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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
liAitt bsc1't bunuxt, rountii or jult, thankmiitinu
A, F.rCURRAN, Editor and Publisher.
Looul and l.oujt
of not: rum 10 lbikikh huildino,
sunsciu PTioxs-nr hail.
Oim Year . .
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.IfiK HVIfWHllTWSS .till! OA1II IS ADVANCE.
W. H. Taft. J. 8. 8herman
I FOR PRKSIDKNl,
VOU VICK PHESIDENT,
JAMKS S. SHEKMAN.
HON. HAKKY BAILEY.
"Jf the American laborer wants iroods nt the
market price in Germany he should bo satis
fied with the market prir-e of labor in Ger--many.
Under the last DtNiiocratic President 40,
000 pensioners were dropped. Tons of thou
sands of pensioners were reduced.
Every man and woman on the rolls was per
secuted. More than $200,000 spent foi vicious spies.
S0M mo WT$.
Aj iojis.o diyicloi ng'Uftat itself must fall.
A YQtQ far tho progressive- ticket is u vote
to divide tho RopuWicnn party.
It is n voto that means tho olection of Wil
son and Domocracy, hot tho olection of any
Tlio oleotion of Wilson mcand the tamper
ing with tho incomo of tho American business
man, tho wago-earner and tho fanner, inr it
means tho destruction of tho protective tariff
systom and tho placing of American manu
factures, American farm products and Amer
ican pay envelopes in competition with those
of tho whole world, irrespective of the cost of
production or standard of living.
Tho only way that tho American business
man, tho American farmer and the American
wage-earner can piotect his income is to not
split tho Republican party, which has main
tained tho .protective tariff, for tho only way
to defeat Wilson and tho Democracy is to
maintain tho Republican party in power.
At no time since twenty years ago, when
tho nation elected a Democratic president and
passed tho Wilson tariff bill, which closed the
factories and opened the souphouscs, has tho
national prosperity been in so great a danger.
What wouldn't you kivo to bo alilo to haw v w rlil's ,'rcnlcet Buigcre
and musicians to siiifj mid piny for you whenever you wanted to henr them!
You can hoar tlicm whenever and nu ollcn na yon wibu with n Victrola in your
home; nnd you can i;ct ouo ot these wondorhil instrument!! from
$15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Frenh air is probably tho -world's
best medlclno, not only In tho treat
ment of dlHoasc, but in its prevention.
This is a ctntonient burled in nn un
nounconiunt by tho National ABbocia
tlon for tho Study and Prevention of
"tuberculosis. Not ono person In 100,
lr says further, gets enough fresh all
ot his work, at Ida rest or in his sleep.
Tho association has published a hand
book on tho nubject of sleeping out of
doors and giving directions as to how
A FOOL AND HIS TIPS.
Flvo dollars and ten cents for tips
during twenty-four hours spent in
Now York was how a man from tho
vostfigurod it up. Ho was inclined
to think it too much. It was. It was
worse. Judging by his list It was
sheer plumb folly, says tho Now York
World. Ono or two samples will show
tho slllyncss of his system. Ho "felt
compolled" to give tho bellboy a quar
ter. Ice water was rewarded with a
dime more. For having a night letter
to obtain tho greatest benollt in so put into his hand ho "coughed up" an
tttlwrr rl'l.n 1. . .1 a. . . 1 .. . .... f. I .. '
uuiiifc. i nu llul.ll.l.UHtt OI IIL'BU au
bus long been understood In a gen-
WILSON FOOLING THE FARMER.
The farmer cannot lie fooled. Ho knows
what a very small fraction of oui agricultural
protjricts sells abroad. He knows that the
brilk of out agricultural products is sold at
home. lie knows that if American
earners are prosperous there are good
foi farm pioducts; that if American
earners arc not piosperous there are poor prices
for farm products. lie knows that American
wage-cai tiers can be prospetous only by-our
continuing to maintain American industries
employing them against tho competition of
cheap foreign industries.
Mr. Wilson on the stump tells tho farmer
ho could get $30 a year oil' the cost of his im
plements. Mr. Wilson naturally docs not
liko to tell the farmer that the price of his
butter is too high, the pi ice of his poultry too
high , the pi ice of his eggs too high, tho price
of his grain too high, the price of his mutton
too high, the price of hid vegetables too high,
and so on. So he goes in for tho piice of the
farmer's implements $30 a year. Tho
farmer will toll Mr. Wilson at tho polls that
he doesn't care to save $.'!() a year on imple
ments at the cost of fifty cents a bushel, say,
on a thousand bushels of wheat a year.
All things worth
wait on thomselvoo.
while come to those who
It takes moro than an eye opener to mako
tho topor see the crior of his ways.
f ,Awoman's social rating may bo based on hor
wash day clothesline.
- It's better to have run
t'to have-made a start.
and lost than never
It's hardly a fair exchange when tho other
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iuiiuw gui1 your money iiuu you gui uis By in-
WANAMAKER'S EPIGRAM'S ON THE TARIFF.
At Philadelphia Hon. John Wanamaker in
an interview with a Union Associated Press
"The tearing down of tho constitution and
tho tariff is like allowing a horde of enemies
under tho spell of a reckless leader to rip oil"
tho armor plato on our paval vessels.
"Nothing under heaven can stop the havoc
of desperate fighters but a continent wide rally
of the Republican party.
'Taft and tho top wave of prosperity, or
destruction to industries," or "the whitligig
administration of an unbalanced President.
"No now government ought to be permitted
to check existing prosperity.
"Tho pleading of millions of American citi
zens from all over tho land for work failed to
stay tho destroying hand of Clevolatul and his
free trade Congress.
"An act (tho Vtls)u tariff) that closed
American workshops, that reduced American
wages and degraded American manhood to
want, misery and starvation.
"Do American farmers, American working
men, American manufacturers, American mer
chants, desire a return to tho Cleveland condi
tion? If so, the way is opoti by the election
of a free trade President and a free trade Con
gress. "I boliovo the Republican party can and
will rightly revise tho'tariff,"
oi al way, but calling it the world's
best medlclno will glvo It a new valuo
In the minds of many. Knowledge of
it has expanded In tho last fow years
from a point at which It was thought
necessary to send sufferers from
tuberculosis to California, Colotado or
Arizona to a point when the iitmos
phero of tho Adlrondacks was appre
ciated, and since then, to tho appre
ciation of tho most nvallablo largo
open spaco having clean nlr. Dut
whllo tho curat! vo work goes on,
thousands of moro or loss able bodied
persons mako no offoit to secure indl
ldual breathing spaco. They sleep
with closed windows, rldu In closed
cars and work In stuffy offices, shops comes to simple civility.
ui Diuifn. ouiuu iuw ii'ruii3 ill mu
crowd whoso lungs "nre offended pio
test or escape, but the bulk of hu
manity tolerates polluted air while it
cries for unpolluted food and drink.
There' nro 100,000,000 suns In tho
visible universe, for every star is a
sun, and the nearest ono Is 20,000,000,
000,000 miles distant, and thero nro
some that wo can seo that aie 20 times
further nway, and some that wo cannot
seo with the biggest telescopo we can
tako a photograph of. Light travels
190,000 miles a second, and yet there
nro some stars that are so far away
that the light which started when
Christ was on earth linsn't got hero
jot. says the Ohio Statu Journal. If
j on could shoot a cannon olf the near
est star. It would take ocr 1,000,000
years for the hound to roach tho
earth. Doesn't that uictke us look lit
tle? Yob, when we measuro by ma
terial things, which wo are so apt to
use as standards; but when wo think
of tho Intellect making the calculation
It makes us teem tall, indeed. Hut
there is (mother Important fact about
this hiilijuct, which is thatill thehe
stars aie mulling through spaco at
the rale of 50 to 200 miles u tecond,
and yet they don't seem to move an
Inch in a lifetime, they nre so far
away. And, moro, too, they seem to
have a concutront motion, nB if re
olvlug around some great center,
which somo hae regarded as heaven,
which good souls go to. for It should
be remembeicd that spirit can go
fabter than light.
other ten cents. Twenty-flvo cents
bosldo tho charge, for pressing trous
ers went to tho vnlet. Ho gave $1 to
tho waiter for serving dinner for two.
Ho left nn extra ten cents every tlmo
ho pnld for a telephono call. Ho pre
sented a dlmo to tho pngo every tlmo
tho latter brought him a visitor's card,
and so on. This Is Vio brand of fool
who ruins hotel servants In New York
nnd makes the tipping ovil a thousand
times worse than It need bo. Of tho
tips noted above, not ono was called
for save that tho waiter nt dinner,
nnd thero 50 cents would have boon
more than liberal. In every other caso
a word of thanks was all that was
necessary. Too "many men slop over
with their Bllver nnd dry up when it
ern He gusher spouted as much harm
and foolishness ns he could in the
tlmo allowed. Wo wish thero were
fewer of him.
GO TO THCK!::
Special price put on Dross Goods, Silks and Velvets; also
See our L'Cn line.
We have tho all-wool serge now so popular, in nil shades 49c;
also tho two-toned whipcords at tho unheard of price !59c; others
lleuitiftil Silk? ,'!c nnd C9c.
JiiBt in by today's Express, Ladies' nnd Children's Hats of
Our Millinery HiifiinesH has been lnrgor than ever this eoason,
Jts the right oods at tho rip;ht prices.
Ladies' Suits and Coats, give us a look and you will buy,
The best quality nt lower prices than anywhere.
Our Suits lit without alteration.
New York. Store
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Birmingham Age'IIerald: Mrs. Carrie
Chapman Catt says that in Now York f0,000
women support their husbauds.
Milwaukee Sentinel: Dr. Hubner announces
that a human hustler has only ono fifty-eighth
energy of a yeast cake. ;
A medical expert, speaking boforo
tho Eugenics Congress, declared he
would rather have a robust burglar
than a consumptive bishop for his fa
ther. He should follow up this by tho
logical advocacy of tho abolition of
tho present state of society In favor
of a return to tho days of tho cavo
tnon when tho physical basis was the
Ideal of life. In fact, nil tho so called
now thoughts nbout llfo and progress
aro suspiciously like a return to tho
good old times whun might was right
and men did not bother with tho line
distinctions of morals nnd lnws.
Thero Is a note of desperation In
tho resolution of tho American Phar
maceutical association calling for tho
passage of laws to bring about the
reformation of physicians' handwrit
ing. Men resort to law only ob a last
lesort. They risk the HI looks of
nolghbor and nssoclato only If they
must. Just why tho medical fist should
rosemblo tho marks that water birds
mako In tho mud Is probably one of
the secrets of tho profession. Pos
sibly It comes down from Hippocrates,
who wrote In Oreok. You havo heard
of tho doctor whoso proposal of mar
rlago was taken by his lady-lovo for a
pi ascription and sent to tho drug
More to bo tilled, says tho Toledo
Ulade. And of that other doctor
whoso will was lost and not found
until his widow, falling 111, presented
the missing document to tho pharma
cist under tho Impression that it was
a recipo for a cough sirup. Tho doc
tor's dally toll has to do with un
raveling anatomical and physiological
riddles. He squares his accounts with
tho wot Id by himself writing riddles
down on llttlo squares of paper. As
his practlco Increases, so his skill at
formulating prescriptablo puzzle
glows. Ho knows, as Sheridan-knew,
that easy writing's curst hard reading
THE BUSINESS MEN
iir.- fully nuniv of Hip valuo of good dressing as s
IiikIiii-m iiMi-t. Tlicy n-ijaril well made, perfect
II tint nttl- ii iiiui-li of nn essential m the at
irwllviiiiii4 of ii we 1 1 kept store or ofllce.
ll)piulviiitimi H wliols tbe tailor who oan
niikB tlipiu iiif moit sutltfactcry garrnenur
'IlifW cm In nuiiUfBtlon of doubt If you place
vmroriivr will, u. Hi-mcmlicr this It the only
Mure In this seotlon uhuro mi can buy Ed. V.
I'rii'o's in iui" to inemico clothes. Sfe tho new
Iini.vii4 we nre showliiK for StH to:, they aro
rt'iM-mtTH Itememberwe ruualrall our dry clean
rk freo,if cliarutf In n workmanlike manner,
C. F. McNAMARA.
y, AWst Kront Street
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INLTHE
WORLD AT PRIGES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction Rimrantoed or money refunded. We dorr't
handle rectified, blsndod or compounded goodB of any kind
whatover. If quality countn, if purity is an objoct, if money
saving moans anything to you, wo bhould have your trade.
American habits and customs, espe
cially A met lean clothes aro appar
ently becoming fashlonnblo among
(lormnny's young men. Young Ger
many no longer contouts Itself with
tho tartorial products of tho Father
land, says the London Answers. The
exaggerated university suits of Ameri
can cut nnd manufacture pleaso them
better, and most of them are nover
moic genuinely flattered than whon
they aro mistaken for "Amorlkaner."
German clothiers have, In conse
quence, been obliged to lay in largo
stocks of American clothing to meet
tho growing demand.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
0. H. P. -THOMAS & f0.
JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OF NEW
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Tho advice to substltulo beans for
meat will receive a setbaek through
tho explosion of somo boiling beans In
a Colorado town. Tho beans toro tho
stove to pieces and throw tho owner of
tho houso out tho kitchen door. With
tho militant spirit nbroad as It is, the
adoption of beans as tho principal ar
ticle of diet had best bo postponed.
A Hrltlsh morchnnt on a visit to
this sldo says thoy do not have affairs
like our bargain sales in London. In
such a caso tho averago English shop
ping woman's llfo can bo hardly
Chicago Record-Herald: Thoy lmvo not as
yet been able to produco a letter written by
the Colonel with a "burn this" postscript.
New York American: Judge Parker ad
mits that ho in a Progressive, but his progress
is not likely to violate the speed ordinance.
A man doesn't mind being roasted by his
'.neighbors as much as ho dislikes being kept in
hot water by his wife.
fTho avorano girl never gets more than ono
proposal of marriago bocauso she is. always
" 1 ! !! a. .1 .. -i ;
bug wm noj got auoiuer. umcago
Chicago News'. When there aro politics to
bo atteuded in Mr. Rockofollor persumably
sends a man, for ho writes no letters himself.
Harbors of Cleveland nnnounco thnt
they aro about to chargo 30 cents for
haircuts. It Id to bo sincerely hoped
thnt the prlco is no Indication of tho
nppearauco of the job.
A Michigan young man Is making
his way thiough collego by raising
frogs. Ho belongs to tho onorgotlo
typo who do not croak over hard
England's now torpedo boat destroy
ers will bo given names from Shakes
peare and Scott. So, in the near fu
ture wo may expect to seo "Tho Mer
ry Wives of Windsor" engaging In
battlo, accompanied by "Tho Two Gen
tlomcn of Verona," "Tho Lady of the
Lake," nnd "Tho Antiquary." Tho
war correspondent of the futuro prob
ably will bo rhobun from among the
Eye, Ear, Nose,
tl to 13 II, III, I III 0 , III,
Mill' I, I'lnl .Villoiutl Hank llullillnir, ,
Jl IVNVII.I.K, I(Y,
,rea -mil t.oni; i Office No. 5V.
Distiiiicti Ptionus i Kpsldencs No. 127.
V Mill t iik-ii C Olll,
Tho statement that an American
company mined 25,000 tons of coal In
Spltzbergen last year Is taken by tho
Now York World to illustrate that
"trado follows tho explorers' flag
also." If so, It follows it at a very
respectful distance; slnco Spitzcnber
gen was discovered over thiee cen
Noarly 2,000,000,000 clgarottes woro
Bmokcd In this country Inst year.
Probably that IncludoB those smoked
In tho moving pictures.
Somehow tho doctrlno of tho non
existence ot disenso doesn't ueom to
stand up whon hydrophobia puts in nn
Aflor having lenrnod last year's foot
ball rules all you need to do this year
Is to learn somo now ones.
Washington Post: Tho Jamos boys hav
ing corao out for Rooeovolt, thero seems to bo
no reason why tho ull Moosors f row-trow 6'nT
shouldn't ,b iu 'funds.
JAIWUCi . y k
Though It Is going to cost a lot ot
monoy to inovo tho crops, It will bo
worth tho prlco.
Every chkngo of fashion adds a Una
to, 'father's brow
Now It Is said American office girls
nro being importod by enterprising
business firms In London becausQ thoy
nro superior to tho natlvo artlclo.
Hero is another American Invasion to
sot off tho British pyrotechnics of
MISS TUP.A TIT.NI'.K U a&soelftleil In tin
otllee with Dr. Sinoot.
Mils Turner U a graduato tinrs aril liu lute!
several jciir hotpltul exinrlfiicu In lh mu of
KOIJ Till: TltKATMrNTOK
Anil Is fully nri'i'tri'il for tho work. Any nin !.
8lrlti(j her tervlets will Mini ln-r at 1 lnl.t
otllci", wheni Iib cm l iisiil'til ltuivn th.'
hour nf H ami 1J n in autl 1 to I p in. hutxUjs
17 I Secoml St., M A YSVILtK, KK
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Wo Aro Oll'drini; On Snlu Ktir a 1Vm
Diijh Oun Dollm- SUi Iiottlin
A Chicago preacher says that wom
en's styles today aro an abomination
to tho Lord. This, however, will mako
llttlo difference so long as they con
tinue to bo fashionable.
Medical-sharps insist that hay fovor
attacks persons of marked lntollectul
Ity. Well, tho rest of us hnvo somo
compensation to bo thankful for, at
A Los Angeles scientist makes tho
prediction thnt In C00 years all men
will bo buhl. Ho has doubtless boon
experimenting with a hair restorer.
It Is ostlmatod that thero aro 3,000,
000 cats In Chicago. Dut then onl a
fow -peoplo In Chicago go .to, bad nt
rt. ' I tn.'fothar'a'lirow, . . jkf,, i .A. "' night, anyway, .
Goiiipniiinl Illontl nml Ncrvo Tonic I'm
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A rrmotly for ItlietiiiintUin, Illoo ',
Stomiioli, Iiltorniitl Kltlncy Troiitilo'.
Do not Ini'Ket llio price !l,"io per but tlr
or l Ibi-Sl.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Mnysvillo, Ky.
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