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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 5 September 1914

nnuoNK IftH 5M1 &) "W ? ykT w;w ' v fc ' ' 1,' ' ' r (' ' ' V ,TA v J && It, l-jS m ftf ty ? Ws-- IW' St l" i ku Btf "SCHOOLS HAVE .BATTERED DOWN MORE WALLS THAN CANNON" Influence of Western Education Introduced Into Eastern Lands as Described by Presi dent Faunce of Brown University-China's Deserted "Examination Cells" 20,000 in Number, Now in Ruins-Vines, Weeds, and Mosses Form a Pall for the Crumb- ling Ruins-Japan's Unreached Millions-Work in China and Korea (Uy Southern Slhtionary Newt The influence of western education in tioilucpd into eastern lands both by mi- flloiiiirio ami by Curopean governments 1'iis been prolouud ami fur-reaehinj?. Schools liavo battered down more walls , than cannon, and the work of teachers , 1ius caused the undermining of systems of thought that have endured for mil- . JenuimiH. No more striking scene can bo found , in China today than the deserted " ex amination halls" jii the city of Nan . king on the Yangtze river. Tlio vis ' Hor to 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. — 5 September 1914

mm rw?pjppp! rv i f&l )"! r '.VS . EflBFHr o .- BK . U P. . ' 1&. Hf s n ?" U 1 E K !& ir" JV. S, 1 J"V & ? ft- v$r B IOYS 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. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. !Mm. C. I). Newell is visiting relatives iu Fk'itiiugsburg, Mjiss Maggie Branch of Levvisburg was shopping in this city yesterday. !Miss Amanda Bullock of Wedonri was shopping in this city yesterday. Mr. Kmil Wois of New Richmond, O., i. visiting his son, Mr. Win. Wois, of this city. Mr. and Mr. Claude Saunders of Fleiningsburg wore shopping in thi city yesterday. Mr. (ieorgo Taylor leaves iu n few days for Terro Haute, hid., where has accepted a lucrative position. Mrs. .John 0. Itomiii of Lebanon, ()., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Fannie G'laseock of Limestone street. (Miss Helen 1'arritt has returned to her home in Huntington a...

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. — 7 September 1914

m rt.'f m -St!' ,'. . s Hi .. -:." "' r- rs I A v '"'V'tW .ilinSfiJ urnii i '"" JwufcWtwwOWWW11 25MW5MS gggggjH'-rsssrgftgg??1 ft:mssiii j9iy&mmmtmi&wfii-iinaMt j tj,-k ;yy'gr,.yA,'J.'i,, w"jr'jj. - nMrjM irssffisvreyffiassagR" TziCissxfs RMillliHlMIIIIIMIIMMIMIIHIRIMHIMSMHHMfli .&- I BREAKFAST BACON S VOGEL'S STAR BRAND 5 30 CFNTS POUND PUBLIC LEDGER - I MACHINE SLICED g 5 DINGER BROS., &W&$ 8 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1914. ONE COPYONE CENT. yfyl JySi cKfi m m :tu rt 'Oil, say can you seo by tlio dawn's car- Aa the Hini-tiiiti'il shy Is yet blushing and rosing; Oli, can you to.i mo how to focus my sight On tlio spot whcro tioptombor A. t. does her posing! Luke. METHODIST CONFERENCE 3ishop Kilgo Scores Certain Theologi cal Students The Britt Heresy Charge. Wilmore, Ky., Sept. 5. Tho Bcv. K. M. Britt, whose caso was to have been decided by the Kentucky Mcth edist Coiifcreneo today, withdrew hh ppplication for nu appointment this year and tho charg...

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. — 7 September 1914

. ? wiPi sswnaaw - jf wts: yv A1) f ' " 2 "" t 48' ,5-- - m .' M (' w Jk. m Eg1' M 4CK. flKT'1 1BJ&J' i BHSCr v Wt' 'V fHE PUBLIC LEDGER llillt MOBPT UND-Y, TOOHTH Of JOLT, TUAMKialVlNH AND OtlRI'TIU. A. P. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher. No. 40. Cooalaud lion OlgUncw Telephone orrios ruutio lhooih building, tf-TSVIM.K. KT. ilniH.,1 nt tlieMavsvlltc. K.. Tjitofflcc an nceoml cU mall matter' tJUlMLllll'JiUXd-UY MAii., tnr Vmr Mis uUi. ... 'lliriwiMnulli . I so 78 UleUYJUiKt) BY CAlilUKll, Pr M011O1 ..-.M VnU ittyabU ta votlector at tud ol Monti ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. r REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United State? Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For United States Senator Short Teim VM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Cougresa Ninth District J. 0. 1KULAND. Judge Court of Appeals. Third Diatrict-JAMES DENTON. 1 if i.e 8V- THE DREAM OP UNIVERSAL PEACE. A committee of eminent meil and women, repre senting six of the greatest peace societies in the United Stales, have laid before tlte Sec...

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. — 7 September 1914

MmM , kPESh! i 1 1 .mull .i.Vii'.iiiii ,1.7.1 rn.-itfcVt firisB PJn, ft. s, i Jf v ei?': wtk Nobody over know tlie wocil TOp to be a failure. . - HE .HOHENZOLLERN is doomed. (Courier-.lournnl.) Nnws from tlin sent of war under thq laost-favorlng conditions must bo.tuhun with many grains of .salt and can nuv erubo accepted without reserve. In till war tlie conditions are most unfavor able. Hetween the censors In the cap itals and tlio jockeys at the front ac tual facts fliitl It hard by wireless or grapevine, to slip through to the world outside. All that wo actually know is that Ocrnmiiy, In the beginning ready lor tho fray, and now ut her very, strongest and best, has much the bettoi of It in tho West that Is, In her march on Paris and, as far ns wo can gather, a stand-off hi the Northeast, whence the Russians still nt rather long range menace Berlin, Obviously tlit) Allies are pursuing the Fabian policy and playing a waiting game. Evory hour Uiat they aro able to delay the advance...

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 September 1914

f ft w l-1' i r -s y . i . . . r i t 'ti ,,,- v ?f' r . Sfc !' i, r?.- ? ;; r,,'. '. ST ' . . Hi.. r '??: v if V t"- rA . i u.C Kj-Jfe hMcVSf y II r H&flBi II Kk'vj- II MBBSts?1 II KHvMt. II KflHVw, II tfVr I Hi II Hul II iS9KlSi?' II kVsVsVfllwIstt1 II jHfrHflHw l f II vMMIBsHiii. ateaggBSBaggbBsasaa BOYS 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. H. Frank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. Mr. and Mrs. Malanty have returned from a few days' stay in Cincinnati. Mr. V. K. McKellup of tho Brneken County Croniclc was in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. liicimrd Horry re tiiraiMl last nlfjlit fro'" ' sdiort bridal trip. Mr. 0. 1. Gerhard of Covington is spending a few days with friends in this city. m Mrs. ltoliert I. Kimltroiu-h leaves to day to join her husband at Dunn, North Carolina. Mrs. Cora Kills of Augusta passed through hero yesteiday on her way ...

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. — 8 September 1914

Krwarre tVjWrtTOOTraSrw WWTtTaS r rr'-i.u'"- -." -, ?- m 1: 'ife raw flBBTwFTSSHro J ' .' - ,.'." jf-f IflESrS'K' i - ' - ir-r ,',,,- u,,i.,tl...riiiMiiiwiuu'Atimi'Ljijnij H.U.J wi hiiiimi mi n . x 'fcMr mxT .w j,,1, T..vr ri,.y i. i .. - . rrrggggg PUBLIC tijhwid k'fe-asfcM HiK LEDGER MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Lt Common Sense Talks Btf- r "V j"1 As a sample of tho hoop and hurrah campaign of the prohibition ists and the disregard of tho truth of their statements, in nn article under tho heading of "Horse Sense" in yesterday's issuo of tho Inde pendent wo find this rcfercnco rolativc to tho right to sell liquor in Mason County outside of the City of Maysville, in tho event tho .County should go "wet" " Iff are not sure after all that' thai won't sell all over JFason W , ' County, if the County goes "wet" on the 88th day of Sept." AVo understand that the prohibitionists were circulating tho no tion all over tho County, that if the County went...

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. — 8 September 1914

y FV Vt )!Af" i- bi, ,- f ?v " ?&' W' I1 m- EhKuE ' m HI li IH ;: ,.?'J,"j?.'.,j'v;- '"7'r" f 11V. i,.,.l i THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1UILT (IC1PI IUMDATi TOUHTn Of IV LI, TTIANK.UIVINU AMD cnRUTHlS. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Loot) ud hong mUnu Telephone Nb. 40. 1 urrlcK ruBLio LEion bqimjinu, MATITILLB. KT. &p M- Uliternl at tlicMayIUi !., l'jitoffice nt second clam mall mailer' auimvmi,JHAs-ji hah.. Onr Yf nr - 00 MIU AtuntllA- .... AO Tlirt nJIOHIH 4 ............ 711 DKUYMtKl) BY UAIUtlKH, rr Monti!.... , . ..... m .....,'M VenU Cji fnyuolt to voittctor tit erni or Mown ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. C' - -t- sr.-,. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON X'or United States Senator Short Term WM. MAKSIIALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District J. U. IBKLAND. Judge- Court of Appeals. Third District JAMES DENTON. NO ENTANGLING ALLIANCES. Goorjji) Washington nuvor gave wiser and sound er advice to our forefathers at the beginning of pur...

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. — 8 September 1914

mm& Vrf" WRi5' iwzi- -ri iybtm&ji K'J JTi sin T i t f I i na,? t4 gr- When tho golden rod gets guy hendod It's n si6- th" summer is giov Ijg oM. SCHOOL NEWS Tho worth of tliu toieli.T Is not In keeping the i-upils quiet, lu it is nlso in properly eh 'sifting their, in eulti vatiug a lot for learning, in eiicour.ig ing the pup'ls to secure n gopil oduca tion, ami in patiently iii'Vt'nj, tlio trials that eoii'c from tardy anil Irroj;u l'ir pupils, anil somotliuca from criticis ing patrons. '1 ho reward :i tho tetcli or is not in dollars and eeMs only, lint in the good will of appro i.itne pu,nl rial In the ('oiisclentiousLus of work toll done. Let a pupil do you n fnor sou',o lit tie servieo and he will like you better; do 1i nt a kindness and he will lemeui lor and appio.'it.to it. N'cser s,iejk of your jmpils in :en allow yourMdf to think of t hem as dull, stiijiii'. the dreg's of tlie grado; or worse still, regird them as imps of darkness willfully im lCrtineut, insolent, a...

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. — 8 September 1914

i U T fefU r-, 5-' Y?l ' Vrf k.y -". kv R?: ir- KV v dTBTT'""" jBMn4 iJbssS5 i " I Tvf. T.itn on Tintlrnll. u tililouuo. U ..WE 1LVV3 NOT SAID AJfYTIJlNQ ABOUT OUJl SPECIAL SUITS Wo aro soiling for mon at $7.60, but lcok In our cast window and soo a fow suits wo aro selling for this price Nono worth less than $12.G0 and none over $15. Only a few. Oomo in and find your slzo and a good big bargain. Most of thoso suits may bo worn tho yoar around. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. (Mrs. Mary Ynncoy, of Mnyslick, was lu town shopping Saturday. -Jlr. C. 0. Leo, of Lowisburg, was shopping in town Saturday. ""Messrs. Cleorgo ami Evans Hill nro spending today In Cincinnati. , - N :Mlss Mabel Pollitt, of nVncoburg, was shopping in this city Saturday. Mrs. Fred Cablish returns today from a visit to relatives iu Xcw Richmond, Ohio. 'Mr. Giles Rico returned this morn ing from a week's visit to relatives ii. tho county. Mr, Frank Pox, of Huntington, W Ya., spent iu tliis ci...

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 September 1914

a l- ..'! RHIIIIIRlllllllllllllllllllllllllinil u - r BREAKFAST BACON PUBLIC LEDGER c jr. SVOGEL'S STAR BRAND - 30 CFNTS POUND MACHINE SLICED S DINGER BROS., ftffiSSX H; flt.j i i I 3 'JV' Jkt. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. MHIIHUM '"-'-i. . .,. -wn rtr-nii1 111 ii nv')iiv-twrwkmmimmmmmmWiiirmtmmmmmtVfm 'i 'TTr"rinyg' vr'ff",,'igirfci '" 'j.lA...lki.illi. fc.-.MJm '..in rfum m n "T WW'WWHJ IU ', TTrvilwr,w T"T"T'" " - - : f - .j m HWHUTll WW M inTTTT iiin M II 'mm ' ililii mMim rmrm I I I I I I it , II I I I , I I I I 11 II I TWinWr ipi1 in Hi I I 'III riTj-iT' mi 1 1 1 1 IIHj , f ! P m li -fc;...l.gfc.., &iJi .m . id,, ,! iMj.bi) ! f wy Mri 'p,. HHBVauJ yf tjHHU M ar fit - rarv M '. Attention, Saloonists! Stop Wasting Money By Advertising! A BETTER WAY HAS BEEN FOUND! It is said that out in Wichita, Kansas, they have found how to get the greatest number of men to drink the greatest amount of liquor. In that city the thirsty soul it person...

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 September 1914

V ?'$ r sr. VP. wis. IKji "- THE PUBLIC LEDGER PAILT CZOSrT aUMDATi rOUHTU or JULT, ttfAHKiOtVIHO AND OliUUTMA. A. P. CURRAN, - Editor and Publisher. Local aud Look 9latance Telephone No. 40. arfiot roHLia lkduih builuimo MATHVILl.E. KT. Hnternl ftt tlie Miyvlllf , Ky., Pjtofrice an gctoml-clam ninll matter' sdiisotuvi wxs-ur mail. Hue Ypiir.. Hlx Motittia. Tlir5 iiluulb ......3 U I bU (IHIItMMI 70 Si . &tf DSL1VK11KD Jy VA1UUHR, r Month......... . '45 (Vnli , lltyubteiu voutclor at tna or tionin. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Souator Long Terra AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON Tor United States Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Nluth District J. Q. IRELAND. Judgo Court of Appeals. Third District JAMES DENTON. . KENTUCKY'S BAD SHOWING. Tho Evening Posit of Louisville reprints from 1111 automobile journal a list of iigurcs showing tho number of automobiles in each state. Kentucky - has only 6,370 and is ahead of no stato savo "West ...

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 September 1914

5 wv Xrf? 3F vT ;$ tv- . E&. & if Hfi : '' irnl.n nnn.lUtnfia mnv nflW.t. Other HVUinvi iwtiiiii"im j - tilings, but tlio crop of chorus girls and - wild oats is always a thriving one j. FROM MANY LANDS. I ! i"MM-I MM 'HW-W-H' Tor sovornl years tlio converts In Uganda havo numbered seven or eight thousand a year. There are in India perhaps six mil lion pupils in government nnd mission schools, a large part of thos number studying English. Tlio Young Men's Christian Assoeln Hon of Constantinople reports -181 mem bers at tho end of three months from the dato of its organization. .Sixteen nationalities nre represented in it membership. The first missionaries entered Korea in 1881. Today there are about 200,000 Ivoienn Christians and tho number is increasing so rapidly as to cause seri ous embarrassment to thoso who seek to guide the movement and make it enduring. Tho work of the Methodist Episcopal ihureh in Europe begun in 181H, the first missionary, Kcv. Ludwig S. .la eoby, g...

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 September 1914

BKU m w- SWF "Vt tv j "w mm in , ' , r. ' Wf V '. ft BE: kW at '' cs 3. & r. BS ." faff. , WKmwD' ?WE HAVU NOT SAID ANYTHING ABOUT our SPECIAL SUITS iWo aro soiling for men at 7.50, but lcok in our oast window and soo a few .'snlts.wo aro soiling for this prlco Kono worth less than $12.50 and none "over $15. Only a few. Corao in and -find your slzo and a good big bargain. 'Most of those suits may bo worn the. year around. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. mmMtkm i U TLU 'J"W;y -j fVfc 255SSS Miss Wilmitho ulonn has returned from a visit to her sister, Airs. 13a rl ' Curr, of Huntington. Mr. Ernest Sheplienl returned to Ciu .chmatl tliis n 'jruiug after :i short visit ' 'with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Bradford of Lev itigtou street are visiting relatives It. Palmouth mid attending the fair em& fcO". V Afr T P flnn.luin nml ilfinulitPN. - n 'Misses Katie Mae and Carolyn, have ro turned from a visit to Aurora, I ml. '-&" 'Mr It. h. llnollich h...

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 September 1914

wi2saaff-v : ,:' ifvVtwK",wiiBmcteRi?& f-, .7fctr.Aa iM.iiiauzitrf?v , a . . .": ? r . - w - y , ,. - t iTv;- i' ' Tt,y vrnsCMBrc r ' : " , to a, '? "- ."'iv'i? ' T " H 'J-VHE . J KiMR. ' '. .-.? A - -7 ' MRllMIIIMMIIIMIIIIIMHHIHMMMi vV f. f x yj I BREAKFAST BACON -VN PUBLIC LEDGER VOGEL'S STAR BRAND 30 CFNTS POUND M H r ., MACHINE SLICED w &i S DINGER BROS., tgflffhSZ MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914. ONE COPY ONE OENT. mMMHHIMHHHHHHUHmHNMMI UILV I'VHUO LKpaEB-UNti v iilVBifi Ik'YujH -vHKjmK SP '.- M.V w. w. named War Poom No. Oncsky. Thtfro was a youiiji Kussjim YladoviliiisUy Who was always, goiuotlmes, already, yet shootiu' oil mlt his cliinsky, lut when told by the Czar Jlo could jiroliabl) shodt better in War Ho calmed down because he bad to goiiisky. '!' 0. O. . ,jUgMMiimM-gmo T7rmm mttt - QARAQE cuilNS, An alarm of firo was turned in at 2:15 this morning Irom Second and Poplar streets. -- small garage In the rear of the residence oi -irs. Tannic Davi...

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 September 1914

?JWr nr v: pfu s.1 sqksc: trmn,l. VyT"U!n-TTt1hTMrT- 3E y'Wj.'JglB.1,."!- vn ju. '.i.yyr 33 y 2 &j- :. H w &r THE PUBLIC LEDGER llilLt CXCBl-T SUNPAT, rODUTH Of JULY, TIUNKMIIVIKO ANI1 OlinllTMlS. A. P. CUKRAN. Editor and Publisher. No. 40. tiOel unci Lone 'Jlltoca Ttluphona omoi ru&uo luuhih uiiiliuno MATBVll LK KT. 'I Huletcl'ftl tlieMwvllle. K., Pjntnflicc a ccotul-cU mill matter 8UU!VlilMHHS-llY Hditt, (Inr Vfnr i ..-.. M Month. 1 it rt ft l nn I lia ... ..fit oo .. 1 so 4.SZ.7 KA'ATOI .tf V VAHlllKtt, M ........ JJi 14 til t jHiuaOle to Collector at end at Montn ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. s?- j. : REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United States Souator Loug Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For United States Souator Short Term WM, MARSHALL BULLITT Tor Congress Ninth District J. Q. 1U12LAND. Judgo Court of Appeals. Third District JAMES DENTON. . THE SPREADING OP THE CONFLICT AND OUR COUNTRY'S NEUTRALITY. The conflict now desolating the greater part of the continent of Europe see...

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 September 1914

vl jus uifai'i1 ij?i auvLiiTT: PC: . Jfcl i sr ? IT feV- ; 1 ' a -IIMI Thcro arc a whole lot of lads who can , l.nnio nil of tho books in tho Blblo f&Tallon who can't remomfioT (ThToI' lnr thov borrowed two days nftor thoy il 1 Beport Tor TJie Mony ? A,u88-$ Makes Good Showing Mrs. Brock stgnui in 1 1111140. ,' Report of tho City Mission for tho month of August follows: Though Mm. Brock was taHng hoi much-needed uieatlon .liirinir tho incntli 'Y E L I T4 V xof August, tlio work was looked after and much iccomplished. Twentv-fie visits wore made in tho homes. Twenty baskets of provljions wcto sent out where ncedod, and twenty fvo garments placed wh'oro they would la iMi-ful. All the meotiiiL's wore held and fairly weil ntteiuL d cuimdoiiiig tho warm veatber. , Many problems camo up in tho work which are all but insolvable. or instance, in 0110 case of serious illness of the wife and mother, tho three men of tho family refuse to work' though there are daughters to caro for her. 'i...

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 September 1914

"J," 2 rv ,"W. . : kv r 4 :.". r "4. MS" isM- f . "A "V & KM. m mae&i itfHSJIJt ' V-'B IIAVM NO J1AID AKYl'mNO ABOUT OUR SPECIAL SUITS w nm sollins for mau at $7.50. but V - w - kok In our eaat window and boo a few rEitfta wo aro soiling for this jirlco. None worth lcsa than 912.50 and none ovor ?10. Only a few. Oorao in and find your sizo and a good big bargain. Most of theso BUlts may bo worn tho yoar around. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. Colonel D. E. of tho East. Poo is making a tour Miss Verna Blackerby of Bronksville was in this city yesterday. Judixo Samuol Holmes of Carlisle, is attending Circuit Court here. Miss Bossio Minton has returned homo from her pleasant isit in Kansas City and Oklahoma. i Mr. E. J. Mooro of tho Monro En. glneoring Co., of Columbus, O., is here on important business. Mr. William Pansier, after an nbsenci cf 27 years from Mnysvllle, his old homo; is here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. Mary Pansier of tho West nd. LUKE...

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 September 1914

PSr ".,Vi7, V 'v y.-: ' i ' l.f - " r i i irWBWggaaeg:: HUM Pure Cider Vinegar 1 ft&o. ! Heinz's PUBLIC LEDGER Sour Pickles . Spices of All Kinds a S DINGER BROS., IffSS B IhhhhhhhhhhhhihhhhmhmK MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1914. ONE COPYONE CENT. v s. - ft A Mother's Appeal to the Business Men ot Maysville U is n shame in tin face of a civilized Maysville for so many business men to take the stand they have taken against the abolition of the saloon. Kv idently we are only half civilized or wo would not have tolerated these bar-rooms so long in the faces of our boys, fathers and husbands. In God's name may these men see the error of their way. put aside their greed for supposed gain, and come to their senses sufficiently to be able to seo that they have made a bad bargain if "they gain the whole world" out of money made on whiskey if they lose their own boys, and this mother's boy and another mother's boy, and another have wrecked lives and fill drunkards' graves. ...

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 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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