TJ Ju 1.- 1 s v Vtf? a. c w r& m-' ,- T r. , n U&X-..m , PUBLICfiSLEDGER pitl A. P. OUBRAN, Editor and Publisher, Tolopliono No. 40. .Entered nt tho Maysville, Ky., Post Ollleo ns sccoiid-elnsa Mall Matter. m- AVlmt do we euro? Luko Mc Luke is liaclc on the job. " vpimaiilimi AVilsmi slmillil mill. kicking Congress around. The psychological pay envelope isn't legal tender in tho Unitci States. A man's pathway in life isn't strewn with roses when he realizes that he hasn't a cent. ' The duicket way to stop the eru oifixion of business, which has made millions idle, is to defeat Dniiinfirntio. CouimiSHiiicii. In Ohio we have 19 of them. Waver ly (0.) News. Exports of gold will continue so long as we import more merchan dise than we export. The deercase in exportations is the most omin ous evidence of the failure of the "competitive Tariff." Philadel phia Public Ledger. FINE FOR THE GREAT AMERICAN HOG The American hog is getting a larco share of the :0,000.()0l) wheat crop, ...

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. — 28 July 1914

-. w.t V fra '- rv . , , ' V - if i V :i 6 .- Y il 'V t pi mil-. ,-- . ! ms, MkftJ'&N - V MM.H.n.nirJ .i. i'i.iii ,,, m,., , .,...'.. .... hi iuu 9 j The Mofleni Sport I cannot Tide the summer cloud WhlJh drifts ncross tho sky, But I can own an neroplnnu And laugh as I go by. rcaiiuot rldo tho gay gazelle i Its gait might makd ino sick But I can own a motor car, And distance tho Old Nick i' I cnniict'rldb' Lovldthun, Ilo' fllljipury and grim, ' But I can own n submarine, And havo a chat with him A You can nttt attract the Attention of "tho people by playing th piano well, Jiut you can do it by getting out in the middle of the street ard pounding u tin pan. HUSBAND THIRSTED - When Wifoy Put Pound of Camphor in Each of Ton Jugs of ' Liquor. A prominent woman' of ITuntlngton "put ono over" on her husband recent ly when a wagon drove up"l6hor door with ton gallons of flno whisky. She told tho driver it couldn't bo possiblo that tho whisky was for them, but ho declared it was and ins...

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. — 28 July 1914

'-I vx Ifl 1 ri ?' u W ' '-, v Lv. T - X' jl ' r r-f i t " i I " Wfr &' t ;, f v; r. J 1 1 w r 4 S5N r & fc" e VERY SUIT REDUCED IN PRICE $25.00 $22.00 $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS NOW $18.75 NOW $16.50 NOW $15.00 NOW $12.50 NOW $10.50 NOW $ 8.75 NOW $ 7.50 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. GEM CHAMPIONSHIP Target Tournament; Twolfth Annual Event of the Kentucky Trap Shoot ors Loaguo Association to be Held ill This City Wednes day and Thursday July 20th and 30th 'Promptly at 0 o'clock on the morn" ing of July 2!th the first gun will bo fired that will start on its joyous jour ney the 12th Annual Target Tourna ment of the Kentucky Trap Shooters League, which is the largest trap shout ing event to bo staged in Kentucky during tho your. This Tournament in cludes tho most important events in the year's prognm of trap -ho.iting in tho State, such as the Kentucky Stute Championship, the Inteistnt''s Ama teur Sta...

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. — 29 July 1914

I MWKBH!!ilS..!l..l.ll.l!SSr."J. 'K -yi u- l"'"'.fl . .-?.ui.ylmv.JiJlJ!i.l. ,m.w mi. .--m-'r.', ,,ji-w.' . .wjagl-i..1:, ,l"iLii""Biiii(.iii hpmi i -m i yj 'jj ' ijiww ... ,..,.4 ,. w,,,,,,...,.,.! ,.,, , 4 aaiMflMSflHMMiaftafllHMHHHHBHBaHHHIIMa Frappe I Something new. or fruits of any hind, one today. Can he used on ielio S Sells for 10c. Order ;' DINGER BROS., tSfil MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. BBDIBMBMBBIBMBWMaBBWWWWWMWIK Nf T ... - " tytttvi- flHOnH t nnnnn ' I Cream &, rujjjjib sffiyE JuiiJ-iuj2j.ti B' f ' f CV' rV 'i :-- y V"tei,! m .is. ?i t ' - i Tho Strenuous Ono. All fumo ami fret ami bustlo, . We find tho sumnicr fool, I Who thinks ho litis to hustle, ' In onlor to keep cool. Judge. 4 Wall paper, ruga and paiut at HEN ?drickson's. Ill our Summer Knd Shoo Sale wo have marked many lots at less than cost. llarkley's Shoo Store. SM-M OPERATED UPON AT CINCINNATI HOSPITAL. The many friends of Miss Marie H. I ltuins of this city will be ...

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. — 29 July 1914

r. I'J V A .. fett t$ Whka HSR ' BBHreKt- THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1A1LT KXCKW BUNDAT, rOUnTII or JULT, TIUHKifllVIKB ANI CIinlRTUAS. 1 A. F. CURRAN, - Editor and Publisher. NO. 40. Loc.nl ni1 bong , , i yQjiitaticm Twlffhcne orrioa ruBLia lkuoih buildiku, miiviut. KT. 1 ntctnl nt the Mavtvllle. Ky.. ruitolIicejiitccoiul-cliim limit matter' SVUSVttlVi IVNsUY MAll., One Vrir . Ml Blulllli. ... Tlirrti Mnnlli .,83 00 i n .. 7 lUeUVKUKD BY VAItlllKR, Per Moil Hi I'ayah'iiTo'Voi'Uciorat enlt or Mottin. 45 Out ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANLh. frifty-eight young touchers received their life certificates at the annual graduating exercises of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Rich, mond. -5 "is " w v-. To rust or not to rust; that is the question. If we judge by the number of teachers in the normal schools and in the summer schools of State Univer sity and Meruit College, we must realize that a great number of Kentucky teachers have decided to answer the question in the negative. Rest ...

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. — 29 July 1914

fyRXB wm Ai"? V v m ,s ' '."1-: 'V-il.-O' U v JW . .., 7. V T. p ft m-- ' ! i-T it ' . OH1IW P - Ho got there Monday morning, , Flirtation was his forto. ' Twixt tliou ami Sunday 'a dawning Ho loved a wholo resort. Courier-Journal. Plvo alleged "possum hunters," sus pected of having participated in the ("shootlng up'' of the storo of the Hrior 'Coal Company, July IS, wuro arrested by ShoritV Hubert Wickliffe, of Green ville. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION IN DOVER DISTRICT Notice is hereby given thnt an elec tion will be held at tho School build ing in I'Mucutional Division No. I, Sub Division No. !2, on tho 1st day of Au gust, 1011, from ono until Jlvo o'clock p. in., upon tho question of whether or not n tax of fifteen cents shall be levied on each -1100 of taxablo property for local school purposes. By order of the County Hoard of IM ucation of Maon County. JI3SSIK O, YANCEY, Chairman. C. P. OWBNS, Secretary. WORLD'S RECORD BROKEN. (Binghnmton Cor. New York Sun.) Tho 10 lie K.ulroiid ...

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. — 29 July 1914

4V i Vdf mF" . i. mx !f.N- m SV X' 9 SI Ws iVERY SUIT REDUCED, IN PRICE $25.00 SUITS NOW $18.75 $22.00 SUITS NOW $16.50 $20.00 SUITS NOW $15.00 $18.00 SUITS NOW $12.50 $15.00 SUITS NOW $10.50 $12.50 SUITS NOW $ 8.75 $10.00 SUITS NOW $ 7.50 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Toremosl Clolhlers. GEM RIPL EY XJG-XJSTD 4 TO 7 PLENTY OF CARS ON C. & 0. RAILWAY. GET READY TO GO. BIG TIME. fM$Ml &Z&JZ5G& Miss Anna Prank is visiting with frymtls in Lexington. Constable .lames McN'aniara has re turned from Martinsville, I ml. Mrs. C. K. Crawford of Leetsdnle, I'a., is visiting her father, Mr. C. A. Wilson and brothers. Miss Kinma Heboid has returned from Richmond, Ky., where she attended summer Xormul M'hool. Mr. .lames .lauuaiy left yesteriluy aft ernoon for a two weeks' visit with rel ntlvos iu Flomingsburg. M and Mrs. Mike Donovan and son, of Muysvillo, aro guests of Mr. Mark Donovan. Winche.stor Sua. ' Judge W. II. Rico returned home yes terdny from Martinsville, Ind., w...

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. — 30 July 1914

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Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 July 1914

M -.i "-R . -. f V vr ", n,jL, ' I .HtWiH','.i' t - m i - . i '" t it -. Mi p. .i iin T" ' " IH.IW .Mil Hi 1 i ,." m BV lIS 3 H a . B .:, IP - j-fT & w ) W l-s iv THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAIll XCir lUMDAT, 70URTH 0 JOLT, TBAM88lTINe and cnnirrxii. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. ocilndLoi Mn A I orrwi-roauo MMin BniwiMa "OIHtnoaTtlDphonn U U. wjlt.tillk. kt. ttntcrcrt Bt the Mnyavllle. Ky.. Poitofficc on nceonil-cUm mall matter' 8UBavuir'iiuNx-ii y MAIL, ftiic Yeitr Mia MuuUia- . Tlftrre Miuillia.. ...N.. ...8 00 ... I oo ... 7B DKLlVKKJtD BY 0ARH1KK, Per Month ..aa ohm anln....MM. .............. . iYiyofllto uoiUcior at end or Monln, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADP'ANCh. Only two more days until the Primary. It's Fields against the field and they will have to do some humping to beat the Carter candidate. Reports from over tho State indicate that Beck ham and Ernst will both win in the Senatorial races hands down. . -' Now wheat will do a little aviating. A jump of ,10 cents a bushe...

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