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Page 3 [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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 May 1914

.fc fr, i bl v Sr w rtv ,w ! i;1 L " & W- II -J- s-5 ,ai 1 iiiiiwmh"''w ".!.wi?i.V.f','g.ai'.'.',.lf 1 H "iyy THE PUBLIC LEDGER BAU.T JfXCllT SUNDAY, rOUIlfll U JUtT, J NI ClimSTMB. A.. I. CLTRRAN. Editor - itWUnffbonK Ma ATI I oyno ruBLio lkuubh jjoildwu, Vv' OlBtMioe Telupbone Ut icaibyhah. kt. .' Hulcttd at the Mayvllle. Ky , l'oitotnce amccond-cUm inall matter. atiAUHU'JiuxiovXUAii. One Tfwr. . . .. . .. ' J"J Mix atonttic ... ... ' 21 TbrtoMnMiM - 7D ' OtiUVXtlKb BY CAHlllJtX, lr Nunin. . i a tnl JxtyaUttlo loUictor at tnd uf MOMn. - ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. If J. N. Camden ismppoiuted Senator to succeed Bradley lie should gratefully use souto o his wealth iu 'erecting a monument to the dead Senator. Dead men's shoes sure do have strange occupants. Bandit Villa is said to have delayed the battle of Torreon several hours in order that the American moving picture concerns might get their cameras in position. Villa received $5O,U0O i'or this delay, it is claimed, and...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 May 1914

5WI -f - -' -",,"... , r. i ii mi.11 , I. ,, . ' . I .i.iM.illMVj,.l.l...IU.III.., ',,m U"!-'J .fe H V-. jm ... wM K r &- py . 'fit- m $ b j V ,r ' i ' I nHEl 1 Ized vWmm 1'SUEU ill QFipt NUaQETQ. ft harbor who does not talk I an nuto that docs not balkl a Biimincr without a fly I a babjr that doesn't cryl trousers that will not bagl a job that will noVor fagl a man who likes to wolt a woman who's never late! Cleveland Plain Denier. Oh for Oh for Oh for Oh for Oh for 'Oh for 'Oh for Oh for South Dakota now produce beets with n sugar content of more than ""r per cont. Tho Presbyterian Church, South, wont on record as opposed to tliti use of to bacco by its ministers or candidate" " - for tho ministry. Oscar D. Williams, an express mes S K .t sengor, has been arrested in Macon, Oa., ln connection with tho loss of $4,000 .which has disappeared during the past - 'few days. NEWS NOTES' FKOM THE DOVER NEWS. Mr. Paul Coryell of Maysvillo who taught tho recent term of the Dover public s...

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. — 30 May 1914

V-Tfi " a a- -. ifc i fc. i " ' -H t i '7 1 f.i ' J: ,v. fh , i -h. ttei vtOt & , if ish " , G ijSSe!St&lifjarf?r yucn 6et your Siimrne1' Underwear Froin a man's ptorc and bo perfectly fitted. Noth ing ho uncomfortable hi hot woathor as ill-fitting uudorwear. Wo , fit you lino and sell you tho gomlp at reasonable prices 50C to $6.50 a Suit Geo. 11. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIClLRDflER Miss Ellen Coolirau Is isithi; friend in GVaelnuuti. Captain It. L. Mauwnring is rustieat itag at Parks Hill. s Hiss Ella lao Murphy Las returned from a islt to Covittgtou relatives. Air. Elinor Thompson returned yes terday from a business trip to Iiouis- ville. . . . Mrs. Alice Roha'a is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thompson, of Carr's, Lewis County. Col. Traul; llcudricksou was in Ci'.i. vclnnati yesterday in tho Interest of hi? business. R. L. Turner, ono of Mayslick's sub stantial farmers was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Mr. Charles Marshall, a woll-...

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 June 1914

w t" ST, w W v 7 Wif v-j 7T ' . w. ' ". '- "; i t :" V " . . 3 .v .- V. w m i I m: . V f lw k " 1 j i, ' I , e ' i 1 iHtt' v i - Jl-aMJ0.DlWnivvSii-3i. ' M. ftlJiV J PV - yfW.?HKJ asBrA nsvmak, . utirifWvid uLicm -tHwtV. SmMfEatis wZtt&Av ''Hwfft B'fffnfRlr pKl ff Jk a. ' V.ji WUIjywa'l'i!!!! H3 i iiJLk-ii. wwwywWHWi HJ ) T PUBLIC LEDGER SirfixAr KJWohutCAn-im WiJLY rVBLIO IBDdSB-tSn MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. aasMMMtoaftc: ifnuptn" tPtt0X!tJttPFl&l&mjKtrJt& rrt IIHiniNinilllllllllllllllllllHIHN OUR IjISTE OF: HOMF GROWN VEGETABLES is fresh every day. Call and .see our line or phone us. a gorid selection of the best. We carry 8 DINGER BROS., && a- jZ . , r i rftdvNX Kf:'Ay-.iriraB w fvwjj, :i or a W "" HN - HWM-Mfccsaa'j in. Mil these words, old a yz 1 AN IfcTVlHriEmwV.H rv W itBBm- jfuust boar In - scout, vt Tho world will trout you nlit If when you fiuil youisolf in iloulit, ,'You keep your face closed tight. iNKo Juno woa...

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 June 1914

vtn ' it & J t : ih C M- . & L " t &.' to- H fel'A r( 'h m :. N 1- " - ,,. .,i,.r., iir-i-i, , r " ' -"wmw'r7ff? I- T"'-'"- n ! ' i "II laMlTTT- I I r ,- . - ' . '"' "J I 'If"-"-1 ' THE PUBLIC LEDGER bllVt SXOKPT SUNDAY. TODIltn OJ JOLT, AND CimUTMAS. , A. Ft CURRAN; Editor and Hubllsher. 91tne Telephone HU. iUi matvill. kt. Hntered at the Maysvllte. Ky.. rottofficc n nceoud-cUM mall matttr. UOLhVUtl'llUNtitiyMAtu, nr Yeiir,. .... Ml Moiltll. , M........... Ilirtt. .ili.ulln USLIVKKSU UY UA11RIXB, I'rr Mouili I'ayabUtd Colltctor at end ot ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH How the men in the moon, tho Martians, built their canalB is told "by an astronomer who thinks lie knows. Instead oC excavating, as did poor de luded Uocthals, they leveled everything in sight and erected walls on the sids of the canal. AVLsh a Martian would drop down this evening, on the "Washington folks and tell how the moon men dis posed of the toll question. Power. HOPELESS COMPETITION! The United States, Ger...

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 June 1914

s!o .' -' V , ' ' . mQlMHi HiayiWiiw . W mi H 1 )i 11.1 I nil iiii.jmi, , ili Mfwnmiiul.mi T 3S. joiiirOTi.( ' ft rSaagkagaigl L. .',. ...n. Ml M "' Wl,,i,.ffW4iWjtiw Wiwmmmmmnujm.. wJSSiaWlH!'!r!Bm VVU.WI.. . !:. v., i .T &,' IV to'- K V ,'H J8MMWilBrT1 mswmmsj,im.''MI)'"1-.11,', ijh ill , i ..hiiii ' j r ; ; ; ,. , y, v t , I "' HlPWwHjlkB H Under the sod and -the MKSBtSBKa I JV Es3 LoTO and tearB for tho Blu0' wtSSSStA ' ' M wBBaki iu ...... . WBfiS ! &. IWfUVa Balanco on hnnd $1845.74 SMBS" ..v. ''V . -. .w-... n f ' fe ; Moutcqy rum Preferred by Housewives, Physicians and Pastry Chefs. Indispensable In making finest cake and pastry '& t- ' -And u,ow tho sweet girl graduate ;' 41 er wisdom scatters; Instructs us In affairs of state " And kindred mutters. SCHOOLS BOOSTED Fiscal Court Orders 5-Cent Levy For School Purposes - " j Financial Statement Shows Condl V'"J" "f '"". - ,tlon of County-Funds . ,.. , 'Court "convoued Thursday porsunnt to adjournment. Those present...

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 June 1914

?E&EBMGJEMT 1 Ji. 4v ' 'V, Vu ". mmmmsm r'' rt , -i' n; & it, w-.r "v r ' ' . 7 ' -i nAPPE Wandering Girl of Eighteen Is Taken as a Vagrant ST. LOUIS, MO. Mario Smith, eighteen years old, of Monica, III., described by lt& police ttv a "girl hobo," was a fow days ago hold in tho control district matron's room while her only outfit of clothing was bolng washed. The matron sent a garment at a &T rlife arcuESi w,a8 going. "Up on Ollvo street," Bho replied. Tho usher called a policeman, who took her to central district station. There the young woman told the police that sho was one of eight children and that her mothor, a 'widow, found it hard to support tho family. "Two years ago I decided to start out and look for work," sho said. "I walked twenty-nine miles to Peoria and worked In a laundry there about four months. Then one night I crawled into a box car and beat my way to Chi cago. After staying there eight months I came to St. Louis. I worked for awhile as a nurseglr...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 June 1914

il.,fci,rttrrf'j.T-""" 'IM ii , ,.M.M1-..iMiMMia-iMa..M1Mi.BaiMmiMlM.MMlllillMmMMllM '.to.. v wi 'W to EA W ft to t it.. r i V, fy ifV' v r w. "- J? .. v.-s. mr:;p,. SicAhn&7t Reliable evidence is abundant that women i are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound , The many testimonial letters that we are continually pub lishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all genu ine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain such recommendations ; you may depend upon it that any testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any doubt of this write to the women whose true names and addresses are always given, and learn for yourself. Read this one from Mrs. Waters: Camden, N.J. "1 was sick for two years with norvou3 spells, and my kidnoys were affected...

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. — 1 June 1914

"1 PP--. V 7s jfrpr- fc I' I.K! - .. , . i T tm men - fi t r - a Bet Vour Summer Underwear i tf: ' From a man's store and bo porfootly fitted. Noth ing so uncomfortablo in hot weather ns ill-fitting underwear. Wo fit you fine and sell you the goods at reasonable prices 50c to $6.50 a Suit ; Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. 1 tuur M. C. Hutchison is a business visitor In (Teargetown and Sardinia, Ohio, to : my. n in m.l..i.. 1 -... 1 i" .Mrs. OaillO JdCKCUS lias renirui:u " homo after spending some time with . relatives in Cincinnati. ' Miss Annie Slattery of Maysville is visiting her bi other, Mr. Kd Slattery. in this Hty. Bourbon News." Mrs. 0. W. Alton of 1'orest avitoue Bpont Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. S.-B. Tully in Manchester, Ohio. Mra.Len l'umell has returned home after a two weeks' visit with her broth y or, Mr. Colie Orant of CineinMati. i - AMoiMcy Allan 1). Cole returned this nitirning from' Lexington whore ho ha beon attonding tho Diocesan 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. — 2 June 1914

:?-? -X.V-1 W vwr , .V .' r ft RVmilllHIflNlHMIMmMMIMaMMMIUiMllI OXJR. DLiIWHJ OF1: PUBLIC LEDGER bhocmrf6wn VEGETABLES! J is fresh every day. 9 Call and see our line or phoue us. We carry I a good selection of the best. M 5 DINGER BROS., titS& I F -r gw RRPvtti.tOAN -mat MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 19l4. ONE COPY ONE CENT. VULIOLKDilKIt-SSet t V IP I S $L-1 ' Tlio Living Mine. He-was a rk'h nnd pacing rlilm, And ovory doctor knew lilni, Tor each hint delved within his fi .11110 And m:i(l(. a pnwpcct thiough liim. U-icli quo had. sliced timl curved tind scan'.ied, With some slight variation, Whilo oery one had staked and planned Fur fitturo operations. (loorgo. H. Mall", in Judge. COUNTY COURT DAY STOCK SALES. Thn salo of lho stock on Market street was brisk. Orlorrirtt Johnson of Ripley, Ohio, sold l'.P. Parker thirty he.id of cat tie. - Nothing much doing in tho horse swapping line. Veal calves were selling as high ns 10c. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Govern mont...

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 June 1914

(.'-. ete r" W ,. 'V , '!'-4. .. to: Sf - - ,-4 I N i m "X ; iff- yjfffT.Jt tP,iT'mwrT;'1iap?g!'ai?giaile THE PUBLIC LEDGER JJIILT tXOtrt IUKIUT, rOUBtll or JULf, iumkwivind AW1 CliniBTMit. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Local nd Lou Dlnlnnrn Teiepnone No. 40. orrtcB ruBLio lvdohi builuino, KATItVlLLK. KT. Hnltred wt the Maygvllle, Kv . Ioitoffice a ceond-clai mall matter. 8UUSUHU"! J ONSU Y MAIL. , One Yir Nix Itloitllia ........ Tlir .11 mi lli .,............- " Dtcuvjcimo by vAiiuucn, ..so no .. no For Mohiii. ,..liS Vents j'avablttoOolttctorattnd of J.Q-UA. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. "Psychological and not material conditions are to blame for tho present business depression," ac ,. ..cording to President "Wilson. Tlie schoolmaster is surely visible here Tho "Wilson-Underwood revenue and Trcfe-Trado law lias given the country a linancial jolt that will t the next election lose the Democrats the lower House of Congress. Cedar Rapids (la.) Leader. Kentucky is developin...

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. — 2 June 1914

l!1! .;$- V - ; t - ,1 -, ' - ' 1v . . m niraija r niajM JfcnTTMaV jav, ? finy V THE GRMT llSARflVBLIO HIJW8 PICTORIAL Oarront Hvont from All Points of tho XVorld. MARGARET OIBSON IN 'UINOER'S REWN Vitagraph Drama 0 RBI3LS OP FEATURE FILM 0 " Bnrgain Prices 5 & 10c. LJ Mexican War Pictures 1 J - PERFORMANCES START DAILY AT. I P. M. 4500 Foot Showing Both tho Fodorals and Robots In Action. Villa and Huorta in Genuine Battles. Soo Gonoral t I,1; iMM.ii MIWirt!CSy-J.'M".','"lL' 'M"Jt?."'J;i''. ' Mt"''BjCnr,'rr''ALi;tlJ-1' Hi m I I a -el- i " i-iu-ini.-nr-T ... n """I ' - - " ftCM TODAY ! - f jfe a R-?tf, & i- : ft u. l--v. jl: V .A V-. RL P-TA" 'Jk oBQH1 4 A w.omnn who colors her hair green is .flaking, a long ehnnco on injuring her f" -brain, tho doctors say. Hut has tho "l-.'woman who colors her hnir green iftiy I'' brain to bo injured f u.)l mi I L Afncans It is a strange fact that never snooze. Sngnrwis found in tho sap of nearly 200 .-plant-nnd tret's. Ed-O. Walton, former...

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 June 1914

M -' k fl w ,' ) M ft'- L UC . k . . , u M I , 1 ; " '! )S -A w he- r k -' L 3 '., ?v - t r R '. . j. 'f '' 4' V V:l fRIH. H tatfss rr "ati Tii nr-r-iT'-T-rTT"" '"" "" Put It Up to Us , Why not consider this Hvo Btoro In tlio same light as any other professional you might wish to consult Doctor, Law yer or Banker. When you'ro In need of Clothes Counsel hotter como horo and lot us show you why our Clothes at $18, $20, $22.00, $25, $27.G0, $30 or $35 fully do servo your consideration and final purchase. .Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvlllc's Fwrmost Clothiers., PUBLICgg&LEnJEIt PA11T Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Qrigsby hao re turned homo after a visit to Bluo Lick Springs. Dr. J. Allen Dodson went to Hipley Saturday to visit Mrs. Portion's rel atives. Mrs. Faunio Case has returned from a fileasant visit with friends in Jluuf- ington, W. Va. ' .Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kills left Sat- uulav for Augusta for several days' visit to rolatlves. -vMiss Iiia Hoss of Kast Third street delightfully entertai...

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 June 1914

11 X IMMSlrtlHMMIMHaMiiraHMIMMMMI n OXJR I-iUSTEl OF gmrfown VEGETABLES I is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry . .WfMBSg: r, r " j,.... ..! I ." ' - '.' "" ' "' '" --J-i " " ''' "' ' ! 1-:-.-' - 'L.-Ul-L.iH- .WL.,.iU.i!W". 'M!gW!!l-jr. ,..,..mi ,i , i nw,-,.aMM ' iraHBMlEBSF v x m i. Sek..- ftSalilflGer r" . ft JftV - nrXTTTT Tri Hir4 ftBWfe T T7Tr1 T71T Shi I P fUDLlU fftfeUfc UkUlmn- s jrr B?io.WA-w MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1014. 1 TiAlLY rVliLia LKfiOKR-mt ' 1 KliUa SELLUMBERi BBfi Tlio anxious landlord nlnis to please, i!li'v HfA '1 -III Ik' ONE COPY ONE CENT. Tlio anxious landlord ninis to please, Your custom ho in iton. llfs ulcu prospectus guarantees lioiiuintii'. moonlight nights. . t MISS BERRY'S RECITAL TONIGHT. Tho pupils of Miss Lidn Horry will close the term of lessons by (jiving n recital tonight at 8 o'clock I'.i tlio pur lors of tho Public Library. Tho pat rons anil l'riomls itro cordially initoi...

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 June 1914

"SV lpW VI 1 ,'1 ' Pi r CiJ V M -v J ' ,-N St 4 V .04.vr ri- B to iAV $SS9R&VWWF1&iWWm THE PUBLIC LEDGER U!I,T HCBPT ONOT FOURTH 0 JULT, TIIANKIUIV1NM AHtl CH1UIITA. A. P. CURRAN, Editor nnd Publisher. No. 40. urriui rUBLio Lunain builuino MATHV1LLI. KT. Look) nrt Lone Olat&Dcn Telephonn Kntrred nt (lie Mavsvllle, Ky.. l'oitoffice a iiccoml-clMi mall matter. HVUHVKIVIIOUH-HY itAlk. One Ynr nix immiiL -ThrtiliiMi ... nil ... n ... 7B By5?Sy''r yp'Wii'''"'"; ,-,g5BffKp"Viij ftn-i' United States Dopnrtmont of Lulor lias reoelved roqucst for 85,000 mon to help with crops in the Southwest. iiKUvmtKi) nr UMiitiicit, Per fllli ............ - 'a en" J'auable to Collector at end u Aotti. ILL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Oatmeal is soaring in price. This may account in ,part for the high cost of wild oats. PERKINS RE-ELECTED! HA1 HA I HA1 Humors to the effect that George V. Perkins is to bo offered his old position of contributing busi ness manager are now current. Washington St...

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 June 1914

lav j W . & ism HfUJ Inn m . A - CKjV . 1 jr. w H-i ' 1HL. W frtBwifgi"'T-Fi7y-'CJ,';iTi'1 Tho A-B.O Powors. 'A is for Argontlno, hoiho of tlio tango, to Whih put tho kibosh on tho o. f. fan t4t lango. "B is,Brazll, anil so wild nro Its rivors "' ' , 'Tliat Toddy's upset guvo our country "UV tho shlvert. . '.' if -is for Chllo, wlioio principal boast 5s that it consists almost wholly of U coast. Louisville Herald. A machlno has boon perfected which "pours any dry powder into a paper lug, folds tho bag, makes a paper box and .'places tho bag and a folded eireuhu Svitliiu it, pastes on tho label and seals tho box, at tho rate of 1,151)0 boxes an ,liour. WILL HELP TO INSPECT COUNTY OFFICE RECORDS. 'Frankfort. Glover II. C'nry, Itepro sentativo from Calhoun County, has "joined tho forces of tho State Inspector and Examiner's ollice, and will begin this week an iuspection of vuuuty of flees. COMRADES NOT FORGOTTEN. Theio was no formal observance of Decoration D.iv hero Saturday, but ...

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 June 1914

fc is f-. . i f 1- Jv r K it-.- 'r Kv X 5'V i Lw; f rf. Ml It &." Oi it anrtvkij'1 jtfflrtT -A taC-i " .- iiritii " """ ''"" ' ' A.'". 'LL"1" - -'- - '" -" '" ' T--r- ,-- -- Ji ' --,..-.,.,,,-. .- .,,., If ,.. i ' ' ' .n ' i ' "' .: :- i .7 ." . . . - ." -- "' mmmmmmmm - -J i .til r i i - i ' - -- - 5 ,'i - Put It Up Pr i to Us Wily not consider this live storo In the same light aa any otbor professional you might wish to consult Doctor, Law yer or Banker. Wlion you'ro in need of Clothes Counsel bettor como hero and let us show you why our Clothes at $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $27.G0, $30 or $35 fully do servo your consideration and final purchase. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavxville s Fnirmosl Clothiers. OAlLT CITY COUNCIL Boosted Taxes 15 Cents $100,000 Worth of Build-; ing Permits issued Mayeville's Assessment Runs Over $4,000,000 Lively Proceedings Tlio City Council met in regular ses sion last night nt the Council Chamber, Mayor Lee ra the ehair, ami all mem bor.s present. The Ma...

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. — 4 June 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. — 4 June 1914

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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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