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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 4 August 1914

L I y -W ! Hi" LV n to?. A . . k J" L Rtf 4, f ( L jja'.l - '-- '- -' --- ---T .--:- ' TOST . T1IE Hlan 00Bl; 0F WAB i rl - F A' U 'ifJfl Thoro nro n whole lot of nnrrowinlnd oil inun in tliis world who nro wonting No. 8 lmK BLUE GRASS FAIR RACES At 'Hluo Orn8 Fair, Lexington, An gust ;i, thoio will lo three rneos, the first for iniililoti two yenr-olds, five fur longn, purse fli'O.Ollj soeond race, fot tlireo-yenr olds ami upwind, six fur longs, purse $1(10,00; third race, for three-year-olds "niid upuitrd, 0110 and one-sixteenth inili'x, hi mo U00.O0. Thete will also lu tluee races August -t aim three races Augiut 3. Purses same as flrt day. Good crowds will attend this 1 fair froih Masille. Don't miss it, if you want to see a fair Hint in flrst-elnss vfrom start to finish. 'S-,JW..i- -' '.: : . mh dMnipiWWAi ' iww JULY BEST Jfuro 1 what the various nations now involved In tho Austro-Sorvln muddle t owe the bunkors: National Debt Interest Austria . ' Hungary. .$3,018,389,000 $1 U,...

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. — 4 August 1914

.- W iff? P 1 , t?w -, 'IV ;V &.' VA 1 ft "W 1 skV ft ' t. i. PSfT SI rm "WflT DO 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 $f5.00 Suits Now $10.50 $12.50 Suits Now $ 8.75 $10.00 Suits Now $ 7.50 $5 00 Panama Hats $3 50 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavwille's Pore most Clnlhlf rs. GEM LETTER FROM RUGGLES Gamp Grounds Is Full of Inter est and Shows Meeting a Great Success Yesterday Was the Closing Day and Thousands Thronged tho Grove Rugglos Campgrounds, duly 111, 11)11. Education was discussed this morn ing in a very able address by Rev. E. R. O vei ley who is here representing Union College. Campers at Buggies are al ways gl-id to hear Brother Overley. They aro pleased nt tho rapid strides ho has made in tho ministry. All were surprised and delighted with his address this morning. As introductory to this address, Dr. Buuton, who is conne...

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. — 5 August 1914

UK 37 i a sS !..- ,n'?rimiliiiiyirri.vitfa''aTtli' . V V rpfSCvfii ffi'i'frJ'Jgsaa ihri.iiwi 2&S mSVBHiaMBMNflMHHfllNMHHMflMMHHNBKrii Cream Frappel PUBLIC LEDGER Something new. or fruits of any kind, one today. Can he used on Mcllo Sells for 10c. Order DINGER BROS., l$tS22 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1914. H ONE COPY ONE CENT. HBDIBBaiWaWWIWWwirWMnenw . ; rtJHL.o i.KiHiKR-uat IKS u K. te rn1 i&" TiSr v' J.1 llf' JUL s liSr HMnn Wrrt You Have Hoard Him. "1 luitf tluit dreadful, ,'ratiii sound," tfaid nervous Mr. dutch; "That fellow .(ones just stands around And erauks his dollar watch." Luke. TOBACCO SPITTING How a Market Street Sport Soiled a Lady's White Dress and Novcr Said Beans. As Thp Ledger reporter walked ip Sei'ond street yesterday evening he no ticod a neatly dressed lady in white nhead of him. She entered a erowd of men, nud ono of them stepped to edge' of the paement to spit. The lady pass ed on the outer edge and around him just in time to get the q...

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. — 5 August 1914

V' 1Wi'MT ",wwfj!lw - 'J- ' 1Mi ySM3Wrffr?fggW5 THE PUBLIC LEDGER IUII.T 1X01PT SOMDATi rOUllTH (J JOLT, TnANKfatVINU AN1I CHRISTMAS. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Looiland Ubuii :)litPOP Telfphonf No. 40. orrtoc rDBLiq. Lpnain boildino, MATKVILl.X. XT. Jtnterert at the Mavsvltle. Ky., I'oiitofTlce a nctotul-tloiw mall matter aunsuuwj tuxs-u y mail. nun Yeitr -. -...-! JO nix Mimllin. .... - 'J 1Uit-e.11.Milh ....... 7 VJCUVtHBD BY VAU1USR, Vtr Month. ......... ... US Cent ygyaftU to L'olltctor ot end 0 ion(. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. fcn. 5: ra ? f& l. B. LOWER TARIFF, BUT DEARER BEEF; The groat law of supply and demand still rules - the meat market. Statistics show that the number ' o cattle grown in the United State does not in crease so rapidly as the number of people to eat beef. Taking all the duty off dressed beef was hailed at Washington as a sure method of increasing our supply and reducing the price thereof. Announce ment that the price is to advance 15 ...

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. — 5 August 1914

V 'y TnWR J V !'-i F"k . p ' ' - - . " tit sr l" $ v J.'v pi & y m K . I j Of courso tlioro nrc various fashion in automobile togs, but if tho chiiuiTour is a drunkard you may suvo tinio bj wearing u tdiroud. LONDON IS JAMMED WITH YAN. KEES FLEEING FROM ZONES OF WAR. London. Not own nt the height of tho tourist soiiMiii arc tlioro moro Amor loans in London than tho present. In addition to those who are spending a holiday hero and the crowds eoniing lroin tho continent to get away from tho tiieouvenloiieo of war, there is an other contingent which nrriod todaj consisting of tourists who, aimed with passports from the American Kmbassy, started for the continent in the last few days but found it Impossible to get further than Calais, Dieppe nud other coast towns. As a consequence steamers fiom France and llelglum are crowded with what might be termed refugees. In escaping from tho dangers that now besot tho traveler abroad they huvo eueounteied a lesser danger, which however, they ...

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. — 5 August 1914

W! X w W""1 nu H X Si v L- Btf :A ih Af P RX til ; DO YOU SAVE MONEY EVERY TIME fvYOU 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 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mamtllr's poremo;f f lntbr GEM jr4TSk 1 --. kMT DlBBTOXIlAH feSto Lc Miss Pauline Bierley is visiting rela tives at Cnrr's, Lewis county. Hon. Matt Hennessey w.is up Augusta yesterday on business. from Mr. and Mrs. William Stockton left Sunday for a trip through Wet Vir ginia. Mrs. Jacob Walker and son, he-die, are home from a two weeks' visit at Lexington. Mr. John Turner left this morning after a week's visit at home with his wife, Mrs. .lohn Turner. Mrs. Walker B.iughninn and family of Cireleville, aio visiting her In other, Mr. D. W. Proctor of East Third street. w Nov. L. A. Warren, pastor of the Orangeburg Christian c...

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. — 6 August 1914

.$ 'i-- A." w ? Jit W H W ,-(.,' M H? A T ;! Xi, MMBMKIMHHIlllHHllVfiHBflllMNMHISIHIBlMI i Cream Frappe f ww ro PUBLIC o- LEDGER m u p "J. Something new. ot fruits of any hind, one today. Can ho used on lelio Sells for lOc. Order S8f E3 3 8 DINGER BROS., sS's? MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 0, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. t;it rnvL.o usnaKB-un IgaillBHHBBMHMIMMMIMIHtWHIillMI i ili That'll Bo About All of That. Tho fnt man loans iijjniust tho liouxe, Anil thus it can be soon He's fat because he oats too much, And that's what makes him lean. Luko McLuke. I know n loan shark, O, he's moan; He is a sleek old rat; On every one lie has lion, And that's what makes him fat. New Voik Mail. SHADOW OVER WHITE HOUSE Wifo of President Woodrow Wilson at Point of Death from Brlght's Disease. Washington, August 3. Mrs. Wood row Wilson, wife of tho President of tho United States, lies at the point ot death tonight. Pour months of almost unbroken ill ness, a complication of norvom ailments and Bri...

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 August 1914

ar 'rJi 'sVr & f s . !-' . It If K BV 1 1 i - s' ' ' .' & w? THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAIJ.T XOrT iUHDAT. FOURTH or JOLT, TIIANKSOIVINO AM) miMSTMAft. orric-"-ru8M0 LKOalR buildino WATHTILLI. KT. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Lcoal and Lour fin AfX OlMmcf Telepbona '" u' Entered nl the Mttynvlllt Ky.. roitolTlce aa gceotil-cln mall matter SVBSVltlP'UUNS-UY MAIL. lnt Yfr .. .... ............. .......SB JMI Nix Mlllltli.. . .. ...... I Ttirrt Month .. 71 U&UVKltKD II Y VAUIUKK, I'er Moiilli ,. ' -a liable lo Volitctor at end ot MontA ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. FIRE LOSS IS ALL LOSS. "Any insurance'" in the first question when a store or dwelling house or barn is burned. "Yes, loss fully covered," is a reply that makes the aver age man feel comfortably assured. "The com pany" stands in his mind for unlimited money and unquestionable, solvency. Perhaps the draft that pays the loss comes direct from Hartford, Newark or Philadelphia; perhaps the company is an English o'...

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 August 1914

- p rK k J.-. eife t ft:"- mmm' THESE GOOD DEALERS SELL PARFAY CHENOWETH DRUG CO. MARTIN & HALL. TRAXEL'S. Open Work. V r ;i y c 1 o s o y u r e b a s h t' u 1 in :i ii , A ii il f r o in t Ii i .s spot M n k o y u u r e f a i e oh 1 e ;i s e II II w It y it u c n n , A S n in in o r g i r 1 il r a w s n i g h Cincinnati KiKptiror. Although nnr i 1 o t h c a a r e o ut of s t y 1 e A n il unlike all t Ii e V h o it (i r a w e t Ii ti i g Ii rest, th S u in in o r g i r 1 Wo t r y to I ii o k o u r h i s t. (.!. S. I)., .Vow Orleans. r t-AJA- Pollnwiug the Interstate Coinnierce Commi.ssion 's ruling on the Kastem freight rate case the Western roads are preparing to ask for higher tariffs. The petition probably will be filed October 1st. Doctor Speaks Out to Coffee Drinkers The Boston Advertiser of June 15, 1914, quotes Dr. D. H. Kress, of Chicago in an address as saying that tea, coffee and cocoa cause more deaths than alcohol. "These table beverages are sopping the life of our n...

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 August 1914

V 4T pr !- . Jb1" k si. 4 ' 1 A tr fs' . ifr- I -Emir" ' ' ' i DO 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 $3 50 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mnvsvillr': Pnromn!t rinf hir GEM TODAY MATINEE AND NIGHT! BARGAIN PRICES 5-J l rrJrfnl!Ain i&S PtrAOttNttUR 4gS$fl& Mr. Arthur Kehoe is eiunati today. a isitor in Cin- Mr. Slierinnn Am was a business vis itor in Cin'oinnati yesterday. Mr. John W. Boyer of JNidoy is here mixing with his many friends. Mr. Thomas II. Gray of Lexington is hero looking after his tobacco interests. . Mr. and Mrs. Prank P. O'Donnell and son, .lack, lott Satuiday for St. Paul, Minn. Miss Ethel Owens left yesterday for a several weeks' sojourn at Virginia Beach. Mr. Elmer B. Oault of New York City is visiting relatives and friend...

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 August 1914

V . ?.; '&! FT r A' 4 r?' ,-, -iltf SEC 3frHj 33 -4- s: Jr, '- TTj'wa'W.'Tgggae ... f - . , r l ..-,i,rp. K9 VBBSIHaMaMHMlHmHIHIMHMHMHMIHa f Cream Frappe f LEDGER PUBLIC Something new. or fruits of any kind, one todavm Can he used on Mello Sells for 10c. Order neBB !' wUSmR tffl B L 1. v. ft' r.. WE"' A yfr C? ., " ?R- m Aft & iik m - a m m JWf iK M m UW-'-' Mi Mt - at ' s Ik HEv - hi ni . t 1 ll.. , Jb ..,..' it JKtH.Ht.inAN tmtt ?i " -1XJ PVBLW.LBDaKR-itn MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. To Dollar Hilf our Iism arc tlolTml, Ho is our oio boat hot; He'a iiitulo of jiapor suiil lip'soft, Hut lie is hiinl to tfot. -Luke. MRS. WILSON'S DEATH ward nml Margnrot Jauo Iloyt Axson. Shu was born at Savannah, (In. Iter fatlior was a I'rosbytorian minister. Sho was married to Woodrow Wit son'nt Savannah, .June "1, IKH.I. KALPH D. TOMPKINS. Crushes President and Throws Mantle of Mourning Over the Entire Nation Gentle Mistress of the Me House Passed to Her...

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 August 1914

Mmmmu,? bvAbvjgt BBw&' iBM&J'' bVkt tmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm BBBHBBBmSvc: W fv ' IL fc. bEw 11 1 1 1 1 11 flESr HiifiH 1 BEL hi si" Hi WSu Unit! 1 BP3t nlll mm mi THE PUBLIC LEDGER tUILT XCirT (OKDAY, rOUHTU or JOLT, TIUHKII01T1NU and ciiniiTMia. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. LooKlatad toot DlfUnce Telspbon No. 40. urnoi rnnLio lkdubii buildimo MjkTKVILLl. KT. Entered nt the MaynvUlc Ky 1'ottoflice nt bccoiuI-cUm mall matter aviisviavi ionh-b y mail. One Yenr. .... ......4s oo Nix Wonlli... - B TUrei tfoiiltifl ....... m...h.mm.i.w. 7ft UKUVXilKD BY CAIIIUKU, Ir Moiitli. ..-.. -... - MI'mIi Jtovabteto Volltetor at etui ot Monln - ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. THE MADNESS OF A MAD EMPEROR. Emperor William of Germuny drnzyf No hu man being bitt a madman would take the initiative and plunge the East into a war that will pauperize 300,000,000 people. Talk about Nero fiddling while Home bunicd, that was a small blaze compared With the Kaiser's horrible aet to demonstrate his ...

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 August 1914

-?. iV V? re vr", :lc V V The Winner at the Germantown Fair Can Win Anywhere 41 A Man's Way. IIo Is exacting, I declare. You know the type. Ho thinks his wife should If now jiwt where lie left his pipe. Luke. TIRED OF REFERENDUM Vctors Ilavo Bozomo Weary of Cease less Trips To the Polls. . K S(T r. sat- r?v. &.' US Citlens of Western ernes are jotting terribly tired of perpetual voting under the referendum plan. Seattle has- just voted on the charter. One tenth of the voters who were registered voted for it, o'no sixth voted against it and three fourths of those registered did not vote at ail. The eerienee of Seattle is like that of most of the other cities and towns of the States. The leading newspapers in Oregon and Washington, for Instance complain of the tremendous flood of legislation Miliniltted to the people at every election. It rises to 0(1 and 7i proposed laws, 30 or 10 amendments to the constitution, with pamphlets run ning to scores of pages by nearly all of tli em. ...

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 August 1914

Vtf. V n. rt rN 1 ' l.: lv i n. 1a iTJI1 ,. "' t & f &T! V. , MP &. DO 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 Geo. H. Frank & Co. HaysvlIIc's Foremost Clothiers. GEM Dr. .T. Ralph Cooper left yesterday afternoon for Martinsville, Iml. t Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Browring have ' returned from a visit to Culer, In. I. 'Mrs. Kdwiii Mnthewg and children aro visiting relatives in FIemingsburg Mrs. Louise Fisher, of Avondale, Cin cinnati, is visiting her cousin, Mr. Omar Dodson of East Third street. Miss Elizabeth Child is .spending a few, days with Mms Anna nermann in Ripley and attending the fair. Judge Edmonds and Mr. Earl Ed monds of Covington are the guests of their sister, Mrs. Ncal T. Hubbard. Agent Harry S. Ellis of the L. & X...

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 August 1914

i urn i imm w i i ,,5P';irtvPW7wsww5aQwaHHiBiatr:w -rt x j j.tt n tf f$g ? ' 3' -- 'W-'w' ,lvt.-T 3PWBflTZSffSS3 ga'y-ia - fi - - - ( ' j- - - - i1 NnJMKHiliailUHKHMild6ilHKHHBIIKMHBBHIlBHWi Cream Frannel PUBLIC LEDGER mt m8 au Something new, or fruits of any kind, one today Can ho used on Scilo Sells for 10c. Order DINGER BROS., S&S2 m m m ' Mn.. (, 6i.iCHA-W MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY AUGUST 8, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 'M'tl rOHL.O . KB- ISM MMMHWBKWWUBBBBlBHOTMBMBWBWaBBWMWWMWHIilfc Y.J UV Jb 3 - '' .in i..i.ii.iiMimiiMHim""'" I 'i' -T,l'r"T7t,Mlily"itlef''im M Y' to3WWV l4r2F4vteff'yi3 tfLi3Jfll vBBBtIrfXi MKtH5muG: 8Vf!l BMHm17I v : fr tf & '.A '. B &5i S HI 'Ik' Kv v 1 IBB" ' ! WLt i H&- imB. ' vt- w$ Said "On . .Safety Tirst. n frloiul to a Kussiau named Zlbble: baok hnmo and flight and don I quibble. Tho Oar needs a lot Of men to stop shot." Hut tho Nubian replied: "Ish la bibblc.' Luke. PLANS COMPLETE FOB MRS. WILSON'S BURIAL. Washington, August 7. The Whi...

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 August 1914

fS Bssr .'p;u Bifjc V. tw. b 1 r, 'r ess 5,i fh 1 B.' "k -PANDALLPARRI$n . '! ILLUSTRATED D. J.LAV1N j . CHAPTER XXII Continued. ' Ho Iowored hlnisolf into ttio stream, which was deep to the slioro, ns silent- ' Ijr ns a ghost. A dozon feet away I Inst eight of him entirely amid the Mini, dancing shadows. Thon -I fol lowed with equal caution, my faco turned up to tho sky. It wan a dark nlghf, but with a few stars visible Jpooplng down through rlftn of cloud. iTho small river was not wide, nor tho leurront particularly swift, and I had iot beon carried far down stream . Rvtimi tho overhanging branches of tho bpposlto bank gave shelter. I drew iny teclf ashore, and sat there, shivering In ny wot clothes, tho night air chill, and jatnrod anxiously about, and across to tho nhoro wo had Just loft. I I moved down tho Bhoro cautiously, jlcooplutr woll bolow tho concealing bank until I found Brady. lie was crouched in tho shadow of a great tree root, his wbolo attention riveted on tho ojppo...

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 August 1914

ESnmrattRWDWT TITOfcTEITl ;r. ' .'"M Vr.s;8&M&z f $ i r V5iks r. ft F"? v Kb BL. 'if i K V W'WUw HIH OF REALLY ARTISI1G HOI Architectural Beauty Secured 'Without Going to Extremes for Effect. EVERYTHING IN GOOD TASTE Many Pleasing Features Which Give Building a Homelike Yet Distinc tive Appearance Artistic Color Combinations That Might Be Employed. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will nniwer questions nnd Rive ud vice KREE OP COST on all subject! pertaining to ttio subject of lmlltltiur, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experlencn as Kdltor, Author and Manufacturer, he Is. 'without doubt, the highest authority on all tliene subjects Address all Inquiries 10 WilHam A. Uadford. No. 1S27 Pralrlo avenut. Chlcnm, III., and only enclose1 two-cont stamp for reply. A residence should not be too plain and unornnmeiited in fts appcurancc; yet nt tho same time thoro is no need of going to extravagant lungths In the pursuit or architectural beauty. Man...

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 August 1914

-? ' "All v ,' v- -v r iM V.t THE PUBLIC .LEDGER hi i i ' ' daily ucirr aumuf, ronrrrn or jolt, tuinkiuivinp ANU CnBlBTKAI. . A. P.-CURRAN, Editor antHMbltslier. (lootltmd Lonu jiuhpoo ltieptioin k Af 1 orriOB rUBLta LRDQKH BUILUtMU, llU. 4Ul NAT.T1LLS. KT. jK Knttrcd Mthe Mayvll, Ky.t I'oitofflce n jctontt-clami jnall matter ttUlMWlirUONS-liV MAIL. One ,... Mix 'taonlii- a Ail M.M...V " HtMHtltlM Mm -. Tlirp niniilti. M i.. A... DXUYKRXD BY UAHJUXU, ! MoHllt. ,........ .... i..,. M....,.B 'dyatii to VotUetor at ettii of Month. 75 ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET I.M. Tor United States Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS K. WILLSON ( For United States Senator Slfrirt Term WAT. ALAItSirALL BULLITT for Congress II. GLENN 1KELAND AGNATION SYMPATHIZES. ."When Sorrow spreads her wings mid the shad-. ows lengthen round us, personal differences are for gotten; animosities, ii" they existed, are wiped out, and a great swelling wave of sympathy engulfs all. .In his hour of utter d...

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. — 8 August 1914

Tri jfl " yVA fyV 5 pv w lV- V J I v ks - ) :t 7 vf: av i . v K iA. V, I; Viir1.r),wiwmtwYw?w OREAT MISTAKE. "Advertising ruined mo, ' Said tlio man, "What on earth," demanded wo, "Wns tho iilunf" "Only one, mistake," ho said, Caused my fall, I let my rivals in i tho trado Do it nil." HEaW FAILURE S. Renaker & Son, of Winchester, File Petition in Bankruptcy Saturday. (Cynthiann Democrat.) Petition in voluntary bankriitey were filed with United States District Judge A. M. .1. Cochran at Frankfort Saturday by the firm of S. Kenaker &, Son, produce and poultry dealers ot Winchester, Ky., nml S. Ifenuker, of Cynthiann, and Leon Itenaker, of Win Chester, individunlly. Tho total "liabilities of the firm and individual, sire said to be about $i. 000, nud assets from $12,000 to $15,000 The petition of the firm, S. Henakor & Son, places the liabilities of the firm nt $14,000, whilu tlio firm's-assets in eludo a stock of goods worth $1,000, housohohl goods, worth $102..'50, and pe...

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. — 8 August 1914

.W $ ' l & VA w -ii 4 , (. 'TrV- ! W S !$ .'.1 KtV r& . r l : fit- r f,N m W 'iL ft. W W ' IBs .'- LflBnKS.. flfk aaiMWIljUij' ".. HftaalHlSfip SftftftftIBC i tifp" i.W4 SUMMER REDUCTIONS ON ALL FANCY WORSTED AND ' OASSIMERE SUITS. All $25 00 Suits Now $18 75 All $22.50 Suits Now $16.50 All $20 00 Suits Now $15.00 All $18 00 Suits Now $12 50 All $15.00 Suits Now $10.50 All $12.50 Suits Now $ 8.75 Geo. H. Prank & Co. Mnvsville's FnrpmnO Clothier GEM Mr. Clarence Mathews was in Carlisle on business yesterday. Mrs. Oeorgo Woodward of German- town was in Maysville yesterday. 'Mr. 11. L. Popper of Germantnwn was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Miss Helen Pollitt left Saturday to visit relatives in Maysville. Vance burg Sun. School Superintendent W. .1. Caplin ger is home from a trip to, Louisville and La Grange. Miss Edna Leonard is spending her vacation with relatives in Covington, Nowport nnd Erlanger. iMiss Lucille Molster of Portsmouth is the guest of her cousi...

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