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THfe PUBLfC LEDGEl
D1H.T KXCirt SONUaT, FOUBTU or JULY, TUAKKSOtTINO
A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.
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ACZ HlTHHOltllTlUSS AIIK fXMII IS AD VAX OR
W. H. Taft.
J. 8. Sherman
3k''J-V ' ' fOK I'llESIDKNl,
J&y , " - WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
! I ,- :, ' FOR VICK PPESIOKNT,
!V. -r JAMES S. SIIEKMAN.
j, . -, FOR COXORESS,
JSaV"- i? ' '" HON. HAKHY BAILEY.
hfc', NEVER AGAIN.
'. , ' It'a n and anil diamal story,
The tale of ninety-three
j When Cleveland waa the president,
Tho factories worn all closed down,
"For Rent" was on each door;
We do not want those times again,
No, never, never more.
The farmers were in deep distress,
No market for their corn;
It did not pay to feed tho stock,
The country was forlorn;
Starvation faced men everywhere,
8oup houses by the score;
We do not want those times again,
No, never, never more.
Lawrenceville, (111.) Republican.
"Iujlho pension system patriotic generosity
has degenerated into lavish folly." Woodrow
A duty high enough to equalize the differ
ence between foreign and domestic labor has
therefore created, fostered, aud developed
home industries, and by virture of domestic
competition prices have been reduced iu many
cases below the duty levied, while the wages
of American labor have been sustained.
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THE FARMER AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
The Vestern Star has put in few words in
its last issue the substance of the strongest
campaign argument which can possibly be
used, in 1012. The Star says editorially:
"Mr. Farmer, do you recall the "Wilson
. Tariff" times? It was nigued that "Tariff for
revenue only" was the thing needed. Do you
remember what you got? Wheat was .r)0c a
bushel then, corn was IS to 18 ceuts, oats
nbout 13 cents, horse9 brought from $50 to
$60, and $20 to $2f would buy a good cow.
"How is it now? Wheat is at tho dollar
mark, corn around the same, oats and a pro
digious crop at 2S cents, (and it will be higher
before spring) hay $12 to $18, horses up to
$200, cows twice the prieo the same cow would
havo brought iu the Grovcr Cleveland times.
-Any difference? What is tho trouble then
-with tho protective tariff that William Me-
"Do you object to buying tho staple gro
'toArinq at thn nv nrions von nio rmvinp-? Do
" ViM Alunnt r li.ifttti. nlnf tilnr. nlivlAal nt- ft afinr.r
t-jul uujuui iu uujriiij v-iuiuiiij uuiiuoi in u ouui
Do you object to the luxuries you now havo
"that you didu't havo with Clevolaud? Do
y you object to the largest bank account you
have had? Do you object to being able to
' take more ease than over before in your life?
f Do jou object to those thiugs? Well, every
;.- . .. . ..,..
) one ot tuem nas come anont unuer mo i ro
4 tectivo TarilF of tho Republican Party?
;r 'Tf you do object, all you havo to do is to
- refuse to support William Howard Taft and
the party that has made tho3o good times pos-
siblo ind your objections will bear fruit, just
m they did in tho timo.of Grover Olovoland
MtoYtha "Wilson tariff," , ' , ,
:$yis said'a8ahilusk'y tnauhua buuumu iufnuo
from reading tho Gougrosaional Kecord.
Don't bolievo it. lie must havo boon crazy
when ho started to read it. Portsmouth
After testifying that ho had given $150,000
to tho -Roosevelt presidential campaign iu
11)04, J. Piorpout Morgan hurried out and
consulted an oculist. Mr. Morgau intends to
bo ready to see Teddy's finish. St. Louis
The people of this country only onco in
forty years have listened to Democratic prom
ises aud followed Democratic advice and
placed that party in power. Thou that party
roviscd tho .tariff; it enacted tho Wilson law,
withered our prosperty as do tho hot winds of
tho desert tho blossoming harvests. That
party applied to the land that doctrine they
now advocate for the sea. During that Dem
ocratic administration our national dobt in
creased a half million dollars each day. Each
day wo lost a half million dollars in foroigu
trade. During that adtninistraiion tho value
of farm products decreased mote than $500,
000,000. The business of this nation iu two
months after the enactment of the Wilsou law
deci eased 0 per cent. Immediately upon the
passage of that law fear, distrust, and panic
paralysed tho great industrial system of "our
countr) ; banks closed their doors; business
houses assigned; the balance of trade was
against us; bonds were issued; capital with
drew from the fields of legitimate enterprise
into secret, places; labor was forced into un
willing idleness; we had deserted mills, smoke
less factories, silent machinery.
Reflections of a bachelor.
It's the last part of a debt that is the aorest
Tho only rational thing in a love letter is
tho postage stamp on the outside.
What frightens a girl out of her wits about
a man is for him to bo nobody to fear.
You can tell when a man wants to get some
thing out of you by how ho has to express his
admiration of you.
The less contrary a woman is with a man
before she marries him the easier it seems for
both of them to bo afterward. Nosv York
political $ icfetnjjs
Charleston News and Courier: You can't
be a Bull Mooso unless you show tho cloven
Courier-Journal: If Col. Roosevolt spends
$2,000,000 in tho campaign and got 2,000,000
votes he will be 2,000,000 votes ahead of
Gcoigo Perkins and tho other follows who fur
nish the $2,000,000.
Columbia, S. C, Stale: In 1004 ho seems
to havo been Thedough Roosevelt.
Toledo Blade: When it comes to keeping
out of political mix-ups John D. Rockefollor
is one of the biggest successes in tho country.
What wouldn't you kIvo lo bo able to havo the world'u Kruutenl hhik?"
and musicians to sinR and play for you whenever you wanted to hear tboml
You can hoar them whenever and aH ofton as you wish with n Victrola in your
home; and you can get ono of theso wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P.J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
What Woodrow Wilson Wrote
in His Well-known "History"
Kcir Hardie, the noted English parliamentarian, toss
ed back his thick whito mane ot hair, strokod his white
beard and said in broad Scotch uccont to a New York
"The riuo in the world wages has been great, but the
rise in world prices has been groater. We have bad pro
gress, but it has been progress in the wrong direction,
"A touriBt was traveling in your Far West. Ashe in
spected an Indian encampment he said to u'a cowboy
" 'And aro theso Indians progressing:' "
" 'Belcher life,' the cowboy answeredttakln.SJUHh
nlioor .if tnhapn. ' HAfViAi Ufa 1 1-iau 'fa nmtrvAMMVotH All
WKir ff Wr.Vw. WMV. ... "tVJ 'Y " "
I tkiir wJiclne men rf rltrm4rfrlIvRMHi ow."4
How Prosperity Changed to Panic
When Demoorate Elected a President.
In January 1892, this country was
prosperous, and all conditions Indi
cated contlnunnco of prosperity.
In November of that year a Demo
cratic prosldent was elected.
In 1893 tho Democratic congress,
convened In extraordinary session, bo
gan Its anti-protection activities. After
a time it enacted tho Wilson low tar
In tho oarly summer of that year
enmo tho panic. In tho period from
Xfnv 1 n Ti.l.. )Q 9ft1 l.nnlfa ikIMi n
"More to Be Desired as Workmen, 1' , total capital of $38,000,000, suspended.
Not as Citizens, Than Most of the ( Tno total numb(;r of banbs suspended
Coarse Crew That Came Crowding In that year was 585.
PREFERRED IT TO EUROPEAN
Every Year at Eastern Parts"
Woodrow Wilson, Democratic can
dldate for president of the United i
States, has declared himself In tho
mot put.llc mid permanent munner
In favor of Chinese Immigration as
preferablo to forelgneis from southern
and eastern Europe, whom ho calls j
"the coarse crew crowding in at thu
eastein ports" that Is, New York.1
Boston, otc. As a very largo propor-1
In 1892 tho total amount of liabili
ties on account of business falluro was
U 4.000.000. In 1893 tho total was
In tho year 1893 railroad properties
whoso aggregato value was $1,200,000,
000 were In tho hands of receivers.
Iletweon May 4 and Oct. 3 $378,000,000
was withdrawn from national banks.
Fn this state alono withdrawals of
deposits from savings hanks were $34,
000,000 in excess of deposits made.
In the period from Jan. 1, 1892, to
uon oi uio worKcra m i-w angi m Jatlf 1 1S9C t,,oro Wfts a ahrlnkag0 of
mills LelonR to the class denounced by I ?i,400,000,000 in the total value of
Wilson as less desirable than tho Chi- farm products and Hvo stock In tho
nose, they ought to be Interested In United States.
thevluws which he has expressed and) In that perlod prlceg wero ,ower
which we quote as follows from pago but hundreds of thousands were wage
and volumu of Wilson's "History of iess aml oUlr muititluies worked at
tho American People." iow wages ui.d on short time. They
KrOIll pagO 212, VOlumO 5, "NOW had llttln mnnnv nr nnnn u-IMi rvl.lnli
there came multitude of men of tho
lowest class from the south of Ital)
ad men of meaner sort out of Hun
gary and Polandi as If the countries
of the south of Eutope wore din-
to buy oven tho most ordinary noces'
sarles of life In adequate quantity.
Now, after twenty years, tho Demo
cratic party is again asking tho elec
torate of tho Unltod States to put it
burdening themselves of the more sor- in control of national affairs in order
did and hapless elements of their pop-. that tho performances of its last pe
ulatlnn." rlod of control and their disastrous
From page 213, volume 5: "The consequences may be repeated.
Chinese were more to be desired as Tho Republican party, under whoso
workmen, if not as cltlens, than most ( administration during sixteen years
of tho coarse crew that camo crowd- the country has become nowly pros
ing In every year at the eastern ports porous and moro prosperous thnn over
It was their skill, their intelligence,
their knack of succeeding and driving
duller rivals nut rattier than their
alien habits that made them feared
and hated and led to their exclusion
at the prayer of tho men th"y would
likely dibplaco should they multiply
The unlikely fellow who camo In at
tho eastern ports (that Is, the immi
grants from Europe) wuro tolerated
becauso they usurped no place but the
very lowest iu the scale of labor."
Foreign bom worklngi.ien and work
ing women of New England, what do
ycu. think of this statement hv Wood
row Wilson, Dunocratlc candidate for
president of the United States? lio
sa8 that you are "a coarse crew,"
that tho Chinese are better workmen
and might make ettcr citlens than
joe arc, and that you aro tolerated be
cause you usurp "no place but the
very lowest In the scalo of labor."
Wo have given you page number
and volume number where those state
ments aro to bo found In Woodrow
Wilson's "History of tho American Peo
ple." You can go to any library and
read them for yourself.
Woodrow Wilson la the first candi
date for president of the United
States who has declared himself In
favor of Chinese lmmlcratlon Of the
estimated population ot 350,000,000 hi
China many millions would llko to
come to America. If admitted they
would soon drive American labor out
of tho mills and workshops and also
out of retail and much of tho whole
sale business. At present Wilson Is
keeping very mum on the Hubject, but
there can be no doubt whatever that
he would, If elected president, attempt
to carry out his published views, and
open the door to tho Chinese, Iu this
he would havo the backing of the
southern Democrats, who would be
glad to have the Chinese come over
apd work for them In placo of the
In this connection we suggest par
ticular attention to Woodrow Wilson's
expression about "tho unlikely fellows"
from southern and eastern Europe be
ing "tolerated because they usurped
no placo but tho very lowest In the
scale of labor."
The Republican party, whose first
president was Lincoln the rail splitter,
whose second president was Johnson
the tailor, whose third president was
Grant tho tanner, whoso fifth presi
dent was Garfield the tow path mule
drlvor, whoso eighth president wua
McKlnley, In his youth an Iron found
er, regai d s and treats all honest labor'
an honorable and as not merely to be1
"tolerated," but honored. I
Wllson'fa slur upon the labor of tho
foreign born finds no echo In tho tit-1
torancea of President Taft, who, re-'
turning from a visit to the wort, in the J
course ot which he addressed largo
gatherings of our adopted countrymen, '
declared that nothing had gratified
him so much as tho Intelligent Inter-
est shown by his hearers in American
institutions and their earnest desire to
understand tho spirit and meaning oi
the constitution of the United Statcti. '
It was before, pledges Itself to malnte
nanco of tho policies which restored
and promoted prosperity.
Thero Is a paramount issue. What
Intelligent American can hesitate to
mako his choice? Albany Journal.
A Change of Front
NEW YORK STORE
It ia now a well known fact, for tho past few seasons wo havo
carried an entire different class ot merchandise than former years.
And this season wo have made special efforts to get tho
cream of tho market. We have succeeded far beyond our expectn
tions and our agreeably surprised shoppers are coming to seo ua.
jrom early mortinrf until late at night.
OUR MILLINERY AND READY-TO-WEAR
Aro offering tho beat lo bo had, aud our prices, that ia tho
real point, aro way below others, Another shipment of nowmil
linery in, pee them. We have tho solt hats that arc now so much
UBed. Any shape or color. Also Denver Hats any Bhapo.
Our Suits and Coats are tho real thing, you must seo them.
New York Store gjf-
THE BUSINESS MEN
nro fully nunro of tlio viiluoof pood dreulnB as a
Iimliies4 injet. Tlioy regard well mde, prfect
llitln uttlro m mui'li of n n pntontlnlni tfco nt
iMutlv.iiHilltps f a wed Kept tora or ofllw.
Tnu cmly ciipstlnn ulioU tho tailor who can
inakii tin-in the won nillsfai'tery Rannetiti'
Tlieru cuti Ii4 no quoiHou or doubt If jourlacrt
onr order with in, Ilcmeinber this Is the only
Mora In this section whero ou can buy Hd V.
I'rlce'd iniue to meiiMiee clothn. See tho new
browns e aro ihnwlmr. forl8 to i!2, they are
repeuter lleineniberwe. retmirall our dry clean
work free of i-lmre In a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
copvpicxr a r t.
OK Wast Front SI i ret
In his speech of acceptance Wood
row Wilson asserted that the tariff has
made the busings mou of the country
"timid, fretful, full of alarms; has
robbed them of solf confldenco and
manly force until they have cried out
that they could do nothing' without tho
assistance of the government at Wash
ington." Present day conditions challenge tho
accuracy of this statement. Tho ex
cellent doctor would do well to point
out some of tho "timid, fretful" busi
ness men who are now "full of
alarms" and who aro lacking In "self
confldenco and manly force." Whero
can he find them?
The country is at the high tide of
prosperity. Business confidence is in
evidence everywhere The course of
tho Republican administration Is di
rectly responsible for this condition.
Danger lies only In a change of admin
istration, with the consequent change
of policy that Is promised. Then, tru
ly, the business men of tho country
would bo "full of alarms," and they
would have Justification.
THE BEST IWHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN JHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SU.T THE TIMES,
Satisfaction puaranteed or money refunded. We don't
.handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of anyknl
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an objoct, if money
saving means anything to you, wo should have your trade
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. ,,,flYKiv
JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OF NEW
Iowa Timothy Seed!
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Dr. P. G. SM00TIEOWI1 Matthews
"Nicaragua Pacified; Marines to Bo
Withdrawn," says a newspaper head
line, marking tho conclusion of anoth
er delicate and menacing International
situation, ably handled by tho administration.
Woodrow Wilson remarks that "tho
American peoplo aron't going to be fed
any longer with words," but he has of
fered no variation of dlot himself.
Prosperity is politics proof whon a
Republican administration Is In power,
but It wouldn't be in the- face of Dem
ocratic or third party tinkering.
iparcnt that the third term
ltd not got value or tho 12 a
Y0t it pld la.the Naw Ywk KlH,
STANISLAUS GRODZIK HAS
ENOUGH SAVED TO LAST
FOUR YEARS IF WIL
SON'S ELECTED, SO IS
WILLING TO LOAF.
(Special td Telegram.)
Webster, Mass., Sept. 29.
Stanislaus Grodzlk, who lives
In the East village, although
he Isn't a voter, Is red hot for
Wilson and has one of the
strongest arguments ever in
favor of the Princeton profes
sor for president.
Grodzlk has lived In Web
ster fifteen years and Is a can
didate for naturallzatlqn next
year, He won't be able to vote
for Wilson this year, but has
advised all his friends to vote
Grodzlk's argument It that
he workirttoo hard under the
prosperity administration af
Taft and Republicans and
wants a rest. With Wilson
and Democracy at the helm
Grodzlk, who has experienced
the administration of one
Democratic president, knows
that there will be plenty of
chance to loaf.
For ten months the East
village mill of the S. Slater &
Sons, Inc., has been working
night and day to fill orders,
anJ as a result of the pros
perity at the mill Grodzlk has
been worked over-time. If
Taft Is re-elected Grodzlk
fears that the over-time
schedule may be extended to
another term of ten or twenty
months and wants to call a
"Too much work whon Re
publican he's President," said
Grodzlk today. "With Demo
crat lots time to loaf and
spend all the money we make
when Republican It boss. By
Gosh I I'm alck for work bo
hard and no chance to spend
my money. If Democrat he's
elected wo have lots of time
then. I guess I got enough
save to last four yean If we
work half time."
Worcester (Mas.) Tele
Eye, Ear, Nose,
U Iu IS it, iu, I (u (I p. in.
lly AiMliilnif n( nl.
MISS TURA Trnsr.U U nssoclntflJ in the
ofllce with Dr, Stnoot.
Mils Turner Is a iiraduate nurse and lias I mil
several jeari hospital experience Iu tin- use of
1IATIIS, MASSAGE aud
FOR THE TREATMENT OK
And is fully prepared for Die work. Anyouuilo-
siring her services will tlml her at Dr Smool's
ofl'ce, where she can La consulted between the
hoursofHandUn.ro and I to 4 p. in. Sundays
by appointment only.
Niillu I, rii-tlXiillouul Itiinli lluililliii;,
31 IISUI.I.K, I(Y.
Loral hihI LoriR I Olllce No. 55S.
instance piwiihi i Resldenco No. 127.
JOHN W. POSTER,
17 Bmt Heconil St., MATSVII.LK, K
Wo Aro OffijrliiR On Sale For n Few
Dn)B Ono Dollar Slzo Untiles
Compound IUootl mid NcrvoTunlo Ji
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy t'nr Hlimuiiniimii. Itlnod,
Slomnoh, Miernnd Kidney Troulilen.
Do not iorct thopr4ce ttSoiier bottle
or a nr$l.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysvillc, Ky.
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