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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 July 1914

& vw.i ' ' .' v M ' " J I 4PH - . ' ' ?IW ULp ill' ifex 1? . r3iS!4!lw I'VTwjnrnnrfti-L-. ft I When Vpn I I Then laiJmkl, I" l ''- FL L You're hot You're tired You're thirsty Work is hard The hours long Step to the nearest foun tain and say jfgffis The first sip will put you back on the right track and by trie time you have eagerly drained the last drop you'll be looking at the world from a new view-point. You'll be cooled, refreshed, stimu lated. You'll go back to your work with new vim and new vigor. Try It Here. There. Everywhere. ' M IbuntsR? or Bottled Sniil Nod to Tom, " Tis ohonp to wcil, l'or two arc out', whun people marry." "1 ktiow, " said Tom; "hut look here, Ned, Tliero niny bo ono or more to oarryl " Boston Record. T BRILLIANT, STARTLING, BEAUTIFUL, SENSATIONAL HIPPODROME SHOW 3 MAN TEACHER ONLY In Fifteen Years Says Children Should Work Out of Doors. THESE GOOD OKhLBRS SELL PARPAY CHENOWETH DRUG CO. MARTIN & HALL. TRAXEL'S. MUSES MILLS 'JSquiro J. H. Mum' is i...

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. — 30 July 1914

' tf V ''" , H Wi ( j M v m V li ft ?. 'bf S.i V. ' k. -i n .!' &r ';. .( ' n f: 1. H ;'7 v ) V 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 SUITS NOW $10.50 $12.50 SUITS NOW $ 8.75 $10.00 SUITS NOW $ 7.50 Geo. H. Frank & Co Mavuville's Fore most Clnfhim. GEM JlX-O V"- 'J Vf"" Mrs. Julius Tederiuan of Cincinnati is' visiting at the home of Hon. .1. N. .Kchoe. 'Mr. and Mrs. .lo-.se L. Boswoll of Huntington, W. Vn., uro guests of his parents in Aberdeen. 4 Miss Mary Oilinore of l'ichmoml, Vn.. is the pleasant guest of Miss Hlnnoho O'Keefo of Market street. Mr. Waltor F. Dinger returned last , night from a trip through tlio Lake States and southern Canada, RIjss Almedia Huff will leave this aft orivbon to attend Haggles Campmeeting -aiid will be the guest of -Miss Mariliel pinions. Iov. Father Joseph O'Dwyor, assist- && o MJk 7-' .i .. .. i ... ..,.. ..e ut 1). ...!.. l. .. ..i 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. — 31 July 1914

m I C team Frappe S"i PUBLIC LEDGER M M Something new. Can be used on Bella Sells for lOc, Order or fruits ot any kind, one today. DINGER BROS., SfO BlllilllBliMWBaMHBHWBBBBBBMtgaa)taffiB MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. kt HI- w - m A & rc . T. IP 0 v . &. K ?' $vf A carpet Knight was ho Heforo lie wed; lie is a door, mat now, So it Is said. Cool and delightful weather. A host of bargains in tho Silk Section. $1.00 Silks 50e. Pretty GOc materials 25c. Hunts. fiegiiiiiing on Oct. 1, 1100 churches hi 400 cities in the United States will bo supplied with a weekly five-film mov ing picture service. Mrs. William Crawford and daughter, Miss Adaline, left Tuesday for Mays villo and the latter will go thence to Manchester, Ohio, to visit her brother. .lohn 13 Chenault, of Maysville, was hero Monday and Tuesday. James January is here from Maysville to visit relatives. Flemiiigsburg Times-Democrat. BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, DRIVING Too many of them B Must be t...

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. — 31 July 1914

rvw f " . i IH. t i m at' 'U c. -Vi 4 E. mm BbBbEl fife THE PUBLIC LEDGER IU1LT XCW BUNUAT, FOURTH OF JULY, IUNKUIT1N8 AMI onmtTHin. . A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Local and Long Olstanca T lepbnne No. 40. orrioi ruBMO LRUoin buiuhmo, MATIV1M.I, KT. Ifntwd nt the MmmIII KVojiloflice a aceoml-clam mail matter aUUaOUtVllUNaUYUAlL. n oo , i no 7 Onr Ynir ........... NIk muntlia. . Ilir.c Jlmlltil " UtuLlVkUKl) li OAHIUKH, rr Month.... ......... .- .......& CenU j-ayatiie to Vulltclur at tnl of Jtontn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH JN ADVANCE. h. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Congressmen. First District Kdw lit Farley, Paducah. ' Second District Alviu II. Clark, HopUisville. Third District.!. Frank Taylor, Glasgow. Fourtlt District W. Sherman Ball)' Hardinsburg, V., Proctor, Leitchfleld; Lindsay Morrisou, West Point. Fifth District Hoy Wilhoit, Louisville. vntiMi niatrlct Luciiin 13uckncr. Winchester: L. Bristow, Georgetown. Eighth District James P. Spillinan, Harrodsburg. Ninth District II. G...

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. — 31 July 1914

W - r f nw vtc 'fS1 V . ,n'f ! fill wj, f J iJ . .. I ' k.. y P m Lv- U- 5tf "&' . i i Swymm W Not Particular. That Juno's tho month for weddlngJ Ts known to all, of course,, lint almost any mouth will do For getting a divorce. our Summer End Shoo Sale wo lffivo marked many lots at less than iftst. Uarkloy's Shoo Store. 2 Mil 4TI10 Washington Oovernmoiit contin ued it efforts to draw together the var inns faction in Mexico. m CONGRESSIONAL RACE I 'Engineer's Estimate Puts Fields Forty Miles in the Lead For Democratic Persimmon w Following Is the Inquirer's estimate of the ote for tlio Democratic nom ination for Congressman at the next Satin day's Primary election: ' Counties Pieldrt Haney Young Haley l'err. Hath . 700 liW :r 'jr, t:i lloyil 1,000 S!0I Uurtor 000 "i" "ill 1100 .r0 Jlliott i t fiOO 100 oO 50 Fleming 1,200 . .'() .".0 M Greenup '....' -100 1"0 100 100 -0 Hnrri.son I.SOO 100 100 100 iJiiwreiH'o .' .r)00 100 ItOO l.'O 100 Lewis SOU ."" .'0 .'0 !".-. Mason 700 :i00 20...

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. — 31 July 1914

v m ti w L y K P'iav" It DURING THE 0AY8 THAT THIS GREAT MID-SEASON MARK-DOWN SALE ha been In proRren we're set a new record In expanding the buying power of a dollar For the slgnlfuniicc of the pricea we'e been quot- k lug lies not merely in the fact that they are Jlow, but that they are quoted on prevent season ' Ktippenheimer clothes merchandise whose value Is standard the world round. No one's bankrupt stock, nothing from a real or imaginary fire flood or tornado, no million dollar purchase from some poor manufacturer who, pushed to the wall throws up his hsnds and sella at 23 cents on the dollar. Uvery suit offered In this tremendous clear ance is guaranteed to be a 1UH summer-production from the House of Kuppenheiiner, and purchased for our regular stock In the regular war. $35 including a specially fine showing of Tartan plaids in Greenock, Cadylous, Cinln- nicmi niiUKeiKiric patterns, tailored iy penhclmer In June 11)14 styles, now SIH.T5. Selkirk patterns, tailored by Kup- ...

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. — 1 August 1914

r m 1'n7 u, "41 V v - v V t -. -U. iyy" ' .Ate ) TE'rari 532 -!"'-'t'J:''-'"'''"'T-i'"" 'iw.tfjcw'wvy's1'?'w MMWIimKliaHHIIMIIIlilRIHHHHHllMWiHlHmNi m ta H I Cream Frappe PUBLIC LEDGER M Something new, or fruits of any kind, one today. Can he used on Mello Selis for 10c, Order "it, S DINGER BROS., .MSffS? WtAAt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912. ONE COPY ONE CENT. v HLi' rVHLW JjEIOKBU9 r 1 r ilMr?TT&'t"',ft,,'t'i7 'rffi" ':"""" -"T,ri,ni-":gr"it'-'l'r i , tf . Xc ' m r i?. if" EA V- i ivt i"7l f f:' 1 .f IwJw-- Oh, Scissors I ''I spoko before tlio suffragettes," Said Oscar James Do Leech, ."Ami, oh, I felt so girlish, for Jt was my maiden siicechl" Many pretty models in 25c Corsot Coveis Jlc Sizo 111. Hunt's. TWO INJURED When S'.reot Car Jumped lhe Track Late Yesterday After noon in East Second Street Mrs. Addie Hill and Mr. A. L Merz Badly Hurt But Will Recover Yesterday afternoon about 5:4j o'clock a very serious accident happen ed to car Xo. U7, of the Maysvillo ...

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. — 1 August 1914

PW.U 3 l A rr v'"Nrfc.,r M9 fflRvi tlRvVt flllTnvlttyV4Mn'l 4. n. ij-jiJtiJXimXfJifjtmu)JaetliVK!m ' z.-a.'i'mjm tlt. wvw jr tmvwikn?xrT yausu 151 s A few1 w ', r k H "v. ik' : V t- p K, . I 4.i u. o H, W CHAPTER XXI. Continued. V "1 did not boo tho register at tho Inn. I did not know till afterwards that wo wore not booked. Once up stairs, I refused to removo my hat or 'my voll or my coat until ho brought his friond to mo. Ho prctondod to bo vory angry over his friend's failure to bo thoro beforehand, no ho had - promlsod. Ho ordored a supper served In tho room. I did not eat any thing. Somehow I was beginning to understand, vaguely of course, but surely and blttorly, Mr. Wrandall. Suddonly ho throw off the mask. "Ho jcoolly informod mo that ho know the kind of a girl I was. I had boon on tho stngo. Ho said It was no i uso trying 10 worn tno marnago gamu on him. Ho was too old a Dim ana too wise to fall for that. Thoso were his words. I was horrified, stunned. "When I began to cry ...

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. — 1 August 1914

WWiT&. ri- vr 5t r? gte ''. j ?? br &v j ' ;f. . v ' M jyr; Nkknimti cncoursf 0 I&tSKw&i Bfll AE?'' ' sabrtllutlon. PifS ns The Coca-Cola The First Speaker. The first speaker of the house of representatives of the United States was Frederick A. Muhlenberg of Penn sylvania, who was born in Trappo, Pa., In 17G0, and died in Lancaster, Pa., in 1801. Muhlenberg was succeeded by Jonathan Trumbull of Connecticut, but was returned to the speaker's chair in the third congress. Among his famous successors was Henry Clay, who wus speaker of six con gresses; James K. Polk, Robert C. Wlnthrop, Schuyler Colfax, James G. Blaine, John 0. Carlisle, Thomas B. Reed, David B. Henderson, Joseph G. Cnnnon and Champ Clnrk. Only ono speaker of the house James K. Polk has ever reached the Whito Houso, defeating Henry Clay, ex-speaker. Torn own nncooisT tcit.i. Trcr.r. von ury Murtnu Kjo HetuiKly fur lli-d. Weak, Wiitery JEjra unci (Iran ul nt1 KjiilIdH: No Smarting Juit Kyo Comfort. Wrlln 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. — 1 August 1914

V " " -. . . A...k..i: l. .J. -..: . jl . JtJ. - - ,... .- - ii m i atis. iTnfc i li ffMJrhtitilwtiM"''1lliB11 flMasdl sgjfllfcWt'iWrtrMs1isfis1rlljtslsjMJftiftrtf,sUlHJK sn infftWfVU3sMsi4TlMswwh?lslsiHMf MssBsnffsliXs'HsMKsg IBaMMmlwHJiiJBitmiHirfflBtfilrliWASSi JfaBiMlH rMaisMsiir J l -ffctfcf Tr'BiMfcMiM n n i inilnwi m1hia fi n i i "J ft i'" t-J zsmmmnmiJU&mMAiiww,'iMumm&ww m niniAAktiM AMnirii 1 ' -!". ' -11.11 ,',.. f ,:.';, ', , . m THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAILY IXCirf 1UMDAT, TODHTH Of JOLT, THAMKCBIYIHS AND OnRISTSUB. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. -,t.ool and bono: DlsUnoe Telephone No. 40. orrioi rttnuo lcdsih boimjino, MATITILLZ, KT. Butered at the Maymllle, Ky . l'ostofficc n gceoml-cUs. mnll matter aVBHVUiniOlib-BY MAIL. One Yr.......... Nix Months. . Tlit-ciinMliia. ,.ea 00 .. 1 BU 7 VKLlVJiUJlD BY OAlUUJttt, Per month. ..as Cents) ib. ttHTV'tji VlsthAnm tit ami Af klfHLtH- I uyw.m .v uviiiwi - j -..--. .ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. . htt L. EEPUBLIOAN T...

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. — 1 August 1914

IV f ' TvM V 5 V I JT y MWIW W I I I' l I to 3? uHnr Jfe' ft" tift 'J ORB WALLACE IIUVIN MBaf wrltcrntul lyricist BHEp? ' "Tuxedo is always welcome. A nHSi pleasant smoke, a menial bracer lM' Irli'nl Inhnrm." Zrs JL WA,TfTtrZ GEORGE E. PHILLIPS Mayor of Covlneton, Kentucky "A good pipe, and Tuxedo to fill it, and I'm satisfied. The tobacco in the little green tin has no rival as far as I am concerned. " Who Has a Match? In tho front room two lovers vowed, And kept tho lamp iu doubt; Tlio lamp soon saw three was a erovvd, And o the lamp went out. Luke. Twenty pavaonyers were injured Wednesday afternoon when a train w. derailed near Wichita KiiIIh, Tex. An injunction has been granted by tho Federal Court in a suit recently brought in 'West Virginia to test the "Mue Sky" law of that State. Bills to reinstate Capts. .lohn IT. flib bons and Frank K. Hill, of the navy, re cently retired by the " plucking board" wcro favorably voted on by a House committee. Louisville is to get $1,:D0,00I)...

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. — 1 August 1914

Hut '1 .jiiii.,')iii,tliiiiiLMnAifmiiiitcijapii'l')l'l''"""'''Al If'' IMi a i. .DURINd THE DAYS THAT THIS GREAT Mia-SEASON MARK-DOWN SALE ha been In proRrc we e net o new record in expanding llie buying power of a dollar I'or the HlKiiirii'unce of the jiners we've been quot ing lies not merely in the fm.1 that they nrc low, but that they are quoted tin present season Kuppenheimer clothes merchmuliie who value Is sUmliird the world round. No one's bankrupt stock, nothing from n real or imaginary file. Hood or tornado, no million dollar purchase from some poor manufacturer who, pushed tq the wall throws up his hands tul sells at IB trills on the uolhtr. ' lery suit offered In this tremendous clear ance is guaranteed to be n 191 1 summer produc tion from the House of Kupeuheimer, and purchased for our regular stock in the regular war. 2o Suits including n specially fine showing .r-... ..l.i.l. i.. .-..... ...ni. t .l..lrt... r..l. of Tartan ntalds in Greenock, Cadylous, Raln- shleuis n...

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. — 3 August 1914

V: ' .! v J ' ' J - M . r? ,. I",' ?!. iflfe SBKSCStSE as: 3S SEE U.'J iw JJUMr'mjiil ''J!I ;-fritir i i .' mm - OT - J4 'isy milRIRllHIIRIIIimiSIIHIIIRIIBIMHilBWHI I Cream Frappel t','' A . PUBLIC LEDGER &.- Something new. or fruits of. any hind, one today Can bo used on Beilo Sells for 10 c. Order wi; 2i wOi-, F IKS & ' st'i i& ' C 1 ' f.k VJ t& r f- ,j " Nfe t-t j r rrm.;n i.KPaKB-tnt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY. AUGUST 3, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. .f Suvcnth . . 8,8!!!' 7,021 2,!Sl Kightli . .. '"..SHO 3,205 11,118 Nintl B.IMS 4,145 1,077 Tontli .... 2,128 UK! 1,210 Eleventh .. 3.000 1,112 4fi:t Smith's typist wore tlui.se lacy waists Ami skirts like giiaze but Uglier I said to Smith: "I see you have A visible typewriter. BECKHAM WINS Senatorial Nomina ion By Safe Vote Over S anley McCreary N it In It Former Governor A. f. Willson Ap pears To Be In Lead For Re publican Nomination Totals 00,215 57,(128 17,250 Following is the total vote of Mason county for Senntor ...

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. — 3 August 1914

Ti .v ,y K' '4 W 41 B ,'-' kfc Ef-v A A i' ri a p Uh. m Vli. illMn tIIW Hi 3Tr 2C Mll JIIJ1. THE PUBLIC LEDGER iiailt sxgsrr iundit, rounra of jol?, THAHKiolTiwa and cnautMn. A. P. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher No. 40. Loo) and louic aiiUnoc Tf leiihonn orrioi rOBLio lkdoih buildinu, MATITILLI. KT. loitered nt the MnvnvlUc. Ky.. roitoflice n second-clung mall matter' aUUHVKlVHONa-UV MAlu. One Yfr. ..... Mix Huntlia .- ,.a ou .. i no 7I MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS IN HARDIN. Hnrdin County is in the midst of n great educn tionnl revival. A week's campaign, with speaking in every school house, has been wngetl, and Moon light .Schools are to ho opened soon, fifty teachers having volunteered to teach them, following an eloquent address and appeal by Mr. Harry A. Som mers. The Hardin County Board of Education has the distinction of being the first in the State to offer u prize to the teacher who teaches the largest number of illiterates. The Woman's Club of Klizu bothtown offers the same amount for ...

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. — 3 August 1914

3 Ra 3 "?-T te- ;. 'A ftWV;YA'rMV ' r"mT VW t-w---j f4 Motorcyclists nil remind us "Wo cnn rlilo o'er hills and dolls, And, departing, leave behind ns Forty-povon kinds of smolls. Times-Star. Lawn and llnxon Toe and $t Blouses 39o. Voilo and flagon $1.2J, $l.i0. Blouses COc. Hunt's. DO IT NOW Maysvillo Poople Should Not Wait Until It Is Too Late. The apjmlliiig dontlt-rato from kidney disease is duo largely to the fact that tho littlo kidney troubles uro usually noglectod until tliuy becomo serious. Tho slight symptoms often givo place to chronic disorders aMd tho uulVcror may slip gradually .into sumo serious form of kidney complaint. If you suller from backache, head aches, disty spells; if tho kidney se cretions aro irregular of passage and un natural in appearance, do not delay. Help tho kidneys at once. Dunn's Kidney l'ills are especially for kid'jey disorders they act where others fail. Over 0110 hundred thoimud people have lecomiueuded them. Here's a caso at home: Mrs. S. Nca...

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. — 3 August 1914
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. — 3 August 1914

Pi r, arc KPfMBBajiaiaisawtojBSiJBiii . , i . -i , .,m ,.i iyr . i lUimn iin-,-fr)rr in i P r,' rn' E hs r-o : f? hS &' T BT Jfc JHhL nfiif U PANDALLPAERISH MKPV -'. YT -r l-TrV.tTr-v t- - . 1LJL-U3 1 KU LD ,6k JL. cJ. JLAVIN "Do you know mo t t t B.' CHAPTER XX Continued. It was nil over with bo quickly I could scarcely realize what had actual ly occurred. Then I laughod and swore, ray norvea dancing llko bo many do mons. They were gono gonol Thoeo morclloss red devils, thoBe accursed mtrrdorors, thoso flonds In humnn gulso. Nor was It likely they would stop In thoir mad night until they dropped from sheer exhaustion, or tho dawn of another day brought with It Xrooh courage And thoso others, 'who wero yet thnrc Brady, tied still to tho stake, , tho flames already licking tho fagots at his feet, and madomolsello praying to tho Virgin what would thoy think? Would they know, understand, what lad really occurred, or had tho terrible epectaclo left thorn also In benumbed terror? Tho...

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. — 3 August 1914

.n r5 10 YOU SAVE MONEY EVERY TIME YOU CAN? 'If you do now is your op portunity while the special price sale is being made for a few days on New Suits. $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 $5 00 Panama Hats $3 50 Jeo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvllle's Fnrrmnsf Clothim GEN Prof. C, S. Dale and daughter, Wea, left this morning for a visit to Qibson City, III., where he will spend a month with his mother, Mrs. Dale and O. S. Jr., will leave today for Petersville, Ky., whero .they will enjoy a month's Vj Visit with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth M, Lurk in. YUM I YUM I YUM! Tho first wagon load of home grown watermelons from Charleston Bottom t vero uruugnt in tins morning uy .incK O aicXutt nnd sold to J. C. Cablish & Bro. Thoy are simply de-licious. It is said -the watermelon crop this season is the , best hi many yea is, as too much rain in jures tho vines. THE JAP-ENOLAND ALLIANCE Tho existing treaty of a...

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. — 4 August 1914

SMMHBfflfafafjHBfafafafHBfaf & IMHk lSfS?ifi j T. .t , ! I I. .'.,., . ,. ... . "UIJJJ.i. Mii ' "' " ' ' " " - - "i-'J-""" - "l-,'"11"1-' JJ-"-l'l-..l. , 1 "- I I I. ..I . . y .. :W - i-f - t? - u"iwir : ' ' mRMHHMMNMiaiflMBHMBllBlfHaBMHBia0r f Cream Frappel m Something new. Can be used on Bcllo m jj or fruits of any kind. Sella for lOc. Order J owe today. m DINGER BROS., S2- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllVMKNMi.i.Mrfin wt, ' ' t tK. "V.v-.r.nrDlln5J -...-. 1BT f "Mfr '"CA Hi4:. LEDGER Jr LI JjLIL ; i . .. - h !' fc ? W2 .W. PVVLW LKIWlKlt-im MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST i, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $L.i Good Dope. f you'd succeed and gain much pelf, Take this advice, my brothers; Try to put moro faith in yourself, And not so much in others. CITY COUNCIL Besides Routine Business Mayer , ' Lee Sounds Another Note of Warning Concerning Extravagance The City Council met In regular ses siou lust night at the Council Chamber, Mayor Lee in the chair, and nil mem bers present except ...

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. — 4 August 1914

wt V a ' i.i it. 3? '' '' t r ' ft I If rc -THE PUBLIC LEDGER IUILT-MOaM SUNUAY. TOURTII Of t.T, TUAMM01V1HO ami mniTi. ) H A. P. fillRRAN. Editor and Publisher, ' i No. 40. tioottind Loot 9latno Telephone orrioi roBLio Lioein buildino, KATKT1LM. KT. Huttrnl M the MwvHlc. Ky-. rotomcegiicconl-cliiit mall intlttr' T J- aiutavuiPt iuns-tt y uaiu. One Yr.,.., ., . Mix Jlolllll... ...... ....,, TUr' "" ... 1 OU ... 7 ukliyhrku ity vaujujcb, I'er Mouth "Syoai?o'(iWgor'ot 7n5 o""if u'n'tfl .110 Cents 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. r : AND WHAT WILL BE THE FATE OF "DER-KAISER?" - For forty years Clenniuiy lias kopt the peace. ' For iorty years the weight and prestige of her arimiuicnts : the solidarity of her people; the splendor cf her civilization; tin popularity of her success: the ainazement at a growth, lusty, virile, intelligent, educated, have held Europe in check, and, plainly speaking, in terror. When the' young Kaiser, came to the throne wisv? men shook their heads. . .i. n! ...

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