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TEM DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 77, 1016
i 4 IIOKS M ACK H'HK WORRT TOPI 4 "What do you know about that a MILD cigarette that satisfies! J. "PROSPERITY" j . .T. J. .J. . . .J Chesterfields have done "the impossible" th :y satisfy and yet they are not strong. They are MILD I Chesterfields do for your smoking what baeon and eggs do for your breakfast they satisfy. And yet Chesterfields are MILD that's the point. No other cigarette can give you this nery enjo f ment (satisfy yet mild) because no cigarette mak if can copy the Chesterfield blend. This blend is an entirely new combination of tobaccos and is undoubtedly the most importa it new thing in cigarette making in 20 year?. "Give tne a package of those cigarettes that SATIS1 Y" CIGARETTES 10 for 5c Abo packed 20 or 10c The licnm, rntlc party in basing Its chief hope of victory In thli cam- pntfcii on tin- cry of "prosperity." "Wll win ha given us good times.'' say the Democratic orators, "therefore, he should h continued In office. The Democratic party took over control of the National (lovernnient on the 4th of March, 1913. In October of that year the new Democratic, tariff low went Into effort. PJctween Goto ber, 1913. ami the beginning of Au gust, IBM (whne war began In Ru rrpe), the Democratic pnrty and the Democratic tariff law hail the dcstlnler of the country In their keeping. And during that time the Democratic party and the Democratic tariff law ran ab solutely true to form. No Democratic spell-binder raised Mi voice In tlie (list seven months of I'M to talk about busy factories and prosperous working man! Ilelow Is a sample of the sort of Mffl that was appearing In the pa pers during the months when Mr. Wll son and his party were laying to pro duce prosperity without the assistance of munition contracts: . (Prom Tlnie-.Stnr Iff -. MM.) TWO MORE TX'I.NATI TRAINS TO HE REMOVED I'cnnxihanla Elites Continue Re trenchment Policy Cinrlnnntl Ter rltory In Raj Greatly A fleeted President of ('reat Rail road Tells of Economy. Retrenchment on the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburgh, which ha been In progress for sixly days and which will be given added Impetuh April 5. wll! not affect the Cincinnati territory quite so much ns in other sections, according to Clarence Hell, chief clerk to Superintendent llarnanl The latter was out of the city Thurs day, but according to a Pittsburgh dispatch, 25 trains have been an nulled on the system west of Pitts burgh and 2i more have been ordered discontinued on April It In this last batch arc two passenger trains bc- : ... n Cincinnati and Richmond, hid . known us 4t and M According to Chief Clerk Hell, the rctronclir.icnt plans were completed some moii'lis ago and were not unnounced until UN orders were effective. Reductions Ml operating forces really began laat fall, and on January 1, 1914, 13.00". less men were employed on tho system than bud been employed at a ourre sponding time the previous year. Dm force is now down to what official consider "bed rick." We once heard a preacher say thui a rich man has a hard time crowling Into heaven. Dut that isn't disturb ing our blissful dreams. I An exchange shouts tbat "dollar beet Is in sight," and here's hoping that editor is the biggest liar on earth. THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER Published Daily Except Sunday. Fourth of July. Thanksgiving ami I lnMin. by the Ledger Publishing Company, Mnj grille, Kentucky. Local and Long Distance Telephone No. 40. Office Public Ledger Buildin, Bantered at the Maysville, Kentucky. Postofflce aa Second-claaa Mall Matte For President Charles K. bghes of New York. For Vice-President Charles W, Fairbanks of Indiana For Congressman A. J. Pennington of Carter County. BRYAN, WILSON, HUGHES Some years ago an ardent disciple of William J. Bryan died it Connecticut. He left a modest estate and bequeathed a sum of mone. to his idol. In addition he left a sealed envelope containing diret tions to pay a handsome amount to Mr. Bryan. The widow and he. advisors did not recognize this document as an essential part of th testator's will and the needs of the widow were such that she did no' feel that she could spare the money. eYt Bryan went into the coute; fought that widow and tried to wrest from her the money which sh needed and which he could alalia in only a shadowy fashion. Th courts turned him away empty-handed. Six years afo Woodrow Wilson resigned the presidency of Priuc ton University in order to enter politics. He was elected governor o New Jersey and came into receipt of the largest salary he bad cm enjoyed. By reason of his polit'cal position and through the aid o George Harvey, then at the head of the Harper publishing eslablisl ment, Dr. Wilson's books took on an increased sale and bis royaltie were largely augmented. Yet he sought to persuade the trustees oi the Carnegie Teachers' Pension Fund to make him a grant thong1' his years in the professional chair did not entitle him to receive i' though the manner of his leaving the teaching profession did not warrant his claim, and though his financial circumstances were not such as to bring him within the purview of the Carnegie benevolence. The trustees turned him down. Five years ago Joseph Pulitzer died. He left a large estate, i portion of which comprised the great newspaper properties the New York World and the St. Iritis Post-Despatch. He sought the perpe tuity of those properties ami for that puriMise he named certain trus Mm. Among them was Charles E. Hughes, upon whom alone of all the trustees designated Mr. Pulitzer laid no limitation of his term of service. To Mr. Hughes Pulitzer bequeathed $100,000 as recompense for his service. Hughes declined the trust and the bequest, though at the tints he had nothing but his salary aa a justice of the supreme court, though there was no legal bar to his accepauce, though the wishes of the testator were not only clearly expreat in the will, but bad been reinforced by oral aieasagea before Mr. PulitMr'l death. Today Bryan in order to advance Wilson's political fortunes, i: assialing Hughes with veiled insinuations of dishonorable conducl today Wilson's press agents and advocates mi t lu slump are defaut ing Hughes' integrity mid motives, today Wilson himself is wit bin I hair's breadth of the same thing. Yet above is the instructive record of the three men Bryan, Wi! son and Hughes. Blooiainftoo, 111., Pantograph. TO CHARM AWAY THE SHADOWS Some Hayollle People Hare I,fame4 How To (let Relief. How many peoplo suffer from an aching back? How few know the cause? If It hurts to stoop or lift If you suffer sudden, darting pains - If you arc weak, lame and tired Suspect your kidneys. Watch for nature's signal. The first sign may he headache or dizziness. Scanty, painful, or too frequent urination. Nervousness or a constant, dead tired feeling. Avert the so lorn kidney disease, Treat the weakened kidneys with Moan's Kidney Pills. A remedy especially for sick kid neys. Gratefully endorsed by residents of this locality. Mrs. Alice Bradford, Hotel Brad ford, Augusta, Ky., Bays: "My kid neys were In bad shape and I waa nervous and dizzy. My bend ached and I felt weak and tired In the morn ing. A neighbor suggested taking Dean's Kld'iey Pills and I used some. They made me feel very much better. I advise anyone suffering as I did to use Donn's Kidney Pills." Price BOc at all dealers. Don't simply at-k for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Bradford had. Foster-Mllburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. w000r0w mjobbly ilson' Ways Lisrawiti riAitei no. in President Wilson says that he will 'maintain the dipnitj of his office" by not milk 1 1 any stump speeches. But was making stump speeches more than a year ago, when he declared Cat the Republican party had not had a now idea In .10 years, and when he denounced that party for maintaining what he called outworn economic principles, on the tariff question. Why does he so suddenly change his mind to the effect of stump speeches upon the "dignity of his office?" if election were over V bile Democrats ire Ailiuittidh the Champion QaMtisa Heads, It is Believed This Qajf Is us I n MswtmMe us Their I. ChlMMke Start. Greater Bargains Than Ever At the New York Store Did you get one of our beautiful Suits nt a reduced price! We had to telegraph for more; be here tomorrow. COATS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN We sold more than ever. Our prices are much lowi han other places. LADIES' SILK AND CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS just in. They are beauties. You must see them. Prices f)8o and tip. SH0E8 Our Shoo Department is kept busy, 'an not be duplicated. $IM and $2.98 (Jet that Blanket and Comfort while they are cheap HATS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN We can not get enough of them. No wonder our prices are about half what others ask. New York Store S. STRAUS, Proprietor. Phnne 571. President Wilson is repoited to believe that Fridays, black eats, and Ill's are lucky. As a result he is being deluged with charnu rod tokens of all kinds. From on wmuhii admirer he lias received a four leafed clover picked at hk feet during a speech. Is this designed to make pleasant reading for future general ions, and to div ert thell minds from the picture of unavenged, wrecked American homes i' Mexico, and avenged Lusatania babies lying in rows in I foreign nmr gue? Or are the charms to be used against an evil day of self-eon detonation for too much said and too little don. If the public library has a copy of Woodrow Wilson's "Histon of the American People", some of our foreign-born fellow-cit ien will find something to interest them in CollUM 5, page 118, ulier the distinguished author says: "The Chinese arei more to be d sired as workmen, if not as citizens, than most of the course en v that crowding in every year at the Kastern ports." Just before starting to pitch the first world's series game foi Urooklyn Kube Marquiril unnounced he was going to take the stump for Wilson. A few minutes later he was knocked out of the b Yes, coming events surely do east their shadows before. Some of our Democratic exchanges, since the rise in the price sj bread, are advising the women to make their own bread. Hut baeon is thirty cents a pound and the board of health won't let us keep couple of hogs in the back yard any more. Ollie James says tbat Woodrow Wilson filled the dinner pails ol the workmen of the country. If he has such a wonderful power a that, why doesn't he till the treasury without calling upon the Amen can people to dig up additional taxes? One of the criticisms or Wilson is his "just rocking along" policy Hughes has a record of consistency that should appeal to the V4 III this age of troublesome times. A 34 per ceut increase in the cost of the principal foodstuffs i the way the Wilson adiauiisttation baa kept its pledge to the people If election day were past would I'resM.-ni Wilson make so little of the principle f arbitration in industrial disputes? Would he be so sure that It Is more Important to preserve peace. when a great strike is threatened, than It Is to Make Judicial a)etho4l rather than force the means of settling dif ferences between capital and labor? If election day had come and gone would Mr Wilson keep the national Ciinrdsiticii of the country In camp on the BTOniMl thai they may be needed to protect the t'nlted States against Mexico? Would there be months of Inaction nnd Indecision in which no use Is made of 11 large body of citizen soldiers? Would (bey not he allowed to go home or else be set in motion to make Mexico as safe a neighbor as the Administration seems to think that It is already? If election day were past would the President drive through Congress a bill like the shipping hill which Is In tend, 'd to embark the federal govern ment upon a new venture In a hazard ous field nnd use ."iO,QOO,000 of the people's BMoey to buy tannage held have Ma nonael value or else so owned that If cannot be used without peril of International complications? Is sound public policy behind such measure or only campaign politics? If election day were not to he con sidered would Woodrow Wilson use so ninny high and tnlgbiy words In inter national notes and do so little to make th nana anything practical? Would his deeds lag so far behind hla Idirases? Cleveland Leader. The President must be credited with having put a slick one over If he can get the votes and make the people pay the freight. You can't afford to keep a good car in an unlit place. We can provide safe, clean and convenient storage for a limited number of machines. Right now is the time to see about it so you will be sure to get a place. Or if you want a cover for the car we will gerre yon best Latin politeness is proverbial, but aren't these Mexican commissioners exceeding the limit when they persist In likening Woodrow Wilson to Van ustluuo Carruuzul $100 Itenard, Clou The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science hat been able to cure In all its stages, and tbat is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh lelng a i -oust national disease, requires a constitutional treatment, Halle Ca tarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surtaces of the system, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patteui strength b building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work. Th proprietora have so much faith In its curative powera that they offer On liundied Dollars for any caae tbat H fails to cure Send for list of taatl nionlala. Addreaa: K J. CHUNKY a CO Toledo, O. old by all Drugglate. -fa-Take Hall a Fainllt I'llls fn an I IF NOT THIS THEN THIS You may not be able to get away to the ,akes or mountains this summei to eojoy the natural breeze. Your next best way to find comfort is an ELECTRIC FAN. It will keep you cool and comfortable day and night all summer at less than half a cent an hour. ELECTRIC SHOP f Maysville Gas Co., Incorporated THE UNIVERSAL CAR J ' NEW PRICES AUGUST 1, 1916 Tbe following prices for Ford cars will be effective on and after August 1st, 1916: Chassis $325.00 Runabout 345.00 Touring Car 360.00 Ooupelet 505.00 Town Car 595.00 Sedan 645.00 a a. Detroit These prices are positively guaranteed againat any reduction before August lat, 1917, but there la no guaran tee against an advance in price at any time. CENTRAL OARAGE COMPANY WHY NOT TRY LEDGER WJLHT AST SALT BrS?3E SALT SALT ZtSt M. C. Russell Co.