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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
duly axosrt sumdiy, toohth or jult, tbahmwyi1!
'.;? A.- P. CURRAN,
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Dlsunee Toloptaone " id
- Editor and Publisher.
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.. SUBSUMPTIOSS-BY MAIL.
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PaiabUto Cotltctor at fnd of Month.
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Atx. HUiiscnrvrwsa auk cash is advance.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
Men who havo been voting ft good many
'years never oxpect the big things from the
ballot that the suffragettes do.
.yThe one thing taught by tho primary elbc-
$& tions -so far is that it is the candidate who
- "advortises who gots tho nomination. From
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it Pays To Advertise.
all over tho country
where tho primary
system has been adopt
ed, from candidates of
high and low degree
f of both parties, comes the verdict It pnys to
'.Of course, nil men cannot go at it like
Roosevelt, who spent $59,000 in advertising
in tho New York papers and $50,000 in the
Boston papers in his candidacy, but even for
the minor offices the candidate who advertises
is the man who has won out everywhere this
'-.. -. ... t i .i t e..i 1.
senator jounaiuau uourue, uuuur ui wiu
'T- 'primary, was one of those who did not believe
? ;, -.. jn'advertising. Let my good deeds advertise
inej Was his thought. He had his name put
on the ticket and then let nature take its
course. The other fellow advertised in the
Tiaroannnora onrl Jonat.hnn will RtflV llOllie for
1W , '
'i six more years.
"'- In the primary election for governor of
Florida Mr. E. M. Somple declared he did not
believe in advertising. Tho oflier candidates
.. did. Occasionally Semple got a vote, but he
was snowed under.
In politic?, as in other things, it pays to ad-
j-- . -i i m t
h ? vortisc--uommercmi xnuuuu.
Tho average editor is often tempted to quote
; a striking or interesting item without due
regard to tho correctness of the information
- given or the weight of
authority sustaining it.
Some Romantic Rubbish The moro striking an
Of. Pseudo-Science. item is, however, tho
the greater tho chance
.'" that, having gone
r '.'through a great many hands, it may bo cor
respondingly full of errors. An example in
point is an invontory of the constituents of an
average man of 150 pounds alleged to bo
based on chemical analysis. There is said to
be enough hydrogen in combination in such
: an average man to fill a balloon and carry him
f$ff' above the clouds; enough lime to whitewash a
i , hli!nlrnn.nrm- nnnnnrli nnlnlini' t.i rifl ft dnrr nf
-jf ,m.v.w .,,r, wwb w-.r .- -. Q -
.- fleas. These and other points mentioned made
U': the paragraph seemof enough value to bo printed
Yirvt- nnliT in nnmcnnnnra l1l ntart ill flnvnrnl
V' " .""J " u-J''ii w ...wv, . w..
a -medical journals. But theso are tho only
items that are uniform in all versions. In ono
$4)aper a man is said to contain enough iron for
V'K nnn mnrlinm.aiunll noil in nnntlioi f nil r in.
&- penny nails. In one his fat is alleged to bo
? sufficient to make a cake of soap; in another,
.seven bars. Tho phosphorus constituent is
ff V eaid. in one paper to bo sufficient to make 2,-
200 matches, and in another, 8,06U boxes of
.inatchoa some difference. The avorago
:K editor, to bo sure, may argue that the items
L'vare interesting no matter which amounts are
tho correct ones. Tho heading used in ono
jpsixjr: is "Unromantic but ScioQtiflc." Tho
Journal of the American Medical Association
Judge Jamos. Ellison, of tho Kansas City'
Court of Appeals handod down tho following;
decision in Iho ease of O. D. Austin, of tho
Butler (Mb.,) Record
by Burge, other mem
Newspaper Law. bers concurring and
published in 137 S.
W. Reports, 018:
"Tho preparation and publication of a news
paper involves much mental and physical
labor as well as an outlay of mouey. Ono who
accepts tho paper by continuously taking it
from tho postoffico receives a, .benefit and
pleasure aiising from such labor and expendi
tures as fully as if he had appropriated any
other product of another's labor, and by such
act he must bo held liable for tho subscription
Theodore lloosevelt cannot work with Wil
liam JI. Taft for political progress because
ho finds that Mr. Taft is "unfit for the task."
But Mr. Rooho volt
could work with Piatt.
Ho could work with
He could work with
Ho could work with Forakcr.
Ho could work with Addicks.
He could work with Cox.
He could work with Lorimer as long as
Larimer served his purpose.
He could work with Ilarriman.
He could work with J. Pierpont Morgan;
He could work with tbo Steel Trust.
He could work with the Harvester Trust.
Ho could work with all tho privileged ole
ments of extortionate protection.
He could work with Cannon.
Ho could work with Aldrich.
Even now he can work with Flinn and
Georgo W. Perkins and with anybody else
who will work with him.
But he cannot work with tho President of
the United States because tho President of
tho United States is a candidate for reelection.
If William II. Taft had retired from the
campaign three months ago in favor of Theo
dore Roosevelt; docs any sane human being
doubt that Theodoro Roosevelt would bo on
tho stump today defending ovory act of the
Taft Administration and denouncing all of
Taft's critics as enemies of progress?
The "certain groat principles" that Mr.
Roosevelt is fighting for aro a third term
for Theodoro Roosevelt. Now Yord World.
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
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You haven't benight Yellow Pino Flooring nt that prloo for
a long time, Imvo you? It's a llttln ofl grade, but will
answer for many purposes. Co mo and look at It.
Ohio River Lumber Co.
Offering V AL U JCO
In good, reliable WATOIIES tbnt cannot bo equalled anywhere. Call
and let ub show how good and cheap they are, DIAMONDS, white brilliant
and beautiful cutting; excellent values not equalled anywhere. CLOCKS,
Beth Thomas, New Havon and Gilbert clocks. Wo aro offering a regular $3
clock for $2. See our $1 alArra clocks. Bring your eye troubles to me. We
can furnish you the best QLASHEd mado for oue half others charge.
P. J. MURPHY, THE JBWEALg OPTICIAN.
If you want seed that you can be sure
of sure of variety sure of growing
buy them here. Landreth's fresh, reli
able seeds cost no more than the other
kind. Can you afford to take chances?
Thos. J. Chenoweth,
Cor. Second and
Maysville, Ky. -r THE REXALL STORE.
Mr. Charles Styles la very tick.
Rumor says there will be a wedding soon.
lira. Frank mil Is on the alck list at tbla
Mr j. Drice Berry waa vlaltlng relalirea here
Mr. Brooka Hull and wife visited relatives
at AbaRall Toeaday.
Meaara.JUatt Galbralth and Jonas Diets were
LaaineBS visitors In Uayaville Uonday.
Former Adjt. General Percy Haly Is credited
with an ambltloa to succeed Governor ilc
Creaiy dofpite hla statement that ho "!s
out of politic?."
Uncle Joo Withers eays: "If you don't Ret
the girl you want don't worry nbout it, be
cauie girls are like streetcars, and there will
be another one along in a minute." Danville
Next Sunday Afternoon Occurs
District Sunday School
KENTUCKY FAIR DATES
IUrlKiuravllte September 4 to 0.
llarditonn September 4 to 7.
llerea August 1 to 3.
Howling Green September 4 to 7,
llrodhead Auguit 14 to IS.
Uermantown Aiigunt UK to 31.
I'rankllc August 29 to 31.
Fulton August 37 to 31.
Georgetown July 30 to Auguit 3.
Hardlnsburg August 0 to M.
Harrodsburg July M to August 3.
Horse Cave September 18 to SU
I.awreuceburg August 30 to ifi.
LeltcbQelifS-August 13 to 18.
Lexington August 12 to 17.
London August 27 to 30.
LouldTllIn September 9 to 14,
Muj-flold October 9 to 12.
Montlcello September 3 to 0.
Morgantotvn September 19 to 31.
Jit. Sterling-July 33 to 27.
Mi. Veruon Auguit 7 to P.
Sanders September 4 to 7.
Sbcpberdsvllle August 30 to 33.
Tompklnsvllle September 4 to 7.
Vanceburg'-August 14 to 17.
Versailles August 7 to 9.
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER AT
The New York Store
A fortunate purchase enables us to sell these gooda nay bolow
tho regular prico.
Heavy Ohlno Matting 2Cc quality lCc.
Heaviest China Matting made, wears better than any carpet,
35c quality 22c a yard.
Ootton Warp Japanese Matting 19c, 25c quality.
Cotton Warp Japanese Matting 35c quality 23c.
Very heavy Ingrain Carpets, 39c quality 29c.
Flowered Carpet 25c.
Best $9.97 Kug 9x12 in tho country.
Velvet and Axminister Rugs cheaper than anywhere.
V. 9. Just in, another express load of Ladies' and Child
New York Store f
JOHN W. PORTER,
17 East Second St., BIAYBVIXI.K, Kl
ri nrrn r b t
Dally tKinapt SundaT
II. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule effective Jan.
7,1913. Subject to change
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
0:39 a.m., 8:13 a. in.,
3:ir p. :u.,dlly.
5:30 a.m., 9:08 a. in.,
3:64 p.m., dally, local.
1:35 p.m., 10:34 p.m.,
11:50 p.m. dally.
9;K3 a.m., dally, local.
9:53a.m.. 5:2(5 p.m.,
V. W. WIKOFF, Agent.
er.lll uinttcr for publlcalloa moat ht
Kiwdcd In before u o'cloclc n. au
Will give relief when properly applied. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, pleurisy and 1
all aches, palue, epralna, stiffness, lameness,
backache, spinal complaints, kidney diseases
and herve and mnsoolar disorders should be
placed immediately over the affected part and''
smoothed with the hand.
For all lung and cheat troubles, Including
bronchitis) aathma, pneumonia or Inflammation'
of the lungs and consumption apply the plaster
over the lungs and olso ono botween the.,
In dyspopslo, Indigestion and sea , sickness
great relief will be afforded by applying the
plaster over the pit of the stomach.
Prepared for and sold by
EOHN C. PECOR,
Otugglst, Maysville, Ky
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WHEN XOV QO
TONIGHT ONLY I
The Victory of Fire Water
Archibald Chubs and Widow, 0
And One Other Good Picture.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS IB
Many of our rights will not stand the cross
examination which is tho rulo ,in a' trial in
court. - .
If you want to oblige children, quit kissing
thorn. O, how they hate it.
If there wore nothing to prevent it, how
many tiraos.coulda fairly good-looking-man
marry between tho ages of twenty-two and
After you engage in a law suit, it dovelops
that the opposiug lawyer, while ho doesn't
eeem to amount to much, knows enough to
make you a whole lot of trouble.
1Ut VIC PRESIDENT AND HIS ,,QBANDMOTHEK."
"Senator," saiil Vice President Sherman to Senator
l'omerene, o! Ohio, taking him outside tho chamber
into the marble room, "I am in groat trouble."
"Why, what's tba matter!" aaked Mr. l'omerene,
who ia a Democrat.
"My grandmothflr ia very 111, and I would like you to
tako (ho chair and preside over tho Senate this alternoon
while I hurry to tarfbedaltle," ,
SeMtoc J? pwertnf took tta cbajr, .and bait an hqvn
The District Sunday School Convention will
be held In the Uayelick Uapttst Church next
Sunday afrernoon at 2:30 o'clock.
An Interesting program has been prepared,
some of tbo features of which aro elven below:
Devotional service conducted by Mr. S, A.
County Work, Dr. U. Waller.
Onet, by Mr. and Mrs. Cokewell.
Round Table, conducted by Uiss Uary'FIocb.
In this connection several o( the lire Sunday
school qiestlons of the djy will ba discussed
In two-minute speochee by local workers.
Address, by Rev. J. W. Vaughn.
We nnderatand that Ulsa Dance, of Lou's.
ville, will alto bo present and make ua a talk.
The public Is cordially Invited and all persons
Interested In Sunday-school work are urged to
P. Ri Gaitiier, District Prosldent, ,
' ENORMOUS ORDERS
For Cars, Ralls and Other Rail
The railroad equipment shops were over
whelmed with orders for cars and locomotives
last week, and In turn the steel mills benefited
from additional heavy contracts or finished
With the opening of May.tbe railroads plac
ed orders for 23,000 oara and 1G5 locomotives.
Since April 1st contracts bave exceeded 46,
000 oars and COO locomotives, calling fur
about 600,000 tons of steel bars, plates and
shapes. Similar contracts are on the polt t
of being cloaod which will requtro about
400,000 tons of steel. Principal orders last
week were given by the Ilarriman Interests,
the 8c. Louis & San Fraocljco and tho Can
adian I'aclflo Systems
Rail contracts aggregated nearly 200,000
tons. Including 80,000 tons for the St. Louis
AiSaaFrtoclaoo, 8G,000'for tho Wabaab, C5,.
000 for another WeeUrs truak.llae; 40,000
for Ua Grd Traek Pacific , m4 rlS.OOO
Let cNamara make your Spring Suit. I
represent K. W. Trice A Co. of Chicago, the
strongest line of niide-to-meuro clothes In the
worlil at popular prices. They specialize on suits
made as you want tbem from 315 to i"2S. Others
must ask 130 to III) for tho same. This Is the
only houso la the (Jolted States strong enough
fltunclally to control Its onn pattirns, thus as
suring you against being uniformed. Aside from
tbesUples, notwopaUernsallku. Men, this line Is
a repeatr. Itemember, we dry clean ; others try.
C F. MclVamara
OSsWEST PllONT STItEKT
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See Baseball in Cincinnati
STOI AT TIIK
PALACE HOTEJJLi 'V
From J. C. Everett 5 Co.
Modern Plumbing, Steam"1
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas Work a Specialty.
Handle Only the Best of material. Dealer
ia Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas titovea
and Ranges, All Sizes ol Sewer ripe. u
$ 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
ti'.ei,tCavAU VviWkuWwn '. ' . HI.UK
Insist on having a perfect
Beautiful, therefore pleasinc;.
Sanitary, therefore healthful.
Durable, therefore economical.
And besides this let it have an
individuality, an expression of your
own tastes. These results arc easily
obtained through our careful follow
ing of your wishes and our using
'Standard" plumbing fixtures of
which there is such an extensive
variety of pleasing designs.
Let us estimate for you.
FRANK S. NEWELL,
SANITARY PLUMIER, HE AT El
Chestnut Coke tor Furnaces '
aw Mrmfimr.l Cn i
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
After Rolnj? tliroufrli my stock I find I tiavo too much of thin eUM Qf -
Snoda and 1 tirtvo determined to cnt loose right now at the bettlnnnc of tbo
est canned good season of the year, when everybody wanta aucti goods. I
have bought largely for tbo coming Reason and must make room for tho now
pack contracted to come. I don't intend to hold anything over, no tho prices
will bo cut to make (ho goods go( It will bo to the Interest of alt who want.
Bunh goods to call and get my prices befbro buying. Specially low prices will'
bo made to dealers who buy in Quantities, so cotno right along everybody. I
want your money and Intend tojglvo every ono more than value received for
every dollar they lcavo with me.
Flour la booming, and don't forgot that I soil I'EUFKOTION. It can't
bo beat anywhere.
My S5o CoflVo la much better than UOo coffee sold elsewhere. The de
mand for thla coffee Is Immense.
I have another oar ot tho llncst Potatoes of the season. Don't fall to seo
them and get my prices boforo you buy.
It don't mako any dlffercnco what you may want in my lino It will pay
you to get my prices before you buy, so cotno right along. 1
juy nouee, as usual, is neaaquartrra ror ruita ana vegetables or all
kinds. Always the best tho markets afford.
1 buy Country-Cured Hams, Shoulder, Jowls nnd naoon snd want all
of flrst-olasaxiuro I can get; also, Kggs and Country Produce generally. I
want all my friends when In our city tu make my bouso their headquarters,,
and don't forget that 1 wholesalo a well as retail. '' ' ", '
R. B. LOYEL
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