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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
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"Lord, boro it into tho Loads of tbo Domo
$ ocratic party that now ia tbo tioio to pray for
wisdom, not to mako fools of thomsolves,"
prays tho Houston Post. Which is nno'har
way of tryiug to placo tho blamo on Pro vi
douce. Cincinnati Enquirer.
IF ALL WOULD SPEND ALL
"Spend all you have. It is foolish to
scrimp nnd savo," says Prof. Patton, of tho
University of Pennsylvania. "Men and women
should spend thoir earnings."
Not a bad idea if everybody played fair.
If each and every oue of us spout hid money
as fast as he earned it we could all bathe in
an oudless flowing stream of rippling currency
like sunshine and babbling brooks. Hard
times and "stringencies" would bo as raro as
blue rain drops. We would all be busy and
happy. There would be work for everybody.
Tho wheels of industry nnd the merry-go
'rounds of pleasure would turn like mad.
But suppose somebody on the sly stopped
spending and began to hold out on the rest of
us! The game would go to the' bad and be
come as heart-breaking as ever.
.That's the only drawback to tho professor's
plan. Spend all you have but take caro
every one else is doing tho same. New York
Evening World.
CAMPAIGN MENDACITIES.
Tho mendacities of the last campaign were
-in sumo instance of a minor character and
some others were simply appalling. State
ments made by the candidate of the third term
party would not bear examination in so many
cases as to leave his reputation sadly sulliod.
Among .the minor mendacities was that of
Governor Wilson in protesting over and over
,ugain that tho Democratic party never was for
;.f FreoTrado and never would be. Me kuow
perfectly woll that Free-Trade was the conven
tional term otherwise called TaritT for revenue
, only, and that it is called Free-Tiade when a
customs Tariff is built on the principle of no
Protection to anybody aud is worked out
solely on the basis of revenue. It is precisely
Tsuclla Tariff that tho Democratic party pledges
itself'to give tho country, particularly when
tho first plank of the Baltimore platform de
clares that all Protection is unconstitutional.
Governor Wilson was not honest enough to
meet that question squarely and deal with it
as ordinary men do and admit that his Tariff
is known as a Free-Trade one.
- Another of the mendacities of tho campaign
that was of tho shocking kind was that ono
?V 'sent over to London to find out market prices
of meats compared with prices in Now York.
But a fow days afterward a woman, who is
head of tho National Economic League, return-
ed from Europe from half a yoirs stay, study
ing tho same question and reporting that
living was higher in Europe than in America.
Then came this emissary back to Now York to
report that roast beef, foroxamplo.was twenty
? . four cents a pQnnd in Now York aud only
. -thirteen eonls in London, although tho beef
"'was brought from America to London to bo
i- sold at half the price charged in New York.
' , Thousands of people bolieved that false
Hr uoou. aii along tuo line tuo people wororou
with Btatemouts allogod to bo truo, which thoy
who mado them knew could not be truo nnd
which were not truo. Such falsehoods were
p''; repeatod by tho Democratic prees without
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IT CpULD HOT HAPPEN, BUT IT DID.
"It could not happen," blandly assures
Editor Bailoy in reply to an inquiry as to
whother it is truo that Free-Trade would re
sult in a great influx of foreign-made goods
and consequent idlo factories on this side of
tho water. Remomboring 1893 to 189G, folks
nro likely to recall tho story of tho man who
wrote to a lawyer for advice, without tolling
just whore ho was." "They oan't put you in
jail for that," replied tho lawyer with great
confidence. "Mnybo nut, but thoy havo,"
wrotoback the man. Johnfltowu(L,a.)Leador.
ONE-TERM PRESIDENTS.
Tho Democratic national platform indorses
the idea of only ono term for a prcsidont.
There is a growing necessity for this amend
ment to tho constitution. Political reform de
mands it. Tho oligibilty of a president to n
second term is full of menace tutho public
wolfarc. It makes tho spoils of office a con
sideration for public duty. It is corruption
of ono kind orauother from start to finish. A
one.term president is an independent, self
reliant president.
Of course, this change can be made only by
constitutional ameudment but in practice tho
rule may prevail. The one-term limit may be
declared in tho platforms nnd that would estab
ish tho practice. The Baltimore platform favors
the oue term'only. That iu effect wouldjmako
Governor Wilsou a four-year president, for ho
wouldn't go back on his platform. Of course
tho exigencies of tho situation did not permit
tho Chicago convention to ndopt a ouc-term
plank, but hereafter Republican conventions
will probably see that iuoligility to a second
term will become the expressed sentiment of
the party. Ohio State Journal.
REJOICING IN GERMANY.
German uowspapers are rejoicing over the
election of Governor Wilson to tbo Presidency
of the UnitedSlates.
Thoy hail his election with satisfaction, be
lieving that it will result in closer and better
trade relations between Germany and tho
United States.
Tho Tngoblatt says: "Germany greets with
pleasure tho return to a liberal trade policy
and a reduced tariff. This will open an agree
able prospect for permanent and just trado
relations, an agreemout for which Germany
has long been sighing."
The Taeglischo Rundschau says: "Germany
has every reason to bo satisfied with the result
of the election in the United States." It ex
presses tho belief that Governor Wilson will
alter what it describes ua tho inconsiderate
American foreign policy.
Wo recall that the German newspapers talk
ed along these linos when Cleveland was elect
ed in 1S92, and .wo know what happened to
the pottery industries in this country, and es
pecially in this city, after that ovont. And
wo know how the pottery manufacturers of
Germany profited by tho changes made in tho
Taiiff schedules in 1893-4.
Wo sincerely hopo that tho mistake mado
during the Cleveland administration will not
be made during the Wilson administration.
Governor Wilsou says honest businoss men
need havo no fear. That assuranco is a pleas
ing one. Trenton Gazotto.
-TOU OUGHT TO HEAR TDR.
New Victor Records
You oAn dm Hum, Stop la ny tier. W're m (Ud lopltjr thtro m joi
A tn o( Ibeie new loleotlom:
rn J RlBolttto QusrHltt Kfjl't UhMUa Rind
" I TroYlore Honrn lo Our MounUU." Yinll' IUlUn Hand.
For
November.
0O6T8-8onsi My Mother Taught Me. Luot UibtlU Mink.
-w merrjr uounirii wain vioior Herbert'! urokeitrt,
17171 i The Million DolUr llill-lllllr Murray.
,,,J When I Oet You Alone Toilght-Walter Y Bruit.
..... ( KrerTbodj Two-itep Ainerlein Quartet,
',l7' 1 llucdy Uoj-Collln.lirlii.
And larfi uUotloi of other Reoerdi.
Records, 60c to $7. Victrolas, $15 to $20 O.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
HOW MIDWAY
GAME TO LIFE
A $20,000 Investment on Its
Boys and Girls.
IN MODERN SGHOOLHOUSE,
The Town Began Three Year Ago to
Realize the Importance of Conierv
Ing Its Future Citizen' Health and
Mentality Plenty of Room to Play.
Many rural communities feel Unit
any building nnd any grounds will do
for school purposes. These communl
ties have never thought definitely how
far they havo progressed lu so innny
other lines. The average man will say
when you press hlin for a reason for
the poor school equipment In his neigh
orhood, "Well, that school was good
enough for me, nu I reckon It's good
enough for my children." Ills owti
home, his farming Implements, hlf
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THE DOCTOR QUIT TALKING.
Jlouiton Pott.
A doctor who bad a custom of cultivating the lawn and
walk in front of his homo every spring, ougaged O'Brien
to do tbo job. Ho went away for three days and when he
returned found O'Brien waiting for hia money. The
doctor was not.flatiefled with bis work and laid:
"O'Brien tbo walk is covered with, gravel tnd dirt and
in my estimation it's a bad job."
O'Brien looked at bim In surprise for a moment and
replied;
"Shure, doc, there's many a bad job of yours covered p? tra tuitlpn to hav th In
with grftTil.ad ditt." '''!'': ."'" .' '-' 'rsl'llYtwUUi citury tckwh
A IIEAUTIFUL DOOKWAY.
barns and all else lu his life have
changed from a "tallow caudle nnd
homcmailo Hall" ago to nu "electric
light and n steam thrasher" age.
Three years ago Midway and luo sur
rounding country began to think it was
time to have a twentieth century school
plant. They began to feel that It
would be well to have a building as
good as any of their churches. At
first the general public shook Its head
and mumbled under Its breath, but
gradually It began to scu the wisdom
of the movement and at last voted the
funds necessary.
While the trustees planned a school
that should be n credit architecturally,
they did not forget to buy enough
ground to glvo tho energetic young
sters that wcio to be trained ample
elbow roo"m. Tho beautiful building
stands well back from the turnpike
on flvo acres of tine bluo grass land.
Behind and to one sldo of the school
building is a comfortable Stable stalled
to hold twenty-four horses.
As Is usual In school affairs nil over
tho country, the trustees built this
school with rn ldcn of Its taking care
of all the pupils lu tho district for the
next fifty years. Now, after only two
nnd n half years, they nre beginning to
seo tho natural result of n One grow
ing school spirit among both children
nnd parents. Today live grade and two
high school teachers manago to teach
tho 250 boys aud girls that are en
rolled. This number Is just fifty more
than were enrolled last year. It Is
now plain that the school will have
to ndd a new tfacher each year to take
care of tho steady Increase, nnd In five
more years an addition will Imve to be
built lo take care of the children. Be
sides this yearly Increase, tho trustees
claim that very few of those enrolled
oven try to play truant. Ample play
grounds, clean, warm schoolrooms,
comfortable single desks, light and
pleasant surroundings mako school go
ing less Irksome, nnd the Incentive
for "plnylng out" has been removed.
Several schools rolled Into one make
many things possible. It allows tho
school fund to pny for a reliable janl
tor, who can heat, clean and caro for
the property as it should be cared for.
o
GEMS FROM LUKE McLUKE
Cincinnati Enquirer.
TOO many girla think that roflnement moans
turning op your nose at what other
people do.
What hai becorre of the old-fashioned womtn
who called her husband a alroet angel and a
home devil.
The man who toaats the ladles when he Is
ODtflde Is often the same party who roasts hla
wife when he gets horn".
When they amended the state constitution
thoy forgot all about making the wearing of
aide whiskers felony.
The newest fad In stockings has a mouse
embroidered above the ankle. Any old excuse
for hoisting gets n play nowaday?.
The most miserable creature ia the world is
a nagging womin who Is married to an easy
going man who simply will not get mad.
It often happens that tho man who kills
htmeelf on his wlf' grave didn't know he
was on earth U'til the undertaker appeared.
If a girl has wavy hair, If she has a good
figure, If she comos down hard on her heels
when she walks, and if her nose baa a tin; ti-t
upward grab her. You won't be stUDg.
MAY SNUB BRYAN
Every Indication Points to
Studied Aim to Reject
Commoner's Lead
ership in Tariff
Fight
IF.
Judging From the Amount of
BLANKETS
AND
COMFORTS
Wo havo sold so fur ttiU season, wo must bo giving tlio
tho ciistotupiR fplrndld value or thoy would not livor
u with their valuable pittronngo. Those that havo not
bought nmlto money hy Iniylng of tin.
SPECIALS
JIaby Orlb Blankets, 40c.
White nnd Grny Blankets, 40c.
Full size Blankets, HOo.
Bent SI Blanket and Comfort In the country.
All Wool Blankets very cheap.
J Sllkolluo Coin fort . $1.08.
IiADIKS', GENTS', CHILDIIEN'S, UNDEItWKAB liadlcs'
Best SSo Underwear In the town; seo them. Best 25a Union Suits
for children made. Men's hoavy fleeced 30o; no seconds. Ladles'
and Children's Sweaters cheap.
DltKSS GOODS Wo sold moro serges tho past month than
last Rrasnn. All-wool Serges 40c. Serges are all tho go yon know.
LADIES' and OHILDKUN'S COATS-It is now known that yon
ftft the beat values hero.
NEW YORK STORE s- SES,
PK3KH 071.
Proprietor
Investment SECURITIES
SAFE AND SANE.
First Mortgage Land Notes, yielding O nnd 7 per cent.
A safe employment for jour inonoy.
PRANK H. OLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
IR.03ST
Roofing and Fencing
AT THE
OLD PltlCES.
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
He and Clark Not on Speaking
Terms
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MIDWAY'S SUCCESS. "
It provides tencuovs for the different
grades and uiiiUcb efllclent and strong
work. By bringing many children to
gctlicr It gives a clmnce for tbo clilld
to develop bis soclnl nnturo in a group
of bis own age. That tbo ,Bcbool nt
Midway Is n success Is to put tho mat
ter lightly. A school that has en
rolled fifty new pupils this year, tlint
has added flfty children to tbo school
population of Midway, that wakes tbc
renting of nuy kind of bouso In tbe
town an Impossibility, that In two
and n half years does not show a
scratched wall or desk, Is a hugo suc
cess. Docs all this answer tbo question of
investment? Can any one over tlguro
exactly what stronger men nnd women
In n community aro worth? Tho
school cost (no community $20,000. Is
tho money a good Investment for Mid
way? Tho tjnswcr can only conio by
asking any oi tbo residents In the dis
trict of those who aro willing to send
their cblldeen five or six miles and
Washington, November 18th.
William J. Bryan left Sunday eve
ning tor hia winter homo at Miami,
Florida, whero he expects to hiber
nate until along about the time for
the special session ol Congress with
out taking with him tho alighest as
suranco that ho will ho able to have
hia way as to (he extent and character
ol the tariff revision which is to go
out to the country with the Demo
cratic stump. He epent a week in
Washington surveying tbc field whero
tho tariff fray is to occur and consult
ing with various persons. Ho learn
ed nothing to encourage or console
him hut on the contrary there is
every indication of a studied purpose
to reject his leadership of the party.
Simultaneously with his departure
it was learned that Senator Sim
mons ol North Carolina, who wantB
tho chairmanship of tho Senate Fi
nance Committee, and who is called
tho Aldrich of Democracy, Represen
tative Oscar Underwood, Chairman of
the Ways and Means Committeo and
Democratic loaders of tho House, and
President-elect Woodrow Wileon al
ready have had a consultation on
tho tariff question and aro agreed as
to tho general course that shall be fol
lowed. This news is very important, show
ing that the .'schedules (are to be han
dled conservatively and that tho radi
cal Bort of tariff revision downward
(or which Bryan stands is to be ta
booed. Bryan is a strong advocate of free
raw materials, while Underwood aud
Simmons are as vigorously opposed
to free raw materials, I'.csumably
Wilson is going to tako sides with
Underwood and Simmons as to the
kind of revision that shall be given
the country. Bryan elands for free
wool, free iron, free sugar, free lum
ber and a loug ttcc list. Apparently
ho is not to have his way as to these
itoms,
Every sign now indicates that Bryan
ii going up agaitiBt tho etiffoat kind
of comhination in hit own party a
combination that is strong at both
ends of tbe Capital, and that ho'cau
not hopo to overthrow. Spjaker Clark
is not on speaking ttrms with Bryan.
While Bryan has been here, they have
not met'. Tbo friends ol Mr. Clark do
not believe it would bo safe for htm
and Bryan lo meet.
Bryan and Uuderwood are at swords
point 8. Underwood openly denounced
him on tho floor of the House at tho
last 808slon and their relations havo
not improved any since then. Bo it is
difficult to seo.. how Bryan can make
any headway in the house.
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THE BUSINESS MEN
OF TODAY
re tally awtre ot the ralua of good dr-eitlng m a
builneii Miet. They regard wall made, perfect
tula; attire as muah of an eitentlataa tbo at
tractlie qualities of a weil kept atora or office.
Tne only nuoitloa It who It tbe (atlor who can
mike them the moit latlafactery garments?
There can be noqueitton of doubt If you plaoa
your order with m. Remember this Is the only
itureln this seotlon where you can buy Ed. v.
Trice's ma;e to meatuee clothes. See tho new
browns we are showing for 118 to 152, they are
repeaters. Kememberwe repair all our dry clean
work f rt f t barf e In a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
0 TVast Frsut Street. JInysville, Ky.
WASHINGTON THEATER
"t"l"y"'"i"'
TONIGHT.
A OOMPIiETB
CHANG K
OF
PICTUKKS.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS.
a. m..ium r ir ja-aaa. -fLRLtjwauiwi
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LEST YOU FORGET
Tho postal authorities require
papera sent through the mails to
ba paid for la advance before
they are eligible to the mall as
eecond-chaa matter.
If your Public Ledc.br itopi,
remember tbo cauae.
Oat of a total number of 54, GOO passenger
cars lo this country. 3,000 ore of steal.
IN MAYSVILLE
THE EVIDENCE 13 SUPPLIED BY LOCAL TESTIMONY
If the reader wants stronger proof tban the
following statement and experlenoe of a res
ident of Mayjville what can it be?
Mrs. Dells Luneford. 328 E. Front street,
MayaTille, Ky., says: ''Doan'i Kidney Pilla com
pletely and permanently cared rae of kidney
complaint and I am gUd to confirm all I said In
1008, when I publicly endorsed them, I at
tribute my kidney trouble to a strain which
started with sharp ahootlng palna through my
kidneys, and a dragging down feeling through
my hip. I was afflicted regularly with dull
headaches and d'liy spella, and often If I bad
not caught bold of something lor euppoat I
would bare fallen. I was In that condition
for several years, up one week and In bed the
next. I finally began to notice the symptoms
of dropsy, and In s short time I waa suffering
from this trouble. II y feet began to a well
and my hands also we-o afficted at times In the
same way. At night I was restless and alwaya
felt tired. I read of a similar case being cur
ed by Doan's Kidney Pills, and I got the
remedy at Wood &, Son's Drag Store. This
relieved me so mach from tbe first that I got
another supply, and before long I was entirely
cured. Doan's Kidney Pills saved my life."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 conU.
Foater-Ullburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agenU tor the United States.
Ranomber the name Doan's and taka no
oflror.
Senator O'Gorman favored a general legisla
te program for theaiaciafBtsBfoa-flfrGatwg
and Bald he was In ftvor of reforming tbe tariff
schedule by schedule.
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
GRADUATE NURSE.
TELEPHONE
L.C.CROSBY'S RESIDENCE
Washington Central.
G. M. WILLIAMS
DENTIST
First Notional Bank, Fourth Floor,
PHONE 888 """
Sterling Silver
AND
Silver Plated Ware
Call and we will be
pleased to 6 how you
our newest and ex
elusive patterns. As
silver ia likely to go
higher iu price, tho
best time to buy is.
now ::::::
PALACE
HOTEL
Cor. Sixth Avenue
and Vine Street,
CINCINNATI,OHIO,
AmtiksRHiH. Eurwaa.rlM.
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
JEWELERS.
Wo Aro OfPorlui; On Sale For a Few
Days One Dollar Slco Dottiest
of Improved
WAHOOi
Compound Illood and Nervo Tonic fbr
35C.PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for IthoiimatUm. Dlood,
Stomach, Liver and Kidney Troubles.
Do not forget the price USo per bottlo
or 8 fbr $1.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
JOHN W. PORTER,
FUNERAL DHUEGTOi?
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