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ANU CHRISTMAS.
A. Pr CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.
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W. H. Taft.
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J. 8. Sherman.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
FOK PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
TOR VICE PRESIDENT,
JAME3 S. SHEHMAN.
FOR CONGRESS,
HON. IIAHHY IIAILEY.
In declaring the crime of the present age to
be "frenzied speech," Vice-President Shermni)
has coiued n very appropriate phrnso.
The Nntioual Prohibition party has been in
existence for more than forty years; ' during
that time it has witnessed tho birth an demiso
of twenty-ono national parties.
The San Francisco Chronicle suggests that
any movement for the extension of the civil
service system should uot include the idea of
retaining incompetents for life.
n
In his speech at the Minnesota State Fair,
Col. Kooaevelt said tho adoption of the Demo
cratic tariff plan would, plunge tho country in
s(a the worst panic seen in a generation.
The Bostou Transcript finds encouragement
in tho fact that in Bostou and New York the
so called "Industrial Workers of the World"
were not given a place in the Labor Day pa
"rades.
The Boston Herald well says: "No Con
gress should remain in session during a presi
dential campaign. The temptation to beud
every legislative activity to political advantage
is'too strong to bo resisted."
An American writer who has just visited
China notes the fact that workers in a steel
plant in that country 'eccives f0 cents a day
- for services similiar to those performed by
Americans who receive $10 a diy.
The Now York Journal of Commerce, a free
trade paper, hints that the figures of export
prices of manufactures prepared by the "Tariff
Reform League" to create popular prejudico
against tho piotectivo tariff, aro weakened hy
"exaggerations or errors in detail."
-
The Now York Commoicial says that Son
ntor Clapp's proposal that tho expenses of
of presidential elections bo paid by tho nation-at-large,
would make us the laughing-stock of
tho world, and would lead to tho multiplying
of parties for tho purpose of getting a share
of this "public plunder."
O'uo reason for the higher cost of living,
uVay be found in tho fact that noaily 21,1)00,-
000 pounds of meats, vegetables, otc, have
been condemned in tho last eight mouths by
tho Now York Board of lloalth, as unfit for
use; and in other cities largo amounts of food
hnye been destroyed for tho same icason.
i
It must bo that tho voters of Arkansas aro
fanner thau thoso of Ohio, for in tho recent
1 r
election they reject oil all of tho proposed radi-
'.- ;cal amendments to tho state constitution, in
cluding thoso of tho "giandfathor clause" (do-
signed to disfranchiso a largo number of negro
vo.ters) and tup recall of all. elective officers. .
H..JM.il.lejsf
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It nppoara, that tlm abaudoiimonl of tho
proposed investigation of tho "monoy trust"
by tho Democrats in tho House, dates from tho
timo that Wilson, in his speech of acceptance,
said it was not certain that thoro was any such
thing as a money trust in existence.
THE CRIME OF THIS "NEW AGE."
Tho eiimo of this "uow age" is frenzied
speech and action; lack of thought, a spurning
of dolibeiation and of tho weighing of cons.
quencoB. Fakers with projects to "get rich
quick" draw gaping crowds. Mad ha9to is tho
pastimo of the multitude. Automobiles race
to carry their passengers to death at a mile a
minute. Tho British Board of Trade attribu
tes tho awful sinking of tho Titauic, with its
cruel sacrifice of life, of crew and passengers,
to excessivo speed. The thiid term paity and
Candidate Wilson urgo tho country to liko
disaster and ruin.
When the American people, iu tho quiet of
the home fireside, about the oveuing lamp, in
the lato autumn days, shall have given careful
thought to the history of tho past, shall have
considered tho blessings that have come from
tried policies; when they shall have contem
plated the possible dangers that may follow
from uuwiso and unripe changes, they will
give heed to the warning and will not ropeat
in our political and ecouomic fiolds tho fright
ful and ghastly experience of tho Titanic.
Wo Republicans aro not men woi shippers.
Wo contend with Jefferson for "principles, not
men."
1)-are free, and we follow blindly no leader
and bow to no dictator. The people always
have and the people always will rule. We
grip our anchor firmly on the Constitution and
the American system of representative govern
ment. The more savage aud truculent tho at
tacks upon then, the morejnsolent the bluster,
the more steadfast is our stand for fieo insti
tutions, which aro the glory of mankind. An
untrammelled juiciary is their strong bulwark.
We warn the electorate not to be drowned by
a Niagara of denunciation and abuse. Every
tirade against the Constitution and tho law
and tho courts is a strident call to tho Amer
ican people to protect their homes aud to main
tain, inviolate, Constitutional government;
every assault upon protection a summons to
picserve their opportunities, to maintain ex
isting conditions, which places the American
wage earner iu every calliug on a higher scalo
of living and civilization than onjoyed else
where in tho world. Such protection can be
guaianteed only by adequate customs duties,
justly and wisely applied, to hold our broad
and immense homo market against the world.
Such protection, to be safe and certain, must
be based upon a Republican protective tariff.
Tho evidence upon which the American
elcctorato will base its verdict in November
will bo submitted upon the hustiugs, through
the press aud by pleas through tho mails. Tho
evidence should bo based upon the oxperionco
of tho past. Tho jury of American people
must weigh it well and sift tho falso from the
true. The verdict will bo rendered within a
few hours of a singlo day; its effect will be
with us for years. Let no' juror reach his
conclusion, render his verdict, without duo
caro for tho welfaro of himself, his kinsmon
and his follows. Speech of Accoptnnco of
Vice-Piesident Sherman, August 21, 1012.
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Nil VICTR0LAS
What wouldn't you rIvo to bo altlo to have the mm-IiI'ii Krentest (ringcra
and mueicinnn to eing and piny (or you whenever you wanted to hear tlioml
You can hear thorn whenever and an olton aa you wish with a Vietrola in your
home; and you can get ouo of these wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
ssr
m WOULD
I EK
Wants United States to Adopt
Co-Operative Credit System.
BUSIN
ESS
MEN
RESULT OF INVESTIGATION
ARE ALL FOR TAFI
Nation's Prosperity Depends on
His Re-election.
8tate Department, at tho President's
Direction, Haa Looked Into the Sys
tem In Vogue In Europe It Would
Mean Low Rates and Easy Terms
For Repayment.
EVERY SECTION FAVORS HIM
Men of 8ubatance, With Interests of
Country at Heart, Place Republican
Candidate Above Bull Moose
Wrecker and Democratic Free
Trader Good Times In Sight.
Tho stato departmont'B lnvcatlga- Tho Evening Post of Now York,
tion of European systems of co-opera- which professos an Independent attl
tlvo credit has now reached tho second tudo toward tho presidential contest,
has been taking tho vIowb of repro
sontatlvo business men In various
I tlfirtn nf thn TTtiltnrt Qlolno nn Mm Int.
1 1. t. I- ..! II.. Ikl. "" -..-vu uio.uo u.. wiu .111
Is tho form of co-oporatlvo
which, under ono plan or another, will
bo proposod for adoption In the United
stago in which a study Is mado of tho
mortgage bond soclotles and tho mort-
f In AVAMnl thill tlmla
ii. id uAyunuu " "" i Drovoment In hnnlnnnn onnrllMnna nml
CrCdlt M,n nrnhntlln Inflnnnnn rt IVint- tm.
, . . ..,.,uu.v.u v.. I..UV ui-
, provonicnt on tho natlonul election.
IMoreBusiness
Than Ever At the
New York Store !
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 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.
SPECIAL.
Best 98c Blanket and Comfort in the world.
New York Store &JE5,
PHONE 571..
States In connection with Prcsldont
Taft's efforts to oxtond this assistance
to tho American farmer.
Aa compared to the present Amorl
can system of farm land loans this
form of cooperative credit would ac-'
Among conditions pointing to In
creasing prosperity and bettor times
for all branches of trado and Indus
try aro a wheat crop estimated by
tho department of agriculture In Its
1 report for August at 58,000,000 bushels
moro man mo crop of 1911 aud ex
ceeding In magnitude only In three
compllsh two things for the farmer: preceding years: a corn crop, If not In
First. It would permit him to repay j Jured by early frosts, estimated to bo
his loan through an easy system of UlG tuIrd largost of our yields and 10
amortization extending over a long po- po,r. cent- ,arer than ln 1911- nnd a
rlod of years and would remove effec-1 l " cnrP rc?ntly ""mated as high
.. . ' . . , as 14,000,000 bales, which would bo ex-
lively tho menace of foreclosure or cocdod onIy by Uj0 extraordInary 1G,-
...... nu.bu iuB nn.u iuu .nui uuu.uuu Daio crop of last year. Tho
of Damocles over tho head ot any bor
rower from a private Individual under
a short time mortgage.
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A VVUh Cf.KlUCAIi SUPPLY.
A- Rood colored brother in Georgia recently wrote to
hia Disbop for a clerical, as follows: ,
Send us a Bishop to preach. If you can't Bend us a
Bishop send us a sliding Elder; if you can't sondus a
eliding Elder Bend ue a stationary preacher; ihyou can't
send him send ua a circuB rider; if you can't spare him
and ua a locus preacher; if you can't spare a locus
preacher send us an exhauster."
That settled1 It and he got a preacher.
Second. It would unlock tho doors
of tho great monoy centers to tho
farmer of tho rcmoteat regions and
give a security to tho Investor lu New
York, so that ho would need havo no
concern with knowing anything cf tho
ort of security offered by th farm ln
Texas or Oregon on which the money
ho lends Is to bo spent
This means to the farmor low rutoa
of Interest and easy terms for repay
ment. What it would mean ln moro
specUc terms to tho Amorlcau farm
er can bit easily seen in a comparison
of conditions in Germany of Franco
and ln tho United States, lloro Is tho
Btutomiwt of a dealer ln land mort
gages In our southwest, made at a
meeting in Now York city Tho
speaker was describing the business
of a company financed hy British cap
ital which makes mortgage loans on
faims ln tho southwestern states:
"Wo havo been loaning money at 8,
9 and 10 per cant I loaned monoy In
the Panhandle twenty.woven years ago
and for tho Ilrst three or four yearc
.lover got less than 3 per cent a month.
That Is Incident to a new country.
Now our bank rate Is 10 per cent. Our
land loans that wo hire boen raakjng
the first year or so through that sec
tion of tho country havo boen mado
on an 8 or 9 por ceut basis. However,
I am very frank to Bay that I think
tho rates ought to come down and
that we ought to be able to got money
from that section ot the country at
0 or 7 per cent."
In comparison with this statement
tho Credit Fonder ot Franco is able to
loan money on farm lands at 4.3 por
cent and Uio German societies and
banks at ubout 4 or 4.P per cent. As
tho speaker quoted above sayB, tho
high rato of interest ln this country 1b
probably to a large extent duo to tho
fact that It Is a new country and that
money here is more actively employed.
It is donbtful whether, even with the
adoption of the European machinery,
Jtho lntorcst rates on mortgages could
bo brought down as low ln the United
States as they are in either Franco or
Germany. It is tho opinion of no less
an authority than Charles A. Conant,
however, that they could bo brought
down to 5 por cent. A mortgago at
5 per cent with tho advantago to the
farmor of repaying his loan little by
little through an unburdonsomo plan
ot amortization might be accepted as
the sum total of benefit to be expected
by tho American farmor from thi
adoption of somo such system as, for
Initnnco, tho German mortgago bank
plan.
crop of last year.
country's iron production of July (usu
ally a "barometer" of trade) surpass
ed nil records for tho month. Orders
on the books of the United States Steel
corporation ut tho beginning of Aug
ust were tho largest reported In any
month slnco tho panic of 1907, and
showed tho most rapid ratio of In
creaso, as comparod with a year ago,
that had over beon recorded. Tho to
tal weekly valuo of checks drawn on
ull tho country's banks and passed
through tho clearing houses has in
creased over 11 per cent, over 1911,
and ln large sections of tho west a 20
per cent, recovery was roported. Along
with this, tho reports ot tho railway
association on tho number of railway
freight cars idle ln tho United States
havo lately shown tho smallest totul
for this timo of year slnco 1907.
yt H J-P JHl"""Tk",r
msmst
THE BUSINESS MEN
CD F TODAY
tre fully award of tho vnlue of no 3d dreulnR at n
liuilntms uct. Thny regard m-ll raide, perfect
flttlnir attire m inucli ot art eisentlaUi the at-triic-tlvi-(iiallU'
of n wimI kept itora or office.
Tliu only iuestlon l who It ttie tailor who can
mike tliem the molt latltfactcry garment!?
There pin ha iiniuentlon of doubt It you place
)ur order with in. Itemember this It the only
(lore In thl section where ) cm can buy Ed. V.
l'rlco'i imice to meiuuee clothes. Sre the new
browns we aro showing for 118 to 122, they are
repeaters Itemeinliurne reoalr all our dry clean
work free of charge In a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
copvsiciir a
Gy. Wont Front Street.
ninyssrltle, Hy.
PURE LIQUORS
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN JHE
WORLD AT PRIGES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Wo don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded gooda of any k nd
whatever. If quality counts, if purity ia an object, it' money
saving means anything to you, we ehould have your trado.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
VTIIITK KOH
I UIVK LIST.
HONORS TO LABOR MEN
Another African Theodora.
An African Theodoro camo to grief
Ju3t torty-flvo years ago because he
thought ho was tho wholo show. Tho
rest of mankind thought they woro
some show, too, and Thoodore of Abys
sinia learned too late that bo had mado
a vet) serious mlstako ln not taking
that very natural attltudo Into account
Nature has not given to any individual
a monopoly ot tho abilities requisite ln
tho rule of a people
A vcte for the Democratic ticket this
foil is a voto for treo trado and all that
froo trade stands for. A voto for tho
bull moose ticket is a vote for some
thing which no one, not even Ua pro
moters, can glvo any light upon. A
voto for tho Republican ticket Is a
vote for protection to honest American
toll, and protection Is a synonym for
prosperity. Newport (N. H.) Champion.
Positions of Public Trust Filled
by Members of Trado Unions.
Washington. The Trado Un
ionist, tho official publication of
orgaulzcd labor ln tho District
of Columbia, says:
"Kepresoutatlves of labor aro
taking high place ln public af
fairs ofllclal, commercial, pro
fessional and civic. Fifteen
members of the houso of repre
sentatives Republicans, Demo
crats and ono Socialist aro
proud possessors of "working
cards" ln the craft union which
claimed their efforts before en
tering upon tho larger duties ot
a wider field of endeavor. Re
cently the president of tho Uni
ted States, desiring a wise, keen,
sagacious, practical private sec
retary, found his ideal ln Mr.
Carml A. Thompson ot Ohio.
"Mr. Thompson comoB of a
family of unionists, his father
and six uncles being members
ot tho Miners' union of his na
tlvo state, Carml as a boy and
man working beside his father
ln the bituminous coal veli.3 ot
the Hocking valley. In his early
manhood Mr. Thompson attract
ed the attention of tho leading
public men ot tho state because
ot his wtdo knowledge of work
ingmen and rare judgment ln
matters pertaining to industrial
conditions. His advance In pub
lic U to was rapid, keeping paco
with his developing popularity.
He was elocted to local and city
offices, held important posts by
appointment of the governor,
and was secretary of stato of
Ohio. When appointed secretary
to the president ho was assist
ant secretary of tho interior.
"Mr. Thompson 1b genial,
kindly, sympathetic, and has lost
nono of his interest ln tho labor
cause by promotion to command
ing positions In tho publlo serv
ice. W. N. 11."
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. MAYKS
JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OP NEW
Iowa Timothy Seed!
Quality ami
l'rit'o Right.
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat
AMI
Chronic Diseases
OIIICK IIKUltS
o lo 12 ii, iii, i lu a p. in.
svsn s
Hy .iiuliiiiiin( only.
MISS TUKA TUItNP.lt Is assoclntcil In llio
olllce wllli l)r, Smoot.
Miss Turner Is a craduata nurse and lias liait
several jfur. Iio.pltal expirlcuce In tliu uu of
1IATHS, MASSAGE and
ELECTRICITY
FOR TUB TRKATMRXTOie
CHRONIC DISHASIS,
And Is duly prepared for Hie work. Any one dp-
swing tier strvlces will Urn her at Or Smoot'i
olllce, uliero slia can be consulted between the
liouriotHamlUa.m and I to 4 p in. buudays
by appointment only.
OWIN MATTHEWS
DENTIST.
Hullp I, Klrtt Nntlounl Itnuk llulMInu,
JIAYNVII.I.E, ICY.
Lccal nnd Lour I Office No. 555.
Distance Phones f Residence No. 127.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
17 Hint Heoonil St,, MAY8VIIXK, K
PHONE CI.
When Wilson Will Qet Worse Left
Woodrow Wilson complained that
hia prlvato car was loft aovoral hours
behind by tqo Chicago express. That's
Under free trade tho man who earns
20 n weak now would bo forcod to aa
cept either $15 or $12. Tho dlfferenco
of $5 or $8, which now goes for cloth
ing, rent, an occasional cigar or a the
ater tlckot, possibly a delicacy for tho
homo table, will not bo at his disposal.
Think ot the several lines of trado
that will loso millions of dollars every
wook by such enforced economy I
Now Used as a Circus Ground.
(From tho Atlanta Constitution.)
dome say that Armageddon Is "on
tho other asldo ot Jordan" and others
that It la a boat landing on Salt tlvor.
Mr. Farmer, aro you getting too
much for your corn and cotton, meat
I tinrlilnc rn lio viv tin anil hia rnn ' und nroduco? If BO. aunnort Wllann
I trade eruw will be left bektrd hy, Ua nnd low tariff. Dokoahe (Okla.) Xa
' Tart KepuBiwa exprMs oa Her. s. I terpnw,
Wo. Aro OtrorliiK On Salo For a Kow
Days Ono Dollar Slzo Bottles
of Imiiroc(l
WAH00
Compound Wood anil Ncrvo Tunic for
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy Tor Uliciiiiintlmn. Rlnnil.
Stomach, I,iornml Kidney Troubled.
Do not forget the price USo per bottle
or a for SI.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
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