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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 28 October 1914

, iyi $$? -,. iX is - -itv " -M '- 3 EOTSyjJliCilBIgg w SWSSHW" ?.,:; J -.?JffjjJf II &t' 7 v WHY? Becnuse if vou buy now you get the oldest and choicest Whiskies made in the world. Just think of it, such brands as these "1907" LIMESTONE, "1906" OLD TIME, "1905" SAM CLAY, "1905" VAN HOOK, "1905" GREENBRIER, "1906" OLD GRAND DAD, "1906" BELLE OF NELSON. They are the best made NONE BETTER MADE ANY- HERE. They only cost you $9 a Case or 75c for a full Quart. Why not buy a Case? Be wise and buy atonce. Our stock will be sold by January, if not here somewhere else, so here is the chance of a life time. w tj i &. fife- Wh ! . "V' ,- A,. t-r' ?,. - -. PM ?7 VL.. &v- u h A - VA TUB II. 0. Of L. Old times wore cheap. But these times Jar, You can't mako monoy last; A dollar won't go half as far, But It goes twlco as fast Luko. EIGHTY-NINEJDELEGATES Mostly From Southern States Will Bo Dropped From Next Republican National Convention. New York, Oct. 23. A bittor light waged sineo 18...

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. — 28 October 1914

II ;S -" i - tf V'V W. L . "1 -- X w ' C - .if.r ' fi.T "T .r KV - " im "4 &: E.Vr' I& tT- . m f ?w is j -' E M 1-rfft i ii i.i, i,fw.u..)t,.iiljpiiiiiiiVjyuiiiiiiiyrMiru.i,i.iMiii,iiH'':,jy-AiW SAFETY FIRST t TWn n oniJn farmer not IliatIV HlllCB g.itofc this town, who onco told us thiti Fsuro formula to toll musliroom irom fa'totuUtool. "If you Hvo, It's n mushroom." Tlifcro's a Bimilnr clement of risk In tho Buying of cheap clothos. It Is nil -J(u question of whotlicr you want to risk -$12 or $1G on a chance, or invost $18, tff$20 or $25 o'n a certainty. , At tho Hvo storo wo can son you a ' $10 suit ns good ami probably bottor & than you can get anywhero clso In - this country. You need never worry about d'scov coring too lato, alas that your mush '.1H tnn.tt woo In fnnf n tnndgtOnl. And to ntaho'nssuranco doubly sure, thU store stands behind thoir Clothes with a guarautco that insures your lasting satisfaction or your money back without n quibble or a frown. "SAFETY...

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. — 29 October 1914

ii t f ra ii - ' !v4 nimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiipii A HEINZ SAUER KRAUT Just Arrived. SWEET CIDER 25c Gallon. Phone 20 PUBLIC LEDGER K g DINGER BROS., fettt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll VAitr MilLiO LKCBtltn 4&m f Bk S&' l" R a Tho worry cow would bo lioro now, If sho'd only saved hor breath, But.sho thought her hay wouldn't last .all day, So sho choked herself to death. Fresh oystors at John O'Keofo's. 20-lOt HALLOWE'EN NOVELTIES AT TR AXEL'S. Saturday is tlio last day to pay O'rty Taxes before 10', penalty is ndclcd. GIVING WAY 18 INJURED German Army Gradually Being When Fast Flyer No. 1 0n C. Shot to Pieces By Mil lions Against Them &. 0. Was Wrecked Above Huntington Circuit Clerk .lames H. Key, was In Frankfort, Tuesday on ollicial busi ' Mr. William Ilnwe of Floniingsburg, was a business visitor in tlio eity yes terday. Mr. B. W. Gillflllen, State Auditor's Agent, spent the day her...

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. — 29 October 1914

"V jjaraBk - i i ii bii i. i m nuiir- n. tvuK-nnua -. B.An.'i.i . w rwvBkBi nrH. - ?- i uaaflv.iBwnisrw.urY i - r i i . t --- . - . sssr- .'T'sitfi. 'V;- Vfs5w.r ,". ' . . & i, "i k. '! -"-,; - '' !,. . ,., --r --.. --. , ,. ........ -. 4 $ pw " ' ,' L. I - C ii A..anm ii THE PUBLIC LEDGER tiAiLi Bzcan iuniiat, rouiTU &r ivux, tjiankbqitiho AND OHRUTllB.. Itor and Publisher. .A. P. CURRAN, Coa&l and Ijonit ' -?5,t,ltyp Telni'bonii No. 40. 4 orrtov rusLto lbdokh builuino, MATBViLI.B, KT. . V liiiltrt t the Mnynvllle. Ky Patlofflcc a. accoudctm. mall mter SUIIXUttlrllVtfon jija.. On Tfcr nix UluniiiK. .... 1 BO ... 75 Tlirr Moulli. .,. ..-.-.M" IHCUVKHKD II Y UAlllUtCll, Per MoiiUi " l-avoble to Collector at tnd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ' ' ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. , "" ' Tor United States Sonator Long Term 1 ' AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON " v ' ' For tnitod States Sonator ShortTorra ' VM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District II. GLENN IRELAND. Judgo Court o...

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. — 29 October 1914

1 ' ' ." The Cream of Kentucky Whisky The Chanced a Life Time to get the Best Whiskies at bargain prices; come right along before too late. ft .r A; ' M Bl"11111" " mmmmmmmam JQfc- bm MsMf 1J SSMKSmMZmJMmMjKmm COM ''? te M vxv: I-oWS 5 !hi W FOOLISH BUT TRUE. f -I do not liko an obstaclo, 1 This is the truth I say; No matter how I dodgo tho thing, It's always in tho way. a TWO ASSETS Only Has the Democratic Party-the War in Europe and the Ephemeral Bull Moose Party Washington, Ootobcr So. Congress man Frank P. Woods, of Iowa, Chair man of tho National Republican Con gressional Committee, made the follow ing statement today: "Tho Democratic party enters the concluding week of tho campaign of 1014 with only two assets tho war in Europo and tho ephemeral null Moose party. The Republican party is coming back into power. Indications, today point to tho obliteration of tho present Democratic majority in Congress. Thoro Is no longer tho least doubt of sweep ing Republican gains in cvory qu...

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. — 29 October 1914

1 . .y. '!i-: LlJiJsi jil..- iTTiTilriia , hmmhLih.. .V. T "Tiii iii n miMMni - - " ' ' - -in .(.,...-.-.-, . .. J . .. . , j..., . . . , JUjiiLpl.lHlti TW)WWIPWPWWWWWWWpF71 i, mi i ii i i j -rw j w- T hw -; lgJll r" " .VT.J 5rii V jWT Vr fry " Ti 1 W r. ,1 - r - - f r A - "i " -1 h r-ri ' 1 - r 1 - ' ' 1 " - " ' t ' " " ,f ' "'" ' ' l: "' " "1 t. -. , , , . -S ' "" -' ''J, " H, TL " "Tr Iftfr 5 it M ii .f l "fe W J f & ufit $Gt22!2S2SS SAPRTY FIRST .There's a ango fanner not ninn miles ' from this town, who onco told (is this :.uro formula to tell n mushroom, from ,u toadstool. "If you live, it's a mushroom." There's a similar olemont of risk In tl.o buying of cheap clothes. It Is nil w n'oucstion or wnoinor you " V fs m in nn n. ehanee. or invest $18, $2"8 or $25 on a certainty. , At tho llvo storo wo can sell you a ..-. . -. 1 A...1 ..wnlwililt lintfni A iO SUIl US gUUU ...... 'i"V -.. r than you enn get anywhero elso in this country. ' You need n'over worry about discov erin...

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. — 29 October 1914

irfw m Im nd& jm$i uir TB? & M ii. , j.,,,,,11 ,-Tn..ii ... . iiiii,.,.i.i i .'. i .biiii.i, i 1..1 . . . L'i"' '. '""" .. ..' . i '"-!'. 'J-. -'- il - ' ..' ','"..'! 'J J'.""1 J.'.".L"l'-!J "?;" L- 1.1 i ' " -"" '-J k.J4nlMIIIBHnO J ll I WI.H I I rtIMliwM !! 111! lltlllllNllI I I I t .. fc.ll ll I ! I !! IWl II III III III I . I .1 I. .. J - - a . 77. 7 ZZ T iW B.anuI - r I f l . . " 1 W .L ' - .' - I ' ' ta k I . w ' 3i 1 . RETT FIRST fc's a gnge ftirmor not many miles its town, who onco told us this muln to toll a mushroom from tool. ou" live, it's n mushroom." Va a similar olomont of risk In tag of cheap clothes. It is all it of whether vou want to risk I $15 ou n chance, or invest $18, 20jor 25 ou a cortalnty. fre iCAl mo live. Sioro wo can nun ,vuu u 5 liult as good and probably bottor than you can get anywhoro olso in jxup country. " You noed novor worry about discov ering too Into, nlus that your mush room was, in fact, a toadstool. t. "And to mnko assuranco doubly s...

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 October 1914

1 tfl 72e Cren 0 Kentucky Whisk The Chance of a Life Time to get tfe Best Whiskies at bargain prices; come right along before too iaxe. i 'n " Of all tlio sad words Of tonguo or pon, Tho sadrtc3t aro theso, Ho's a has boon. NEWSY ITEMS FROM THE FI.EM ING GAZETTE. Chestnuts seem to be coming In from tlio mountains about as plentiful as ovc. A revival meeting began at tlio 'Christian church last Sunday night. Herviccs eai'h evening by tho pastor, Elder Lloyd. Stanley Heed and Mr. Logan spoke to a small crowd. There have been few speakers here for tho election and tliu campaign has been exceedingly quiet. Ten cans of government flsh camo in (Saturday for 1'nrlt Lake. They woro bent to Wallingford li' auto and taken over from there by Manager Dunawny, who put them in the Lake. They were channel cats. Circuit Court. Circuit Court adjourned Saturday to moot again next Wednesday, Novem ber 4th, .Judge Newell going to Itowan to hold court this week. Tho following cases wore disposed of last...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 29 October 1914

1 ' iVvVv' '' & ' -7 J ' If. ' '& SB V . r V,'- i W, j;; It , - Mr WsW mwwnrf . ' . -- r ... ... , . . t v . 14 . -rt4vsy V .jwfcfcM hm n, ti mjjiv. )" V. SUPPLEMENT TO - vw, . fljr ;v i, -.-v PUBLIC V -. V 'm h. -y k ' . i ft . i " '' V j H i. r mT bh lolhji:k f a. 'V- ann pui M turned AR IN THE EAST, PANIC IN THE WEST; GOD AVE US FROM THE i ONE NEED EAT HUMBLE Governor Willson In Opening His Cam paign At Louisville, Makes Earnest Appeal For Get Republican Party DEMOCRATIC PARTY Voters Can Join to Oppose the Policy Which Has Thrown Out of Employment More Than Half a Million Working Men and Put Another Million on Half Time In opening his campaign for the senntorship at Louisville recently. Gov. Willson said in part. "The votes against the Democratic party in 1912 were l,360,9Gl more than thoso for It, but the Republican family quarrel split the majority voto. Thoro wero two sides to 'tho quarrol and it will do no good to blame either tudo. There wero splendid Republic aim on...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 29 October 1914

"',"" si I K SECRETARY McADOO ATTEMPTS TO CONCEAL CAUSE OF TROUBLE WILLIAM MARSHALL BULLITT STATE FINANCES AND RESULTS OF REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC RULE J f m"' it t -. y 5s-' WlHk With a Congressional Election Ap proaching and a Big Army of Un employed in a State of Unrest the ' - A 1 e V A r iiammisiraiion Despair Panic "With n Congreusloital eloctioa a "Drenching and r bljy nrmr of unooi ployed In a stato of nmreot, tlie adinln firtratlon leaders are la (Impair. Sec retary McAdoo attempts t oomeocU tho real caueo of the tronbl by qunrrol Jng with Individuals for not depositing their money In tho baatn and with tho ankB for not lending tk. Ho says: "Thero la evidence ia 'Borne quarters that individuals and corporations aro hoarding inonoy. it ;1r just as reprehensible for them to do this as it is for tho banks. There is no reason why tho people Bhould .not deposit their money la the usual PEOPLE BETRAYED BY BALTIMORE PLATFORM PLATFORM BINDINO UPON EVERY HONESTMAN WHO RUNS UPON THA...

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 October 1914

'fV ' T - 1 V Vl,'l v H .-y - iTm.7 j ' ' . . 'V - V tT 'i, v. :X? W CTWTTO .y,MM-""Ppl)B"q--l'lii msm:f mj n I HEINZ' m J . SAUER KRAUT PUBLIC LEDGER Just Arrived,! SWEHT CIDER 25c Gallon. Phone 20 ? : DINGER BROS., $tSX$g i V w" MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. -' im- S8Sk -' . AsM L wmmseiwmK'tKS Jni &K9 11hCTct Mk'ili ttIV4i itf9V?T& ivVCSw tujfm IRPr m- PE1 r5F?5!rBEHS- lr V NFtS'i IB I R. v V rf N vr- K PA. v ryj tfl? cv- $0, fcf Tho opory homo burned down last night, Of courso tho causo tho firemen know; The vllllan lit a cigarette And tossed tho match among tho snow I Luko McLuko. Tho horolno, with shoulders bare, it' Stood out amid" the driving storm, Nor caught a nuto or coia, lor io. S Tho paper snow was nico and warm. Momphis Commercial Appeal. Voolnnp Blankets, $1.!8. Mens Bros. Fresh oysters at John O'Kcefe's. SiO-lOt (Saturday is tho last day to pay City Taxes bofore 10 ponalty is added. A- Boston- manufacturer is rushing Jtvor...

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 October 1914

& ! u -i t J,, i ,' ?'..' " '.! i li'i'n '' ,-... i. m . ii..iihwi '' r ''. ' rl n "" y ". . ,., w. ,. - .,, . , j "fi re,. 14 Y A'' :i ' - '- n HE PUBLIC LEDGER IMlLt gXOBfT SUNDAY, roOUTU -Of JOLT, TBAXKSQtVlNO AND CnmtTMAR. P. CURRAN, -. - Editor and Publisher. litiid LonE men Teleih6n No. 40. orrtai roDLto lkdobh buimhnu, MATITIM.C. KT. etcA t the MayvHlc, Ky., Pottoflice n nceond-clnmi mall matter f auuavnwiijuNS-UY mail. One Yvnr ......... . Nix IHtMilti- .. Threw Slnulti. a no , 1 no 70 1 mcLlVKliHU BY VAllltlKll, Per Monti.................. ...........3U Cent l'gyabU to Collector at end of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator Long Term ' AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON ' For nitod States Senator Short Term ' J WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congrcsa J Ninth District II. QLENN IHLLAND. Judgo Court of Appfls. Third District JAMES DENTtfN. THE PRESIDENT AND CONFIDENCE President Wilson, speaking before tiie Reserve Hoard, of the had state of b...

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 October 1914

1 l,'M'W ifl $ i K V 'it HUNT WHERE YOU I V No place can you buy such OLD WHISKIES. Bottled in bond for $9 a case or 75c full quart. BEST EVER. Winter is coming so buy a quart of the best apple brandy for that cold, only 75c. v . -'47 v.. W-i MS They a( . V ,11.! -f . N1 m : V 4 4 "Vj, w PTP.- sic- m. t ofl It isn't raining rain to mo, It's raining forago crops; In overy dimpled drop I soo Alfalfa groon as hops. With pastures groon for horses And ryo and wheat for sows, It isn't raining rain to mo, It's raining food for cows. loan, Saturday Mcrz Bros. will be lied Letter Day at A man turns oneo to look at a pretty woman mul twice to look at a rciMinireri one. Humanity will nover reach its ulti mate development until it cuts down sloop and food. I consider this the most important conclusion which I have como to during my years ot hard and constant effort. I'homas A. Edison. KEEP YOUR WIFE ON YOUR PAY-ROLL. In the November American Magazine Frances If. Sterrett, writing a story entitl...

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 October 1914

II II to EKinr in 5KL Hi- K' K3& --j "? JS A& .!- - r ft X 'f' - w& At" HP"' Ham" &' whh :mic . .Li 1 ;r jy Seems to Like Our RCOATS! ro soiling ao rapid- . you havo tho now nd mark thorn at a ,e margin, thoy aro (ound to soil, and ours aro soiling. Do you want a Real, New Overcoat? If so, Rfimn bore. I Geo. H. Frank & Co. ., Maysvillc's Foremosl Clothiers. WORSE THAN HELL k thP MrpQpnr Hirnnfian War Great Britain, Russia, France and Maybe Italy To Throw 10,000,000 New Men Against Germans ' Turkey Enters Fray and Joins Germany TWO CRUISERS SINK 13 SHIPS. London, Oct. 2!). According to a statement from Berlin, the (lerman cruisers Kinden and. Karlsruho hao sunk forty-three vessels. TURKEY DECLARES WAR; .NINTH GREAT POWER IN EUROPEAin FIGHT. Petrograd, Oct. Sit. Turkey Iris be gun hostilities by bombarding pe.icc t ill sea eijist towns. r.. J. n..n.. ...... .1... . ii.mU ..i.iiu UWl I iin it II 1111 II III. IT IIIM aillllllL IIV I l appe le tins morning ot tne crui...

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. — 31 October 1914

(H 9HHB19flBSk ' Hra mw PUBLIC LEDGER SAUER KRAUT S Just Arrived. 5 SWEtIT CIDER 25c Gallon. S Phone 20 S 5 niNHFR RRO Leading Retailors gLJlINUcEK 5KU3., 107 W. Second St H MiiMimiB Li yjSiv U"Ml.K1A-n MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. "jl I nvtiLiv i,nimtvt iar kBHJft FilVJHCp ASb MSMHEII jHUMMMi B; I jm V J fl f- V3S. y C5WE .ffi M st wjft ira NO ALUM IN ROYAL BAKING POWDER i n inn CHAOS In War Stricken Europe Lon don In Darkness Tonight Is Ilallowo'cn Sorao ugly things arc soon, And tho Goblins 'ell Git yer if yer don't Watch out. Kifi JMrs. N. Kidder lias returned home er a month's visit with relatives Dayton, Ohio. V jMr. and Mrs. O. L. Bartlctt and sons ' MfJH go over to Peebles, Ohio, today 1 il visit uii'ir reiiiuvi's. fSlrs. Louella Moreland of Millers- ?ij' roturne,l home yesterday after a week's visit to her daughter, Mrs M. G. Dailoy of East Second street. K" ;,Miss Alma Ilobb l.lliott returned yes- tS . XI 1 . ii-ruuy uiieniuuu 10 uer ...

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. — 31 October 1914

t II : s - 'ay .4 J '. - I, -Ml 4Tr-t v l V - . I I if $j3 THE PUBLIC LEDGER daili cxccrr RUxuiT. rouutu jult, TiutiKsarriMti anii cnnittim. - - - Editor and Publisher. A. P. CURRAN, MUnrf Teltplione No. 40. orrio roBLio lkuoih builoino, ATYILLS. KT. . K nityd at the MayavlUe, Ky., Poitofllce an tctoiid-clami ninll miller avnauHivt iom-n' mail. On Yer ..........,... ..... Mix Montli. ............ Tta r h........ ............. o UKLIVKMCU UY VAliltlKli, Per BIoiilh................ ,.. 9IB Cent J"a yablt to Votltetor ut end of itontn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLIOAN TICKET. Par United States Senator Loiig Turin ' "v AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON ' ' ' For nltod States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congresa Ninth District It. GLENN IRELAND. Judgo Court of Appeals. Third District .TAMES DENTIN. HOW MAN SHALL LIVE Man shall not live by bread alone, but if he will Vote the Hepubliean ballot and serve the Lord lie will always have a full dinner pail and live and die happy...

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. — 31 October 1914

9 w n ft 4bi 3 " " ij. HUNT WHERE YOU AM No place can you buy such OLD WHISKIES. Bottled in bond for $9 a case or 75c full quart. TheyV BEST EVER. Winter is coming so buy a quart of the best apple brandy for that cold, only 75c. p p PV""' 1 ff - "? '' ' -'- ,r i r? l-. i'4 -- 1 1 B - (, Vi ; :V h (.. ?. -? ' fc 'lr It takes generations to lift man up a slnglo degrco; but so swift is the effect of war wlitro men live a yoar in a day that man can bo demonlzcd in a month. Frederick Palmer. FEAR OF MINES CAUSES OLYMPIC TO LAND PASSENGERS IN IRELAND. London, Oct. 20. Tho steamer Olym pic which left Now York October 21 for Glasgow, warned by wireless telo graphy that there wore Gorman minos oir Tory Island, on the north coast of Ireland, put Into Lough Swilly. Here tho passengers were landed and sent by special train to Londonderry. Lough Swilly is In county Donegal. Tho European war is costing lighting nations $40,000,000 a day. THE MODERN WAR HORSE. Tho war horso that sniffs tho battle ...

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. — 31 October 1914

, i " ' iA'- ;- 7 - t)M wy yWf ' ww q MKMWMnw mmmJ - ", . ' ins to Like Our iOATS! lolling so rapid- iu havo the uisw fuaark tboni at a largiu, they nro .'o soil, and ours nro dolling. Do you want a Real, New Overcoat? W-TB I,. M XI BU lilillin uoici ,&: ;Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. i , TO THE VOTERS OF MASON COUNTY Mr. Andrew W. Mootly of Trout street is visiting hi mint, Mrs. Mollie Wilson at Manchester. : , ... Hf.Mrs. Alien Kminltt of Waverly, unio, lsUho pleasant guest ot Mr. and .Mrs. fclShibWells, of Knstliind. !.. ... if? Mrs. Horaces J." Cochran and son, glidraco .Tr., left yesterday morning for jufvfydt nt .Bowling (Ireen. ilK jz-i'vftfrf Cient Pinch of West Third street jliut yesterday for Nepton to bo gone Ffiir 'a. few days on biwiness. t, www . ... Jlrs. Koss Henderson 01 roriainouiii ys'the pleasant guest of her sister, Miss JJMnry Huckley of West Second street. "Mrs. Graves Asbury of Ft. Tliomas, innd Mrs.-lUcn Wood of Sardis, are vis ...

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 November 1914

Hi X I HEINZ' SAUER KjRAUT Just Arrived. SWEHT CIDER 25c Gallon. Phone 20 PUBLIC LEDGER Bf.- DINGER BROS., .MS'S? S.t ABitUt.iCAIi-rt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ijiti rvttuo t.KbiFB-tan HHrtabJi .K? J M '-IkV&ufe Lh ?-m hots 4 f. $L.- rv ZONQUEI .iSaid a man to his wifo: "Hold your tonguol" And hor right to Ills jaw sho thon swonguo. Ho saw all tho stars From Vonus to Mara, And when he woko up ho S3 "Stonguol" Mr. A. I). Bradley was an A.igusta visitor 1'rlday and Saturday. tat Col. li. A. Robinson of East Second frAnf fntiiriiml linuin Snf lirilnv frnm i vwVrv", "- .... -.... jktwo wcoks' stay at Martinsville, Ii.d. - If Messrs. E. T. Kirk, Andrew Cloonoy, AV. W. Ball and T. .). Currey motored tn l)nvrr Priilnv nvenlnir. whnrn Messrs. TT ' "' yilall and Cloonoy gave Interesting talks b.a large crowd on the "flood Hoads Bond Issue." MASQUERADE DANOE. A the Princess Theater building, Flominfc'sburr, Friday night, Novembor Music by Insko's Sa...

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 November 1914

IX te fcl 1 XI r .v? TT in m niniiiw mttm mi mm nlnnri n I "" I - I I ' jC I i , ir;fv THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAll.1 lCrT HVMJT, rOUKTII or JULT, tlUNKHOIVIHU I AMU CIIIHBTMAg. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. CaOOkltttlll Loll? OliUnoa Ti'lcphono No. 40. orrici ruBtio minim builuino, XlTltTlM.1. KT. Hnleml nt Die Mavsvllle, Ky I'mloflice a ctoml-c1n mall matter suusvuivjiutn-uy maiu. (Inn Yntr His Mwiitlik. l no 70 DSLIVKKKD UY OAHIUKH, Vrt Slonlh. .............,.. .. ,........ Cent ltiyable to Collector at etui ot Month. LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. i. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator Lang Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON" For Wnited States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District II. GLENN lKULAND. Judgo Court of Apprjls. Third District JOULES DENTtfN. GAMALIEL WATTERSON "West Virginia Democratic papers, since the great peace was established at the White House ten days ago, have accepted Henry "Wntterson as the Gamaliel of Democracy, and all seem...

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