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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 29 June 1914

K UK &' r m if $ Km lK' RLj 111 y SYMOP8I0. Joseph Hayward. an ensign In the Utiftod States army, on his way to Fort Harmur, meets BImon Qlrty, a renegade whoso noino lias been connected with all manner of atrocities, also headed for Fort Unrmar, with a messago from the lirltlsli guiieral, Hnmllton. Hayward guides him to the fort. At General Hnx f.iar's headquarters Hayward meets Iteno D'Auvrny, who professes to recognize him, although ho has no recollection of over having Been her before. Hayward volun teers to carry a messairo for Unrmar to BvndUJiky. whero Hamilton Is stationed. The northwest Indian tribes aro ready for war and aro only hold back by the refusal of the) friendly Wyandots to Join. The lattor aro demanding tho return of Wa-pa-tee-tah, a religious teacher, whom thoy bellove to bo a prisoner, Hayward's mission Is to nssuro tho Wyandots that tho man Is not hold by the soldiers. Hens psks Hayward to let nor accompany him. fine tells htm that sho Is a quarter-blood W...

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. — 29 June 1914

m vf'"lV" i "a',v llJTSf '" 1. . . V"'-., it ijyrrywMA iiww iUUSaMStiB&fMUra(MrHWMtWBKW9IGIMXnHB TO", j TS3S l ITT.. T . U.'i! ,!.fiVJJi nsHy s!5:rxa'l:,l;;.g,v:'l''r::;vll--Si : ',1 (J ': fffi wSb. V niiiwuWilwil ii inmii iriiiiiiinin m i rgweoV cloyor Is In, full bloom anil prospects aro favorftblo for a good crop of seed. .ning' Breeze vordlct boat harriod . havo'liandcd down after tak- Sourso in comfort clothes so- Tho Xlvo Store, e and bore only, you'll And irldest uossiblo ' soloctlon of Summer fabrics. . . . Palm Beach " W'-r"- HWSctloHia np IBIVaU iVmTTZTSt MH LJ I'll fcj 1H kHBcemon ! stSloa bs &nd Feathorweleht Sortos tailored in tempting two pioco Cults in a score or muru r ' TIIE HOUSE OP KUPPENIIEIMER;. Felling this week at mld-neaaon ni lnnr n Ifc'n nhfn "go 'for 600D Clothes. ; $7.50 TO $20.00. H. Frank & Co. laysville's Foremost Clothiers. 9iBmmammmmmammimmammammi V? ' WIS; 1 u flPWI SH??2 Sfi 'rfi .Thomas Hcfferuan will bo a Cin- ttffvmtur tomorrow. Q. 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. — 30 June 1914

ifjjtrr gaaiL's h 23B f !' J In fi ,1 fl IWtfU .'MTr 1 IBP. ::' '""" r"''" I HnMHHMHiHaMaMMaaaiiikkkKXi mm j - r ' ' PUBLIC 9 JlWWKSfy bAXLV rOBLIO LKDdKli-tgit R KJILs Hero's to llio guy wlio lies to us, Who's careless of the truth; Who slaps us on tlio back niul says: "Clcel How you hold your youth." Who shirks not at tho futuro wlion llo lnts a Ho to tell, Hero's to tho liar who says to us: "By jove, you're looking well." Karl Hill nnd Robert Cooper nro the champion fishermen to date. Yesterday they caught a white cat fish above Spriugilalo weighing 25 pounds. Who next? MORE POINT AU VIEW- WINNERS. At tho South Shoro Park, Chicago, llorso Show Saturday L. T. Anderson's "Juliet Mlerrl weather" won first pri7o in tho 15:2 class. "John Y" won in tho fivo-gaitcd clnss. Air. Anderson's horses hnvo won four first prizes and oMo third out of five ring. rBP-i. Wlio's care ess ot t lie truth: iu&MnXPl I John Deere's Self-Dump I Sulky Rake & 5 The First Consideration Has Been Sim- ...

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. — 30 June 1914

- - - ' ' " " 1 " ' ' LX' 0,Nf M - iv&.v. ' It ft. . 5lJwlX i " .P.. - i - --. . . . - . PUBLIC LEDGER 'iSK&wcw lUNtuY, rouRTit or jf.r, TtuKKtaiviHo and onniTBi CURRAN, Editor and publisher. 31 And LoDfC tUnoTlephon tl in f omo-rl bmo oon BOitDiMo, WO. HU, 1 nAVavi'XB. kt. teTed'atMhe MavTllle. Ky , roitofllcc a Bceoml-cUm mall matter' 3UHa01llP1ioNH-HY itAlu. One Ymr.H.d. . ... - Hx nwiitt " IbrtV 31llllll ...- .; . DtCLlYHHAU BY VAlllUKR, per Monllt ... i o ... 70 ..na out oyotUto(octoritd 0 iOfttA. LL SUBSCRIPTIONS C4SH IN ADVANCE. Let any Democrat answer who can: Where is there a single American industry whicTi lias heen benefitted by the Wilson "competitive" tariff? Itipley Bee. j I One by one the roses fall. Jt turns out that if '"Rockefeller's millions of Standard Oil stock are added to the Cuyahoga County tax duplicate and anyway, there's ji great big "if" the credit be longs to Morganthalcr, the famous Cincinnati "tax inquisitor," and not to (low Cox and his AVarne...

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. — 30 June 1914

1 ' OT :Jfl V- 'W 7' . MJJ' I ll III I 1.1. !,., ! W I.I 11 n. , 1 I -. .'Jr 9(1 S r V -' ! r . I ' ',,' CAf tf. V" f, -If. Tho trouble Is somo fathers trust their daughters for life to n man to whom they wouldn't lend an umbrella for U'a minutes. ; OiniiDREN OF THE RICH. "Son, I'm surprised to find you play ing In tho mud." "But this mud has been thoroughly sterilized, dad." "Oh, well, go nliend with your fun." JIMALIiENETTES. (Cyntlilana Democrat) M.Aiday wns such a dull court dny that It in a shamo to mention it. Speaking of the hot weather, he who melts and runs away won't live to melt another day. Something to worry ntiout: A French judgo has decided that a poodlo dog is a piece of household furniture Mt. Lassen in California, continuos to pour forth smoko and steam, and yet scitftitists declare there is no dauger. Parties living in tho vicinity, howover, will be foolish to take a chance. Tho Depnrtmeut of Agriculturo hns absolved the moon from any responsi bility for tho weath...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 June 1914

RiVTr r.moi wvV". 1-"-',' ' d an Jpyw Mgl!3gMP!13PMgMPC3BBM -Z I WF "f' '-'-laMa J J- f- " r; .,. r- i ri r-r. ,; .t..w r.f ' ''" ' 1 ' T" ' r ' ' '" ' ') Ir" ;1i"m !- .r,; .;. ,, 7Tssrzsau,s; .. VTT5CSSgai 1 Evening Breeze Ertiat's tho vordlct heat harried i""hvo handed down after tak- lingua courso In comfort clothe3 bo- Victioa at Tho Llvo Store. Viiero and horo ouly, you'll Hud Vo" widest posslblo selection of ynmor fabrics. . . . Palm Boach Vths, and roathorwelght Serges A tailored in tempting two plcco Kkeieton Bults in a scoro or moro Btyles by TIIE HOUSE OF KUPPENIEGIMEH. i" Selling this week at mid-season Iprices . as low jib it's safe k,to go for GOOD Clothes. ,( $7.G0 TO $20.00. iGeo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville'5 Foremost Clothiers. t :MVs. Martha Vlmont of Mlllersburg Kis visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Munzing of Limestone street. Mr. N. Suililuth Calhoun and family .after twx weeks' sojourn In tho coun try returned home this morning. Mr. nml Mrs. Joseph Rudy nml tw...

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

raBNMHMWMHMMIIIIBIIMilllHllHIHHHk,. -OXJ3FI H.I3STEJ OFB m VbUb 1 ABLES m is fresh every clay. i Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry . , 1 -TT-M-T T JH0T1SIK T T-TlT " 8 7 u. . p ki .11: mim&jm i e ii(i i: . i-sk MP mmmmKrVli ... - - - . a.nmi n r j lit, r ri t rin n. n i i i 1-1 n fi i i i --" - - - --i--- - . i - i -. n r r n r n - , , ffcfcr-fcij-r n i n ruin r - - - - . IRfe&P 0,m .'i.-i. - -luuuu jwi, 1 ..... .....,..Ln-L nr rL -u -nna -lVwvuwu jLruui.i.ixj- jHftf; ? woiijiM-w MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1914. IBv . i ---- - - i """ HHHL y. SQUIRE BAUER'S COURT. ' i U,Mt T V - . vtf It ONE COPY ONE CENT. Yesterday Squiro Bauer fined HogaM Gilbert for (jetting drunk, $1 nnd costs. SLATTERY & REES i UnskiUod Labor. He learned to woo In a courtship school; He got It all down by rote and rulo; lie knew when to Hinilo and when to sigh, Ho learned how to uso a twhikllng eyo; And then ho was cut out by a fool A fool who had...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 July 1914

WHHBNHPt 1 " "ij. ,! ' 1 'i i tTl .. " m. f Sm 1 Ut r N 2SS3B?2S2u2E2i!2222 - n MM'MVMMIMt1 r2 fk? Ur If m mm itfnliillillllWWWWW ,g,.i.lA - - imiwiwupip - -- Ifl giryfv - pf ..-. .PUBLIC LEDGER 'IXOIPT IUMDATi rOORTll Or JOLT, lUANKlOmNQ AND CHHISTHiS. A' P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. . Loon) and Look ? iDlBUaoa Teispnons & No. 40. omoi-roiim LBDom buiLdino, WATHVtLt.il. KT. Mntwd at theMwljgyg'jglLiJ5t0'lt,cl'll 1"a" maltel" auuavuir'iiona-BY iuu One Yr......... HIK Huuina. ..- 8 00 I DM TftirfcC Altinttiv ft.Mtt DJCUYKRKD BY VAIMUCH, I'er Montb---........ '" rayableto VolUelor at tnd of Monti. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Business 1ms rights which politicians lire bound to respect. Now Unit the fanners of the land have Free Trade produce, and the city wage earners Free Trade merchandise, aren't they having a jolly time? WILL SOME ONE PLEASE WAKE UP THESE GUYS1 Frankfort. Uasiug the estimate on -130,904 pu pils, tho total enrollment of the rural schools last year, tex...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 July 1914

nawrKVi,'-- v ,, -FfjwiorMt-TfRjip-iv. -- .i.,;'. .? ir. " " "f'.tiC ft.' ',, L c - . 3 v!T''?'. '-f. "',., H W'fi: .-, rw &'' l '" V R America's Food Supply Is of Greatest Importance, Says Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, Who Is to Lecture Here rai f .. V . :0 as DR. HARVEY W. WILEY DR. IIAIIVEY W. WILEY, pure food expert and former chief of the Hureau of Chemistry of tho Dnlted States Pepurtmeiit of Atfrieutture, Is probably the best iualllled uiati In tho entire country to speak on the theme of "The Public Health Qur Greutest Natloual Asset" He will appear here during' Chautauqua week, and hia visit will be one of the notable events of the season. The lectures by Dr. Wiley carry a message that Is vital to every llreslde. He claims that North mid South PcJe explorations and what the people of the Arctic regions eat are topics of luterest. but what the American people are eatiutf Is of Infinitely more Importance. The laor problem, he says. Is of great Interest, but there can be no high sta...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 July 1914

I r laffr ml"' HM t fa: j " 4 k BE; It ool as an . . 1 i Evening Breeze i That's tlio vordlct heat harried men have handed down after tak ing a courso in comfort clothes so loction at The Livo Storo, Hero and horo only, you'll find tho widest possiblo selection 6f, Bummer ' fabrics. . . . Palm Beach Cloths, nud reathorwolght Serges . . tailored in tempting two plcco skoloton suits in a scoro or moro' styles by THE HOUSE OP KUPPENHEIMEH. Selling this week at mid-season prices ... as low as it's safo to go for GOOD Clothes. $7.50 TO $20.00. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. Dr. 11. P. Moody was called to Man Chester, Ohio, on professional business Monday. Mrs. John McMullin of San VrancNco, is visiting-tho Misses Cartmell on West Trout street. Miss Mary Crostwait, of Loxington, is tlio guest of Mrs. James I'incrty of Limestone street. .Mrs. Ilarry Itohinson nrriwd home yesterday morning after a visit with relatives at Carlisle Mrs. A. W. Curry, of Maysville, is 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. — 2 July 1914

W' w tj ; JF? v V- (? . . S..I , rv w- t ttJ i il i ii.i.i J'j-'"i ... m -; , w-- """"" "'""'" "j """ '"' Mm i IWll.l -N. 3S pw fPErpiTf mmmn 'JyVWai' ?SS!2SS3SS23SES!2E!!!2r32S22K!!3K5SCS rSESSB - ' - . - MIIMlEHHIMIMillHHNMlMMr wUJfct JjXJNJ5j OF: ' f-r. l, " PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF VEGETABLES GROWN 'V is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a, good selection of the hest. , J' ' - ' V '' T .MCr . 1 .- i 8. S- i a . ,-. . i,. "S HI 1 fr kv IK v U 'M, L' K & 14 X i. nmfi. Hi.iGniim w' .'' rOJtLlO LKMUB-lsn C" It wns down on tlio Island of Conoy, A youth bets his roll on a pony; When ho lost every send, He remarked, "I am glnd, For tho money I wagered was phony. ': Today will be Ladles' Day again at the Park and all Utiles will be admitted free at the gate. Come out and give the fightiMg CUbs a boost. YOUNOEST BISHOP IN COUNTRY St. Augustine, Fla. Ilov. Father M J..Curley was consecrated Hishop of the diocese of the Stato of Florida. Ho is ouly 35 j ears old an...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 July 1914

ineirBitBmBtmimiiwmmmmmmfmiiBmmmmBrm&mirimmimmFmiBmm ' VW-WWifflS'y','?gJ"y a BX.'a:, M WF. '-: .jLED6ER Kuterc'l nt the Maysville, Ky., rostolhce uterol nt th i , uti 8eortiH21u9 mnil matter. Somo men make tlio 8iirrouiulitog of fludr linmnu so nttr:lctlvn Unit tliev f .never want to spond any timo at homo U. S. Norrls oMtiploy nud John Grlb Wo of Dover, have boon awarded tho eontract for tho brick work on tho now Catholic Church at Brooksville, Ky. ItEfUSED TO now UNIONS, TO LAtfOIt Trnnhfort Tho State Text Hook Com' mission refused to comply with tho re quest of the labor unioua to sot aside tho adoption of text books) for the rural Mchools and comity high rcIiooW that did not curry tlio union label. EMPLOYE AWARDED FOR INJURY. The State Industrial Commission Monday granted an award to Mordecni ftontoii of Lurn'.iini, Ohio, of $11!. It for itn injury siiitalnod by him while in tlio employ of tho Harrott Mill & Lumber Co. Tho award of the oominissiou was granted under tho ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 July 1914

',, w I w " -V" - mm Pi ,.fc ' HI kP w yii M l- , .V 5 Hi' Mt aTJWu. I --.-il IIMIW III' f. Onco In a whilo you moot a man who is so careful that ho telephones the Game Warden to sec If It Is tho open. .season before ho tries to kill two .birds with one stone. CONGRESS DRIVING COUNTRY TO CRISIS Secretary of Acmo Tool Company of Cincinnati Heads for Early Adjustment. Washington. lluprcscnratfvo Fes (received a striking letter from tho Acme Tool Company of Cincinnati, sign ed by its Soeretoiy, A. J. Jones. "All the elements of prosperity arc with tho coiMtry except tho mluvinis tiation," wrote this wen-known man ufacturer. "Jf wo could hnvo a lct-np in thii senseless campaign of destruction, good judgment would .prompt -tho grent wheels of commcrco and constructive business to go ahead at full speed in stead of having factories running short time, clos'ftig down or failing entirely, at. at present, but unless speody action h tnken to adjourn Congress, which has now been in .session fo...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 July 1914

" V; i J -ire I 4tttfaflN p f rvJ ' .. 5"--wiOrl UO UI1 ' Eirnninrt Rrnao That's tho verdict hoat harried moa havo handed down after tak ing a courso In comfort clothes so lection at Tho Livo Storo, Iloro and hero only, you'll find tho widest possiblo Bdoctlon of summer fabrics. . . . Palm Beach Cloths, and Poathorwoight Sergos . . . tailored in tempting two pioco okolcton suits in a scoro or moro styles by THE HOUSE OP KUPPENHEIME. Selling this week at mid-season prices ... as low as It's safo to go for GOOD Clothes. $7.50 TO $20.00. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Cloltilers. It, P. Riggin of Iteetorv illo was tr.un acting business iu this city yesterday. ii Mrs. C. 0. Dcgmnn was tlio guest of Mrs. J. M. Litoral Monday ami Tuesday. Eov. I. E. Holloa of Washington was a business visitor t Maysvillo Toes day. Mrs. W. C. Sparks of lining is Hie , guest of her sister, Mrs. W. M. Jolly, ou I East Second street. L Miss Kutlicrino 1'reyo of Greenup is upending tlio week with...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 3 July 1914

WWW R-ie.Tw' ''. m : r j i? . j W -3 rsrfTiistiTrzxzmxitt r ai!'i!L?ii'y 1 IIII1IIIIIIMIIIIIII1 OUR. LI3STHI OP: 3Jj PUBLIC LEDGER H HOMP GMRrowN VEGETABLES is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. flnjij -f '' 1 S J Jijui i '' ..... a ... w w w'wi'ii w4MAMAAMM ! DINGER BROS., ,X MAYSVLLLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. WWigMrw -mosW4 r- ... v 'IK ' i fcv $f ' Tor Husbands Only. You ea'.i't throw Friend Wife off tlio track, No matter how you try; Tor, whilo sho cnunot drivo a tack, Sho sure can nail a Ho. There aro govern! vacant Beats in the to' , auto bus .going to Rugglos Camp Ground L- July Fourth. Round trip 75c. Bus will lenvo about 0:30 a. m. Sco I. M. Lane. Mrs. Lonora M. ("Mother") Lake and Miss Mary Agnes Doylo, two of tho most popular entertainers on tho Cliau tnuqunprogrnm wcro guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shea nt thoir elegant homo op East Second street yesterday. THOS. H. ORAY TO RETURN TO MAYSVI...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 3 July 1914

W A. JiiWWmx ' I -""""r"" ' " 14 8YN0PSI8. Challls Wrandall is found murdered In rt rdnd liouse nenr Now York. Mrs. wran dall 1b summoned from tho city and iden tities tho body. A young woman who ac rompanlod Wrandall to tlio Inn and sub cnuontly disappeared, Is uvist?xj Mrs. Wrandall ataxia Sjac ror Now York In an nutn li!n a blinding snow storm Orilto Ady Bho meets n young woman In fno road who proves to be tho woman who killed Wrandall. Keeling that tho girl had dono her a. service in ridding her of the man who though Bho loved him deeply, had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall dotormlncs to shield nor nnd takes her to her own homo. Mrs. Wrandall hears the htory of Hetty Cas tleton's life, except that portion that re lates to Wrandall. This nnd the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl over. to tell. Sho offers Hetty a home, friendship nnd security from peril on account of tno tragedy. Sara Wrandall and Hetty ro turn to New Yortt after an nbsence of a year In Europe. Tcsl...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 3 July 1914

Efx s B & Fun for the Children. A peculiar ovont which took place nt Florence, Italy, wan nn nhnunl mar- bio scramble, held through the goner- , OBlty of a Iqcal manufacturer Many children cathorod and "Bcramblod" for '. first a pailful of inarhles, then $C3 In chango, candy (for girls only) nnu finally ten dozen baseballs (for boyB only). The scramblo was followed by the nnnual baby show. Worm expelled promptly from the human u ajateta wltU Dr. Peery's Vermifuge "Dead rv shot." aut. Prarctlcal Reasoning. ' ' YL ..... .... ,1. ?.1 nlnpfl t . 11 WU9 il 3l JUUIUIUI WUUO 111 v physiology. "why," asked the tonenor, "is it uest to oat soup flrBt whon. ono Is very hungry?" The pupils stared at her blankly. i Thon Jnmln Gnllchtoued them from tho dopths of his own oxporlonco. "You can get It down faster," he an nounced. Delineator. Use Roman Eye DiOsnm for scalding sen. stlon In eyes ami Inflammation of eyes or ( tjcllda. Adr. Side Lines. "So your husband Is a shoo sales man? What does ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 3 July 1914

ri" Tf;"JSi m9-ftvi 'ff 1 ' .W ' "T. "''"?-'' '"", fc' tu .'" y i'.UL'I' . !''. I '"""' t " Jfifl jli bluo lawin L4Taj iclU 8rteSundav;' But, so fttr. thoro Po novor booil nny arrests. Vv In splto of the fact that matches aro PU given away anu oniy eosi a jionay a i" box, mooching matches romains ono of our most popular oiu-uoor sports. ' Thoro woro 607.JUno c2utnira in Din- cinnatL .' ' CORN ON THE COB. (Dovor Nows.) Frod Brown enjoyod tho first mess of roasting ears out of his own gardon Sunday. MAN "WHO riRED TIBST GUN AT QETTYSBTJRCr IS DEAD. El Paso, Tex., July 1. Col. .Tamos W. Ponder, who, as chlof of artillery under General Loiigstrcot, fired tho first gun at tho battlo of Gettysburg, is dead 1 n,.1....l Tk..-.1 1...111 .1... fl.k wnll. ' rond across tho Andes. "- ' nvv t Tee Up! 'Smoke Up! J. J. McDERMOTT National Open Champion 1911 to 1913 "Pipe smoking gives added pleasure to a golfer when the pipe is filled with Tuxedo. Tuxedo provides mora keen enjoyment than any othef ...

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. — 3 July 1914

W 1 r ; f if . V P ,Wi 0' . ? ." -r :. ,., y , 4 Iff J l'-fr I j S li i !.' F0:. ki? & U.lini'j Hl I M. IHjjJ Ml II j.""UMMl ,,V 'ii -i . rV . I;- As liotwcou tho flun you didn't know vns loaded, nud tho Mnn you diuVt Icnow was loaded always take a chauco on tho Gun. WANTED: A Bright Young A long cslabluiicd and irpulaMe house - 40 yean in Imiiness hai an opening in this cily (or a tesidenl rrrc3cnltire. (lis time will be largely hii own; the work is pleasant and agierable; his profit averages moie than 33 'j "o on the business done, and previous experience it not essential. 1'his is nn ideal opportunity (or a young mnn of good appearance, wide circle of acquaintance and a genuine, desire to make good in a profitable field of work. The earlier! reply will receive first consideration. FOSTER GILROY 301 Lafayette Street New York rwpPHF'f HELPLESS AS BABY Down in Mind Unable to Work, and What Helped Her. Summit Point, VV. Va. Mis. Anna Belle limey, of this place, says: "1 suf fered...

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. — 3 July 1914

tig L ! """ bxt; A' .! tflpy 01 as an Evening Breeze That's tlio verdict heat harried men havo handed dowu after tak ing a. course In comfort clothes se lection at Tho Livo Storo, Hero and hero only, you'll And tho widest posslblo selection of summor fabrics. . . . Palm Boach Cloths, and Featherweight Sorges . . . tailored in tempting two pieco i skolcton suits in a scoro or moro styles by THE HOUSE OP ' KUPPENHEEVTEIV Selling this week at mld-soason prices ... as low as it's safo to go for GOOD Clothes. $7.G0 TO $20.00. Geo. II. Frank & Co. Haysville's roremnst Clothiers. LEXINGTON OIRL WILL MARRY "JIMMY" VIOX. '.Ijiiiiny" Viox, star second baseman of the Pittshuigh Natiuiial League liaso hall team, and formi'r member of tlui old iXxington Hluo flras Club, will bo mar ried to Mis Nellio Lowly, of Loving tiii, iti I'inoiuuati today. Tho cere inony will bo performed in tho parlors of tho JIaiin Hotel. COUNTY COURT. Oil this tiny tho inventory and np pinisemont of tho property cst...

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