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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 July 1915

' ( ' utt-t.- TOMwrennM f r 4 S " ' M ti 3" ,r i ' H. t ;,i r "Rssa jf .- it MTr-imv: tir V' "vmr w;.w . r- ' j - . - i . T DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1110. p' J ; 8-tj ;j Mason County Building Savings Association fijf-Books Now Open for the 59th Series. We Pay Good Dividends.' L . t . : 4 v M 1214 J. F. BARBOUR, President. i5texa&OtcteBiete Sick headache, biliousness, piles, and bad breath oro usually caused by inac tive bowels. Get a box of Rcxall. Orderlies. They acb gently and effec tively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. Chenowoth Drug Co., Inc. If you really wish to insult a man ask him to bo identified. THREE OTHER SHIPS ARE SENT TO BOTTOM BY GERMAN SUBMA RINES. London, July 1. In addition to the Armenians, German subma rines have sunk a large British steamship, the Scottish Monarch; a Norwegian steamer, the Gjeso; the Norwegian ship Cambusken netli, and the Norwegian bark. Kotka. The French Ministry of Marine declares the Dutch steam ship Kenies sunk in the Olniit...

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. — 2 July 1915

tA?1 .?$i f V '( vmw'--tw .-WPu ' 'Mi' ' w ; r- vs' WU' St- '5' V i it i i i. 4 THE DAILY PUBLIC LBDQlGR, PRlDAV, JULY 2, 1016. ' . . ....... t! ' K.T T w w m The 4th of July and we won't shoot off any sky rockets, but we will sell a lot of genuine Palm Beach Suits, for we have the best, for $7.50 and a big variety. Geo. II. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II joa have Irleods vliillaf you, or II you irr (olnf on t r'lit, sletd drop ui not .s that tiled. PROGRAM Of tlto .Mason County Christian Mule School Contention. xw, . .' T-- i, Mrs. J. E. Whlnoser, of Ripley, was shopping In Maysvlllo on Thursday. Air. John Yantls, of Flomlngsburg, was In this city Thursday attending the Chautauqua. Mrs. Howell M. Finch, of Austin, Tex., Is vlBltlng her mother, Airs. U C Phlster, of West Third street. Rev. Robert Tolle, of Polndexter, was called hero to preach the fu neail of the luto H. C Tucker, at Stonellck. Mr. anil Mrs. Daniel Perrlne are at homo after n month...

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. — 3 July 1915

eJmHI ' iessus J-SOWTJi ff'SSjJFWw M9 ' r "r! M! VW II Jcraw few . if I W. . ft 4 ' ", ,. " I A -r '1 ft d i.' W MfVfciS Weather-generally fair. C They tried to change places TM1II0 In a canoe; You've heard of siicli nis(", Survivors are few. BRICK STREETS LOST Court of Appeals Suslalns Judge C. I. XchcH's DecNIim On tlio Loral Hrlck Streets Question. Hon. J. M. Collins, attorney for the plaintiffs In tho suit of I. M. Lane, ct als. vs. City of Maysvlllo and Huh & Schmidt Construction Company, to re strain the city from building brick streets on East Second street, re ceived a message from Frankfort late Friday arternoon, saying that Judge Settle, of the Court of Appeals, has affirmed tho decision of Circuit Judge C. D. Newell, holding tho brick streets ordinance Illegal on the ground that It had not been passed by a two-thirds vote of Council and granting tho re straining order. The declBlon of tho Court of Appeals was not unexpected, as in the opinion of many the law was very ...

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. — 3 July 1915

w A m TflE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, SATURDAY, JULY 1015, ' JS "WJ k ' W, &' F"fc t i. . '. v ?r If ?.. F BP' P a' E.'J If-' '.-. ' JV fW ' . L y . . t. t'ii, t V J?K- . ifi M THE 'PUBLIC ttEDGER UilLIRXCBl'r BONDAT, TODHIII Or JULI, TUANKBUIVINO AND CUtllBTKAS. . THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY, John Janvier Ed"or 0. E. Dlotrlch General Manager CooUnd lxnif ln . Ifl I orricK-r-UBLio ikdokb nuiMimo, 91itnoe Telephone ". 4Ui matsvill. kt. - "Kutered at theMaysvllte, Ky., I'otofficc as ceoud-clas mall mailer. avuavuiP'iWNs-BV mail. Our Ye ir - ..... 0 ,'dl ftltniilis ! "Three nniillia lHCLlVJMKD UY VA lilt I Kit,'. Ier Hftnlli -.'" Cent l'ayable to Volltctor at end of Jonll. ALABAMA'S LIQUOR ADVERTISING LAW. An Interesting ami exceedingly important con stitutional point is raised by the recently enacted Alabama law in reference to liquor; and it is not likely to be settled until the highest court in the land has spoken. "Whether prohibition is good or bad for Ala bama is a question which...

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. — 3 July 1915

v r i toJ DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1016. j i Vv ' ytel I Mason County Buildin Savings Association J. F. BARBOUR, President. gBooks Now Open for the 59th Secies. We Pay Good Dividends." D. HECHINGER, Vice President. T. M. RUSSELL, Secretary. R. K. HOEFLICH, Treasurer. Xcnrly eurj man mIio lins n fail would llktt to. si( i( made a study In the imiIiIIc schooK I 2 I I ! 4 ! 'I! 4 I $ 4 4 4I j UNITED STATES GIRLS WHO WED TITLES. 4 j. j .j. . j. j jjI I I ! ! ! I ! Anna Robinson Becomes Countess of Rosslyn. It was hardly to be expected that the marriage of the Karl of Kosslyn and Anna Kobinson would be a' happy one, for there was too much sensation connected with it, and with both parties concerned, to expect it to lie lasting in do mestic bliss. The Karl was eccen tric, and forgot the dignity con nected with his title, and the American girl was more or less of uu adventuress. Earl Kosslyn was the fifth to bear that title. He was a pro nounced failure as a duke, as he also ...

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. — 3 July 1915

''S$ ?i L'Jf, ?'U1H' t'f ?!? i 7' ' ,' ., ' ," ' '"' '' ' f ' i j I ST ',. ti a . S& 'A: fc 'V. ' y.. r Hli i . & it." i- I 4, - rr E. c, r 1 v3 " i "' wf- i r THE DAILY PUBttd LKDdER, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 191d. The 4th of July and we won't shoot off any sky rockets, but we will sell a lot of genuine Palm Beach Suits, for we have the best, for $7.50 and a big variety. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville 's Foremost Clothiers SOUYKNIH FLAGS GIVEN. Independence Day will be observed In the special servlcea In tho Bible school of tho Christian church. Sou venir flngB will bo glvon thoso who attend. -Miss Prulii, of the llctlpatli ( liautauqun Company, will hnvo a part In the Borvlces, tolling an appropri ate story. There will bo special Intor obtliiR music. The church tins been profusely decorated with Hags. Patri otic hymns will bo sung. Tho olIlcerR and teachors in tho school look for a largo attenduncp. Since this school is up-to-duto in its departmental or ganization and graded w...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 July 1915

vJpn (f' l' am w f V? A '. 1 ,-it T ''ft' fr fcT fc ri 'y V i lF-mt-tft- V" WEATHER-GENERALLY PAIR. public i MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 0, 1910. ONE COPY ONE CENT. -a- L 1'to seen a lot, but goodness knows I've never seen a tripelope; Jtnt the) arc wearing so few clothes, I'll get to sec one soon, I hope. JOHN AUAMSOX, FOU.MEIl PUOMI- MINT CITIZKX, DIES AT CINCIXXAT1, 0. Word was received here that John Adamson, formerly u prominent busi ness man of this city, died in Cin cinnati Sunday morning after a short Illness. Mr. Adamson was for years engaged in business In this city, be ing connected with the First National Bank and tho Owens Unrdwarc Com pany. Several years ago he moved to Nashville, Tenn., where his busi ness ability soon won him distinc tion and he was elected to many of fices, being United States Deputy Marshal at tho time of his death. Ho is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Iyda Lloyd, of this county, aud four children. The remains arrived In this city Monda...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 July 1915

Rw fff t THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, TUESDAY, JULY 0, 101 , W I V ' ? ! r 4 v. i ' rv?. f '3v. 3?'vv :i E s $ -A M-'W THE PtJBOC LBDGtf ftf nil- i i i i f oiiLT bxcim bumuat, roimtii or jult, AND C1I11I8TMA8. TTTP. I.RDRER PUBLISHING iohn Janvior '0. E. Dietrich Local Mid Look kin Ifl orrici ruiiLiu Lnuaan iiviluino, HATHVII-LK. KT. 9tsunoe Telephone tUi t.. 1-1-1 ai .. . 111. ir.. nnjtnffiKM na tntiil.r1liaft Infill lllnlter, r IIUICFCU ai inn jmysvinc, , iwtvv .... aUllHVUlP'lWNH-Ui' MAIL. Otir Ywir " Mll,M(lltll- 1 1 lirt' aimilli f DKUVHUKD UY VAlllllKli:. Ter Month " CeuU l'ayablt to Volltctor at tnd of Monin, DON'T LOSE YOUR TEMPER. j. .When yon got mad you lose. ""The llotfd rushes from your -A,1iwul. Your linriv is weakened. V "packed with blood so it can't work f? ' . lfnnn i.nnl I A horse that gets mad and runs ""'soli uud his best friends. A dog that gets mad is shot. Two boxers evenly matched enter the ring. One gets mad goes crazy. Jl" the other one keeps cool lie outwits ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 July 1915

DAILY PUBLIO LEDGER, TUESDAY, JULY 0, 1916. Mason 1 1 uildin -' -r :-Jm Kfe bMCjmi bHi JHU uMai&Mbm Jumse JNmLjkm JKEZam ' Wk fe HtK n. r b ( ' i k v ' tn Pi IO- hb. ' J. F. BARBOUR, President. aMIHHEHEHEEEnHHHHfflHHHBHBaUHBUUHlBlllHBH I CHILDREN'S NIGHTS At I Maysville Chautauqua Tonight a Presents Reno the ancl American Male Quartet With a remarkable pair of hands and a manfelously mystifying manner, RENO captivates with his program of more than Sixty Tricks & Vocal and Orchestral Numbers, Whis- tling, Cartoons, tatations by You'll Nearly Die Laughing if you attend, or of regret if you miss it Admission: Adults HMHHSHHlilHBBMHBBHBHH10IHHHlM) 5yQ3! One reason why dinner is such a popular meal is because it gives the members of the family an op portunity to renew the quarrel started at the breakfast table. LIBERTY BELL IS SICK WELL AS CRACKED. AS The Liberty Hell is suffering from the disease of metals, S,.vs the lion Age. The famous bell was badly cast in the first in stanc...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 July 1915

'f::f .' f5 zl -v THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, TUESDAY, JULY 6, !&.). c EV r- j frf1!' 'TTOT ." ' S :S? t' v 7- &. ?- & Frf8 " !'fr --. t R o ' ft1!' f ', &v; jj-i ( F M. U. (v . w.. fjfc H l' The 4th of July and we won't shoot off any sky rockets, but we will sell a lot of genuine Palm " Beach Suits, for we have the best, for $7.50 and a big variety. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. COUNCIUIEETS Ilcpilur MonUil) Se.sslon- c'(Itc Hlth ami Annnls Contracts. I" -He- Tlio City Council mot Monday eve ning In the Council Chamber, with Mayor Lee presiding and all members present except .Mr. Arn, of the Sixth .Ward. City Clerk Owons read the minutes of the last meeting and on motion ot Mr. Kel'th they were resolved as read. City Engineer 0 lazier was allowed $747.75 as salary. Assistant Engi neer Otto was allowed $17.50. The following reports were read by tho Mayor: ' The semi-annual report of tho City Treasurer was read and received. It showed a balance ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 July 1915

'' v. '"WS 1 V ,. ? ' ! , '?. 2 ' ;.' Mr. k u WEATHER-GHNERALLY FAIR. toblk Cetojer o-tiX rtri io . mm at- tm MAYSVILI.E, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1915. ONE COPYONE CENT. it pays to advertise. Tho coilllsli lujs a million eggs While tint helpful lien lti)s one; Hut (lie coilllsli does not cackle, To inform ns what she's done; Ami so vc scorn the coilllsli coy, Hut the helpful lieu vie prize; Which Indicates to thoughtful minds, It pajs to advertise. 1 T. P. YOUNG MANjNJURES FOOT Prank .laeolis Thrown Piider C. Si 0. Freight Injiircs l'oot, Ncces- shilling Amputation. Tuesday afternoon about 1 o'clock Frank Jacobs, of this city, while rid ing a C. & O. freight near Augusta, was thrown off a fast-moving freight train and sustnlncd Injuries to his foot that made it necessary for surgeons to amputate the member. Jacobs, It Is said, was riding In a box car when ho recognized a friend on the side of tho track and In lean ing out of tho car to give him a wave of the hand, fell from...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 July 1915

W. t-v -;vi THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JtJLY 7, 1015 t 2. fs r: W IVi. ! .- & WA '. h-jr-' ' yK r. 9 v Xf M ,. ' r fc" r-v t i I Lii j SHE PUBLIC LEDGER' T PAILT lXCII-r BOHUATi FOUMU br JOLT, 1.J iNIi ClinlBTMH. mtrn rtinntin nYTTT TdllTWri FVi XJ3JC. XiJCJJUiA iTUUUiwuuiu J John Janvier 12 O.-B. Dietrich i'" Lool nd lion Un in I orriOK-rUBMC lkdosr bcildinu, - OlBUOMTelophODB lU Ul MATVtU.K. KT. Kntertd f the Marsvtllc, Ky., Poitofflce oh nccond-claBt mall matter. sunsojuriioxs-vi' mail, One Year. Mis Montli. ... Tlutw DIotitli.. VJCUVHItSD BY OAllIUJCRu Per Month. rayablt to Collector at tnd 0 SMILE AGAIN. J)o ou remember that smile , 4itho other tiny mid Hooded your face with sunshine, "and brought joy to the hearts of your friends and thelittle ones ns you passed them on the streets? That smile was contagious. t spread from you to others, and from them to others still, and kept on spreading and growing, and is still traveling from face to face somewhere in the worl...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 July 1915

.; .1 I DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1015. "' 3. .(,; j , ty i . a1 ." -' , '''"',. I ' " ' . "ZZZT" mmd I HBFVKVH TBP"SBP TJK225 kfi3fc "MHh TCfc'3ES I rir 'j,?. i.-."' Mason J. F. BARBOUR, President. Yes Many People have told us tho Bnmo story distreas niter eating, gases, heartburn. A before and after each meal will relieve you. Sqld only by us 25c. y Chenoweth Drug Co., Inc. If It wasn't for men fewer women would lmlo each other. BROILERS FOR MARKET. Weights and Breeds of Poultry Preferred Separate Chick ens Chosen For Broil ers and Feed Lib erally. The general-purpose breeds of fowls, such as the Plymouth Hocks, Wynndottes, Ithode Island Heds and Orpingtons, produce chickens making the best broilers. These checkens should weigh from two to two and a half pounds (live weight) at eleven to thirteen weeks of age. -The Leghorns are not so well adapted for broilers, as their chickens arc smaller, but they make fair broilers, weighing from one to two pounds. All Leg horn 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. — 7 July 1915

rp-.igs-i f'vr ''! 1 ft j i i x... V W4 f$tt THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7,0015. . - A V" ' r'K,'. S Pff' ' ' '"''. ' ;' f ; ' B if it TWiwrr-V u" "" '" " ' i ' ' .. r e- JV. . t.i-. S6&. V , " L fcv E i r. SftlH" T. Wi f ftv- mi 5& - i. - m. ,' ?v. ' I JT" " '"C ' '' ' 1 '"' ' " ! I The 4th of July and we won't shoot ", ofF any sky rockets, but we will sell a - lot of genuine Palm Beach Suits, for we have the best, for $7.50 and a big variety. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers. Sunday School AUeniliiiico July I. Christian 217 Baptist 110 Third Street M. E 105 First M. E., South 83 Forest Avenue M. E 70 First Presbyterian 8U Second M. E., South 80 Central Presbyterian 64 Mission 24 Episcopal 20 Apostolic Holiness C5 Total 927 Attendance same year last year.. 7C4 The hot weather seems to have af fecte'd our attendance or Is It the Chautauqua? Wo trust It is the Chau tauqua. Wo do not want our schools to suffer on account of the hot weather or...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 July 1915

9 ; , & mX.VKj 'ST.. twi -;, . , t..o..v. i " '1. niJffit-lSitf0 .it.. rf"' : ! tv", !Mr i- , w - ,VBKgi";-v W I. i' . ' 7 '.. WT iT.i ' '' v; v- r A : : - ... t t, vje E.'i.i.ri: ;: ' i r '. w tf " ', '' 7;"' . - i mr, . iMMHHMIBRHMHBBflHIHHSMHIIHMMBIIBIIRRHH M WEATHER-GENERALLY FAIR. 5 Sunshine Brand Cakes S toblfc 'IxrrfTnfin; 5Kw-.r,0 . and Biscuits m e0er M. H' "We iiow have the ngeiicy for this superior lino of cakes 5 in bulk nnd paeknges. Como in and let us show you this new line. 5 I ft? & T ?E I V5 THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. irnv-v- ". V Canst lliou discern another's in I ml J What It't jou emjl Kind's blind. Tell Km , when slio would nnnoy, Tlint IhousnmH want wlmt )on enjo). a ay. CHAUTAUQUA CLOSES Ucst Series of Lectures ami Enter- tuiniiicnls Hut Held Here. On Wednesday the Chautauqua closed this year's meeting with a pro groin the equal of any presented dur ing the Bcries of lntoiostlng and enter taining events. The mor...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 July 1915

f ' MsSlFV W "' , f -wr- '1st. ivnwt'WMir.' "-riv i w". - ht btt t . y i r un ' .5.. TT as w , v v:. V-. J" . iSE ' U?f ffe V i v i- - -j - , -" 'vr, rr 7: THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915. nT'"' r. P "3 ill UN ft, K iJ ' ,i etffi I? f- T. a' f 'A ' ' : B" II A ' f. C? Mf 1 at h ' i VfJ J n, ft' prW SV"V pi. M- ?& THE PIJJBIiie LEDGfiR DitLI MOSJT BBNOAX, MUUTU or 4UI.I, tUANKBOIVINU XND CliniBTMiS. THE LEDQER PUBLISHING John Janvier 0. E. Dlotrtch ,(jooklnd Lotift UlaUnoe Telephone No. 40. orrioK KqJcreJ pi the Mayvllle, Ky., Pottoffice aa ceoutl-clBii mail mailer. SVUSOiUP'HONS-UY MAIL, One Yrur Nix Month. ... Tlirm ,1iiulli.. UKLIVKIIKD BY VAIUUJCR', Per MoiiUi.................. ' CeuU J'avo6((o Collector at end of Month.. SEWERAGE AND BRICK STREETS. Now that the Court of Appeals has affirmed Judge Newell 's decision holding the brick streets .ordinance invalid on the ground that it was adopt ed without a petition from a majority of the abut ting ptoperty holde...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 July 1915

s: j f V, DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER; THURSDAY; JULY B, 1018. - I , . " pE XRfe 3ES 3Ci jK JE9L 3BB 3Cjm " k' ft. !' .' t " u w ,vA Mason J. F. BARBOUR, President. Wo Recommond That You Uso )&xa$b "93" Hah Tonic Chonoweth Drug Co., Inc. 3Inny n mail who walks Tcry swiftly hasn't much of a destination. TARNOW." Washington, D. C -Tarnow, whence the Aiistro-Goriiuin armies launched their great offensive across CSalieia to Leinherg and be yond, forms the subject of a Na tional Geographic Society de scription, issued today: "Tarnow marks one of the points of fartherest Russian nd vance, and, also, the point from which the Austro-German drive began its sweep across Galicia. This little town is situated upon the Cracow-Leinherg trunkline railway, and upon a branch to ward the south. It was here, forty-eight miles west of Cracow, that the Russian armies of inva sion converged for their campaign against the ancient Polish capital. "From Tarnow, the northern Austrian railway runs east and south ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 July 1915

rv hir,' T 'j" & TTf j THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1016. - - "i-v- . - ; ' ' 1 ! r ' ' ' I "itf J-, kjc r-.. ?' v iv rj: r v v . Ir'V . .' iu tt It L 1 .' .V .. fi B- h :v i.' iiv; '.j i- . rv, Harvest Time Is With Us Get Busy A fall lino of work garnu-nts. Khaki Punts $1 and $1.50. Khaki Coat!) 91.50. Oreralls, with nml without tho bib, AOe and $1. GIotcs. in Gauntlets and short wrists, 60o to $1. Work Shirts, In blue, tan nml checks, COc and $1. Blue lVash l'ants 7oc and $1. Geo. li. Frank & Go. Maysvillo 's Foremost Clothiers. 1 WW 1 ' MMIIIH Advertised Letters LiBt of unclaimed letters in tho Mayavllle poBtoinco week ending July n iniE. 7. 1915: Davis, Mrs. Mag Dufrcez, Bob Frodge, Miss Luclllo Qalne, William Hartley, Robert Hcnsoii, Mrs. Curllo Jones, W. M. Oliver, William Strode, Mrs. Anna M. Valln, Louis Weighty, Mark. One cent duo on above letters. Parties calling for same will pleaso say "advertised." M. R KEHOE, P. M. OUR COLORE CITIZENS The colored ...

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. — 9 July 1915

I SAVE THIS PAPSiHr. FIND TOTTO AMS, 'SW MAY C33T A POLIiAB, AT WASHISrcrOSr OPBELA-HOTTS3S ITESZT MOITDA'? BTICHV I A'- ,v ' -A" hi? , V f i. '. I J MM WEATHER-- GENER ALLY FAIR. tisMXX. i&iCPt.liJi.iV.tli MLY VVtfLJQ I.SIH1FII- 1HH Frank Hall None pllles IiImi that's In tlic siniro, Anil, nnriiM before, would not lit a arc. Hcrrlck. HAKKLKY'S SlIOK STOHK OFFEHS S0.HL' KAMJ HAIUUINS IN I'OOTMUAK. May McGlono It will bo to tlio advantage of Mnys vlllo citizens to turn to the fourth page of tills issuo of The Ledger, where will be found the advertise ment of the Darkley Shoo Store, which contains splendid bargains In bIioos for men, women and children. This enterprising Bhoc store ul ways has the best of everything In the footwear line and when they de cide to offer their goods at reduced prices there Is nothing reduced but the price. The goods arc of the same good quullty, the service remains of the same excellence for which they are noted, but the prices nre reduced to figures ...

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. — 9 July 1915

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