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&BB PUBLIC LEDGER
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:Z A. P. CURRAN,
Editor and Publisher.
t 'fcifioeal and lionc- M- Jf.
f.. 3 DUtnc! Telephone U. tUi
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Nix Month- -
nSUVKRRI) BY CARRIER,
Vr Month 9 tVnU
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i AtC SVItSORtl'TlUSS AUK OASU ISADTASOK.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
?L Itf possible, keep in good humor with the
Vniau who owes you.
C A millionaire 011 ft sinking ship 19 at. last
f'Uut.ft pauper in resources.
'Your one bost bet is that the "Money trust"
f js ablo to tako care of itself.
'' r It isn't so dangerous to chase a lion as it is
to. race with an ocean "greyhound."
VS Pnttinrv Hnnfnin Smith in rnilimnnd of the
p:u"""fi 1 - -
? Titanic, caused him to lose his head and then
" The shot at Lexington that was heard
around the world" Head "Boston," instead of
Theodore .Roosevelt stands unmasked as the
- .boss trimmer and political hyprocrite ot this
In runniug against time things on the
fe 'earth are frequently run in the ground 'and on
. - What are thp xapt ftict of thd rotations of
Mr. Roosevelt nnd the Roosevelt administra
tion with the harvester trust? It is intimated
that Mr. Taft will produce the desired docu
montary evidence. It is to bo hoped that Mr.
Taft will do so. Ho should bo further moved
to do so by the apparent effort of Mr. Roose
Volt to hido somothlng bohind a "Cabinet
decision." Chicago Inter Ocean.
Prcsidont Taft is a patient man with a
"judicial temperament," but an angel could
not induro with complacency tho taunts, sneers
and lies hurled at him by his erstff hilo friend,
T. Roosevelt, The "bull baiter." The
breach between Taft and Roosevelt is now
too wide to ever bridge by any nttompt at re
conciliation, and let come what will there is "to
bo no quarter shown tho "Rough Rider" and
his rougher methods of attempting to rule the
United Stales with his grinning smile of hypo
eracy and his transparently falso "political
i;water to the bottom.
."V f" ' )
X ' -
'iy. It is a great mistake to believe that the
Jjnclr are holding us down. As a matter of
Iffftct,' they are pulling us up. If there were no
fich peoplo to keep
our eyes glued upon
, ,, the gulf between hav-
ing and not having,
none of us would
hustle. We have to have the rich man's man-
gvvfsions prodding us, his powerscourging us and
;fr."ihis automobile butting us to get auy where at
- all. We have to see his wife and daughters
in silks and jewels and realize what our own
. -wives and daughters without these things think
, ,pf us as providers, to peel our coats off and
;got into tho game. None of us cau go out
' driving with such as wo have and suffer the
the rich man to whiz 'past us in prism glass
v;aiul burnished brass, throwing dust in our
eyes and gasoline in our hair, without doing
- better in the gieat area of human endeavor for
. ;.'tho next two'or threo days, anywny. Blessed
nro tho rich, for they fill us with slmtne and
'make us to wonder what in theJSam Hill we
iiave been doing all those years.
"If Mr. Roosevelt is necessary to the Gov
ernment now, why not later?"
Mr. Roosevelt's Columbus speech sent a
thrill of alarm through all the members of tho
community." Taft at Boston.
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
Yon haven't bought Yellow Pino Flooring at that prlco for
a long time, have you? It's a llttlo off grndo, but will
nswcr Air ninny purposes. Onmo and look at It.
Ohio Rivet Lumber Go.
In good, roliablo WAT0HE8 that cannot be equalled anywhere. Call
and let us show how good and cheap they are. DIAMONDS, white brilliant
and beautiful cutting; excellent values not equalled anywhere. CLOCKS,
Seth Thomas, New Haven and Gilbert clocks. Wo are offering a regular $3
clock for $2. Beo our $1 alarm clocks. Bring your eye troubles to me. We
can furnish you the best GLASSE3.madcfor otic half others charge.
P. J. MURPHY,
'By misstatements throughout the couutry
Mr. Roosevelt has led many people to believe
chargos made against mo and my administra
"One who so lightly regards constitutional
principles and the independence of the judi
ciary one who is so naturally impatient of
legal restraints could not safely bo intiusted
with successive presidential terms.
"Mr. Roosevelt has failed to live up to his
policy of a square deal and violated a solemn
promise to the American peoplo not to be a
candidate for a third term.
That promise and his treatment of it only
throw an informing light on the value that
ought to be attached to any promise it may
Our Fountain Has been started for the season, and
the gontlo "eizz" of our lively soda is a musical
sound to those who enjoy the deliolous drinks we
serve. We can't say our soda is any better this
year than last it's hard to improve on perfe6tion
but we do know that we shall use the purest and
finest materials that money can buy, and shall omit
no effort that might make these most delightful
coverages more delicious still.
1 tios J. Lncnowctrij rsir'1
Maysville, Ky. SKB THE REXALL STORE.
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92 HZdred Tgpfc I Saturday fjk
is Bargain uay m !
At the New York Store.
The whole etore is full ot new up-to-dato goods at prices
much leas than elsewhere.
Bargain No. 1 Ladies' 00c Waists 25c.
Bargain No. 2 Ladies $1.50 sample Waists COc.
Bargain No. D Ladies' $2.50 Lace Waists 1.25.
Bargain No. 4 Kino Silk tor dresses, in all colors, 19c.
Bargain No. C Children's 75c Dresses 4flc.
Bargain No. G Ladies' White- 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 Hamburg 10c.
Bargain No. 10 Men's $1 Shirts 49c.
Bee our 25c and 35c Carpets. Can't beat them.
l'rico our room-size Bugs, they havo been reduced.
Our Hats arc going out faster than ever; get one.
1. 8. Presents given; nsk for them.
New York Store L2
JOHN W. PORTER,
Frank L. Using will manage the Aocuata
ball team this yeah
If Jim Flynn beats Jack Johnson on July
Fourth the entire world will celebrate the day
with great gusto.
Over In Cincinnati tbey are talking of run
ning Hank O'Day for President of the United
States. Louisville Herald.
Govornor J. D. McCrearv will pitch tho
first ball when the initial game of tho reason
of the llluegrass Lesgoe is played May 1st at
Richmond between Richmond and Frankfort.
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"Yes," said Btvagger, "this is a turkeze ring."
"Excuse me," said Beggs, "tho correct pronunciation
of that word in 'turkwoise."
"No, 'turkeze,' excuse me."
"I say 'turkwoise."
"Well, let's go to a jeweler and ask him."
' 'In order to settle a wager," said Swagger to the jeweler,
"would you mind telling me if the correct pronunciation
ot tho stone in this ring is 'turkeze' or 'turkwoise?"
The jeweler took the ring and examined it care
fully. "The correct pronunciation." he said, "is glass."
Shall Not Drink Whisky as Medicine
in Dry Territory, Do-
"Even a horse cannot proenro a drluk of any
thing stronger than water In dry territory. If
the boras Is ailing, take h!m to another county. 't
This is the advice of Attorney General Ho
gs n of Ohio, In an opinion rendored to the
State Board of Pharmacy.
W : ; NO PLACE TO LAND
Fine Meeting Enjoyed by El Hasa
'& a Thuriday'a Athtand Independent.
;. One of the most delightful and entertaining
T I I . . . r n .
ceremonial aeuions over given dj ci naia
iTemplK, A. A. 0. N, U. F. u that of Wed-
iBtidsy afternoon and plgbt, when the meet.
lfca of this splendid Order throughout all
"'.J-,', Nertaesitera Kaetseky, West Virginia and
Boutaera Ohio eabfed at the Masonic Tem
ple U thkelty." Aail wktle the list ot notices
occasions, yet the class was joat aboot right
to make things Interesting. There were eight
novices "who presented themselves at the
gates of the Temple, paid their money and
asked that they ba given all that the Arab
Patrol and the Degree Team had up their
sleeves In the way of Initiation.
Did they got It!
Just, ask anypf tht following and you will
be eerrsetly fsfdrastf laviwr' to this Bttr!
ville; William Sharp Smathere, alt. Sterling;
James U. Itlley, Usystille; Richard A. Carr,
At the conclusion of tie work all repaired
to the Camus Club rnom, where o'no of the
awellest banquets everfseived In this city was
waiting. The banquet was In charge of
Nobles H. E. Renlck and George UcCollough
nnd It was prepared and eerved by the ladies
of the Episcopal Church of this city. The
tables were arranged to form' a crescent and
tbey were Immaculate in ailver and cut glass
and linen, while huge bouquets of roses, car
nations, smllax and ferns added to their at
tractiveness. The bsnquet was served In five
couraes, and consisted of all the delicacies of
the season. It was near the midnight hour
whon the feast was concluded, and acting
Potentate Hon. E. B. Hager, who had so
elegantly discharged the duties of Potentate
during the evening, announced that owing to
the lateness of the hour, the program of
tois'.a which bad, been arranged would be dis
pensed with, Bat It was a splendid meeting
la every way, and the Nobles on leaving the
baoqnet ball, were all loud io their pralsss of
tho splendid bsnquet which bad been rerved by
the good ladles of Cavalry Episropal Church.
"WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE"
It Is tbe faithful woman In the home, who
dota tha cooking, sweeping, dusting, washing
and Ironing, ambitious to, keep her home as
neat as a pin, and often having two or three
children who require car and attention, who
calls for our sympathy. Over work la tba re.
aalt. Outraged nature assarts Itself to tlae
tad fesale troubles appear.
fiech woasefl aawld remcaber that Lydla E.
Pikksa' Vagtabl Cafed Is tin exact
laWklM tbey aaed we tkk srDth is
wwkw ajj rends wiakaias ea4 s'ussit
Can Bo Used To Curo Tobacco,
Say Undo Sam's Ex-
03T.il I mndcr mi- i.ulillrntlon mint be
hnnileil lu brfiire O o'oliwU . iu.
KENTUCKY FAIR DATES
lldrlwiirivllle Septeinlwr I U0.
llirditowu-September to 7.
ltera AukusI I ton.
Howling Often Septemlior 4 tuT.
Ilrodlieml Anoint 14 to Ifl.
lurmantovu Augiul ZH to :tl,
franklin .iirii129 toSI.
Kultou August 37 to :il.
ticorm' town July 30 to August 3.
Unrdlnihur August SO to Si 1.
Harrcxl.burn .Inly ?0 to AuuitS.
Hone Cave Srplf mber 18 to 31,
LrnvreDcebiirir-'Aufttiit 20 to J.
l.lt('lin.'lil-Aui;uit 111 to IH.
Lexloi;toD Auicuit 13 to 17.
London August 37 to 30.
LoiilHvllle Septemlior !) to 1 1.
Mayfleld October 8 to 12.
.Moiitlcello Septembers toC.
Morganton'ti-Seplembttr 19 to SI.
Ml. Sterllnjf July 23 tc!J.
Mt. Vernon Atiguit 7 to .
S.iudera Sf p'ombcr 4 to 7.
ShcplicriliVllle AUKllJt 23 to 23.
Tomikliuvllle-Seiitcmber 4 to 7.
Viiiceburg-Auguit 11 to 17.
Versalllea August 7 to 9.
17 Bast Seoond St.,
i Leave. Arrive
S-40p m.... ..3;15 p m
II. S. KI.US, Ai;ent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule (ITectlve .Tan.
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
6:39 a. iu., H;13 a.m.,
3:1A p. in., dally.
B:30a. ra., 9:08 a. m.,
3:M p.m., dally, local.
1:35 p.m.. 10:34 p.m.,
II:.VJ p.m. dullv.
U;f3 a. m., d.lly. local.
93 n. in., 5:20 p. m.,
week' aays, local.
W. W. WIKOKP, Anent.
oar Alt luntler for pnbllonlloa mast ba
lutnIel In bofbre 0 o'clock a. m.
Will give relief when properly applied. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, pleurisy and
all aches, pains, sprains, stiffness, lameness,
backache, spinal complaints, kidney diseases
and herve and muscular disorders abonld ba
plsced Immediately over the affected part and
smoothed with the hand.
For all lung and chest tronbles. Including
bronchitis asthma, pneumonia or Inflammation
of tho lungB and consumption apply the plaster
over tbe lungs and also one between tha,
In dyspepslo, indigestion and aea sickness
great relief will bo ufTorded by applying the
plaster over the pit of the stomach.
Prepared for and sold by
JOHN O. PECOR,
Druggist, Maysville, Ky.
aff ' ,4fm M
"ITIIKJf VOU flO
See Baseball in Cincinnati
STOl' AT TI1K
B WASHINGTON THEATER 1
Washington, April 2Gtb The Department
of Agriculture announces that by tho uso ol
artificial heat, cigar tobacco curing can be
accomplished during the most unfsvorable
weather conditions. Full details of tbe sue.
cessful demonstration havo been issued by the
Given Trained Nurso Injured in C.
and 0. Wreck at Law-
Tbe Court of Appeals has adlrmed the ver
dict of the Boyd Circuit Court awarding Mrs.
ilarcla M. Hurke $0,000 damages for Injuries
sustained In a wreck on the C. and 0. road at
Lawrence creak bridge, near Maysville, on Uay
22J. 1007. Tbe Interrat makes the total due
Ure. Darke $10,400.
Local Interest In the cato centers In tie fact
lliit Judge J. J, Oibnrno of this olty Is Urs.
Burke's attorney, and alone foigbt the case
through the courts against the rillroad com
pany's strong array of legal talent, proving
their equal at every stage of the game and
finally winning tbe victory. Urs. Burke U a
A number of yesrs ago JuJoo Osborne sif
fered from a severe attack of typhnll (etr,
and Mrs, Burke was tbe nurse In charge of the
The accident on tbe C. and 0. was a bad
one. A parlor cir was bulled from tbe track
down a steep embankment at the bridge. One
ftr two persons in the car were fatally hurt,
all were- more or lew Injured. Urt. Barke was
c-a el tkevtailw.aBd when she sought retires
Let cNainirn make vour Surlntr Suit. I
represent K. W, l'rlou A Co. ot Chicago, t)it
Uroiieestllnu ot niide-to-meaiure clotliua In tliu
world at popular prices. Tlioy spcolnllze on lulls
made nt you want them from (l.r to f2V Ottieri
oust ask 3) to I0 tor tlio tame. Tills is tfce
onlyliouieln tho United Stiitei strong rnougii
Ooanclally to control Its own patttrcs, llmi at
uiriut you agalust belue uoKornird. Ailcla from
the sUpiii,Dotivo patterns alike. Men,tliiillue U
t repeater. Itumember, we dry clean; otlicrs try.
C F McNamara
OH WKST FIIONT STKKET
From J. C. Everett & Co.
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality ol Oaa 'Vork n Specialty.
Handle Only the Bestof material. Dealer
in Brass Valvea and Fittings, Gas titoves
and Ranges, All Sizes of Sewer Pipe.
ltfm,tb iiiffirt.ew.Hr M.lly I....M..
srsrsr In Our
And it burns steady nnd nuithout danger.
When you want any kind of Coal
in my quantity call for
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnace
G. W. Mcmniel $ Co.
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
"StsndsriT "Avoy" Ufitor
HP H E great number of
A designs of 'tcmcfatuT
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.
FRANK S. NEWELL,
SANITARY IHUMIEK, HEATER
ANI IAS FITTER.
For The PLANTING SEASON
I am vleaiedtoannounco that I am now prepared to turnlili farmers ami gardeners with an nn
usually nun icieciioii oi
Onion Sets and
y iil. '
Cilnlrfl wl'h irroftt ..ftPA Anil nf Ihn Irftt af Ifttlrtna tiilt&lilft to our aatl anrl nltmatu. T rtan nnnltf.M - if''.
ilit-se L-oixln in any quantity wholeia.o and tetall and at prices as low as auy ottisr dealers lu th .Sc'i
mute. ' ' --. 3id
I have alio In stock a very largo sup)y of extra ftnay Wlilto Table Potatoes. Don't delay
placlni; your oraernstheta Koodi will surely h hUhijr. ',. "
am inn auuiDK rnunjr new jTayt ivi witunAnD nuiiAaoi.3 auu uiUMUrWUKM
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SOHOIIUM at the very low price ot KM per GALLON.
I am supplied with as full aid complete a Una oftbeie goods as ever (oiTerred In our city, lottery
The icason for CANNED GOODS Is now opentnit upaod thodemxml wlllsUadlly lnQreaio
Ihlnp In my line niv atock la tha lameil. niv coodi ara the lieit and inv nrlRva tha lowaat.
I want the oauntry people as well as the city people to come to uiy stcre aad !a coa
I buy country Kami, llicon, 1'irgs, l'oultry and always want the twsit.
wdsii yoa waututiuu fuut'Kuroer rerrecnon. u is always the uesu
Corns and sets rue ererjbody. All welooaaw.
KaTi --..'.. (j.
Be Leading Grocer:
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