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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
tiAiLt xrrr sustur, ruuurii op July, titANUsn-nivi
&V A. P. CURRAN,
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VV. H. Taft. J. 8. Sherman
roi! vino i'HKstni:NT,
JAMKS ?. SHKKMAX.
HON. IIAKIIY HAII.UV.
The third-term candidate is not often given
to making "bad J)rc.iks" from the platform,
but once in a while ho forgets himself in hi.s
insatiable pjjotism. Addressing an audience in
the "West that contained quite a number of
Civil and Spanish war veteran's, ho shouted:
'I was in that war (in Cuba) myse'f, and (re
gretfully) it was the only war we over had."
Prof. Nathaniel Smith, of Cornell Univer
sity, has como to the front with a cold wave
prediction that is really alarming to those who
cherish hopes that the promises of eternal
youth elixirs will materialize in the near futuie.
;For Prof. Smith is authority foi the dcelara
;J tion that a new Tec Ago is coming, and that
"the human race will have to use all its know
ledge in another fight for its life against the
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FORMER GRANGEMASTER SPEAKS.
The lion. N. ,1. Bacholdor, former master
of the National Gtango and foimer governor
of New Hampshire, has delivered an addroess
to the farmers of the country on the import-
. ance to them of the reelection of Proaidonr
Taft. Mr. Jlachelder said:
"We farmers must face the fact that our
country is now in a transition peiiod, We are
.' passing on from the condition of a country
. principally agricultural to that of a country
principally industrial that is, whoso greatest
interests are in manufacturing. Of course, iu
a country where agricultural pursuits are the
paramount factors, the people engaged in
such pursuits can have things very much
their own wav. 1"? when the manufacturing
.-'and olhei occupations incident to city life
become vaster and more influential than the
agricultural pursuit", then the agricultural
v classes become less powerful and less abloMo
protect themselves against injustice,and iu
the economic leadjustmeuts of the period are
iu danger of serious losses and disturbances
"Having in mind all the circumstances of
the nomination and the platfoims and records
of the candidates and the situation of our agri-
cultural population, I am profoundly improsn-
Sqo! with what seemsto me the urgent necessity
of supporting President Taft in his campaign
f i " for re-election. Wo know exactly where he
stands and the ground ho stands on is by all
menus the safest for our welfare, and 1 bolievo
it'is also for tlio welfaio of all the people iu
the United States. Theieforo I cannot do
otherwise than to appeal with nil tho force
and influeuco 1 have to those who have at
heart the preservation of our institutions and
our cherished interests and pursuits to stand
firm against the effort now being mado to des
troy tho lvopubliean party, arid I apponl to
them to givo tho leader of tho pally, President
PROTECTION AND THE AUTO INDUSTRY.
In atl intorview with an ollicer ol tho Splitdorf
Magneto Co. of Newark N. J., by a leportcr
for tho Union AssociatLd Pros", it was stated:
"Wo employ from 000 to 1,200 men the
year around according "to how busy we are,
and our pay roll runs to $12,000 weekly, so
that the matter of protection is of much im
portance to us.
"Already tho foreign tnagnatos are sold
here, despite the present duty and if the tariff
was removed they could bo sold here for less
than theaetual cost without' high-priced labor.
"We can, and do make as line magnetos in
this country as can be mado auywliere and
protection should be given m as an, important
"Pioppcds for next year's biHincsa are ex
ceedingly good. We hope conditions' will not
A "CARBOLIC DOSE" FOR THE FARMERS
If reciprocity or Free-Trade in juignr-co-itod
doses is unpopular what ought to bo the stand
against Frou-Trnde in carbolic doses?- -Di
Kalb (III.) Review.
The farmers hnd n right to complain of a
jug haudle schema of so called "roi-i procit)"'
that involved Kree-Tratle in farm products
ouly. Natuialiy they objected to selling in a
Free Trade market aud buying in a promoted
market. Hut that would have been n mild
dose compared withe tho "carbolic do.V tho)
would get if till around Free-Trade, otherwise
known as "a TaiilT for-rovcnue-only" should
bo administered by a Free-Trade administra
tion and a Free-Trade majority in botll houses
of Congress. If the farmers arc at all in doubt
about this, let them look back and sec what
prices they got for their products in lsp.'J-'i)".
when the Free-Traders were in complete con
trol. Let them read Senator Smoot's "Ex
change Value of Farm Product?'," issued as
j document 91) by The American Protective
Tariff League. Then thoy wiil see what is
meant by a "carbolic dose."
REPUBLICAN PROSPERITY LEAGUE
I-'ACT liUI.MCTIN NO 9.
Should the business interests of t'ho country
bo used as a football by politician
In 1909 ji nonparlism tnrilY board was
created to investigate production ami wage
conditions all over tho world for comparison
with Atuerjcnti conditions.
This board prepared u. schedule to show
jut how much tariffs on foroigu-made go.da
could be reduced without injuring home tnuau
facMue'td home nago.
This schedule was subm'ttoi to tho last
Democratic congress for its iafruvuion iu
fi .iming new tariff laws. Instead of us'n; the
specific data thus given them, the Uernonat
disresraidud and obstructed the work of the
tariff board and made wfiofosnlo aud unjusti
fied cuts in tho tariff scludulo.
Only tho vetoes of President Taft prevented
these "revision-," so fatal to American indus
tries, so unconsiderato of American business,
from going into effect.
Woodrow Wilson favored and would have
DON'T WASTE YOUR YOTISON
Tho real isntie is
TAFT AND PROTECTION"'
WILSON AND FREE TRADE.
Qj M BHE0ZI
liat wouldn't you rIvo to tin nlilc to liavi tho hi i imfpst ainncrs
iinl musioinnfl to sinj; hikI yhy tor you whenever ou wiiiiti-il to liciir them!
Yoti nan hour tlunn whenever mul na often n you wish Ritli n Victrolti in your
liomt; nntl you cun i!t ouo at tlicRO wonderful instrument! from
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
WILSON'S ftHIEF RPr.LUDINDEn.
The Self OeQradrlion of a Forn cr Ra
If at the time of the defeat of nur
jroyne nny one lind fori told tlmt Ileuo.
diet Arnold fouryenrs lHter would lead
a force of Krltlsh and Toiiea to the
musimcre of his coiintrvnen -it Vo
Hitawold, the prodlctlnn would havo
b'iPii mot with the nieatcet resontnunt
If four yoHi-i ago any one had pre
dicted that a man twiro honored by
tho Uttnib.lcan party with the highest
oll'eo on tarth the prcildene of the
United Statoi would turn on that
party and spk to rend It hoennso not
given n third term, and would do n b
be .t Iiid reetly to elect the choice and
the reprcpentathp of the jwutheni
bourbon democtney, that prediction
would have sornied lully an lncredlldo
ns Mm former.
The third leim cavdld.ile in the p.-ln-cij
al spellbinder for Woodrow V1!bo:i
Up knows In his heart and fo.il tint
the onli success pnitglble for him
should ho miecoed would be to ilefout
Tuft and el ct Wlltion. nvor vote lt.r
IlooBLVelt Ih Indirectly a voli for the
Democratic nominee. wIioho biijiport
ers at UalUmore liiHdo an oikmi appent
for hid nomination on the g'-jund that
hi? vwt. a native of Vlrjrlnln, an ox-fon-fpcli-rj'ti
state, and not, like 'its rival.
C'li.iiiip Clark, a nutlve of LIikoIh'4
flat" r f Kii.tucky.
ITUed with anger against President
Taft, who has merited by able, faith
tut nnd distinguished servlco Mij" niu
ai 'nwl of K public, in iiresldent.i. an
otl.tr trin In the White Houc, IJooje
v'lt parades up aud down, hero and
the'.! ond everywhere, profudalm; any
pnielpie or lack of principle, Irom an.
anl.y tc ollparchy, that he thinks iiir.v
win oles hnd throwing to Uw wln-is
ylKio conslti".ey. dctncy r nd that
M' eience whit h every Anvriraa
should feel and express for the Insti
tutions of our country.
That the nsplraut for a third trim
will sink Into richly merited oblivion
there can .ho r.o doubt whaiev.r. Ila
might have maintained In prlvati lif.
thp honor. th dignity aud tin. inllu-
euro belongiri; to his position as on
c. presdent. lie has s.ieriftcod ih'-m
alt to a Catilinlan ambition, and tho
cilM nid deliberate Judtrmen' of t'm
Auk ili.in people will put the stump of
loiidcthriatiou alike on his lii3.i;!u.)lo
appetlto for power and hl? un.ci:ipu.
liven tho bourbons who are egging
him on and rejoicing in the hope of
profit from his treachery havo only
coi.ti'intrt for his motives uu.l bin
course. They aie ddibt-d to aee him
attempt to destroy tho party which
abolished slavery, overthrew secession,
built up American industry nnd main
tained, the fiuundul integrity of the
nation. But they have no stomach for
the malice and the trenchcry that we
behind his desperate adventure. When
Anion Uurr was self exiled to Europe
after the killing, of Hamilton nnd the
nr-iltreason of his Mexican expedi
tion on Englishman desiring to visit
ih United States asked him for let
ters of introduction. "I hne no
friends in Amenta," answered tha
former Idol and once popular vice pre-
Ident, with an expression of abject
loneliness that his visitor could never
forgot. ntl so it will ho with tho per
p tual candidate when his followers
recover from the brief madness that
now possesses them and realize allien
his monstrous egotism nnd their own
HE TURNS TO TRUSTS.
Woodrow Wilson Evade Disousclon
of the Tariff Question.
It is tho trust Issue, we are now told
by Woodrow Wilson, that Is para
mount in tlio campai(;u. Last week it
was the tiirllf. Wlmt It will bo nat
week has not yet been indicated.
In his speech of acceptance ('over
nor Wilson emphasized tho fact tlmt a
platform was not a program. Thoso
wore words of wisdom. A piogram Is
something to bo followed with some
degree of fidelity. A platform, iu tho
lexicon of the Dumourntlo candidate,
Is a llexible thing, not to bo taken too
seriously, but to be bent and altered
to meet the demands of the moment.
A nice, adaptable platform Is good
enough for him.
In all fairness aud iu all decency,
however. Dr. Wilson should not be
permitted to evade a discussion of tho
Issue he brought forward as the Im
portant one early In his campaign Ills
campaign manager refused a hul
longo for a joint debate between He
publieun and Democratic speakers on
the tariff, nnd the candidate might
disclaim personal responsibility lor
lli.it, but certainly Dr. Wilson cannot
avoid lesponi.lbllity for his own
words and his own arguments. The
fact that ho found his audiences to
tally out of sympathy with his free
Initio views should not still his tongue
If ho has the courage of his convic
tions and honestly believes the doc
trine which he preached. If ho be a
Into leader of the anti-protectionists
ho will justify his bollefs and opin
ions. So far from doing this, however, ho
has elected to evade, precisely as his
managers evade, adequate dlscuRsion
of tho subject which means so much
to every Individual In the land. First
assailing protection 'and making sta'e
mcuts that demonstrated his lac'; 1 1
knowledge of the facts, he shifted
from that position to one where he was
trlng to calm the fears of tho Indin
trial and commercial elements in the
population aroused by his Initial ut
terances Out of all his more or less
vnguo talk on the Biibject only one
thing emerges clearly and distinctly
'iut Is, that ho and his party pi
poso c. pdrely political revision of the
tail IT, with all the disaster, distress
and disturbance that such n revision
entails Scientific revision on accur
ate information is 1 ejected by aim
nnd his party. Political revision is
just what tho people do not want, it
both candidate and party are con '.lif
ted to it; hencp. their desire to got
awixv from the issue.
Py all means let tho trusts bo dis
cussed, too. but not In terms of gen
eralities, saicli as Governor Wllso.i In
dulged iu before tho Democratic s'nio
conu i.tlrn at Trenton la3t Tuesday.
And wMlo discussing It flovornor Wll
son might explain why It wus that tho
HmocrRtlc house curtailed the trust
Invest igating work of tho depRi'tireut
of jiHt'co by granting only two-third.
of tho sum needed to carry on the la
bors Mapped out.
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GO TO THE
Special price put on Dross Uoods, Sitka ami Vclvcte; also
See our 25c line.
We lmvo thp all-wool serges now so popular, in nil shatlca -19c;
also the two-toned whipcords at the unheard of price UOc; otliera
HcKUtiful SilkcaDcnnd 59c.
Just in by today's Express, Ladies' nntl Children's Hats of
Our Millinery Hiisinrsa has been larger than ever this season,
Its the right goods at the right prices.
Ladies' Suits and Coats, givo us a look nnd you will buy,
Tlio best quality at lower prices than anywhere.
Our Suits lit without alteration,
jIL .-icSgs PHONE 571.. , IB
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THE BUSINESS ME
on- fully n ire of Hie value of 03il Urealug as a
liuilii-s !iwt. 'iln'jr truant well made, perfect
tltiln li'ilm hi much of nn essential Ri the at
lrM'tivi'iMiltli t,f u weii kept store or olllce.
Tne(,ulviiiiiliin U who la the tailor wlio can
im1!' tin-ill tho most siulsfnetery Kftrments'
TIhTi1 i'jii In mifjuestlon of doutit If you place
inr omit mill u. Remember tills Is Hie only
Horn In tills si-i-tloti where j on cun buy Ed. V.
1'riou'ii mi ii to meiuuee clothei. See itio new
hrimiu wis urn Dhowlng for (18 to2J, they are
rpji-atcri. Kenieinlierue reualr all our dry clean
"uric frn' of cliarce hi a workmanlike muuner.
C. F. McNAMARA.
llii Went Kront Street. Mnykvllle, Kj
1 Ifi 1 iiiDC
Kam ok ?& '' 1 T
THE BEST WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PHAGII BRANDY. GIN AND WINES INJHE
WORLD AT PRIGSS TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction anuitoed or money refunded. Wo don't
hnndloroctiPd, v'o-jdd or compounded goodo of any k-ni
whatever. It quality counts, it puni7 is an object, if money
saving means anything to you, wo should havo your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY F.LLED.
X ItlTK Km
0 H P THOMAS & VO MAYsvitti?
h Si. i. Ihu,?i10 ( ill, VFHTIIP
JUST RECEIVitD, A CARLOAD OF NEW
MR. WILSON'S APOLOGY.
A PERTINENT QUESTION
Which the Thlrti Tamer Did Not Care
A man attending a third term meet
in at Ui-tn erTbskcd tha third termor
the vry jiertlnont quetitlon, "Would
not the HennhllcHii party havo
been nil right If It had nominniitud
Tlu third (priner did nol reply. He
pimply looHid .uis'y and wont on dol
ing '-'tit political, ivonomic and Kocial
istic fhop BUt-y garniBlud with tho
usual sanoe of epithi'ts. It was, wo iv
peat, a t'iy portiiif-nt qtioation. Tho
Republican party and Hepubliran prin
ciples were kooiI t'lioiili for thu third
tenner until ho found that tho party
wan not williiiK to glvo him u third
term. Thou he liroko loose, and be
Knu RiitherltiK In every Itsuo and al
leged Isvtio ho could giab to mako up
his cray quilt platform. Ho ban
DOtisht, with the wivaKe rago of ti
Malay running amuck, to tloatroy
everybody and everything obstructing
hi mail ouriitdt toward a Koal he will
novcr reach. Ilia ingratitude to the
partv which honoied him Innneasurably
beon 1 hltf it"- its will huw f.ttinn re
wind iu i he historic file oi Uiom' who
li iv )ti,hl to ru'i or ruin "
Afriid to Publish Vhat Hs Said About
Union Labor and Immigrants.
The so called WIIboii defoiiR" bu
reau has iBHued a lore statoment to
tho affect that YVomliow Wilson's rub
lislii' 1 opinions In his books on tlio al
lcged lnfcrlcrlty of European iint.t
grants tnd American workliiuiiien
xenorully to tlio rhlueae and favon. a
ChititMi immigration, etc.. havo bun
Tmsfo Is one ready and complete re
ply to luisluterpretntloii, and that is
to rerubi'sli what Wilnon said to let
him speak for liliiiHolf. This tlio Wll
son defense bureau of tlio I)einorrntio
ji'itloniii cominlttoo carefully re'ralns
from doIiiB, and neither Wilson nor his
apologists, therefore, can blame Amer
ican workliiKiiii'ii in Kner:il and Uuro
H"M IinnilKranls iu particular for con
rliidliiK'thut Wilson meant just what
his language meant when ho on
piessed lils bad opinion of tradps
unions aud his piefeienco for Cliinoso
Qnulilv at il
a'Q T II A
J. G. EVERETT & CO.
Dr. P. Go SMOG
Eye, Ear, Nose,
i) ( is ii, iii. i i n p. iu.
" Aluminum ill Kill.
,illlo I, Kli'il National Hank llillltlln,
Lroil mid hong i Oll'ce No. 5SS.
Diiliince I'liont'S i Iti'.ldance No, 127.
n0u1l33Se!BllSSiaiS&9iAatt!3QGi .. " ' ijLiisSatftfS
Kf. BB SSSHSBaSHSES aidasaiSSSSaSiSSaBSS iMStrlia iSjtSSSiofi Z5Si'J
Pea man's liVeA.fi,
A iiiinislir onuc noticed a crowd o( urchins cliisturetl
u rou nil n do.
"What nro you doing, litllo hoys?" he askoil with
frit tifrl v Intnrcfit. I
"Sivuppin' lio8," voluntccroil ono of tlic boys. "Tlio
follow (hut tella tlio hlggcct ono geta tlio doc."
"Sbockingl" exclaimed the nil'Msler, "Why, when I
wfl your oro I never thought o( tolliiiKunjjnUJith'.i
lou wln," ;horu8cd the urct.
MRSPfi. . 'ABiSA. t-n . .
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Ka& x "jhdgm&WjiMWU" in iiiu wuhu.iioiibu, , yours, mister." - JUMS
Kir M mm
1 skJ,siua4i"-- & lsaSJ
MISS TURA Tl RNI'.It U RsocUtil in tin
oltluri wltli Dr. SiiiiHit.
Mls Turner l u uriijluBlo nurse nuil lius Ii id
smral jean Iioiiih1 i'itrl'iiuu in tin- uf t
1IATIH. MASSAC K.uid
Hon Till: TIMJATMSN r OH
Ami Is fuily jircpsretl fnr tlio vrk. Any nno l-
Sl'lIIIE InT SiTSIVl'S Will tl II 1 1 IliT Hi llr Slllo.il
i li", uli'te lii cun l roiiiit.i Irtitutfii tli
liimrn il S uml IJ ii iu mul 1 to I i in. Muulnja
ti iiiol ii iiii'n I only.
Mdio Vork Than Workers.
To tho Kdltor or tlio World:
1 have read our paper for about i'.f-
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iuuh ,u',u .iiiu uuiiHB nun uiiiu i mini , Wo Are OlVLMillK Oil S.llP Pur II l''lM
always found it vry much on the, ...,. ,,.. s..n i,1Itl(.M
OHM W. PQgfERj
17 fi nt Soronit St.,
V lL REAU PICTURES
x V, OF TYPE
level, but just now I don't agree with
ou on Wilson. I am a Republican,
nntl liavo been for inoro than llftei n
years, eo I am for Taft alwr's. I will
answer why by taking up your adver
tising sheet of Sunday, Sopt. 29.
That's tlio answer. Can you or Mr
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or you will have moro pages of help
wanted advertisements than you hnd QRr PCR ROTTI F rw
on that day? Klght pages of help d0C rt" bU ' ' Lt 0I
wanted, male and female, and a little , O RfiTTI PQ FflR ?51
two ami one-half pages of situations
wanted, male and female! Don't you
think tlmt means something? Iuisi
nesy must lie good In this little city.
Will It be better If Wilson is oloetcd?
I I now it won't be nearly as good and
ci don't w.int to know It.
11. C. RODDKH.
N. w York. Oct. 1.
Xtw York World (Dom.) Oct. 2.
' Whenever wo got desperately hard
up I went back to Perkins," said Sena-
I tor Dixon in dohcrlblug tlio raising of
find for the third term movement
I cry much of the movement goes back
to Perkins, and back of him to his
1 t ' 1 nmf hnnohtor trusts.
A remedy lor lilieuiiintlMin, Illnml,
Stomach, Liver and Kidney TroutilcH.
Do not turret t lie irke -'trio per bottle
or H for $1.
JOHN C. PECOI?
Druggist iUnysvillp, Ky.
AI , I t-G
JAMES a. SHERMAN.
"The virtue of the sober second
thought," mentloued by President Taft
In his speech at 1'arranmtta as being
tlie poBsessioiuof tho American people
Is gottlng mnro and moro in ovldouco.
No ono hccubob tho Domoqrutlc con
vention In Now Jersey of bolng'un-
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