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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 June 1914

n - W; ; v . rt! ..&$"' . , "? v K : . 4 s :v- ,?- '. ? rJf5V .?" H" - v K-;: V yiiftiw'frWWWWWWI!MW H5H5S3H "ffSqgp 5HSST My wlfo dislikes-tho mountnln air, But still alio hatigs around. It sooms lior poodle d6C8voll' thoro . And hns gained half n pound. M i.nii i ri i hi i ii m i ifcdhi - Mr. Jns. A. Bnrr, a nativo Kcnluck Inn who hns boito making good in school work on tho Pacific Coast for many years, has boon appointed Director of Congresses for tho Universal Exposl- .ItuuxIiLi la llif. mil v ntlmr- I'liuntrv in tho world besides tho United Stntcs that hns more than, one city of 1,000,000 population, of which there nre but ten Those taking pnrt in tho Children's Dny sorvlco nt tho Third Street M. E . Church will meet for practice,, this .even ing nt 7 p. m. Tho larger girls meet at 8 p. in. This is n suspicious world. When n man greets us cordially, pnts us On tho back and tolls us whnt a fino fellow wo tion to bo bold in San Francisco from are, wo Immediately begin to wond...

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. — 19 June 1914

' X $ The Genuine Palm Beach (Coat & Trousers made up in tlio best styles and perfect fitting, will laundry nicely and still retain tlioir shape, and our prico, and you will notice wo aro tlio first to publish prices in Maysvillo papers must be a rcsason. $0.50 and $7.50. eh. H. Frank &Co. Vtevsvifi's Foremost Clothiers. ,i i . 3ir" Special Cold Boilod Haul. Minced Cooked Ham. Underwood Dovil Ham. Baked Beans and Tomato Sauco. Olivo Salad. Onion Salad. Boilod Grab Moat Tuna Fish. J. C. CABLISH & BRO. Quality Grocers. Phone 230. Wkctrrc Shop, r- TTC Winds Electrical and Year- Round Comfort Tho girl graduate tho Juno brido tlio Bummor girl will be proud of tlioir dalntlnoss as ox pressed in a photographic por 'trait mado by us. Export posing and lighting on ablo us to produco portraits of merit pictures that please. Mako an appointmont today. Brosce The Photographer in Your Town. m TlinIV TODAY Anna Boll Ward "THE QIRL TETRAZZINI" Will Siii'' Mntineo nntl Niht. ETHEL ORAND...

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. — 20 June 1914

;' 5iwi.i.yu.i.tijt.j i . '..'ii"'.r'.!r'r,..,.':?L'.,.i,j.i iir.1:1:..1"""';1"1, fla'.'Afgr.'Sti.'JL.'.v .,.; j.1. ' : ' -l- '"""j '.WI.W ..., ,, !'wwn miiun... i; tl). ,. '. , -; .j.iy ; .. ".iit f ' N '' MlilllilKHliaiIBlElliIIBlWII. W?A cToWN VEGETABLES I is iresn every day. m Call and see our line or phone us. We carry I a good selection of the best. a 5 DINGER BROS., lSffiSS$& aM ONE COPY ONE CENT. k . Ill I I II I I !Z&mW?ftnLj 2m9WI I I i I 11 1 I il I I H w rujoLiL Hsye juiijjixjijjti i Hk , v " KBf ' wwyvjy-ij-ovwxrxJ-iu-iiJ-uTu nrui-njxji.i-iJULnru-tai-inr-.-r -- ----- ----------- """'''' i i m . - . ...-. , . ,, -,.-.- i-M-l-ln.f-in.ri.rij-i.ni ri.ri-n.-uT.i-t M rAti aoxoA-jw MAYSVILLE. KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914. T ; - , ; i ,, m .1, r:i 'Il ft Sfr BV Snro! Said I: "I have no place to go, I've lost my job, old pal;" Snld Woodrow: "Tut, tut! All your . woo Is psychological." Pound box of talcum, orlontal por fnmo 10c. Two boxes of violet scented talcum and...

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. — 20 June 1914

II II 'imnMuaaaMurannnMM (HHnaiiMMHBanaa WILL REQUIRE A BILLION DOLLARS 10 GLEAN MEXICO WASHINGTON STATUE DRAGGED IN THE DUST I ! I " (f , v ,1" .f : km x 1 'SsBr SnT - m&zm jflrl& lHsw J IIP tBkT As H Vii WK v jv mmn Rare Assortment of Swords in National Museum WASHINGTON. Tho sword collection In tho National museum, comprising Bomo 180 pieces, proves porhaps of gTeator general Interest than any other of tho many extensive exhibits. It not only covers a long period of ton or twenty years, a feature no doubt resulting from tho contact brought about by wars as well as follow Ing peaco regulations. In tho ethnological division of tho now building there is an Instructive exhibit of ewords and cutlery which forms part of tho George Konnan collec tion, and includes Turkish and Arabian yataghans, two Russian swords, a Scotch dirk, a Crusader's sword, and a sample of two-handed woapon dated 1710. In tho Mason family collection, lent to tho museum by Mrs. Julian James, thoro aro Bov...

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. — 20 June 1914

V ff 3 ' (.J sm Policeman Is Taken Prisoner by a Lively Cow CLEVELAND, OHIO. A big spotted cow with regulation crumpled horns and a determined cast of countenance captured Patrolman' Chambers of the Detroit avenue station tho other day and bound him so tightly that it required tho united efforts of every long breath and began to take inventory of tho three hundred odd bonos In his anatomy. "Strango," ho muttered in a dazed voice. "I was suro somo of thom must bo broken." The cow, which belongs to W. H. Ford, tired of hor pasture and started to hunt a now one early in tho morning. She pulled up tho stake to which her chain was attached and started. At tho Neil torraco tho groen lawn of the court attracted hor and she parried, long onough to -get all tangled up in the chain. Her half-strangled groans and "moolngs" awoko every ono in the terrace and someone called Patrolman Chambers. With soft words he tried to calm tho frightened cow, hut failed. She caught him between a troo and hers...

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. — 20 June 1914

w ? H . iW i v,a Tj '9 & r ' rHEPUBLIC LEDGER uiiLT-xCPt sosd.t, roontB or Jult, tiukhoiviro Ann mnininiDi m fa. a' ti riiRPAN. Editor and Publisher. ered t IheMaYgvltlc. Kv.. Vo.tofflcc g ceono-cia. mm. ... tiVUiHJUH"lWHt-UYUAlU, One Ymi .... . . - - HIT felaltlMlfe- - . mm..m !?" Thn ltlniilll .....-.... " -......- , . m.,i. ....... ..-...-...a5 Cen.a V7V I'awbUtoOolltctoraUnd ot Month. &IL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN AU ANLh. 'V1 Vim hiAtinl desire of the "Wilson Administration &to "assist" the farmers and the banks with Uncle Mam's cash is merely the longings of populism ftu spciahsm. A TOirty of Howuu County teachers will leave -Morehead on Monday June 29th, s for a trip to Niagara Falls, this recognition and reward being because of their servico in the moouiignt scnoois &hich they conducted so successfully-and witn sucn TBeroism'and self-sacrifice. The trip will be given dhrough the courtesy ot tne jvcmucKy i' l Women's Clubs, and is a well deserved rccog ftion of th...

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. — 20 June 1914

1. rf": . ?l- Ijf!!fflffijiv)6 TflKrl yVvJr.Vs " iJkHPi- - V . w imm L T-rrrrn m-Trm mT-rr -- JV, I.S v I. MPKf' . w in i i - - TMjr , tfedLW1 l ,'i " A hon b(ooi on'tho gnrdiM lot, whence all but hor had fled, and didn't loavo a planted spot in the early onion bod; with. vim sho worked both feet and legs, and tho gardener says ho bots sho wag trying to And tho kind of eggs on which the onion sots. Record JuMo prices prevail for Juno lambs, scarcity being the price-making .factor. Chicago last week had tho small Tst run within a year. A Juno trade, on spring lambs crowding tho $10 notch' is n decided novolty. Tho wool market continues buoyant. In Montnna flno staplo wools are iM a 20c basis with average clips at 18 to 18'c. BANK CLOSES DOORS. Tho CltbiMi' Hank and Trust Com pany, of Ashland, closed Its doors after an examination by Stnto Bank Examin er J. H. Chonault. Tho bank hns a cap ital stock of $200,000, a surplus of $20, 000, deposits of $100,000 and loans of $r00,0(0. Allege...

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. — 20 June 1914

"' ?, ,T ''? "- 4. 9ir w, ,U V. ff :m . k.) i r v. , iji MM M i lie Genuine Palm Rpanh r UUlJiJII W mat $ Trousers F inado up in tlio best styles and .J..l. AtllnM TtJ11 IlllflflrV fttcoly and still totaln their sh'apo, and our prico, and you Will notlco wo aro tho first to publish prices In Maysvlllo (papors must bo a resason. SG.G0 and' $7.50. feo. H. Frank & Co. Waysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. f " Hf Tt..l . Iff .tt.na ..iill nnulililinn t'iI( -Airs; I CIO uiiur anil luiiuuun tuij iHinftlipriiomo in Washinytcn W .Mraml Mrs. Grimes of Ewing were ilra visitors' In Maysvlllo yesterday. 4 ' ' MTMi'EJorcnco Barbour lias returned fronLwlfiort visit in Cinc'ftinntl. 'W. ' O6oft?o W. Gnlbroth of Bracken Joutity was in town yesterday Mr.:. 0. Carter of New York was ailing on trade liere yesterday. ENIrs. J. O, Blair of Neptune was a luopiiuig visitor here yesterday. it -. " MrTthisTollu, of tho county was a ?9 visitor In this eity .yesterday. ' - IrjKWlll Kouo oi nte eounty was a r......

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. — 22 June 1914

lHiilNHNiNipilHHIIIH)illiaRaHlMlHMIMll g OXJR X-IISTE OF1 ! m V- LEDGER g grown V COJD 1 J DJLEC5 g is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. 5 Xj-iTj-j-ij-ui.n.r-ii-w-irwi-i-,i" i" M " ""' ViTAiXr RSPLBUVAN-Sim daily rv a x (0 lecm sh-s h&ir niNCFR RR09 Leading Retailers I m UllNUCtV DKU3., 107 W. Second St. g MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1914. ONE OOPY ONE CENT. PUBLIC -j a lr I ffv ti bv (1 ? tf l I mf fxiJ, IBK v? JIo foil in love rMit nt first sight, Sho married the poor gook; And Mow he's wondering why ho did Not tnko a second look. I.uke. Imports for May showed a good in crease, but there was a falling olT in ex ports, according to figures just issued by the Go eminent. JUNE SALE AT THE ART SHOP. All this weok. Salesmen's samples, , pinniped linens, towels, scarfs, etc. All reduced. SUNDAY MORNING BLAZE. A small blare in tho dry cleaning shop of,, Tom Griflin on Forest avenue do stroyed a few dollars worth of pr...

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. — 22 June 1914

Bao JVf -V s- . ft - ' - '' "- " ipE PUBLIC LEDGER UilLT-KOrt 80MBAT, MOHtll OT JUI.T, tBNTW " ' urn rimiRTMiR. -J- Editor and Publisher. fcf n ritRRAN. - - - Sf -. v-- ...- , lAdUp .. N0. 40. I orr.c--rBrMot.?r.K-o.xN I.UIIWf H"l " - - Entered Bt th MY"""- Ky- PMtnflice n aceouJ-cUM mall matter iTrttiDiiuin'J nta St V At At,. lV w.. " 3 OU ime CMrumM hw.b . .i. nix - inllH.HNI-N .... - uruvkrro xr oAituiJta, 7 ler !TfloiitHMHwM O II I II .H)IHIIHMIIMHWIH ....... .j..... iVtyaftUlfl Colltetor at end of iontA ,5 Itnti L 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCh. ;. , 1 t ' a ...,!,,, 4imUi. "iiiiiiliutnrs" had a irood time RnVhile thoy were mediating. . .'tlTT.,51 In ilin vintiirs." SHVS tllO 'NoW York TilUL'R i lllill tV VIIV v - Wnftor the polo game. Y-e-s, ajid h 1 to' the van-'-' J.Vfiiisliod. Courier-Journal. fi y . . . . . ... .. 'I.. .. .,..,1.,k Iti.'a fl Sir Thomas iJipion is noi umy i''i "- " ....spender. lie also believes in getting a million dol lar's worth of free advertising.. ...

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. — 22 June 1914

& LT ? r& IT. tf afcin m. wdswbvrb mm The most economical o! all quick-leavening agents VA Bo OarofuL Not mcroly whito you'ro wido awake, But when you'ro sound asleep. It's very much tho safest thing To look before you leap! If it wasn't for tho weather lots 01 peoplo would havo 110 oxcuso for talk. ., It is well to make a good start and it is also welt to remember that it it the finish that really counts. "Witli tho oxeoptlon of choeolato car ninela thero is nothing sweeter to a gin than love's yoUng dream. Public Sale Wo will sell at Public Auction at 2 p m., Saturday Juno 20tb, the Suburban home of Mr. D. A. Emmett, located on tho Maysville and Gerinantown turn pike Just outside tho city limits. This Is a nice two story fratno house of seven rooms with halls, bath and water in the house, also small house on cor ner of lot that rents to good advantago, together with about two acres of land. There is a variety of fruit of all kinds on this place. A splendid place for chicke...

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. — 22 June 1914

sbbbVHi dHflry . flfMTriQ JiSEkL fHttk' - Ofr if tiHi T ' h IrjTJ m 'Tv. r fni Jm f tIi TlM"TtrSit' HHS'sIIq W$M$w wuuBAmi m&M MfrtMsa umJJ2i LV v." -mm nu - SYNOPSIS. Ctiallls Wramlnll la found muriJorod in i road houso near Now York. Mrs. Wran- datl la summonod from the city and Iden tifies tha boly. A young woman who ao-Icomnanlcd-WrundaH to tlio Inn and sub- panquently disappeared, la suspected. its, wrandall starts dock ior new xore i nn mitrt iliirtnc n. hllndlnir snow storm. On the way she meets a younu woman In . Itho road who Droves to be tho woman fwho killed Wrandall, Fooling that the (girl had dono hor u. service In ridding her of tho man who though she loved him doply, had caused her great sorrow. (Mrs. Wrandall determines to shield hor and takes hor to hor own home. Mrs. KVrandall hears the story of Hetty Caa ftle.ton's Ilfo. except that portion that ro tates to Wmndall. This and tho story of th tragedy Bho forbids the girl over to Well.' Bho offers Hetty a home, f...

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. — 22 June 1914

HttMHHHMBHLflR HHHHBHBB1HHHk sSvfliMaHEiDRVHPHfllflBHVHtslHflKji JBSH!BaPBBBBHMIPBTTBIBBBWHn4ifc rsPwT ?3 a&KwSSOwBEI&G gfajBBktiiBkjaBjBjBgeaaBjBjBBBgftaiijBja , - . , . , " ' v ' J- r&m A fr fr. r,rs e: & as fcV w U X rs ' SYNOPSIS. Joseph Hnynnrd, an ensign In tho United States army, on his way to Fort llnrmar. meets Simon Qlrty. n renegade whoso namo liaa been connected with all manner of atrocities, also headed for Fort llarmar. with a messaue from tho British general, Hamilton Hayward iculdes him to tho fort. At Qenoral Har- ear's headquarters Hayward mcots Reno "Auvray, who professes to rccogntzo him, although he has no recollection of ever having seen her before. Hayward volun teers to curry a message for llarmar to Randusky, whero Hamilton Is stationed. The northwest Indian tribes are ready for war and one only hold back by the refusal of the friendly Wyandots to Join. The latter are Semandlng the return of Wa-pa-teo-tah. A religious teacher, whom they belie...

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. — 22 June 1914

JMMIMBBttMfeJgjIIBIiMIMMaMlllllgl JJJJMI1MMM1MMJMUIMJ Wl mAi. m IMmmm Bu m lh a up Genuine "aim Beach at '& Trousers made up in tho best styles and Jorfect fitting, will laundry icely and stfll retain tholr ape, and our price, and you mill notice wo are tho first to prices in Maysvlllo papers must bo a resason. $0.50 and $7.50. . h Frank & Co. Msysville's Foremost Clothiers. S&fiMNm . i m-Kii r II lor isgF&xrxSHs X&tmi. G..Whito of Sarclis was a busf. '' . ..t;A l I-.. ! il.t- ..It. Jt . - MriW. W Willocks, of Cincinnati, is Bpondlng a few days hero with lus inothjir. ted States District Attorney TIkh. DSlattory is in Louisville cM legal biijipcas. ! k i P. L. j3.unpson a proiniMebt mcr- t of Dover was in this city yester- ay On business. itrs. Iiydia Mathers and son nntl TUfi'ugKter of Cinchtnnti are visiting Mrs. William Guard. ktrj&amos MatKors and wife, of Ciu- JnatK'aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. luiamCharil. " HrSB. S. NorrU of Ripley, Ohio, wns thai cit...

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. — 23 June 1914

woftjaaiBlaa - CO I I T .TTSTTH rTP T" PUBLIC LEDGER HOMP 5gTowN VEGETABLES I is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry HTNOFR FRO Leading Retailers 1 R UIIVjDK DKWO., 107 W. Second St. 5 J1 il A i. f fiti UltlOA A JWT7 fli7l' PVBLIO JJiDaJtS9 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. B - M MMM M " aAH-di .A - ... -ii. i- H I & v ;.? ,'W ,l W.t No girl object to Cupid's dart, Nor does slio mind the stones ho flings; Stick treatment never pains Iter heart AVhon stones are cut and sot in rings. Judge. Mrs. A. P. Ilcspess of Frankfort who hns boon visiting her mothor, Mrs. JToiiTi W. Watson, returned homo Saturday accompanied by her nephow, Mr. Wil llntn Mathews, who will visit her and Mrs. Ciutcher. POLICE COURT. Tho following persons arrested Sat urday and Sunday were fined by Judge John L. Whitaker hi his court yester day: Stanley Anderson, colored, drunken ness, $0.50. Ed Stewart, colored, same offense, s...

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. — 23 June 1914

y ill - r--, 1 1 - r-fTT'llll ill I 1 V -- "" i.i i ,ii - ., ! 1 1 , . . -. 1 ViIr i niBMimiMiinn rrnn n - x. wvu ra '- -- - - - - .- - -- . ..... .. . . , . . .,... . , . ,.. . .. .... . - ... . . ..- r w . . , . . . ---. a x,a!i w JKDHfI 4 MsmF v &: ?$ h i '(I h iH HE PUBLIC Diltl XXOirt SUNDAT, TOOKTU Or JOLT, AND OURUTMAB A. P. CURRAN, Editor tiootl kod Ijodk OlfUnce Telephone No. 40. orrioB lyiiiTfJ at the Maymllle. Ky . iNntoffice ag t a Uticn.Ul I' J WAS III MAlu. OnoVmir ' MIX BtO.lUl... ... ....... lOO Tlirco Slimtli .. ............. ................. 7 UJtUVKRKD 21 Y UAIUUKJt, Per Moiilh.. ...-......- . . - ......an txni J'uygbteto Volttctor at tml of Month ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH THE CARD SYSTEM FOR DRINKERS. Granted one is u regular user of intoxicants in Columbus, Ohio, lie may some day get a ourd from the proprietor of his favorite place which reads something like this: "1 have been notified by your wife, father, moth er, etc., not to sell you any intoxicating liquo...

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. — 23 June 1914

PHH 3 . I,... , ,i. ,, a i. M1L wimnt aw V & ; V f I.- I m.- W mm ' - SUP &' Ilf Rf '; ' K I Br i 1 I CEORGE W. MAXWELL well-known trapshooter "I find relaxation and complete enjoyment in Tuxedo. It's a nerve steadier and a surefire, slow burn ins tobacco. Easily my favorite." TOM A. MARSHALL famous trapshooter " Tuxedo tobacco is unquestion ably the acme of perfection; smok ing Tuxedo makes life better worth living." 4jhC7, &&4jA4tA. FRED GILBERT the celebrated trapshooter "The coolest, most fragrant, most pleasant tobacco in my ex perience Tuxedo. Leads in mildness and purity." ja. m& A mouse can bluff a woma'.i. Hut al rabbit like Friend Husband can't scare her, Some men take care of their pennies so their dollars can tako caro ot some body else. GEM A fool man usually. waitauntil .th other fellow gets through before, ic, starts to talk. But when two womon get to gabbing both talk at the samo time, and each tries to keep a few sentences ahead of tho other. WOM...

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. — 23 June 1914

l m hi"? -; iV f. S - ' : ' , .Sti X . S5Lji m.. it it, At , R S.PTPU.W" ' . r hfirptff IHm jWIIV -lvn s.vvj behind this Store It haan't been our purpoSo to make this .good clothes storo simply big In size. Bather all our thoughts, our efforts, 1iiayo been directed toward making it If fgonuinoly useful' to tho community a 'real public benefit. And our stoady, .consistent growth is not duo to us, so jmuch as it is to tho steadfast loyalty of our patrons. It's their way of tolling us that tnoy uciiovo in una storo, its merchandise and its 1)0110108; that this is tho kind of a store they Want and always havo wanted. GUARANTEED OLOTHES $10.00 TO 535. .Geo. it Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. fhsoml r&mFWj!!M i ?m-Arixrrsw Li I '-N--U-S. -fc. ''i'- Mrs. George dinger Portsmouth for a visit.- has gono to Mr. Carl Daulton of East Second St., was a Cincinnati visitor yesterday. Mrs. J iter. Mrs. V. I.lgin is visiting lier sis X. O. Kendall of riemings- brO xiv 7 M ft bBr ...

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. — 24 June 1914

HHh!RBT wlftlaBlHggi3MiHB8Bl tYjCK4HBk i W! ,.' '' 'jw lam ::; frj&n n ' ' . 'V - 'iJfefeWtfr s. 4 . '"'' S ' -..--& "..' r nim i miii mi! i niam MMftHMIHMHMIIMMMlllMIIMMHMMm :OXJR. LHSTE OF: ;iy srv PUBLIC LEDGER hoivi rown VEGETABLES i. i Is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry 5 TMMnCD DDHC Leading Retailers MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. B, , -., iu w. aecona ai. P-'V IiaD' mMm WMm &M I miBSr JHw; ri MmdrVMN iii2j?!lmri fl lil'P5 . a ' ?!?" 1 1 I cried, resolved to chance fr-fUS tSilV Jlif5 SpL" fBW'Jfcvl' lj.i-vjvv "s1 ??yl J "Maud," . hor, "There are words T burn to sayl" Then slio made this cryptic answer, . "All right, Charlio; blazo away." Washington, Juno 23. The sale of the American battleships, Idaho and Mississippi to Greece was approved to day by the Houso. The prico is $12,- ooo,oqo. CHRISTIAN OiroROH PRAYER MEETING TONIGHT. $., -' "The" Unifying Agencies In American C...

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. — 24 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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