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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 June 1914

"w ,r ,'WJ !.'- r 'm -m , w vy I ' ' i .Wi.tf.' V"J Jfi "& r . ik, . . . fgiwgapreHw ftyiJjgyjT?1 wwiWHWHpjwOTr;Ta ffMjjj!vi'c'jCffsi'j (MlUHMHIIIHIIMHIttBfllHMil v IIMIMMIiri u zzzzziOXJR. I-iUSTE! OF ' PUBLIC LEDGER HOMP c-Ton VEGETABLES Ti is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phoife us. a good selection of the best. s L We carry j i DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers 107 W. Second St. MAYBVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. j ... . .or-. v 1 , '' . -r Ji-. r'l Mr'V -. w'',''l't,"i""l,wfiJ"'''rr:?iw3r MIitJW 'y-'r '-'AVllSfi I iiy M '1 to r i m H- . Wr-t I Should Worry. ,"We aro no longer engaged!'' Said she through the telephone In a most most decided tone, That was enough to make hi in freeze. "All rightl" he answered, "ring oil" pleased " Miss Elizabeth Childs left this morn kig for Lexington to attend the sum mer tonn at State University. MISTAKE CORRECTED The Maysvillo Chautauqua Will Be Held at Beechwood Park This Yoar. It has been wrongly sta...

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. — 15 June 1914

II 1 II MP" " C vvirBwjrjrfM 1 T v ,S-- ,,.' T' i . V ; ' A j m ,fH I . 1 V ihEWfc BV- Ft 1 - - T, , --'--W- ft. P. CURRAN, li . I J HE PUBLIC LEDGER DilLI-K10PT 0NIUT, WORTH OF JBfct, TUHWH AND OnnlljTMl. - - - Editor and HubUsher. ffi,&WtopU. NO. 40. I AT.V.Lt KT. Knitted at t1icMavviUe. KY- roitofficc an ctQOd-cU nJl . totter aUUHLlUVUUHoUy UAlu, One Ynir .. .... ...- MIX WOllll- mmm, M.W....M.. .... M. ... Itiref jttonlli ,........... UKLIYXIOCU By VAlllUJtJi, ler Moulh, Mil MM... io 70 t9 (JeuU i'ayqMtto VolUctor at tntl of MoiUti. K'ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. jj Come on fallow, "Old Ken tuck" is going to givu Plnway'two United States Sunutorsthips. First come, ! tSf. Vi!A..l nAHIInil L V AVill Postmaster General Burleson, or the local rostmnstur, or the letter carrier, make good if the iarcel post eggs aren't fresh ? Boston Transcript. . &WHAT NEXT? MpAJl'tlio gh'ls graduating from Hie Franklin School, of Oakland, Cal., will bo supplied with i ..; .'. 1.,, 4lw ...

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. — 15 June 1914

V w ;., fV- 7 WH :tnot '. t 'Hi 4 :' 4 . , k- v& trer .J Li ft. ' r '' gM"'''g'!T"rrr k".- Mm if a 'BaMif y v ' Pou)der "To obtain the best results we use and1 recommend for use Royal Baking Pow der. We find it superior to all others. "INTERNATIONAL PASTRY COOKS ASSOCIATION "ADOLPH MAYER. Socy." YES, INDEED I It's not so hard to fuol Friend Wife, When lUtlo clows alio finds; But thero'd bo moro divorces if Our wives could rend our mads. JJ l J J JJ "l I ! I I I .J.- PROPIIEOY CLASS OF 1914. J j jj j i i j $$ j j i i i i i Writtca by Lena Wells Lykina and Nellie flrant (with apologies to Shake speare.) Published (with apologies to Trof. Chase). CHARACTERS: Tirst Witch Lena Wells Lyklns. Second Witch Nellio Grant. Third Witch Auna Calvert. Time Midnight. Seeno Heath, dark and gloomy. (First and Second Witch enter nud go wlerdly around the caldrou.) First Witch When shall we threo moot ngnta? Second Witch When the hurly bur ley 'a dono Wh'a tho battle's fought and won. Third Witch ...

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. — 15 June 1914

- ) V $romtarr$ U.' S. Army Has Ten Officers Training in France f' rf ASHINGTON. Tho movoment of American troops to Mexico brings to ta.ifVd notlco the fact that ten United States nrmy officers, representing all 'branches of tho service, are on duty in Franco for instruction in French mill r ffi " ! tary training. They aro thoro by per- "v fifthsiToT on; "xzP? fk n mission of tho Fronch government, 'uSMTOTrfliT syyS iL-' officer or officers from tho Balkan and r smaller states havo had permission to sorve with one or anoth'cr of French regiments, but it would seem that no foreign army, not oven tho slan, has during this generation had such opportunities to know tho ich military system as tho Americans now havo. """pt. W. A. Castlo is In an infantry regiment at Orleans; Capt. N. Mar- ad Lieut. A. T. Dishop with other regiments at Chalons, Surgeon T. nd T. Martin at tho cavalry nch quartermaster's school and Capt. Morton Henry of tho American quartermaster's division and (s. E. S. Gre...

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. — 15 June 1914

ffisam ITS nBHHHHftaaKJig "4.1. Mwr 1M iiil s c r M ft- l'- i V fto '& !A A7 SO- g-m r i .i I., ,- i i r ..I 1 1 n. ti a.. . -f T i n Central Park Visitor Said He Saw a Goat Smoke NEW YORK. Bob Hurton, assistant keeper of tho zoo in Control park, waa entering tho Hon house tho other afternoon when a young man staggered across tho walk and leaned against him for support. "What's tho troublor Hurton -An ff j?5 . 5p U A: JA. C. jay , mf --Jf T rY lfe'irXMnJ y J. CLi raAA ?zl wkxlk m aru n i -f i j 'IMMU On tho way to tho lot back of the elephant houso Hurton mot Bill Sny der, the head keeper. " "What's this I hear about a smoking goat?" Hurton asked his chief. Snyder was perplexed by the question, but, with Hurton, he followed the visitor who had discovered tho zoological phenomenon. In the lot was Perfecto, a large ram, presented to the menageries by the manager of a circus. Perfecto was standing In the center of tho inclosure. There was a far-away look upon his face, and he was h...

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. — 15 June 1914

.' Bfrftfii v ! iViiS.j aSiXZVbIe7 feaMi' fg. SAID aothat this Is a Voting Man's MP tt JvoVnioro than a score of styles jmeafwho havo passed SO. rfiojtaro designed for busy men, man jfSjf&lnf-who know what's what In &t5B& . For mon who havo paid exclu- .msstallors some outlandish . price be tcausolthoy thought that ready clothes makers nover considered .tholr needs. MThoy'ro conservative without holng oadithoy wro planned for older men jMt-n export in miE'iiousE or kuppenheimer !3no tailored from the best, the purest woolens evor spun. vxiiey re now, wuy u oamubivo uuu ri.... ... -..- i. i .......- .-. r'll lit oven tno namest io ns waw irantocd. priced as low as $18 and at to $35 arid they're worth it. Bat. II. Frank & Co. HavsviHe'j: PnrernnsKtlofhlerx. PUBLICLfiDGElt The largost card party of recent years in illo was that given by Mrs. 'Bar ussell and Mrs. Pcarce Browning Pavilion in Beechw,ood Park Fri afternoon. Over Ono hundred eiijoyed the game uMd tho infor e...

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. — 16 June 1914

Bk PPKsiPPifBi'' Sii 'PBgBKSra? v j ' ( '' k?I uki , . i " ' i v ? i -ii ii- wX-mmmmwmnmmmmmotSB , i Y - - r I ' "-T IMfllflllUUlHNIIHIMilHMMlll' OTXIR. HallTES OF1: HOMP VEGETABLES GROWN is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. Leading Retailers 1 g DINGER BROS., ONE COPY ONE CENT. 107 W. Second 5t. iHHHfllMHIMHiMIMIIII R.Pl .-.. X 5 W; - TUBLIC Jlllji LEDGER j Kx$f,l . ilrl .... - - .. r. .- .nirfxi-irjijnjiLii-ru'LrxrxrLTi-n-niTiuLiTJijn-nj-ij ' ' 1 i nn.n i. 1 1 i inn n n, unfinriiii Hi w.mmi jflB& - ft.ft-f-iJ-fl MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914. iH I f "" flV ft. JKk rc3Gf iff ii- i r K:;. v fV UHSHil ,R-' "Don't succumb to grim despair, mrri H KWBfflitt "3Br-A But remember when you 'ro glum, fifi?MNwT5MrBRl jHK- That tho hardest things to bear WsJmPW El- !KI jtk . Aro the things that never come." Kj&SjKTh WrMPl Mrs. Hannah C. CurrnM of this cltj WC ""35ctBs91 X n i - - - i! tuf jn i mi 'ga JH3 .-- nnu son...

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. — 16 June 1914

' A M ' ..5s !isa - .. '- jgga 'Xb tyv A: if Vi fF2 "..X-ii-- jii tvi flC& m i JmJ f I IIMMMllMP ll 1-rHITTrA .UbMrfPMMtoaMUMPM I I 1E PUBLIC LEDGER rn r tip pw lllLT-lXCIT SUWDJlT, JOURTH or JOLT, TKAXKIOITIMU u yunmi"' iX.'F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. SdWlM.lL.iM Nn 40. I orrioB-voauoLDUBmu.iNU. M'JtgUBOf TBlV'P''nl' l,U U I MATT1U.. KT. h frt A nt tlig Maytvltlt Kv . Pcitomce a nceond clati mail maucr oo ou 7 SUBaVtUPliUfltl-JiY UAiU nn Yeur . DKLIVXRBO HY OA.HH1H8, I'er Muutl... ....-...-. . .- !" iMKl6(t) Volleetor at nd ot Mvnui. $ all subscriptions cash in advance. The Boston Advertiser churges that for the past -two years there has been a big expenditure of moii Xy, or effort, or ini'luenee, to force this country into Avar with Mexico. N Full returns of the recent vote on the qiifstion 01 a constitutional convention in the State of New York, show that only one-lifth of the registered oters of the State voted on the proposition. atf Ji Tlio United States Supreme Court...

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. — 16 June 1914

" 'Hi" 'PlBr' tMBB ' 1 'tfrcmEHBnw KJi It, !'- r ? . i r.- h - 5 If K- n, i 'jQvrx 3$K &'& tM- I 11 X -a 1,-J Vf fWMNWpM' jBm.- c '. ;C CARL CANTVOORT leading role in "Robin llaoil" ' 7 afoaysfillmy pipe withuxedo. 'Cuxedo and I arc firm friends." Great Singers Must be "Tobacco Wise" TuxedpistheTobaccoChosenbyOperaStara MEN who depend upon their voices ' come to know tobacco as the ordi nary smoker never knows it. A sen sitive throat or mouth feels the slightest sting, bite or scorch of tobacco. Tuxedo is the one tobacco which singers, actors, public speakers all men who guard their throats zealously can smoke with pleasure and safety. Tuxedo tobacco cannot sting, bite or irri tate the delicate membranes of the mouth or throat. JACK HENDERSON of the "Pink Lady" Company "Loud cheers for 'Gynedo. My favorite always. I put ner zest into my singing after a pipeful of ljuxedo. I find tuxedo a real voice help. " ilJMcedo DONALD BRIAN starrlne In "The Marrlace Market" " have found ...

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. — 16 June 1914

Mfcv jHb i-wW-) SM HHW r- Kf - t j-i H 1 .XY Hi 'RAJ r .. 3 ' T im "usa mmr ,na,h r fen? HHk 1 r vTt 1 faS lair We T .V.J V S 'u 1 ", Mm Beach Gbat $ Trousers r made up in the best stylos and R perfect fitting, -will laundry . ' nW .nil .tilt rntnln fhMr N , shapo, and our prico, and you j- ll MaIam wa ava 4Yiik flmt. trt $; publish prices in Maysvlllo kf papors must bo a resason. $0.50 and $7.r0. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MnvxvUle's Foremost Clothiers. B6LICiLEl)0Elt . 2&frs. J. J. McMillan of Dover visited "& ... 1.. uerft, ycsiuruu v. Mr. Noah Timmons of riemlngsburg a visitor hero yesterday. rtiss Lucy Wilson of Liinestom street is 'Improving from her illness. fl blisses Edna Ailiuns ami IMna B.ivls gfiH'nncoburg spent Saturday hero. Mr. W. J. Curtis of Mt. Olivet spent atnrday here transacting business. -"Mr. 11. I. Cord of Cyntliianu was u tfess visitor in this city aatumay. " ' nv-.il H. Huucan of 'Maysliek spent Satprday in tliis'ity greeting friends. 9 W MR James McQl...

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. — 17 June 1914

w. . 'A-v imL? . tfs VvVSj--'' - -SrJ iS mi 2 T' ."iwp E aea ? i "'"TT v v I iv I. see - "j1 a. r?ry iPiMin nimWfcww WBMBNIIBMMHfllVflllllHIIliwaiWilNMiiimM1 v rTTr t T-for-rn -m- , J M ,; . ' M -, PUBUC LEDGER uxvi jujta.a.x jgj V-J7 - HOM GROWN VEGETABLES i is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry HINHFR RR09 Leading Retailers H UliNOtCK DKU3,, ,07 w. Second St. LJWWWW vrjtB i 1 lilsru tUtlCAAtmn MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. f ik pr . ' W m J w. M f -, l'- m 1 Bl w 4 mm jalL . lift' Blvw; :f, ' - Some Drcamor. On sultry days I long to dream : Beside the summer sen, Or clso to find a woodland stream ' Whoro Nature speaks to me, But since I cannot roam afar From crowded city sci'.ies, I'll tarry where, the buzz fans aro And dodgo the honk machines. Mr. Bernard Hanloy has acecptod position nt the Central Onrago. yr Tho past two nights and days hava been "dee light ful." Nights nnd morn Hngs almo...

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. — 17 June 1914

r I . iiiiiMMMMwwiminnittiwn MM-t-M-ifi. "I . v ' "l i ' i 'ILLJ '"" ''- '"- " '.-'--' ','immwn.i'. . .L1 - , ..-..,.--,..,,,.'. .... .-.,, ii., - , Mriir ' -a -, ' --u.-. - ' J -'. w - . .. , , -. :' V' - ' lY M fo j. 1B " .. 1 . . - .. I I - t I -------1 " I I il II MIM I II I ' 1- T '- 11 " - ' 1 r T .... 3TJ i. MM Wt 1 I " n-r - f. A Mbl - - I itrfE PUBUC LEDGER tiix i,iii.-kxort uhh-t. rouutii or jolt, tiuxmoiyik" TO.. AMU CIIBIBTWAB. w ?':- ..-. . ..." nji. -h JtiKitohip. ja. y. uuhk"- Muiiut u m.. OUUtiw Tf luphone lu "' ' m.titilli. t' Knltred t theMrvnic, Ky.. rottotnee aw tctoud-clnJH mall matter' T " ' aamvuivmiUb-BY uaiu ... v. .... ............- . -.t? Nix Wonili- ... hMHw.Hi-ii 2!: -M MllHllll Mm. . . i.ttirinpfi nvnAitultpi. Prr MoatH. -...- - - Cii yayoftU to Collector at tna oonw & LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN API ANLh. y il The jjonuon Timus, ns n inst resort, uminuu a commission of famous experts to investigate the British telephone system. The first report of tha...

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. — 17 June 1914

w38b!IsHPJh' ftSKBGEQSwrBnFv&' aaaaaaiwJi. tt"MBBaHaaaavaaaa "i rgTp rTTriTTTrn-iiniirinirfi nwiiwma hi wiimhiiiimiwiwiii jhilwiipiuwhhwi iinn .7 ti w tf tr Ti n iKT J f K- J ' . -V J ?'-. 'c .. SB i. J . IS v. ' IB H tfJWTrjTJr S A. At Cfc Avoid interfering with thq man who Is dond In love. It is Mot your funorul. TIIE DIVORCE PROBLEM. (Cincinnati Enquirer.) I'aris, Ky., .luno 8, 1014. I have been n reader of your paper for over 30 years, and have learned to rely upon thu wisdom of your editorial utter.Aiees, hut your remarks about di voreo In today's Issue woro not worthy of you in either thought or diction. Now remember, I am not a divorced womnn will never he one, though long mar ried still I am n firm believer In the sanctity of divorce, and, with tho great George Hrandes, fervently pray: "(lod send us more divorces." Begging your pardon, Mr. Kdltor, 1 '11 remark, that your solicitudo for the "helpless child" 1b silly. Clod Mover intended that inno cent childhood should bo ...

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. — 17 June 1914

V. IK e Genuine Palm Beach Coat tf Trousers ,njado up In the boat styles and porfcct fitting, -will laundry nicely and still rotafn their shapo, and our prlco, and you will notlco wo aro tho first to publish prices in Maysvillo .papera must bo a resaoon. $0 50 and 97.50. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mnvwllle's Foremost Clothiers. ffUBUCLEDGER i " 'Bliss Margaret Ilronti is well after a davs' illness. rs Cecelia Downey is tlio guest of IBs I.Ula Lally at 'Mill Ureek. M. M. Harv and wife left vester- lay nltoruooM tor a visit at uoiorauo Ijmngs. L w Miss Jul m MoDauiel of Third street iaitlng her sister, Mrs. T. D. Truinbn Cincinnati. rs. M. B. M. Clibhbns and daughter, Miss Elizabeth leave todav for an in- ifo staj in Arizona ,a'.id Southern uliforniu. ir- - " ' Mr. .lohn Dudley Keith left Sunday Tvftifonoon to titletiil the Haupt-Adain Btftflh't'ddiiiK in riiil.ulelpluu next wed fncTdhy evening. Larry L.ingofcl has returned isit at Covington. lli was ac Miied tliero by his wife who re Wi...

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. — 18 June 1914

Si ?r. vf, $ v 1 ". tSK-&4"VV" . . j I Hi I i I I y wi immmjiim-iwjm V--.""' "7. HK MHIIlllllllMllllllillllHMllll OUR XjIJSTE OF1: PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF a VEGETABLES ;a Is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. ' v S'& l wStSSSsi SaSi'' w 5Xij f itiwoiit.iaAN-nm in; rvniio &JUaKU-in MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. T1 ':., TI-pv often sncalc of women thus: W 41'Pl..... .tnnnnt fliifiiip u cttnliivM Tint t'-K !... """"I The looks tlio charmers cast at usl '' Ami, oh. tlio marks thoy mako of menf - .Judge Clark, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark P. Rogers, Is recovering nicely Jtom his attack of scarlet fever. . KE1H ASSN EVERYTHING ELECTRIC , ' Maysvillo Oas Co. to Open Great Cam paign or Demonstration two Young Women Experts In Charge. The Maysvillo Oas Co. is now putting on ono of the most complete electrical displays ever seen. Miss Curtis and Miss Hawks, two experts from tho Gen eral Klect...

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. — 18 June 1914

j.. .. ., ,., linMniiikMiiiiwMMil. IW gMiMiMHilTTiinr niiiii HHinnirrrn rr-rtri ' I' "n nyii -iriTn"tn I - i i n -i i n i- inrr-n ii" m nmnin n ..m n i.iii,mi WL Ptf v v t . J ifWE PUBt tammiuiiMtuvrmwmmmm i m i"lJM T, "' .. . I -: if nrrf . ) 1 . 1 - i r" ---" - .,. .. n fiT.. - hm .. jr j1PW!1i liai I wiittftw itn iwgrs iiwtiigywiwyjgpWBg IC LEDGER iUlLt-BXCIIT IUMUAT, OtJHTn Of JOLT, TUAHKSelYlNII nu nnuHTABi A. P. CURRAN, - -.-. Ucl nd bonn Mq 4Q OlnttrwTelophone 'u " - Editor and Publisher. orrio rOBLto LKnoin nDU.Dtna, MAT1TILLB. KT. i.v.. Knttred t the MavvlUK)roi)pmce m gceond-clam mall matter- auuauitii'Hona-oruAiu. UXL1YKHKU JUY UAJUUJSl, Per Montn.. ...a nu ... t ... 76 ..SO Vent rtlygftl to VolUctor at tnd of JuntA ILL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCh. " , ' Since May 1, 1904, there have been lost in the :,.f Panama Canal Zone 2,190 lives, o which number 1,219 were the result of accident, a) u he remain der caused by sickness contracted by . ork on flic canal. Moreover, 25,...

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. — 18 June 1914

H VVty.1 rvv "V vm V , - -i .-. ft- r rv M ' . qm& &t. si- SK' fc3 rft ts fc'X'Jt w. M-M ii,A. c - tfo.YI AP r V' 1 WyjT' m & , ': ROYAL c4bsoutej? PUF0 Makes Home-Baking My son, don't be a plodding slob, . Don't bo an nlso-ru'a; Try to l)o bljjRor thnn your job, And you won't got tho enu. Luke. Special prepared paint $1.25 par gal lon at HENDBIOKSON'3. INv olllciaN created by the last Leg islature took charge of their duties at Frankfort Monday. Plans for a building to cost $21,000 have been accepted by the Board of I'M ucntlon, Rllabethtown. There will It eleven ulnss rooms and two, smaller rooms. GEM MILLIONAIRE LONG Visiting In The Blue Grass and Buying Jerseys Miss Long and Sister Guests of Anderson Stock Farm (Tuosdny's Lexington Leader.) Mr. H. A. Long, well known Kansas City financier and ehurchmaM, arrived in Lexington yesterday morning accom panied by his (laughters, Mis Loulu Long and Mrs. Hnyne Ellis nnd C. J. fTucker nnd IFred' Dow, respectively managers of ...

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. — 18 June 1914

ak!HLf 1 s I ' 1 w t', ml 8SiSfe ,v5 KM;P kflniHK SHpc B?7 fciii VVf" Genuine Coat $ Trousers mado up la tho best stylos and perfect nttlng, will laundry nicely and still rotain tholr ' shapo, and our price, and you will notice we are the first to publish prices In Maysvlllo papors must bo a rosason. 5C.50 and $7.60. Keo. H. Frank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers: LICtfglgSLEDGER . OMLT lr. Slulby niattcrmnii K'ft yesterday OMiCMiinti. n tho larger sense, every mun writes hls'bWn epitaph. J ifr? J. V. Knckloy Will lend tho-pray VKfrtnt lurv trmttvlit tit Mm l.firiaftnn MJIIVUh.lli: .I'U.fc.lfr . H.V wru i. ....- mm. Dan Millor and son, Bernard, onmipiey, unio, nro visiting iuiss uvau Foenler of this city. ffi . . .-v.. . . . . r T . iMSssrs. Ben Greenlee, ' Kcinjior (Sll and 'Frank Nash wero at Flom- gsburg last oveMing. Ir. Alio Onlnnty has accepted a po- Ton behind the counter at tho F. II, I'ra.xel confectionary store. Irs. Elizabeth Calvet of West Third has entirely rei ...

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. — 19 June 1914

t srr -' N A ), 3 '-HE?, .' M T0 , nt . - KSi -At H 'AJSU'W '. "&- iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiu OXJR JL,I3STE D& PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF 5gTon VEGETABLES jsrx js fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. W DINGER BROS., $&$& g : j -j I.HRRLY RKPLBLtOAM-TM MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY JUNE 19, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ' 0A1I.X l'UBLIQ LEBilKJi-Kn WWliriiwwn.Kwowr f ... rt,alf m KimHKWiiiiva : B30U A 'A-- , ft Mlti fslfflaL "f.n ff A "You Know What Mean." Thoro's another crazy phrase which I , tnniK snouiu do canned " You know what I mean. C'.lo hears it repeated on every hand , You know what I mean. This meaningless tag is nlfeeted by people Who toll you a something as plain as . a steeple, And add, as if fearful you won't uu derstand, , "You know what I mean." S8, Complaint is mado that horso thloves rt' n.. -t....n . . ii p uro active in many ciiunues in ouuiiiuru '( Kentucky. Mrs. Henry Lloyd of Lexington, Is horo on a visit to 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. — 19 June 1914

I, J s ' Mae public ledger uuLT-Moirr .uhpat, yoiiRTa or jolt, thakkmitimo , ANP cnnlTMA. - - - Editor and Publisher. SWF. CURRANV rWibcn . M 40. I o",0"-'vd?Sfl"KnTo,tm,", . Ql.Unoa Ttupm o , - ' ltntered it theManvHle. Kv , r-o.tomcc ceond-cla. mall matter BUniHtKll'IIUNBui iii ..s Oil h iitMniaMiHiuinifM 1 2? 4 a 4k mm Vivnr Mis. VtontlKL. . inrwwo""'" " "" ..,,., VayabUto voiiicioraitnu or aww fe; ' 'LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN API- .4M.h. c &? In a "moid ailvancomcut class" in Boston, com- It . . . !.- il. Cll. 1 fill. ;p6sed of the UG brightest pupiis oi mu um mm um "grades, .and placed under the direction of one ,i i p: ,s.. i ..,..,... . i.niimlntinii nf t.hn nnilt'HO. k iieaener iium i,iihhih.- i" " !"- the children finished the work of the utli, ah and 8th grades in a year and a half. Only one hour a day was allowed these pupils for outside study. THE FIRST STEP. The loss iu net earnings of 478 railroads for Feb ruary, 1914, was $19,895,057, as compared with February a ye...

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