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Page 3 [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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 11 September 1914

w "r 'srf e -u i ft. r ' 4 "- .. e as Kf F?"7: Pit , & e&v .- w- r V r .. tO Al i'VB HAVE NOT SAID ANYTHING; ABOUT OUR SPECIAL SUITS J "Wo aro seUlng for men at S7.G0, but lcolc In our cast wirwow anu boo a iow .. ' suits wo aro soiling for this prlco. tsnnn wnrtfi loan than S12.G0 and none t ovor $15. Only a few. Como In and find your slzo and a good big bargain. :MoBt of tltoso suits may bo worn tlio year around. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers jiPeKMs 7K Miss Bessie Wells is in Cii emnnti pur chisiiig hor'fall and wintor sm ly of millinery. - Mr. and .Mrs. Ernie White will leave today for Florida, where tlioy will spend Pio coming wiulir. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet C. Sharp have returned homo aft.'r a visit to friends. nt Eminence, Ky. Mr, .lames V. Elgin, dene Ml Agent ' for the Mutual Benefit Co., U in Ash land on business. t Mr. Fletcher Joues, of MUlersburg, was a delightful caller at the Public Library yesterday morning. Chief of Police .lames Mm-key,...

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 September 1914

vmfr .If- n: ' -J,' i $ - A -V i: ii' H S 'JsiA 5 . i r ' .. , i .efttr !?-.,; .if i lr I Heinz's Pure Cider Vinegar Sour Pickles Spices of All Kinds PUBLIC LEDGER niNQFR PROS Leading Retailers H UllNVJcCrt DKUO,, 107 W. Second St MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. VAIL Y 1'VllLia LKDUES-m. . I'l & r v t.V, I ' J '- i3v Warn; UK H Mr m - m Bfe B UK mm? S W?,fr - M tmtfat m HE Ski ' Hi uN I m I HBir B 1 Hi"'' 1 KU'. I Br I BKlRiV WB KYJRrTf&i " "" ' " """ jHBHHb TO EVERY WOMAN IN MASON COUNTY Every wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend wants to remove from our comity. State and Na tion the sale of alcoholic beverages. If your own heart r.nd life have not suffered from the effects of intoxicating drink, there is not one but knows some one who lias thus suffered and you are not insensible to the sufferings of others. Though you may not yet have endured the pain and humili ation caused by the drink habit, so long as it re mains in our midst yo...

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 September 1914

Wfr ijp T " i BjtA s?fr frft. &' Ht 1$L "" fur hSk irjftyyjL. THE PUBLIC LEDGER D1ILT tXCIPT BUXDAT, TOUnTU or JOLT) ftUMCIOlVINtl m M rUBKTMtg. - - - Editor and Publisher. A.P. CURRAN, book! and Lour fjrt Ml I orrtoc-rtiBUai.KDaKUBUit.DiMS, "JUUnce T.tepbone "U matitim.ii, kt. ltntyttd nt the M ly.illle, Ky., Poiloffice eg ceoiliVcl mall matter auusvuiriioxs-UYjiAit, Ona Ycnr -.. S3 oo ...... 1 no 70 UHLlYXllKD JIY UAUU1JCH, Per WoiiOi.......... ... . a Cent fVabttlo VoUtclor at etui of MontA. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor United States Senator Long Term AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For Uultotl Stated Seualor Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT Tor Congress Ninth District J. G. IIIKLAND. JuJgo Court of Appeals. Third District JAMES DENTON. LONELINESS OF PRESIDENTS Jt is u safe thing 1o say that thuro is no lonelier man in the world today than Woodrow Wilson. One oC the prices that any man pays for high ominenee is the loss, to a very considerable de gree, of 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. — 12 September 1914

ETWiHKaaKBB VV C'i fc" h " IT' Ai i V i.1' . . W & ' lie carefully chowori up a clovo When ho hail quenched his thirst. Then ho went home. ITo win mi ml " Vocntu of s-ifety first. Houston Post. LUKE McLUKE SAYS It is n cinch that the preacher who ndvised .us to lovo our nelgliborst never stopped to reflect that maybe our wives wf.uld object. Thcro are a whole lot of unselfish men in the world just 1'ko the fellow Vtho brings his wife home a bottle of sherry wine and then drinks it all liimyclf. Why is it a bartender will never put your change on a dry spot if there are any beer puddles on the barf What has become of the old-fashioned woman who used to j;ivo her son a mouth wash of soap when she heard him swearing Wo are always too busy to push n ma nwhen ho is trying to get up the hill. But we are never too busy t shove him when he starts down hill. A show that is coming to town ad1 vertises as its great icature: "The (fir Who Throws the Hull." Hut why fea turo herf Every girl w...

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 September 1914

i- . Kt i V !!- ." n. fi u: : 1 ?"-r R-.' ! if w w . Il&sM f. ' VE HAVE NOT SAID ANYTHING ABOUT OUR SPECIAL SUITS ,'.Wo aro sollliiff for men at $7.00, but lcok in our oast window and soo a fow 'cults wo aro soiling for this prlco Nono worth less than $12.50 and none over $15. Only a fow. Oomo in and find your slzo and a good big bargain. Most of thoso suits may bo worn the year around. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Havsville's Foremosl Clothiers. fTOSMfe 5ftO- Dr. Woodson Taulbeo on, business. is in Clevelan Judge .John L. Whituker was In Cln einnati,ye;terdny. Mrs. .1. H. Xoves lias returned from iN? vii wms&czgjO S&S5N vtf a visit to relative in Ashlnnd. Mayor .1. Wesley Lee win n business visitor in Cincinnati yesterday. Miss Mary Thornton King lenves in a fow days for Caldwell Collego, In Danville. "MU Kebeccsi I'liiylirouk leaves in n few tlnvs for Stuart Hall, a famous old Virginia school, ... Councilman and Mrs. Heorge C "Fleming left today .or ,n visit to rein tives 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. — 14 September 1914

V -Shi iH; ? 1V! ' sy" Cv f .. . V -, !' &" '". .7 . " , . i'i in hi ii i mini iiii mil n rrii i ' ' 'I wwniat:.i-il..,jnimi tinugj iji numiji i .'i1 'J1 "' " ' ajgTSWWjqHpflrWrW'W .!- V,M. ( . ....rygyay ; " ' ""' J' ! Heinz's PUBLIC LEDGER Pure Cider Vinegar Sour Pickles Spices of All Kinds iiS rr B DINGER BROS., iSfi&SSSS Jj(,j,J .irtb bf.iOif A-IW CrftV FVUL10 LSDOKD-UM MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914. ONE OOPY ONE OENT. :. TW 'rdifc-M - f i. - . "" - lyjfniSTri ' . r. i v .iBRT0 WiTOftB '-BK IBM M)Fr-- pHl P" r &' r Common Sense Talks Confiscation of Prop erty By Prohibition Tii addition to the minimi pay ment of the sum of $10,000 hy Maysville to the Mason County Turnpike Fund, which is in effect a gratuity from Maysville, and which if not contributed by Mays ville would have to be obtained from the propert" lying outside the city of Maysville. Let us see what is saved to the property owners in Mason county by reason of the revenues arising from the...

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. — 14 September 1914

i- , l'f " .T w - i Wi 9 . THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAILY IXGSPT 8UNDAT, DUnTB or JOLTi TIUNKIomNO ANII OIHIlTMtl. i, A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher No. 40. 1 Gool unit Long Olntanco Telephone oprion ruuno i.icuimn bdiluins, MATITILLC, KT. Kntercit nt the MaynvWc. K, roitol-ce a nctondclaM mall nintlcr' SUHSUHlVllUNS-BYllAlh. On Ymr.. nit Month. ... ThrcnNniithi.. UJCL1VJSHKU y UA1UUHH, ......... H o 1 50 ........ 70 Per Month-, rayabUto Collector at end ot'Montn, M Cent WALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. & fr 4 ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Souator Long Torra AuausTua e. willson For Uuitcd Statos Senator Short Torm WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District J. 0. IRELAND. Judgo Court of Appeals. Third District JAMES DENTON. GREAT GERMAN EMPIRE WRECKED BY THE KAISER. The 'Wull Street .lourqnl, under the caption oD an " Imperial Gninble", publishes an editorial Unit snmmnrizps accurately the conduct of the German Emperor: It must strike those familiar with the nation...

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. — 14 September 1914

I." rv. Sr ;;. ft ftfk- A: 1 - Iff fcV B.- F n- 6 a VRfiS h f mm-s - aHEa?' laaaflEv'' m wr- mt 'ItBtis SaHCHw Wm rXi JraMfcl.! ,"i a L ' ,' 'V'' TV L-Tih. V Wtfp tt mriA t TiTS Tlio follow who could do your work better than you Is generally lioldlug down a window sill in somo black smith shop or cutting tho hoops olf some sugar barrel, while his wife chops tho wood and earrlcs tho water. TH03E 11USSIAN NAMES. (From The Hrouklyn Eagle.) Ik tho Napoleonic wars, 100 years ago, though the English and tho Hus slans were joined in attack on tho Oorslcan, the ipilyzical of Ilimlan mili tary methods pre ailed in tho British Islands. Southcy, a poot laureate, ex pressed it In his lines on tho march to Moscow: Thero was Torniaow nnd Jomalow; And nil the others that end In "ow;" Milnrodovitch and .laladoviteh, And all tho others tlmt end in "Itch" Osclinroirsky and Kostoflfsky, And all tho others that end in "olTsky" And Platoir, he played them off, And Shorn aloft, he shoveled 'em off; And M...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 14 September 1914

TO m -mw. "?: I - - ' tf'K0F '"" rf. W r w & f K.' ri. ,-tv ; . -c vJKn,. W5. ' r! m w"f xr tmt m r HW HHHKUk BP. HP- RuRr ' nK ' i i'T 5' V-'E HAVE NOT SAID ANYTHING ABOUT OUR SPECIAL SUITS V,- - We'aro soiling for men at $7.G0, tout look lri our oast 'window and seo a fow milts wo aro Boiling for this prlco. ' None worth less than S12.D0 and none ovor S1G. Only a few. Como In and find your slzo aud a good big bargain. Most of those suits may bo worn the year around. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville'sForeraosl Clothiers. $A r3 D&nKI'M VTfii h t-JliViVH'll TA xii Miss Emma Campbell is visiting Mrs D. E. Foe. ilrs. Ed Kennard of Dexter was shop ping in this city yesterday. Mrs. Wm. Tcfllo and son, Manfred, are, a i cv sV" fi&b visiting relatives in the county. " Mr. Jaiiici Threlkeld is taking a f course In Miss Cartinell's School of " I3usiness. - 'Mr. C. A. Farnsworth of Florala, Ala., is tlio guest of Jmlgo and Mrs " JoVu L. Whitaker. " "Mrs. George Lougnecker leaves ...

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. — 15 September 1914

r eazmrr!? ftiS Kr-T' V , "MV . '3 'iJ- . i - g!siil5 sasftagaagassi NIIKMmiMIHBIMHWRIII . ! ,.r? I Heinz's PUBLIC LEDGER Pure Cider Vinegar Sour Pickles Spices of All Kinds i . fAi7" 7T.?n "4- . : DINGER BROS., ,2?!? 5 BlMlMl MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. m J f "Great List of Business Men" Analyzed fe t sr IK. & Jv fef: Lest the people of the city nnd county be misled nnd the friends of local option over-powered by the "Great List of Business Men of Maysvillo," whoso names were signed to the petition to the voters to perpetuate saloons in Maysvillo, attention is called to the following facts. The figures herein given were, taken from the County Assessor's book because an effort for twenty-four hours failed to gain access to the City Assessor's books. 1. The men whose names were signed to the petition represent $1528,444 of taxable values out of a total assessment of .1,151.850 about one tenth. 2. Twelve (12) men represent $209,750 of this ...

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. — 15 September 1914

J .PuM t w? TW.'? : ? v i, . ' , 5V AS .. -- (fVNIawMM SIESKraS i THE PUBLIC LEDGER tliltT HXtJBIT BUNDiT, fjltRTII or JULT) TIUSKtOIYINO ANH 0 IHItTMAI. bV" A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. ,liooln(l Look Ho. 40. orrics ruBLio ikduhu ddiluinu, MiTSViLLtf. RT. rtnlerei) nt the MiyHvlllt. K)., I'Jttnflice- a ctonlclai mall matter sunsajiu'iiONnuy mail. On Vr....... nix Montli . 1lr91oiiil. ..! 00 .. 1 00 o UJCUVHI(KI) UX VAUltlJCH, Per Moutli..... HMM ... ...u& (tenia J-ayaOte to Colttetor til tnd of SloMfi w ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Er &r i . i.. &? lfgg REPUBLICAN TICKET. 1'or Uiiltod States Senator Long Term - - AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For United States Scuator Short Terra WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress . Ninth District-J. (J. IRELAND. - Judgo Court of Appoals. Third District JAMES DENTON. JAMES BEN ALI HAGGIN AVhen James Ben Ali I biggin died Inst night Kentucky lost one of Iter most notable, and doubtless her wealthiest, citizen, and Lexington and Fayette...

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. — 15 September 1914

I 1 7 If iwft r m fe? fctf rfc r Wtl iv I $ 9m;1; m " IS HELL" nnp ncpnnT crVing fob hIlp Hff hbu ." T mr k .TtpTiin ivpa !' T .1 . f - l r.-" .T ww ! j L,,, Bm Jltit General Sherman Didn't Say It And, I ! MfwP K- quotations, It Must do Back i " . . 'JJT ..".-. ipgL i That which wo designnto wisdom is And ajt Down. U&r onlv another namo for irood old horso . lift,' scnao seasoned up with u littlo mother Dp. wit. W GREATEST NUISANCE DEFINED I Cohcedod To Bo The Individual Who ifaiidlos Truth Rocklcssly, (Wilmington, Ohio. "Lying is not only detestable but dangerous,'' snys the .louriml Hojmlittcan. "Tho liar is tho most to l)e despised of all wrong-doers. His work does harm coming and going. Ho injures others liy misinforming them, ami lie injures 'himself liy speaking falsely. "There is no worse reputation ono oan have, to our'way of thinking, than that of being n liar. There, is hope for tho thief a iiil there is n chance for tho murderer. Information and a new start are open c...

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. — 15 September 1914

wMl l" . r - rm . ' J - ft m. r 'tO? . jst' PV- If. .f . , iwrayjy WfVjmm m imm -'? tf!- Si. . St iV,r !. ' ft-r VP' J I,: ML " -- I Ji m" Kii& ' Byp Hktv HKBJKr jyt . 1 1 lyiwIlBWBtWW Everything New for Men and Boys winter wear now on display at Maysvi lie's Foremost Cloth iers, who sell with the distinct understanding of absolute satisfaction or your money back. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville'sForemosl Clothiers. MRS. GE0RBEW. OLDHAM This Good Woman Answers Mastor's Call Last Night at Olovcland, Ohio. Mrs. Oeorgo W. Olilhnm is dead. Tlio Public Lodger this morning nt .8:40 received the following telegram Ironi Sir. W. D. Oldham, licr son: "Clovcland, O., Sept. 13, 'II. "Mother linked peacefully away Sun- i- dn- niglit nt i-iiuo. ir "Services nt 10:.'tO Wednesday morn- ilnir nt .tlio Mnysvlllo Cemetery. "W.D. OLDHAM." Mrs. Oldham was borh in Maysville on September fith, 1841. Mrs. Arabella Olivor Oldham was born in Maysville, Kv., oji September rth, 1811. Sho was the good wi...

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. — 16 September 1914

7W. i - 'J W' iojb: '.'" ' . J W"i '4' i"Xi jf at ht? ' &: v-NS Va k' frjJaSBSSwjfrjfr fWfl' wwii .mi. i nmwMPwv wg .mmoaqy HWIlUlllHIIUIMMHHlHHflHUi Heinz's Pure Cider Vinegar Sour Pickles Spices of All Kinds PUBLIC L 71' . &. H DINGER BROS., ti'? MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. iDiiiiuioiiHiniiHumniinuiil i? 'LX I'PUUO f. KIH1 KU-'Ht i:gm K M TT -l B- UJJJJJAIy 1" GS. '! f W. r i JHflHtr HI SBSBr l H 1 JJEjf . ' 1 '.'iSE? I wW'' '1 iW8H3Iv .. .JiLLr Hon. Jacob E. Meeker His Speech He Has Come, Performed Four and One-Quarter Hours and Gone- Country People's Debt to Haysville Hade Clear r V Tho "I)HYS' have received tho ilis clmrgo of tlio heaviest gun of tho "WETS" ami been greatly strength ened and eiieouraged. Tho worst is ' over and unless tho Hon. .lacob K. Meeker's gim is tho kind that kicks, 'nobody is hurt. iMr. Meeker's opening remarks were intended to prejudice tho minds of his hearers against local option by referring to It a...

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. — 16 September 1914

tf&i! f HKgj If" II ., vvTHE PUBLIC LEDGER tiiiLT xorr bukdjlTi TOnBTn or jolt, riUHmaiYiNo AMI OlIUKTKt. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Coott and , 3lltDQ Telephone ""' j&H 1 ' ;r . V ornai ruBLto Lioaan nuauixa, KlTITItt. KT. Itntertil nt the Maywllle. Ky.,Poitomcc a cconri-clas malt mattef auBsvutr'HONs-BV mail, One Year . MX Month. . lirMulh . Ml MMM. lMMtA AC MtmMtHIHIMI 9W 7 DKLlVJUtBD liY VAR111KH, l'gyaNi to Volltctor at tna or iloulK ,! C'enla vv4IX SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. L it j .w I REPUBLICAN TICKET. For United States Senator Long Terra AUGUSTUS E. WILLSON For United Statos Senator Short Term WM. MARSHALL BULLITT For Congress Ninth District J. O. IltELAND. Judgo Court of Appoals. Third District JAMES DDNTON. W WANTED HER TO BE "DRESSED" UP AT TABLE. At Columbus, ritdiana, uUa'ing that her husband refused to enl with her unless she was "dressed up," that he failed to provide for her and eon stantly nagged her because she would not pay his debts, that h...

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. — 16 September 1914

wi (1r- " ar-iR'TEMfi y2S.-'"' 1?' W- v - rt m l - -V 'V-: SVv s Ui 1 ' eif J& ' fc&. . i- e (frf fe -r- k 55- r PC. & - . (9- f B-. WTJijMW- Sho wants n hubby, Hint's no joko, A man sbo'a bound to cfltch; SE fMjf w If IA '"V Anil now sho wants to learn to smoko Sho wnuts to strike a mntch. Luko T-iaaaowi ' CONSOLIDATION Tho Roniedy For Woak Schools uivo Efllcioncy. (Courier-Journal.) Tho voters in two school districts in Warren county have sanctioned n tax of 23 cents ou every $100 worth ot lroicrty for the purposes of establishing a consolidated school. This marks a beginning of school consolidation in another Kontuoky county, tho plan nlready having been successfully tried in some other por tions of the State. In Warren county ns a result of tho recent voto a central graded school will take the place of two old-fashioned district sclrools, transpor tation to bo arranged for tho benefit of children whoio homes aro not within walking distanco of tho new locntlon. Tho 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. — 16 September 1914

0 V El. sir. Ec !- 4- -Jy ' J. m is i SVj K ft. m ifjirr kjK HBr VHTOU m - r -P. ; J f i WMeeaa n.'i.w'U. " , A f J i - " Everything New . for Men and Boys winter wear now on display at who sell with the distinct understanding of absolute satisfaction or your money back. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's foremost Clothiers. Mr. Harvey Kieo spent Sunday ami Monday in Augusta. Mr. Oeorgo Buuer luft yesterday &tato University at l.pjmifc'ton. for Dr. W. IT. Taulbeo has returned from a business trip to Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. John Kelly was called to New port jesterday by tho serious illness- of his sister. Miss Niinnio Teaer leaves today for Danville, where olio will attend Cald well College. ' 'Miss Nathalie Wood left yesterday , afternoon to rcsumo her studies at State .'jUnUersity. C T. "Miss Nolly ritger.ild has returned from a isit to West Iliilcii, IiOiiisvillo and Lexington. ' Mr. Donald Wood left jesterday afternoon for Danville, Ky., where he .will attend Centre College. T ...

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. — 17 September 1914

W&jX25i Frwrst; r?pTO rfr r ' ,r- - ?;r 'fT" ia.i ..& jim-tv ; -, TjT 3g 1 ;a " HMWllMMlWlMWlWMlBlliailM.HIMH PEPPER HASH SF,' Ift' a 2S PUBLIC LEDGER g Now is the time to make it. We have the ingredients. S niNr.CD PDrC Leading Retailers HMnl Aithtjiit.tOAAKltty VttLi 1'UBLIO LKDOKIi-Un MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 5L- 112 U,VUJ' 107 W. Second St g m E& B 3 m I m M i 1 I I IP ' "" H IK; i Tho Autumn Maid. (By Miirjjuret Mason.) Tho Autumn iiiiiiil is military mail. Her Autumn clothes aro military mailc; In fro;s nmi buttons she'll bo fiercely clad, And yard and yards of shiny golden braid. - 't She'll lay diro siege to every fellow's he.ut, Till ho surrenders to her dashing charms; And then n captive, to her warlike art, At her command he'll gladly "Present Arms.'' FALSE RUMOR DENIED The Local Option Campaign in Mason County is directed by an executive committee of five mem bers with Mr. W. Hall as chairman. Nothing lias been don...

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. — 17 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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