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Onco on n timo there lived a gooso, and a
I. . very profitable goose she wag. Sho gave her
owner a steady income, for when she laid an
egg that egg was golden.
Now, the proprietor of the goose must have
been of tho got-rich-quick variety of humanity.
As tho story is told by Aesop, the proprietor
argued that if ho should cut the goose opon he
would find 'inside a goodly number of golden
eggs. What was tho use of waiting upon tho
slow process of Nature? He wanted those
cggs in a bunch. So ho proceeded to got a
knifo and to conduct the surgical operation.
The operation was highly successful as au
operation but unfortuuntoly tho goose died.
There were, of course, no eggs inside, and all
that the proprietor could do was to array him
self in sackcloth and sprinkle himself with
relies and sit down to lament his foolislness.
Ho had killed his goose that had laid tho
L'V golden eggs.
That little fable is applicable to the past
campaign. There is a standard policy of tho
i lXepublicnn party that demands that American
industiies and American wages shall be guard
ed against the inroads of tho products of cheap
r -labor-abroad. That policy is called Protec-
Protection is providing a steady supply of
golden coin. It has kept tho millsjuid factor-
ieant" work. It hn.f OBt&w these lAills and
factories to manufacture olTa large scale, so
d that now we are actually competing with Eu--'
ronean countries in the markets of. the world.
It has enabled the employers" to-pay -tbeir'ohPn
ployees much higher wages than aro paid on
the other side ot the Atlantic.
Year after year Protection goes on laying
those golden nuggets. And now it is pro
posed by theyory excellent but exceedingly
f-; impractical doctrinaire of Princeton to kill
' 'Protection to shut off tho tide of prosperity.
) -Of course, Dr. Wilsou does not personally
T believe that Piotectiou Js necessary to pros-
", perity. He argues thut if we" did not '.have
fs'-vHt; if we could only smash the Tariff in a
'. "radical" manuer, wo should be better off;
that the mills would do more work than over
Nndjhat there would bo better wages.
Wilson is a theorist very much like tho
feman who owned the gooso that laid the
'"That gentleman reasoned precisely as Dr.
Wilson is reasoning to-day. Ho killed his
gooso uudor tho impression that ho would
make money by so doing. Dr. Wilson would
kill Protection the policy under which Amer
ican industries have boon built up under the
"" "foession. Philadelphia Inquirer.
LK, &'ps From &exas.
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IJTherojno, more sonso in kicking against
$ the pricks thah thoro is in butting one'a head
1' against a stone wall.
Tho people of a Southern Indiana town had
a clenning-up day not long ago which is ro
.portod to havo boon a hugo success. Prior to
tho ovont those who were loading tho movo
mont covered tho town with circulars, urging
tho citizens to do their duty. Some extracts
fromjho circulars aro reproduced:
"A town is as cloan as its people."
"An ounco of prevention is worth a p6und
"Lot everybody shovel, rako and burn. Let
tho cleansing smoko ascond to the skies."
"While you aro cleaning don't forgot the
"An hour's work cleaning up tho premises
may savo you months of illness. Make the
back yard pay a dividend in good health."
"Clean up so tho fly will pass on in his search
for filthy premises. Bo first to clean up in
Some of theso admonitions aro by no means
original, but thoy contain so much of good
advico that thoy aro worthy tho respectful con
sideration of every public-spirited citizon. A
good many people aro prone to forget the
backyard or to omitit from tho scheme of
cleanliness and boautification, but it is more
important in the long run than the front lawn
and ought by no means to be neglected. If
it cannot bo mado a bowor of.beauty it at least
may bo kept free from "disease-breeding rub
bish. Every day should be a clean-up day in
tho back yard to the ond that it bo clear of
feeding places for flies and breeding places for
mosquitoes. The back yard which recoives
proper attention will, indeed, "pay a dividend
in good health." Courier-Journal.
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A few ollhrse now uleotloni;
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Z, iTrovatora "Home toOur Mountalni!" Veliella'i Itillao tUtid.
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And large aeleotlon ol other Rccordi,
Records, 60c to $7. Vlclrolns, $15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Where Quality and Clan Relim Supremy.
. , BACK TO THE OLD FARM,
A charm lee lummer paiteral por
trayrdbythe KisacayEaitern players
A LIMITED DIVORCE
LIKE A CAT, THEY DAME BACK
THE HEART OF JOHN QRIMM
Excellent Story. UcautlfulSconery
MUSIC BY DOUBLE H MUSICAL TEAM
LEST YOU FORGET
The postal authorities require
paptra g jot through the malls to
bo paid for to adranoe biforo
thoy are eligible to tha mall as
K joar Public Leiceji stops,
remembor the came.
A man will try to marry tho elrl he Ivo!; a
l:l will try to love tho man she marries
A rain loves a woman fur what he think
tln.ls. A woman loves a man for what sbo
koowa hu I.n't.
In the brgioDlcK tha woman forsakes the wotld
for tho man, In the ond the man forsakes the
weman for the world.
AT THE SEELBACH
TO MOTHER EARTH
What Corn and Potato Clubs Do
For the Boys.
GROWTH OF THE MOVEMENT.
In Louisvillo School Improvement
League Will Moet Saturday
Baltimore Sun: in speaking of tho vice
presidency, who is Vice President, anyhow?
Clevehnd Plain Dealer: Why not let tho
"turkey ti'ot die a natural death?
The earth is an onormus pill that -usually
41 makes .pooplo sick as soon as the sugar coafc
Detroit r Lionel Roosevelt may
discoveiy f.firly methods of
"pfocew with the people.
Pittsburgh a.... f Bets on Bryan are being
placed in Wall street, vith a steadily lessening
of odds. Significant? Why, of cDurse!
Cleveland Plain Dealer: Tho Republicans
ought to be just twice as happy this year.
There aro now two band wagons to climb on.
The fitat anttnl convocation of School Im
provement League workers Is called for 2 p.
m.Satut"day, November 30th, la the audito
rium of the SeeLbach Hotel in Louisvillo.
Representatives from all parls of tie state
The Child Wclfaro Cooforonce will show
"What we are doinjj for our children."
'Whit wa are Lot doin for cur childrao."
"What we ouhl to no for our children."
"To love let us add knowledge..
To Pension Ex-Prosidents is Se
verely Condemned by
Milwaukee Sentinel: "I am a hasbeeu,"
says John D. Rockefeller with tears iti his
voice. John, it seems is preparing to tako a
fall out of somebody.
Washington Star: After thoughtfully con
sidering Iresident Tuft's experience Mr. Car
negie might bo persuaded to revise that idea
of a pension and make it a hero medal.
Chicago News: Mr. Carnegie evidently
finds it pleasanter to bo generous than to
waste his money in riotous tjdxpaying.
Memphis Commercial-Jlji)j)eal: California
loved them both so well she camo near being
a Presidential bigamist.
New Yorh Telegram: It's u quoer thing
how tho slate makers havo overlooked Colonel
Baltimore American'. Tho dove of peaco
is in for some rough handling.
St. Louk 'GloVe-Democrat'. Mr. Bryan may
elect to bo a Democrat at large.
Washington Post'. Tho man who pre
sented Mr. Cannon with a Biblo bvidontly
never road onq of TJncle Joe's campaign
A'ew York Herald, ,
It seenid to us thit If L'r. Andrew Carnegie
has $ 125,000,0 JO tb it is giving him trouble
be might better have a big bin Cro and burn
it up Fou'tb of July style than settk to create
a private pension fund for men who have
held the office of President.
If there is ever anything to bs done In the
way of ponaloniDg Presidents it will bs dooo
by act of Coogrexa and the money will come
from the Treasury of the United States. Mr.
Ca.cegio may have more money to expend oo
pensions than the Unitod States, but we doubt
it, and the tims is far ofT when an Amoriean,
pussessod of large wealth, 'will get anything
but advertising out of a proportion to do
rfomothing that the country should do.
Jefferson County Loads With Its Mag
nificent Gardening Land How Wil
liam Frey Grow Eighty-eight Duaholo
of Potatoes on One-fourth of an A cro.
Qrntlunlly tho thinking school "people
aro beginning to soo und understand
that if tho pnrcnta will not go to
tho school tho school must go to the
homo und mako Itself felt. Nothing
lms helped mora In this movement
than tho boys' corn and potato clubs
in this and many other states. The
tremendous growth of tho movement
Is due largely to a rational use of the
children's enthusiasm and desire TO
DO SOMETHING THKMSELVKS.
PLEASURE IN ACHIEVEMENT
COMES FROM DOING IT YOUR
SELF, and pleasure in achievement Is
the largest factor in human life.
William and Walter Frey live about
eight miles from Louisvillo In n splen
did farming and gardening section of
Jefferson county. When your reporter
Judging From the Amount of
Wo havo Bold so far till senson, we must bo giving tho
tho customers splendid vnlurs or thoy would not ifcvor
U8 with their valuablo patronage Those that havo not
b.-uiKht mako money by linylnf; or iib.
Jlahy Crib Blankets, 40c.
Whito anil Grey Blankets, 40o.
Full slzn IllanketR. Ht)c.
llest $1 Blanket and Comfort in tho country.
All Wool Blankets very cheap.
f.l Sllkollno Comforts, 31.08.
IjADIKS', GENTS', CIIIIDHEN'S, UNDERWEAR Ladles'
Best lido Underwear in the town; ace them. Beat l!5o Union Suits
for children mado. Men's heavy llecccd 30o; no seconds. Ladle'
and Children's Sweaters cheap.
DHE9S GOODS Wo sold tuoro serges tho past month than
last season. All-wool Serges 40c. Serges aro all tho go you know.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S COATS-lt is now known that you
get thu best values lier.
NEW YORK STORE s- SJ;,
-ran he 87i.-
SAFE AND SANE.
First Mortgago Land Notes, yielding O and 7 per cent.
A safo cmplojnicnt for jour money.
PRANK H. CLA.RKB, First National Bank Building.
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
i i . nwiiminTii . Tl srfftrlsiii
A GOOD SHOCK.
visited them on Saturday, 2d of No
vember, he found them busy storing
"second crop" potatoes for the winter
William Frey, tho elder hrothor, grew
one-fourth of an acre of potatoes this
season. He harvested eighty-eight
bushels of nplendld tubers ou tho plot
When ho was asked nbout tho crop
and its cultivation, ho said:
"Yes, that yield was somo bettor than
most of tho uelghbors urouud hero.
You see, eighty-eight bushols on my
little piece Is the same as 117 barrels
to the acre. Of course I did some
things tho neighbors didn't do, because
I did all of my work from the dlvec
tlons the government sent me. Every
body plows umnui'o uudor when they
brouk the ground In tho spring, but 1
used my two big wagon loads of rotted
manure for a top dressin' after my po
tntoes wore In tho ground.
"Tho folks thnt camo over hero said
my potatoes wore darker green than
any of the others in the neighborhood,
in wo all saw that the vines were
mighty heavy nn' fine. 1 wont over the
patch three times with a fourteen tooth
War . ., . . v . u!r--
OF WOMAN'S LIFE
From 40 to 50 Years of Age.
How It May Be Passed
Odd, Va.: "I am enjoying better
health than I havo for 20 years, and I
bchovo 1 can safely
say now that I am a
well woman. I was
reared on n farm and
had all kindsof heavy
work to do which
caused tho troubles
that camo on mo la
ter. For fivo yeurs
during tho Chango of
Lifo I was not ablo
to lift a pail of wa
ter. I had hemor
rhages which would last for weeks and I
was not able to sit up in bed. I suffered
a great deal with my buck and was so
nervous I could scarcely sleep at night,
and I did not do any housowork for three
"Now I can do as much work as
nny woman of my ago in tho county,
thanks to tho benefit I havo received
from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. I recommend your remedies
to all Buffering women." Mrs. Martha
L. Holloway, Odd, Va.
No other medicine for woman's ills has
received such wide-spread and unquali
fied endorsement Wo know of no other
Buccess as has Lydia E. Pinkham's ncrf; Bf?ro !, T'?' U,th'S 8pri"R !
VoTornUn r-omnonn.l. For moro than 30 Mattered four big loads Of mailliro 80 1
years it has Lvcn tho standard remedy C0(UT,(1 turn " 'm,or; , ,
for woman's 1111 l wnH Bln to tl0 ,nor Plowlti nn'
-rt ,.,.. i.,,iui. oiti.r,4- .-i..i.4- cultlvnlln' than anybody arouud hero
bloCompounalU help yon, write It bo I had to quit early. I did cultivate
toLydlaE.l'InlcliamMcriicliiaGo.'Mt four times nn' didn't stir tho ground
rconfiricntliil) Lynn. MnHH.. for utl more than two inches dcon. Tho dlrec-
Vlco. Your lottur Will bo opened, , tlons for corn makes that a mlehtv
read and rtnawcj'Cd by tv woman, ,tronc point,"
and held In strlilt conndouco. "ironfc D0,n' . . .
A I CTfl nANKTnC,
THE BUSINESS MEN
&ro tally awar of tho ralue of jood drcsslDK as a
huiluest asset. Ttisy rPttarrt well made, perfect
Ittln attire as muoli ot nn csicatlalnt the at
trictlr.! qiulltlei ot a weil kept ator3 or olllco.
Toe oulv ciueitloa U wlio li the tailor who can
tiake them the muit lutlsfactery garments?
There can oj noqucitlon of doubt If you place
your order with us. Hcmcmber thli 1 the only
tore In this tectlon where you can buy Ed. V.
rrlon'1 111:1 e to meatuee clothri. Soe tho new
tiroivni wa are howluic for $18 tot22, they are
repeater. Kemeinoerwu reualr all our dry cleau
not'i fre of sharo la a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
OH West Front Street. MaynvlIU, Hy.
Cor. Sixth Avenue
and Vine Street,
American Plan. European Plan.
While the tariff a not incluled in the i ter
progrjro, early arrivals in Washington a-o
planning a busy rossloo
Samaol Gompers was re elected President of
tho American Fedoration of Libor orer Mai
Hayes of-tbe International TypoKraphical Union
Saturday at Kocheiter. Ur. Gjmpera has held
the Presidency since 189o.
Tho madorn woman need:. to bg., tenaclona.
forshehaa to keep her tempar t - jfer
cook and keep ber youth to keep ber GuTband.
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
wjr.LiAM niKr and his potatoes.
cultivator, nn' I was careful not to let
It cut deeper than two inches. After
that 1 gave it two workiu's with n five
"Yes, my potatoes will get tho first
prize this year in this county. It'll
mako tho quarter of an aero pay
inlBhty well, because it's $50 iu gold."
Walter Frey, tho youuger brother
has an aero of corn In tho contest, hut
It had not been husked when your cor
respondent visited tho farm early In
November. Tho ground showed that
careful work had boon done during the
summer, nud the eighteen hugo shocks
that stood upon tho aero gnvo promise
of a largo ylold.
"I planted tho Boone County White
that tho stato furnished us boys," he
said In answer to my questions, "but 1
only got about half a stand of corn, so
I had to use so'ino of our own Uoonc
County for replnntlug tho aero. Of
course a bad stand is a mighty poor
start In a corn contest Next time I tint
goln' to test tho seed so as to be sure
about my stand.
"Yes, I used n lot of mnnttro on that
The French Minister of Finance arj
nounctd officially that the births in
Franco in 1011 wcro 100,000 less than
ten years ago.
During tho week prices ot pig iron
havo advanced 2550 cents a ton,
with largo sales reported in the Bir
State University lias been suspended
from membership in the Southern In
tercolleginto Athletic Association by
action ol tho Executive Committee of
J, L, Tarltou has sold to J. Howard
Ford ol Stony. Ford, N, Y., tho world's
champion trotting yearling, Airdale,
by Tregnntlr, Miss Facnio Summers
by Bow Hells, (or tho handsome sum
of $12,500, tho highest price paid for
a yearling trotter in Kentucky for a
largo number of years,
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Ffoor
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