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

Y v :, ' ? V ' . K '$. y fc. to 3" m -- - . & &. ,w- aigffSmV v " v - ; ?, I'ir..y.., ' iiMini i i iiiiiimiimi VW rooYAi ' h . m,w MUJ BAKING 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE Insures the most delicious and healthful food The" Royal Baker and Pastry Cook," containing five hundred practical receipts for nil kinds of baking and cookery, free. Address ltoyal Uaklug Powder Co., New York, Mother Jnnon camo nrettv 1oo t(t tolling tho truth when she said tlmt n "woman can " mho all tho hell she wintn to without having a uite." With tho idea of causing absolutely harmonious relations between tho two natictog members of tho Trench and Ger man Parliament met Saturday in Switzerland to discuss plans. Of European invention is a now life- 'b'oatfor ocean-going vessels that will right itself if capsi7ed and carry 100 persons and which is equipped with n gasolino motor nnd wireless apparatus. GEM CLASS OF 1914 Maysvlllo High School To Hear Bac calaureate Address Sunday Evening Rev. Robert Lee Bcnn tho Spe...

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. — 4 June 1914

SffiSHHi TOfff m . A,?1 ff lite1 V l n fti. t :t x ,' f., ' saw ! ' ' v v O; .V rij m. Put It Up to Us Why not consider this livo st'oro in tho sarao light as any other professional you might wish to consult Doctor, Law- yer or Bankor. When you'ro in need of Clothes Counsel better come horo and lot us show you why our Clothes at $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, $30 or $35 fully do servo your consideration and final purchase Geo. H. Frank & Co. Havsvlllr's Foremost Clnlhirrs. PUBLIC; LEDGER SPRINQDALE. Memorial Day e-erelses tit Hetlinti Saturday won' of n liitfli order of ox oellence. A large crowd gathered our- ly in t!io day at tho beautiful littl way-Hide- cliureh yard, services began at 10 a. in. liv sinuiiii! patriotic air and appropriate iceltiitioiN iAid road itiirq. At 11:30 the lino of march wan "'formed and to t lie Htiuliis of a march softly played wended it way to the open. The lino was headed by three voterans Comrade" Dodd, Chaplain of tho late Croton I'oxt No. 0; 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. — 5 June 1914

u " -I Wr- I little euro for surf or strnMd It 1h my joJo delight To seek tlio writing table ami ' industriously write. When nt a swell hotel T room At six a day or more, I like to writo to jn'oplo' whom I nover know before. Patont Colonial Oxfords $3.00. Merz Bros. The E. L. Manchester Produce Com pany shipped thirty-fivo barrels and ten coops of poultry to Pittsburg Saturday. Th. young ladies of St. Patrick's Church will entertain with a straw berry social Friday evening, June 5th, at Eagle Hall. Mr. T. M. Lano sold the double frame house of, io Misses .loerger on East Second street to M. r. ("oughlin, sideratiou private. Con- LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU TH FACTS Government reports show the steady output of coal during tho Inst tew years has made the dralprs push for widnr markets, We are going to get nioro trade your trade by giving you a groater value for your money. You will never got out of debt unless you buy wisely, MAYSVILLE.COAL CO. or anything In building materiul, don't fail ...

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. — 5 June 1914

AWJ9EpHPlEHHft ft W i r. Y-w U'l ' f ,, -.. ), K " ' ' v ' ''. rv. Li: . 5t.- lift- ft 1 7' V K '.A - ki y f f? ft r- , SP&SSj&SSXZS&Z THE PUBLIC LEDGER tlAlLT-IXOMT BUMDAT, JTOUHTU or JULT, TUAHRIOITIMO AMI CHM'THAi. A. F, CURRAN. Editor and Publisher. LOMUnd-OIIR No 40. I OFfl0rnBLIOMD9HOaDl0. 'JumnoeTelnphon '" u I mathyh.lk. kt. ltuUftd nt theMayivllle. Kv.. Poitofficc n nceoitil-cUM mnll matter. " aUliaVKlVUuNDliXMAtu. .. Vwr.. " "V MX nonllia. ,., llirtKJiixii"1 I Bll 7I nul IIIHIJM HVnAltlllK.lt. fer Monlii-..... .... - ''5 JvyaDte to Collector at tnd of J.oitt. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The man who ruus away today may live to run away again tomorrow, whereas ho who is located - in a small grassy plot custom tailored specially for . him remain-tii there iudeilnitely Philadelphia North American. ' Capt. Uichmond 1. Jlohson says whisky causes ' 3,000 men to murder their wives each year. Ho should now he frank and show what proportion C ' those whisky-soaked...

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. — 5 June 1914

& mm n-aiT- , - w " Hit It Up to Us "V, Why not consider this llvo atoro in tho snnio light as any jithor professional you might fwiflU to consult Doctor, Law- Iyer or Banker. When you're in need of .Clothes Counsel hotter conio horo and let us show you why our Clothes at $18, $20, $22.00, $25, $27.50, $30 or $35 fully de servo your consideration and final purchaso. ?;6eo. H. Frank & Co. Havsville's Pnremost Clothiers. . i M Mrs. A. A. McLaughlin spent Tuesday 'Cincinnati. Mrs. H. C. PoUitt mid little daughter spending tho nummcr in VnMceburg. and Mrs. S. I. Jolmson, of Dal- I'exas, ape guests of her brother, II. Young. Mary Patterson and Mis Adgie of (Jcriumitown were shopping in eity yesterday. Sam Guy after a pleasant visit . and Mrs. William Kalder loturn- Uerinautowii Wednesday. Lee Clifford of Newport lias re I. to tins city and is now connected tho It. A. Carr Flour Mill. V, r tT-.n ir l... ! jy. jir. iiuuuersuu ui aucuuurj; iu spending u few days with the firm ol Mcl...

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. — 5 June 1914

W3Bmmm!rm$ JHff ":: 'SB; V , , irs . B . t ",-bh$' . .') F, m V' If - I BESl awat iiffff,JSHaagira5g r.-'i- .fnn,1r, n it. al.nhlrtat torms ov ccutivo ability consists hi sitting by whllo othor men ilo tho work. f . ,i ii ii B. 0. Iligdon, of Owonsboro, lias been re-elected reporter qf tho Court of Ap peals. Harry K. Thaw's eno hns reached tho Supremo Court on an appeal from tho Fodoral Court decision dt'.iyiug his extradition to Now York. (lurditT3uigh, the i U-lt Hindu leader, and .175 countrymen, who souulit ad- mission to CnMndn as Uritish'stnlijcctf, ' nro about to sill Inck to India. ' HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging C ditious, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband x Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would hav...

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 June 1914

---'1K!"n' '' A JMM11M1B1 ' WUM rmm&. j3?mttmy$K&mh!. . irmnuR T,:rNrEi rTn . i lfir.n . TVTTTVT T.T1 ffiHSr& kWi T TTTiMTT Shi gmrfown VEGETABLES is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry B DINGER BROS., feSt,8. ONE OENT. miMMllimillIBa.M,r :.. -riiDLiu uye hMnum .' X t-VFTOL, K . r HI ' Maa.'irA . - - , -. MmJHn: i((&fVzLr nspiLiOA-in MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 0, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. wwwwlz -lwHp FM " . Ish Ka Bibblo. A man -ffynid of microbes most sure ly is n b.oW; - He is a mollycoddle,, a mossbnek and n rube. Wo'vo fussed with 'em for forty years without, ono vain regret We'vo kissed each time wo had a chance,1 and the mikes ain't got us yet. . Ycstorday--tnorniug Mr. Charles As bury ofMear, Fornloaf brought in for shipment East, a b'unch of 131 spring lanibs that were about the finest over seen here. Tho pupils of the Eighth Grade under Mrs. Ball ami Miss Hnrbeson presented the- HigK School with...

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 June 1914

.' ryWl m mw .JT 'T if ' r . ?A1 j- , . lit ii . irni i r i v i i I w" i Mp-JiMWlff QlrHiTE1!llsVfT.3F'1"l" TT "W1IH' ""J-" ""Witt 'i i ii ,--' ""! mm 91 . FW V J,'! E-' K'V lA ' r? - r V. t w S v fe "1 in mm ft V;m' ft lMmmSam h Hn ra )( - y53 ?HJVS?liBr Nag5r ilLV M B H , V Ww . H n . J ml m RTfffiL 313111 i MPIA i ' Gear Vtii. r- -1 "VZ. X A v 'n- i . ' SYNOPSIS. N Challls Wrandall la found murdered In road houso near NeW York. Mrs. Wran dall Is summoned from the city and Iden tifies tho body. A younjj woman who ac companied wrandalt to tho Inn and sub sequently disappeared. Is suspected. . Mrs. Wrandall starts back for New York On tna way she meets a. young woman In the road who proves to be tho woman . -who killed "Wrandall. Feeling that tho Klrl had done her a scrvlco In ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply, had cnused her great sorrow. Mrs. -Wrandall determines to shield her and, takes her to hor own home. Mrs. "Wrandall hears tho ntory of Hetty Caa tleton's...

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 June 1914

PUB t'l'C E D GE,JR rwr .- 4 ' "frinE" ' " '""""""" -" 'r . . ,.'. jV.'.'"'"'".'',',"l'""''"'"rT''. , -ifca . . ., ' ""- v; 4 V. -V ; 'fWFSfe KBWlZLafltJfc-yiySEJ-S5'I US Mf - m ST JT gV I f H C W Y WaaaSSgHfegnT . V-: It -dteLA'Zh f, ". vi (m I 70S) 1 r SYNOPSIS. 1 ' Joseph Hay war J, nn ensign In the ujnlted States army, on his way to Fort Ilarmar, mecta Simon Glrty, a rcnoBndo ytoso namo lias been connected with all manner of atrocities, also headed for iiort Hnrmar, with a mossneo fiom the British general, Hamilton. Hnyward rulde3 him to tho fort. At Oenernl Har tnar'a headquarters Hayward meets Itena D AUvray, who professes to rocognlzo him. although ho has no recollection of ever having seen nor before. Hayward volun teers to carry a message for Harmar to Sandusky, where Hamilton la stationed Tho northwest Indian tribes nro ready for war and aro only held back by tho refusal of the friendly Wyandots to Join. Tha Utter aro demanding tho return of Wa-pa-tee-tah, a relldlous teac...

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 June 1914

"t K v y ' &tejjjs're "Al ..TCITi ..JH I 'wril, ; jfeitAgsasfssriafl Jjf ""v liVpji-iiiliiiii im ijyiiniiiitwiyy : THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1i u bilt ixoirT DKDr. rountu or jolt, tiurmbitiho ahd cnnltTMA. Ai F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. LooUndLoti(j Olatanoe Telephone No. 40. I TSwjm ruBLio tsmn boilmxo, Mtnlttcfl nt Hie MaTvttlef Kv.. Poitomcc an Bceon JclaM mall matter. Sl7uctVJUl'2Jto.Nstir JiAlt.. Onft Ymr MM. Mix Montlm . M.....i Tbri Jtonlli ... ,..............-c ..IK .. 1 BO 7ft Per MoutH..... DJtLJ VKHhD UY VAliltlXtt, M OvuU Payable to Volltctor at tnd of Xomn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. r, fa '"Wo have been growing almost all the potatoes we have needed. For instance, the last two months tW of 1912, under a Republican tariff, only 41,000 bushels of potatoes were imported into the United . States. In the Inst two months of hist year, under a Democratic tariff, nearly (1,000,000 hushels of potatoes were brought into this country. This meauB that more than a million ...

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. — 6 June 1914

J. t i,t'- " f"1 m V" S- '-$. ! A ; . tut,!-'?''. ' ., I 4- - - I ''- '-M I"-' xj '.,' m lit-. CI -' B il b w fit . ..H tt . GEM iiwiiiiiii mm wiiihwmijm '"'WfiffiTTV r'"1' ' "'-" M.-lntH WWillWHI I II .J I cl.. S3B8SES2Z2, igg5gS?iS53S?ffi iiffig .U..- ? TODAY! PERFORMANCES START DAILY AT 1 P. M. MARV CilAlU.HSON IN "SILENT TRAILS " One Heel Vitagraph Feature. "WHIFFLES PICKS A PARTNER" Put lie Comedy. PATHE WEEKLY NO. 36. Current Events. 'THEVlRATES OF PEACOCK ALLEY" Selig Drama. "PAT'S REVENGE " Lubin Comedy. "SKYLARK" Valso Hesitation played by Bullett's Orchestra. Ahoyl A sailor bold I'd Hko to be," I hoard tlio farmer roar; "For I would Hko to plow tlio sea And then ralso caln on shore." Jonas Well recently sold his crop of blucgrass seod on his Bourbon farms to .TSims Wllscn, of Paris, at a price said to havo beon 03 cents per bushel for August dollvery. Aw, Qwan! The telcplicao girl sure looks swoll, But slio's no belle, 1 hold; Tor I know woll that any boll Will ring as it ...

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. — 6 June 1914

V V V f. A t, i & 2f V " R .v: . IV t i? D '. ytj.ii in ii i up jgivaxTjmfii.l.-s;,n7ji,rSiijr.,7Ti) It. -L, BtiNN will speak ; SUNDAY NIGHT at ' ' T3 f. PRESBYTERIAN OIIUROII , 4 i " to HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES . Go onrly to jet good seals. DR. E. L. POWELL of Louiavlllo TUESDAY NIOHT nt t?f , inoii SCHOOL 1 And if your aro not Satisfied, wo will givo your monoy back. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvlllft's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICfiSlSlLEDfiER . . .... i. fvRrnt rAvu fs?i F&tVSOHWe. ZJV&. Mr. Abe Qalanty is hero from Lexing ton, to spend his vacation. Mr. Chambers Zwlogart of the Ohio Mechanics Institute, Cincinnati, is homo for vacation. Mrs. fleorge Traxel and '.liece, Miss Alice Knight, aro visiting lelatives and friends at Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. W. 1'. Munzing of Dover is hero for a visit with her son, W'r. V. A. Munzing of Forest aenuo. Mrs. A. V, Kelts returned Friday from a four weeks' visit to relatives in (hay son, Ashland and Huntington. ' Mi9.ses hula Iiaugli and ...

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 June 1914

w ??. (& . i ' ?' 'V , i Jf V -v-7' M-; nuiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiii rv WVT OTJPl LUSTES OF: PUBLIC LEDGER HOM 3cmrown VEGETABLES! '. is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry DINGER BROS., ifftMSSS MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1914. ONE OOPY ONE CENT. VAILY PVMLiO IKIMIKB-Ugt w t V. h J B r i.- ,Vl jBfft j Be lb Vf bbk ! uELr H,, J. aaacst :; imtu yT The Graduating Down. Her outfit Is the proem To father's being broke. AVhilo her gown is a poem, His costume is a joke. RIVER NEWS. Guago, 7 feet ami risiug. Boats City of Parkorsburg from rittsburgh tonight; Tacoma from Pomeroy tonight; Courier from Cincin nati this morning at 11 o'clock. MARRIAGES. -- (rerfey ''Wilson of Springdaie and Al berta W. McDonulil of Ferris, Lewis County, wero married here Saturday by Judgo W. H. Bice. This is the second venturo for the groom. Omar Pasko and Elizabeth Lunoilk, both of Germnntown, obtained license here Saturday to be married...

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 June 1914

HHHHHIHHI HHHHHHHHHHBHHHHHIHLf xfl - . , r - . VAT . " J 'k "7 fa'. law 1. ii -mmmwmmammMmn r r. t. .. -- - in lariiinr tit vin "iin nr-mrnrri mm I "" - r-T" T"" j" r trrn rrn n rr' rrr - "" TT"" " " " ' " i""'" "'i " " - . -, -, ., - - . ,. ., ,. t -- - - ff. ' ' " ' " ' ':"-' ' -fcjl mFMl HHWW Mib..nii- n.w . i l i. . .1 , , , . '- ' a If; I' '. r'i- I ft C" iV . ;v t v k u & h, Si l if' ttwJXLJTrf.'-J." -n&m.Mr ii..imir.rffiijnw-"'.J f HE PUBLIC LEDGER DAtLT-XCFT flOKDAY, FOURTH Of JOLT, TUAXKtalVINO & nc chwm,b. I II'" -I " f A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. (jooi and Look OlRtann Telephone No. 40. orrici ronLio teDoin builuimo, MATSV1LL. KT. Knttrnl nt Hie MayvU1e,Kv. i"tnmfe at ceond-cla mall matter. SUUiOlHI'J WM-UY MAIL, One Kwr v ' iir.o jiui ...- -"' DKLIVKIIHU BY VAKlttKJt, Tr nouih. ...n .- nu ... 7 115 Ceula rt wOit to L'olltctorut ewl at AiQiUn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN APVANCE. ASHLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND PROF. BEADNER. The commencement season of the As...

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 June 1914

P'Td -flnnE1 c" M ' f s IN-: L HI ra .- V ''(Br K &" R ttmntmn" -. v JMlgffenjK-yinynnjiHtiiigM 3Srln,J.-.-'-S--' , My JWMWNHiwrt wbmwww "iw " ' l" ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure HO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Tho man whom fame 1ms brought into Without resentment must accept hi? lot. V ' Tho spotlight shows him as a mark so . fair That everybody wants to tako a shot, "Whilo attention Iins seldom been called to tho fact,, a good many are born of poor but dishonest partMts. Tho great-grandson of Charles Wesley 'haB been scut to j.iil for forgery. But a' man should not be responsible? for the conduct of his great grandson any more than ho should bo praised for what his "grtiaf-graMdfatlier did. HAY PROVE FATAL When Will Maysvillo Peoplo Learn tho Importance of It? Backuc&tU only & simple tiling at Hist; But if you Jlnd 'tis from the kid noys; That serious kidney troubles may fol low; That dropsy or Bright 's dteeaso may, be tho fatal end, You will bo glad to know the follo...

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 June 1914

fa -3 -cr .: 4 i '.5Hn3Ww"rya . :, ,;. ;,w, 1CV its sa JW?TO PUBLIC L i E D G ER , ' V?1 K , ? k' vwjpr '" T H & T . r 1 i fr a' i''t4 Cfr Stf- '- W. "W .4, 5 ft. r C A v B0L T-tTK J BssmTrTMmnMStt "It Ain't a Menagerie; Pull Down the Fence!" WASHINGTON. From nn obscure corner of tho congressional directory and a not overly well-known portion of tho state of Indiana, stops Into tho limelight, ono Henry A. Barnhart, member of congress from tho Thir teenth district of the Hoosler Btate, WHERE AS, WILD Ni AHWAlS MO L0HC INHABIT fH' eujINESC DISTRICT -AN ' ! 1 !-!- ' Remove th' iron fences J I I GrvzeiK Jmr rfT ny i(MT 9P plckot fence that surrounds his bailiwick. With a flowing wealth of legis lative parlance, including sonorous and -euphonic phrases, tho "gentleman from Indiana" introduced his resolution In tho houso tho other day. It seems that at somo tlmo or other, tho picket fonco surrounding tho Dopartmont of tho Interior building, on tho block bounded by Seventh, Ninth, T an...

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. — 8 June 1914

w "xTt.tcVTifV. iHtn-.-HmilU ip. ..!. .,. r i.t TMiMiMirYr WEBWEH w REfiiRKA! THAT GENTLE ART CASE of Mrs. HAJM Mft By GENE MORRIS. J. WmSL hi -in '," ' 1 ' " -j -- "t-"- ' " f ' "r2JcT InV (TpTTTm rC 11 a 71 C v : A COMMON LANGUAGE : 2 Dy F. H, MA80N. I m mtxo fiXrpTt jtt r Jinn&i y. ny h r f . '.'v 1 ci. Kdf V M? BRAND WHITLOCK 1 "M- his wifo havo been very popular on account of their charming hospitality., Ira Nelson Morris of Chicago, who came hero from Romo after having completed his labors as tho Panama exposition's special commissioner to ItoXy, wns so Impressed with tho Congo exhibition here that ho obtained pnlulsoB that a fine Congo section shall bo Bot up in San Francisco. 7 COMES OF NAVAL STOCK Charles Johnstone Badgor, In com mand of the fleet at Vera Crux, was born In Rockvlllo, Md., on August 6, 18.r3. Ho was tho son of Commodore Oscar CharlcB Badger and Margaret M. Badger. An appointment at largo to Annapolis was given tho present rear admiral by President Grant ...

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. — 8 June 1914

& V s. "& "..v ?X7 oy t i ) " 7: LTj-r's-x.:,: U' M- Fi "MT V ', v It. I BBNN will speak SUNDAY NIGHT at ' '" ' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH to HIQH SCHOOL GRADUATES Go early to get good scats. il ', DR. E, L. POWELL of Loulsvlllo TUESDAY NIGHT at HIGH SCHOOL And if your aro not Satisfied, wo will give your money back. '- Geo. H. Frank & Co. . Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PtJBUC(pjSLEDGER itrs. O. W. Oldham of Cinchmati is .the guest' of Mr. P. V. Wheeler and '.family in West Second street. t 'Mrs.' J, M. Literal returned homo ',j yesterday after a two weeks' visit with s .unfriends and rolatlves at Greenup. .ttT I. RIVER NEWS. River CO feet. Slight riso, BASEBALL RESULTS GAMES TODAY. Ohio Stato-. League. Portsmouth at Ironton. Charleston ut Maysvillo. Huntington at Lexington. Chilllcotho nt Newport. National Loagiio. St. Louis at Now York. Chicago at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Bostin. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. American League. Boston nt Cleveland. New York at Chicago. Philadel...

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 June 1914

ht. MMHHRIHMIIIIIftHHMMHHHaHHHHliai 5 OXJPi 3LII3STEI of - S PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF GROWN VEGETABLES g is fresh every day. Call and see our Hue or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry mm (jpi. & - if Bfc ' y if t--i w. T ...' .; 1 - i n r ii- wn"iiir - - ofty routed ijmaKit-nn W.' Tho Graduates. Hell "hitch his wagou to a star," He'll V-strive to reac.li tho heights afar;" "Wliile she declares with gestures free: 'Beyond the Alps lies Italy." Luko. Government satisfied competition stored in New York tobacco trade. re- During tho month of May there wero 1,000 visitor's to and 075 books taken oi t of tho Public Library. ""PESIRABLE PROPEBTY FOR SALE. . not sold privately, I will ofl'er for ' "fflo at public auction on Thursday, Jv.no Hth, at 2 p. m., the house located, at NTo. 1418 East Second street, oppo site car barns. House has seven rooms, two halls, is practically now and in good repair. Good out-buildings; nlso two good Jots on corner Broadway a'ad East Second stree...

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 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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