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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 17 September 1914

BMW BSXStiHfl wssasm EEA9Hral M '$!& japs'rra! ', m: Vt2 J : , s"r. a wvj, . ; -- - fr Y ,r 3 w ?.'.- r , Stt., M- .i' sr- 51 ' V ic L.' ? Of. ret., 7 m rfs. 'if d. If liars cannot go on high, I'll bo real loncsomo when I dio; It will bo tlrosomo up thoro, gcot With no ouo but T. It. anil Mo. Lnko. FLOATING SCHOOL ON RIVERJS ADVOCATED Mrs. Faulconcr Would Havo It Tor Children Unablo to Attond Others. (Lexington Herald.) A floating school on tho Kentucky rlvor for tho benfit of the children living ulong its banks, who nro unable to climb tho cliffs 'to tho schools in the " settlements, " was proposed by Mrs. Nnnuio 0. Faulconcr, county sujicrln tondent of schools, at a joint meeting Monday morning of tho county board of education of Fayetto and Jessamine Counties. Tho mooting was hold in Mrs. Faulconor's ofllees at tho courthouse nnd was attended by the full boards from both counties. Prof. Charles San dusky of Nicholasvillo, county superin tendent of Jessamine, nctod as spokes m...

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 September 1914

't -', w . L l iv- i E'- 14 ' S. &.. m It VHL Ifr y "Ij'if ' "rj-r-1 1 y9i !..- Everything New' for Men and Boys winter wear now on display at who sell with the distinct understanding of absolute satisfaction or your money back. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. WE'RE NEUTRAL. Wo know sonio folks who'd like to goo Tho (lerinmw licked from A to ; Hut others think it would bo well To. sco the Alllo buck in or Paris. Now, wo aro very glad to say Wo do not fed at all that way. Both armies look alike to us; Wo play no fav 'rites in this fuss. 'or how can wo bo anti-Dutch J Or anti-French Wo owe too much To fashions, French, to Gorman song, ' To English books all cherished long. Ex. MAYOR BENNETT UNABLE TO DELIVER LECTURE IIERu. A telegram was received yesterday evening by tho leaders of the "Dry" party which stated that because of si wash-out below Cincinnati, Mayor W. W. Bcunett of Rockford, 111., who was to lecture on the effects of Prohibition in Rbckford, wo...

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 September 1914

$$L BET 4'K i ' ' X - " - r 4wgMgeaaagig rw miinn twin !$ MPT"1 -; x A. -' MlimillllllMiliHniHniM I PEPPER HASH PUBLIC LEDGER Hp" B" Now is the time to make it. u . We have lhe ingredients. B DINGER BROS., hPMSX rrfAhLt liRJi't.HhiOAH-tmrt a rx r I'liBLia LSiaKJt-tt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. lilBHMHMKl -' "AIN'T IT AWFUL, MABEL" AND THE WORST OF Co.mmon Sense says in Satur dny's, September 12, Independent that if every man, woman and child in Maysville, Mason county, Kentucky and the United States, .stopped drinking intoxicating liquor, we should he insolvent as a municipality, a county, a State, n Nation, and that society would he disorganized for want of funds to maintain a government. We have been accustomed to look with disfavor upon that mot ley crowd that infests the east side of Market street the degrad ed, drunken negroes, the badly dressed, badly featured, ne'er-do-well whites; but "Common Sense" says that they are the pillar and su...

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 September 1914

f.:xi SVmgwwflVm . i & V" m -i i - J - - -"" s wj fe. i. -. S -. ' vs.. Mi 'K -jSct Mr fHE PUBLIC LEDGER BAitt xorr iondat, fourth or jolt, TntiKiiivitfa amu unnitT A. F. CURRAN, - - Editor and Publisher. JlsUnoe Tela) boua No. 40. otrion vuauto iKuain noauma, MATTH.L. KT. Hntertrt nt lh MayUle, Ky., roilofficc ai iceond-cU mall nutter' , aumvuivnona-BY mail. On 'Yenr,...-... ... - - JJJJ nil. MotiUi. .....- - -- S lunn Month 7B DJCLIVKRKI) 11 Y UAKtilKU, rer Mouth .. .................. :r :'48 4,e"t ragaHtto Uoilictorattnii uf Monm W.y ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. -, REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For Unltod States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District J. 0. UttJL-AND. Judgo Court of Appoals. Third Distrlct-JAMES DENTON. ". AMERICA'S OPPORTUNITY IN EUROPE'S WAR. ..- ,.1 ) TTfii... tt. iw trdln'9 A V(i -V wo to drift V Is tilt' stuneiidous opportunity to be " forfeited Our currency bill has been pass...

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 September 1914

W' ( 4- r?- 4t v; r. -. I J -, Lf 1 ,u r - ?r -r- 'JBf "' tLi Ji.c in ,aa '' '""' '"' ii.ii "If thou hnst never been n fool, bo sure thou wilt never bo n wiso mini." ' Thnckary. ROOSEVELT'S THREE STAGES. (From The New York Sun.) Wlmiipvi.r tin. Oolonel tliHCime.s tlio ItnrilT, nt ho illd ypatonlny In Louisiana, ho Illuminates a subject which less wise and ilnritiK statesmen not infrequently obscure by their outgivings. With re- Hpect of it, the rtepublii-ans aro hojie- liBsly wroii,'; the Dcnioerats aro vic iously Ignorant; only the. Colonel knows. This much ho confesses with that re luctant self depreciation which so well becomes him. There have been three distinct per iods in the Colonel's progress toward his present nssuranco as to tho tarltl lToblein. The first of them covers the days when free trade was proud to en roll him under Its banner. Tho third is the final period, in which a com mission engages his ardent devotion. Tho second period Alasl The sec ond period was one 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. — 18 September 1914

rT'.'waw " -s i . ,"3W ,i ptw w Sr- rf. & , k. i m 4 fes ft' Er,r HP"-". 1 "' ? ' Jm&Sii SSPPJ I$ S '24-5MSS Fvprvthind New . for Men and Boys winter wear now on display at Maysville's Foremost CI oth- iers, who sell with the distinct understanding of absolute satisfaction or your money hack. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. GRAND JURY Makes Final Report and Is Dismissed. Roturus Nino Moro Indictments. Tlio Grand .ITiry yesterday made its flnnl r..inrf mill wns relensed from fur- f$ tlior duty. Nino indictments wero re .. turned as lonows: SH .. . ...... 1 l..l!.... 1...II .Trunk Jvociiuuii, nurse siuiuinj,-, u.m fixed at $300. Ed. Whittington, selling liquor to a minor, bail at $30, Ed. Whittington, same offense, fixed at $.(). , Charles ltrooks, grand larceny, 'at $230. Koboit Outten, Mack Sweet Raymond Rogers, using insulting ubusivo language, bail $30 eaeli. Tho Same, snmo olionse, bail eaeli. Tho same, assault and battery, bail bail and and $30 ba...

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 September 1914

ri sWWi W- Kikri' w "j" v '' -, -- i t SMBewragsaBS tSwwT-SEvSin fwt v i-u-vAMTAy;''; s.,c,",r7 HWJI'lW'iWHWMLIWJWItMiiBJ'I'WW huiiiwi.hiiiV i iinrrifrfflwaniBiyffitflgnswqrwfirBrr F''w.v-!.'i'.WiP HHHIIliilllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiJ 1 MMHMHIIHIIHMHHHnHHHHiMMMaHI , . W 3 nnnrvrn iw a ah 1 - PUBLIC rTITtK HA5H Now is the time to make it. We have the ingredients. 1F5 KvT DINGER BROS.. hSJSSSV WWM-Ol'll-l--A'' MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. ONE OOPY ONE CENT. tv . . . w wwwwm sr . WA JPVHUO LKIMlRIt-ttVl i T C. , LEIGER & t '"M fcHfc, ., Vk r-"v & ?1Y ?f. V0TIN6 OUT SALOONS Did Not Hurt Business in Manchester, Ohio, and Aberdeen, Ohio Manchester, 0., Sept. 1G, 3914. TO "WHOM IT MAY CONCHKN: Wo,, the undersigned business men of Manchester, Ohio, do hereby emphatically state that we have been greatly benefitted by the abolishing of the saloons from our city, and we emphatically recommend the abolishment of the saloon from every city, state and Nation. James ...

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 September 1914

ir t IHnmWilKiriillMIMUMlATIIII IIWIMi H miA - - " - ----- --- -- - -' u..au.-( i. --- "" "'"- "--. rs. -a-v-La-A7.-a-Tgt-Tr..-.T::.-v'i-j:-----. . -l "w-.-Lii-yf t -. i ..,1 j i-'P. hfoMMfgt R V , ZfN v $ .! v m&s IffiS&f 31. WkF THE PUBLIC LEDGER UitLT ixcsrr bun dat, rouKTii or jolt, tiunksoiyiko ANll CHHIfTMAS. A, P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Lootl uil Louie 'JUUucc 'l'eloi bona No. 40. urrtai rusLia mciuh hcildinu, MATIV1LLR. KT. Cr r . Knternl nt llicMaytvllle. Ky., Poitofflce a aeeomlclnm nmll mailer SUHHVUIVllUNX-llV it All, :. Our Yenr Ml iuutittia. ... Illri- .Month.. .. 7 DJCLIVJCfitiO BY VAJlltlKlt, ler MonlU. .., M Ornti iiyifl(l Volttctor at tna of io( ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United States Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For United States Senator Short Term WAT. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District J. G. IRELAND. Judgo Court of Apponls. Third Dlstrict-JAMES DENTON. a,J& THE TEACHER WHO IS LIKED -The broade...

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. — 19 September 1914

3 Li--i nfc-i-i -M " THE CIGARETTE HABIT. i5V 4 Si ? 'rr w Un- v.. W --i ' f T. Kl'l i i M 5" 4$ ' , r I i a: K1 ' , $ & ..M- W 'I r IV ', If you'd gain beauty, slater dracc, , Jlcro Is a tip from my collection; Jtub poison ivy on your faco And you will liavo ji swell complexion. Luke. " ! .j. FITTY YEARS AGO IN .J. ,j. CINCINNATI. j. '.J- .J. Soptombor 17, 1804. .J J. (Couiniproial Tribune.) J ,J.J..J..,..J..J .J..J..J. .J..J..J..J..J..J..J..J..J. A discharged sobller, John Carpenter, of the Third Kentucky, is attacked and garroted lit tlio Miami depot by two gonuoirs. While engaged In their no farioua work they were observed by Mr, A. .1. Del'ord of Newport, who was waiting for tho Newport ferry. Mr, L'oFord promptly pulled his revolver, fired it and picking up a bowlder started toward the "robbers, w'ho fled with Do Pord !u hot pursuit. The niscals wer. captured later. A banner carried In tho Democratic parade and inscribed with: "We'll hang JoflC Davis on a sour npple tree,"...

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 September 1914

;i WJ1' w V t- i& SH u W if I,. k Everything New for Men and Boys winter wear now on display at who sell with the distinct understanding of absolute satisfaction or your money hack. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. .Mr. James T. Kaeklcy is in Louisville da business. v kv Dimmett Coryell Is visiting his uncle 'at. Orangeburg. f , Cecil Hlnton of Hintou, W. Va., is "attoudiujj High School hero. AV. Crowcll left esterdny morning for J?two weeks' stay at Ited Boiling Springs, ,'Teini. JMissey Lynn Sohatzmnnn and Amyp '. Kiii woro shojiping u CiiH'iiinnii yes1- terday. . ' , " ' Mrs. Oeorge Cox has returned to Atlantic City nfter a sovcral month V i stay in Europe. ' ".. ' 'Mr. Robert Straus leaves Sunday for fSRSflpl ,'K, Cincinnati, where lie will enroll 111 me f . . . . 1 . University of Cincinnati. Governor and Mrs. W. II. Cot and Atlnntic City for a two weeks' stay ' daughter, Mrs. C. E. Wheat, are in ." IMiss Clara Stamper, who has been the Ugliest of the...

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. — 21 September 1914

rW PEPPER HASH PUBLIC LEDGER Aii - ft i Now is the time to make it. We have the ingredients. 3 r- -3? : DINGER BROS., fcft&St? S riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil n XIWI - MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. ONE OOPY ONE CENT. gBgpPi , ,. ' " ..l. ! Vj';" .'"" ,i.","itvti;i:' ," ."v.j.i'VJ'11"?,. ...ii j '.," f..i .. ',,,,,, ., ,"","'" ."r , ,,...JJB. . , u. ,,.,.., . , ., , Wy,r..,J.iiMIMMaM!, "' HP ' Immmhhhiummimhmiimmimhhih 1W'' - j I Hi PBEk- - SO.DnWvAmai)i , . I two ' ti V.-J iv Jpr - 0 1S A a Mason's Going Dry TtTNH Hriiigiiig In Tin? Sheaves. 1. Come ye loyal workers, join the teinpernneo army, Shout for Prohibition, now our battle cry; Forward be our watchword in the mighty conflict, See the cause advancing, Mason's going dry. Chorus: Mason's going dry, Mason's going dry; Sec the hosts advancing, Mason's going dry; Mason's going dry; Mason's going dry, Sc the host advancing, Mason's going dry. 2. Saloons will soon be banished from our land forever H...

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. — 21 September 1914

R.. -- Wf'i -?v 1 , J4 k !.. M'E PUBLIC LEDGER UAILT IXCirT aOMP-T, XOUliTH Of JOLTt THAKKISlTlMO AMD MlnUT-AI. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and, Publisher. .l.ooal and bona Mn tfl 1 tOUtneTilMp-OP "u 7."f.l OM10I-rOBLIO LBDUIU BU1LUINH, ,-mTII.I., KT. , Hntejel at the MayivlUe. Ky., P-itoftlee .ctbiid-claifo malt matter Z . - . smilOHll"JJutfS-) MAIL. Ou Vwir .- Nlm Moutha- .. . Thre Hnnlli -.-.., MM (. ! ...... t oo 70 f UJtUYlSHBO BY CAHRlXJt, For Manili........ ...-. .... .-...-., .....as t'mli iiyofl(o o'owctor at m o Monm ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. A HEI.H v ' ) REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Souator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For United States Senator Short Term' WM. MAKSIIALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth Distrlct-J. G. IRKLAND. Judgo Court of Appeals. "" Tlitrd District JAMES DENTON. 'THE DEADLY PARALLEL," 1894-1014 -v There is n "deadly pilrellol" between conditions of the country. today and those o twenty yenrs ngo, declares lion. Simeon D. Pess, representative -in ...

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. — 21 September 1914

& 5 lu.BffPis9 r. r SL - JlBHiBBBBBBSnr y "Sft? mmneceiaa IkQHH2 ml HHH M rn NATIONS INCREASED FUNDS TO PARTICIPATE WHEN WAR WAS DECLARED IN EUROPE-SEE AMERICA FIRST IN 191 5 The opening of tho Panama canal appeals to all tho world. Tho Panama-Pacific International! ExrJoillldn, which opens in San FYanclsco on Fobruary 20, 1016, and closes Docombor 4, 1915, will bo tho greatest manifestation of national achievement since tho Declaration of Independence. Within three weeks after tho Euronoan war broke out tho Areonttno Republic. In view of tho new trade allgn- iments between the North, and South '$1,300,000 to $1,700,000; Holland Increased Its fund from $100,000 to $400,000 and ordored construction rushed upon ! tho superb Netherlands Pavilion, next io tho Palaco'of Pino Arts. Japan, through ConBul-Qonoral Numano at San j Francisco, asked for Increased exhibit space In tho exhibit section and promised that tho superb Japaneso Pavilion will bo completed in every detail upon tho op...

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. — 21 September 1914

w w J"fH! , v 17 m i w See Our New AII-tlie-Go Macinaws - in our East Windowffor Boys, Girls, Men and Women for $4 to $10. The largest selection in Haysville and every gar ment new. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremosl Clothiers. Kmi&ufOiy Tls 'Mr. W. L. Stiskley spoilt Saturday h ml Sunday with relatives in Cincinnati. 4 joifti- John Smith relatives in of Newport, is this city, hU v Is old MIss Elizabeth Andrews of Flemings burg, is tho guest of .Mrs. George Wood Owens. " Mr. and Mrs. Hunter I). Ellis and "Son have returned frim a visit to rola tive.s in Augusta. iHcv. .1. W. Kaii. left Siturday for Cliarleston, V. Vn. gin n meeting. where he will lie- Mr. John 1'. Wallaeo and family le.ive todav for I'IikmIito. where they will make their futur(J homo. Mr. Oniric llffppor will return from Mt. Sterling, todliy, after spending the -week-end with f fiends there. ts In jB,vy 5SpBj V .Mr. liCWis .Mfci'artiiv leit osieruny for Ohattanoog fi, Tenn., in the interest f tho Ohio ...

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 September 1914

!" JMK MM, -r. A j PEPIA 8 DINGER B LEDGER s &' fe iT ,: in. &. - pr tJF" -'j.tnr rfjuuo LKiwt'B-ttM ATTENTION, COUNTRY PEOPLE, "DRYS" m. womim and children of all sects and creeds, of all races, provious conditions, come to Mnysvillo Saturday, Sep .1.1 l.nlti nri-v llin nlooHnii Sunt.. 28. for the "Drvs." i L I 1.1. JOniO KU' I(UU ,)n "U.HWIHU-K, school wngnita. two-horse wagons, lour-horso wagons wan nay fi.ni.iiia niraliirSt. IlllVWaV tO lift here. i nonnrnti. vSsnir vehicle with tllliril Hnrrv nnnronriaS? banners ;$. Let each precinct thud school try to make the best showing. i. Put a slice of ham ald a biscuit in your pocket. The hotels and restaurants will not be a0c If take care of the crowd that will ,,0KhrwAnir QPTTnOT, sirnTTTjkllAVKS ITS OWN MARSHAL AND LIEUTENANTS TO TAKE CAiW OF iTS UYYN uiiiuuujsw. 0 (a) All those women and thildrV who come in the German town Pike, rendezvous at the M. Es OhurcKxSouth, on Second street. (b) Those who come in on the Washington P...

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 September 1914

Pf?;5! mtilfPfy ?'-. JfejviTr WM&t T Nf i 11'" 1 'me of the Charges I) By the advocates 7 taxes and the The gentleman, evidently re- (erred to, whose liquor business of no consequence, pays county lixes on $89,r2:.00, directly, mid much larger sum, indirectly. T'herc is a greater sum paid by "'ilo individual, whose poi "'cter is of the highest. v ..!. --!"" . I- lie oojeci oi article men- "by the whob whose names fiperfl a few days EY DOES THIS GEN riRGER SUM THAN FIOLE "DRY" COM .RUT THERE ARE fOTltER INDIVIDUALS NAMES APPEAR THE LIST OF BUSI KEN, WHO SINGLY AND PAY MORE TAXES Tr FN COUNTY THAN THE FLE "DRY" COMMITTEE rE, MENTIONED. Knin it is stated, in said article tint GG men of this list do not .1 t t 9 rear on tne assessor s dooks. ITHAT STATEMENT IS AS 'ILD AND UNWARRANTED LS THE STATEMENT RELA- 5IVE TO THE AMOUNT OF TAXABLE PROPERTY UPON WHICH THE COUNTY LEVY IS PAID WITHIN THE CITY OF MAYSVILLE. Some few of the names on the list are persons who came to Mays- "il'UeuUe f...

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 September 1914

mm lit'., ' Iffil' HKe? HnaFiii K HIP?," HXi i itvi'.;,(,- u-s:: it ??; HmiAa; rJIWinil TlrMTTTirt -,.. B 'SB! As daylight expires in fl'lils beat of Septembers, A coolness comes blowing A chilly wintry hint! But, t hln It! It blows fires in, Ami dream-klndllug embers, 'Anil candle light glowing . On time-mellowed print! Lucia. dMIII I"M IMMM,M X V HUMAN WELFARE. .J. t X Open nirVork litis been recommended for convicts Canada. The British Jul Cross can muster ' ,C0,1)00 people, inosfvof them trained, for field ambulance nuuliospitn'i work. Eton college, the mov aristocratic school in England, has been hrown opCn , this summer to worklngmcn'sWis for yi. short courses of study, . The government of Tasmania Is cw- sidcring the taking over of tho tourists - business in that country. Boy Scouts, of Bowling Green, Ohio, worked night and day as guides and hosts to 000 delegates at a stato con vention, making the guests' stay pleasant. A court In domestic relations and a morals court for de...

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 September 1914

5 J v. t I wMXBm$mSWKNKRBKBti&s!fei --dMm&?Wivh J WWwemBSw' i jrn lsit Jnths Ii o"f liurS' .a.. Jay ana Night Along the Frontier of Germans and Allies Still Fac ing Each Other, Waiting For Moment to Strike ii tins Battlo Front, Sept. 18. Bj ly of Park, G:30 p. m. The gigantic tlo, . or moro properly bnttles, eon- no tiny and night along tho entire 'n.t-Irom Nov on to the frontier. The fitting iloes not consist of one sus ""ned nnil combined movement, hut in Jity of soernl combats proceeding saintly at tho strongest points of tho Germans defending lino along tho 'ver Alsne. Attacks and counter at tacks follow ono another in rapid sue cession oVcry hour. London, Eng., Sept. 18. For five days tho British and French armies hnvo been trying to dislodge tho Germans from tho strong iino of dctonsivo works which thoy have constructed on the bat tlo front from tho Oiso to tho Mouse rivers. Thoro have been attacks and V nttrtcks, but, in tho words of ?nl cominunieation, "thcro ha m el...

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 September 1914

jujiuiljnimimjt'i"m iiiiiniTiiuiiuiiiiH''l'wam''''"l"''tnw""lrwtyIMI''tlll'Tn''",''w'T'l"'T HHlHIIIIllIIIIlllllliliiiiiiiliiiiiiiN f'lafl B Roquefort PUBLIC LEDGER rimento Neufchatel Cream : DINGER BROS lis n u f iiifCliJ.tVAft-tairf i rotI a i.Knanu- w MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. HMHHHMHUHHH m rimento -n bh fr-4 . 1-4 .-.SB I 1 I I . 15 3H viiLiiULi 3 -m s - Jim 1 1B 1 Leading Retailers m 107 W. Secnnd St H JR imiiiiiiiiiiiHiiii zM kSV t !( ! fr a m 8 m rw a A w I lg IK t i i fe'; 1 rTr-mT r THE BLIND TIGER AND THE LAW In his speech at tho Courthouse Snt unlay nfteriioon mid (mniif,'. Septem ber 12th, Mr. .Meeker especially brought to tho attention of his :im1icuc t'.io statements that tho "Hliiiil Tiger" metlioil meant more liijunr to be sold than from the licensed saloon. However, ho did not tell his audi ence as to the steps that have beo'i ninl are being taken by the Pederal and State (iowrmiionts to take cure of the Wind Tiger promote...

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 September 1914

mm - A, w rt 1 THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1UILT XCrT IIINDAT, FOURTH or JJLT, TUAMKlatTlNB AN1I CHRISTMAS. A. P. CURRAN. Edtor and Publisher. Lootl and Long Un At I 01 JlnUnoa Telephone " I f iKiitereil at the MayvlHc. Ky Poitofflcc is sceonri-cUn mall nutter' aUUXVttll'llOXS-MY MAIL, One Vnir Mis Huntti- Tlir-t flonlli.. UKU VJtHKV JIY IIAUJilJCa, Per Moiitli .. 1 o 75 until. mi ... . :y"";T fayiiDlito VotUctor at ?iut ui Alontn M VonU ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Uultcd StateB Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS 13. WILLSON For United States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District-. fU. 1KELAND. Judgo 'Court of Apioals. Third Distrijjt-JAMES DENTON. THE TWO DOMINATING THINGS .,1 ... , . ... ..... ....!.. iu History ui'diiijCN turn wuy two things L'toniallv intorestJ nun. tvo subjects never fail. Poets have saidAliat ijliese two things are love and "Mir, but in tlis they liave taken the part for the V ole. Ql the two perennial subjects the fir...

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