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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 31 August 1914

row .7 ' ''n 75: 'T?, .: f. 3 ':ijt;P - H i. Jf - a,a. KKWRffiltniaHraailHa .. r.Ar '., ... '"- - t it .'iWJ; '-r - v . '': . H fc'rt...- .-. , BWc' rtfi tS fc M$v v Jct Ono reason so ninny nion aro unlucky Is that they never go to work and glvo luck a chance, THE length' OF WARS History Thrown No Light on What Will Happen in This Conflict. (Kansas CitjVrinici.) Otitis" tiro iuutiil as even hi Iomlon .? ,. that the war will bo over by the first ;h?of tho year. That would porinlt five months 01 ugiiting. it is an 11 guess. Other warn afford little precedent, for never before has war been so extensive or engaged in on so vast a scale. Tli0 Crimean War lasted nearly a j ear and a half. Hut of this time the siege of Sebastopol occupied 11 months anil tho result was' not long in doubt. Tho campaign of France and Piedmont ngalnst lfiily lasted only two months ii 1S59. Tho Piussian war on Austria it known as "tho Seven Weeks' War. Tho Franco-Prussian War lasted about six months, but it was...

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 August 1914

." rv S7T T"J ' ? jfT rj 1 V i7 1 ' .f.V m ? w ' . "-. . ."!."? - -. 'J ' -5 J ft rj,, Js -M SHOWING OF Fall Suits BY REQUEST This Is the Last Week of $5 and $6 PANAMA HATS FOR $2.50 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. "FINE SHOW OF STOCK Yesterday at the Germautown Fair-Baby Show Also Attracted Great Attention Yesterday there was quite .1 good orvvd nt the Gerinnntown Fair, hut jtho rnlns of the work kept thousands lawni, ' tM I'..!!........ in He ( rnMiiiinis " hwurded: Harness Horses. Stallion, 4 years and over, C. K. Big ger. Mason county, .$15; .John K. IV gan, Bracken county, $10. Stallion, 3 years and under -1, Mc Cray Bros., North Middlotown, $10. Ilorsc or mare," 2 years and under 3, C. E. Biggers, Mason county, $I0; Me Cray Bros., North Middletown, $S.- Jlorsc, mare or gelding, 1 year and under 2, .1. E. Staton, Bracken county, $10; .1. It. Foagan, Bracken couuty, $.". Stallion, under 1 year McCauc, Bracken couuty $10; Henry 'Norris, Mason county, $5. M...

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 September 1914

POT cv 'JHV ; j" r ',? ? A- W .V.jr'tffl, ' -t; aaasaassaawtisasssi SS8$gS2SSa :2cwp523SmstJ M, Wi M WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE PUBLIC LEDGER : BLEST 25c COFFEE IN g MAYSVILLE i . : TELEPHONE 20. 8 DINGER BROS., .W.ttd's,8 . !; MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. VAili I'OBUO r.ElHIKlt-ttn UWJVBB ' -.7' ,1 liPcVvd vLvfdV HujU(. U 'j K'r . V 'Jr. i Ij"- yr E 6- , WP ff Upon her hnml lu itroTil his lips. Sho said it wasn't right; But ho didn't seem to understand IIci hidden meaning quite. I bog your pardon, then," said ho, "If it was out of place." "It surely was" tlie ma'"' replied, And tlion ho kissed her face GOOD ROADS Mason County to Have the Best That Money Will Build The Fiscal Court Yesterday Heartily En dorsed Judge Rice's P an For a $200,000 Bond Issue The. good road movement in this Slate jesterday received the mwt sub stnutlal boost that has been ghon it b any county within its borders. Tor years County .ludge Hieo has breu figuring on two ...

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 September 1914

irrer T 3 $ ;' "J "" r ; ' V V 1&- U, ie nw... " '" ,' '.',"!'! ?' ' "'ifc . THE PUBLIC LEDGER WilLT XOrt tUNUAT, rOUBTIl or JULT, thawkibitiku AND nllHIBTIUS, A? F. CLIRRAN. Editor and Publisher No.4oV Uooslnuil I.oiik . , 'Jl.Unce Telephone urrioa runLic i.kpubu uuimunu, KATVILI.. Kt. .HuWnVat the Miyivtllg. Ky.t r iitoQlce an nccotulcUM mall matter SUJiSVXU't IUNS-Ur 31 All. Our Year- .a ou I Bll .'f nijl mifiiiii- ...tt w.m.i .. " 1 III JMillllll .......... 7B UJCL1YBUKD BY OAlllllKU, Per MontU.. .. ..m..4B j"avo6Jf to Collector at end ot Jlontn, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH JN ADVANCE. 1 i ."- V. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United States Senator Long Terra AUGUSTUS E. WIliLSON Tor United Statoa Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT Tor Congress Ninth District J. 0. 1KULAND. Judge Court of Appeala. Third District JAMES DENTON. PARCEL-POST COLD STORAGE. K.H v r .Ice-boxes in postolliees lor tlie temporary sior- ,MA ne o eggs, poultry nnd oilier porislialilc parcel- post matter are a d...

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 September 1914

r- M 'rf. ?! V '.V ' 1 f .r 11. i- L " . MBMBMaaofc fypi i ill r n iMMaMMMMHNMy 3 " V lM i 'i-.fi'.". ." f to- : - I-' ,-"1 ' , ' f Jk ft v - 1' Odofl advertising Is a bushioss tonic, no matter wlmt tlmo of year you tnko it. THE DEATH OP THE POPE. "In anciont times, " said Popo IMus X., ruining hiniHulf from tlio eoum of approaching ili'ath, "the Pope might havo stopped the slaughter by a word. Now ho U powerless." So is every other lessor pontiff of rollpioti. In the Twentieth Century Christianity ami i-i lli?:i t ion are laid 1'nlilo as easily as a garment la flung nsldo in preparation for a fight. Wo men and children aro trampled under the feet of ruthless soldiers, private I roperty is destroyed wholesale Whole populations aro driven from cities that wero scenes of peace and hopo and thrift a few weeks ago. All of ,tho ghastly injustice of war Is in flicted upon tho defenseless in hideous struggle for moro power. It is a saddening spectacle. Itell glon n ml civilization seem par...

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 September 1914

DnEfiBH TwmMmaawxs?smpR2mfflXftnusaMS'T!x w?wm: " v $ ,g .,-p) fr it j. . ftN : ?WW)l,li,i1it.gWwja.iiiiii..i.' '. ' .. .'; j'm-u'wimn i 'i nni'i"?.ri! 'aaKlLil'"'.' ' TT?C B OYS going to school will do well to have mother or father come or send them here to see the good, winter KNEE PANTS SUITS .we are selling for $3, $4 and $5 AGES 6 TO 18 Geo. li. Frank & Co. Mnysville's Foremost Clothiers. &? j?Sjf SSlli Miss Sudie Shephurd is in Cincinnati today. V;. .-viMiss Ora Douglas of Cincinnati spent undny with relatives in tins my. yr8. tra. Frank Norton has returned from a visit to friends In Lexington. Mrs. A. I. Stiles' of East Second St., i visiting relatives in Covington. Mr. Clom Stoner left yesterday after . noon on a business trip to Cincinnati. Mr. W. 0. Coryell of Washington, D. 0., is visiting rolatives in tliis city. Mr. George Burrows returned Satur day front a lslt to relatives in Le- h'gton. 5 Mr. .1. W. Piper arrived home yester-. - day front u visit 'of several ...

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 September 1914

jjKBIKKtlKBIBHMEK ? zj riw Bsira&vPPFv V ' - - " - - "- "' ... i - - ' , , , , i, ' milMIIIHMHHHlllHIIMHIKHMMMHW 4 ,. WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE S BEST 25 COFFEE IN PUBLIC LEDGER I MAYSVILLE ! TELbPHONB 20. s : -4 S DINGER BROS., &TgsS,csr.5 3 'a u MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. tfri W - i f & & ?. BUSINESS MEN AND TAX PAYERS OF MAYSVILLE APPEAL TO THE VOTERS Ask Mason Countians To Assist Them in Preserving the Trade and Business Prosperity of the City of Maysville and Mason County TO THE VOTERS OF MAYSVILLE AND MASON COUNTY: The City of Maysville is the only part of Mason County that will be seriously affected by the result of the local option eloction to be hold September 28th, 1914, for the reason, that no matter how the election goes all the rest of the county will remain as it now is, so far as the legalized sale of liquors is concerned. Even should the vote be against local option yet it would not be lawful to sell liquor...

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 September 1914

m VW V ftvp & & & i II JJmi timm l rf&JJttik.M TLIM' ' ?"'" f HE PUBLIC LEDGER dailt cxcarr sunuat, rountn of jolt, TiUHKiotvma AND OIinlBTWAB. . A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. -'' tixl nd tonic '-llSlftDCtT tBWl'Uwm NO. 40. orricK rusiio lkiiuxh buildina, MATSV1M.X. KT. X 'Hntered at the M-vvllle Ky( 1 iilofflcc on worn! clam null matter- SVUSVttiriWNS-liY UAIU. One ur ... NIs Mlllttll.. ..as io ., i no .. 7 UJtUVMUAO BY VAMUJCH, Vvr MonlU....- ..................... ........ ,y Ceuti fayaOU to Collector at end of Alontn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. & , REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United States Sonator Long Term AUGUSTUS 13. WILLSON Tor United States Senator Short Term Wit. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District J. 0. IKULAND. Judgo Court of Appeals. Third Distrlet-fAMKS DRNTON. MUST WAIT FOR RESULTS. A "military export" describes the situiition now existing ns the closing of the German "mailed fist" with the French army in the palm. Ueports of Knssi...

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 September 1914

v& Jt- J v SS wfmv;w r-s - &?, S& -. "St'h 1.5' m W ' HIV bbVbbIf jwt f to It hk T 'I " L'Envol. When earth's lust fashion Is chartered nnil the last of the fails has been read And the. liibt fool story U printed ami the Inst sufTniKotlo is ilenil, hon the last ilhoreo has been gratito.1 ami the last sonl-mnto has to leave, Wo shall take our wlto to our bosom nml fliuf she's tho same old Hvu. I.uko " KENTUCIiYCONFERENCE Convener nt Wilivtoro Tomorrow Local Tnstors Lcavo Today To Attend Big Meeting. IJev. M. fi. Clarl:, pitnr of l'irst JI. i:. Church, South, and Hev. .1. W. fUnipsou, pistor of the Second Church, loft today for Wilmoro, Ky., to attend tho session of the Annual Conference which will last from Wednesday, Sep tember ii, to Monday, September 7. The Kentucky Conference embraces all the territory in Central and Kastern Ken tieky, evcept the Ashland Distiict, which. belongs to the vt'ealern Virj,ini'i ','onfeieiice. Tho Keiitu.'kv Confer enco has !10,P00 church n...

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 September 1914

Hi MTV- K ,Cy 'S? ' rf ' :' ; ' f I-"- " i v-i( fc ft f P. , J- I ) Erf!- L &&.. VPw- T. f ssassussss B OYS going to school will do well to have mother or father come or send then here to see the good, winter KNEE PANTS SUITS we are selling for $3, $4 and $5 AGES 6 TO 18 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. "WAREHOUSEJECEIPTS If Used May Save Kentucky Tobacco Orowors Millions of Dollars. .Frankfort, Ky., Aug. .11. Though to bacco wnreliouRO rocoipts actually may not bo utilled to any axtent as a bor rowing medium, according to J. W. Npwman, commissioner of agriculture, , tho fact that tho Federal Reservo board h. "Washington has promised to make tobacco growers of Kentucky from a less which had threatened to mount as high as $20,000,000. It is Commissioner Nowmnn's belief that tlie growers, re assured, will bo content to store their tobacco and borrow lightly on it when tie Federal Reserve board's plan is put it to effect. Mr. Newman returned from Washingt...

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 September 1914

- Tjfa.i ll-:ll,uiil..'i...i..ii.LHiuVI!.L-.i.Jn.. ... j-,--' -;.,.'a, ..'-i.'.-rr .w ' .,'",", '"'u ;:, ''' v , '., k ,...a ...v . j. ,..v..ill, ..j ? , Jv .13 raM5Twwgvatt, 5 WITHOUT A DOUBT WE HAVE THE X ' f : DTTPT IT flSSSrvl T "PUflPD" best 25c coffee in ': M rLJiliit SH JLiEJJllJiJcl I MAvmuE j jjmm, , lUK&V M,Mttf- MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. S DINGER BROS., fettt liiimiiaHiiiuiiiiuiiHiiiMiiniiii ONE COPY ONE CENT. idt nrii nnui.m i.KiuiKKian I HK'': nnr inirvrill PIIPIIT tnu niniAII BERRY BitANNEN V rat-nunmt mm "UN U PAHly sHL, 'V - .i Was tho Elegant Rocoption Given at Mt2r. - . VJkJv. !, TTnmn nf Mrs. P. P. Parker iKFV . . . -. . wlu ..... -. -. ....... . lMt P If 1 111 f T V . lMI Av LlMHAVAV Ullllinm Ann n t 1.1 a .iutl.itfi.i tn AfntoltnV tiia f iirtl .1 1 Mi- miJbfkf wcanesaay A1Wrnoo,, by U( UJC1U nd dU - - ''", mA "rt"K the nation inont.i, jnst eios- "K, 'w - . 0,1 tho Ho ml of Education has been estimate on your require...

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 September 1914

fWwi f,M ,! py...' tm VmlSRMi fVf . f? w i.i . . &s r A 'i'S ? - ,- is E3SS2323S3- -.- ..--vJWWWP THE PUBLIC LEDGER "BIBLES F0ItS0LDIERS" WHY? Cliristinn agencies of flcrmnny uppenr to lie tak ing up work among the soldiers in nrms. The Americnn JMblo Society Iiiih received an application from flcrmnny for Bibles and purtH of Bibles in German, Polish, French and Uussia tongues for dip tribution nt the front. It was learned nt the Bible House in Now York City that the British and Foreign Bible Society of London is also taking steps for this Christian work, and is having the co-operation of the French Bible Society of Paris. The Prussian Bible Society of Berlin and the "Wurtemburg Bible Institution of Sultgart are known to bo entering upon Christian work in the vast armies. ' . CONVENTION Of Christian Churches at Ashland-Mason County Makes Fine Showing In Report i Dr. TAULBEE SURGEON 1, DULY CXCirt iUNDAT, rOURTH Or JUI.T, TIUXKaalTlNS AND GHRIFrMU. Suits and Dresses Wu havo just ...

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 September 1914

'a- t i j fcl i KJ A-?vv- ';- ! fJ '"' pH . v, yft " Vrf- ""'V .f:-; B v r $ fiStf bw . www .. - Whon a mini returns n borrowed uni brollalhoro must bo something the mat tcr with It. ;. .j. ij. WEEKLY SPOUT LETTER. ! (By 0. II. KUIIRIM Cincinnati, Sept. i!. Wliilo tlio two western contenders lor tho jicnnant In tho National League tho St. Louis and Chicago teams hae ullered slight set bucks during tho ust week, neither team Is to bo counted nn outsider in the battle for the fl.ig which is now raging so fiercely. During tho jinst seen days Boston has occupied first place for a tew minutes, and St. Louis was within half a ganio of tho place. But unex pected reverses, combined with victor ies for tho 2STow Vorks when thu (Hants wero not expected to win, upset the uopo and kept Mcdraw's mon in first place. During tho present week Chi cago and St. Louis will bittle with the Beds, while tho Bostons aro playing in Philadelphia and tho New Yurks in Brooklyn. It's still an open flag foi tho ...

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 September 1914

'Tr i w '? f '"-' m. C. i. I. GEM 5c ADMISSION 10c. EPISODE NO. 5 OF THE MILEION DOLLAR MYSTERY Greatest of All Serial Plays "WHO BBBKS REVENGE' Two-Bcel Lubin Ftfature. MARY I'ICKPOKD IN "TESS OP THE STORM COUNTRY" Friday, Smallest Auto Given Away Sept. 22nd. Savo Coupons. Bl OYS going to school will do well to have nether or father cone or send 'MARRYING ORETOIIEN" nnd "DOO YAK'S BOWLING' Selig Co;uedies. Second Day's Proceeding In teresting and Instruc tive :; Uti here to see the good, winter ,ww ; .I V r f Us vr . tfST i fv IX. - M af5t E (B-t V d HD.I ft KS' KNEE PANTS SUITS we are selling for $3, $4 and $5 AGES 6 TO 18 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. Mr. W. ir. Bobb of Helena was in town on business yesterday. Messrs. W. P. Steele amWi. C. Parker tire business visitors in Cincinnati to "day. ' Missl-aura Bryant lias returned from n Visit to Chicago nnd otlier nortliern jy- - Cities. Miss Dorotliy Best left yesterday lor Midway where slio will resumti it...

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. — 4 September 1914

rrf&J; 1T fAf..F"1 V? ' ".A"' t !-,.' ' W 'VW"'.' 7 ' Wv ! ."' Fro lrii$ftJ. f.HVj fcwrrnftMwwcijUHMigWBBua; .. -rxf t.i tJ.. IHIIIKIHHMMIHIMIHHfliMHMIMHIHKiaBBgN W m m mil' a hiv i ri it i ti ii BREAKFAST BACON PUBLIC LEDGER W f " -p VOGEL'S STAR BRAND 30 CrNTS POUND MACHINE SLICED 'si MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 4 fiV I'VHL.C I.KIHlKR-m I -A t . "i Haw ia. , (Si t A 'O T gif to jolt n lolet, In token dot I'm glad we i:wt; I liopu wo may already yet Oiioo moro nih togeildo i'ot. CARDINAL DELLA CH1ESA Elected as the Successor of X Had Only Been a Member of the College Since Last May and Will Take the Name of Benedicte XV. Homo, SojitomluT H. Cardinal Delia Gliiesa lias boon elected Pope, in sue roiiion to tint late Pins X. Tin) new popo will assume t lie name of Hon odii'te XV. Tho new Pontiff's full name is Oiaeomo Delia Chiosa, and lit is the aielihisliop of Hologna. Who tho New Pope Is. Cardinal Giaooino Holla Chio-a, wlio was today eloe...

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. — 4 September 1914

II WmBM 'L " 3 X K t ; KS litttrnt-jVi ffEHB- PUBLIC LEDGER UA1LT BXOirr IUNDAY, rOUKTn or JOLT, TltANKISIVIMS nd ninttTXii. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and- Publisher. t ,UQlnuU Luuit .Un An I x'JIiUoaaTaliipboni 'I1U. ptUi ornoR ruBtio LKuain udiluimu, MXItYlU.. KT. "(, ljutereJ al thcMayixllle, Ky., l'JUtomce a nceoiul-cliim mall matter' 1 ri ' aunsuuiriiuNs-ur hail. Our Yei. ......... Nix Manilla- ... Thr"Wonlli .. 1 no .. 78 J)KUVXUKli JIY VAKRUCB, ft- Per Monlli... .. ... .. VenU 'ayoftittu (Jolltctor at tna ul Muntn. - LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. 5JT - r: REPUBLICAN TICKET. .'or united atatca aonator uoug uriu AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For Unltcil States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District,!. Q. IRELAND. Judgo Court of Appeals. Thrd District JAMES DENTON. the passing .of senator bristow. Joseun Ij. iJnsiow, of Kansas, -will not hi re-elect-oil tactile United States Senate. This is not new news, hut as Murk Twain said when he referred to the death of t...

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. — 4 September 1914

SSftWM ' Tn 'r A yz$ s-' 'Kj.Ji'C --'';. H: ' -'. $" .. ,-! ': . J.i ) I'.'l m HOW A NE CHOSEN These Are Cheap! j-4 Fine Flavor. Wisconsin Grown. 1 hough kingdoms war and crowned head fuss, They haven't anything on us; Wo have to stand for T. K.'s rage Since ho got humped off the first page. Luko. K'l, Butterball Peter Poi's PEAS J7L,i $1.70 Per Dozen M. C. RUSSELL CO. - - -:nr j- ROOFING W POPE IS u a A llDUTTCRt3A(Bi vilHr enAN0 sll III Advertised Letters ) t Jbkb 5V A tei' I " Ftt B.C- H .? 1 . e Uneeda - Biscuit Tempt the appetite, please the taste and nourish the body. Crisp, clean and fresh 5 cents. BaronetBiscuif Round, thin, tender with a delightful flavor appropriate for lunch eon, tea and dinner, io cents. Graham Crackers Made of the finest ingredients. Baked to perfection. The national strength food, io cents. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that Name. J' EXCHANGE PRICES For School Books Under New Law nouticed By Supt. Caplingcr An- 111 order...

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. — 4 September 1914

",i jW ; .?rsv A.' - v f X ,' 2 itf- - ', -iAfimPJ "a i i ti , . .- -- -r rfir ' r -i - . 4W y3Tgn- 1 t I. II Mi Tlll.tC. Sffr t- '":. V sf. fv- v v- I" S-. 1&& hhkBXL ' s ? 12. t .'. &BZ B OYS going to school will do well to have mother or father come or send thin here to see the good, winter KNEE PANTS SUITS .we are selling (or $3, $4 and $5 ABES 6 TO 18 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. - iMr. and Mrs. Charles Whlto arc vis- iting relatives in the county. viMr, Giles Rico is spending a few days A with relatives in the county. ,r ... Nt Editor Sam W. Stairs of the Dover ,iSTeys sjicnt last night in this city. ft "Marshal V. II. Thomas of Dover was .in this city yesterday on business. Mr. L. T. Fox of Dovor was in ttndanco at the Institute yesterday. at blaster Hobert Hays is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Ellis of Augusta. Mr. Russell Thompson of Covington i visiting tho family of Mr. It. Wardor. w 'Mrs. Elizabeth Hauormann of Chi cngo is the gues...

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. — 5 September 1914

' jt Y I I j; .JlBTjgsrajfeirtgiESiM wAiiwh"1!! nnn nim"n'"i)iii-ii-" wnimwy'"vTwirnMi -.WEST iTSiViltir 'wyTSWwWWwglvrtoJiJB 7 j PUBLIC Si LEDGER ikgFSi'1 . i . I Hv tJThl 1-V1IL10 LKlMKU-mt I Hii"14'" I Mt SMS. IMr' &t' "? "l0St l"'I,or,!",t. imp -" w jli Lr 1 1 1 ii ifi in n n ariirr i si i it r un ,' ' kVTn'T M ll" solo3 adding inucii io mo enjoy MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Af', ;. Sii' ? TO Why Ho Loved Her So. My love's not like the red, reil rose, Her nose toward heav'u doth mount; She's pigeon tnod and cross-oyed, too Hut, oh, her bank account! Margaret 0. Hayes in Judge INSTITUTE ENDS And Session Was One of the Best Ever Held Here Mason County Teachers To Rid County of Illiterates Tho Friday morning fessioti of the M. O. T. I. was one of the most in structive held. Mr. Croxton gave his final instruction in music and tlie teachers and visitors united in singing Tlio Star Spangled Banner. State Superintendent of Public In struction...

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. — 5 September 1914

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