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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 26 June 1915

'Sffl IT j f ' ::'vswt HE DAILY PPBLIO LEDGER SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1015. ' . S. JWCOTTON BAGS at Special Prices Buy Before the Advance. Wheat Is Plentiful and Cotton Bags Will Advance. We Have Ten Thousand For Sale Cheap. Call and See Them. HsL . O 3R, XT JLj jj C3 C3 - T G3 GS hop f,,i t f cl i .-, f J 1; i .1 i t .-! - iTJ - tl M -"rr -t . f 'Ja Ho (lint Judges without informing himself to the utmost t lint he is can utile rim not acquit himself of Judfr lug umiss. Locke. : : ! GREAT PEACE TREATIES I ! j ? .j. j j. .j. IM- J ! I I I $ Treaty of Berlin, Following the Russo-Turkish War. A Turkish force, under Aehmet Agn, one day in May, 1S7G, march ed upon the Mulgar town of Ba tak, where a revolt was brewing. (Revolts have always been brow ing in the Ualkaus.l Aehmet Aga bade the town folks surrender, and he promised them safety if they would do so. They yielded, foolishly relying on his pledge. The Turks massacred lliem and burned down a church wherein women and children had taken r...

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. — 26 June 1915

wmrjm, TOSWiTCStieiKFm AVI 1 . Lv E;v . B t , r i 'Si?1 '' Iif fin" Si1 3& .J . . t THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1MB. rN-- IV 4 & t: " t Quality First That is our' first consid eration in buying Palm Beach Suits , and the prices arc within your reach. See East window . for the newest designs in Palm Beaches. Price $6.50 to $7.50. "White serge and black and white strip trousers $3.50 to $5. Palm Beach Trousers $3. Athletic Underwear 50c to $1.50. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MayBvillo's Foremost Clothiers. V. S. -MAILS KOT TO TOUCH BELLIGERENT POUTS. HERE AND THERE II you hr friend Tlslllnf you, or il you are (olnf on a r'lll, plme drop us a not .o Ihil tllf cl. Mr. S. Parker, of Ewlng, was lu this city Friday on business. Mr. T. B. Shotwell, of Ripley, was here Thursday on business. Mr. R. A. Coughlln, or Paris, was in tills city Friday on business. MrwXathan PJerce, of Fleming coun ty, -was here Friday shopping. Mr. O. L. Bartlett and wife were in Cincinnati Frida...

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. — 28 June 1915

rTTSH 'W 'PI,'! " hTCLijIlX vr ; &t. ' sysKrV Hr j Jr, ' ,". T i'. . j r- " ix "- t- I V k- .T - '. r -'V jp i V . m" y i ::, SP V. i,H, , f n P.,,' .w I Fr ' WEATHER-PROBABLY wv; III winter man protects Ills chest, The hI)IIs1i girl exposes hers; Which ina j be just cMictl) wli) 'riu girl must lime her siiniiiier furs. WILL WKl) THIS AFTL'HXOOX. Miss Aim Howard, tho charming cousin of Mrs. T. M. Kussoll, will bo united In marriage this afternoon at 2 o'clock to Mr. Normun I. I-.ee. Tho wedding will take place at the resi dence ot Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Uussell, and will bo a quiet affair, only a few invited friends and relatives being present. Kev. W. D. Campbell will of llclate. The bride-to-be Is ono of Mnys ille's fairest daughters and comes from one of the best and oldest fam ilies In this part of Kentucky, while tho groom Is tho traveling represen tative of Swift & Company, and has a very responsible position with that Immense concern. He Is a young man of sterling worth a...

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. — 28 June 1915

vr THE DAttV POBllIO LEDOEE, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 101 ,a ,. j: A !-- i fiV j ji -.if ' fQi m vt M V ,f ye .- 3t -THE PUBLIC LEDGER tuiLT ixcirr ionuat, roOKTii or juit, tu1kuivimo AND CIintSTMAR. THE LEDGER PUBLISHINa COMPANY. 0. E. Dietrich Qonoral Manager Oohn Janvier Editor CooaI and tang 'JlsUnco Telephone No. 40. orricK rUBLio ledoiii iiuimjino, XATBVILLR, KT. KtitereJ at the Mnysvllle, Ky., Tontofflce as nceoud-cUss malt matter. suunvjtii"jwxn-vr mail. One Yeitr HIk Moulin. ... Tlirrtt Moulin . ..S 0(1 .. I BO .. 76 VKLtVKIlKl) BY VAlllilKB'. rr Moutlu........... 3D Cent rayablt to ColUetor at end of Jon!A. SO SIMPLE IT'S TRUE. . Sometimes we run across a person who alwnys has a wail because his neighbors have plenty and' he lias nothing. And if wc could just follow them to the end of their careers we would probably find the neighbors-continuing in the enjoyment of plenty, while" the wailer drifts along with his accumulation of nothing. And then, if we cared to dig down and exhume...

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. — 28 June 1915

r'.v- r v yar : . ;. -i -m'; w .:.. "?;? v? - "'Jf ' nfpr; 3 " 8. . & " ' . S .'5 K DAlLtJBUO LfiDQBE, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1015. 5 BAGS at Special Prices I Buy Before the Advance. Wheat Is Plentiful and Cotton Bags Will Advance. We Have Ten Thousand For Sale Cheap. Call and See Them .I'VJ . y ZMZ G - fCOTTON 3R, TJ 3 S IE3 L 3L, O O . I ( ?',- Chautauqua Music, Vocal and Instrumental, Will Be Fea ture of Eventful Week Complete Change of Program Each Day, With Afternoon and Evening Concerts by Stars of the Profession. TIIB Kentucky Entertainers, the Elwyn Company and tlio Chicago Ladles' SIiirIuk Party nrc three musical organizations scheduled for this sea son's Chnutauqua. They will present programs that are varied and full of Interest, and the members are thoroughly experienced in Chau tauqua work. Miss Olive Kobcrt.son, planistc; Alexander J. Spiegel, violinist, and Miss Anna Cbnstnln Ilayues, soprano, are the Kentucky Entertainers. Musical critics of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Lou...

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. — 28 June 1915

,: v- , .V ''; i I iflEFf .. -a & V ' . Quality First That is our first consid eration iu buying Palm Bench Suits , nnd the prices are within your reach. Sec East window for the newest designs in Palm Benches. Price $6.50 to $7.50. White serge and black and white strip trousers $:i.50 to $5. Palm Beach Trousers $3. Athletic Underwear 50c to $1.50. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville 's Foremost Clothiers. SwKkI .ASZ " H QRCH MMS HERE AND THERE II jou hire Itlendj vlsltinf you, or II you ir f olnf on a r'lll. pleaid drop us a not ,o that ctlec. ' S. h- '$ Mr. J. K. Kernnn, of Paris, Is here today on business. Altj W. J. Curtis, ot AH. Olivet, is In this city for n fow days. air. J. B. Sparks, of ait. Olivet, wus hero Saturday on business. air". John Bauer was in Cincinnati Suiday to attend the ball game. rf Miss Louise Summers, of Flemlngs burg, was shopping here Saturday. , airs. It. H. Xewcll and Miss alary jXewell are shopping in Cincinnati air. John Cochran, of Cleveland, was 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. — 29 June 1915

M. r"f: h' HT? "ifl '' ,fc" ' i P1?. V WEATHHR-PROBABLY FAIR. Sunshine Brand Cakes 5 S and Biscuits public "Ve now have the agency for this superior line 'of cakes in bulk and pneknges. Come 'a and let us show you this new line. 3 DINGER BROS., 107 West Second Street. Phone 20.' MAYSVILI.E, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ffskSXji REpr,r.i.ta.iei iv bjx r l'veuo tsiHisit-twn r-l r M ' . I AJjjftfS PI' There's one Ihliig rather innrks htm From oriUnarj geeks, He hasn't told a Ford )arn For weeks nnd necks nml weeks. YOUNG DESPERADOS Three Colored Hojs Terrorlo Neigh borhood Hold l'n mid Jtob Youth. INJUNCTION GRANTED Judge Xowell Issues Hestrninliig Order Which AYI1I Ho IiiiiiicilN ntely Tnken To Higher Court. PRETTY HOME WEDDING .Miss Anna Hell Howard Becomes llrlde ot 31 r. Norman I. Lee. Monday morning about 10 o'clock the neighborhood along GuBt Third street was the bcciio of a during hold up and robbery on the part of some youths. Alex. Kirk, aged 13, colore...

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. — 29 June 1915

Wvf r r lW';. to Vv ...:!. THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1MB. 2. f f Jtf. v PR K8 V x ttV t - :y w- i " rfc I Vr. m u- r f r - nCr-- 9k, . f . ft u I. tf ; TfiE 'PlUBLfC LfeBGER dailt jxo.it suniui, rouittu or jult, TiuNtceutviNii AND CHMSTMA8. ,' THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. 0. E. Dietrich Gonoral Managor "John Janvier Editor .OUUnee Telephone No. 40. ornuH rUBLio ludoiu huiluimi, HATSVILLK. KT. - Vm 'Holered nt the Mnysvllle, Ky., t'onloRicc ns sccc-ml-cUs ninll mailer. SUHHVUlVlWXS-nY HAIL. One Yfiir (3 00 Nix Month inn Tlirm OTimtli 76 - DKLIVKUKI) U VMUUKli:. I'er Monlli :M Cent VayabU to Volltclor at tnd of Month. THE SOLID SOUTH. Tlie Southern states, juul partieulnrly those hor ,dering on the Gull! of Mexico, have, for so long i time, voted themselves in the Democratic column, that the solid south has heeomc almost traditional, but for some time we have been hearing nothing irom tJiiit section hut uissatisiaelion, which has steadily grown as the people have co...

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. — 29 June 1915

war." vr - . v W .t"i . " Jl "-- ' J ' ' W 7- .t..y ,-?' v VV A '. . Mf wa , Jk . 4 f ." i HE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915. BAGS at Special Prices Buy Before the Advance. Wheat Is Plentiful and Cotton Bags Will Advance. We Have Ten Thousand For Sale Cheap. Call and See Them t5 , :& ' TI Skrw JLj JLnj L vj 1 . MF"Y"jnav ' : iCOTTON 3 f i r ? ::;i i r$ 6 iVlV. iltfife SEv Yos Wo Havo It And we honestly bclievo that jtpXC$!L Hair Tonic is tho best Lair tonic on the market COo a bottle. Sold only by us. Clionoweth Drug Co., Inc. V J We shall lie Judgi'd, not ly what te might luuc been, hut what we Iiimc hcen. Sewell. COUNTY AGENT. CASEY'S AC- COUNT OP TRIP TO "THE PENNY- RILE" "Who ever heard of such a thing. The fanners from one end of the state visiting the farmers of an other part ; it was unprecedented. It certainly looks as if the fann ers are beginning to take an in terest in one another, and want to learn something from each other. The Mason county delegation, ...

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. — 29 June 1915

& H f ' & 'V r t. I? &. s 'it fy. H K 'i rii THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, iota f. U' wi f Quality First Tlmt is our first consid v oration in buying Palm Beach Suits , nud the prices are within your reach. See East window for the newest designs in Palm Beaches. Price $6.60 to $7.50. "White serge and blnck and white strip trousers $H.50 to $5. Palm Beach Trousers $3. Athletic Underwear 50c to $1.50. Geo. II. Frank & Go. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II you hare friends Tlilllo( tou, or It j-ou ir (olnf on r'tlt, pleue drop ui a not .9 that tiled. GLEAN UI'. . V Mrs. Sam JIugliard was shopping In Cincinnati Monday. Mr. John Marshall, of Sardls, was hero Monday on business. Mr. P. V Qcrbrlch was in Flcmlnga- burg Monday on business. Mr J. B. Colvln, of Augusta, Is In tlilsMjlty today on business. Hon. M. M. Durrett, of Covington, is hero today visiting rolatlves. Mr. Nathan Becker, of Ripley, O, is in this city today on business. Mr. Frank...

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. — 30 June 1915

MJi-iffiF ?w?mmB - SEP -. - -Pw g WEATHER-PROfcABLY HAIR. . ' ' ' , ?. xaXL p'. . - . , VM? - ifMn.t a,,i,n, - MAYSVILI.E, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1915. jHL - ,1. 9AL1 VOfl lOLKI'UBU- m ' ' H4 ")m: TUA,L MOSU3,13NT T0 Iu: ATTEMPTS SUICIDE H .,' 'mST'Sn "& IltillLANII .ir. J; ttWl - Hi:it I'HAYLU. "Ucur (3ml, please make mo a good L11S4 nlghfi prnjc Utile (hu'ii, "And li' n( lli.sl )oii don't succeed, .lust lr), tr nguln." hank of maysvii.1.k, .national uankintj association, itiii,isiii:s crimmt. ' AHLi: STATJIIINT. Elsewhere In tlijs issue will bo found the statement of the lank of Maysville, National Ranking Associa tion, showing its condition at the close of business June 2.1, 11)15. A cursory glance at the statement shows that there are no overdrafts nor bills payable, and whllo an analy sis of the whole statement can not but reflect credit upon the manage ment ' of this bank, the absence of overdrafts Is especially commendable, and the fact that there arc no bills paya...

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. — 30 June 1915

3r v ? w EW r-2. THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 1010. - ..A-, .- . . i '.", ., ''V'-i m f r.'r M' RK ?f tfjc' '& . fc ?u & " if fti " ft,. . MVS. W. THE PUJBLIC LEDGER' UAIM BXCWT SUNDAY, TOUHTU Of JUI.Y, TUANKiUlVWU ANU CIIIU8TMAB. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. 'Johu Jauvior , Editor , 0. E, Dietrich Oonoral Manager Local Mid Lone OlsUnee Telephone No. 40. urricB runi.io lkdubii iuiiluinii, MATBTILLB. KT. "itn'tercil at the Mayavlllc, Ky Postofflcc ns nccoml-ctiuH mail mailer, I . XUllSUUJV'JJUNS-liV MAIL. One Year Ms Mlitli.. ..... Tlir01oiilli.... .... (10 i no 76 VJCUVKRKO 11 Y VAlllUKll'. Per Montis , 5 Crnii 1'iiyabltto Uolttclor at end of Jtonti, THE BRICK STREET LITIGATION. A few days ago Mr. 1. M. Lalie ami others iilod suit against the city, alleging the illegality of the ordinance under whieh Hie brick streets are to be laid and prayed for an injunction restraining the city from proceeding further with the work. On Monday Judge Newell decided in favo...

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. — 30 June 1915

vMt3iiBfliKllEjK V WJt . ! flr ? "CTtjsW! fe f W V -, - :f ' & - . DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5o,,1015. . - v-j ...r.- . j- j. . a r w What Shall the Future Be? fP r Thni is the nuestion. Wo have commenced selling: futures. Never in our life have we seen nrinns so low Tf. innira in r,, ; n, : u.. txr . ft ii 7iattta TT?n DWAnnPC nA n at.iw.wwta nAxrxrw. Di?nnno -u ":::: ":"." ."..." ID "lu Mmu lu " VVG caa huh yuu ii.jjLL'vi.vix iyxvj.i imvuiu nuu uauu-vinuxi vx x iavyixiao uuuapor luiiu you ever oougut uicm. Kusscll can no, oulv ffive vou the lowest prices but also the best quality, so investigate before too late. J & J :m: . c jLj X-i CJ CD m ... - - - - ,- - -- I ! , TT 3 3 El R' W 'OKCtAJL Dyspepsia Tablets ; LWiII Roliovo Your Indigestion Chenoweth Drug Co., Inc. man can mortgage IiIh Injustice as a pinwi for Ills fidelity. Burke. NEW FRUIT JUICES FOR THE HOME. Washington, 1). C Tliat the juice of currants, blackberries, black raspberries, sour cherries and pe...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 June 1915

fW 7r 5T' H v .. Tf v H " lvl 3hi 4. THE DAILV PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30Nl0lb. Uk IF , sV Wis.. r ,-f m aor "V V. Quality First That is our first consid eration in buying Palm 'Beach Suits , and the prices arc within your ' reach. Sec East window for the newest designs in Palm Beaches. Price - $0.50 to $7.50. "White serge and black and ' white strip trousers $3.50 to $5. Palm Bcich Trousers $3. Athletic Underwear 50c to $1.50. Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II you hire frlrndi vltlllnf you, or II you tie (oln on a r'ill, pleate drop ui a ool . that tiled. HIYKH NEWS. aaugo CO feet nml falling rnthor slowly. x Stcnmor Joo Kowlor, tlio Cincinnati I'lttHburg excursion Htcmnur, will pusu up fur Pittsburg; today, Stcniuar Courier la tlio up-tlio-rlvof packet from Cincinnati for Pomoroy tonight. Steamer Tncotna Is the ilowu-the-rlvcr packet from Pomoroy to Cincin nati today. Captain Hen Poyntz, of this city, bus moved Ills palatial houseboat...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 July 1915

VI prav vwrawoHiv wimm,,mw? gui"t mMmivx i m . n my wrarFJiKU 4.5IVH IWN'y, SiT1"- iT -'JKi .. . '.va... w -fu v?i m$ ty K..v , '' l !r i -. WEATHER-PROBABLY SHOWERS. VAIL l VOJUM l.riHII'1- M Ono lltllu .simple song nc hlng, To lirlili'N lini lien I j weds Just niaJio (he lu'st of cut) thing, L'spcciall), did Iirentl. JUXi: JIARRIAUKS 1'ALL OIT. A glnnco over the record of mar rlago licenses Issued during the mouths of June, 1U14, and June, 1915, shows n material reduction In the number of licenses Issued. In June, 1914, County Clerk James Owens gavo thirty-three couples the "scrap of paper" that permits them to beconio man and wife. This year, for some unknown reason, possibly the war or the "high cost of living or loving," only nineteen licenses have been granted. The county ollicials that are allowed to marry couples have also Leon rudely awakened to the state of affairs, for of the nineteen licenses Isaued only seven have been mnrrled Ly the oillcers of the commonwealth. It lsv...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 July 1915

I if t ' ;? , v , V THE DAILY PUBLIO LEDGER, THURSDAY, JULY 1, J015. 3 - -' C- Kfc W? J'( - b. TH'E PUBEIC LEDGER UA1LT IXCIPI SUNDAT, roUllTIl Ot JUJ.T, TUANUBOIVINU AND CII1URTMAB. ;4' i ' THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. VDohn Janvier Editor 0. E. Dietrich Qoneral Manager -, Local and Lonn : 'Jlat&Dca Telephone No. 40. orricK runLto lkduch builoinu, MATBV1LLI. KT. ltnlered nt the Maysvltle, Ky., l'ostolTice ni Kceoml-clami mail matter. SUU8UitU"JWXS-llYJtAlL. Our Ymr " K (11k Minillii J Three. Moulin " VKLIVKUKD 21 r VMS1UKU'. , Ter Moull '" ' 1 ' l'dyablt to COtltctor at tnd Ot Montl. SWIMMING. v I J. E. .V te,; R IK, &? Now that the summer has fairly started, our thoughth naturally turn to boating, fishing and like sports tliu enjoyment of which takes us away from , the heat of the city during many a sultry after noon. Whether it b,e boating, fishing or bathing at the bar that attracts us, swimming will play its. part, and we venture a few suggestions concerning that spor...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 July 1915

PiPfSPPWiPI -J m. SLVtf-T . ,.,ii,FV J.1 Ztffiffiji .f "? JTWnF -'A i ,fv TCi 'Uifcr,-rtKi i,''.. iL-e -- "Uavl t '",.. a " a: 4 i - v mjvy "w iTt "Wit ' A ' V V. . "V T ".-l I1-, -r-- '. , ii 'J ? r 1 V 'v V , '. ' S' . PHE DAILY PUBLiO LEDGER, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1016. 3. -vt What Shall the Future Be? m m r . r lil4 ' fci -a. That is the question. We have commenced selling; tutures. JNever in our lile have we seen prices so low. It looks like now is the time to buv Wp on nil ii AATTPAmTTi TM)Ti?n owAnni?Q nA nATTi?m?TTA nATVTxrwn. xi?Anm?c3 u i i i ,i . J: u. 3a sen you ijalji i:jirs in. uixj.au j. jxo.ujli.iuu uu uivuuvxunn vuxmiu x ixjiwjLLw uiiuapui tuau yuu ever uougui mem. itusseu can not only give you the lowest prices but also the best quality, so investigate before too late. 1 I 1 11 ..! 1 " A - . . l- -- HA. .- .Ia... M.4- .-. V X., X-j CO - ,i oBnwUbi wurf XJ 3 bJL' S3 . '(.. r - . if, 1 ' vff. rk TCI &4I r sva ii' 'i '.VJ V -f j"- !MS ; " I Watch Your Children Often c...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 July 1915

V "l tw VN . , J ,i. THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1916. r v 0 & :$ te t xa ii $ h iW HBs'" i p. '? 4 Quality First f That is our first consid- , oration in buying Pulm ; . Beach Suits , mid the prices are within your ' reach. See East window for the newest designs in Palm Beaches. Price $6.50 to $7.50. AVhite serge and black and white strip trousers $3.50 to $5. Palm Beach Trousers $3. Athletic Underwear 50c to $1.50. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II jou hart IrlenJs vljlllnf you, or il you ire t olof on a r'ait, pleaie drop us a not .o that eltect. w rJT 'w- ' V . M. l- -A 'H' Mr. J. Edward DurRor Ib visiting In Cincinnati. Mr. J. M. Jones, or Ewlng, was In this city Wednesday. Mr. W. Effom, ot Carlisle, Is in this !; jf city visiting friends. Mr. Iteeso Kirk was In Cincinnati $ Wednesday on business. Mr. C. A. Glascock, of Fleiningsburg, is' a business visitor today. 'Mrs. J. 13. Sherwood, of Ewlng, wns n shopper hero Wedn...

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. — 2 July 1915

"f 4 V, if- " Hf WEATHER-PROBABLY SHOWERS. HK- i . n . . , nK ' ' . Jf&'" W" CHAUTAUQUA PKOUltAM. tfMpf VmJhWfc ' Sclicilule. !$ df4s ! Children's Hour .... 8:30 a. m. J m .t. Igfi' To brides lmt iichIj ed; .j. IfflR ,T"8' n",''t, tl10 ',esl ot "rj tiling-, . Sp IlHpctfuHj, tho bread. . .j. V' -.-?.- -t---.t.-f-.fuf. .... .t.t..f. .Tola !' I- 1 W V '! 1 '1" "i"i- V V "" . iitimiv J, I. -t- T - 1 .... ..... .......... I.. .I.trt r.1,.. tlfUllltl 1 N '- .r. Qttytt MAYSVILI.E, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 191C. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ,) jr & v Mtt L : P. . ?P 0 ' 1 rf ? IJ J' .J. SO LEDMHt OX JIOMIAY. ! It Is tho long-established cub J torn of this newspaper to allow I a holiday on tho Fourth of July, I and as thut day comes on Sun I day this year, tho holiday will l be observed on tho following I day. Thero will, therefore, bo J no Issue of Tho Ledger on Mon-l- day, July 5. f. LEDGKIl PUBLISHING CO. i j. j. .j j j i"i 4 I ! 4 I l ! DEMENTEDWOMAN Claims She Is Properly Holder Causes C...

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. — 2 July 1915

IliHHErHKf w W jjti.s" k' . " R -as J ;&i rp- V T ( V I ' -rs i 1? r ,,-V THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, FRIDAY, JULY 2,1915'.' V r 1 r - r EStf w . ly "! ' Cm ." & r i. ' 1, .S't ?i ,gi$ . i ijw; ra i u- fav i, jr. mm- HP If. fcf Htf PUBLIC LEDGER 1IAILT SXCMT UNDAT, rOHHTM 6r JUI.T, AMD CIlltlBTMAS. '.THE LEDGER PUBLISHING KrT'Jflhii Janvier F-'- O. E. Dietrich U, .. , , , Local and Long K)n in I orriw-ruHLto ikdokii builbinu, -, , OUUnoe Telephone HU. tU. mitsvillb. ky. ty ... .-: p - Hutered a the Maysville, Ky., roilollice (is Bceouu-cia rami miner, aVB8VltlP'lWN8-li MAIL. One Year NIK Month. Thrctt Montha ..... DKLIVKRKD lty VA1UUKR,; lpr Monlli...... 'iS CVnU Payable to Collector at end of ilonlh. A SAFE AND SANE FOURTH. The efforts looking to u safe nnd sano observance of tho Fourth of July in no way tend to abridge the glory of the day, nor need they lessen in tho smallest degree the patriotic celebrations which mark the anniversary of that great event in 1770" ivjieii ou...

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