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THB DAILY PUBLIC LEDOKR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6 1916.
First Year Ever Sold
Sanitary and Clean
FARMERS, JAKE NOTICE!
We bav. junt received supply
coal fresh from the nnnea and are pre
pared to deliver your coal right at
your coal houae. provided you llv.
where we can go with a motor truck,
We will haul your wheat to town for
you and only charge you what It la
actually worth. Youra for buaineaa,
ATLAS COAL CO.
For that Spring Cold use
For Colds in the head or Catarrh
For Chapped Skin use
PICARDS SNOW WHITE
For your Complexion use
PICARD S COMPLEXION SOAP
For the Nest Shampoo usp
A. D. S. LIQUID SHAMPOO.
Any of these articles sell for 25c
and can be bought at
Pecor Drug Co.
22 W. 8econd St
BROUl'8 OK VOTERS NKHJH
fUnifM OK TKMPOKAKY
MMMMH l CAPITAL
LEAVE KOR HOMES.
Washington. November 3 The quad
rennial exodus of voters temporarily
resident in Washington has begun. Kv-
ery outbound train carries them, and
railroad agents conservatively esti
mated today that more than 3,000
voters' tickets had been sold during
the past few days, with many of these,
who live nearby, still to be provided
for. Among these voters are Govern
ment clerks and officials, both Demo
cratic and Republican. Some have
been living and working in Washing
ton for years, but still cling to their
right to cast a ballot in their home
districts at least once every four years
Are you lacking in strength and
vigor? Are you weak? Are you sick
if, always complaining- You should
take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
Nature's own remedy thoro, purl
fylng, strengthening. 35c. J. Jas Wood
TD THE PUBLIC:
The new Telephone Directory will go to press on October 10th
in voi r yv.w hoc se n.ws
bo sure to have the architects mak.
gf nerntia provlalon for the bathroom.
No other room la ao important from a
health standpoint Anil apeciiy mni we . .... , ,, .... tit
- - - . , - A changes in present hstiiH? and nil new listing should I
do the plumbing work too. Then you n i ts h
will he sure of arenulne sanitary work ranged for lit MM
and only reasonable chargea. If you are without telephone service, order a telephone now and
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS SUPPLY COMPANY
New Oddfellow It'illdlnir. Sutton Hirer'.
Telephone i. II. 0. WOOI. Wanarer.
i;aa Supplies. Stoves and Range
Plumbing and Oa' FliUnn
DRINKIN THE WORLD
ATALL GROCERY STORES,
CAFES AND STANDS.
5 A BOTTLE.
IE IT'S ROOKUOOO
IT'S THE II EST HIKKEI
WHAT MARINE WAR COSTS
New York. November 3 One thou
sand eight hundred and twenty mer
chant ships, with an aggregate gross
tonnnge of approximately 3,328,f48,
were sunk by belligerent nation dur
ing the 27 months of war ending No
vember 1. according to figures com
piled from cable dispatches nnd mall
advices, and published here today by
the Journal of Commerce.
The losses during October were lar
ger than for any one of the preceding
live months, according to the statistics,
amounting to 127 vessels of a total of
'27.1 It! tons gross. The October rate
of destruction was considerably In ex
cess of the monthly average through
out the war period, and Hrltish ship
ping sustained losses nearly equal to
those of August and September com
bined. Norway lost the largest num
ber of ships, 56, according to the sta
tistics, but their gross tonnage was
only 57,333, as compared with Great
llrltu in's total loss of 115.546 gross
tonnage of 3S vessels destroyed.
A table showing the total shipping
losses since the war began estimate
thoao of the Entente Allies at about 7"
per cent and those of neutrals at near
ly 18 per cent, with Teutonic losses
less than 7 per cent.
Due Pound Packages, One Pound Chun
Sold by all First Class Oram
E. It. WEUSTEK CO.
III SIIEI.S OK KI.IES
The championship In the fly on
lost inaugurated at West I'nl. ti, last
June, when health officer. W. h. Ktl
cnld, announced a reward of t.M t
the West I'nlon resident aide to pr
duce the greatest number of fly scalps
at the cloae of the open s.usin foi
hies, wns on Wednesday morning ot
this week awarded to Miss Opal Jones.
who produced 43 pints--dry measure
Of the dead bodies of the victims of
bar flv catching activities. Mrs. ('. A
Trottr was second with 41 pints to
her credit. A total of 3S4 pints --six
bushels, stroke measure were turn
ed over to the health officer duriiu'
fflARRMR TIIIR I'Y-KOI I. I KAHH
(Alt. Olivet Tribune-Oeii.ccrat.l
One often hears the exprcsrion. "old
goose." hut few people know lo what
as;e the goose lives. David Douglas,
a well-to-do-fanners, who ow ns a good
farm lying in Mason and Robertson
counties, near Sardls, has a maimer
that has broken tho record for
longevity. It was hatched thirty-four
yeai'H ago the past summer and is still
l.ealthy and active.
your name will appear :n the new book.
For rates nnd other information enll Telephone
MAYSVILLE TELEPHONE COMPANY, incorporated.
Special Prices on
J. i . EN FRETT & CO.'
IS HOSTILE TO THE
FAB M ERSM NTERESTS
Union Leader Asks Congress to
Get Back to the Soil
Would Raise Plow to the Level of
Henry N. Pope, president of the As
sociation of Slate farmers' Union
Presidents, has lamed statement in
pamphlet form to members of the union
poll, ling out discriminations In the I'll
donvood tarifT against the agricultural
interests favoring protection on all
fam products and dMtmndUkJJ a revi
sion of the tariff so i tin t the farmers
will not he compelled to sell In a free
market and buy In a protected one. In
discussing the subject the head of the
union said: "The effect of the Under
wood tariff acts to protect capital and
labor engaged In nmimlacturlng anil
to expose to world competition capital
and labor engaged In production. It
Is perhaps the most antagonistic
expression congress ever made toward
the ngriciillurul Interests of this na
tion, and had not Hie European war
nrreal d its operation, would have
HENRY N. POPE
wrouilhl disaster to I lie farmers of the
country. This tariff gives a protec
tion of approximately six billion dollars
per un .utn to capital and labor en
gaged in manufacturing, but gives no
protection to the farms. When released
from war influences this tariff will
reduce the selling price of farm prod
mis approximately a billion dollars
per annum. It brings capital and labor
employed on the farm In direct compe-
IN REFURNISHING THE HOME IT IS NOT NECESSARY
TO MAKE THE ENTIRE OUTLAY AT ONCE.
Do it systematically, adding one new article ever so often
By adopting t li is plan witb us wbere we can maintain the
harmony of delign nil through yon will be surprised bow sooi.
and at bow small a cost the hone will be furnished throughout.
Mcllvain, Knox & Diener Co.
Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 250. Night Phone 19.
tltion with free lands In primitive
countries nnd compels the farmer to
compete with wild men who live in
trees nnd eaves nnd raise their chil
dren in nakedness and ignorance. The
only purpose and the only result of
taking agricultural products off the
protected and placing them on the free
list was to reduce the price. The act
was therefore deliberately unfriendly
to the fanners of the nation. The next
session of congress should revise the
tn riff and get back to the soil with
protection. Giving to the plow the
same friendly consideration that la
now given to the factory.
ltd I II BIMI CtHHEHT - MTAI.
PARTI aARARRRg l OllCWiO
PHKPM I VICTORY II VS.
Chicago, November 3 .Managers of
the Republican and the Democratic
A eaters headquarters here each ex
pressed tcday confidence that his party
would be victorious in next Tuesday's
Alvin T. Hart, Republican managei.
announced that final reports from
states in his jurisdiction were more
favorable than any yet received. Re
publican leaders today claimed Wla
ooiisin, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, North
and South Dakota. .Minnesota, Idaho,
and even .Missouri and Kentucky aa
! certain for Hughes and Fairbanks.
Senator Thomas J. Walsh, Dcrao-
. cratic Western manager, issued a
statement declaring Democratic pros
pects never were brighter. The state
ment said final reports indicated every
Western slate claimed by the Republi
cans is either reasonably safe for
President Wilson or doubtful.
Heniocrats will close their campaign
In Chicago tomorrow with a" mass
meeting for business men and i allies
lor men and women in every section of
Republicans will end their fight with
noon meetings at hundreds of factor
ies, rallies for women in each Con
gressional district, and a torchlight
, made through the down-town streets
To replace the usal eyelets and
hooka on shoos a German has invented
clasps that fold down flat when shoe
strings are passed around them and
Every grocery store has its customers who
order POSTUM regularly instead of coffee.
They are former coffee drinkers who, for
health's sake, changed their table drink.
If you suspect that coffee contributes to your
discomfort 01 illness, ask the grocer for the
names of several POSTUM users in your
neighborhood; get in touch with them and
hear their story.
Or, secure a tin
it on the family
of INSTANT POSTUM and try
table for ten days instead of
There's a Reason" for POSTUM