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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 10 August 1914

"nfc v k"' '-' 35 .. n", t ,t -3 v tf- esm "Pfty'-;jJ "'il'u'li.MJW ""liW'"-?! 1), 9 ',.'.( in n , y i ,1 . ryjMiy; JJT i ii rn nj i j- 3S-J ' ? MmMNMMHMHMHiiHMMMaMMMiHIM Cream Frappe m Something new. Can he used on Jcllo 5 jj or fruits of any kind. Sells for lOc. Order one today. DINGER BROS., .feSS'l? MiWMllwg m PUBLIC LEDGER -.v MAYSVltLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. VJicSfi VTJB Wi sv , -f r -a .- tf L ? .!. t -j A' $y-f Tho Condition. "Where nro you going, my pretty ;- maid?" "I'm going a-swiinnilng, sir," she s:i ill. "And nniy I go with you, my pretty muiilf " "If you'nsk my husband, sir," she said. BBPORT Or SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AUOUST 9. Forest Avenuo M. 12 Bl Second M. K. South J" Central Presbyterian 10 Pirst Christian 113 First Baptist !- First Presbyterian Third Sreet M, K First M. K. South r(5 Mission TOT Ah fiSI! Total An 'list 1! .rl!l No services were held yesterday at tho Episcopal church on account of re pairs and improvements being m...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 10 August 1914

. V?, & k h .1 f: IT. f t, fcV wr f 6 m Br ft I TESZ THE PUBLIC LEDGER DA1LT-X01PT 0ND4T, rOOllTU Or JOLT, THANMOIVIMQ " AND CHHI.TMA. .. A. P. CURRAN, No. 40. - Editor and Publisher. orrioi ruBLio lkouch builmho, MATinflM.B. KT. riUrcl'al tl.e MVJjyjJ!";tgnilJ'i;U" """' "'"""' SUMVttU"110N8-U MAIL, on Tfeixr - - - Mi niiulbL . .......... Tbrw jntii" "" DJCL1 VKHKU Ji Y VAUU1KH, , o i 10 lr Mouth , .u Itiyabtt to uomcior at enu ui mty. M Cent "all subscriptions cash in advance. Tho Manchester (Kng.) Courier iu its comment on tho condition of tho Nottingham luce industry, which, it claims, is, generally speaking, very quiet, says Hint "tho American orders for i'lotincings and !... .rwiQ ..flVmlH snino amount of employment in , flic Lews lace trade." If thcVilson-Underwood .tariff had reduced the duties on laces as much as it did tho rates on imports of cotton and woolen goods there would bo still more rejoicing in Not tingham over "American orders for flouncing and other goods." ...

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. — 10 August 1914

3 K h i I ' r '. ' L $ kC i r st V K , LVi IP 1 5? u ss ft W?!?Hf9B5!5B83B3SS SUMMER REDUCTIONS ON ALL FANCY WORSTED AND CASSIMERE 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. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Forrmnst Clnlhlm. GEM BASEBALL RESULTS GAMES TODAY. Ohio Stato League Portsmouth at Lexington. Chillieotlio at Cliarlcston. , National Leaguo' Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at New York. Pittsburg at Philadelphia. American Leaguo Washington at "Chicago. Boston at Detroit. Now York at St. Louis. Philadelphia nt Cleveland. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Ohio Stato Leaguo Lexington, C; Portsmouth, 2. Charleston, 7; Chillieotlio, 2. National Loague Brooklyn, 3; St. Louis, 0. Now York, 8; Chicago, 1. Philadelphia, 2; Cincinnati, 0. - Pittsburg, 5; Boston, 1. American Leaguo Philadelphia, 4; Cleveland, 0. Detroit, 3; Boston, 1. 'Chicago, 2; Wa...

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. — 10 August 1914

'" ' " ' " ' j "" " in '' " i " Ei e He Girl Became a Burglar v. DETROIT, MICH. Mary Is only nlno years' old, but already thero havo de veloped In her llttlo Loud certain definite Ideas recardlnc fominlno rlchta Iftud privileges. It wns theso Ideas, brought out by a practical demonstration. "I'm going over and rob the house next vymv kMb can't bo burglarB. You've If girls couldn't bo burglars, Man Insisted that sho hold the snmo riKht3. Sho hurried Into the house and "donned her brother's best suit. "Now I can be n burglar," she told (Tv lnlnutes later. "And I can bo a Reared of tho pollcomen. Come on and Together tho two youngsters crawled through tho hole In tho back fence 'nnd sneaked up to tho houso next door. tan tho cellar vn3 found uulor-ked, and covorlng tluunsolvcs from head to foot with coal dust. Clambering up tho Vsllar stairs Into tho kitchen they found no one In tho house, and for the fifcoxt half hour they busied themselves ksllverwaro and kitchen utensils. They toted...

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. — 10 August 1914

mmwve' " - i i i mi i m4tL-tik i .nJ, REOPENING OF GREAT GERMAN CANAL KENTUCKY SWEET CLOVER HEALTHY - AND A WONDERFUL SO Soils In. Many Sections Are Seriously DepletedWhite Clover Is Larger and tho Hardier Grower Many :'JB. WnrinllPQ nF P.lmnr Arn Tn Rn Qnniirnrt Jf i& pwwS?? MB'V,-'WM'aMMMMMWM)IMaMMBMM I I Ill II I lllTll II H "W-f, C 1 , - IL BUILDER &. w 1 Lucky Congressman Receives $12,500 Back Salary 1 t WASHINGTON. There probably lins never been a man who looked upon 512,500 with qulto tho sa mo emotions as those which tilled the b roast of Michael J. Gill of St. Louis when ha saw thnt amount chalked up to Ills credit JiiT wii now had whon ho camo hero wnu a house and f3,G00 In tho bank. They cleaned him out beforo ho cot through with Ms caso. Whon a person contests a sent in the Iioubq ho has to brlug charges and oustaln them beforo an election committee. He has to get witnesses and go over and over ngaln all tho ragtag and bobtail testimony, stand up under cross-exam...

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. — 10 August 1914

f t ft JA- ' . . i ii i n i ft a 9. i 1 rn. ' SENDS OUT WARMING rf "-ttfnlAnnl TTniienwtvAa' T.A.ifmn WAiiIri mf .' PrntAnl nnrteiimnro Vrntll Wnf i,' "-"" Trices. New York. Tim National Home- wives' Loujjuo sent tliis notice to mom ' ofs throughout tlio Unitoil States: ) ''Call a nicotine to consider the jlrjcos of fooihtuirn In jour city. In vestigate from oery angle. Honest , merchants will not lake advantage of thc present war erlus to advanco prices- '" but we must have tlio subject well in hand to protect the consumer from any unwarranted rise. Watch prices and re ,'-port any advance to the National Ex ecutive Oommittpp." KAN .WHO SHOT ROOSEVELT ' CONTINUES TO DECLINE. John Shrank, who attempted to ns snssinate Colonol Itoosovclt in Mihvnu keo In October, 1I12, probably novor will bo tr(od on tho charge of assault with intent to kill, .fudge Dnekus, ot tho municipal court, has received word from physicians In the criminally in Sano department of the stato prison at Wiuipmi tha...

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. — 11 August 1914

IHHHIIPffiP iru- ii?hsrli -r- u'" i -- rr 'P M ?; V .V (t'.ijii i a?y -'. "V . I V .IfiVxlt ill iwn iiHti, I'liTfn Vi'f 5 "rsT rzrm. T wyMyw""iy i HMMMHIIIMIIflMIINMllMIMHMHIHMNMI Cream Frappe m Something new. Can be used on Jello g g or fruits of any kind. Sells for 10c. Order g one today. g DINGER BROS., .MSS'I? S PUBLIC LEDGER 4 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Ulki l'OUl.O LMHIKU-Un. b-' if ;' iaaaaaW 7 Eft B.. & & sift & r , ; fct. i'$ r " ti K'- its. v : ' i B r .v (H S, 81" -M V Mm JK mt IB m Wk m . m m nr ma 1 Jmmfi wk Ooof! Tlio see-more skirts with joy wo greet, ijlit now tliey nro h hobby; "Wliilo wearing them some girls look neat, And other girls look knobby. Litko CUPID! CUPID! How Couldst Tliou? Ooorgo W. Hudson ir, War Vet, Captures Widow. Yesterday County Judge W. II. ltieo united in uinrringo in the County Clerk's ollice, Mr. flcorgo W. Hudson, nged 73, and Mrs. Anna 'Wood, aged 40. both of this eity. This is the third ma...

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. — 11 August 1914

n, . :u ' ','y .J 't 'ft . .- J" w V :: i'S, J ti; j 55 SS fc THE PUBLIC LEDGER DjULT KCHT UNDAT, FODHTU Or JOLTi TnAHMUtTWa AMI CHIIITIUI. -A. P. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher. No. 40. Loakl ami l.ouit Qlmtpcf Telephone orrion ruiiLiu iBuoin builuino, MATIVIU.K. KT. itnterpil at tlie Mwynvlllf. Ky.. I'o.toffice an ncfoml-cUm mall mailer SUUiVttll'JlOJM-llY UAJL. On TfcBr NIK Slonlli.- . Tlircit Mnulli. ..... OXLIYKlttCl) MY OAHUUiH, Pcir Month... . no .. i au 70 tttlln..M...............M.... m............' j-uyable to Collector al mi ol ilontn 'iS Centa "ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. NEVER AGAIN. Stiys the Brooklyn Kugle: "Theodore Roosevelt has opportunely rallied ngaiiist liim his motley forces at just the time to arouse the distrust and apprehension of influences no politician has ever yet successfully offended in American history. "Aaron Hurr came nearest to doing so.'hut the revulsion of the patriotic men of both parties saved the liopulilic in its infancy from the danger ...

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. — 11 August 1914

3 V tf 3 6: 9 FK U i" , JV K? H ESiiE-' "r r"nn'T.V-LHj' ' """J."!''"'"' i i mnj . . jhum ."."f iyft ''Bl ' ' "'-'"' '"..I'la'.m" - .'t-i . , "m. 'u. h ! iui, "?r'J,',, ., ''' y, "t ',' "". '," ,MI-' " , "y' 'Ji.'"ll'tWWj"""l"'-'"A'.rt mr-rrrirrr '""Y A pretty woman cnn afford to bo ig norant. About tlio only thing slio lias , to know la thnt slio ia pretty. . DREAM COMING TRUE - After Many Years Trans-Andoan Kallroad, Concolved In Mind of Henry Molgga, Now Drosses Mountains. Years ago Henry Moijigs, nays a writ er in tlio World's Work, cuim-ived the notion of starting a railroad on the coast of Peru which would crosa the Andes and conncet ut some place in the East with tho navigable waters of the i Amazon. That was ono of tho great railroad dreams of the last century. The . roail was started at tlio port of Callao. on tho West Coast, inn through Lima and climbed the Andes. During tlio up ward climb of moro than 15,000 feot thero nro moro than twenty switchbacks. Tho engineering fea...

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. — 11 August 1914

V J A r &:, re1 "" iH- HT at H- & ,'V J7Z SUMMER REDUCTIONS ON ALL FANCY WORSTED AND CASSIMERE ' SUITS. All $200 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. Frank & Co. Mavwllle'5 Foremost Clnfhlm. GEM BASEBALL RESULTS GAMES TODAY. Ohio Stato Loaguo Portsmouth at Chillicothe. Charleston at Lexington. National Leaguo Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Now i'ork. Pittsburg at Philadelphia. American Leaguo Washington at Chicago. Boston at Detroit. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Clovel.uid. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Ohio Stato IiOaguo Lexington, 2; Charleston, I. Chillicothe, .1; Portsmouth, 0. National Leaguo No game) scheduled. American Leaguo Washington, 1; Chicago, 2. Boston, S; Detroit, 6. Philadelphia, 10; Cleveland, fi. New York, 0; St. Louis, 2. SATURDAY'S GAMES. Ohio Stato League. Lexington, 3; Portsmouth, 1. Charleston, -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. — 12 August 1914

r?VT-' 1 my ' N ' f V . F ,' tm 1 h t SL JW irt. &' ' &:.. . HCS 5" -V. .. f-.' HlllllHIIIIIIIMiMMIIn ,' I Cream Frappei PUBLIC LEDGER m Something new. or fruits of any kind, one today. Can he used on lello Sells for lOc. Order I M 8 DINGER BROS., Kfflt - MAYSVJLLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. CLJ" P 01.10 1.KMKK-U9 HWWH1II r.i1TYMT x ' THE'PRESIDENT'S WIFE Laid To Ilor Final Rest Yesterday In Torrents of Rain 800 Rolatlvcs Presont. Romp, Ott., Atijf. 11. Mrs. Wooilrow t .., .i.nr.. ti.o vni., -ltli vnn." Wilson, wife of the nation' I'resi.k'iit, MMII. 1 -I.....U .. . ... -". Tho woman said unto the man; 'Unto oursi'lvos wo must bo true, Tliero's work for o.ich of us to do; I want to tflinro tho oto with you," Said tho woman to tho man. "I shared it n apple iiiipo with you," Tho man unto tin woman said; "Slneo then we've both been feeling blun Hecnuse of that rash bite or two; 1 shared an apple once with you," Tho man to the noiunn said. Hv O. II...

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. — 12 August 1914

3 W IW& iiw uSf. f v,' & i fc tV V I.? t. l!- !l fe m THE PUBLIC LEDGER T ' ' 1UH.T BXOirT IUND1T, rOUHTH Of JUI.T, THiHKHOtYlMU AND ClinlBTMlB. - - - Editor and Publisher. A. F. CURRAN, Looal and Lou 'JlaUnoe Telephone No. 40. orrioi rUBLio lkimikh buildimu, MJLTITILM, KT. Ittitertil at the MavgvUle, Ky.. foitoffice ai acconil-cUm ninll matter strnsvj:ir'JJoxn-ui' mail. .t3 00 ... 1 0(1 ... 70 OtIG mriMHIIHII ....... ......... . M........H... . Nix BfOlllll... .. - Ttirtf Jlftlllll. ............... ........... ........... lUtLl VSKKD By 0 AUli IKS, Ttr Month-.... ,.,,.., J Cent MyuftU o Voltietor at end of ttbnln. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. . REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator hong Term AUGUSTUS V, WILLSON For United States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL 1UJLLITT For Congress II. GLKNN IRELAND. WHY SHOULD A DOCTOR BE DIVORCE EXPERT? A divorce suit is on in Chicago and doctors liuvo hcen called to testify as experts concerning the. compatibility of the pai...

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. — 12 August 1914

, 4 ? ?,?& 3s if- ; ' ' , f I . v. r.;- : t'r b MARTIN SIICR1DAN l'ainoiisiill iirriiiuliitlileteumlOI tuple Gullies clmiiiiiluii, mi) s i "Tufiln h a strong card with me. I aclitse all athletes lo 'lick '' Tuxedo. It Is the one tobacco that ulll help them, keep them In trim, prevent them from golng'stale, ' 7 uxedo leads bar none." &rk. GASTON STRODINO Champion Mnrutlmn runner; hero ot Olj mplu Unities at Mockliolm. suys: "Tuxedo Is the tobacco for the athlete. It never hurls my uiijJ, and always steadies my nerves. Tuxedo for me." uojXoft d"nc(rujf MVTTMcGRATII Champion ueldtt thrower winner at OI nipic liaiucs, Stm kbului says: 'Wo athlete need fear to smo(e a' much as he wants, If he uses Tuxedo. It's a general help lo anu man A pipe ful of Tutedo puis new life into me. " ?7aC& 7C6A3t Wo say it is t!u "Day .if Kest." I'm speaking now l Snndi. But whj do we feel so distuwed Ami so blame tired on Mondiv ' liiikf. Among tlui more imjiortaiit iiuitteis Controls is 'lAjio...

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. — 12 August 1914

vV ;' V & I" Ik A l.-V7 lvV"'- '- .. -s MflfiwH SUMMER REDUCTIONS ON ALL FANCY '' ' WORSTED AND OASSIMBRE SUITS. All $25 db 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. fL Frank & Co. Mavsvillc's Foremosl Clothiers GEM Returns in From 100 Counties, Beckham in by 1,596, Wilson 2,636 Frankfort, Ky August 10. OHieial returns from an even 100 of the 1 520 counties in Kentucky give Iicckhnm -i plurality of 1,500 over Stanley in the Stato primary for the Democratic iiom imitiou for United States Senator and give AVillson 2,030 pluialily oxer Krnst. Camden, Democrat, for the shoit term, nnd Rullitt. Romilicau Won by immciihC majorities. Tlio majority of G'.Ci ho received in JeflTe rrfon county over Jolly probablv will nominato Norton Vance as Progres sivo candidate over (leorgo V. .lolly giving him a majority in tho 100 coun ties f 015 out of a total ote of oulv 2,:!...

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. — 13 August 1914

W v 1 ' . 'I,1 Sfe. aw,'.fl':;;?T:aSj.' 'yy'flgiy &. i Cream PUBLIC LEDGER Something new. or fruits of any hind, one today. Can be used on ielio Sella for 10c. Order MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. j'Xv pacua i.KMF.n-um IIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIii A Frappel i inuli M f M I I M f 1 frr e.v i-Ok V R J" i. 5: .. iV rmk M'1- " --- & The II. 0. of L. ( ' Old times wiro clicap. Hut these times ' You can 't nmko money Inst; A dollar won't go half as far, -. Hut it goes twice as fast, Luke. COLORED INSTITUTE To Bo Hold August 24th to the 28tli in Tho Maysvillo Colored High School Building. Tho Colored Teachers' Institute will 1)0 held in the Colored High School Building August -4th to UStli. Prof. P. N. Woods of Paris, president of tho Statu Association will bo the In structor. Tho law requires all teachers expect ing to teach to attend the full session. JESSIE 0. YANCEY, Supt. OFF ON A PLEASURE TRIP. Mr. V. V. Mcllvain, accompanied by his sister, Mi...

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. — 13 August 1914

""TV i Z v ' f . -n Vfe- ' r i.f ' !) ft 5' ! K ih s, iH-v fll. a: ft? jv tv B THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAH.T-MMW BUHBAT, rOURTII Or JBJ.T, TUAHKiUlVINU u Ami riiniKTMAg. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and "b"8her' wrAgpU, no. 40. i ""-s.ssrs ."" Mntrten at tlie Mayvllle. Ky.. l-otofficea. weonJ cUm mall nuttier auuauiuvuonx-ii y mail. ... I ... 7a Oni Tfci"' " " nis wiiiHi- " " ;; DJtLi VJCltKl) UY CAllltllCH, .i. .......Cnli rer itmw -... Vuab)'no'voiUcio'r'at tmi or iiontt ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United States Souator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. W1LLSON For Uuitod States Senator Short Term WM. MATtSHALIi BULLITT For Congress H. fJLKNN 1KELAND CLOAK ROOM TALK AT WASHINGTON. Tlie surest barometer o political sentiment in the Nation is the cloak-room talk in the House of Rep resentatives. Tlie House has two "cloak-rooms". Democratic and Republican. It is in these rooms things are said freely which could not be safely voiced.on the floor of the House. In these rooms, Congr...

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. — 13 August 1914

v -- " '. hi i -,.,.,,,.... . .... . i ii I, i . -i jn l& 1&'- . 'P tfc , ntM. HB'. ,..,,, MiJbflll T T W. VM TKS. vtfM Over at the there's a wonderfully cooling and refreshing drink awaiting, you. It's l ( Here There Everywhere.- At founts 8f f ' TBESE GOOD DEALERS SELL PARPAY CHBNOWBTH DRUG CO. MARTIN & HALL. TRAXBL'S. Moro Trouble The Hull Moo-to is si sight to see, I In always woars a frown; Ho MV.tllowotl the oh! (1. O. P. Hut ho can't loi it down. Luke. NO MORE TAXES. (Xew York World.) There i-au la- no doubt tint tin- Kn rojuMii war will have a blighting el' foi't upon tlio reu'inios of tin' Uniti'd States. Outsido of tlio Postal Sen ice tho custom hoiisi's provide nearly one half of the Treasury's receipts. Willi our foreign commerce interrupted, tarill taxes must dwindle, and immediate provision must be made for funds. High taxes we have always with us, flnil they are busier loday than the ma chine guns of Belgium ami (lermany. To meet the situation, they piopos...

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. — 13 August 1914

7 ' -r JpWWww-vp TVT 7 TTfTT R -, k-l pjs v V" - t 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. Frank & Co. Haysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. TRYING OUT A RAW RECRUIT Last Sunday a "rubo" ovcrturndil his akilT near the lifo-sav-lirg station at Cin cinnati. Ralph Weathorby, a nowly np pointed guard, swam to tlio rescuo and hold up tho man until help arrived When Weatliorby got bark to tho sta tloii ho found that tlio rubo was n fol low life-saver and that tlio "stunt" was to tost him. 100 Knriinl, IOO. The readera of thu paper will ha pleuad to lea'nthRUhereli tleatonecltiiledclln)!netht lolonoe hi been able to aura lu mil Its tngei.Knp MiatU Catarrh, ltali'i Oatarra Cure ti the only poiltlTcaure nowknown to the uiedloaUraterutly, Oatarrh belni? a oomtltutlonal dlinaie.requlr1! a oonitltutlonal...

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. — 14 August 1914

mhpwsW". n v..iw:"'bj.i --:rj1 ri'Y ' ''.I Jfc, .J-ih iiiil- mi "', u..Li,vi..JJJ.f'i.MiWMiM I.. . syJJ.'.!!".""' ..'.'.'!.. nmMjmjmm0ifmMnft hij jmmi i him i ""r"" "T" hi i uri ri irimrjlT i i n iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Cream Frappel m Something new. Can be used on Mello J or fruits of any kind. Sells for 10c. Order m m one today. m m HINHFR PRD9 Leading Retailers 2 U1INVJCI DttVO., 107 W. Second St r& S' PUBLIC LEDGER - p & MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. I1H J V A J I p. v liv ;-.;. r a;- t r T & w L . Tf Tha Wiso Qny. The Statewide primary is o'er, Hark to our tasks we go, ' B:it) whore :i bonclicail utops to roar: "Ah, luiI I tolil you no!" Luke. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Annual Con vocation of Mason County Instructors to Gather Hero For a Week, Beginning Sep tember 1st . Toncheis,' Institute will be held in the Muysville Hih School Building An gust .'Mst, September 1st, -ml, .'Inl, and lth. Schools open September 7th. Mrs. ...

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. — 14 August 1914

r-74 V S'i, 3' m Sp y. J 4 fr" ' . Ri r H tr a TT 2E TtWWpwg 'H'I'i fnv-. k (iiiwipw ? - . vi THE PUBLIC LEDGER ttT KOirT atlKDAY, rOURTtl OF 4DLT, TIIANMOIVlHe. AND CtlBtllTMAgt ,f A. rs PIIDDAM TJllnr nt Piihlkllflr. 'ooUdLouii Mn 4fl I orfioB-POBiioi.ltiiorniiuiLi.lNu, 'Jim-nee Toleptaoim " 4U. mathtiu.-, kt. ltn'ltrf.) nt the Maynvllle Ky , I'oiloffice a. gceoml clam mall matter' ! . sumoHiPi toNn-iir mail. One Yfutr Mia Moiillm, ... TlirexBto-M'-. .... o 1 5(1 7ft " V? DULIVKHKD UY VMIHIKU, Per Month . ....... ......-.,! C'euU rayabltto Uollictor at end of JlotUA, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. BE REPUBLICAN TICKET. ' Tor United States Souator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. W1LLSON For United States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT I'or Congress H. QLUNN 3RDLAND ,f PROGRESSIVES ARE COMING J BACK TO THE G. 0. P. Chief of recent political events in the West was the, conference held in Chicago by the Kopnblican "Chairman from six States. All of them reported encouraging conditio...

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