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1LTH0URH I nm nn SRnostte, I believe
JTT tbt there la a lleavon In the noxt world
" for every woman who has ralfoJ ns
many as four children. And in thU Heaven
eho will bo waited on, Instead of doinc the
wultln. She will get the first holpinjj to the
Rood things to eat instead of what the children
Irave. Sho will be permitted to sleep as loon
as she pleases In the mornicR, and aomo ntiRol
will bring her breakfast to her bedside. And
there will be no stockings to darn, no oUta
to mend and no faces to wash. And thew will
be no bills and no collectors. And every morts
fnf an annel will hand bor n big roll of money
and tell her to apend it on her.elf. And I will
loave It to any mother If this won't be some
Hoaven. Loke McLuke.
- . THE DOVER SCHOOL
Highly Praised For its Manual
Training and Domestic
Science Features
The Public Ledger: Mason county, hai
within her boundary an ideal school, one that
might well be a model for the rural schools of
the county. Tho equipment U notV modern,
but the methods employed In imparting
knowledge are modern. Not only havo tho
pup.la of this school tho three "Us" taught in
a practical way, but they aro also taught to
roske necessity tho mother of invention, nud
so to create out of the raw material nt hand
the needed equipment for their test.
Too Dover school houso contain three
room. Two tf these aro occupied in the
mini way. The third is the wotkjho; Hhared
by the oldor bays and girls, the oim lih their
domestic science equipment wfcrj ihiy
practice cookery, the other with their work
bench where they practice minuel training.
The writer, as a representative of tho Home
Economic movement in the county, win iu
vlted toviiit this school in company with the
County Superintendent. 'I he drivo from
Maysvllle led with her hills ever present either
to the right or left of m thraiuh Mmou's
beautiful farmlands. Wo s'.oppei ut every
folhouao. As our iuperintentieni unueu
tbcie her companion was left alonu to think,
and there, in tho ftnahino with the atumnal
colors about her and with n wiJe free stretch
of green sward before bir, hor thoiuhts wero
of the advantages of the rural echoul over tho
town or city one. Then, as the attractive
and comfortablo farm houses wore pusod.the
wonder came that the parents in these homes
could be content to alljw their childtui to
make of these unattractive, some time dingy,
one-room school housej, their day home for
five days in the week. There is not 3 mother
who will not sacrifice to make home attractive
for tbelr children. Why, farm house mothurs
'd& 70U not- lay saide home cares for a day
now nnd then and visit the day-homo of your
chlla? There seek the needs of that school,
discuss it with the teacher and other mothers,
andjtben seek the remedy. Not only, farm-house
mothers, do you noed to acquaint yourselves
with the shelter which is tho day-homo of
your children for five days in the uoek, but
also with the one who rules in that shelter;
with the being who la training your child, mont
tally, morally and physically. It Is Froebel
who eayc ''Women must mako of their educa
tional calling a priestly ofiice." All of the
mothers aro not in these farm-bouses, indeed
eomo of these homes aro motherlesi (?) or
childloss.but will it not be a jy to these to
improve conditions for other mothers' children,
Cod's treasure II) we:l
But the writer's purpose Is to tell of the
visit to the Dovor school. Having arrived at
the schoolhouso, we wero greeted by the
QREATMASSQF PROOF
REPORTS SOF 30.000 CASES OF I KIDNEY
' TROUBLE. SOME OF THEM EIH
MAYSVIUE
Each of some G.000 newipapera of tho
United States Is publishing from woek to
week, names of people in Its particular
.neighborhood, who had used and recommended
Doao's Kidney Fills for kidney backache, weak
kidneys, bladder troubles and urinary dis
orders. v This mass of proof includes over 30,
000 testimonials. Uaysville L no exception.
Here Is one of tho Maysvllle cajes.
.. lira. John Walllncfprd. 108 Commorcw
etreat, Uaysville, Ky., says: "I sm glud to
confirm the testimonial I gave in 1900, recom
mending Doan's Kidney I'M?. Several of my
neighbors have been cured of kidney trouble
bi this remedy, and a member of my family
waa l.o cured of a serious esse of kidney
complaint by its nse, alter otbor medicine has
failed. Every once in a while I get a box of
Doan's Kidney Pills at J. J. Wood &. Son's Dtug
Store, and use them, in tola way 1 keep my
kidneys In proper working order and ward off
any kidney troubles."
For sals by all dealers. Price 50 cento.
1 .SyKir.yilbara Co., Buffalo, New York, solo
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Current Events.
IN0ENUITY-V1TAQRAPH COMEDY
Featurluft John llunuy and Adela D
Garde.
THE 8MUDQLERS- LUBIN DRAMA
Election Knturn. by ipcotal wire
tomorrow 11 1 tt lit.
Vrlzes to be slven nwiiy next Friday
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toachor, Mr. II. J. Deachley, and his assistant,
Ml.'s Stair.. Wo wore invited to inspect the
rooms until luncheon should be served. Yes,
this school has a class In domestic iclenco.
Seven of tho girls wero preparing a meal for
the County Suporlntondent and hor companion.
The walls of the school room at once brought
before the observer tho practical trend of the
instruction. There were mounted specimens
of our nutive wood, the leaves of the same
mounted on an opposite wall. These afford
subjects for talks by tho teacher. There were
in bottles on the desk samples of seed, of
wheat, of rye, of tobacco, ot cetera. There
was tacked on the wall a schedule of the
markets, prices haviog boen filled in as the
wookly newspapers quoted them. Oat of this
has grown tho practice of roadlng the news
paper in the school room throe times a week.
This in i'silf is an education, for, it Is said,
there are few pooplo who know how to read a
newspaper. A furthor look at tho walls re
vealed more agricultural sudy there were
specimens of corn, samples ot soil and potatoes
ami Uo glasses of jolly made in the school,
stool a de by sido on a shelf. Pictures of
blr'J cl timed a portion of tho wall. We were
told llitt this echoed had an Audubon Society.
Carefully executed maps find drawings, some
having plnnod thereon a red ribbon filled moro
wall spjee.
Their best nrt specimen Is In Louimillo and
was awarded first prizs last winter. In the
corner Hood groit stalks of corn, at one end
uf the room a soull bookcase filled with books,
the bt-ginniug of their library. On the top of
lhn bookcase by a history of United States
Government in twolve volume, the prize award
ed by Uttz lit of. for penmanship at our School
Fair lait February. The windows of the
rooms were full of planta and flowers. The
teacher assurod his guests that ho bad made
no attempt at decorative art, at which the
observer is reminded that truo art lies in hav
ing about us only that whlchjia useful.
The table to which toachers and guests sat
dowo was attractively spread in one corner of
the school room. There more than a lunch
was served a well-cooked dinner better
cooked meat the writer bas never eaten. The
food was not only well cooked but moit at
tractively served. The sorvlng as well as the
cooking was done by the girls of the domestic
scienco clas?.
Luncbeoo was followed by the hour for
clakses. Before m were happy loqalriog
faces. No pupil looked as if he hud been
driven to the school, but hi was there becauso
he loved bis work. Even tho little folks gave
evidocco of this nnd sang because their hearts
were in the song. It was a happy school
family. Uaity prevailed it was with mutual
pride that tho work was ehown. Ilookkeeplrg
being included in the courso of study, noatly
kept accounts were exhibited, Measures made
in the workshop maaS out of drygoods boxes
nero displayed and groatly admired. Is the
toachor drawing a handsomo salary? Ob, nol
Ho too is there becauso he Ijvos his work.
Tho people of Mason county may well be
proud of such a school her pioneer In domes
tic science and manual training. It is to tho
Dover school that our eyos are turned with an
appreciation of what it Is doing with a realiza
tion of what ita oxample means to other
sehools, and with a firm conviction of what the
future will bring in the way of accomplish
ment. J
From July 1st to October 1st, 1912, more
than 3,830,000,000 cigarette were smoked In
the United States. Not counting those rolled
t'V the unokerrf.
LOG CABIN MEMORIAL
Vo Abraham Lincoln to Bo Eroded
Near Harrodsuurg, Ky.
The Ilarrodsburg Historical Society of Hsr
rodsburg, Ky.,lsst week began the preliminary
work of erecting a Memorial Cabin to Abra
ham Lincoln on Old Fort Hill near the town.
Tho logs from the old cabin la which Thomas
Lincoln and wife, the paronls of Abraham
Lincoln, firnt began housekeeping are to be
used for the building and It will Lo constructed
slmillar to the old fort that stood 00 tho hill.
Tho houso will be a museum of historical
records and articles and when finished will be
a quaint building. The logs that are belog
uied were taken from the cabin which former)
ly stood In Washington county and they are ill
In an excellent state of preservation. The
building will bo finished and reidy for visitors
next sprlog.
JO.. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1912
PRESIDENT SEES
ViCTORYAT POLLS
Trusts Sober Judgment of tho
Voters to Continue Present
ConditionsExpects
Democratic Help
THE THIRD PARTY CAN'T WIN
Mr. Taft Saya It's Open Secret That
Progressives Do Not Expect Suc
cess and That Every Mall Tells of
Wanderers' Return.
Beverly, Mass. President Taft is
sued a statement predicting Uepubll
can victory next month, and declaring
It "obvious that cither the Republi
can or Democratic nominees will bo
elected." He asserts It to be an open
secret that "the third patty does not
expect success."
Tho President reviews business
conditions of the count: y. which, ho
says, are unprecedentedly prosperous,
nnd asset Is the belief that the sober
Judgment of the voters will continue
present conditions.
President Taft says that from all
parts ot the country assurances aro
coming tnat Democrats Intend to vote
for tho Republican candidates and a
continuance of prosperity and against
the programme of economic confusion
and socialistic subversion of American
institutions supported by Democratic
candidates and their allies. He rails
attention to tiro great progress of tho
country since 1SG0 as regards tho
home and foreign markets, and sas
that the American manufacturer and
worker would not have much spirit
left for Invading the foreign market If
deprived by a Democratic tarlft for
revenuo only of ths home market,
which they now control, thanks to the
Republican protective tarlfT'
The President's Statement.
Tho President's statement follows:
"Fifty-two 3 ears ago seceders from
the Union thought they were facing n
divided North and would win nn eaay
victory. There had been division
among the loyal people, but all united
In face of the common danger, and In
addition a great number of Democrats
joined tho Republicans in the success
ful struggle for the nation's life Then
It was said by hostile critics that the
ship of state was drifting. It drifted
yes with Lincoln at the helm, from
the roefs of secession and slaery into
the placid waters of union and liberty
Under Lincoln's successors It has sail
ed on, propelled by the winds of pros
petit), save when Its vojage has been
halted by just such a visitation of
storm and stress, of torn protection
tails and broken business bulkheads,
as wo are now threatened with, should
Baltimore supplant Chicago, which it
did not in 18G0, and will not in 1912
' Our friends the enemy say that the
Democracy has learned its mistakes
and does not mean to repeat them. In
eomo measure true as to the past; and
the Republican party has had a dim
cult, If successful task In teaching
the Democracy Its mistakes, so far as
It has been taught; but somehow the
obstinate pupil comes forward every
four years to be taught again
"I am glad to sny, however," the
President ndded, "that many Demo
crats have learned their lessons well,
and are refusing to leave the firm
ground of national prosperity for tho
quagmire of business disruption, trndo
depression and commercial und indus
trial depletion.
"From all parts of the country as
surances are coming that Democrats
Intend to vote for the Republican can
didates and a continuance of prosper
ous business conditions, and against
the programmes of economic confusion
and socialistic subversion of our Insti
tutions supported by the Democratic
candidates and their alike, Democra
tic worklngmen refuse to be led from
the factory and good wages of 1912
back to the Democratic hard times of
1893-'97. They prefer Independence
and money in the savings bank to loss
of employment and dependence on
charity.
Pay Envelopes Feeders of Trade.
"Democratic business men feel the
same way. They know that when In
dustries languish their business lan
guishes, too. The pay envelopes are
the feeders of trade In every form.
When they are empty or scrimpy the
biggest department store feels the ef
fect as well as the corner grocery."
President Taft continued;
"Drifting? Well, let mo glance at
some of the drift. Our homo market
has drifted from $7,000,000,000 In 1870
to J33.000.000.000 not a bad drift,
that. And It Is this magnificent homo
market, without equal In the past or
present, that tho Democrats proposo
to dismember and disorganize, and in
vite every nutlon in tho world to prey
upon, whllo those samo nations keop
tho barriers to their own markets Just
as high as they please.
"Then look at our foreign trade. A
favorite Democratic argument is that
Republicans build up and cultivate
tho home market at tho expense of our,
foreign commerce, when tho fact is
that tho growth of foreign trado has
almost kept proportionate paco with
tho domestic from $1,000,000,000 lu
1870 to 14,000,000,000 In 1912.
"Our exports for tho past year
amountod to $2,170,319,328, of which
$674,302,903 were manufactures ready
for consumption, the largest export
trado and the largest proportion of
iranu actuios reau for consumption
the country has ever known.
Change Would Cost Home Market.
"The American manufacturer and
the American worker," Proilunt Taft
declared, "would not have much spirit
left for Invading the foreign market If
deprived by a Democratic 'tariff for
revenue only' of the best market of all,
more tnan equal In purchasing power
to all Europe, the home market, which
they now control, thanks to the Re
publican protective tariff."
Tho statement goes on to Bay:
"Ooimnn foreign commerce is also
making great advances, particularly
among cur neighbors of South Amerl
cu, but u suggestion that Germany
should, for that reason, take piotec
tion out of Its tariff would probably be
received with arching of eyebrows by
(lei man statesmen and economists.
"And this unprecedented growth of
our foreign trade Is accompanied bj
expansion as unprecedented In our
home trade from one end of the coun
try to the other tho Atlantic to the
Pacific, the St. Lawrence to the Rio
(Irande. It la not a .sudden Inflation,
but a gradual advance under favorable
conditions from the prostration of 1907
lo prosperity as substantial us It 13
general.
"All industries are humming and
theio la woik ut good wages princely,
computed with wages abroad for all
who are willing to work, while in tho
Pittsburgh district, alone, I under
stand, there is a demand for at least
thlrtj thousand workers in excess of
the number available. Uusineas, w hole
sale and retail, la active and protltable,
lot th" people have money with which
to buy. The question for the Ameri
can otor Is whether this condition
shall continue, and the nation shall go
forward to even greater prosperity.
"The tanners are enjoying the
greatest prosperity in the experience
of Ameilcan agriculture. Every day
tho Northern Pacific is carrying a mil
lion bushelu of grain to Duluth. The
yield in that one alone la 157.000.0UO
bushels, so that the conveyance by thu
railwa ot the farmers' grain fron. the
region tributary to the Northern Pad
fie to that point of distribution will re
quire 157 days. This vast crop is worth
lu excess of $100,000,000 to the farm
ers producing it.
"At the present the steel Industry,
commonly regarded as the barometer
of business. Is driven far ahead for
steel ralln Other industries aie equal
ly active, and altogether national con
tlons and prospects were never so
prosperous and promising, proided
the American people decide to apply
to their political choice the same good
Judgment and prudent foresight which
they apply, as a rule, to their per
sonal affairs.
' "Ac we come nearer the day of elec
tion," says Mr. Taft, "It Is to be ex
pected that the Intelligent voter will
appreciate more keenly the responsi
bility which attaches to his ballot. In
national elections, at least, the great
majority like to feel that they are vot
ing for a candidate who has a chance
of success. It 'Is obvious that either
the Republican or the Democratic
nominees will be elected, and not to
vote for the Republican candidates is,
in effect, to support their Democratic
opponents and the Democratic plat
form of a 'tariff for revenue only,'
freighted with dire consequences for
the country, now busy and prosperous
under Republican rule. It Is well
known to every one, an open secret on
every street corner, that the Third
Term party does not expect success."
The President continues:
"A special corespondent of 'The
New York Ketiing Post,' writing rrom
Chicago, says- 'It may be said that
neither Colonel Roosevelt nor any of
the experienced politicians who sur
round him expects to carry Illinois or
any other Important state, with tho
posslblo exception of California and
Kansas. Prom sources close to tho
candidate it is learned that Colonel
Roosevelt will be satisfied If he can
complete the demoralization of tho
Republican party.'
"It remains to be seen how many
Republicans aro willing to assist in
completing tho demoralization of tho
Republican party and handing the
reins of government over to the Demo
crats to gratify mere desire for re
venge, "I believe that the Republican party
will be found, as a whole," President
Taft concluded, "too patriotic, too loy
al to Its principles and Its traditions,
too Just In Its attitude toward public
servants whom It has Intrusted with
duties faithfully performed to commit
harl-karl In the form nnd for the ob
jects Indicated, Every mall brings as
surances that those who have strayed
are returning to the fold, and that In
every state In which the Republican
party is not disfranchised old-time ma
jorities will be rolled up for the Re
publican candidates."
Governor Johnson's progressive ad
ministration of California has cost the
State during lta first year a million
and a half moro than the last year ot
tho previous administration cost, and
it is usserted that the holders of tho
many new jobs created aro required
"voluntarily" to contribute ten per
cent, of their pay to the Roosevelt
Johnson campaign sack,
Nearly four years of honest, wlso,
efllclent and economical Republican
administration in national affairs has
producod a condition where prosidon-
tlal politics has ceased to bo a dls
turblng factor in tho economic lifo of
rtio nation. Still thero are thoso who
aro clamoring for a change for tho
purpose of altering our schemo of gov
ernment,
The matter witb KausUkjust now
goeins to be an orordoso irsllok poll
tics. Indications are that' Kansas will
reject tho doie.
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If ou want plt-HMDl drenmi, visit
The I'aitlme.
Itumemlicr, N (number 15th, 1013,
Is tliu data wu nlvo iiway I..U. Save
your coupons.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat
JlXIl
Chronic Diseases
Ol TICK IIOUK
it In It 11, 111. 1 to O p. n
lly Apiioliifiuriit Only.
MISS TURA TURNER ;is assoolattd In tho
oMreivlth Dr. Smoot.
Mlisluruvr Is u graduate nurse and lias had
eeral jrnrs lioiplul exptrlonce lo thu use of
MATHS, MASSAGE and
ELECTRICITY
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
CHRONIC DISEASES,
And Is fuily prepared for the work. An; one de
siring her services will find her at Dr. Smoot'i
olllc", where she can be consulted between the
hour of X and li a. in and t to 4 p. m. Sundajs
Ij nppolu'.meutonly,
'PHONE 61.-
Wo Aro On'crlnir On Salo For a Kew
(.Days Ono Dollar Sizo Mottles
of Improved
WAH00
Compound Itlood and N'crvo Tonic fur
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR 51
A remedy for ltlioiiuiatlsm, Illood,
Stninncli, lihorand Kidney Troubles.
Do not forget the price :)3c per bottle
or a for Si.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
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FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
l7Ktat Socouil Ht., MAYBVILLK, Kl
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nil, nmt t tho fiwoilte iupnr
uf tho pooplo.
"Great Crowds!
Big Purchase Sale!
Daily the crowds increase as the news of the unprecedented
values is heralded over Mason county and thousands have already
taken advantage and bought their supply of
Winter Footwear!
Follow the crowds tomorrow, as the following values will, with
out a doubt, eclipse all previous records:
Ladies' New Fall Footwear in all leath
ers and this fall's newest styles; button
and lace; $2.50 values, 1.49.
Misses' Fine Fall Footwear in all
leathers, regular and extra hi-cut Trooper
Boots; $2.50 values,v$1.49.
Misses' and Children's excellent
school shoes, lace or button; in Gun
Metal or Vici; $2 values, 99c.
Children's Vici Kid and Tan button
and lace, with wedge heel; sizes 3 to 6;
85c values, 49c.
Lacfies' Extra High Trooper Boots in
Tan, Velvet, Gun Metal and Patent;
IDAN COHEN
$5.50
Will Buy a Barrel of ALPHA FLOUR. Flour Will be
Higher. Good for Only This Week.
M. C. RUSSELL CO.'
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KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Located at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Maysville. Ky,
la now ready for business, witb ft corps ot ellicient nrobitects,
engineers, etc., witb competent workmanship, best ot materials,
and will contract to build troni the very smallest to tbe greatest
nll-fircprool buildings.
S. B. CHUNN, Manager,
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Buy Your Coal Now
While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL GOLD
WEATHER. Strikes at the mines
will make the supply short and high
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,
OOO bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. Mcmniel $ Co.
OFFICES
PLUM STREET and POPL4R STREET.
PURE LIQU
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEAGH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
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Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We" don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goodB of any k!ir "
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving meanB anything to you, we should have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "Zftli
ATTENDING THE
every size, every width; special $4
values, wonderful values at $2-49.
Men's High-Grade Shoes in Tan, Gun
Metal, Patent, made in this season's
newest models, including the new raised
toe and the low receding English style;
$4 values. S2.49.
Boys' New
$2.50 values,
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Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas York a Specialty.
Handlo Only the Beat of material. Dealer
in Brass Valves nnd Fittings, Has Htovcs
and Ranges, All Sizes of Sower I'ipe,
Maysville, Ky.J
WRITE FOB
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Fall Styles in all leathers;
1.49.
Boys', Youths'; Little Gents Box-A8
Calf and Satin Shoes, $2 values, 99c.
Just Keceived A new lot ot Chil-
dren's and Misses' Jockey Boots in T
Patent Leathers and Gun Metal.
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