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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 November 1914

tf; "M ttgT-fnf.ircY am BWWMWb.owdiiHwxi jHMt-sssf Now is 'the time to buy your winter supply K Potatoes. They are well matured, mealy, wl elegant stock. Cheaper than have been in M. C. RUSSELL - A j ' 4 .; . 4 1 r : Sfc : .vr 4r n w rv ' fcV S ' ' vtm rt ! !'V- . flsraSBSKlfc ' nBSBMBSBSBSBftBfnfa tBB&nsiBSBisBHsTkLX IdTmAtr fWHiHR SH Hit' ... Wwvrffllfc BrvWSBk IlK m. MuRL - - o Hh h 1. s " HEP"' You teach a girl your business ways, Slio weds and leaves, alack, .But BOino get tired, so rumor says, And wander back. 'BRACKEN'S GOING DRY.' If uuo can jmlgo from tlie amount of boos-o brought in on No. 7 on Saturday nights one Is forced to tho conclusion that tho thirsty ones arc afraid that tho supply at Maysvlllo will bo ex hausted before they get their share. Bracken Chronicle. Leon (larruch has retired from active business and, being of the nvcrngo type of man, will devote tho balance of his lifo to hating enemies, real and fan cied. Smoke La Tosea Xo. 3, made by the Geo. W. Ch...

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. — 7 November 1914

! LJ.Iafflajafl &'- - $4? tramiiiuuwrTriiiw-'(WTvn'"cji- "vwtvuiM-r"'"'"' it" ' - i r- - v - i - -i - . -r. ' w v r- t t- w- i"WPiiiif.. r--i r r i . . j -jarr . Any Longer i Your oat or Suit .stocks are complete. ,rfe are pleased to announce fours are all new and reason ably priced. fe. ... too. H. rrank & to. I Miysville's Foremost Clothiers. ,i ,.,,.. ., . -r.T -r.nr.THT-m Baltimore, Md. That pain is an ini- rponani incior 111 diagnosing uiuo:, itifnsmueii as the character of the pain (may bo of great assistance in determin ing iho naturo of the disease, is the Statement of Dr. .John M. T. Finney of tho .Johns Hopkins Medical school. f'; Therefore," ho says, "pain is by no loans an unmixed evil, but a blessing Itl 'disguise." WOMAN'S PART. teTlt is in preventing future wars jthat womoif have an especially big ?irt t6J'i7ay. Miss Christabol Panic- Hfarsr. ' The hope may bo expressed that thu rrevention will include the wars of the Turk's" upon works of art, churches 'ntul ...

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. — 9 November 1914

II " '"' ' i ' '. . . - ' i '' ' - ' -...'- . .' ' ' ,' j, -",',"' ,, i .i . i I, v- i- . ... i j , . , ,, ..! - TMkn ' ' ' ' I I: PUBLIC ftl LEDGER MINCE MEAT ;' 558Mcr585S' 5 We carry both Heinz's and Atmore's in bulk, package or jars. 5 jmU -rs""-. i-?. A full line of new fall goods of every description. H ,MBff. IMMrCD DD"C Leadlne Retailers Tamr . JL III V X 1 V JJ IV7lj iJH5KLi-. u...,. -.-.- tut a votttt t r vcMTTTnirv ivrn'M"n a v "MnVRTVTP'P.'D a mii xrri nrtov xtt nimum H a . 107 W. Second St IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIgli IE $Lr MISS MAEL BRAMEL TREMEffDlS lOSSES: f$f T Married Saturday at Oinciunatl To W. 3f& Vtfk ,1L$ H Wilkinson of That City. I ' . ' s-m tnw"N ? WJkW -- xiu wuiuau (luuu vu nuuj uuuii l, ' About her lack of brains, "i , Or that man's arrogance is such X That ho hor wit disdains. ... -. ... jv Mpst husbands win in concert join "" , AU BtUtU Ulio lav). ujj o mwuivu V! Tlicir wives know how to get tho coin Kw, Their massivo brains have earned....

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. — 9 November 1914

II v'grrE i d, ...,,.,', . , ,,:' . .,..,,... . i ,, , ,--i . t. .., yy w - -riww vt -f - -ft ?5' ': .' i :: . ".U. .. '. . t : - ,,r- ft- s- K r ' V ' tytf !,(' ,rj'.. . lA "Q- - W . . I THE PUBLIC LEDGER uiiLT ixocrr iumiut, rouHtti ur jolt, tuankbuivino ahu onniwuAi. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Local And Loot QlBUnce Telephone No. 40. omoE ruiaio lrdokii umLpivo, MATBV1LLR. KT Unltrgjtthe Mavvllle, Ky., PoitoHice ns ccotul-cla inll matter T SVUSVttiriWNX-ltY MAIU On Yai.1 .. ..H..S3.0O Mis mmilllfc- ... .......... I OO nix mmiiha. .. m ............... i o TUr aioulli. 7ft DJtUVXllhD BY VARKlKli, Per ffloulli. ..................... ta Vent. I'ayablito Volltctor at tmi of JontA. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. EXIT THE "PROGRESSIVE" PARTY There was never any real excuse for the exist ence of the so-called "Progressive" party. Its death from inanimation closed its career as an in sane organization captained by a forlorn candidate-by-nature whose egotism blinded him to the...

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. — 9 November 1914

JEW EiAtttf n". "3T r-...-w -., 'vi I va . v; rs- fnwn" ;sf ,trr -. -"Wi. - ' Jr ". ,Jir " - T y ?lt Mht4T i w hi - -1 i Now is the time to buv vour winter suddIv Potatoes. They are well matured, mealy, whj elegant stock. Cheaper than have been in 5 M. C. RUSSELL Q B BHl A' B IH Hrl I 4 u" ,1 .T4 I ','' ' h " i " M. a ' "' El " r fc a," " - f Vf ' 5. J k P?Wj 2 ;i'( r i.TfM. ? T SJ VJ ! tlilr . .1-W ! V wr yi J..T t.. 9h - r fir. : v v r-i J yi- n- i-v iV B :. i rt- tfrY Vj. 4 rr ?, Mt ? ft: IV. H vl. fia M 0 That when thoy aro not fcoling woll, many persons find thomsolvcs in ttoubt whether to tako a Uttlo patont n'cdlclno or try somo now brand of loligion. REPUBLICANS WIN NATIONAL VICTORY In Congress Fight Would Havo Had 324 Votes in Electoral Collego Had It Been a Presidential Campaign. In tho presidential election of 1012 tho Republicans (Taft) curried 2 States, Utah and Vermont; Progressives (Itoosovelt) carried 6 states, California, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, South Dak...

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. — 9 November 1914

. I I . .. . ... - '. - . .n -- - - - ! -i i in ii iMHiiiMMiWrtatwitiwitllMiiiiii rlMltfMMBMflBiffil It font mounce .aavo made union for tbo pro bust g)liday Display in 11 our history of bc- JAfaysvillu'a Foro unost Olothioro. Ev- faery cift that's worth L&whilo will he found Lhero at roasouablo "'prices. i m IGeo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. HALF BILLION LOSS Estimated as Result of Low Prices of ' jr " Cotton and tlio Seed. Washington, Nov. 7. War's effect on the,prico of cotton and cotton seel has caused a loss of nbout $1."jo,0()0,000 to .'American cotton farmers this year, it vfis announced today by the Uurenu dfr.Croj) Estimates ol tlio Department fo'f Agriculture. The experts base their estimate on the shrinkage of prices this year compared with thuc or last year. This year's prices are tlio lowest that . it . i ..! icno uavo jiroviiiii'ii sinuu ioi.a. Cotton prices on November 1st, av- rOM.'rt u..i cents per pound, wane a mar auo tne price as J- cen...

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. — 10 November 1914

MRtL su?lffiHlHH ISM"' V?Wf!XMllIM - HHA. ...,... . ""'.'" '' I". ..". " .mii mn r i'ii win i i ii mift'K"'' imwm i ii niirir i, it ilj 'i ' 'J1;'1 rti'o- i mi dm( k.i, , k, i ,ii.,;i,,JjSaftq HHI1IIII .MIHUMMM M JLM Jii VV "M- MINCE MEAT! g We carry both Heinz'snnd Atmore's in bulk, package or jars. S A full line of new fall goods of every description. jm DINGER BROS., ,?3? B illllllHIlIlllMllllllllllIIIIIIIMIIIll V J" PUBLIC fLtl: LEDGER" I & ' - IHfiffir ' BKnfToamw MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. F r ' ' ' " - i ' "'' " ' i ' "' i i i i I m mi, a A youns man of tho surgicap corps ,'"i. i.. 4. .- --ii -.. He., rnr uno uigni wcui 10 can un miaa jtiuipsj Ills talk raado her yawn But at last ho had gawri "And she cried: "What a torrlble ! I Pborpsl' There will bo an.-rfdjournecl meeting fof tlic Mason FiicaJl Court today. J. tt Attorney Vi . 1). Cichraii left yesterday fiiiieiiiuujlx'iur ii uusiiirss trip 10 uruuu- '-.?. (Mr. H. S. Kills, local...

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. — 10 November 1914

JhL'F .. S. . 4'" . iff P'SPW'wH lrfFmjBs v te-I f. ''iv '.. fc u. : "Jv & ST "i Pi , .15.. dtwt ' iV.O ."" K:' at'. . v A 3 m. wSrore 7PEBLIC . LEDGER I1AII.T KXQXrr iCHniT. TOUHTIl Of JULY, THAN.8IVIN0 AWD CliniBTMAB. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. UoaWnd Lonjt Nn ..ft. 01tnc8 Tlphont 1 ..im.irtui grrtox roDi.to tKDain duiliuno, MAIBVIfLK. KT. Utdrcal J"- the Maysvllte, Ky., Po.tofflcc as ctoiul-clp tuall mnttef tiUDSVflirJ lUAti-UY J4l.. On Yewr... - - . t HI M.bllltlt. . Tlirro Mitnlli... 1 au . . ? DKUVKliKV BY UJLUMKlt, Per Noiitli..-...... ...- ' Cent. payable to Collector at tnd of Joi.t1. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. OHIO RIVE RIMPROVEMENT People generally of the Ohio Valley, mid par ticularly those interested in commerce- of the Ohio river, will probably observe with some interest the proceedings in Cincinnati of the Ohio Valley Improvement Association in its twentieth animal convention. n this connection there is an oppor tune happening in the coming of Col...

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. — 10 November 1914

WHllHHK&SBryflVjSj J- y v . " . V$T, jT rJT '1T if JV" - . s r l iT-'A urfr $ ' , jffntfl i -f "rrf -iW &? m . lr " at'Wj ? " 1 ?r? v ' - iii ' t , -r - it - - . . . . - " 9V 1 Now is the time.tobuy your winter supply . Potatoes. They are well, matured, mealy, w m elegant stock. Cheaper than ihave been in 5i M. C. RUSSELL A. nr ' w ' v tr f ' 'r, tc '. j.t . ? " " . 3 :? POTATOES IPPHr .jJBI aJM JHi v 'i '1! 7, o V. I. Y 7 m-' '? :''. V 1, . r A U v tf t I ' feara M & .i U & . r ' AiT 11 tlb ' t i-1rV 1.-. ' (U tf B - fcfv It ay SU sL4 f ftr'fc. (MX '' ? . "" m k m 5 a H H mm I1' '4 8 JvMHK&Ell&' m ii TwiTiiii' IJKInBBHwjD s - I lTHHHlfim6toL j Jt is 'nt nlwn.vs love tlmt makes a man attentive to his wife. Mnybo lio Is afraid fif her. Throo persons wore killed and one wsm seriously iiijureil ns the result of the overturning of a powerful nutomo liilo nt Milwaukee, WK Smoke. La Tosea No. 5, made, by the Goo. W. Childg Cigar Co., in Maysville. It's a sinoko 29S...

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. — 10 November 1914

- II II-.. 1 ' LI i ' 1 . I . . ' itl, . i - -, r t . . L L ..Tm.tit;jIJlJVj . ., ,. tttTTil'1iMjgiWgr"lJ.1' iwmwffwpwwyiw lBBf .Jl I I !- 1 -T r --W IT 1-TT- -" T T T , iVant mounce j havo mado nro- vitlinn tor thn heat tflHbliday Display in. gaii our uiuiury m uu- ing Maysvillu'a Foro "''most Clothiers. Ev- , ... .i cory g'" ,uat worin win ue iuuuu at roasouablu 8iWyi5'i""ir(V,7,yft ',, 11,75s 2fr A whiln ... .... fhero prices. t-Geo. H. Frank & Co. ' "Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. Mr; Othor O. Oliler of tyftyh., was the guest of T. ovor Sunday. Charleston, (J. (lilmnro, rm' is fine sltnjily cawn't ' hi November. fall weather anl you beat the Ohio Valley MMr, .Taujes Sparks of Cynthiana, who has "been Iho guest of .Miss Oertiude JJaugh sineo Saturday, returned home on day. &V fotii Mr. Shelby Lytic Cowen, of Cin- Ohio, returned homo Monday Innati, "hfterjii visit here since Friday, a guest SMIss Lula Baugh. v , t Xfayor Leo!, Captain C. M. Pliistcr, nrill others, are in ...

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. — 11 November 1914

sp.mr -, ' ' 'W-twhm. 4 r ' v w.. ,"rr? mi i i imiii mn 1 1 nM ii-i 1 1 hi i i innBiTiiTnirrrrT-rniiri rmr -i r-r-rar r"i"i-irn-rinnfTTrTT"rf'TTi";TjTT- irT-r""iviriiTTnr'iiinrfn -"' ..,. BWWii)wHri.'.Ki' j lTij i TcTl' 'j f i ri"i-Ji,iJTrr' ' ."' ' " " '"" "" immM.i i i .1 . .. M , iri r '' " asrywyssrn7W8 -mffir7in-xiiijiatu' HlMliMrtillTlil1tl1lnnn in fhi l.iTM flUrl it 1-lirfi-initfnnMiflii n l'i gJfUtatftfYViWMft . LEDGER Hrm.. T'aaaaaaWS$l v' 4s:r,Ltn.ti.Aftir mjfjfSli Wm ? IN MAYSVILLE iirasa fk r W V . JJUHW I FkT .J- & I qMHrefc . i YV in I F IIor Two Children Aro Supposed -m l 4- Sho UN MBMlirailMMlBMIBBBlgEaKlMllMBim HI wffmimM Hi 5 iRN M MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. TO THE POINT asked Mario to marry mo, My hoart stopped boating then; didn't answer "yes," but gee, How quick sho gurgled "when?" (Mrs. W. G. Lewis was alioiiniiig in S Cincinnati yesterday. ? ' ilr. Chnrlcs Short, who has been w"quito ill at WiNtm Hopitnl. is able ...

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. — 11 November 1914

II """ ' F "" v'TW thSPlfift Thlrly,,x Governors, fpmcv Pov- mi i i J( " .; r tit' f & m. v. i?A 'X - &? '. I . ", I ' ' ' ' I "U : ' '' k ' ' j f3 i t . ' ' ' I . ; v-' . ,?A - A ' "i, ' ' v ' ., T. ?Kp dS-'fOy '5SaaBlffiSe& nttona Uip uovoriioIHacunriirenco ?j? eWS I? ) 5Sr ?F? , MAMMOTH "TATER.''i,hATOIl! i (f33 (5?' JjiiWlHUUttl. ' I Oin AYIO olJS'a CfSiS . . ,.,...., -,r I 1 ' ao 5?vS .(, l-l .' V Never Questioned Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure and wholesome. It is made from highly re fined, pure, cream of tartar, an ingredient of grapes. Not an atom of unwholesomeness goes into it; not an unwholesome influence comes from it. It perfectly leavens the food, makes it finer in appearance, more delicious to the taste, more healthful. Its superiority in all the qualities that make the perfect baking powder is never questioned. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure No Alum ,TATER,Y8,pAT0Il! Air. and 'Mrs. Hubon Fitch have re turned homo from Go'rmnntown,- Miss tfcll...

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. — 11 November 1914

; la nwwiiiiinjyniiiiiiiiijM-ii inniiii'ijyiii mi hi urn m i i.i u i n i m m i iir IT ii , ii ii ti ii i , lim r.. ,, ' i wi& itmm q ! i ii ii i , wti , i l,m. tM JBjBL W ' t. f gg. g r ggj .k. ' sp? ' . . F'i JH1 HPA -l-i- H -r IB Hre aBBtanallV BV HH H hA 'H aH BHattHaH Laaaaaaw IbbbbbbbbK'ib' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv bbbbbbbbbbbbS BBBBBBBBBBBai bbbbbbbbbbbbbI aBBBBBBaY LbbbbbbbbA bbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbH LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW IHk''' Ik i ii bbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbV b LbbbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbbB ib hhhh bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW BK vv i i .hh .HV HK HH HH .IIIH b wj, jH H bbbbbbbbbbbbbT KiHft H H bbbbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbI BbbbbbbbbbbbbI H H H H IK K L jbbbbbbbbbB bbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbv bbbbbbbbbbH ivuBwilw " IHHHBH vHBHB' bbbbbbbbb1 bbbbi Now is t time to buy your winter supply Potatoes. fThey are well matured, mealy, elegant stqck. Cheaper than have been in 5 y ' f i M. C. RUSSELL CU. whit V: yw J. & $ v ft', B- tIK, &...

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. — 11 November 1914

7 ' ' I I . i I - -imiiMiiwr ll -" wi,i Hhnrt n,Bfnn vtflrdav-amali o 8rowtb nnd chtff-0- mtrh oahev or.TH TWATncs trom Two ana'HaU'Cont.MoaauroDcbiarccf l'l44AV I7i4Ail Ql SWIfc 1 i ;dffe IT"1" f t . M KavJ9 the lake or going jugh the cool air in rord these autumn Ays makes one long for a good, warm Macki hXeI naw,, liven ir you arc not long on the change, why you will lare well if you buy of Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. We know, for we sell them. Geo. H. Frank & Co. r,v Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8th ,-o-t Probablo Dato of Oponing of Tho .Maysvlllo Looso Leaf Tobacco Market. v - Tho Maysvillo Tobacco Association, 'M. M. Gary, President, will meet Thurs day ovcnlng at tho Ccntrnl Ifotol to n. the date of opening of tho local loose j."dicaf tobacco market, and transact other 'j1k business. Y , - . I'jD'open hero cm Tuesday, December Sth. TO PROTECT STOCK fiOo&'misslouer Newman Calls On Mason I1 County Tarmers to Aid In Quar "iJLjP antlno Against Dre...

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. — 12 November 1914

Buill lftrfiwWWJtMJr'jTt.'M . -)JH yn.j.SL. jf ..aira..!..!! i.j i.j-... ... .. . r1. .T-rrf-r.. -.-T:. -. . .-.- . -r r . ..-r-f.. i1 i y--1-Jwr-g -jtj.t., joi Affltjg. a -ij. --.,M jEa ', "f f , i V' i 1HK T. S m j. Ki:' ffliTiiriTT' i -BfiPLIlHt gglX4 k rtlbUi) I.KD4IHB-K91 mtrW THE GREATEST DAY M&4 "i ' KJht.b i. . I U , 1 V I B' t W 1 i Jf Noarly Two Hundred Persons Into ml r milAA There once wag a .silly Grand y l2ler, ho drank all his toasts to tle Kaiser; Witli each fresh stotn of bocU, Wo would loudly cry ' 'Mochl "I Hut now ho is sadder Budwejisor. -LouisviUo Post. TrcMi FlshWeis' Meat Mrket. Mr. A. V. Uospess of Frnnkfert, enmo i down yetcnlny to visit his iathor, Col. Jj'fjThiM.A.RoMw. A. rovhnl meeting will begin it Trin ity, Monday, November ICtli. 1 A. F. rl)LTS. Miss Bello Horton, who litis liuen the ijjuest ofMicr uncle, Mr, Omar podson, i spentiiii; a lew days with -vr allt' ilr. Lucleu (Malthy, of iVashm'on. lt ', flir. JMnanl Ward is siicmlinii a few Veejc wi...

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. — 12 November 1914

FROMI88 AfrD I ft t l ", .. 1 K.-n.-t . - - - --TiTT - uj Jinvcawo y iimnnju H inuiy Wwo '- rT..S.n .!.,... n....i.f S iii i ! mii ii w. n .ii. i , WUIU L'I'UILlll Jt 11111' LHTIO lYIig U 4'IIUIH ! 1 Bl Ifc 1 unucrwcdr DilLIHCrT tUMtHTt roVUTH Of JOLT, TDANKtUlYlfta AND ontlllTNA. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. i No. 40. 31iiD08lioplion9 ornoi ruBLio ledum buimini KA1V1U.C. KT. Katered at the Movllle, Ky., IMitolTke M ccohJ-c1m mall matUr. HUiibVltll'AWAH -a if JlAtt,. Mis. Jluittllto. , ,., ..... f TlHf tOUlll .HHIIIW.Kllm I.IWHMII it&u vhiino ay vAHiumt, rer MoulU...... ..M5 Out I'ayablHO VoUtclor at ttul Of Monlti. ALLSUBSlklLllON6 CA6H 7A( AUPAXLb. THINK OF GOOD OLD MASON COUNTY, GOING REUPLIOAN " ;Jv (Frankfort Correspondent Commercial " Tribune.) "When a vacancy, caused by death, occurred last , year in President Wilson's home district of New Jersey and a Democrat was elected to the House, to succeed the deceased Republican member, the whole world of Democracy raised ...

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. — 12 November 1914

., ..m.J.-fc-H--JWWi!iisa--A- ..l- . J. nRKit MgMk mmn mhmb hlb hi fl h ---- h ih ,. EPS H B ffr eH jH flH --HH-HK--H Jv HflPH-N-S'HHIIA sr " iB B HJ H 9H Hflfl BB 0 HI-H VH ii( TH B iB H HH B-L-HY 'li? -v H H i B Jyft2 flftB H Hfl -lw "1 1BjI lk. jhkjmL ibHb " i H-EH mu'HI lk fJHI8iH n fl Hi?tf. b .1H flH Hk-H--L --H KB. i-B - A H Here is a -Special Bargain W,c :'at;e' selling WHISKEY made in "1910, pure googs, 3t$2,a gallon. TJiink of it, $4 grade- for $2. : M. C. RUSSELL Crf ,a &? 3 3 ij .V lit.? OVER THE HURDLES. Moaslcs, whooping cough and niumpa Hives and stomach-acho, Tboso comblno tho stated jumps Childhood has to tako. ATTENTIQMARMERS BRING YOUR TURKEY? DIRECT TO US. PUT PLENTY OF STRAW IN YOUR WAGONS. OUR PRICE WILL BE 13c DELIVERED, FOR O00D, FAT TURKEYS, FROM N0.W UNTIL SATURDAY, ifov. 2lst. WEIGTHS GUARANTEED. THE E. L. MANCHESTER PRODUCE COMPANY.' HUNTINOTON WILL DROP FitOM LEAGUE. Will Huntinjjtoii, W. Va luo a baseball team in t lie O. S. L. tins ea son, or not? ...

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. — 12 November 1914

W. w lV- h ':', eSAHEJNG :-: On the Jake or going ' through the cool air in a Ford these autumn days makes one long for a good, warm Macki naw. Even if you are ' not long on the change, why you will fare well , ifyoubuy of Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. " We know, for we sell them... Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. FERN LEAF. (Many farmers tiro -through husking corn while mnny have not begun. Wo hnvo chicken pox in our mlilst. Tho sick are all convalescing. Mrs. Frank Mclntyro attended a meeting of tho Directors of the Hank of Germnntown, Friday. !Mr, and Mrs. Cal Haughaboo spent Sunday in town. Tlio pie supper at Hebron was quite n success socially and linancinlly. Air. nnrt Mrs. T. T. Asbury enter tained relatives from Bracken county, Sunday. Tho Moonlight School is Still pro gressing but they are now desirous of funds to refurnish the building and they will attempt their requirements with n box supper and luncheon .Sat urday night. From now until Christma...

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. — 13 November 1914

mm ami; . MffJSin. r" in r n r ------ ' - PUBLIC LEDGER MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 'Pit ) j loiit fjut jlalth HonE HT IS Soma ZSjJexi IN SHARMANY' easy enough to Iook iilcns.int everything goes well ovor In iDusBeldorf, the man worth while man who can srallo some Belgian ohoots his Inside coat-hutton-orf." T-Cat Ogdon. hew hats liave come. Merz Bros. K ugtoirbutdiers liavo declared in JfnYS of a public abattoir, BT,. rtK" mt is possiblo that the T.ouisvilk' tax x Ml i. s.... -:.... 1 n ..i.. .....1.1.... atu-wni no iiiuri-usii-u ' tviun, limiting t Sliga a bumlrcd. man buys a la vendor liirt and i Soles around for a roil iwnUfw roafwith it. Kearnev tloiia existing iir public land r'ero attacked at the Governors' cnc,o nt Mndison, Wis. :iont 'Wilson spoKO at tne unveil- fc " i i r 1 Y-ii.li!.. uiuuuiueut iu uuiiLTiti r niuji Tri Arlington Cemetery. jLa'urn Clay, of Kentucky, was ivice-president-at-largo of tho States Suffrage Conference in "ano...

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. — 13 November 1914

MM Vl ': &-; A v 7 V, ,.. r ? jt 'j t. MK jw. &.'- Li r r .t r THE PUBLIC LEDGER' IMILT XOPT SUNDAY, roUHTII Or JOLT, TU1NKS0IVIN8 AND CI1HMTMAS. i A. P. CURRAN; - Editor and Publisher.' CiOOlnd Long QliUooe Telephone No. 40. OfflO PUBLIC LSDOFH BUH.DU10, MAlRVtkLR. KT. Kntered nl the Maynvllle, Ky., Poto(Tice a cfondla matt matter. auimujiii'JJUA'a-uy it iiu, Iiii 'One Yir......, mi ittuiitn. . TUrev JUmMIii, .M.M.I. .(.M.W. t ..ta.oo .. 70 VKUVKllKU UY OAMtlKH, I'er Mo u li ..,... M.......ai Cents Payable to Collector at end of Montti. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. OUR PLATFORM. "I would secure the American market to the American producer, and I would not hesitate to .raise the duties whenever necessary to se cure this patriotic end." Words of William McKinley. THE BROKEN PROMISE NOT TO INJURE OR DESTROY LEGITIMATE INDUSTRY We favor the ultimate attainment of the principals we advocate by legislation that will not injure or destroy legitimate industry. (Democratic pla...

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