Newspaper Page Text
W ii I I it
i i r i
ethb public ledger
lMlLT-Mcsrr irfDAT, irocimt OP JOLT, tiuXesuiviho
A. F CURRANT Editor nnd Publisher.
y-1 ! '
NtocUnrt Long Mn AC I
iplstanoe Telephone U. tu.
orrios runt.10 LKtiasn nuttuiNOf
Oiir. ..., f W
Nix Month.. -. no
'flirrc Sfoiilha -.. - - ',
JtSllVKIiKl) DY CAIilllKlt,
Per Blonlli.. , - 35 Crisis
PayabU to Colltctor at tntt of Month.
'ALT. ftUMICRlPTIONB AIIK OA91I IN A WAN OK.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAP!'.
f ark -'
L:'. Jh '-' ' j mn. TftMM
inft'a lint is nlao Sa the ring.
K! -liK .. tt,An sxtirit nnttu ul 1 1 ff TT?U lute 'ltlff
fV$.-.H UUK.NI-UUU3, U;il UHii, m...w..,,
E.t'r.' . '
''shoos, sodn fountains, picnics,, baseball! Can
;rf Colonol Roosevelt surely cannot lay claim
Uo'any sinceiity, judging from his treat mont
of Presidout Taft.
There -wero thousands of whisky and wine
- glasses on the Titanic but not a single spy
glass .in the pilot houses or the crows nest.
An uninstructcd delegation to the Baltimore
.Convention is a confession by the people that
they are too ignorant to know who they arc
'i - i
for. Carlisle Mercury.
't-.lHL-liJtiLi!!irJLMW-l t'l, 'ft ' ,SBg
There are times when a peasant takes pre-
t; cedenco if a millionaire women take their
:,placo iu the life-boat while men go down with
the ship, as in the direful fate of the Titanic.
'"; " ' President Taft is sending out his very latest
?. .photograph with autograph salutations and
signature, to district delegates of the various
l, states to the .Republican National convention.
It's a sate bet tuat one win not no eciu w
During the period from 1904 to 1909 Ken
tucky advanced from fourth place among the
States of the Union in the manufacture of dis
tilled liquors to second place. In 1909 the
value of the products for the industry was
' $44,300,000, or 21.7 per cent of the total re-
sported for the entire country.
As Mr. ltoosevelt is fond of aping the
,;virturc3 of Abraham Lincoln, ho should pay
par.ticular attention at this time to "Honest
-Abe's" famous epigram, wherein he says
.; " You can fool all the people part of the time
'(irid nart of the neonle all the time, but you can
?", hot fool all the people all the time"
?:' Teddy fooled the entire public part of the
ktimo, but the world knows a demagogue now
"'when it sees one.
President Taft's administration has pro
Quoted the health and safety of the people, as
evidenced by the vigorous enforcement of the
National Pure Food and Drug Act and the
rPresidont's support and approval of the head
' P.that department in the faithful discharge of
.. duties; and bv the act conferring authority
K'V. - .
Stipon the Interstate Commerce Commission to
investigate important railroad accidents. In
-the creation of the Tariff Board President
Vraft has 'initiated the first efficient means of
..arriving at an intollrgont revision of tho tariff
schedules and tho adjustment of any ineqnali
'ties that may therin oxist, and of placing tariff
rrovision beyond tho control of selfish interests
which have too often been ablo to dictate or
.influence tho fixing of special schedules.
A convention, of tho Prohibition Party of
'Kehtuoky will rueot iu Louisville, May ?8th.
Delegates will bo appointee to the national
convention which meets at Atlantio City, Now
Jersey in auuc, and a State ticket nominated,
Theodore Roosevelt Was President of tho
United States from September lflib, 1901 to
March 4th, 1909.
During tho whole of
that time Senators
Teddy and the Bosses. Nelson W. Aid rich of
Rhodo Island and
Boies Penrose of Penn
sylvania were members of the United Statos
Joseph G. Cannou was elected Speaker of
tho House of Representatives in 190.'), two
years after Mr. Roosevelt became President,
and served in that capacity throughout tho
whole Roosevelt administration.
Thomas C. Piatt, the "boss" of New York
State, who first suggested Roosevelt for Vice
President, was a member of the Sonato in the
-Roosevelt administration until ho died.
Senator W. Murray Crane of Massachusetts
was elected with the cordial assent of Presi
dent Roosevelt and was always cordially, wel
comed at the White House as long as Mr.
Roosevelt remained there.
Senator William Lorimer served in the
House of Representatives through tho whole
of the Roosevelt administration and Mr. Roose
velt said of him: "Larimer was my friend
before my star was in its ascendancy, and I am
Billy's friend now."
Roosevelt sent William H. Taft to Akron,
Ohio, to denounce "boss" Cox of Cincinnati
and then later ate at the same table with Cox
as an intimato friend.
When "Gas" Addicks was turned back at
every movo by the decent element of Dele
ware Roosevelt had him seated at tho Chicago
convention in 1904.
Will anybody point out a specific instance
at any time, anywhere, when Theodore Roose
velt ever denounced any of these men while he
Did he ever try to defe.it Jo3oph G. Can
non for Speaker?
Did he ever refuso Nelson W. Aldrich or
Boies Penrose an open door and a cordial
welcome at the White House?
Did he ever refuso Tom Piatt anything
except when he thought ho could seive his
own selfish ends better himself?
Didn't Billy Lorimer get everything ho over
asked for of Theodore Roosevelt while ho was
in the White House?
Did a greater hypocrite over live than Theo
dore Roosevolt, who is now walking up and
down tho country crying for votes as a "re
ceptive candidate" for a third term?
Was there over a better example of "crooked
politics" than this?
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
You liavcn't bought Yellow lMno Flooring at Hint prlco for
n long time, Iinvo 7011? It's a llttlo aft grnrto, lint will
answer for many purposes. Cmno'aiul look at it.
Ohio River Lumber Go
Offering V AL U fcS
In good, reliable WATCHES that cannot be equalled anywhere Call
and let us show bow good nnd cheap they nre. DIAMONDS, white brilliant
and beautiful cutting; excellent values not equalled anywhere, CLOCK8,
Beth Thomas, New Haven and Gilbert clocks. We are offering a regular $3
clock tor $2. Sec our $1 alarm clocks. Uring your eye troubles to me. We
can furnish you the best OLASSES.'madefor otic half others charge.
P. J. MURPHY,
iw ml tHujm- liftS
wvThe Public Ledger, loom mid Ions
Ths Catholic Slstorhood, of Loretta st the
foot of Ue Cross Thursday colebrated Its
centenary, at Loretto, Ky.,whero It was founded,
the ceremonies bolog of a most impressive
What Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
etable Compound Did For
Their Health Their own
Let rNfunnriv.irml.-a your Spring Suit. I
represent E. W, Price A Co. of Chlcnn. tlie
IroueeatllaRof uiide'to-meikiure clothes In tin'
world at popular prlcei. They specialize on nulls
made as you want them from lift to (25. Otben
must Ml (.10 to 1(0 for tlie tame. This Is tb
only liousn In tlie United Suites strong enough
financially to control Us own patterns, thus ai
surlnir. you iixalnit 1s1uk uniformed. Aside from
tlieslaples,notwopatternsallkc Men.tlililtne Is
a repeater. Kimetnber, wo dry clean ; others try.
C. F. McNamara
H VVKST FUONX STllEET
New Moorefield, Ohio. "I take great
pleasure in thankinp you for what your
has done for me. I
had bearing down
pains, was dizzy and
weak, had pains in
lower back and could
not bo upon my feet
long enough to get a
meal. As long as I
laid on my back I
would feel better,
but when I would
get up those bearing
down pains would come back, and tho
doctor suid I had female trouble. Lydiu
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was
the only medicine that helped me and I
have been growing stronger ever sinco
I commenced to take it I hope it will
help otlier suffering women as it has me.
You can use this letter." Mrs. Cassis
Lloyd, New Moorefield, Clark Co., Ohio.
Road What This Woman Says:
South Wllliamstown, Mass. "Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cer
tainly ha3 done a great deul forme. Be
fore taking it I suffered with buckacho
and pain3 in my side. I was very irreg
ular and I had a bad female weakness,
especially after periods. I was always
tired, so I thought I would try your med
icine. After taking ono bottle of Lydiu
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I
felt so much better that I got another
and now I am a well woman. I wish
more women would take your medicine.
I have told my friends about It." Mrs.
Robekt Colt, Uox 45, South Williams
"StMtilarJ "Kioj" Uworjr
HP H E great number of
designs of 'Srtoucfowt"
plumbing fixtures will en
able you to choose a satis
factory equipment for your
We shall be pleased to
show you the various de
signs and guarantee honest,
when installing them.
FBANK S. NEWELL,
SANITARY PLUMBER, HEATER
AND QAS FITTER.
Is Bargain Day
At the New York Store.
Tho whole storo is full of now up-to-date goods at prices'
reach lees than elsewhere,
Bargain No. 1 Ladies' COc Waiste 25o.
Bargain No. 2 Ladies' $l.Gf) Bample Waists 09c,
Bargain No. a Ladies' $2.50 Lace Waists $1.25.
Bargain No. 4 'Fino Silk for dressec, in all colors, 19c.
Bargain No. 5 Children's 75c Dresses 49c.
Bargain No. G Ladies' Whito Oxfords $1.19.
Bargain No. 7 Ladies' Silk Hose, in black and colors, 25c,
Bargain No. 8 15c Curtain Scrim 10c, in green, white and
Bargain No. 9 19c Hamburc 10c,
Bargain No. 10 Men's $1 Shirts 49c.
Bccour 25c and 35c Carpets. Can't beat them.
Prico our room-size Bugs, they have been reduced,
Our Hats are going out faster than ever; get one.
P. 8. Preeenta given; aBk for them.
New York Store 2
JOHN W. PORTER
17 Eftit Second St., MAV8VILI.K, HI
VA1I snnttcr for pitbircatlon tanst JjO
twmlr.1 In before O o'clock, n. m.
r..n. n mi 1 in .iiij Ltavt, Arrin
JCA ft r"VT? I t5'0m....M.t8!Hpffi
jiJ liAVJ , J Kl i8::0ra.......:3San
Irl finitn K PI Jl!lpm.....tl0:iOn)
J WW sYs I 30pm.....3:15pm
n,, I, I n.ii. tKioaptSundM
II. S. KI.MS, Auent.
Will give relief when properly applied. For
rheumatUm, neuralgia, sciatica, plenrlsr and
nil achea, pales, eprains, Btiffnesi, lameness,
backache, spinal complafots, kidney diseases
and herve and muscular disorders should b
placed Immediately over the affected part and
smoothed with the hand.
For all long and chest troubles, including
bronchitis? asthma, pneumonia or inflammation
of the longs and consumption apply tho plaster
over tho lungs and also ono between the
In dyspepsio, Indigestion and sea sickness
groat relief will be afforded by applying lbs
plaster over the pit of the stomach.
Prepared for and sold by
WHN C. PECOR,
xv. w. wikofk, Agent. ui-UfjglsU Maysvlllo,
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule effective Jan.
7. lOt 2. Subject tocliange
TRAINS LKAVR MAYSVILLE, KY.
0:39 a.m., 8:13 a.m.,
3:15 p. in.,dally.
6:30 a. 111., 0:03 a. 111.,
j:.-i p.muany, local
l:lt.jp. 111., 10:31 p.m.,
11:50 p.m. daily.
9:3 a.m., lUlly.looivl.
0:6.1 11. in.. 5:20 p. in.,
-WIIKN YOU Qfl
Big Show Comma
See Baseball in Cincinnati
BTOP AT Tim
From J. C. Everett fi Co.
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Qua Vork a Specialty.
HandloOnly the Destof material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas Htovea
and Ranges, All Sizes of, Sewer P$pe.
gl . CP ,v -M .uumtm $
I" mWfl SLX- loTi il II!li:iYIK H
..Jfl." T-1 W lil XJB.-illKssai
A millionaire lay dying. He summoned his lawyer.
"Mr. Tape," said he feebly, "draw my will and mako it
brief. I want my money bo left that not one penny of it
shall ever leave this country. How shall I manage that?
1 ''E-tsy enough," answered tbcjlnwyer. "Leave it all (o
NO ONE STRONGER THAN HES STOMACH.
vV Tlie celebrated Dr. Abernelhy of London was firmly of the opinion that dlsor
dsrsof the stomach were the most prolific source of human ailments in general. A
recenV medical writer says: "every feeling, emotion and affection reports at the
stomach (through the system of nerves) and the stomach is affected accordingly.
It Is the vital center of the body ." He continues, " so we may be
sold to live (through) the stomach." He tfocs on to show that the stomach is
u !.! Mnu. tf tl.M limit f?i. Mtnar at fii.iiiplia nml ttia cnnsenuenf Indigestion
&'' or dyspepsia, and the multitude of various diseases which result therefrom, no
incuicino can uo uciiwi luiitu h a liumnie i((ut uu
Zr. Plerco's Golden Medical Discovery.
' Sovernl months aco 1 suflorwl from a sovoro pain right
wider tho broasUbrmo?' wrlts Mitfl. O. M. Muukkn, of
Loroim, uam. "Jiaa auuorea irom m on mm on, ur nov
oral yonrs. I also suffered from heart-burn, did not know
what wu tho matter with mo. I trlod swycral .mndlclnes
v d d mo no ifood. nally. I was tola It wait my
.. ft ... . . ". .. --' J- . .-- 11 l.A.
nvcr. 1 um notuaro 10 oat as it roaao mo wonw, . mwuu-
nvcr I swallowed anything It scorned that I would faint It
hurt so. J grw vory thin and weak from not eating. Was
ioju 10 wko UT- itorwa uoiuun jmtuicai iicjvtjr. w
nvoiiottlns o( it. ami coum iiwi tnytmii'Miuuv uoner ins
1110 iirat uoso. 1 comu cat a ntuo wiwhhu miin- n
fr stroitf fiwt. ToayrBmstmaiMwHaMctw'skirbss;
SmoVo Mssonlso and Ls Toacs, 5 cents
Leaders of both parties la the British
House of Lotds deprecsted discussion of the
American Senate's Inquiry" Into to Titanic
At the spring meeting of Ebentzer Proiby
tery convene 1 at Ludlow, business matters af
fecting local Presbj terlsa congregations were
A rtquest from the Flsmlngiburg Cburcb
using for the entire time of the Pastor, Iter.
BsomsBB, was granted, commencleg with' Msy
A rersnte( at tU cocrttoa at kit.
CrMt wMi'tU. Klwsxcsr 'mi Vsilejr 0irW
BIGGER, BETTER and GRANDER THIH EVER
HJiWBHOTH K3EHAGERIE OF WILD AWIWflLS
YHE LARGEST TRJUHED,,
ELEPHANT IN THE WORLD
10 THRILLING DARE-DEVIL AQTS-10
ROYAL mm H8PP0DR0HE,
BOO IMJOPL.E. aOO HOUSKS.
100 Lwpera, AcrobntaandAerlallsta-100
20 Funny Clowns. 100 Educated Aalmala
iff v AV.
t. i liM BaS
lm? rnimxstjstswtM '
SssssssssslsSmJflF'jt' tw Jit 9 " f 4
sfsw In Our
And It burns steady and without danger.
When you want any kind of Coal
in any quantity call for .
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke tor Furnaces
G. W. Mcmniel $ Co.
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
FREE STREET PARADE
DAII.V AT IP A. M.
All Lldca of
raw on mmm.
IMkeuusj . tjsk 1
IWrSBS7PSBSSBl i Stsi 1 Bga
For The PLANTING SEASON
T um pleased toannounce tlitt lam now prepared to turnlib frmeu and gardeners with an oq
usually tluu selection of
Onion Sets and
Sclecldl with (treat care and of the heat variations suitable to our soil and climate. I sn uply
Hit seconds Iu any quantity n holeta:o and retail aud at prices as low as any other dealers la ibo
I have alia Id stock nvery larze supply of extra fancy White Table ToUtcei. Don't delay
pUolng your order as these poods will surely be hlirbir.
I am still telllDir Kancv New Orou NEW OIILKASS MOLASSRS and artEENIIP roilKTT
auitunu.M i in very low uricsoi duu per UAUUuni.
The season for CANNKD GOODS Is now opeolnu up and the demand wltlstsadllr tocrtas.
I am supplied with as full asd complete a tine of these Koods as tverlofTerred lnour olty. lottery
thing In my line my stock Is the largest, ray goods are the best aud ray prices the lowest.
I want the oatiutry people an well as the oily people to como to my store and he con
vinced. 1 buy country Hams, Usoon, Kegs, Poultry and alwnys want the best.
beu you want QUOD FLO I' It order Perfection. It Is always lbs best.
Cime and seems ever) body. All welcome,
R. B. LOVEL
The Leading Grocer
' ' S:,t
M'i IWV? WT ..
rf wmi rwg 10
KEunaX. ,'.-3J' ; . ' '