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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 9 June 1914

ii IK' l ) I- !,-'' 7 .s H ty w M ,' M ... WMk M III ISLj III . f I Bt ill in r ' rrl ffiap 1,1.1m., -mi -: - ' '" ""i 'cm mi .wwm.,.1 . w'LWJLaiiiaiu'a.111.',..' 'L1. BBgBifliesguaii'PBW'; '".'s,ga!tTT' fHrji --p " """" . ' -a . 1i,.l.-nii -i 1 imiiini rfiiinii m im 1 ' ,' ' ' " "j' ' '"-'! ! llMM,MTfffffS??S!SSSn IW (.0. r...iWMoico Tuxedo enseals to me slronelu on occoihi of its cool, mild, picas- ant flavor. Therein lies its super iority to all other tobaccos. STANTON WAUBURTON CotiL'ii-ssmuii, btute ol ushincton "My own experience leads me to believe OilI every desirable quality is presert h 7 uxedo Tdmcm. it is the best smoke I ever had $) Ut-orCJj. IRVIN S. COBB hii 11 jr,sl aud novelist 't think of any reawn why r i r ! T l 'n t sati I like I uxedo can I shouldi because I do like U, Very much." -' rftc uy?-f ( When a man gets homo at 2 a. m. and . A corset compaMy advertises a new Of the 201,000 Indians i.i the United has to ring the door bell until II a. m. model that will ...

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. — 9 June 1914

W-FSi," ! j ?.' , '. y h 5' IV j fr iii m I . 3SSS2SSSZ2 AND WE SAID ;'s truo that this Is a Young Man's Btoro Oiut nKTAtwA mawi Minn n nonrA ftf afvlftfl LI 11 TO MV W.(M C DVVtg M Mrf .for men who havo passed 30. They aro designed for busy men, tnon jof affaire who know what's what In clothes, For men who havo paid exclu sive tailors Bomo outlandish prico bo- j'causo thoy thought that ready clothes makers nover considered tholr noods. ' Thoy're conservative without bolng doad, thoy woro plannod for oldor tnon by an export in THE HOUSE OP KUPPENHEIMER and tailored from tho best, tho purost woolens over spun. ' Thov'm now. they're exclusive- and ' they'll lit even tho hardest to (It thats' guaranteed. Thoy're priced as low as $18 and 'from that to $35 and they'ro worth it Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Forpinnst Clothiers. Snowstorms accompanied by sudden drops in temperature wero reported from Nevada. Sharks arc always numerous when a -farm hand comes to town with his month's ...

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. — 10 June 1914

Vt -' wuan. aia.xJ J2j V-J? m PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF 3gTown VEGETABLES! is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry g DINGER BROS.; $S$?U WVWMWVWAAnAA -XI MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. VJHiir PCBLIQ LKDdKB-UOt TT9- f m - J , ' ' I ' - V t WaJol fjwtrv PH1 11 r f L 1wfl JjmF Am Iloro. omowhoro thoro is world, I hear hats perfect and complete. Thin sphere s not. But 1 can't hunt nround o find 'that perfect world. I've, found X s u to mo to do my best ith this world liore nnd trust the restl WEATHER RE-PORT PAIR AND WARM TODAY AND IURSDAY. tJSIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. -i'siiM lirlvntnlv. T will offer for , . j r ..... . public auction on Thursday, 2 p. m., tho house located, East Second street, oppo s. House, lias seven rooms, fl practically now and in Good, out-buildings; also lots ou corner Broadway nMd nd strcot. H. Q. HOLIDAY. M 1l at afc PARENTS! I 5 ... . ... B Why Wouldn't a I or Buggy Make a Good ...

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. — 10 June 1914

T. 4W, V '. t i r r ass SZ m. . 'F . Jl wr . m. !-;j 5 V! if-' us?. ?- i T' fc f 1 t- y Hr IK H - - THE PUBLIC UiaT-KOSPT HUNlllt. c)UBTU or JUUr. ANI OIIHHITICi. A. P. CURRAN, Editor Luoal and Lung fin AQ Olitanw Telephone lu orrioi Unltml 1 theMaysylllr.JKyJljomcejtlJconJ-cla mall matter. aUttaLUit,liuAetii,MA.tu, . On.V-. Mix month. -.....-.... .............. 1 hre jlonUi .... " DJCUVXllKU JUY VAHXUtJt, Per Mouih... ....... m " uyntlili; fcuKtttor at i 0 iO''. HARD TIMES AS A POLITICAL ISSUE. Mr. Koosevoll intimates that the wicked Demo crats are responsible i'or the prevailing hard times: This is awful! It is true that we had a panic when Koosevelt was President; it is true that what ever tremors have afllieted the business world since AYilson was elected are mild in comparison with what would have followed a Koosevelt victory of 3912. But Koosevelt comes back from a long trip iu the South American jungle ; he confesses that he knows little of conditions at home, yet fires away ...

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. — 10 June 1914

w "sA 'j' j' "M, H r: K TODAY! KaUM'S TWO-KEEL FEA.TURE "fJREY EAGLE'S LAND STAND" A Thrilling Iiidiun Play. "THE SOUL OP THE DESERT" Biograph Western Drama. PGEM glHHMMipiKMIHHIHHHIJIIHHHIIIIII S BY a joe, g THAT'S B SO! I High School Commencement V Bullotts' Orchestra in a popular musical program. PERFORMANCES START DAILY AT 1, P. M. "THE OATOH OF THE SEASON" Lubin Photoplay. "ADVENTURES OP KATIILYN" Wednesday. 1 4 V. Y J&i EYE STRAIN OR. VISUAL DEFICIENCY Should be corrected nt once. Gladly and willingly we will examine your7 eye and only prescribe glatses when the need it clearly present, and good results certain. PRINCE'S TORIC LENSES Are constructed and ground on the onjy" scientifically correct optical principles and can be obtained from no othor establishment as we have no agents. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAIL ORDERS And can duplicate lenses from even the smallest fragments. Our immense stock enables us to replace broken parts at a moment's notice. All work guaranteed. Don...

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. — 10 June 1914

1 sBu i m mu mm utfummmfm r- - A . .- : . mi. i iiiBimiim !! i i nil iiiilii ii iHTTm ' II ill li' il 'i n ' 1 1 Hipr " iiiwuirnni iirr mrrn r ' "" H s vU K, a?f , & s- V J' r-r. W'x m WV .'. KA'ii k.i 4' m fr v L ?fc i. 't' y K .gss CTWl.SWWtllj.l 111 1,1'iW HI rfHjWWB AND WE SAID ''il'B truo that thia la a Young Man's otoro tout Wo'vo more than a score of stylos for men "who havo passed 30. - They aro designed for busy men, mon of affaire who know what's what In clothes. For men who havo paid exclu Blvo tailors somo outlandish prico be cause thoy thought that roady clothes juakors nevor considered tholr needs. Tliey'ro conservative without being doad, they wero planned for older men by an expeit lu THE HOUSE OF KUPPENIIEIMER and tailored from tho host, tho puiost wnnlAnq nvnr K1HI11. 'W . . . . . h They're now, tliey'ro exclusive anil fe, they'll tit oven tno narucsc ro m, mava guaranteed. Thoy'ro priced as low as $18 and from that to $35 and thoy'ro worth it. Geo. H. Frank &a...

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. — 11 June 1914

feSJV . fed ;fth. miWaHMMHHIllHraiMHMHiiHMaHHHiiBgHaani :OXJR. X-iiaSTEl OF: I m PUBLIC LEDGER hocwn VEGETABLES is fresh every day. m m 3 I t-all and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. g DINGER BROS., $"Stil f 1 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. !'W1 0NE COPY ONE CENT. 1AIL V rVBLlO l&MEB-Un oik ' t. PHL w is 4 ud V I V H V ."' ;j A r a W Litlo Do Peep has lost her sheop. If alio bo wiso Ami seems to yearn for thoir return, She'll advertise. ittle Bennio Cooper, son of Mr, ami Benjamin Cooper of West Seepnd Wtwhile at play Monday afternoon 111 on the side walk aid broke his right arm. 100 IN THE SHADE Yesterday's Tomperaturo a Vorltablo Blast from the Bed Hot Ovens of -' 'Old Sol." One hundred degrees In the shade was what tho oflleinl therniomotor marked for several hours yesterday at tho homo of Mrs. Mary Marsh in Forest avenue It was tho hottest day of tho sea son and everybody felt tho extremo hu midity. However, there were no pros t...

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. — 11 June 1914

,r ,rVWlillK- ' Sj : "t ' " i3 -I Vi HMMMMWMWUM -.-x kl $' ?,"' im.. IV .' Sr'i Mfc" , A ' &.. !! .'A ifA iWl , JC wr V it tr iV i. tV ? V . ' J ! V V y'l W - .vf K L iit . tf v. ft 'iCt 4 V ev m , i ' vHMHMMi THE PUBLIC LEDGER llllbY tXCIlT lUNUAT, rUUHTU or 1ULT, TIU1118I1IU 1 CIIUlBTMtH. A. P. CURRAN, Editor nnd Publisher. Ul..ulLollC M in I 0mCl-r0BtI0L1tndlBI.UILl.IM8, 9litneTlethon HU( tui MtTSVlLLl KT. Hnleted nt ihJWyyvmKv Jyitompe nceoiul-clim mall matter. aUUHVIttP't lUNis-BY MAlu, Ona Yi MtK Huull"- "" Tlireu jli.uili ..... .... . ' OltLlYKtthI) Jif VAHUlltsU fur 3oulh...... y.t uu ........ " 7ft .US Ueula jtiyablt to L'otltctor ut mil ol ttonti .Rubanovitch the uovolist and drumutist, who lms pomutlmes been eallqd the Kussinn "Murk Twain" has been driven into exile by his humor. Under the pen name o Sholem Aleikhem ("Good Day to Von') his fume as ti humorist story-writer bus far exceeded the boundaries of his native lund, muiiy of his works having been translated int...

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. — 11 June 1914

I- Il v, ''ti-n-r- ' ' l " " '' I ' t i" ' .' '""-- - - iu Lt . ,- .-. - , , ;.,,. .. - i i i.i j i ' 1 I " 'i n I i - - i i i-iM- ni n i- ni ir r i . 1 ' rmmmmm iirre m fc 1 ! iM am 1 - 1 . I' ROYAL BakingBomder AbsolutelPure Admittedly tlielilgltcst class, most efficient and economical quick-leavenlng agent made, sold or used Tho elite were considerably mystified . tVIiuii thi'lr wudiurwomau whirled by in a' splendid limousine, unci nut :i little hit'ttlt'd besides. "SWlce wo do not, as si mutter of lopiul usage, pay our laundry bills. Biowv" they ilemumled. with asperitv, 'do you command siu'li luxuries" "Why, by saving the soap wrapper?, bo BurcIV tliu washerwoman explain II in tho bivt of tennier." Puck. ki- I at - sx I At 1(1 a irl is seeking an ideal. 'At my oldkind of male mutt will do hapliu, Milne, (Jreufell & Co., ouo of thq. largest banking houses in Mug laud, losed its doors duo to bad stock deals ALUMNI BANQUET. The last series of the annual bust uess meetings of t...

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. — 11 June 1914

v V. - ' . fj &' 4 w- 1 'jr PRmJ ,. m ! iuivrrqr1?? MD ft" tills Is a Young Man's fro than a scoro of styles h have passed 30. 'designed for busy men, men who know what's what in .ilea. For men who have paid exclu jo tailors somo outlandish prico ue- fcauae.-they thought that roady clothes makers novcr considered their needs. Xliey'ro conservative without being I doad, they woro planned for older men by an expert In TIES HOUSE OF KUPPENIIEIMER and tailored from tho best, tho purest woolons ever spun. They're new, they'ro exclusive and they'll fit even the hardest to lit thats' guaranteed. They'ro priced as low as $18 and from that to $35 and they're worth It. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MbvsvIIIc'j Fnrr-mosl Clothiers. PPBLlCSLEDflElt fetEte 1X&&S& Miss Martha Trapp is viaitiMg In l Augusta today. (Mr. C. A. Collins and wife of SanliH spgnt yesterday hero. l r " ' . 'Mr. If. 1 Scarce of Winchester was in this city yesterday. ' Miss Mii.'iiio Sprocmborg was a vis' lt&...

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. — 12 June 1914

t J V 1 - ",' MmPv ' ' '- :Orr:R. XjI PUBLIC LEDGER B grown V JlJLjJI g is fresh every day. Call and see our Hue a good selection of the beJ ----------- S DINGER BRO MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 12 , 1914. ' ONE COPY ONE CENT. 'j a i hi r js , ?2lJa5rDi4vAJJiB, v .I. ..., if I) r -. -it--. s r, , J " ' V. K dad mi I '. ISf ' iJittJajiA-im ft - -f i;.fc( v7Aj a dandy grouch tfn, is drooping low, much ill feeling pry place you go, Jito moot yon, lies thoy will scoff, qu tee J sour-UKe Ind jaugh it off? T Ugcrnld, son of Mr. '. Fitgcrald, returned llego at Ames, la. He aeation here 'with li is 99 YESTERDAY. a hummer for heat a'nd ought the weather was t of Wednesday but it ;j;ury reached 99 Thurs Wednesday It stood at ilrop in the temperature public is gasping from 1&V I wa W$' ' l ' Hk2,,e,ll i KJr'thel F mm' "i i4mm I f. I ' r& ' . j PA RE NTS! I 5 Why Wouldn't a Nice Runabout 5 or Buggy Make a Good Graduating Present For Your Boy? When you come in for the Commencement 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. — 12 June 1914

'. . i k jM i . JBBHHh ' mi nm ..itfftfriMC'slEHKiirlKS . mSffiMHBhk v 1 B&bH? r, UAttamxti r and Publisher. llLIO LRtlUSR BU1DUHO JxTiVILI.l. KT. bnd-cla.i wall matter .i, !" .......... 1 o l". S9 WIIU lot A. PiV AUbAMh. Iress, suys an ex- ifms beuii soaking uty and between aire worth and Extend credit Viylflir vuil- tae income A lily. I may V01I. 4 .ft.'-. ill put irnrpsent.intr ote, and yet ioiiul cunilnl aillion Ainer- 11 tc muniicu uxporiments with arret at the Kock- ei'ore the Radium ding to Dr. Robert to use radium treat y's experiments will in the methods of as they demonstrate heretofore been con- ve been kept away from s much as possible, have ,e healing than the Gamma ietl on. Dr. Carrel's experi- Tip lilin liiwl iiiiniii'it'ii'ifl n 'a, instead of curing cancer, h of the cancer cells at a tre- The t-xperiments were eon- ssue cultivated apart from the and kepi lilive for two and a parts of the tissue which were ' to Beta rnyjs diminished rapid- those pliifrtd under th...

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. — 12 June 1914

?&. i'e ft'.. c aw i- trtf EYE VISUAL Id bo corrected at once. and only prescribe glasses ijoou results certain. PRINCE'S TORIC LENSES Arc constructed and ground on the only scientifically correct optical H P riuclples and can be obtained iave no agents. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MAIL ORDERS And ran duplicate lenses from even stock enables us to replace broken uaranteod. Don't Visit Cincinnati i m Ain't It tio Truth? Hevvuro of tho etu)v mark." Thorp's '.in I filing when he'Ilulo some marking llllt'IL. If jirls iljttil laughing oety time they iut'jiSf'fo alulitv to do so the race i bo extinct. V iv speaking a prohibition com- 'one in which it is dilliuult for Ir to buy liijnor. NEW RATES FO. To Oo Into Effect Monday pono Ways Eltected Only. two and a mill cent lailroul frouniro.l of the i.ulioinls in Ken- by the law recent l p.tsxod by the tit-iulii If I . t ill IfJI llltjl illl'iliil tit i- i of.-o... .... .... j,.. ...... . f J jO Sij7 J M JW d ifHiPw-v vv4r Af r. O. line M.mdtiv...

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. — 12 June 1914

Vv "fasak. ,.,,v ' .& 7 ' 41vf ??W&i JHmgS$K.fc ' '4biML. . -irv f '"!'j sV-WpukV !' '. " ' - fLMssA tiirmrrnhmrmrmmrrwJU .uffiKSBgiiHT E? ? . i an3 iBMcnvkMii (.. i -jf)i . . .. .'..,. ....... !,... i,. i. r J leaves lofliy foi- vlftt (t Jior liomo H y on'a leaves today to v'i't (t Jior liomo' t Ohillleothc. Sho wi"l bo gono sovoral months. nl',.i,H niavtr T r Tlnwmnn nml.wlffl w.iv.u.1. ..v-.u. . , of-Vnncoburg are Vlsltlnf tlieflflilWqr Prof. O.S. rialff ua nfteriiljuf 90m inisncflmL'iit oxerclsos. ' ' ' ' 1 inoncqmi.'iit oxerclsos. Miss LUa Duko Woods, nssfetaht to Prof. Aclieson of tho Kentucky Col ogo fOr Women, arrived ycstorday to joy tho summer vacation with hor -onts, Mr. jyid Mrs. Jnmes M. Woods. . aMd Mrs. Isaac Wntkins of East atreet and Mr. and Mrs. Mellaril Vatkius and family of Kast Sixth t motored over to Chatham, Brack- unty, Sunday to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. O'Neal. Mr. Rlcliard L. Wat- js and family returned Monday. Mr. d Mrs. Isaac Wntkius remained lor week's...

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. — 13 June 1914

ggnjywjfffo, fiffa i H-i.' " :OTJR:; homf trr? GROWN VJD is fresh every day. Call and see oufi a good selection of t I DINGER M ONE COPY ONE CENT. iwnmiiMMiiiMiRifi mm.i , lnA-vw, w nvfa,w jf- i .' v mm m Am i - i 4 , trv. .v .. '.. .- m 14V -H ' U . VL: 1'J . J2mii2W&v'v'0dm&MMjM . . . 1 Y f PfJBLlC p LEDGER ZmA fja ( if r Wv $i "Sr:JS MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1914. V )- s ;Jjrenionltlon. Ah ho poMflred, "Shall I wed With thistyjowglrj peaoliorliio?" Echo, rumblifa overhead, AnswerWl wilh a warning, "ltonol ' y Judgo. -' Mr. Dan H. Lloyd of Oormantown was here yesterday transacting business iTAItb TIRST STEP TOWARD PEACE IN MEXIOr). ' Niagarn Falls, Ont., Ano 12. Dele gates from the United States and tho Huerta government today formally af fixed their signatures in tho prosoneo of the mediators of Argentina, Brazil nnd Chile, to tho first protocol of tho series through which it is hnpod to rostoro peace in Mexico. Tho agreement reached yesterday in relnticu t...

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. — 13 June 1914

I 'BFr t i t,m . JflNWI M AI lllllll III ! ! Ill 1 1 I M11M ! IW'I H Mil I rrnpi rin K w5?: ? - - of Her Hand Georefe Barr M0Cu-tchervn coPY?dtt7:92 or GtonctZAM AnanyAxr: corMfz na 3YfODD,rtJTi&oCOMPAtY &r i h, I k lo Jnoughl" lou wrong mo vilely! You must Ve " i.ave an excellent memory, and psrao well." suddenly throw heraolf upon and burled her faco In her bat sobs Bhook her slendor od over her and watched for to with pitiless eyes. Then lneasy, wondering light bo elop in those dark, ominous loaned forward the hotter to the choked, inarticulate' t were pouring from the At last, moved by some fto could not have accounted .knelt besldo tho quivering laid her hand, almost tlm- non tho girl's shouldor. lotty, it I havo wronged (thinking that of you I an brokenly. Then sho lift , and tho harsh light tried ck into them. "No, nol . saying? What a fool I way " J'o wronged me torrlbly, amo in Bmothorod tones cushions. "I did not dream it that of mo." as I to think!" ,ed her head a...

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. — 13 June 1914

rlnBPRAiH: afN aaaHaPaaaaM $ 8YN0P8I8. Joseph liayward, an ensign In the United States uriny. on his way to Fort Harmar, mceta Simon Glrty. a rcncfftido i whose name hM boon connected with all manner of atrocities, also headed for Fort Iluttnai, with a message from the British Kenernl. Hamilton Hayward guides him to tho fort. At General Har mar's headquarters Hayward meets Rene D AUvray, who professes to recoRnlzo him. although he has no recollection of ovor having seen her before Hayward volun teors to carry a messaco for Harmar to Sandusky, where Hamilton Is stationed Tho northwest Indian tribes are ready for war and are only held back by tho rorusal of tho friendly Wyandots to Join The latter are demanding the return of Va-pa-tee-tah. a religious teacher, whom they believe to be a prisoner. Hayward s mission, Is to assure tho Wyandots that the nun Is not held by the soldiers. Reno asks Hayward to let her accompany him. She tells him that she is a quarter-blood Wyandot and a missi...

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. — 13 June 1914

. .fpUBDIC LEDGER Kt't-iort ux'iut. i-oohtii or iVbt, tiUNiumviHo J' xwn OuniBTMA. 'AptCURRAN. Editor and Publisher;, MMWPBPHWiii i it 'T " ' T" Cf-J.iT". i -. f .-. i. ) 1,1 if " .-.- . i . - . - "V 'llJMli MmMMjUifc 1 1 ' vl'll BSffmLU.n. Wn. 40. OT"S:;iS"S"","',"r jonuue - -w- - -- 8Sftf 9ttaica Telephone Kntgrcd'at the MayTvlllt. Kv.. l'oitofflce gCeotiJ-claM mall watjer' A . one Yer. . ..- J " 4 Wlx Monlta . . ..... ,m...i...i TUreBlnuH" .......m...... .... """ iu A ' DjtuvxRKl) ar UAHuuttt, " rrc MoulU --. Si itwatiltto Collector at ena o) Monln, ''gJtLL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE, ys gratifying o note that as Kentucky, towns WMdry" as. to saloons, they get busy .putting in 'fltenvorlca. (ftian must havevn meau disposition to try to another 0it of a nomination on the Progres- tiqket.-Ex. - InstAnd the senatorship. Kehard P. Ernst's entrance into the race as a Fi.i . . .i- a . ..i :..,.:.... ,...1it In Kiuuiuie xor me ouiiuioriiiL iiuuiiimiiyu uub" - 1.1 '..I.,..,.! 1.. l.,....

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. — 13 June 1914

r!& ,"" 1. R 4. Rft : 0- V. ,y "i ELV' Jf . ' ' ' - - - - -" '"' " in i mi immiMin llll aUIIWII III ii. ri i n , m, , .. in m. ,m .,, . ,, ,.i.i.. .,, ... . . . . . ',. ." m n " . I P" . i . . t i i i if i rr i i ----- . j. rf - , n - , - , t. GEM HON. W. J. FIEIDS Our present Representative in Congress from tins, the Ninth Dis trict, whose official announcement appears in another part of this paper as a candidate before the Ueinociatic PjnmiryAuguaWt. . Hvery girl is au optimist. (Jive liei a pair of shapely ankles and she U sat isfied that she ha n good figure. Muysxille Lodge No. 704 B. P. O. Klks, will hold Plag Day s-erviees Sun day Juuu 14th, at their lodge rooms, corner Second and Court streets. An interest'iMg program has been arrauged. 1)K. 1. (J. SMOOT, 12. H. W. 1. SMITH, See.-Tieas. ANNOUNCEMENTS. KORCONGKKbS Wc art iiutliorlitrd to announce Hon. W. J. Fields of Cartel Cuuiity lis a cumliilate for re election lo Congress from Hie Ninth District, subject to the Democr...

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. — 13 June 1914

r ., ISAID .that tills la a Young Man's jSJfinoro than a scorp of styles nwjfpiio liave passed SO. ic&jiiro designed for busy men, men ffalrs who know what's what In ies Tor men who have paid cxclu tailors somo outlandish prlco bo othey thought that ready clothes srstnover considered their needs, ioyro conservative without being j.'thoy wore planned for older men inexpert in r BvJIOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER tailored from the best, tho purest Jens"evor spun. hoyre now, thoy'ro exclusive and Jt even the hardest to lit tliata' ..: a priceu as low as io auu ft to 935, and they're worth it." H. Frank & Co. mlll,! Fnrr most Plofhlprs. UBLICSLEDGER HRSfltfAUS flgfeSSSgS53$g Miss E1izaPcrs is visiting relatives !i"vfriends at Germantown. 'lr. and Mrs. .1. J. Dishcr of Shau were shoppers hero yesterday. 1 Agnes MeAuIifTo was a visitor riunati the drat of th'e week. Walter WorthingtoM of Minerva i business and pleasure hero yes- "Jj.Unilerson of lowing, spent 'light "KeruN'eu route homo fro...

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