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THE PUBLIC LEDGE!
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3E Ttffclfe BOGEY-MAN
W. H. Taft. J. 8. Sherman.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
KOIt VICB TlfESIDKNT,
JAMES 8. SHERMAN.
HON. HAHRY BAILEY.
Investors do not invest when business is
' paralyzed. Protection keeps money moving;
Free-Trado checks its employing ngoncy.
Judge J. McKenscie Moss, judge of the Ele
venth Judicial district, a leader of the Roose
velt forces in the pre-convention days, and a
power among Republicans, has announced that
he would support Taft and the regular Repub
licau nominees. lie will carry with him a
AND THERE WERE NO CLOTHES. .
One of the marvelous productions of the
j.3rntic National Committee is a "High
Tariff Primer." It is supposed to teach the
unintelligent the wicked ways of a Protective
Tariff. Hero is a sample;
A stands tor Adam.
He did not have to pay n Tariff on Ap-plea.
Or a Tar-iff on clothes.
The high coBt of liv-ing never worrripd Adam.
There was no High Tar-iff in E-den.
There were no Tar-iff fos-tered Trusts.
-No, in the Garden of Eden thero was no
Tariff on clothes. Also, there were no clothes
to pay a Tariff on. Our Democratic friends
seem to have forgottenlhat fact.
And they might remember that -in the
United States of America, wheio the Tariff
does exist, there are plenty of clothes and be
cause of tho Protective Tariff man aro employ
ed iu great numbers in manufacturing them
and aro paid wages sufficient to keep them
Bolvps well clad. Philadelphia Inquirer.
WILSON'S LABOR VIEWS.
The Labor World of Pittsburgh says editori
ally': "Governor Wilson has made it an oasy
task for anyone to prove that he is no friend
of the wage earner. It is regarded as more
than pioof of evidence that his theories and
position are those now held by the very bitter
est enemies of organized labor in fact, labor
of any kind. His own declarations prove this
peradventuro of a doubt. We need only
; quote his own words to prove his theories.
These declarations on his part conclusively
'' show that not a wage worker in the country
" should voto for Woodrow Wilson to become
k:? TfeBtdentof tho United States, There is noclass
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JVo citizens throughout tho nation that should
; V'be more interested in tho election of a presi-
i,?, clout of the country than , tho working class.
f?,; j jThoy are tho bono and sinew of tho country,
jand its general progress and the uplift of tho
fevPP'0 entirely depend, on tho manner in which
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their rights, comfort and general well-being
w'nro attended to by tho lawnmkorH of th.o land'.
The President of tho country has much to do
V , with the policy of tho government and tho
1W8 that omanato from Congress. There ie a '
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vyhbc nuwurmiuo nanus 01 ine i'resiqQnt.wuicu
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To tho Ohambef full ot "Horrors"
The toiler mado his way;
He saw brass bods, nud rugs and mats
'Twas such n fine array!
Saw furniture of ev'ry kind
i And lamps with fancy domes,
" V'I think I'm wasting time," said he, x
"I've stuff liko this at home."
"You may have such things in your llt,"
Tho Wilson showman said,
"But don't you know that you are robbed
A dollar on your bed?
Just read those tags, you victim of
The Tariff lords' device!"
"Ohl what's tho odds?" says toiler man,
"When you have got the pri;e?
"Suppose I could get two brass beds
For what I pay for one,
I'd havo to sleep upon the floor
If I could earn no mon.
Things aro not cheap when you've no coin,
You get that, I suppose?
No Tariff 'horrors' can scare mo
With a big roll in my clothesl"
Tom W. Jackson, in New York Tress.
T. R. was for Protection so long as the Rj
publican parly was for him, aud now he
doesn't know which sidoof tho Tariff ho is on.
t1y 1 1 11 11' rfffSnry- - 1 .in 1 1 r
What wouldn't you give to be able to have the wi rl.l'u greatest singers
and musicians to sing and play for you whenever you wanted to hear theml
You can hear them whenever find as often as you wish with a Victrola iu your
home; and you cap get ono ot these wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P. J. "MURPHY, TheJeweler
JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OP NEW
Iowa Timothy Seed!
I Quality and
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Turnabout's fair play. But it's hardly
probable that Colonel Roosevelt will dine
with Booker Washington while down South.
Four years, of Democratic soup-house times
will rust tho bolts all out of "progressive" Re
publicans and clear up t licit systems for party
unity nud a return to Republican prosperity
under a restored and fairly laid Tariff.
Tho farmers who read Gov rno'r Wilson's
statemeut that the Tariff is to blame for tho
high cost of living, and that they are the prin
cipal sufferorp, aro not likely to take much
stock in it. They know that .they get more
now for what they raise than ever before, and
that t hoy aro better oft' now than they ever
COPSPltfdr A F . C" rOaJ'-
THE BUSINESS MEN
Ate fully aware of tho vulua of kodi) droning aa a
liutlnuii anet. Tliey reijatil null made, perfect
fUtluf nttlru m much of an paientlalat Ue at
tractive qualities of a weil kept itoro or ofllce,
TUa only quenlon It who li thtj tailor who can
make them the mott latlsfactery narmenti?
There can he no question of doubt If you place
your order with us. Hemcmuer this Is the only
store In this section where you can buy Ed. V.
Price's nmi.fi to mealuee olothes. See tho new
browns we aro sIiowIiik for (18 to !.2, they are
repeaters. Kemeinber we repair all our dry clean
work free ot charge lu a workmanlike mauuer.
C. F. McNAMARA,
OK West Kront Street. Dlnysvlllo, 11 y.
"I've lived a hundred years," ho said
In trembling tones and thin.
"And chewed tobacco all my life"
The jttico ran down his chin.
"I've drunk strong licker right along,
And see, how spry I be!"
'Twas in the County 1'oorhouee that
His boast waa made to me.
Tho Texas Snecds aud Boyces ate some
thing on tho order'of tho Kilkenny Cats.
The 23d Day of November,
At 3 o'clock p.m., we will ofTr for sale to the
li'Khest bidder the old Llo)d farm, of
On the Salem Turnpike, oue and a half miles
Southern of OtniantowD, lli M 11011 county.
This faun Iias been lu continuous possession of
the Llojd family slno 183i. It has hsd carjful
manaKeiiK'ut, has always Ix'en a famous tobacco
farm aud Is uow In a high state of cultivation.
This farm dan Ih dlldri to advantage aud
will lie (jtl-red for ssIh In parents and as a whole
There Is a good two story duelling, n tenant
house, all npcesjary outhuildlUKS, barn room for
iri,(OI pounds of tobacco, a never fullliiK and
well distributed supply of stock wa'hr, and fenc
lug In good oondltlon, The plaoe Is 01m and a
half mile, from churches and sell 10U oc 11 trood
turnpike that leads to the stable door, This
farm pa) a a gocri per csut. fanned on the ttmant
system and Is desirable cither us an Investment
or as a home,
For further Information apply to Dan It. I.lojd,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
Houston Post: The 'Colonel declares he is
the naked is lie. lie is scarcely that, but ho
would be if it were necessary to secure tho at
tention he craves.
M10 York Evening Sun: And T. R. is the
ambidextrous homo-wrecker who not ouly
wants to olopo with tho lady, but with her
husband as well.
Detroit Free-Press: Wo must eay for him,
however, that keeping still is the ouly thing
. Governor. Osborn does becomingly and well.
Omaha Bee: It must make James J. Hill
siuilo every time he thinks of Mosea E. Clapp
being a Rull Mooser.
Pittsburgh Dispatch: Down in Peru their
idea of what to do with ono ox-President is to
put him in jail.
"A belligerant and bombasjtic bull moosor
who despises pence and appeals to piojudicos
and passions and plays with fire," was Warren
G. Harding's characterization of Colonel Roose
velt ht tho campaign opening at Columbus.
Frequent Interruptions attended Colonel
tlooievelt's tppasrunca at KdutIIIc. The
Colonel critlckud Governor Hooper and Sen
ator Sandera It-public ini.
Colonel ?.. P. Clay ot Bourbon county, for.
mer Kentucky Racing Commissioner, has de
cided to giro up farming and raisin? fine
borsea and w II retire, locating In Kjjtis, FIs.
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The Bankers Should Help
The Kentucky Bankers' A'aoclitloj will
begin Ita annuil meeting in Louisville to
day. Io the line cf new Luilnesa It will be
aaked to consldir tb qtiaa'Ionof asilating the
campaign tor belter fanning in, Kentucky and,
the matter Is worthy of Ita attention.
SCENES OF TURKISH-ITALIAN
HONOR THY FATHER
WANTED, A SISTER
ADMISSION 5 GENTS
You Are Invited to Attend Our :::.::::
New Fall Merchandise!
Millinery, Suits, Cloaks, Skirts,
Waists, Dress Goods, No:
All Wool Sci-ko Suits, silk lined, $0.08 and up to $110.
Now Millinery received dally.
ltrAdy-toWcar Hats from DKo up.
Our Trimmed llatH are chic and dainty.
Ladles' 320 Kino Coata $0.08.
Great Extra Special Skirt Halo All 'Won! Sorgo Skirte $1.08
C01110 any day to null your convenience, but do not make tho
ruistako or buying until you havo scon our wonderful lino of
New York Store LSf
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN1THE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of anyknd
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving means anything to you, we should have your trada.
WTIip Public Ledgtr, loci 1 nuil toni
4Utaiif'PiioiifNo. 10. I
The valuation of real and personal proporty
io New York, according to the tax benks, is
elltfhlly la excesa of $7,640,000,000.
The Treasury department at Washington
Issued an order abolishing four Internal rev
enue districts by meriting them with olhera.
Conferences io Auguata.Ga., between spokes
men for the alriklng streetcar omplnyea and
the company failed to bring about arbitration.
Saroo of tho aeventeen Detroit Aldermen,
charged with conspiracy, denied oereeing to
accept brlbea for favord to the Wabash Rail
road. For the second time the death sentence hsa
been passed on Tom Slaughter, a Negro, who
murdered Lee Jenkins, a Todd county mer
chant. Potior Shoo Company, Cincinnati,
Will exhibit a complete line of the smartest
types of Pall and Winter Kootwear at the
Central Hotel oa Friday and Saturday morn
ing October 4th and fi h. We exteod a most
cardial Invitation to the people of Maysville
and vicinity to call and Inspect came,
Edwin Franken in cbarg.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. MAVKS
WIIEN YOU GO TO
See Baseball in Cincinnati
STOP AT THE
' I see no hope of beef getting much
cheaper, " aald Secretary Wilson of (ha De
partment of Agriculluro on his return home
from a vacation io Iho West.
Nil lie I, First NnllouM Iluuk lttilllliir,
Local nud Lour I Office No. 555.
Distance Pliooes ( Kesldvnce No 127.
Fallowing are ttils murulng's quotations 00
oountryproduoe,telepboued ntBo'olock by K.L
Manoiiester, Manager of the Keysloue Commer
Uutler..... .. Itio
Turkeys, 4 pouuds ami over.... .75a
Hens, 9 B I'n
Springers, IH tts eaoli I&
OtdKoosters ........ Oa
'i l-. mm lasiMii sv uv jnr svntt aai
William ltutberforil Watts, a tariff expert of Kansas
City, said In a recent address;
''The average tariff argument is amusing in its Ignor
ance. ' It reminds me of a Certain KansaB Oity police
"A policeman arose in this court to testify against a
" 'WOt'a this here teller charged with?' the Magistrate
" 'Bigotry, Judge. the policeman anavrercd. 'He's
MATSVILL1 HCTAIL MABKIT.
Coaloll.lieadllght, Vl.' ls O
Coffee, fllb 5 t U
GoldenSyrup, yKl.... 35 4i U
Molasses, uew orop, V gal. W Q ...
Molasses, old orop, gL
Sorghum, fanoy nevf, ft gal 40
Sugar, yellow, ? lb , 6M
Sugar.eilra.O., V - flI 7
Sugar, A., V lb 7 ...
Sugar, grauula ted, V t) 7 $b ..
Sugar, powdered, $1 E. 10
Sugar, Hew Orloaus, p B)
Teaa.V tt....... . 30 1.00
Provlilon$anU Country Product,
Apples, dried, ft tt -. ... ($ ...
Uaoou, breakfast, jl " - 20 30
UacoD,olearsldes, V B, , 15 17
Uacou.Ilarus, jl 17 O 3)
Uaoon, shoulders, J lb 10 & 15
Ueans.tfgal . 50 O 55
Duller, V .. - SO tt
Kggs.Vdoi 20 fl
Klour, Jelfersou, V bbl ... 0.00 .:.
Plour, Alptia, V bbl .. 5 75 ...
rerfeotlou...... ,. 5 50 ... ..,
Flour, arahaw, V ! ' u
Uomtny V gal. ...,.,. .. 20 ...
Honey, V fi 15 W
Lard.f) lb II 15
Meal.V peolc ............ 30 ...
Potatoes, V Pok . ii
Young CMokens, V & - IH ..
Apples, table ', JO 25
Uananis, V doin.... 15 Ip
Ixmons, VUoian.,., ..,.,. ...w 40 Q
Too Sick to Work Doctor
Advised Operation. Re
stored to Health by
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "I run a Bow
ing machine in a largo factory and got
" an run tlown. I had to
givo up work for I could
not stand the pains in my
back. -The doctor said I
needed an operation for
female trouble but Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound helped mo
more than tho doctors
did. I hope that every
one who is sutTering will
get tho Compound. My
pains, nervousness and
backache are gone and I
havo gained five pounds.
I owo my thanks to your
medicino for it is tho
working girls friend, and all women who
Buffer should write to you for npecial
advice." Miss Tillie Plenzio, 3 Juy
St, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
When a remedy has lived for over
thirty years, steadily growing in popu
larity and influence, and thousands upon
thousands of women declaro they owo
their very lives to it, is it not reasonable
to believe that it is an artlclo of reat
Wo challenge anyono to show any
other ono remedy for a special class of
disease which has attained such an enor
mous demand and maintained it for so
many years as has Lydia E. Pinkham's
If you want Bpcclal niUIco wrlto to
Lydia E. Plukliam Medleltio Co. (conil
tleutlal) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
bo opened, read aud answered by a
woman aud held lu strict coufldcuce.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
l) (o 13 n, in. -I Io O p. in.
lly Appoliilinrul Oiily.
l7Kat Second St.,
MISS TURA TURNEK Is asioclultd In tie
ofllce with Dr. Smoot.
Mill Turner is a graduate nurse and lias had
several jeura hospital exprleuee In the use of
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
And Is fully prepared for the wort. Any one de
siring her services will rind her at lit. Smoot's
olllce, where she can he rousulted between the
hours of 8 and i; a. ra. and t to 4 p. m. Suudays
Having decided to quit farming, I will offer at
public sale, ou tuy farm at Helena Statlo i, ou
October 16th, 1912,
Wo Aro Orrerlne On Salo Kor a Kow
Days Ono Dollar Slzo UnttlCH
Oompounil Iitood anil NcrvoTunlo fotv
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A reinodjr for ltheumatlaiu. Blood,
Stoiiinoli, Liver mid ICIilnpy Troubles.
Do not lorKCt tho iirlce U3c nor bottle
or a for $1.
JOHN C. PEC0R
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
3 40 p m..i.a. 1& p in
II. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio .;
Schedule effective Jun.
3, 1112. Subject toctiange .
ITRAINS LKAVn JIAYSVILLK, KY.
HAVE YOO Evnn
70 bead of Ihorounbhml Southdown ewes
Lot of Jerary heifers,
4 Jersey cows.
I heavy farm team.
I pair ot 6-j ear old mules; good ones.
I inree-iearoui uriviun luaie,
1 brood mare,
I yearlluR filly.
I Duroo boar.
Lot sows and plirs. . -
1 mower. f
3 hay frames.
1 dump carl.
2 drag harrows.
1 Ihree-borsa Oliver break plow,
2 break plons.
2 riding cultivators.
1 corn planter.
1 heavy Iron roller.
And other items too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF 8ALK-AII suits wider 110 cash
In hand, oyer, negotiable note payable ln.bauk.
Sale begins at 10:80 a. ra, .
0:IS a.m.. H.2I a m .
1:13 P. m.,dally.
6:30 n. m, 0:21 a. m ,
week days local.
3.51 p.m., dally, loj&l.
I '3& p. in., 8-TM p Wr,v.
iu:ai p. m.qaiiy,
Oli'ia. in.. 5:2U p. in.,
W. W. WIKOKF, Agent.
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