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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 May 1914

BK W?H MWBW T ? i, , - , -ji j i .J in .n l i 4 V. 'S r ' m iv w 1 A 't M fsafir . M 1 H rTrr 7 rf-1 Tff m8 i f I 'i ' I ' I w ff yi f f I J M Robbers Make Him Real Angry; He Beats Three CHICAGO. "Do you know how It feels to be hold up and look down tho barrel of a revolver within six Inches of your face? Woll, It' makes me Rofc, soro all through I get so mad I don't think of anything but Just trying 'to get tho foljow that tries," and Am- or's leg. It is not thought that tho gunmen will be nblo to put In much time at their trado for some time, if you want to come through a holdup with flying colors hero aro sevoral bits of advice offered by Mr. Chadwlck in telling of his experience: "Train your mind to fear no man. "If a man flvo feet from -you points a gun and cries, 'Hands up,' don't hesltato to oboy. "If ho holds tho gun a fow Inches from you and you can seo It, got hold of It your grab for It will be qulckor than his finger. "As I was coming toward my house I saw these throo me...

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. — 25 May 1914

T- v f I Tt, W m M KjC k" KM 1 m. i i f&& I ;SOLUTELY PURE Makes delicious laome-baked foods c$ maximum qualify af minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable fk PUBLICLEDGER ft - ... 2r,P5- tiAiir tyiss Anna Flnnnery of Bracken County is the guest of Miss Uessie Bauer of West Third street. ' Miss Virginia'. Hutchlnstu of Aber. deqn is tho guest of Miss Lola Chamber lain of East Second street. . . . ' Miss' Bosslo Osborne, of Lexington is visiting relatives here and will at tend tho closing exercises of tho Min erva High School. Mrs. James A. Cnywood of London, Laurel County, will spend the summer months horo with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Crawford, of East Seci.id htroet. EX-LIEUT. GOV. WORTHINGTON OEAD One of the Leading Republicans of Northeastern Kentucky Was 81 Years Old. News was received here announcing the death at Greenup, at S o'clock yes .terdny morning of Hon. W. J. Worth, ington, former Lieutenant Ooxemor of KiVrtucky during the Bradley admini...

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. — 26 May 1914

VI - '( ' j'i m ,.: . i' !., j; : ft;' &-,yv-,': .',' i .Y "A Y vv.r' ' r "X."- y"f5 ; : km S.i.1 ''n w rtfSf V. '.1 'W,y . 'Ow . " 4 I . : V ... J ' y. PUBLIC LEDGER "MM r i1 pjac j.BDauu-ts MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1014. ONE OOPYONE OENT. h"W,! w . ;, JTbpo springs eternal in one's breasts N 'Tor months my mugnzAip lias hinted jufWeiit issuo will bo qultn the host tf'n 't over priiuuu. Turtlo soup tonight at Frank Bitel's. 'Mr. Walter Naunian is spcudi'ng tho ' . week in Clnciiitinti. '- -Mr. Bnkor Wood Is able to lbs out ,'nja!n after a serious 'case of iiutnps. Mr. David llonso returneil lo liis homo nt Dayton, Ky., yesterday after stu'onding a few days with relatives ,hero!v " y Mr. Isiac Levi, a well-known repre sentative of the Levi Distillery Co.. of Cincinnati, wns a visitor in tho city yesterday. , Miss Tholnta Kirk arrived home yes terday from Washington, D. C, where sho has been attending college for the past winter. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Gove...

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. — 26 May 1914

Www&QrwBffiWfrWfy "FJ : risB3aW SA a'"sw';.h&'7'.'ti"','.-7 r-'"i-.,ii(i;'M' MJ k ' !? w WPt?"1 N'"1 ." r . ...... . 9TB- TJTHBL. ?.. 't Ifc & ?ra T r ' '.y- . i c ..". 8P- A- V - tf- I ' ' -. f . v ft'. y irf- ... ..-...(' ' THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAILT XOrt BOHIHT, TOUBTU or JOLT, TUAHKHOIVINB AilH I IIBIP -lP A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. . alituiw Talnnhon I1U. U. I KATBVIM.B. KT. lWcrcd at the Majle.Kyoitoffice a sccond-ctam mall matttr. SUISUHU'J lUHati Y MAIL. One Tfrnr....... .. .... hit IHUltltllft.. .-..u ....... ....... Tlirtx jtnnllia ..... l DO ..... 75 iiviiVVMD HP HAHH1KH. rec ;iomiii.. " " fattablt to Volltclor attna ol lotlli. . ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Senator Kent's prediction that Congress will adjourn July 1 seems almost like running optimism into the ground. Lexington Herald. All parents who have children of school age are anxious to know whether or not some book concern will now revise the text books treating on geo graphical studies in ...

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. — 26 May 1914

I & m t a 4r , R. 31 T v,'. mKHk- ' " r'ii ' , i tm.m'...wmm ,m.mmfitt l Tl "Tl II IflFfll Tlfl'T" Ill T I IF ' " II III I '-" '--"-"JJ. At.i.L ..wwuni.j.ii' , m, JOM hhh Li.11 -',", i Jft'i i "' ' .-.--.t-.- tiwi- - . M j i ii. i i i . - . , -, 4 I r- " 6,I3Km 'Alan is a mceuaniciu kuuius. uv"u .1-1 !..- fl!....l.l.n " '. ,& wfiolo box of tools and ho can nccom ' wj plish. almost ns much around tho bouse v as n woman can with a button hook anil ' a'bont hairpin. "PATRIOTISM" Eloquent and Able Memorial Ser mon Delivered Yesterday at the Beechwood Services ByRev.H.B.Wilhoyte Tho Memorial services in honor of Grand Army heroes who sleep tho last sleop, drew n largo audleneo yesterday afternoon to Beechwood Park. Tho pro gram was interesting and impressive, tho music and devotional parts being particularly go. Rev. IF. n. Wilhoyte, pastor of the First. Baptist Church, who delivered tho "Memorial Sermon" took for his subject "Patriotism." His remarks wero so forceful and beautif...

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 May 1914

' i - j- f W- && i K. r, 15 ;- fe' ;Yi SI & iU, rw'iwiiiig'w1 ; , Confirmation Suits for Boys of nice goods, now ready to be selected at reasonable prices. Come in and see the White Shirts, Ties, Waists Everything (or the Confirmation Occasion. Geo. H, Frank & Co. Mnvrvtiip's roremovi flnthlers. RiMsMtei tFVtt 37X5G& , Messrs. David Hechingor, .1. W. Elgin nnd Thomas L. Ewan mutorpil over to 'FltMni!ijsliur; this ninriiiii to look afti'i their business interests. . Dr. .T. W, Erringer of Chienjo is lire for a Miort visit with his wife antl 5 laiiL'htur. who aio quests of Mr. ami rs. J. T. Kackley. Mr. .lames II. Hall of Knot Second street is ji lluiiti'iKton today on lntsi nnss and incidentally taking in the "Hilly Sunday meetings." Mr. .foe Evans of Houston, Texas, en route to Europe, is here for a luief visit to liia parents, Uev. and Mrs. J. M. Evans of Limestone street. Mr. Granville Uartlett, of Detroit. Mich., who has been visiting the family of his sou, Mr...

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. — 27 May 1914

'-jt' ZX'WkXKZr KEPbHI.ICAtl-lWr . nliLY runi.ro SDKU-na MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. niNfPP DDHQ IsEADIXCI IIETAIIjEKS, t L' . w. " HI ''- HI ' r RJjiW, '"'a' sc da ' i- iVf F, '- .) ' " ; ; :- V n :.. Wrong. '5You'ro drinking like si fish I hear,' --jL said to Mr. Lnwter; Said he: "You're misinformed, I fear. I have no use for water." Cincinnati Enquirer. "I'nisiinply working Hko a horse," I heard Dill Snoozer say. His wife eai'h morning uses force To drag him from the hay. i Now York Evening Telegram. Selig n'.lininl picture Gem today. ! ' - r Yest'oVdayVtho mercury was up to 1)2 iu tho slmde. Deputy Sheriff Miko Brown is a Itusi. nesi visitor at Loxington todny. All, crops. nro sufTerlng for wnnt rain, "Hardly any tobacco planted. Mre. Charles Wetzel, who is ill Houston, 'Texas, is reported better. of at IIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIII1I1IIIIIIIII lust a Few I Seasonable I i Reminders! I g SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS, PORCH and J S WINDOW AWNINGS, PORCH SWI...

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. — 27 May 1914

Wi? -m V 5 r T SN 3flJPfyV ii r i i '"V II 'I "l"T h I I "I nnjWHM'i ni.MUiWiW ji . ill fe) '-v r"S . w1. . ' p-? . h- S ?, 'i - ',t " :: U: '-. ,-' fcltj V f- -. tl, I'Z1. 4" , - f -if " wi'W' ' ' '" ' '" .-Ji. . . ..'tt7.l.,J-ajL'wrai'fr'ifc. a . i 3rs.qro . - ! - m mwii ,wiwii.. . r - THE PUBLIC LEDGER juilt ixon-T sunda, fourth or jult, tiuikhvihb AND CimmTMAs, " A. P. CURRAN, Editor and rtibllsher. LocaUnd Look Mn AT orc-runlio lkbuih biuldihu, Vtnttred at the Mayvllte, Kv.. I'ottofflee a ceond-cln mall matter. &U1 avuiVtW&ittV Jl.Uu. u io i ait 7ft One If pr,... . . - Mix Mouth. Tlir jliiilli IJJtUVJCKJCU UY UAtltlMt, i'er ffto.illi. ..... -.- - ...... CiU fayabie to Volititor at ttm oi J. qua. ALL SUBSCRll'UONS CASH IN ADVANCh. That African tiger that eat the American loot hall slugger is entitled to a vote of thanks. THE HIGH COST OF GOOD LIVING. When the high cost of living is under debate it will he well to remember that it is in part the cost " Osgood living. The ...

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. — 27 May 1914

, ;-r vtt" i.- , '-- -.'; ,.' ''' "V - ,.r v:a . - . .". '8 ';w.OTdK.kft- -' awv WWi'v . TO a J 1 'u " n. ' IP, . m -1 , .4 W'MBjaaaTi'.l. - IKMI frMMMW- V ' ' T ' anl valnVflhCi. "" Hn "UP ( W Jf UuUFi ,;, iunry nau n jimi tun, '"" "'. Sho wouldn't let you know it; t . iBut Mary woro n modern skirt r . ... --I Whoso business was to show It. Luke. Moro than twcuty.fivo persons wore Injured, many of them seriously, when a temporary grandstand gave way at tlio Kvnnsvllle baseball park. Erection of n memorial tu former President William MeKinloy at Nlles Ohio, to cost'$i;00,0IM), is pliAined by the ilcKiuloy Memorial Association. Tim quadrennial (leneral Voiiforenee of tho Methodist Hplsoopnl Chureli. Pmrch, adjourned last night in Okla homa Oity after having been in session eighteen days. 'Mr. and Mrs. .lames H. Haggln, witb tho rotiuuo of seivants which they brought with them for their visit of . several weeks to Mr. Haggin's Elmen. dorf estate, left Sunday for New York. It is stated...

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. — 27 May 1914

m v m '--! .: v r '.tf-. - ' TV.'U &.- ;. U J, i" 'X -" ? .-! ? lr: .. ,i LV If- y V. ,. tea IK. - a"!?H .: m &lI W ,,-' ',.. Confirmation Suits for Boys of nice goods, now ready to be selected at reasonable prices. Ootne in and see the White Shirts, Ties, Waists ---Everything for the Confirmation Occasion. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Slavsvillp's Fnrpmnsl ClolWers. PUBLIC LEDGER Mr. Love! Suinucl left yesterday tor ;a ov days' trip to Cincinnati. Mr. W. I), Cochran went out to Frankfort this morning to attend the funeral of his friend, Senator W. 0. Uradley. C ,Mr. A. II. Shinklc. formerly of this "cjtty but now ciancctcd with tho Lor-, rillard Tobacco Company in Louisville. was iu the city yesterday. ' 'Jlr.i. 'J. E. Hull, .Mrs. i'annio Hay and children linve returned home after n ivlaif wifrli flirt lni,nii.i,,.a mnHitir M ry " " ' Llzzio Bishop, nt Parks II ill. i - & Tim clt.v li!i imrilmsit 40.000 f.-illiiim , . , ..., --v w 1 " I O"- of oil from tho India Ileflnlng Co...

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 May 1914

ITW t 7WBMrww ,pr 'jraTmrarwr v-tv, ," 7VM; '-;Tv -V : -.".' ' . " " '" t .v '-15 ,f"Vi r '("! 9.V - V,' w ' j - .v.,'. ', :T.i- r x a , i ' "- v-. ij " : . ' "' xy ' ' i . .- - - ..'A i " .ifc Qy. ' f .-' -i 'Ot . M "- "' - -. ' , X- ' . j.if.-.. - ip.iaWii " ffflrWpgraftiM;;,'.ii'i'.'sr ''"m'tmsammmsss. PUFFED RICE R PUBLIC LEDGER COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT All of the Quaker Brand. We have them. ..'. EM"- j-vtj-nrtnjxrij'XfxjKf'fvw''w,'M'',wifc ii MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1014. ONE, QOPY ONE CENT. TMNJfPP DRHQ IjKAIUMH RETAILERS, .kail rrvBiia j.sDaKB-un $133 T.IA. : i twa . 4 01lfa.iw7 rfco lil $$ 1 lgp k lJlHIHTd vIvVtcvM -f 9L V J? 8 .is,1 ni IP .I" ' "2 TO ". : MY HOSIERY: jfe7?llo''s.ocks I got from thee, dear heart, u Ha' Are made, indeed, for churls not mo , Though tho seams look good they rip , ' apart . My, hosiery! My hosiery I "Nor is my tnsto for Alice blue, Cerise and color gaycty. But for a quiet or somber luio In hosiery I hi hosiery I I' ha...

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 May 1914

T ya Si t-t ('.i 'U t ? ? ;V. fe . r ft. j"f -V -" ' j-i -;.-"'- , ' T-fc r -f- :-juj -.. 4-t.j.- V THE PUBLIC LEDGER U4U.T BXOIfT UHIUY, rOUHTH or JULT. tlUNKSUtVXKH d cnnmTMAt. www. PI $ A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.' . ih I ornca ruuLia lvuuru builuimu, iMO. HU. I mTvn.n. kt. w Loot) tml Look 3UUnoTelphon t t- ( -. .' J. .. . ii. tr.. nuininpn rrnml.elao tnall matter. Lfi 1 HlUCrcu at me .MYivn'ti "' "- 5V tsUiauHifnuMoist jiAii4. . .. 1 B 70 On Tfwir - - KIk Blontlta. ...... ........... liri'.'liii'-. - DKLIVHUKI) Ur OAlllilKH, Per Moiiu.......M. .. . 1.-.. . -48 t",u VayaMtto ColltUor at tnd of Xotn, ' . ' v - B ' " " , .. . .,.,, e 4 : ; DnmaL'n to oil wells nnu oil nouuugH ol jmiibh- i ,inn flnnimn. Enclish mid Dutcli syndicates around I - - w ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCh. . lit 1 m ,:.. Jo .,ot;.n,.t,w1 tit iivin- Al no ()()().- J J UIIUCU HIIU i.llllliiL-u I'l ""' "" - r J . ! i1 .- "1 ;ooo. MILITANTS, BEWARE OP THE BRITISH LION! London. "Sonic day an exasperated...

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 May 1914

m ; 1 Sf't'-sr ( V - " V-J J.. i. & '"V fr ST ! tt yt c, W 6 'W V, rr 4V; J ..! " i, i ' i ';v ' i i Vj" $ymvjm!!PJ! "W llilM?WWWgrS'C" ROYAL f BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas try cooks the world over WIDOW AND DAUGHTER GET POST'S MILLIONS. Washington. TJU' wilt of Charles W. Tost, of Unttlo Crook, Mich., who ilio.l nt Santa Hurbara, Csil., on May l, lilfil Jioro for jirohatc, loavrn tlio bulk of ita cstato estimated at V-M00,0()U to tlie widow, Mrs. l.eliu Y. 1'int, ami a daughtor, Mnrjorlo 1'oit Close. GEM LOVE AND MARRIAGE, fc With my whole soul, and without the least reservation, I solemnly ulllrin, that love marriages turn out the best for the individual and the race, says Ellon Key hi the June Strand. Natur ally only on tho two conditions that the lovo was indeed love and no senti mental flirtation, and that tho liners have not been blind to tlio welfare of possible offspring. -What real lno is every English, reading per...

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 May 1914

IDcn Get your Summer Underwear Proin a man's store and Jtlin nnrffifttlv fittnrf. Notli- Ping bo unoomfortablo in jJhot woiither as ill-fitting ,uudorwear. Wo fit you -.i -n .1 .i a" unu auu sou yuu mo nu"ue KJ at reasouable prices 50C tO 6.50 a 5HII Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvillr's Foremost Clothiers. PUBUCIiEDGEU Mr. Larry Langfols whs in C'uiein. liitl Tdcsday on business. Mr.' M. II. Irvine of "Lexington is (Biting friends ?a Maysvillo. . jMr. and Mrs. Harry S. Ellis wuie vis. I'ora to Cincinnati yesterday. V.I ' tajUs, T. 1). Orfbnrne of Tncknhoc, is MsitiiiL' frionds at Muneic, Ind. m Hamlet C. Sliarpe, was the guest I .T. C. Leer Sunday, in Millets m- Itr: E. II. Kerr of Milleisbiirg is here la visit to her mother, .Mrs. Martlu t it'll win. NtUSirB IOIdrigo and Charles llousnn if.$irdis are business visitors in tin 3& io'li. Mr.4. II. 0. Speth of Dayton, Ky., ic tho cricst Of friends and relatives in rhj? city and county. .1 ,l)r. .lohn Harbour left yestenl'ty fin I'ik...

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 May 1914

g DINGER BROS., tiffiS$ g MMlkKLY Ait,AHMA iMTf MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. , DAILY l'VBLW JLBVaKB-Un 'ThWrtH J..i . , jr "' My EfJL - Jfit- P l a J si "V. m Vr w ?er im m m " f m m mm 1- s 1 mm K r mm M mm " mW m m s mm'-' m ' 5 L? Wki'a nature passed tlio golden lmir Most Of ua fulled to get our share; She phased us by. But "when the feet were passed, you hot, Most of us wero on hand to get A largo supply. "Whom good complexions went around Fow of us were upon tlio ground . .To share the same. But most of Us got large supplies Of marked-down teeth and remnant eyes. t that it shame? " 8. Straus was a visitor in Oiu ,Tstcrday. Mr. Charles Allen was a. visitor in Cinclnunti yesterday. Col. JR. B. Lovel was a business is itor in1 Cincinnati yesterday. Mr. James Tollo of CercOo, W. Vn is visiting relatives in this city. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports show the sternly output of coal during tho last few yearn Imh mado the- dealers pu...

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 May 1914

yr:? VI a ', -r f ' r tlT i mi -I ii ti Him i inn . mi. lifti i - ' ' t " ' " '"' " - " f T ' " - '" "" tcf S p rv TS V $; fi t ts. - ,! "V. '"S4- rew y & B.-. R; . k THE PUBLIC LEDGER tiltLYSXOaPT IUNIMT, FOOUTU or tUVt, TlUNKtOIVWU AND cnnUTMAB. "A.'P. CURRAM, Editor Local mil Lonic aijtuoa Telephone NO. 40. orriOK .literal at the Maynvllle, Ky.. rmtoflicc a dULSVltUUlUiSatll MAlu. Uufi YiMir.i. ... .... .. . .... ma jnonliis. ... llirttWHMMlll .... UtCLlVKHttl) UY VAKttlKtt, l-er Muiitli. .m CW i uyufre.t Collector at md of JLOHi. LL 6UBSCRW1 IONS CASH Twelve tliousund cars o merchandise were ship ped from Chicago duriug the second week in May. This is 3,000 less than were shipped during the cor responding week last year. WILLIAM O'OONNELL BRADLEY. William 0 'Council Bradley was the most affec tionate and the kindliest of men in his familiar in tercourse, lie was sprung from a branch of that great line which gave Ireland its mightiest orator and he possessed many of the chara...

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 May 1914

IfH-IT! 7. IstJtW ' w .. ,'j..' v i rtjiff IW ffl i c-'. re- im $" V V-W- -- - 4" Mil' or " - iSr " Usui ' JBs Hi hiV . V" ., -V 4- t X, s. V t " SL'r sill" i'J EM t VA Wouglil ji A 1,1 AAn tll .ill anrru nf ilnllfflt ilU UAU ijVU l H nil iiwin i 'i, Hnd a bcnItifl daughter unmet' Tlough. Whou I nsked for lior hand !IIo smiled kiml of lilaml, ,And, lustead of it, gave me his tough. Luke. "Under the decision of the Court o .Appeals Louisville will not bo governed by the now text book liw. in North Michigan with topic breezes, inspir ing woods and waters. This fampus resortland is illustrated and described in booklet contain ing over 200 views and valuable information for persons planning Summer Vacations, f AfJilyforafvfiytoGRO. II' H'hEDOV, .Imthint (,'tnnal f ftiuengrr Antnt, t'utoti Trml JmlMiiji, ( .MtS.S'A'J, U. Ni'V"1 '""" 1 inn i' i.imhi hi I , n,ii mii?w' uitQ JlS II 5 .A. BIG SPECIAL 50c BOX PAPER FOR 23c E See our Window Display. It will convince you we are right. The Bigge...

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 May 1914

v . ? jnuwxBM. k r- "St. ' i '3faflHMHir ' vfc y -- --.' i ' 'T. - Tf tKmmr'' 't -v- f r ' . r-htW y ,.tV,l - ., f LUBBBUV)rTllI mH.f &' V" EV 15, r?v :, , ?-t .Jfe jfijlrir' W. "tf. iv Get Votir Summer Underwear From n man's store and bo porfectly fitted. Noth ing so uncomfortable in hot weather an ill-fitting underwear. Wo fit you fine and sell you the goods nt reasonable prices J 50c to $6.50 a Suit Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysyille's Foremost Clothiers. pilLT PUBLIC LEDGER Mrs. Earl P. Chaso is visiting Pratsvlllo, Michigan. Mr. E. E. Swisher of Hiploy, was in the city last ccning. Mrs. E. It. Overly is homo from a t visit to rieinlngsbuig relatiMN. Mr. W. 11. Mconiii'h is spending a low days with Ins family in Rust Second St Mrn. Vauet-y and infant son, of the count", are guests of Mrs. Albeit Him. ton in Paris. ' Col. Prank Armstrong Jias returned from a two weeks' stay at Martinsville, greatly benefited in health. Mr. John MeCarahan of CottageviUe is visiting his daughter...

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 May 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 May 1914

$ i . sv 7 T THE p u:bWc r x'-DiG;rR7 &: W. !t h a - fr . W T .', ? ii.. n n. vk WESTERN CANADsT PROSPECTS FOR 1914 The Hollow A- . Excellont Spring for Work and;1 ?? ' '. K of Her Hand L5'' wneai queuing wjoui Finished. 'mSSi t& S,i. lit fa . ft" -ifv ': t$&' . ' 8YN0P8I1S. Challls Wrandall Is found murdored In n road houso near Now York. Mrs. Wran dall Is summoned from tho city and Iden tifies the body. A young woman Who ac companied wrandall to tho Inn and sub acquently disappeared. Is suspected. Mrs. Wrandall start back for New York In an auto during a blinding snow storm. On the way sho meets a young woman In the road who proves tc be tho woman who killed Wrandall. Fooling that the girl had done her a service In ridding her of tho man who though sho loved htm deeply, had caused her great sorrow, Mrs. Wrandall determines to shield her and takes her to hor own homo. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hotty Cas tleton's life, except that portion that re lates to Wrandall...

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