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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 March 1914

m r f 1 i; B ? I: A v,'. r-s- . W vs. MdBw'eflHBU&i1; BHSMBlllHRE tta nAPPE PErPif $fj? .LIbEo i?J! Lini riNrjfl Bo HI I kWwIB ': Blsll I iiillilli Whole Deal Struck This Clerk as Real Funny CHICAGO. Warrant Clerk John J. Gardner of tho court of domestic relations has ministered to tho troubles of thousands of married couples sinco ho hecamo nn old of Judge Uhllr, but none of tho misunderstandings wero as :.... t ,a. CT 1 li ijn ner. "Ho struck mo," replied tho woman, nngrlly. "Who struck you 7" domnnded Gardner, who is used to hearing such com plaints. "John Struck," snapped tho woman. Gardner appeared poevod. "Sure, John struck you," he said, "but thero are a lot of Johns in this city. Who Is he?" "He's Struck," the woman nttompted to explain. "He's Struck," said Gardner. "Well, who struck him? What is this, a free-for-all fight?" "Nobody struck him. Ho struck rae, Mary Struck," explained tho woman. Patiently Gardner ropeated tho statement aloud. He turned It Insldo out, walko...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 March 1914

II a M- 'fi. ? fo K.f 3& f4 ? &- r I i ft KA &. ,v fit. A GO BRAUGH And nlao oar Guninntood Clothes Cor Men. and Bovh. See Special Window Display. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Waysville's Foremost Clothiers. ttggfel TIIE DAVIS PRINTEEY SOLD TO A. r. OURRAN. Yostorday Mr. Thos. A. Davis, now 'sojourning at Martinsville, Indiann, Hold his entire Printer', good-will, busi ness stock and tho ontiro outfit to A. T Curran, owner and publisher of The Public Ledger. The plant will be merged with Tho Public Ledger uud the business will be pushed and enlarged In both depart ments. WEATHER REPORT PAIR AND WARMER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. i MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET Following aro this morning's quota tions on country produce, telophoned at 9 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro duce Company: Eggs Ma Butter ..14u Ducks 10a jrcnB 13a Spring chickens YA' Old roosters 6c. Geese 0c. Turkeys 10a Live Stock. Cincinnati, March 13. Hog receipts 2000: market flvo cents higher; pack ers and butchers, $S.9...

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 March 1914

MMN PIWM . -MBr WW1'1 !1HB1 "frt, ;fs"" ?- '- v; ' , m iMinmNuiniiununiM CHEESE All I Kinds PUBLIC LEDGER Roquefort in jars and roll, Limburg, Pimento, Neufchatel, Swiss and Cream. iHl h. m W.i"W""W"ViM1V TMlVrrCD T0VC Leading Retailers rKi,y RKPOiir.iOAN-nm ( MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. JL71iVJL-,.l JLlVO. m7 W. Second St. M " .PMHMMNMMMMMWaaRNMMMMMMMMWMMMMMMNMMNMMMMMMiMMMMMMMMMIHMiHMM JBT ' T -"T lT -,! .. ... Ui .. ...... . . . . ; ... 1 . . . . t M want.. -" "- - . " " VllrkfXUWS iY&!2 F Wur(i llira -1 ianB EfML K!!y , BaMniiinuiiaBiiiiaaMnkii9in7 SBMS ' . a - l ' $ f 4f m A& S II - 5 l- 1 f s 1 (V s : h f : a $& Sir Lipton's building Shamrock IV. To bent our yncht; but wo Will ninko him think tho jncht he's built, I, Shamrock XXIII. Start this week uith oiio of tho boat resolutions jou can have to got jour reserved seats nt oneo for ono of tho btst lecturers on thu Lyceum platform Adrian Nowons, Monologist, nt High School, Wednes...

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 March 1914

Mi. H- j t l M z &A & w & Jill " iv - &? . &i i- 8. M iT f. :a. u r & s . ;: THE PUBLIC LEDGER ; : - V ml iij 1 i mm I w ii i u i i l'L'. ! I H I m i -in ii i w ' i i i imiiii i i in i '. ' ' " i ' ' " " 'i ' ,;-..,, ., 1 1 III lirri ii i 4 -IXOrt 8DNP1T, rOUnTIl OF3LT, fniNBBoiriKa jnn ciiiuiTini. 1 WA. P.jjCURRAN 5. - Editor and Publisher. ) Uxlnd Lou-. Mn M - oMioa-iPOtia LBDHBn nintnino, Oimmflw telephone HU u I mattillb hit. auiisuniriioNs-nY MAIL. One Ywr .... ..m-. mix nouiti .. ...,.i t DHLlVpiWD BY OAJtBlSU, . a no , .. 1 00 ...JKJ CcnU Vilify tg,(.'o(cornt nd qfAfontA. t t 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE;- Qi Free tolls arc to be excluded from the benign op- ?(?rntjon qf. the "new freedom." One million dollara a yenr is oxponded in New YorlTCiOT Tor the care of aliens in hospitals and li hubs houses. &nyS (lie' Ilnlifux ITeraUl : ' ' To "introduce Free Trade would be merely to degrade Canada from her position of- vantage and involve her. in th...

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. — 17 March 1914

J?K. 51 4-&I -J n - $"! J l&j4 .' tit i. vi' J?' r 31 " m K rmTjc'Bginniar;Trrraa E The men who get tho most out of tho world today are those who glvo tho moat to it. NEW STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. At a rocont convention of dontists tho following names, Dr. E. D. Dlshman, Dr. J. II. Baldwin and Dr. Walter Mat thews, will bo submitted to Governor JamoH 11. MeCreiry, who will soloct ono as a member of tho Statu Board of Dental Exnniiueis. Dr. Walter Mat thews is well Known in Mnysvlllo and liis iiiuiix friends hone ho will bo tho favorod one. Tho next convention will be held in Ashland, beginning tho Becoud Tuesday in June. Was It Charity or Revenge that prompted Sara Wrandall to pro tect the beautiful young murderess of her husband? Read the new serial we have secured The Hollow of Her Hand By OEO. BARB MCCUTCHEOH Aatheref Gmutmrk.,'"Brtur'$ MlUhnt" "TnutoniQnt.ttc. Conceded by the critics as the best story ever written by this popular author. You'll be in terested in 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. — 17 March 1914

MMWiwyfffwwwMiw 'vT ' . " ." -:1- '. r '. "' .' '. ,tJtS """',7 '-" o 1 ' :v "r. ''sf K I ' - ' I '' "' ' ' . $ W . r it, tirt iiy If.' , !v' -i - ?-? is .5. p & r w GO BRAUGH And also our Guaranteed Clothes for Men nnd Boys. See Special Window Display. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC; LEDGER latest ffews Illinois Central orders fifty locomo t'vos from Baldwin works. Tlio Parcel Post has forced the Unit ed States Express Co. to quit business. The business of the Wostinghouse Co. will not bo changed by the death of Gcorgo Wcstinghoue. London bankers oxpect easy money and predict a renewal of speculation, says Journal of Commerce. Secretary Bryan announced that he would sign at ono sitting new peace treaties with Argentine, Brazil nnd Chile. That tho United States will not pro test against tho German Government oil monopoly bill is trio belief in Wash ington. Senate leaders have decided to act immediately on tho Pnuamn Canal tolls repeal without wait...

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. — 18 March 1914

H , 5 All I Kinds Roquefort in jars and roll, Li m burg, Pimento, Neufchatcl, Swiss and Cream. r. -V . f L,!"i DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers 107 W. Second St. "1 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. tXALF KKPVUhtOAN-tan 'It V PUBUO hKDaHJt-UM tfMliailllllllllllllHinBnB!3BHHMMaaMHnt at m- . T ' jmnfttift ttn, I aii rucccc FUBL1C fjMJi LELHjJUK &v amatav" W n-i Fonurlous. Ho has a gift of saving that Is 80 intense Ho never tells .i story at His own expense. A YEAR AGO HIGH WATER WAS MENACING US. Today, one year ago, tlio street cars began to transfer on account of the Ohio River flood. So far this year we have had no transferring. Let us hope wo will not even hnvo any kind of a flood. FZMZ. n ir-ti r a isrs'io &Wfal r .i .VI &&& 'A totA MmzkM rfri1. 1 Wv. " &m i.iC'k wmm . m. 1VI 9 .' I 7 tO. JQMtr 'W-. SLyssa i ;iiM' '-.- m MSi BOULEVARD LIGHTS From the 0. & O. Depot to tho L. & N. Depot General Lighting Systoru Discusse...

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. — 18 March 1914

BPFS ILfflflaRftL A wmii - p MRw ' 'A "V V h1 Iff' " 1 ., '' ftA f - TV-. WW P4 Ik- 6. A'r' Ek '. Wtr s-. ', ' fe Bft xX R. TV L' V . i f r i I- Hi L9 its' ' THff'PtJBLiC LEDGER UAtLT lXOtrr tUXDaY, TOUBTH Of JOLT. tBASWOJTWO AKtl banilTtua. A, P. CURRAN, tooal and Look OlVtp0PtlBpbop Editor and Publisher. NO. 40. I or no rnsuo id8r oit.Dio, XATSV1M.I. KT. aUnaVltlPllON3-BYUA.lL. One "irir. . Mi Moniiif. inrtvtfioiitii . .... .. 7. DSUVSBXD BY OAHR1SH, Per MontU..-..... rayabltto Colltttor at n4 of Month ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Butchers Villa and Huorla uro beginning to sit tip and take notice. 'Why talk of unemployed womoiwvhcn house work goes begging?" is the question: propounded by a New York woman. She finds twogood reasons for the unemployment of domestic servants : First The unreasonably high wages demanded by even the most incompetent, which makes them impos sible for people of moderate means. Second Their k refusal to go to the country at any price, though plenty ...

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. — 18 March 1914

If WZmXS J fI ROOSTER GOES DMVINO. Ronreaontatlvo Barklov has' decided THE QUESTION. TWf ' B.-L J tin 9P It's all lu the viewpoint. A pesat rjlst growls over tho thorns on tho roses. An optimist rejoices over tho roses on tho thorns. Orville Wright. Paris hns moro tlinn 50,000 reti"'.l employes on its municipal pension ioIIn FT. THOMAS TO REMAIN UNOO OTJPIED FOR PRKxjWT. v V. Washington. Tim War Department will not seud a leghnent to occupy tho Tt. Thomas army post during tho ab sence of tho Xinth Infantry on tho Texas frontier This was the stnteuij c made Friday by Maj. Gen. Loona-1 Wood, U. S." A., the Chief of Stnif, to Representative) A. R. Rouse. Gen. Wood told tho Congressman tlr1 tho middlo division, of which Fc. Thomas is a part, has been strippe I ! troops and that no regiment is avail nblo at this time to bo qunrtcrcl in Kentucky. (Plemiiigsburg Garotte.) Some unusual things occur occasion ally. A well known farmer and his wlfo living obout three nillos from hore, arose to...

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. — 18 March 1914

y tKBBBBBgBptSBtMBBBrBCTBMHHMKjBGiBBIIBIBHBfBwyy fft f h iH5PHBHBBHBHPrftm v l I ' (" k 'ra V""1 ; ' i tf vit w- - aSrWi " . ' i - Pi V. , rj5; -,v ' '" WWafcMHMMaOPt WM If mmjmmm4,&mm - - " nr.vrt i w ?$''' 8'5 7 X ' - f'4- V fev &' & ' JP! ' 9 $. : I?.-. 1. fj syr t , H.I tftff I 1' - ML f - -" . p y i if- '""- i!V' rt ' $0r' -$ if,- 4V ' s,. 3S-V . ei JfV. iW- t& . V R- - Iv. - - Jt - :V r r (He- t&- ?' rv. -. 3 t- 7 . If ". 4" Ft F & " HP . "SV' V ft V -v v SPRING HATS Are in and thoy nro nohhy, ovon tbeSTKTSON'S which nro ono of our lines. Prico" $1, $2, $3, $4 and $5. Geo. il. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. Lexington will furnish electric power for Frankfort. CARD OF THANKS, Wo aro pleased to tnko till method of thanking all our friend anil neighbor for their kindness and thoughtful at tention and acts to us during the ill nost( death and bunul of our lute dear husband nnd father, who has left us foreor, but whoso goodness and fatliei l...

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. — 19 March 1914

f iHr a wv WW v "T A. ;-V W i fl i rv ,;T MM B All mmmiinmiKiHiHNWHj amaw jLaaa. 1 ' m PUBLIC LEDGER MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $ This world is just n stage, you see, So stiys tho seer's book. And when wo strive to funny bo Wo often get.tlio hook. Tho loose leaf house at Manchester closed last week. Tho amount of to bacco sold during tho entire season amounted to 1,202,170 pounds. FREE OF DEBT Rector Fiolding of Tho Church of Tho Nativity Makos Wolcomo Announcement-. Tho Church of Tho Nativity, Mays villo 's beautiful, uuiquo and historic Episcopal Church, is now entirely free of debt, and Rector Jnmcs Henry .Field ing is happy down in the innormost ro cesses of his heart, in this tho time of all times when humauity is making its sacrifical vows at the "Lenten sen son." Tho parishioners of tho church have just subscribed over f 1U00, besides near ly $200 for incidentals, thus tho Church of tho Nativity doesn't owo n dollar. u.1 LET UNCLE SAM GI...

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. — 19 March 1914

"mrmmmmmm v 1) tft ' 1: ', -"I w i V iJc 5" ". f ' -.' a. ? s:- fir, "J' tHE PtfBLIC LEDGER I1AII.T IX01PT BUNOJLT, rOURTn OT JDLT, TnXMROtTIH8 AMD CIIMHTMJU. A. P. CURRAN, Editor ond Publisher. toolnd Long 3lsytnc Tfeliu'honB No. 40. ornoH ruDLio tcDam buildimu MATBVIU.K KT. aUHSUHlP'tWXS-DY HAIL. Our Yritr,., - Nix MOntl. ..... ,....., Tlinv .iioiu.i M UtCLlVKllM) 11 Y VAKMJtX, pr Montli......... ' Payable to Collector of nd of Month ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Economy rnther tlmn pity and compnssion is be liind tho child labor movement, declared Dr. Felix Adler at a mass meeting opening the National Child Labor Conference at New Orleans. In its Notes and Comments, the "Navy" says: "Secretary Daniels is doing a good work in getting tho price of material for the navy reduced to the lowest possible limit. Hut he has brought in the competition of foreign manufacturers, and of course, the necessary result of this must be that the men employed in our steel mills must eventually ...

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. — 19 March 1914

fVPfn t"WW!!Tn( i ,m' wr'HsBsaBMan , '....'HaSHR?! fTV ws! . If W v 'V'V l ' , ' - ' - W Put t 1 :V t ,' '.WSf (I 1 ' tT CTtti rnfTmmnrr"- ijinn-nnrnrrrwrain fcrWwcre''trc''''' . r'1 Thoi and Now. In clumsy prose, in making love. Wo moderns deal. Our fathers used tlio pogos of Doar old "Luetic." An oartliquako during an eruption of tbo Japanoso volcano AsamaOcama did groat damago to the city of Akitn and killed a number of porsons nnd demol ished tho villago of Kpwakubi. rOURTH DEATH IK FAMILY. (Mt. Olivet Advnuco.) Tlio death of Mis Lucy Ogden Occur red at her homo Thursday night of last week, the direct came being pulmonary tuberculosis followiug a sovere attack of typhoid fover. This is the fourth doath in this soro ly afflicted family in loss than four months, constituting an array of pa thotic deaths tho liko of which seldom happens. vysv An J3ightYear Competitive Test eiWM9.iita -KiAT WAHUFACr( t &? Brown Shcctinoo." Drills 'UlIVIMtMit It wal.liliiMUI.M ,6jrurtur4,3.0.Uj 1...

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. — 19 March 1914

It " 1 IHMB81w i tr ,S 1 -t r T' " t to $ v ' uj WhV .',! &- ! ET A X b w. 't? '&f fSitfr.Sr i s? glaira ptHHaawfrff jHKm53M TWTiT-i rmeaciw3iawB8aaa te-i 1 ?& SPRING HATS Aro in and tbcy are nobby even the STETSON'S which nrc ono of our lines. Pricon and $5. fGeo H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foretjiost Clothiers. ILT , "WHERE ART THOU?" Dr. Bunton Brings Out Many Good and Now Points on Man Duty to God. Rev. G. V. Buuton, D. I)., preached at tho Third Street Revival Service Tues day eveniU from Gonoais 3:0 "Whoro Art THoul" In part bp said: "This is tho first question God asked man. It is a sad comment upon tho father of tho raco to llnd tho first di vino question to him pertained to his hiding from tho faco of God. Tho first offoct of sin is tho alienation of tho af fections, Sin casts such shamo upon the sinner that ho at onco endeavors to covor his sin from tho sight of man and God. Whore art thou, as Christians? Are you conscious of being in God's family or out? Yo...

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. — 20 March 1914

S" NTUOKY, FRIDAY, MAROH 20, 1914. amamamawB&SJwM) i i ?.. JsPvkiJEtJrivwf y ? f" ,," T. mri' . &&MfSmSltl ' "i Pffiirfflp MMMMB7WXiiA,i'-;vi v -Ttr 't; ' "J -f .. "tf . TV j " 'awamwaT ' . . iiwS " PUBLIC 31 IffifjEPi'' Somo mcu don't learn ffr aSl'l iV lhSBBWJtfi MMrW?7!3f3!&7M9 HnXiRKuk r" X. v JJjJ raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamt MWMWMWAfj&fXMTMHMflBCKVMlSHMHMMMWMWMWH Y MOTHERS' MEETING TONIOHT AT I CT IIMPIP CAM HHHESjHIH 3" THIBD STREET M. E. CHURCH. ucl UiULC OH III HiH jffir' ' Pews win bo reserved for mothers un- GIVE YOU THE FACTS jBP ' : ItJk THFA souvonir nt the door. Everybody in- uurnB1nl reports bhowiuo uienuy IHV. vitnrt Ornnf. alniflmr. f'nmn Olltl'Ut 01 COHl alUlnC tllG iHSt tOW HV - . -.v..- u....... v........ . if SPELLING BEE TONIGHT AT THE " ft; FOREST AVENUE SCHOOL J-iv BUILDING. A fof LEDGER ONE COPY ONE CENT. !. a . Em4 HP Jib 0C ' & i bv Don't forgot the time tonight. Don't forgot tho placo Forest Ave nuo School Building. Don't forget ...

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. — 20 March 1914

' ri lIW'tliti'iyiwwMo,iiiin,.iiiniiii.iii(i)iiiiini'niiwi.i . i wMtnih.iiMi m n wwiijmiiwwww mii mi,, rni. mwii Miyniy . 1 K SrK . r THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAIttBXPaPT BUNDAT, FOURTH OF JOLT, TIUNK.alTlNO aw otimmug. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.' No. 40. Look! and Long orrioB runuo ledokh buudino, MATRTILLB "KT. aUBaUKir'UONU-BY MAIL. One YNir.. ....... ...........-.-........,. ,.......ll 00 Nix nonlii. . .. .......-.. i BO Tbrtr iiiouii....... .,............ v- DBUVXnXD BY CAIUUJttt, rrr Nonili .......! Cenla ,, iMyabUtoVolltetorattnd.or MontK LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Evorything for tho consumer and nothing for the producer is the principle upon which the present tariff was constructed; but thus far the consumer is getting no benefit from it. What about trade combinations in a free trade country? A recent consular report says that in the United Kingdom sixty-one businesses, repre senting seven trades, are controlled by sixteen firms with $55,000,000 capital. HOW IT WORK...

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. — 20 March 1914

" ' 1 W. i'1 5 -; -1 ' t M ft Si. ti .j K :J- ii .JKpsr h IV K . , ; Shallow nion bollovo in luck strong men bollovo In cnuso and effect. Divorces aro more difficult to obtain In England than in any other civilized country. CALL TO KEN TUCKY MINSTERS Importanco of Rural Church Problems Laid Down by Committee. (Courler-Jourual.) A cnll to ministers of Kentucky to at tend a conference on rural church prob lems in connection with tho Southern Kducatiounl Conferences to bo hold in Louisville no.t month, was Issued yes terday by tho Kontucky Commltteo ap pointed by A. G. Bourland, gcnoral sec retary of tho movement. Signed by tho twenty ono members who arc prominent throughout tho State, it follows: "To tho Ministers of Kentucky: In connection with tho great rural lifo conferonco to bo hold in Louisville April 7 to 10 thoro will bo a conforonco on the rural church problems. This con ference will bo held iu tho Methodist Tomplo, Sixth street and Broadway, Louisville, and will bo in tho na...

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. — 20 March 1914

Ll tff "C'JJW,.JII4, iHifir'tti?:. iKfiwI j ' V rwfc" .3 ' J w V. P TTtS TA '1' w . "r ' 'V " . A1 ' 'i i ' i . .' . - - - . i i i wi hi iii in mi ' 'I T .".J"' mmmm"m II a - fr F I I" ?" K.' ;i I ' B i F E. . i" r ", 'i w I . ( k;&: ' ,)', lu EnSK' .flw iS MAYER DRC3, WMWAUO Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICJLEDGE11 "NUMBERING OUR DAYS" Sermon Tor Tho Dead Applied To The Living Dr. Buntou Preaches Tho Words That Heal at Last Night's Revival Mooting. At the Third Street Methodist Church Wednesday evening Ucv. Dr. Buntou preached upon tho theme. "Numbering Our Days," Psalms 90:12. In part he said: "This text is usually used on funeral occasions, but I havo never had any satisfactory response from tho dead to any entreaty I have over made, so I nm going to try it on the living. This is taken from "tho oldest of all the Psalms. The nintieth Psalm was composed by Moses. It is the Dirge of a great career; it would be sufficient us a funeral chant of all c...

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. — 21 March 1914

h- t M rtv n1 'J"1 mwaKMiHw lix? OK 'IT m. a wvt. PUBLIC LEDGER IaIL Y FVBLXQ UCBBKB-Ut MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JVTAROH 21, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $F$ Somo men drink deep To drown regret, While others light A cigarette. QEEAT MEETING LAST NIGHT AT THIRD STREET CHURCH, 11 life Ml ; mm tH .Mra -vulva VCNiwWP Ono of the best revivals in years in tho Third Street M. E. Church is draw ing to a closo. Tho meetings have been rich in blessings from tho outsat. The "Mother's Meeting" last evening was, without doubt, tho crowning sorvlco so far. After a rousing song ucrvlco nnd tho singing by a mnlo quartot of "Tell Mother I'll Bo There", Dr. Bunton preached ouo of tho best sermons ever delivered in this city. His trlbuto to iho motbors was sublime, ImpTOSsivo and eloquent. Tho church was crowded -to its capacity, a largo part of tho con gregation boiug mothers. Whon tho in vitation was given tho altar was crowd ed with seekers after tho bottcr lifo. Thoro wore several conversions nu...

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. — 21 March 1914

T!SUP rER,' f s. lf s, W:Si r.k'-'' i R' ? A ML - iw.y: rf;C ,v fc' Uf: & m. flARYMQID 5niPMAN ANDREWS m .ajur ww aVNopsis. Francois Beaupre. a peasant babe of thrco years, nfter an amuslne incident in .which Marshal New figures. Is made a rhivoliAi nr Vpjhm tiv thn Kmmror Na- . poleon, who prophesied that tho boy .might' one day.be ft marshal ot France ' under another Bonaparte. At the age o ton Francois vUlU General Baron Qas- pard aourgaud, who with Allxc, his seven-year-old daughter, lives at the .Chateau. A soldier ot tha Kmplre under J Napoleon ho tires the boy's Imagination with stories of his campaigns. The gen oral offers Francois a homo at tho Cha teau. The boy refuses to leave his pa rents, but In the end becomes a copyist for tho general and learns of the friend ship betweon the general and Marquis Zappl. who campaigned with the general under Napoleon. Marquis Zappl ana "is on, Pletro. nrrlvo at tho Chateau. The general , ngrces to caro for tho Marquis on whllo the f...

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