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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 14 August 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 14 August 1914

.-. & &' ' k"H 'J : VK k'K &-x A r , t IS. W w ON" ALL FA WHY ) WORSTED AND OASSIMERB 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. Havvllpjt Fnromnct Plnlhler. llivortnen river. stngo in Some fog this morning and the (Ireen Iiuiil was Into going down. Tn tho Ciuciiiiiiiti district "tho -Ohio Hlvor will rise during Wednusdiiy nilit nml Thursday. Tho gauge at Cinoin nnti Wednesdny registered 11.8 feet and stationary. Tho stages at other points Wednesday were: Franklin 0.11 roso 0.1; Greensboro 7.0, stationary; Pittsburg C.9. Pou't you wish you had a pho tograph of your great, great grandfather? Of course you can't havo, bocauso the.ro wasn't any photography in thoso days. Hut your groat, groat grandchildren can havo photographs of you. And you owo something to posterity. Brosee Tho Photographer In Your Town. Hiss Ilthcl H...

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. — 15 August 1914

ri"J -tV r K' ? K i !&& ii nJAi ,1 A "I'll l'-l" " If 3 "lll I I wwwjprtT"wwfyyiffTwywwwMi fwypsy """"ft" UIIWWW EST r" 1M IMKIHIIHMiMHailinilllKaiHKlHnlH K ?' I Cream Franne V PUBLIC LEDGER ; Something new. or fruits of any kind, one today. J' Can he used on ietlo Sells for fOc. Order i: IV T ctrj tii' jja.j ijcj-i. fti.iCMAi&&? MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1914. ONE COPY ONE OENT. rir,i 1 f 'PiwO .& :- J- t i ri- t few !. S P K E vat' ft. rri . k 6V ir it cf ' Happy Land, Whllo Kuropo boils wilh war and strife, Wo llvo our pleasant, earo freo life. The only time tluit wo got mail Is when mi uiupiio'g sight is bail, Cincinnati Unquircr. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Miss LuciUo Wardlo Smith To Wed Mr. J. M. Tweed of Cloveland, August 27th. iDr. and Mrs. Thomas II. N. Smith announce tho engagement of their daughter Lueillo "Wardle, to Mr. J. M. Tweed of Cleveland, Ohio Tho wedding, which will bo vcrv quiet, -will take pl.ido Thursday after noon, August 27th, ...

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. — 15 August 1914

' -. , fi yp1 THE PUBLIC LE DGER Sm i($ k r'.t meMSDof PANDALLPARRI$n ILLUSTRATED-D.J.LAVW CHAPTER XXIII Continued. I Btood before him, otunncd and be Wlldorod by his obstinacy. "Am I to understand, Genoral St Clair, that you question tho accuracy of my report!" f "No, sirl" Hla checks flushed. "Only, my young friend, thoro is noth ing to It Thie expedition is not in terested in what Hamilton is doing on tho Maumeo. Ho doesn't daro attack us with his mongrel savages. If ho bid wo'd glvo him a bolly full, and a fine ,ntory to send back to England. Como, gentlemen. let'B get to more serious affairs. You may go, sir." I passed out, dazed, unseeing. So this was tho man in whoso hands rest od tho fato of the northwest. This Jvas tho end of my toll and suffering; this tho reward for Urndy's death. Ho had sneered at me, turned mo away ;with a laugh. For a moment I stood clinking from head to foot; then hot hnger seized me, nnd brought me back lo llfo. By heaven I ho would learn yet which 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. — 15 August 1914

. I I .1 I I 'II I I -...II - . I . JFI r 'ys. ! r Wv r 'Mi MiMA mm Ju , rverubcdu Drinks Children Cry For VA Jl JUL) g ii'iiiiiiiiii'iiihiii 'ijii in rnnrT SOft i rnwX'El ta ig3vy iuST "W fggg m ,, jJV ijP J" J ' jR Wmm M' &-S. hr f rt h 0 NO DANGER OF SUNSTROKE Man on His Way to "Get Even" With Enemy Had the Thing All Planned Out. You'd liavo known he wns a medi cal miin by his looks nnd by tho medl clno casor ho carried, but the man who bum pod Into him on tho street was too excited about something cIbc. "Hero, sir, what are you doing?" exclaimed tho doctor 03 he recovered from tho collision. "Going to lick n man!" was tho re ply. "But wait. Don't you know It's 90 decrees In the sun?" "I don't give a darn!" "And that lighting will raise your temperaturo to 1407" "What of It?" "A temperature of 130 means sun stroke and death!" "Are you a doctor?" asked tho mau. "I am." "Then you are way off your base. The man I'm going to lick works In au lco house, where the temperature Is on...

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. — 15 August 1914

FmHUULA r. 1l'"llgl?12IllMJ"11'im''' fcWTllyBlhftWP'mUWdi.UWWiiHfltl Wi..Hi V"',' wyyr'Wr 1 m 'I Mi THE PUBLIC LEDGER DiitT mcin uniut, roontn op jolt, Trupx4ma AND OnittSTMAS. . A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. f.nAal .anH 1 Jinn 'JUtco TMl)ti"ti No. 40. orrioc rUBLia lkdsiii buildinu, MATtYlM.. KT. Kntereil at the Maygvllle. Ky.. Poitofficc a aceond-clasa mall matter' 8VU8VUW1WNS-BY MAIL. t ( (Inn Year - Nix Month- TUrtt. M.uiiii... ...... ....... . VXUVKtlKD BY UAliRlRR, ,. no .. 78 Vte Montli.. JtiyabU to Uoluctor at end of Monti ..a Vend ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ' Vt r jl REPUBLICAN TICKET. Por United States Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON s Por United States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT Por Congress II. QLENN IRELAND DEMOCRATS RESPONSIBLE FOR DRIVING OUR SHIPS FROM THE SEA. Every National Republican Convention in recent years lias contained a plank advocating the restora- ' tion sof the Stnrs and Stripes to the high seas and at least three measure...

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. — 15 August 1914

&, f't5fM VJ w-.; '.H -, . v .'Vl t'' N iV. . rsr V t . ' ' ? 5 , . pi ' h v rv? I- t)V A v l I lm Iloavy Touch I Tlio "first tmieli of nutwimi" It mulcus your purge flat, It's tlio touch of your wife for a now autumn hat. H ic thu things tlmt luu Biilif l)uli?ilt1 your bnck thnt provoht oonvorsatiou from beiMiiniug iiimiotonoiw. United States Court at St. l'aul lu clarcd International JInrvutor Com pany ii trust. Sugar continues thu latest price. to advance i" is IIHllMlllllllllllllllNMIIllllllHlllHI STARTING AUGUST 1st With every $i cash pur- M M a m u gg we again renew our gift proposition. El chase we give tickets on M Handsome Diamond Ring Kirst Prize H Ladies' Gold Watch Second l'rize. M Ml Silver Tea Set Third Prie. Handsome 8 Day Clock Fourth Prize. Set of Silver Knives and Koiks Fifth Piize. U Hi m a- -, rlj i a am 1 FARMERS The Chautauqua at the Ger- mantown Fair Is Going To Be a Big Thing For You MUSES MILLS. B P. J. MURPHY. THB 'T.c.AN i ioofhstcs- .ajsto "WIRE EjsHS...

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. — 15 August 1914

'JT . 4" : S' 4 J ' I i-t. H rv k.. M " ' .. M M SV kv & y "' r SUMMER REDUCTIONS ON ALL FANCY WORSTED AND CASSIME'RE SUITS. All $25 00 Suits All $22.50 Suits All $20 00 Suits All $18.00 Suits All $15.00 Suits All $12.50 Suits Now $18 75 Now $16.50 Now $15.00 Now $12 50 Now $10.50 Now $ 8.75 Geo. H. Frank & Co. WrvwHIp's Forpmnsf Plnlfiirrs. GEM SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY OFTHE "OLD RELIABLE GERMANTOWN FAIR" GAVE IT'S FIRST EXHIBITION IN 1854. The Greatest "Home Fair" in the Ohio Valley. AUGUST 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th. SPECIAL FEATURE Farmers' Jhautauqua Every Day. Music by Storm's Band of Lexington, Ky, Color Scheme First Premium, Blue; Second, Red; Third, Yellow; Fourth, White. Send to Secretary Dan Lloyd, Germantown, Ky., for Program. "MEET ME OARRANZA THE BIG IKE IN MEXICO. Mexico Cty, August PI. -Prtpur i toin for tho reception of the tru.mph aut Constitutionalist army in tlio capital aro under way. A committee, consist ing of Senators and Deputies ot tin' olil Mudero Congr...

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. — 17 August 1914

''.,T T TmSJ13FreilBMWrWB 'W ,f J t ','1 t',,-v mrrv '" ft.- . ' .- I l,- , r . - J 'iR H ;f ' " ' ' ii'-.p' 'l''l""fi'ji,1 ( '! i(ji i jjh ) L . ' i". ' I '.',;;. i owuawoan '." illlllllam IIIWMMIMvappaMpN j-: Vi,,, ." '-Ld-UIHJ. '"ai&J b:&? !-: MIIIIHM M m I Cream Frappei m Something new. Can ho used on Jfello J or fruh s of any kind. Sells for lOc. Order 5 one today. niNHFR RROn Leading Retailers " UinUDI OttWO., ,07 W. Second St MBlBUBMlllMIIBlfc BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW! If you we contemplating building a home or a house for an investment, now is the time to place your order. We liuve the largest stock of all kinds of build ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have large con tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted this large supply at n price very near cost of production and we are in position to give von the advantage of this good purchase. Place our order now or let us give you an estimate on your requirements; you will th...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 17 August 1914

1 Mi &, v - r THE PUBLIC LEDGEIR DA1LT KXCirT BUND1T, rOUHTU or JCLT, TUANKB9IV1M8 AMU Onni8TMA. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. local and Uonit aiitsticn Telephone No. 40. orrioi ruBLio Lciiuan duildino, MlTOVItXC. KT. KiVlerfil at the MavuvlUe. Ky.. l'otoflicg as sctoiul-cliii mall matter' . EV aVUSUHU'llONS-UY MAIL. out Ynr J Mix nmillii. .., ' " Three Month - "8 MCLIVJCMCV J1Y OAHRlJtJt, ler Mouth....... ............ . Ceuta tiyable to Collector at end of ilontn. & ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. , . REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United States Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For United States Senator Short Tonn WM. MARSHALL BULLTTT For Congress II. QLENN IRELAND tfx is? , GO AFTER PRICE BOOSTERS. The "ultimate consumer," regardless of political affiliations, will sympathize with President Wil son's efforts to prevent dealers in food eommodities from talcing undue advantage of the European war as an excuse for charging excessive prices. With a record-hreaking crop 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. — 17 August 1914

-r .1 ..Wii. ii i,M" imiii.ii I i, I pi,ii r,,ih,"ii ii,iiiii m,.n ,....h.i-.iiii. '"rtw w I..I..KI. .f)..ufi V- i- '- - :IW- -- -(- ".fclJJ cr.wru. , --yWllffl! sky ft R.', iTr ;''?-,'' "' "'"",l " r fc Jja Of all tlio clover men wo know, Tho one we most nilnro Is he who mnJo tho one-step grow Where two-steps grow beforo. Puck. FOREIGN COMMERCE Will Bo Fostered by America's Groatcst Banks, With Morgan at Koad of Olio ami National City tho Other. New York. Tlio two greatest flnnn clnl institutions in America the house of J. P. Morgan and tho Nutlonal City kiliiuik have assumed command of the .foreign commerce of the United States and divided tho world between them. Tho Morgnn group is to tako Europe nnd tho National City Bank is to de velop Synth America. Out of tho chao? into which business has been thrown by tho European war the bankers are endeavoring to evolve some definite plan of action. Ownr Underwood, lead er of the House, of ltepresentatlve, will promote all reasonable meas...

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. — 17 August 1914

t'h rYifti. w.WS' !- SERVIAN OFFICIALS IN CONFERENCE iMIMriONAL MQ5 WD I I' Q 3 - TOH!G3$$1P SlMSfflOOL AWAXimf-flf 1 MEMORY Lesson " inffil jlffifljl (By n. O. SUU.LUS, Olrei-tur of Hvenlna Deportment, The Moody lllblo Institute, CIlICdRO.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 16 ifftqa p-qflWalSgS ? B. If Not Safe to Miss an Appointment With President ttT ASHINGTON. If you have an appointment with tho prcstdont at the If Whito IIouso and fall to kcop It, you must havo a mighty good excuse or you may be, considered guilty of lcso mnjeste, or, what would be more serlouB &, ire nuxtnur MjMDE MY xsSlLS ' '' RJ AHmXX i a v;Hifwi o A. I J If I m Iff' m ed Stntes Judge. They wero cordially rocclvcd and tho president listened attentively to their argument In favor of tholr candldato. But ho frankly told them that this particular judgeship mat tor waB closed, that ho already had made a selection, although ho spoke very highly of tho man recommended by Townsend and Tuttlo. "But, gentlemen," remarked tho p...

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. — 17 August 1914

THE PUBLIC LEDGER ' '?ffl' . i4,RBHr Ml EUROPEAN COUNTRIES AT WAR LAND, AIR and NAVAL BATTLES BEGUN ft'" iV' GERMAN CAVALRY DIVISION DURING MANEUVERS OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE RUSSIAN ARTILLERY J i ' F -ir!-r H 4 v7P V''tiH tt jt5 7W BD! . W amH' Slip M.AAif mBmAJiMBst Mm $ mAKbb nUboA n Pan-Slavism Against Pan-Germanism the Appeal of the Czar.to His Pedple. CRITICAL TIME FOR EUROPE Enthusiasm With Which the Conflict Has Been Hailed Is Ominous Strength of Fighting Force of That Vast Country Is Little Known. ,.;...a. ,..i,.Wil,A.ik,3MM Ja&70.ihWw JSflh iVLLUUmL llnll .wasKiiS&. rsiKKnasss . )-iffli&-$-&m3 . KlXMSH . CRAClTsQUA If ;? f WIZf 1 i? WSKIi Ml -. . - .--,..,. -:. r-.- ... --...- ..,. .... '; ' SCENES OF ACTIVITY IN THE AUSTRIAN ARMY ' ' "' " """"" f ' ' ' "'"'"'f 'v': --4:t '-Wfc iJl. J S i mSS9 I , , .. h ;1 - - 3 SMI'fMJlMilrfTM J1 HM ,''r'B,J',:''iHriW!"e!'' -1 "&! ''i' &" fr a' ',; lentil laito-- 'iwfi . Jin. ! ;m twnan w''i k m, a,r. tjMiiiAtt-fc'...

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. — 17 August 1914

'a V ' i s-lC CN f X1 fi.H-lU: Ki k iimnpn il hi1 l'H,i)in SUMMER SEDUCTIONS ? ONALLFaNCY WORSTED AND' OASSIMERE SUITS. All $25 00 Suits Now $18 75 All $22.50 Suits Now $16.50 F,A11 $20 00 Suits Now $15.00 Eaii cionn C.ttr Mnm CIO n ..vil gjauu umia iuw ii "w All $15.00 Suits Now $10.50 kAll $12.50 Suits Now $ 8.75 Geo. H. Frank & Co. "Wavwlllr's Fnrpmosf Plnlhlprs Miss Bessie Wnllingford hn.s retunud aftor a dciglitful visit with friends 11 Cincinnati, ' . W. II, Warwick leturned lust evening -from a two weeks' sojourn at French iick Springs.1 . v Y4 rr, W. W. Mullvain ami p.irty wil return J'onio tonight from a motor trl. Jhrough Central Kentucky. 'iMass Dorotl-y Taylor of Washington '.entertained hdr friends with an all daj '.J .W.W.MM v ..v. - .. t Mrs. Pearce Browning gave a bridgi jjLpnrly yesterday afternoon in honor o- Mrs. John Bean of Louisville. Mrs. J. D. Bramcl and daughter, Mist jNaomi Park, from Tolcsboro, aro tin V, guests of 'Mr. and 'Mrs. W. P. Tully. Miss Myra...

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. — 18 August 1914

-"i A." v '.v !" 'Vf . e&K. 'r ,! .-.-.. , rrrrr ,:. ,:, fv, :.iiv"iws 3S in in 1 1, i"ij Cream Frappe 1 4 PUBLIC LEDGER i Something new. Can ho used on lello 9 w, f, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 94 'Li rUHLW i.Kiaicit-tsn eir.' fc. kf-i'; f.A' . hfct i . . . . i,.. .jt :,? , .7 - N- r ii r; A .f Back In Fobruary. In Jays of old when, nights were cold Ami snow was two feet deep, Tho times were fine, as I opine, To get a little sleep. Courii'P.lournnl. LAST BANDIT Died righting Death Claimed Toll of Cloven Lives in Man Hunt. Williamson, V. Va., August 17. The last of tho live bandits who ambushed and murdered three eoal mine ollieialo and stole the $15,000 pay roll Friday was killed In the mountains near War Eagle, Sunday, by Sheriff Hatfield and a posse. IMPORTANT MEETING. The last regular meeting of tho La dies' Aid Society of the Third Street .M. K. Cliureh before Conference will be held tomorrow at SiHO p. in. in the church. Every member i...

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. — 18 August 1914

),.-'' A ' "'. J'," m .' 1v hJt d M- I ite V E THE PUBLIC LEDGER PAIt-T IXOIt'T tUNlUT, TOUHTU Of JOLT, TIUHKHHtTIKO anii rmniATMA. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Loot I nd l.o utt ' JUtwooe 'tVlophona No. 40. ornci rimi.io Licuoxn duiluimu, HATiVILLH. KT. Kntetnl al tlie Maysvllle, Ky., l'oitofflce as nceoml cUm mall mutter' SUHSUKll'IIONS-H Y MA II. One Year nix moiilti. 1lir7Iuilli . .. no .. i mi .. 711 DKUYHUKD JtY VAllllliCU, Vtir Mouth, J'ayabl? lo Collector at end of Montn. ...as Cent ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. AN ATTACK ON ILLITERACY. In an oil'ort to bnnish illiteracy from thoir bor ders a number oL' counties in Kentucky have de cided to institute a moonlight school campaign. The movement is being encouraged by the Ken tucky Illiteracy Commission and thceounties which' have manifested their intention of tak'ing part are Montgomery, Lincoln, Hardin, Clay, McCreary, Mercer, Grayson, Pike, Clinton, Leslie, Kenton and Campbell. Some of these are rural counties whi...

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. — 18 August 1914

: iJ "V . ' ' ., ") wwHbii VwflsWTHtV J. V T $v U .3 m i"3, Ooof! A lovo-slck young man lu Ky Was turned down by u golden-haired ay. For two years she's been wort, And her lialr is now rod, And tho jilted young man says: "I'm ly." I.ulce. - RURAL CARRIERS Aro Notified That Routes Lcsg Tlnn Standard Length Get Increase Amount of Business Regulates Wage. Washington. A now salary si'litjdu'" for rural carriers throughout tho coin, try wont into ollVet iy an order pro mitigated by Postmaster Cleneral Ilui lcson, in neeordnnee with the reeent a I of Congress providing $l.-u) as um iiiiiini pay for curriers. 'Heretofore the unit of enmiensnt'n upon which carriers' salaries aie bine, included only the number of miles tm oled, but under the new schedule eoi. sideration is to be given of the tinu, required to travel such mileage :im1 t' tho iimount of service rendeied by II. carrier. Under tho new schedule the 1:is'm o computation for maximum eninpeim tion requiiiw the transportation of c.ir...

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. — 18 August 1914

f v J' Ws A , ro. T- i " EW & in 4 m Rut- m JSJJJJ BOYS- i . They Are Going The New Suits At The Reduced Prices. So Come In. , )N Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Forrmnst Clothiers. Miss Agnes llanloy of Market strce' j-" is spending her vncatiuu with friends ii Newport. Mr. Onirics Thompson ami Mr. Kn geno Thompsou were brisiuess isitot in Maysvllln Saturday. '.Miss Uolcn Yuri, of the M. I'. V. U 'the guest of Miss Charlotte Stils, .0 Maysvillo. Paris Democrat. !Miss Agnes Donahue of Dnnille ha' returned home after a short visit witi' jrr, und Mrs. M, 1'. Itcdmoiid. Mr. and Mrs. flcorj-e Hateman, ol Covington, are guests of Mr. and Mr. Itoburt Manwarring of Court street. Col, Sam I'raee, one of Dover's pro grossive farmers was up Saturday in at tendance at the (load Iloads Meeting. . Mrs. L. W. Johnson and son Robe't from Ft. Thomas, are the guests of Mi and Mrs. J. B. Koss on East Third S' Mrs. Nettie Finch and Mi-s Mar Finch will euteitain Wednesday after noon, in honor o...

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. — 19 August 1914

K w-, -t H' $$ v ' M . l-V ' Cream Frappel M Something new. Can he used on ietio g J or fruits of any kind. Sells forllOc. Order one today. m m - " niNHFR RRO Leading Retailers 5 i UllUCt DKUO,, 107 W. Second Sr PUBLIC LEDGER '' ' ktt I'M ' vv '' JM, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. f ' V " l' ' pi fry kef I ,V ft. " . w r- Sh L-T fc. ! r- I E r - K $ It's a Bird. "Do Win-lit inn Klieln" sounds very fluo Until you hear "(Jo.1 Save the King." For then tho Miu starts to roar In answer to tin wolf's long howl, Ami tlu'ii you hoar the Hoar's deep growr. My faltU! but it's nil awful din When all tin animals begin. Just llk( a night of horrid dreams. AVnit til you hoar the one big noise That's iiulto familiar to those hoys; They all prick up their cars, It seems, When "Undo Sammy's" K.igle screams. Eva L. Crawford in Louisville Times. I UNERAL OF MR. JOHN 0. PECOIt. Tho funeral of the late John Pccot will be held this siftornoon at II o'clock, ht his lat...

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. — 19 August 1914

P h ? SVv & f eg fy. . K It! " u W EX Mhi After wo hud just about Umi'ii od how to pronounce a fow of tho mouth-twisting names that grow no whore except in the Mexie.au cactus and chaparal wo art' up against u hundred or so of'unpro liouncible names of persons and things in this European wan Of course it is a mere matter of "slanguage." It's easy when one gets the key. Former Senator ,1. W. Bailey will make the race for the Senate in Texas in l!)lu". In the Demo cratic State convention he an nounced that if the convention in dorsed national prohibition and woman suffrage lie would oppose them in a fight before the people. The two issues were indorsed. They are getting hungry in Eu rope. A man was here yesterday from New York and wanted to buy all the canned salmon the M C. Jhissell Co. had for shipment to Europe. Nothing doing. Uncle Sam might increase his wasting revenue by taxing the i gentle suffragettes. Ten dollars each for the gentle variety and twenty-five for the ranting...

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