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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
uattr axcarT auNuar, rocivrit or jult, hankiiyino
ANII CimUTMH.
fcU A. P. CURRAN,
Editor and Publisher.
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One Yenr
Nix Month........
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Per BJlonili CenU
Payable to Collector at end of Month.
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,ir.r, HiTiftoittrcuttH auk oahh r.v nr.t.vo.
Will it ovor bo nucessaiy for Col. Bryan
ngnin to call Dr. Wilson's attention to the ouo
. term plnnk in tho Democratic platform?
Another advance in tho prico of shoes is
predicted. If hides were not on tho freo list
it would be charged to tho Tariff. It maybo
anyway. Marion (la.) llegister.
NEW EVIDENCE ON THE TOBACCO QUESTION.
The consideration of tobacco and its dangers
has heretofore been largely based on the
amount of nicotin contaiued in tho smoke.
But thoro are other products of tobacco which
must share tho responsibility. Among these
are carbon monoxicd gas, prussic acid, furfural
and some other?. Although all of these com
pounds admittedly arc poisonous, thoir dangor
depends on the quantities in which they are
tnken. lleceutly investigations have been
made of some of these toxic products, and tho
results are of considerable interest. Tho fact
that the action of certain kinds of tobacco has
bcon attributed to tho prussic acid in their
smoke has induced the Wurzburg hygionist,
Prof. K. B. Lohnnnu, to to investigate the
charge. ITo has found that the amount of
this compound produced depends eomowhat
on tho rate at which the tobacco is smoked.
Tho slower the current of air through a cigar,
the smaller is the amount of prussic acid form
ed. Tho entire amount found, however, is too
small to account for tho eft' jets. So far tho
burden of the blamo for tho ill effects of smok
ing would appear to rest ou nicotin. Investi
gations mado by tho London Lancet indicate
that the ordinary cheap cigarot contains tho
least nicotin in the smoke and tho pipe tho
most, the cigar occupying an intermediate
position. Assuming, then, that nicotin is tho
essentially injurious substauco in tobacco, the
cigarot would appear to be tho least harmful
form, provided that tho amount of tobacco
consumed was no greater in this form than in
others.
Tho general hnpieion, however, is that
cigaret-smoking is the most pernicious form
of indulgence in tobacco. This might bo ac
counted for in part by the facta that tho form
of the cigaret makes it possible for young
persons to indulge iu it when they would not
smoke cigars or pipes, that in older peisons
it lends itself to overindulgence and that tho
smoke may bo inhaled with less irritation and,
therefore, that moro of the products may bo
absorbed iuto. tho system. Further investiga
tions indicate that the most injurious forms of
-smoking are not those in which nicptiu pre
vails but those in which thoro is a larger pro
portion of furfuial. Furfural is about fifty
., times as poisonous as oidinary alcohol. There
is a probability that tho least harmful tobacco
will turn out to bo that which yields a mini
mum of furfural iu tho smoke. Although tho
$ amount of nicotin present in tho cheaper
"grades of cigarettos is practically negligible,
tho amount of furfural appears to bo sufficient
in itsolf to account for tho bad effects attrib
ute to cigaret-smoking. Tho use of tobacco
in its various tonus is so gonerm mat tno sun,
jecl. is of almost universal interest. Tho
Journal of tho American Medical Association
thinks that the smoker is entitled to know tho
dangers nud tho safest methods of using
tobacco, while cJucators aud all who have
u anything to do with tho young, whether by
example or by precept, will appreciate scionti
flo facts with which to back up wise deduc
tions from otfporionco.
f I-BUTIr-ANP, CO.
President Wilson and tho Democratic Con
gress may bo ablo to reduce tho co9t8 of
farm products to tho consumers and keep up
tho prices now received by tho farmers for
thoso products.
Such a systom, if it could be devised, would
undoubtedly provo exceedingly popular in all
sections of tho country.
What a hit tho Democratic statesman will
make if they bring relief to tho consumer
through lower prices aud socuro to the farmer
as groat returns for what ho produces at one
and the samo timo.
'Congress meets before Apiil 15 tho costs
of living should be- materially losseued by
September 1st.
It should not take tho Democratic party
moro than 90 days to accomplish this reform.
It was so easy to do during tho campaign
there should bo no delay when tho party has
full power to redeem the promises to that
effect. Cincinnati Enquirer.
WHAT THE KNOW-HOW.FARMING DOES
Jim Hill tho ompiro builder of the North
west, while quite a fluent orator, does not
always depend upon speech in his efforts to be
convincing. Now he has appropriated the
motto of Missouri as applied to empire build
ing by 'Showing 'em." When ho wants to
convince people that the Great Northern road
pierces tho bread basket of the world ho takes
a trainload of wheatgrowers over it; when ho
wants to convince tho world that ho has a big
corner ou scenic America in Glacier Na
tional Park he takes a trainload of newspaper
men out to see it, and when ho wants to toll
tho people of his own country that they ought
to bo better fanners ho doesn't tell ,eny he
"shows 'em."
The government aud tho various states like
to boast of their agricultural farms, where the)
work out the theory and principlosof farming.
But Jim Hill goes them one better; he builds
demonstration faims throughout tho vast do
main ho has been so powerful an agent in de
veloping, and puts the theories to piactical
work rijiht next to tho man he wants to con
viuce. Sometimes thoy toll us how mauy
'show 'em" f-irms Jim Hill owns aud operates,
but as the great Northwest is uot always vora
cious when it gets to talking about Jim Hill
wo forbear to give tho figures.
For iustauco, tho averago wheat yield on
nineteen of Jim Hill's "show 'em" farms was
thirty-two bushels to tho acre, while on the
adjoining farms farmed tho old way tho aver
age yield was but tweuty-two bushels to the
aero.
Down in Minnesota on tho "show 'em" farm
Jim Hill's book-farmers raised forty-four
bushels of barley to tho aero, whilo tho neigh
bors on tho same kind of land raised but
thirty-two bushels. Over in North Dakota tho
"show 'em" farmers raised fifty bushels to tho
acre, whilo tho farmers next door raised but
twenty-four bushels. .
There's no use talking after such figures as
theso, for oven tho silver-tongued Mr. Hill
could not put up an argument that is half so
convincing as his "show 'em" farms have
douo. Thoy talk louder thau words as to
what modern agriculture means to the
farmer, and it is a kind of talking that every
mau un 'orstands. Commercial Tribune.
-TOD OUQI1T TO HKAfl TOK-
For
November.
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Cincinnati Enquirer1. '
"This ia William Shakespeare," said the keeper hb he
iutroduccd us to an inmate of the Nut CouHcivutary.
"Pleased to meet you, Dill," no remarked.
"Are you writing anything now thcao days?"
"I am working on a piny lor Mr. Hooscvelt," replied
Shakespeare. "Ho will be certain to ncrpt it, because
(he cast contains one hero and 4,000 villains'1
New Victor Records
You can heat tiro. Btop In ny lime. Wt'te gUd to iilay Ibcm yoi
A fow of thcto ner lalcolloui:
flow ( TtoTtore-"Home to Our Mountalni."-Veiiella'i Italian lland.
fi0078-SonBi My Mother Taught Me. I.uoy Iiabolla Manh,
71K83-Merr.v Countf u Waltz-Victor Herbert' Orchtitra. '
1717a i The Million Dollar llall-llllly Murray.
,,i" 1 When I Get You Alone Tonight Walter Van Brunt.
i7l7i I Krerybody Tvroitep American Quartet,
17,71 1 llu;dy lloy-Oolllni.llBrlan.
And largt telectlon of other Reoordi.
Records, 60c to $7, Vlcirolas, 915 to $20 O.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
EDUCATION
AND SUCCESS
Tfio Farmer Is Essential to
the Latter.
CATTLE AND THE CHILDREN,
If Two Year and Four Year Old 8teer
Won't Thrive In Samo Feed Lot Why
Should Children of All Ages Study
Together?
"Johnuy, he nln't tnkln no Interest In
his school. I've got n mighty good no
tion to let him quit nn' go to wort: on
tho farm."
"How long hits ho been in school?"
"Oh, he's been off and on nbout six
years, I reckon. He's Just finished his
Fourth Reader, so ho's got enough
sclioolln' to uso on a farm. IIo's got
more than my grau'dnddy had In his
day, nn' you know ho died worth nbout
$30,000."
"Tell mo something about your grand
father."
"Well, you see, ho conio over tho
mountains when this hero was all Vir
ginia, an' ho took some luud nn' began
to clour It up an' farm it, an' ho"
"What did you say ho pnid for it?"
"Grnn'daddy? Why, ho didn't pay
nothin' for it."
"How much land did ho gut?"
"Oh, ho could 'n' had nil ho could
'tend to n thousand acres was all ho
could 'tend to, nn' ho"-r
"So he funned n thousand acres, did
he?"
"Not nil of it. Some of It was left
in timber so tho hogs could bo turned
out to fntten on tho beech an' oak innst
In the fall. An "-
"How old were the hogs when he
killed them for ment?"
"About two years oP. Say, what are
you uskln' me nil theso questions for
anyhow?"
"I nin trying to find out why you
think Johnny has enough education to
make him a successful farmer."
"I Just now told you because his
gran'duddy made a snug fortune with
less sclioolln' than Johnny's got."
"Can Johnny go out nn' find a thou
sand ncres for nothing?"
"No; of course ho can't."
"Gnu ho afford to keep n hog for two
yenrs an' fatten him on beech an' oak
mast?"
"No. Why, say, look here, I never
thought of it before, but my gran'-
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CORRESPONDENCE
UWIS3URQ.
Soma of oar neighbors aro killing hogp.
Clifford Gotiiimio is qaila 111 with tooellitts.
Tbo little boo of Mr. and Urs. Uiko Slattory
fell Sunday and broke bis leg.
Urs. Mat OVonnell and daughter, Florence
of Msysville, spent Sunday with Mr. aud Mr;.
James Maley.
ORANQBURO.
Mrs. Jennie Zjlgler h vlsltiog relatives in
Ohio.
Dudley Uooro is baMding an addition to his
bouse.
Mrc S. E. Tolly of Ml. Carmel spent Satur
day with relatives in Oraugebarg.
Scarlet fever and chicken pox both prevail
In the neighborhood, but not to an ularming
extent.
Herman Bramel Is improving bis homo by a
new coat of paint and the addition of a new
vorands.
Mits Lucy Bollock of Uaysville ia the wel
come guest of her sillers, Urs. D. A. Cooper
and Mrs. Annie Krs?.
Prof. Turnipieed and Miss Butterfield of the
Orangeburg Consoiidatod Schools attended the
Teacbera' Association at Ashland last week.
Marvin, the little son of Arthur Day, who
had the m'sfortune to break his arm while
playing on the school ground, was getting
along nicely at last report.
The pulpit of the Christian Church was most
ably filled on Sunday morning by Elder Coak
woll of May's L'ck and in the evening by Elder
Demperman of Sand Hill.
A REAL SCHOOL.
daddy got rich Just n-settln' still, didn't
he?"
"Yes; he did. Where your grandfa
ther got n thousand ncres for nothing
your hoy will hnvo to take it at n valu
ation of from $30,000 to $100,000 and
mako it pny. Ho can't wait two years
for hogs to be ready for slaughter. It
must bo nt eight to ten months. There
Is no way now for your boy to bo n pio
neer nnd get rich sitting still. Ho nnibt
bo educated to succeed In tho twenti
eth century."
He Knew He Had Fed Cattle.
The old trusteo turned to tho visitor
nnd asked, "Well, what do you thlnlt
of our now consolidated school?"
"Denutifnll Cost n lot of money,
didn't it?"
"X'ep, nn' It costs like Bmoko to run
it with teachers for all tho different
grades, llut all of us nro for It now."
"Woro you against consolidation?"
"Yep, 1 was against it strong. You
sco, I got tho threo It's lu n single
room schoolhousc." no paused, looked
at tho splendid brick building and con
tinned: "I oughter known better too.
Anybody thnt had fed cnttlo for thirty
yeors . oughter know n consolidated
school was better thnn n ono room
school."
"Why should you have known? Cnt
tie nnd chlldrei. arc not tho same."
"Look hero Just stop nn' think for
a minute, will you 7 I'vo known for
thirty years thnt you enn't put wenulln'
calves, two year nu' four yenr ol
calves, two year an' four year ol' steers
In tho samo feed lot nn' get fust class
results. In our oP tlmo one room
school we had 'em nil sizes nn' nges
In tho snmo lot nn' feedlu' out of the
samo trough. It won't work uny hot
tcr with children than It does with
cattle."
A school tux is simply n long tirao In
vestment In brains; therefore tho ctcr
nnl qucstlou should not bo "HOW
SMALL A TAX OAN WD GET
ALONG WITH?" but "nOW MOOD
OAN WE INVEST TO ADVAN
TAGE?" It Is a business proposition
pure and simple.
Sheriffs Must Turn in All
Cash December 31
Tbe new law places a penalty of six per
cent, on tbe sheriff if he does not tnrn over
to tbe Stato by IKcemW 31U all taxes col
lected by him and makes him Habit for col
lecting tbo penalty from tax payers. Soma of
them have cor.ttruii the la to mean that
thoy n.U)t make their sutihmnnt December
31st; but Deputy Stato AulitorG. 0. Likens
ho Las roceived numarom icqiiries about
the la, jail ihattbe sWill etil1 hnvo u it 1
March lit t) make th'ir Bcttluuicnls, tut
must turn over to .ha Stata by '0:02b r
3Ut all taxes collected up to thit I. mi by
1 hew.
, 1
NO WOMEN MISSIONARIES
Oeclaro They Are Too Prone To
Marry and Forsake
Work
Columuus, lNn. The Women's Christian
tloord ot Missions of tbo Tabernacle Christian
Church hero tabooed women as foreign mis
sionaries, saying that tbey are prone to get
married and devote thetnielvea to thoir nomas,
which is in restraint of missionary work.
The board was supporting Miss Agnes Lackey,
a native of this state, as a "living" link mis
sionary in India, but she recently was married
and now and henceforth tbo board will support
a man missionary irstead.
Tho board claims that, while men missionar
ies sometimes get married, they usually romain
in tbi missionary work.
IN MAYSVILLE
THEEVIDENOE IS SUPPLIED BY LOCAL TESTIMONY
If the rosier wants stronger proof than the
following statement and experience ot a res
ident of Mayevllle what can it be?
Mrs. Delia. Luaeford. 328 U Front street,
Maysrille, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills com.
plelely and permanently cured me of kidney
complaint sod I am glad to confirm all I said in
1908, when I publicly endorsed them, I at
tribute m? kidoey trouble to a strain which
started with ehsrp shooting pains through my
kidneys, and a dragging down feeling through
my hip. I was toileted regularly with dull
headaches and duty sprlls, and often If I had
not caught bold of umetblng for suppnat I
would have fallen. I was In that condition
for several years, up out woek and In bed the
next. I finally began to notice the symptoms
of dropsy, and In a short time I was coffering
from tbia trouble. My feet begin to swell
aad my hand also w-e afficted at times in thr
nme way. At night I was reatlors and always
felt tired, I read Sf a similar case being cur
sd by Doan's Kidney Pills, and I got tbe
remedy at Wood Son's Drug Store. This
relieved me so much from tbe first that I gol
another supply, and before long I was entirely
cured. Doan's Kidney Pills saved my life."
For sale by all dealers. Pries 60 oont
Poster-Mllbnrn Co , Buffalo, New York, solo
amenta for tbe United States.
RaAelber thr name Doio's and UV no
otfori
Judging From the Amount of
BLANKETS
AND
COMFORTS
Wo hnvo sold so far thU season, wo must bo giving tho
tho customers splendid values or thoy would not lAvor
ub with their vnluaulo pMrnnaga. Thoso that liavo not
lioiight iimko innncy hy buying of nw.
SPECIALS
Jtnby Crib Blankets, 40o.
White nnd Grny Illankeu, 40c.
Full size Dlnnkcts, HOo.
ltest Si ninnket and Comfort In tho country.
All Wool IltankntH-ver cheap.
iii Sllkollno Comfortfl, $1,08.
IjADIHS', dENTS', CIIILDKEN'S, UNnEUWEAK Ladles'
Best iiaa Underwear in the town; eo thorn. Best SSo Union Suits
for children mado. Mrn's heavy fleeced UOo; no seconds. Ladles'
and Children's Sweaters cheap.
DHESS GOODS Wo sold moro serges tho past month than
last season. All-wool Sorgen 40c. Serges aro all tho co you know.
LADIES' and GIULOUEN'S COATS It is now known that you
get thi) best values hero.
NEW YORK STORE s- SP,
-PHONE S71.
Investment SECURITIES
SAFE AND SANE.
First Slortgngo Land Note, leldlng O nnd 7 per cent.
A safe employment for jour money.
PRANK H. CLA.RKB, First National Bank Building.
HR.03ST!
Roofing and Fencing
AT THE
OLD PRICES.
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
DIIDP Rubbed Sage 0 Black
and Red Pepper.
Hog killing time will soon be here and we can furnish
you with some of the freshest and best Spices that ever grew,
and they'll cost you no more than the inferior kind. Rubbed
Sago, Cayenne Pepper, Black Pepper, Cloves, Cinnamon.
Also BORAX, SALTPETER, Etc.
Thos. J. Chenoweth, S
Maysville, Ky. YA: THE fea STORE.
LEST YOU FORGET
Tbo postal sstborltlsi require
pipers ent throih tbe malls to
be paid (or la advance before
tbey are eligible to tk mall aa
lecood-cUas matter.
If your Public Ledger atopa,
remember the cause.
Carpenters and Joinera Local Union will
have a ca'led meeting Friday, November 22 1.
All members are requested to be present,
business of Importance will be transacted.
L It. Simuons, Presided.
Bruce Snapp, Secretary.
One nay to succors 'a to get a business and
mind It excloelvely.
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
GRADUATE NURSE.
TKLKPMONK
L.C.CROSBY'S RESIDENCE
WoiMngton Central,
.1 'T.'Jg"
OLD
LLOYD
FARM
FOR SALE
ON
The 23d Day of November,
AtSo'olook i. m., we will offtr for lata U Ut
highlit blddir tk old Llojd fam if
256 Acres
Ou tlii 8lt Tunplke, oai and a kill mlln
Southeiit of Gerjaantonn, la Mtioa comity.
ThU farm tii been to continuous poiientoa of
thi Lloyd family linos 1 83 J. It hat bad careful
management, bai always been a famous tobacco
farm and Is bow In a high itatt of cultltstlon.
Tills farm can l dlrlderi to advantage and
will lie offered for sale In parcels and as a whole.
There Is a good two-story dwelling, a tenant
house, all necessary outbuildings, barn room for
25,000 pounds ot tobacco, a never falling and
well-distributed supply of stock water, and fenc
ing In good condition. The plsue is on and a
half mlleif rem eburcbee r.d sclnoli oc a good
turnpike that leads to the suble door. This
farm paya a gocd per cent, farmed ou the tinaut
system ami Is desirable either as an Investment
or as a home,
For further Information apply to Dan B. Lloyd,
Oermantorn, Ky,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
PALACE
HOTEL
Cor. Sixth Avenue
and Vine Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Amtrkin Plan. Imfm Pint.
G. M. WILLIAMS
DENTISTj
First National Bank, Fourth-Floor
f
PHONE 388
Sterling Silver
AND
Silver Plated Ware
Call and we will be
pleased to show you
our newest and ex
clusive patterns. As
silver is likely to no
lusher in price, tlio
beat time to buy ii
now ::::::
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
JE1VCIER5.
Wo Aro OfirVrlmj On Sale For a Few
Drays Ono Uollnr SI aro Unttlca
of Improved
WAHOO
Compound Itlond and Ncrvo Tonlo Air
35cPER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for Ulicuninttam, Dlood,
Stomach, Iiivcrand Kidney Troubles.
Do Hot forget tlio price U3c per bottle
or a Tor 91.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
JOHN W. PGFiTF frf
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
17 Bait 0ft St., MAaVlLlX',Kt
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