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W. H. Taft.
J. 8. Sherman.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
FOK VICK rURSIDKNT,
JAMES S. 8HEKMAN.
HON. HAUKY BAILEY.
Wo bad Democratic prosperity under Clove
laud, and leveuue tariff and charity soup
bouses. The Ananias Club's membership is compos
ed of mon who romember things T. R. wishes
Progressive predjudices will not piovail
against a sane and truly progressive constitu
To make the people poorer, to reduce their
buying power, may and probably will reduce
the cost of living, as the Democracy cont ends.
Jtfut what matters if a thing be ever so cheap,
if a mau cannot earn the money with which to
Just after his nomination Wilson was so
"cock-sure" of election that he announced that
be would sit in his oflice and let the Presidency
fall into his lap; but now he has come to the
conclusion that he must "hustro" for it.
A BIG TARIFF POINT.
For fifteen years a Republican Protective
Tariff, has been in force. In this time ex
ports of American manufactures have grown
from $228,000,000 to over 1,000,000,000,
and the increase is going on rapidly at this
time. July, the first month of the new fiscal
year, showed a heavy gain in this respect,
with a total of $00,750,000, against $76,000,
000 in the corresponding month last year.
For seven mouths beginning Jauuary 1st, last
this country has imported manufactured ar
ticles valued at $087,000,000 against $5f9,
000,000 in the first seven months of 1911.
Spoaking of progressivonoss, here is something
solid to talk about, and the figures are th ose
of established facts. Exports of our manu
factures lmvo increased more than fourfold
undor the Dingley law and ths Payne law.
It is pioposcd by the Democratic party to
demolish Protection, the basis on which these
results have been achieved. When tho Ding
ley law was passed Democratic leaders do-
s clared that it would destroy our foreign trade.
!?- MMintr ittoi-n nnninlnlnlir lnlufuL'nn Out fi'fiin
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; aUroad has greatly expanded, and most
gSlflfiuanufnctured products. Many ar
ticles mado in America aro now proferred by
foreign consumers. Our manufacture!?, ar
tisans and inventors have moved upon and
$rcnpturod many markots sinco Republican Pro-
, taction turned the tide this way by oncourag
. ing American entorpriso to do its best under
Tariff safeguards. Amorican wages havo been
maintained and reasonable Amorican profits
protected The war now undertaken against
a Protective Tariff ignores figures lhat org
absolutely conclusive. St. Louja Globe-Dom-
ocrar, - x-
recoivos $20 or $25 a wook, ho can still pay
$20 or $25 Jor an occasional suit of clothes,
support his family and savo a few dollar?
against sickness or death. If ho woiked undor
the competitive exactions of Froe-Trado ho
might get $10 or $12 a weok, and be unable
to buy clothes at $10 or $12, for it would take
every ponny ho earned to keop a homo over
Manufacturers of foreign countries want the
American market. Tho pauper wages of
Europe would permit them to undersoil Amer
ican products, onco tho Taiiff duties were low
ered or removed, as Wilson and other Free
Traders at homo and abroad .desire, but it
would bo at tho sacrifice of the wages of mil
lions of laboring people and bijjions of the
invested funds of American manufacturers.
The gain by tho chango would bo solely with
foreign producers; tho loss entirely with the
WHERE DID THE SAVING APPEAR.
A reduction in tho Tariff might give Gov
ernor Wilson the cheap foreign socks for
which his soul craves, and yet low duties havo
lasted longer than low prices. Thero were
days in which British iron rails sold in this
country for $50 a ton, and it was predicted
that the blessed Walker Tariff would reduce
the price. It surely did the price fell to $40
a ton, nud the Free-Traders were glad to see
that they had saved the American people
twenty per ceut. on every ton of rails. There
might bo American workmen without employ
ment, capital not paying dividends, buildings
falling into ruin, but thero was a twenty per
cent, saving. That was admitted.
Next, tho American industry was bankrupt
ed, the British got control of tho market, and
thoy raised the price to $75 a ton. This is all
fact haid fact it was for the iron men of that
day. Whero did the saving for tho American
This is no dream of an American standpatter.
It is well told by an English pamphleter, and
thero are hundreds of men who still live to
remember tho twenty por cent, saving and tho
tho fifty per cent, advance on tho former
price. Camdon Post-Telegram.
The main troublo with tho fellow who
Jiuows it all is that ho has so much to learn.
Discretion may be the better part of valor,
but it is also the greater part of cowardice.
Every dog has his day, but it isn't every
dog who knows when ho is having it.
It isn't every woman who comes up to our
expectations, but they can all fill tho bill, ac
cording to tho reasoning of tho married mon
who havo to pay them.
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What wouldn't you Rive to be nblo to bavo the world's greatest singers
and musicians to sing mid play tor you whenever you wanted 'to hear them!
You can hear thorn whenever and na often as you wish with a Victrola in your
home; and you can get one of these wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P.J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
COPYMIoNir k p. (, cu e&
THE BUSINESS MEN
are fully aware of the value of pood droning as a
Imilneii tmet. Tliey regard well made, perfect
tltUu attlro at much of an enentlalat tt at
tractive qualities of a weit kept ttore or oflice
Toe ooly question 11 who It the tailor who can
make tliem tbs most tatliftntery garments;
There ran he no question of doubt It Jou place
your order with u. Remember tbls Is the only
store In this section where jou can buy Ed V.
Trice's mace to raeatuea clothes. See the new
browns we are showing for 1:8 tof. they are
repeaters. Reraembrrnre reualr all our dry clean
work free of charge In a workmanlike manner,
C. F. McNAMARA,
OH West Front Street.
JDST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OP NEW
Iowa Timothy Seed!
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Eclair comedy drama,
THE KIND QID MAN
His kindly scheming brings two bash
ful lovers together.
ft flrtn a. It
Troubles of a young couple who start
HER LAST RESORT !
That tho course of lovo doesn't run smooth
is demonstrated by tho fact that it's a iocky
road to Reno.
It is a small consolatioa to tho ball pi ayor
to realize that the morabers of tho militia aro
also called out on strikfs. New York Times.
ti.lr s 2. --wV A;Ji!lni.? niJV
wrr J rfr-yr i.ri xuid:miiih
k NO ARTISTIC TA8TK.
The dnpper'looking young traveling man waa lording
it over tho loiterers at the corner grocery.
"Ever aeen Niagara Falls?" he waked tho proprietor.
"Nope," that individual replied, tereely.
"Ever seen Ausablo Obasra?"
"Ever took in Yollowatono 1'arkT"
"Ever gaxo at the aunrlae from Pike' a Peak?"
The grocer winked wisely at the bystanders,
''To tell tho truth," he then .observed to tho traveling
' man, "I never took much stock in them taovingicturei
The 23d Day of November,
At 2 o'clock p.m., we will alter for sale to the
h'ghest bidder the old Llojd farm of
On the Salem Turnpike, one and a half milts
Southeast of Qermantown, In Mason county,
This farm has been In oontlnuoua possession of
the Lloyd family sluo 1832. It has bad careful
management, has always been a famous tobacco
farm and Is now In a IiIrIi state of cultivation,
This farm can bo divided to advantage and
will be offered for sale In parculs and as a whole.
There Is a Rood two story dwelling, a tenant
house, all necessary outbuildings, barn room for
25,000 pounds of tobaooo, a never falling and
well-distributed supply of stock water, and feho '
Ing In good condition. lhe place la one and a
half miles from churches and schools on good
turnpike lhat leads to tbe lUblo door. This
farm paya a gocd pir ceut. fanned on the tenant
system and Is desirable either as an Investment
or as a home,
For further Information apply to Dan II, Lloyd,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
J. P. Uencett, former cuhler of the State
Dank of Mclienry, Miea-.was arretted at Gulf
port, kiln,, charged with embtzitemea'.
Rniita has suggested UDoffklsl'y tbtt the
Six Power Interested lo tbe proposed Chinese
loan demand tbe pay mont of the Doxer Indem
nity. An Inutility commission wai ordered for
Howard B, Edwards, tbe bandit ubo held up
an"L and f lo la the jcuUilrfi of, New Or
MAY8VILLZ UK TAIL MABKIT.
Coaloll.headllgbt, y gal t IS ...
Coffee, 1 lb ,15 40
Golden Syrup, gal 35 & 40
Molasses, new crop, gal. 50 & ...
Molasses, old crop, $) gal.
Sorghum, fanoy new, V gal 40
Sugar, yellow, $J ft itf
Sugar.extra.O., ft 6H& 7
Sugar, A., V & 7 ...
Sugar, grauulatLd, V ft 7 ..
Sugar, powdered, tf ft 10
Sugar, Now Orleaus, t) ft.
Teae,J ft . 30 1.00
Protliiont and Country ItoUute.
Apples, dried, $ ft.... ..
Bacon, breakfast, 1 ft...... 20 30
ll&con.olearsldei, V ft 15 17
llaoon, Haras, J ft 17 'ij
Ilaoon, shoulders, ) ft 10 1ft
lieans.tfgal 60 65
Butter, y lb 30 35
llugl.doi .., 20 25
Flour, Jefferson, V bbl 6.00 ...
Flour, Alpha, V bbl 5 75 ...
Perfection 5 50
Hour, Graham, tf sack 40 ..
Hominy $gal. 20 ...
Honey, V & - . 15 20
Lard.l ft. 12 15
Meul,$ peck . 30 ...
Potatoes, p peck 93
Young Chickens, ) ft. 18
Apples, table. ..,. 30 35
Uananai, $ dozen 15 30
Lemons, t dozen 40 ..
Limes, f) dozen ' 20 . .
Pineapples, can, s'loed 20 1 ...
California Oranges 30 40
Than Ever At the
New York Sioe I
The reason: More gouds than ever. Prices
'ower than over.
Specials in our Millinery Department Saturday.
We have the very latest ideas and prices below any
where. Ladies' and Children's Coats. We have tho
greatest selection ever carried and prices to open your
eyes. Ladies' beautiful Coats $3.98 up to $15. La
dies' Suits, a sample lino. You must see them to ap
preciate their value. They lit without alteration.
Best 98c Blanket and Comfort in the world.
New York Store pyf-
THE BEST WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INiTHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of anykni
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving means anything to you, we should have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "ESS
WHEN TOU GO TO
See Baseball in Cincinnati
8TOI' AT THK
In Mammouth Cave
All expenses for dry fall trip $1215 on
morning train October lGib. Seo L. & N
Millie 4, First Natlonnl IlnnU lsullilluir.
I.ccal and Look I Office No. 555.
Distance Phones ( ltesldence No 1S7.
Dr. P. G. SM00T
Eye, Ear, Nose,
O lo 13 H, in. I luS i. III.
lljr Appointment Only.
17 Halt Second St., DIAYHVIOkfVK
MISS TURA TTRXEK Is associated In tho
otllce with Dr. Smoot,
M Its Turner Is &Kraduate nurse and lias had
aeveral years hospital experience In the use of
1IAT1IS, MASSAGE and
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
And Is fully prepared (or the work. Any one de
siring her services nil I find her at Dr. Smoot's
olllce, where she can bo consulted between the
hours of 8 and 1! a. in andlto-lp. m. Sunday,
by appointment ouly.
Wo Aro OtTering On Salo For n Koiv
IDaya One Dollar SIzo IJottlea
Oompoiina IJIood mid Nerve Tonlo Ibr
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A rciuody Tor ltlioumatiam. Blood.
Stomach, Mvor nnd Kidney Troubles.
Do not forget tho price 33oper bottlo
or 3 for $1.
JOHN C. PEC0R
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
as Ltat4. Arriv
II. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Sohedule elTeotlre Juq.
3,1012. Subject to chango
ITRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
1 .35 p. m., f co , m m
6:18 a.m., 8:31 a in,
3:13 p. m, dally.
5:30 a.m., O.tl a. m
week days local.
3.54 p mdally,lo2al.
W. W. WIKOFK. Agont,
10 31 p.m. dallr.
r,oa n. iu.. 9ij p. iu
weoK aaya, tocai
9;35&.ni,, dully, local
u.asa. m., o:su I
Who la always laylDR down the law for
others ia apt to lay it aaiJe for himself.
Our Colored Citizens.
k ;va rH ifmiikm u ' s r, xr " '"ia-uv a'-oii
i it" . ..wi jv naauBBBai :.ni . .na.. ,-. rm i .. liji, i . v.-i - w? , - v ' . , j.
I ii iiw' M ik. i Will " ."T'i"n "umi- m i, .j t -- wi'ajk vr . nt . i v- ..; i r- i
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A WORTHY CaIISG.
A colored orRanlzilloo haa been formed In
thlj city to solicit olotblop, shoes and money
of tbe public aplrited white and colore d pto
pie for tbe neglected colored children. Those
who hare brought such a movement Into exla
ecce realize the Jlmmecso good it will be to
needy colored children In keeping them In the
day and Sunday-school, and off tho atroetr, as
well us adding to their comfort. One would
be surprised to know the large number of
children that drop oat of school for the lack
of these things and laterbcome street crlml-
Tbe following are tho officor.:
President Mrs. Sallie Uaiaball.
Secretary Miss Frances Strawder.
Treasurer Ur. Bessie Davis.
Directors Prof. W. H. Humphrey, Ulsses
Nora Ward and Allio Young.
Any one wishing to contribute toward tbls
worthy cans can do so by dropping a card to
Ura. Bailie Marshall, or cslllai: up 'phone 448.
This cause has tbe sympathy and sanction
of that good and noble otaao,"J.rt. Proor,
Sopsrintacdenyof the CliyfHI.ilonjfcf,, , .
. ' . . . ". r-aavirr ,
.A j ,. , igMMMI llisTll III I i
Pnblir. X A I F
IA k INSTEAD
TpM V F OFTYPE
Having decided toiiultfnrmlnir., I will offer at
public sate, on my farm at Helena Statlou, ou
October 1 6th, 1912,
70 head of thoroughbred Southdown ewes
Lot of Jcrse heifers,
4 Jersey cows.
1 heavy farm team,
I pair of 5-jcur old mules; good ones,
I three-year-old drlvluK mate,
I brood mare. .
I yearling Oily.
I Duroo boar.
Lot sows and Diss.
2 wagons. '
J hay frames.
I dump curl.
3 drag barrows.
1 three-horse Oliver break plow,
3 bnalc plows.
3 riding cultivators,
1 corn planter.
1 heavy Iron roller.
And other Items too numerous to mention,
TERMS OV SALE All sua. under 110 oath
In band; over, negotiable not payable In bank.
Bale begin, at 10:30 a, m,
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Than 200 Columns
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world. Only tho 200 beat out of 9,000 c&rtoo&a
esch month, aro selected.
A Picture History of World's Events Eaen Month
campaign, in Cartoons" and watch the oppos
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