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W. H. Taft. J. 8. Sherman.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAF1'.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
JAMES S. SHEUMAN.
HON. 1IAKKV BAILEY.
" Let well enough iilouc. Ilcinember the
Cleveland erti of free soup and Coxey's Army.
Fifty-three and a half per-cont. in value of
the goods we impoit now come in free. The
tax levied upou the remainder protects home
industries and goes to support the government.
A New Zealand government commission has
just reported that the cost of living in that
British colony has increased 10 per cent, in
17 years. Blame this on Taft and the Repub
Cl.-iy workmen who aro now busy, will
recall their experience in 1S93, 1S04 and 1695;
and decide not to express auy electoral pre
ference for the return of that season of idle
ness, gloom and suffering. Fiudlay Repub
lican. "The invisible opponents of the now Ohio
Constitution,' sa)S the Youngstown Telegram,
"have decided to give the voters of Ohio what
they asked for." li-Uher what about .'50 per
cent of the voters of Ohio forced on the State.
"T. It. is doing well at least part of what
ho set out to do," says a lieiald of the new
dispensation of Jacobinism. "lie's smashing
the Republican party." Trying to smash it,
contemporary. There's a iieap of difference
between trying to do a thing and doing it.
-The party survived the radical malcontents of
18G4; it survived the "liberal Republicans" of
1872; it's going to survive T. R. Hartford
word uonies from Olovulaud that the I. and
It. is soon to bo used to secure Jim Crow cars
Reliablo news from Pennsylvania ntiil Michi
gan is that tho Roosevjilt- flare-up is flicker
ing ou, and tho Taft soutimont is staidly grow
ing. This is also tho Ohio situation.
Aviation has now claimed f0 victims from
among army ail men, most of them officers.
It would tako a pretty sevcro battle to show
a flimilinr death list. New York World.
Concerning the. Hull Mooso paity George J.
Gould said: "It is alf'BulP and nothing olse.
I consider Col. Roosevelt a rather dangerous
candidate. Tho peoplcTdo not like tho idea
of a thirJ term. A second term leads to a
third term, and a third term to dictatorship,
and a dictatorship to a monarchy. Tho peo-
plo fear Roosevelt on that account." .
Tho aggregate resources of tho banks of tho
Stato Ohio on September 4th wore 540,320,.
(500.04, as compared to $.r21,2f)S,444.13 on
April 18th, 1912. According to bank exami
nation there has never been a time when Ohio
banks were in better shape than they are at
flits time. Ohio banks today have $17,000,
000 mote in reserve, as shown by the reports
of tho department, than they aro required to
keep by law.
When the lion. Thcodoro Roosevelt goes
on tho stand wj would like him to explain
the correlation of his message of August 22,
1907, to Charles J. Bonaparte, Attorney Gen-
"Please do not file the suit (against tho
Harvester Trust) until I hear from you"
with the uoto to him from his Commissioner
of Corporations. Herbert Knox Smith of date
August 21sr, 1907
"It is a very practical question whether it is
well to thiow away now the great influence of
tho so-called Morgan interests." Louisvillo
What wouldn't you give to bo nblo to liavo the world's rt.iliat shiver
nnd musicians to sing and play for yougrhonevcr you wanted to lienr thopi!
Von enn hear thorn whenever nnd n ollon as you wish with a Victrola iu your
liouir; and you can get one of these wonderlul instruments from
$15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Awkward Squad Quts
Washington, Octobor 4th. Tho entlfe rebel
army In Managua, Nicaragua, wits captured
with ell ita amunlttoD, ormi and tnlllery
after afour hours' battle with Government
troops at 1 o'clock yesterday morning
Hi WASHINGTON THEATER 1
Ohio hae 14,040 Uoyal nnd Select
Master Mnsous, a gain of about 1,000
in tho last year.
More than 1,000 barrels of winter
apples are to bo placed in cold (storage
at Henderson, Ky.
Heavy break in cotton prices on con
dition and pinners' report caused de
cline of $1. CO a bale.
Chicago News: Standiug at Armageddon
involves a great deal of Railroad 1 ravel.
Philadelphia Record: Bourke Coekran is
in the Piogressive party now; he has been iu
Columbus State: Put on your hat, Mr,
Debs. Mary Garden was pinched for less than
Estimated that United States Steel
Corporation will show net earnings in
excess of $40,000,000 iu lirst quarter
Canadian Pacilic to issue $00,000,
000 additional stock at $175. No call
on new stock will be made before Jan
Editor M. O. WilHon of The Vance
burg Sun is a candidato for Keprc
scntntive on toe ltepublicau ticket in
It is said by prominent railroad offi
cials that it would require $10,000,
000,000 to put the railroads iu proper
shape to handle the increasing crops
of tho country.
The annual convention of the Ohio
National Guard Association will bo
held at Cincinnati November 'Join
and 2Gth. About 350 oillcera of the
O. N. G, will he iu attendance.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
J9A1I matter for publication uiuit be
huuilrd In Iirfiiro o oVlorU u. ui.
Tho straw hat season U over, but the straw
vote li In tho height of fashion.
Mr. May Harrington Stallo, former wife of
Dan It. Hanns, was granted a divorce at Cin
cinnati from E. K. Stallo, a well-known busi
ness and club man.
Tbo business fal'urrs In the United States
for the week ending October 31 were 268
against 223 last week and 201 In the corre
sponding week of 1011.
Tho teacher gave the sentence: ' The horao
and the cow li In the stable',' and asked fir
correction. In course of tima a little boy
said -II think the lady's namj shoull cjmo
In Mammouth Cave
All expeoeea for dry fall trip $12 15 on
morning train October 10th. See L & N
Tho Conductor's Answer
"The train mutt bo late," remarked a pas
senger to the conductor as ha passed a'oag
collecting the fare.. "Ye;," replied the con
ductor, "the train beforA is behind and this
tra'n was behind bofore, and yet is behind, bc
cauie tbo train is behind that Is before."
Than Ever At the
New Vork Store I
The reason: More gouds than ever. Prices
lower than ever.
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 pricos to open vour
eyes. Ladies' beautiful Coats $3.98 UD to $15. La- '
-i:.. o. .. t i? ir ' .i
uius ouus, a sampie lino, you must see mem to ap
preciate their value. They fit without alteration.
Best 98c Blanket and Comfort in the world.
New York Store L2
Brothers Get Divorco From Sis
ters and Name Brothers as
After Operation Failed to Help,
Cardui Worked Like a Charm,
Milwaukee Sentinel: A Gould has gone
bankrupt iu Now York City. But it was Rita
Gould, an actress.
Mr. Taft was justified in paying at Beverly
that "the people will not turn permanently
, from the mo9t valuable lessons of experience
w hi the past, from those institutions of civil
liberty, those guarantees of personal rights,
and those limitations upon tho majority con
tained in the Constitution." Tho probability
is that tho people will not even turn from them
temporarily to seive tho purposes of either one
of the radical candidates. Rochester Demo
.crn,t and Chronicle.
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jv . .111.1, j.ull IIU3 iiiimu auiiiu "nivu iiiiaiuK.ua,
.V-Though his judicial appointments have beeu
.unusually good, he has erred groatly in the
selection of his Cabiuct'aud of other ollicers;
'' but his errors have hi en duo mainly to a sin
, cero dosiro to trry out hjs'party'e unsound
platform and especially to uphold the unjust,
corrupting and intricate tax-system callod the
protective tarifl'. lie is an able, honest inan
' rind never a demagogue. I Io at least has. more
candor, stability and moral courage than
Uoosovelt. IIo doos not promise unattainable
things and n happy niillcnium. Governor
Ilevvilh Mountain Sun: Teddy says ho
doesn't want to be a King. Well, there is only
one other male character in the deck, and he's
Atlanta Constitution: Reports to tho con
trary notwithstanding, President Taft must bo
in fine health, siuco ho takes such a rosy view
of the dark future
Charleston News and Courier: One way
in which to bury tho past is to provido for the
political funeral of Theodora Iloosovelt.
Jonesvlllo, S. C "I Buffered with
womanly troubla," writes Mrs. J. S.
KendrJck, In a letter from this place,
"and at times, I could not bear to atand
on ray feet. The doctor said I would
never bo any better, and that I would
havo to havo an operation, or I would
havo a cancer.
I went to tho hospital, and they oper
ated on mo, but I got no hotter. They
Bald medicines would do me no good,
and I thought I would havo to die.
At last I tried Cardui, nnd began to
Improve, bo I continued using It. Now,
I am well, and can do my own work.
I don't feel nny pains.
Cardui worked like n charm."
Thero must bo merit In this purely
vegetable, tonic remedy, for women
Cardui for it has been In successful
uso for moro than CO years, for tho
treatment of womanly weakness and
Pleaso try It, for your troubles.
N.B. Write In: UJlei' AdvKory Dept. Chtt.
nooza Medicine Co , Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special
Illitruetions, anil 64-paie book, Home Treatment
ku Worain." lent la plain wrapper, on rtqviut
Camumdgu, Mass., October 4ih. Two
brothers, Risbard and Rogor A. Lyon, both of
Maiden, were granted divorces from their
w vef, who aro stater?, in the Cambridge, Maap.,
divorce court on statutory grounJr. la ask
log for the decreaa tho Lyon brothers named
two Maiden men, a'a brothers as co rerpond
GO AFTER THE MEN,
IS BISHOP'S ADVICE
COPvHitnr A rf L C" t-
THE BUSINESS MEN
aro fully aware of Dm Talus of good Ureulng at a
business nisut. Thoy regard well made, perfect
fltllnir attlru as much of an essential as the at
tractive qualities of & weil kept store or ofllce.
The only question li who Is the tailor who can
make them the most satlsfactery garments
There can be no question of doubt If you place
our order with us. Remember this Is the only
lore In this section where you can buy Kd. v.
Price's iiihCu to meatuee clothes. Sen the new
browus we are showing for 818 to 122, theyara
repeaters. Remember we repair all our dry olean
work free of charge In a workmanlike manner,
C. F. McNAMARA,
OH West Front Street. SlajraWlle, Hy.
THE BEST WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN1THE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Wo 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.
fit I UK L.ldT
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "fflg
JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OF NEW
Iowa Timothy Seed!
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Motliodist Ministers Hear Earnost
Plea at their Oneninrj
la bin adJreas to tbo MethoJUt Ministers'
Association at Wiloy Cape), Bishop WalJeo de
clared that 75 per coot, of the American bora
men of Cincinnati aro cod church goera. Bis
hop Waldon claim that tbo pulpit had not
tbo drawing pawor It once bad, and that the
men must be brought to church to bear thj
His voice ehaklog with emotion, Bishop
Walden urged tbe men assembled before him
to begin their year's efforts by praying for
GUN CLUB SHOOT
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Crack Shots to Try Their Skill
Hero October 10th
The 23d Day of November
Trv . ixtv v- vi j7-Kir--i ' i v-r-aji i an u
i rS M .! IB. II. KW TT
X QENTLEMAN'8 RAILROAD.
P. V. Daniel, "Virginia gentleman," was ono of tbe
general olllccra of tbe old Iticbroond, Fredericksburg &
Even in those days, before Ibe Civil War, tho road
waa prosperous, and ot a meeting of tbe board of direc
tors 8omo progressive introduced a resolution to red uce
tbe rare for passengers from 17 to 11 cents a milo.
Instuutjy Daniel, who was chairman, declared tho
motion "out ol order."
"Why?" protested its patron,
'',Vby?" thundered Daniel. 'If you do that you will
have every ragtag nnd bob.tail in the State ot Virginia
riding; on oucroad." Tbat'whyl'' --
Tbo resolution was unanimously Ubicd.
At2o'clook p.m., we will offer for late to the
hlgbeit bidder the old Lloyd (arm of
On tbe Salem Turnpike, oue and a balf miles
Sourheitt of Uermantowu, lu M uon county,
Tlili farm tim been In oontlnuous poiteiilon of
tbe Lloyd family ilnoi 18.12. It liai bad careful
management, lias alwayi tmen a fainoui tobacco
farm and U now In a hlli ttato of cultivation.
Thli farm oan bo divided to advantage and
will bo off red for aale lu pnroels and ai wbole,
Tfaere li a ood two ilory dwelling, tenant
houie, all neoenary outbuildings, barn room for
25,(100 pound! of tobacco, a uever-fulllng and
-eil-dUtrlbuted lupplr of itoolc waltr. and fenc
Ing In good condition, Tbo plaue li one and a
half rollet from cburobea and iulooli oc a good
turnpike that led to tbe liable door. This
farm payi a gocd per com. farmed on tbe tenant
lyitimaud li desirable either ul an Investment
or as a home,
For further Information apply to Dan II. Lloyd,
Thursday afternoon, October lOih, the Maaon
County Gun Club will be visited by some of
tbe best professional trap sbootera of tbe
country, among whom will be Mr. Holla lleikea
and Mr. C. B. Cage of tho U. M. C. Companyand
Mr. Woolfolk Henderson of tbo Peters Cart
rldgo Company, with others yet to be beard
from. Tba) gontlemen will give exhibitions
of their skill at tombing clay targets with
their rospeotlve ammunition and guns,
In oonnnection with tbts entertainment the
local c'ub will aboot a program of five, twenty
target events and a ipeolal event ot twenty
live targets for a bandsomo trophy donated by
tbe club. This latttr event will be a distance
handicap for amateurs only and tbe handloap
will ba arravgod from tho twenty target
Shooting starts at 1:30 p. to.
Cvent No. 120 targets,... Entrance $ .20
Event No. 220 targets.... Entrance .20
Event No. 320 targets..:. Entrance .20
Event No. 420 targsta.... Entrance .20
Event No. C 20 targeta... Eatranoa .20
Special Event 25 targets ...Entrance .50
Total 125 1.60
Tbo special event Is open to nnutourf only
and to only those who shoot through tba entire-
The pobllo Is cordially Invited to bi pretest
as there will undoubtedly bo tome very floe
U IS a, in. I to . in.
llj Appoliilnirnt Only.
MISS TUISA TURNER is asioclattd in tho
otllce with Dr. Smoot.
Mill Turner It uraduate nurte and baa had
several jeuri hoipltal experience lu the use of
IIAT11S, MASSAGE and
FOR THE TREATMENT OK
And la fuily pri'iured tor the work. Any one de
alilng her services will tlud her at l)r bmoot's
ofllcf, where the cau be consulted between tbe
hourtofHandlJa.m and 1 to i p ru. Suudaya
by appointment only.
Kullo I, I'liiit Xutlonnl lUiuh Ilulldlusr,
Local und Long t Office No. 555,
Distance Phouet f ltetldenoe No. 137,
17 Knst Second 8t., MAYgVII.R,K
Wo Aro Oft'erliiR On Sato For a Few
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Compound Illood nnd Nerve Tonlo for
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for ltlietirnatleni. Illood,
Stomach, IjUornnd Kidney Troubles.
Do not forget ttio price U5o per bottle
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
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