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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 June 1915

t - ,,-. tMMiM I lMMBB MWBBW WWHB ; ; i v IA PW rTtf vr w . 'Ji 3Bj5 Daily ipiLtfrLE-aER, Tuesday, jijne istoid. v( -VV " '; 3. Good morning noon and nighi id night. ( It is the cooks greatesKdelight. JEFFERSON CRUSHED WHEAT FLOUR It is pure that is sure. Made in the most sanitary mill in America. Goes farther, makes more bread, And saves yotf trouble. You smile if you use JEFFERSON. , i KUoofcLLi a- -1. - ' " - v r I . l " r- i J i. ,t HHIHH ( F H H '?' l bbm . i Mwwiiwyf MMMMMHMBfiMMKPtvf rwriw vn tTi-H- HS e9E MO IJHHiHBiaBA "' H" : v; '. '. i v ' X-. Rip Get a Season Ticket for the Redpath Chautauqua, and Enjoy, for $2, a Y t H C A Maysville Chautauqua, July jt7 111 habits gather by unseen de grees, As brooks make rivers, rivers make seas. Ovid. 0 ! LOVES OF GREAT AMERICANS. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Love Story Nathaniel Haw tliovm divam or and iuidiscooivd j,'iMiiiis--vriit with liis aiotluT to call on some J?;.:o .M'.rts.. iii'!t,'ld)or. of 1h-;s ciio t v'-i ii in lSl'J These ne:,...

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 June 1915

aMnb xff4Aj' - V 5ft. 'X'i A ;! 5jJ. " f ; j. tf' vo I ' ? n " ' t , T k. -,, tt ., V.' THE DAILY PUBHO LlfiDQER, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1010, .-.)- n ir ' ', r- J- ' jfKi v ' . 1 1 JL . fc. r -t" ?: r.- X' " IV? Xr" , ft'. Et-M ij . - '-. B KV a?c fe 3 " , :r 11 'i AT m !T .LL "' ( CK V H&. ;' . Genuine Palm fe DnU Ciio Dcaun uuiio 45 A fine display of nil the Vi'".i.. ....i-. :.. n..i... ii.mnli finil ; 1HICSI jmiflllM I" x lliiii w"' .." - in our East window. "W hcthcr f you want a Norfolk or Plain Sack ' wc.lmvc it. Athletic Underwear. ... Outing Shirts. Palm Bench Belts. Palm Beach Hose Supporters'. Prtnniun and Plain Straw Sailors ,-nll for the hot summer days. Geo. H. Frank & Co. " " TUT ,llnln Vnrnmncl-. fllnt.Vllfir.H. MAYSVILLE At River Front. r Foot of Market St. ONE DAY ONLY. J Tuesday, 15 JUNE Two Performances 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. Doors open 1 p. m. and 7 p. m. The one real novelty of -the year in outdoor amusements. Rice & Dore Water Circus The only show of its ....

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. — 16 June 1915

ssw . " ;v .fw- vv .- .wjc y-r- rjfef yv v . it tJ .'".. W w ,r : ' f1' i f ,v ."! tf. f -: MTV, F ' I 1 I J 1 .. fc i 1 .') k-,. BBb WBATHER-PROBABLY (mxi ranuo t.Kooi'K-iw Mnry wore u ncltlront Of flannel wide and roil; lint this was forty jenrs ago, Ami Murj's long been (load. BALL GAME llelucen Doctors nnd Druggists Th's Afternoon. Everything 1b la readiness for the great gamo this afternoon, when the Doctors meet tho Dniggiuts nt League Park for the benefit of tho Health League Auto Fund. Manager Dern of the Druggists, has his team in the pink of condition, and with tho mystery who is going to twirl for liis team, feels confident that It Is only a question of how much tho score will be. On the other linnd, Manager Qulgloy of tho Doctors, Is just as confident and tho Doctors have been working liard. They nre nlso In the best of condition and claim that they have their eyes on tho ball. It seems certain that whichever team wins, tho public has a good game In store for It, and In ...

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. — 16 June 1915

xSmEBKEKmHmBBtBBtKfNBiEilKEHiBSKKIE tHKoBwii WT.V" V i'i'M ? - "lY i 1 I I' THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1915. -, - -i i!" , . I - ,, -, , . - .. -,-, t r .,'j i HHi-((f ". . 1 zwfv , ' ' v ' . i ii .y i . T 1.. ' ?-rt-' P$S ., -r-N'-,j ? fe THE 'PUBLIC LEDGER t 0A1LT IXCBPT BURDAT, rOUHTH OF JOLT, TIUHKBUIVIKO AND CllMBTXAt. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING O. B. Dictrloh Oohn Janvior ' Ciooalknd Louie ft Olstsnoo Telephone No.'40. orrioE Kntered at the Mayaville, Ky., Postoffice as sceoud-claas mall matter. 8U1I8VMPIWNS-UY MAIL, On Vrar 00 Hlx Month.'' 1 BO TlirenMoutli 76 VKLIVKltKU 1)Y V AMU Kit,'. Vnr Mouth as Out Payable to Collector at end of Mouth, OPPORTUNITY. Frequently you will hear some man, who has not . been successful, attempt to sidestep the responsi- ' .bility lor his failure to make good by prating over his lack of opportunities, whereas if he were to listen lo that persistent something in him, -known to most q1" us as conscience, ho would soon leant that ther...

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. — 16 June 1915

' St1 V '-.K. i ' - I i V k'-i' IT V' '-. f jy , IP w- DAILV fctJgtlO LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1015. COMING THURSDAY That Great Girl, ALICE JOYCE, in Two-Reel Feature, "SWINDLERS." Flora Finch and Kate Price in "THE LADY OF SHALUTTE." Also Something of a Surprise in Vaudeville. y-- JL JETZLJEZLi vstii Bulldog tenacity gets the firmest grip on opportiinifj's cent tails. ! LOVES OF GREAT AMERICANS. ! Edgar Allen Poo and His "Child Wife." "Hit oyos outshone lliosc of any honri, and her 1'caluros would defy the genius of a Cauovu to imitate. . . . He was graceful and witli dark, curling hair and magnificent eyes the kind of man whom men calumniate and envy and women adore, writes a chronicler of two generations ago. She was Virginia I'lcium, a child fated to grief and final trag edy. He was Kdgar Allen Poe, soul of immortal fire caged in a too-weak body. Their love story is one of the most pathetic in the long annals of hearts. J'oe was the son of strolling ac tors, who died when he ...

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. — 16 June 1915

;! v f 'V f THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE10, 1015. I - t it , . ,( , , ...,. ,-, V.nnx. I 1 . ,L S$ i-f ' K -, S li tv- : ' Bt: - 41- :7 .. .. T rf kj IS- " &. Genuine Palm Beach Suits A fine ilisplny o nil tho latest patents in Palm Bench Suits in our East window. Whether you want n Norfolk or riain Snck we have it. Athltftie Underwear. Outing Shirts. . .Palm Beach Belts. Palm Beach Hose Supporters. Panama and Plain Straw Sailors nil for the hot summer days. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mayavillo's Foromost Clothiers. UNITED PARTY MEETS Republicans Present Solid Front To Foe At Lexlngloli Sleeting. Lexington, June 15. A united, har monious nnd confident Republican party, represented by more thnn 1.G00 delegates from all parts of the old - commonwealth, assembled at the Ben All theater Tuesday afternoon, charg ed with the Important duty of formu lating a party platform that Is expect ed to spell victory for tho Republican state ticket this fall and to redeem - Kentucky fro...

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 June 1915

r k Vfc W1MMIMWM MMMMMMBBM1BMB1BMK1MM1 s s Fruit Jars and Cans 5 ARE NOW IN SEASON titt Wocnrry a good Btock and prices nro right. Also Jar Rubbers and Pnrownx. I 4 lit nil r H4S " .BHaR A J --- - 1 I II iii-m-h-m-i w-H-ll-l-1 -HH l ' - -- ' ll " H-"': " w UKTS 10 v I r- 'V k?- . ft" I 'tV -. it t , -. 3 "! tv 3,' XiL t?$Xif.7t RKMtit.HMlc 1Mb PjlM.1 I'OBIW I.KlHHUi-tm It's u loitir )' "(ilium suffrage, A long way (o K" It's n long nay (n woman suffrage, Hut wnteli how llioy grow. So Ils gontMiy voteless woman, Farewell, "nntN," deurj It's been a long way to woman suf frage, Hut It's almost here. commencement exercises. Following Is the program of tho commencement cxorclBUB to bo hold at tlio Muysvlllo High School auditorium nt 8 p. in. on Thursday: "Sweet Urlnr Overtures"... Orchestra Invocation Itcv. Will Campbell Salutatory... Mary Adelaide Cummins "Moru-Ulso" Alphons Czrbulka Girls' Glee Club. "Historical Maysvlllo" Naomi Elizabeth Mathews. "Maysvllle's Hall of Fame" Huth Cuinin...

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 June 1915

wVN' ' .' '.r i:ft faw&&ri&&.tt!v THE DAILY PtTOLIO LEDOEE, WSDHHBDAVi TOME ,.1010, Hfl i i fi V K jl fJ w IS B-- r:-- S ,t' N &sj' j- R-vv- mi .. ' THE PUBLIC LEDGER r-ss. uiiir-hxcit tUHPit, rpuimi or jolt, and cnmiTBii. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING 0. B, Dietrich John Janvier Goetl.nd bunt Ulilaoca TWition No. 40. omcs lnlrtO nt theMvvlIlf, Ky., l'oitoffice tccond-claiis mail mutter. suiiMHiriwxs-iu' mail. One Yer,... .. ............ nis MuiiIIili .... Tlirvo Jlimlli. ..... . ............... vHLiyjiitJiU zy VAiutici:,: Far Month........... B OnU l'ayabli to Colltctor at tnil of JontA. WHAT CAUSES MALARIA? For years tbe real cause of fen. "known. Now it is known to be i ' of a certain kind of mosquito. ' ' The very name malaria is ' misleading, as it means bad air. In reality bad air litis absolutely nothing to do with causing the disease, except that jnore malaria mosquitoes breed in marshy, damn places, as water is 'its native element. The mosquito that gives malari...

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 June 1915

BBflWW"jp W4 riusdAV. J"uoel7, - Titfe DAILY UBtt LEDGER, WKDrEBUAYHWNi!i-iO; 1015. - I- High School Commencement Tonight ,1 At High School Auditorium. Admission 25c. Get Your Tickets at Willliams' Dru; Store. No, Extra Charge For Reserved Seats. mm? : x l 8. 'fa JP' .'.. . ."U J '. J 1 i t m A It Is the man uli IMrns to Loth Jr. of the question nh. meets the shies of the iiie Ki cutest number f liars. jjjj..j..j..J..J..J. J. JIJiM$"M LOVES OF GREAT AMERICANS. I j. j. j-jJJJIJMIHM I John Adam's Love Affair. A young Braintree, Mass., lawyer fell in love with the Wey mouth minister's daughter. And trouhle set in. On the face of it the match .seemed suitable enough. For Vohn Adams was earning a fair income and his prospects looked tolerably bright. Abigail was one oi the Hev. William Smith's three daughters, and the Hev. Smith was not overblessed with money. But those were the days of men ial and family aristocracy in New IOngland at least. And a minister always ranked high. 1 fact, an...

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 June 1915

V ft x M i THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1915. , II . mm '.... -1 .,..,.,- 'J ( BT t i8 ii 'Jr ;r- rtt t" ' te I.- ?V w Genuine Palm Beach Suits ' A fine display o all the 'latest patents in Palm Beach Suits in our East window. "Whether you want a Norfolk or Flain Sack we have it. Athletic Underwear. Outing Shirts. Palm Beach Belts. Palm Beach Hose Supporters. Panama and Plain Straw Sailors all for the hot summer days. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE l! jou hate trlcndi vlilllaf you, or II you are (olnf on i r'oll, please drop ua a not. .o that tiled. Mr. Luke Dye, of Flemingsburg. was in thlB olty Wcducsduy on busl ncas. Mrs. Frank Wilkes, of Chicago, Is visiting .Mrs. Surah Wilkes, of Wash ington. Mr. Shelby Collins, of Flemings- burg, yds in this ctty Wednesday on bnslr.'Gss. ' ' Mr. C. 13. Wiles, of Uourbon coun ty, was In this city Wednesday sit ing friends. Mrs. J. P. Taylor, of Winston-Salem, N. C, is the guest of Miss Phoe...

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 June 1915

r ft' . H !w v I W io v 1 1 . iM ar..,.,u MAYSVILI.E, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1915. x. izi r- r.v --?' Here rest the uslics of Ahraliam Kilo, lVho stopped to see ttto roughnecks llRlilJ As mi Innocent H) slander ten lung lie .stood, Ami lie should lime (led when the Heddlng was good. S5S BANQUET- DANCE TONIGHT .loll) Time In Store At the School Itiilldiug This livening. High The members of the Alumni Asso ciation of the Sln.vsville High School vill hold their annual bumiuct and dance this evening In the Masvllle High School building. The bamiuet will take place at 7:30 o'clock, and the arrangements Include addresses by somo of the prominent citizens. It Is promised that this is to be the best entertainment ever glum by the association Blneo its organization. The bamniut will be sered by the ladles of the First Hnptibt church, whose reputation as servers of dell clous spreads is already firmly es tablished. Promptly at 10 o'clock the dance will begin. The music for this oc casion ...

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 June 1915

3wv: f 1 r- 2. - THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 100 . . j 'iJU )'-' tfr..i ' ut ? sV 0? ,? st w ih hi :- y ifc-v." 'iU" P W- )V j j i'X :& THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAILT KXOirt SUM1UT, TOUHTIl Of JUIT) TUAHMOIV1HU , ANU ClIUHTMAi. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING 0, B. Dietrich John Janvier tiOOl ni1Uti(t Mn Aft orriCB-roiiuo Lcnain iiuimiino, 9UUnos Telephone lU. 4U. jiaibvillb. KT. Kntered at the Mayavllle, Ky., Poitoffice n sccond-clam mail matter. auiisviurjiuA's-uyjiAiL, Onr Vrnr nix niiniuiu Tlir- .Month. - DKLlVXitKD UV UAUlllJCJt,: l'er nuulli - 5 CenU Vaiablt to Colltctor at tnd of ilontli. THE FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT CLAUSE. "Wo have 3eeu that many of the provisions of the Underwood tariff law were so crudely constructed that they were susceptible of several interpreta tions, rendering them ineffective until their true meaning had been judicially determined. That paragraph which it is thought was intended to give a 5 per cent discount in customs duties on merchandise imported ...

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 June 1915

"v, J ' fii . ' . , ' . H , ' THE DAILY PUBLIO LEDGER, FWDAY, JUNE 18, 101C. ASHINGTON THEATER "THE SISTER'S SOLACE," Biograph Drama "ROONEY, THE BRIDE," Edison Comedy "FRESH AGENT," Lubin Comedy CURTISS & CO., Singing and Dancing JACK FINE, Comedy Singing and Dancing: Admission 5c x 10c ' ...,, , LTrrrr jH jfUL-J'1 4wjBl B0t tl i lB J"PsBiH ' 'di fc MBit JPK . tr ' lF '.' ? 5-1 ft ' 'J A mini win lie reconciled to any surl of expenditure if none of (lie monej heloiiKed Jo him. I I- LOVES OP GREAT ! AMERICANS. Bayard Taylor's Tragic Romance. A ID-yea r-old hoy son of a fanner's widow tramped Park How in 1S4-L looking in vain for work in the newspaper offices Tliirty-fonr years later his hoily was to lie in state in New York City Hall, just across from Park l?ow. and the world of letters was to mourn him. The boy was Iiayard Taylor. At 13 he had been a self-taught linguist; at 10 a schoolmaster; at 17 a printer, and at 18 a full Hedged poet ami newspaper writ el . And from early ...

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 June 1915

'.. V tM v. u.s ; THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 191$. Kftwr,,!, r'"' "- -j""""1""'' ' A-- -IT-T ..-.-- JM &. ft - Genuine Palm Beach Suits A flno display of nil the latest patents in Pulm Bench Suits in our East window. Whether v ' you wnnt a Norfolk or Plain Sack we have it. Athletic Underwear. Outing Shirts. Palm Beach Belts. Palm Beach Hose Supporters. Panama and Plain Straw Sailors all for the hot summer days. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE It you hire friends yIjIiM you. or II you arc total on a ""'sit, please drop us a not .s lhal ellecl. 1 , tv r J KW ir. r- Kfr Bv7 1 . m if Mr. P. 12, Hertford, of Paris, was lu this city Thursday on business. , Mrs. C. K. Spell, of Mt. Carmel, was In this city Tliursday on business. v Mr. E. F. Howe, of Kllzuvlllc, was In this city Thursday on business. Mr. A. E. Smith, of Sinlthboroguh, was i, business visitor here Thurs day.-' ,- Mr. Laurancc Wilson, of Washing ton, D. C, is visiting ...

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 June 1915

m k i Fruit Jars and Cans i ARE NOW IN SEASON " Wo carry a good stock and prices are right. Jj Also Jar Rubbers and Parowax. fi 1 .j f i ;ei0er ' I (1 V ; & t?Jtssx,t Rgpt.ru.ia.w- nfi fjtiiv ravua isonrit- mi Wrt wisi: max. "I'm first (o don straw lints" sM Hooks, "I'll lie the Hrst to cast one; Tor I know dial the first ono looks .Much hotter than the Inst one." sui:s for invoitci:. A potltlon for divorce was filed In the Circuit Court on Friday by Mrs. Mary Alice Mount, against her liuo band, John T. Mount. The petition recites that they were married In Car lisle on December 16, 11)09, nnd have three children, whoso ages range from two to live years. The plaintiff al leges that the defendant abandoned her a week after the birth of their last child, joining the United States army, and is still a member of that organization, being stntloned at Gal veston, Tex., with the Nineteenth In fantry. The plaintiff asks a settle ment In the sum of $500 and for all eosts of court. As the ...

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 June 1915

-V', HT .'"' .. ; THE DAILY EUBLIO LEDGER, SATURDAY, JUNE ,10, r 2. V i i - ' " . ,11015. -- - ; ft l I K1 i? TK- Li'T B Z9. ft &4 ; w i . r,H. S fc. ., '4 & w . k . r r. vj i ','THE PUBLIC LEDGER VklhX BXClrt SUNDAY, TOUllTH Of JULf, AND CHRISTMAS. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING 0. B, Dietrich 30hn Janvier Goes I nd Long Qlit&noe Telephone No. 40. orrios Kuteted at the Maysvlllc, Ky., roto(Iice ns suiiavttiMWiia-UY mail. Ono Yrnr , nl Montlia. Tlire Mi.iiIIi UKUVJiUKU BY VAllltlJCJl,'. rer SI n Hi OnU v 1'pyable to Collector at tnd of THE CONVENTION. On Tuesday, there convened, in the Ben AH Theater, in Lexington, aH representative a body of men a3 has ever gathered under one roof in the ' state or' Kentucky, when the- convention met to ,' adopt a platform upon which the Republican party shall stand in its efforts to rescue the state J'rom Democratic rule, and place it squarely in line to do its full duty in the national campaign. Most of the constructive legislation, now upon '...

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. — 19 June 1915

Wm w i i r ". V- v- J2 rx f ' THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, SATURDAY,, JUNE lb, 1015. ' S. T WASHINGTON THEATER "THE SISTER'S SOLACE," Biograph Drama "ROONEY, THE BRIDE," Edison Comedy "FRESH AGENT," Lubin Comedy CURTISS & CO., Singing and Dancing JACKFINE, Comedy Singing and Dancing Admission 5c & 10c irHktfMfe uflB i' UJft !'' IV I I ' - lr ' :s : '-. ft ' d. "it. V ' vll lot strong moil arc the result of exercise in ou'rcoinhig obstacles. HM"M"I-M M-MMH"H"fr I LOVES OF GREAT AMERICANS. j. j. j.jj...jjiijjj j -i Jefferson Davis' First Love. A young army lieutenant tall and straight and slender as an Indian went in ISM to vibit his regimental commander at a fron tier post. The lieutenant! was Jefferson Davis. The colonel was Znchary Taylor. The colonel had three daughters. "With the sec oud of the trio Lieutenant Davis promptly fell in love. Davis was only 25, and had not long been out oi West Point; but he had already won fame in the army for courage and for military genius. Co...

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. — 19 June 1915

W'.i-' ' ft r4Si V5 fA'h'i6 Svt'll, J J. -ir . Am-. v 1 A 1 I THE DAILY PUBLIC LBDOBR, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1010. fSmMfjSSIllSWTW M .' v: V, m & ijr Vacation Time V fy. Are you going away? If so, prepare for your comfort by providing proper trunks, suit cases and bags. We are show ing a new line of travel ing goods. It will pay you to look at our line , before buying. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mayaville's Foremost Clothiers. BMBM1ESULTS Fill DAY'S ItKSl'LTS. Nntlonnl League. Boston 2, St. Louis 3. New York C, Pittsburg 7. Urooklyn-Clilcngo, wet grounds. PJilladolphlti-Cinclnnntl, rain. American League. St. Louis 1, lloaton 3. Chiengo 11, Philadelphia 4. Detroit 5, Washington 3. Clovoland-Now York, postponed. GAMES TODAY. Nntlonnl League. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. New, York at Pittsburg. Boston at St. Louis. HERE AND THERE II you he Irltadi vlsllinf you. or II you are ioing on a ''ill, pirns drop ui a aol .o that tiled. &. m & ki . m Mr. William Cole Is...

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. — 21 June 1915

7 'S Vf T m i. K r ' ?"",. V ' tj itr- orv At frMrti ''Si. r v a rk .i " r J 1 4 ' .. 4.. v kK m wA--ii iBflMDlMMMIHHHMHlHiN WEATHER- PROBABLY FAIR. a Fruit Jars and Cans B ARE NOW IN SEASON J Wo cnrry n good stock nnd prices aro right. 2 Also Jur Rubbers and Parowax. ftoMfc feJrfler r v,' 3 DINGER BROS., 107 West 'Second Street. tvmm MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1015. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Phone 20. V daily vajLia i.Maiui-m ivi. i UlcVSafl tlAlB ME1K ( ,v- - .. isi . K: k&e 11 H' . , AN OLD-FASHIONED AUCTION SALE r Thursday, June 24, Afternoon and Evening AT EDGEMONT-ON-THB-PIKE Free autos will convey you to th gronnd. We hope that all of Maysville and surrounding country will meet us there Thursday afternoon. We will have Brass Band Music. Some very delightful presents to be given away, the best being a free I villa site. W? .MUM) .MAIL CAUUIKIt ILL, IS THAT SO! (LtiRo MeLuke.) lVlieii j nn pour Itooc out of u bottle, If It's do lie without a lliike, Ihu sound It iiuiKi"...

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. — 21 June 1915

JW w w Mi J "'Ml THE DAILY tUfcLtd LEDdER, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1916.V i" 'i I- 5 '9f m PHT -' K .' -'i Wi- ft -r ',. ! &r MT1". ' iTHE PUBLIC LEDGER t-w , 1U1LT IXC11T SUNDAY, rOUHTII or JULY, lUMKtOIVINU AND CiiniaTMAI. ' i - i THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. 0. E, Diotrlch Qoneral Managor froha Janvier Editor :- ..LooaI nd Long jplsunoe Telephone No. 40. orrioi rURMC MCiiaiu buildinu, matbvilLb. kt. ' Hntered l the Maysvlllc, Ky., l'otoffice n sccond-clnai mall matter. SUBSUUIVIWNS-UY MAIL, One YeMr jIx Mouths. ... TUrcci Moutli . ,.a ou .. 1 HO .. 75 DKUVJCHKD VY VMUllSU,'. Per Mouiu...... its I'tuit rayable to Collector at end ot Month. BE A BUILDER, NOT A DESTROYER. i.V -9. I ?j , , .., , . Are you a Duuucr, or are you a destroyer Are you seeking to advance the community in which you live, or arc you diverting your efforts to 'its ultimate destruction' There is no happy mid- v" die ground and you are bound to one or the other. You are either a benefit to the town or you are &am...

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