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Daily public ledger. (Maysville, Ky.) 1892-191?, October 29, 1912, Image 2

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A.U. HtTtiHonii'rmsH auk vahu is auvasok.
W. H. Taft.
J. 8. Sherman,
REPUBLICANl TICKET.
FOR PRKSMKNl,!
WILLIAM HOVAKI),.TAFT.
FOK VICE PBESIDKNT,
JAMES S. 8HEKMAN.I
FOR CONGRESS,
HON.'HAKRYIBAILEY.
FOR ArrBLLATE .IUDOE,
JUDGE A. J. KIKK.
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Tho trouble with marriage is that the guilty
parties got no time oft' for good behavior.
' There is no icasou to doubt the sincerity of
a woman who voluntarily wears a Salvation
Avmy bonnet.
A man may be a tailender himself, but he
insists that tho baseball team of the towu iu
which he lives shall lead the league.
campaign advertising which is attracting a
1 groat deal of attontion on tho part of thousands
of visitors who always Hock to tho metropolis
at this time of tho year. Many aro big busi
ness won from tho South and West on their
annual buying tours, lleasous why tho voters
should support Taft and continued prosperity
aro omblazoned on four sides of an immonso
advertising tower on top ot a famous building
at Broadway and 42ud sticot. In tho day
time tho signs may be road for a great dis
tauce, and at night it is possible to sco them
for a further distance becauso of their brilliant
illumination.
Each sign is about sixty feet high and fifty
feet broad. Each lettor is several feot high.
Ono sigu reads as follows:
REMEMBER
THE PANIC OF 1803.
REMEMBER
v THE PANIU OF 1897.
NO PANIC UNDER TAFr
BETTER BE SAFE
THAN SORRY
The text of the signs on the threo other
sides is as follows:
Do you remember any Democrat adminis
tration that did not briug hard times?
Prosperity, protection and good wagos can
not be separated. Bun no risk. Vote for
Taft.
Bft.N
Rnrlnw. in tho Rinlev Bee. savs: "David
a. Maddox sohjl three head of good horses last
3?y ' ...nnr 4-r. .-rA.orv.io ti fliio nmn mil ni t v nil Jit, ffflfid
tVCUIVi tU JlUlOiua ill mm vvy..i..v..j , ....--- fj
nricps.- It seems strauge how prices change.
., remember when wo could buy as good
orse for $50 as one can buy now for $200."
Mr. Voter and Mr. Farmer vote for Wilson
and your $200 horses will readily sell for $50.
ANOTHER RANTANKEROUS CRANK.
Kentucky newspapers friendly to Colonel
Roosevelt and his third party havo been mak
ing a big to-do this week over a letter that
was written by A. L. Carpenter, a Horse Cave
tobacco dealer, to Chaiiman Will Cochran, of
tho Republican State Campaign Committee.
Carpenter was on tho rolls at Republican head
quarters as a Precinct Committeeman, and in
tho process of expurgation that followed im
mediately after tho Bull Moose movement was
formally launched at Chicago ho was overlook
ed. Chairman Cochran sent out last week a
letter requesting all true Republicans to get
busy and organize their precincts iu the inter
est of Mr. Taft. It was a circular letter, and
one wont to Mr. Carpenter. The Horse Cave
tobacconist happened to be a rantaukerons
Roosevelt man a regular he horse with no
halter on and ho took his pen in hand and
wrote, among other thiugs: "In reply I bog
to say parenthetically that I am a Republican
from crown to sole, but I am not a Republican
thief and novor intend to be one."
If any ono happened to be about with a
sounding instrument when the Senator read that
bo certainly has a record that would be iuvalu-
able to students in the science and art of un
bossoming epithets and expletives. Mr. Car
penter a little further along told Chairman
Cochran: "I cannot aid you iu your unholy
and wicked crusado against the common people.
I belong io the laboring class of pooplo so
much despised by the Taft atistocracy. Chair
man Cochran is said to have recited a few pas
sages from tho good book to calm his feelings
. when he first saw this letter in print, but dur-
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Mnitb? week ifc hl18 bcen l,ut bcforo him so lasaaasasasasiSssatifflJ
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Itrjquontly that ho has come to know it by roto
flQtly hoping that ci'U tho cloSO of Pathfinder.
HUNTINGTON THEN AND NOW.
Picture Huntington a9 it was in 1892 to
1894 under a Republican administration which
is the samo as today.
No town in the country had such a future
outlook or was doing tho building that was
being done in Huntington, W. Va.
There was plenty of monoy, overbody bor
rowed to invest aud build homes and factories,
etc.
What happened? People got dissatisfied
with good times and wanted a change They
voted for Clevolaud and a change came.
How many citizens of Huntington lost their
homes aud lifetime savings?
Examine the sheriff's books and records
during that chauL'e and see which way the
value of Huntington property wcut.
What happened to our laborers of all classes?
Records show soup-houses, the city couldn't
feed and keep the needy warm.
Have tho citizens of Huntington the resi
dents of our county and state forgotten this
history?
And are they by their vote on Nov. 5th
going to cause history to repeat ilsolf again?
Picture our city with its vast amount of
money invested and its groat future pictured
before you, then tho ruined prospects and city
aftei tho wreck which is sure to follow a Dem
ocratic victory or a change in the administra
tion. Huntington Ropublicau.
Dyspeptic Philosophy
Bad habits breed bad luck.
A woman's happinoss depends on her a lot
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Nor is it altogether comfortable to jump
from the firo into tho frying pan.
There seem to bo more ways of reaching a
mau's heart than of reaching his pockot.
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Did you ever play in Hamlelli
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Foods That Gind
Little Children
Start Thorn Off Right With a Good
Laxative anil Thon Watch
Thoir Diet
Mothers lire often onronscloualy Tory care
lets about the dlot of thoir children, forcln "
(ill to eat the eame foodp. The fact Is that a
foods do not agree alike wltbdilFerent person
Hence, arold what reema to cooatlpate th
child, or to plve it Indirection, and uruo it t
take more of what la qilckly digested.
If the child ahowa a tondency to constipation
It should Immediately bo Itod a mild lazativo
to help the bowel. Dy thta la not ment a
physic or purgative, for thcae should never bo
given to children, nor anything like salts, pllla,
etc. Wbat the child requires Is simply a email
dose of the gentlest of medicines, fuch on Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which In the opinion
of thousands of watchful mothers la the Ideal
remedy for any child showing a tendency to
constipation. So many things can htppen to
a conatlpa'ed child that caro Is necessary.
Catching cold, piles, headaches, sleeplessness,
and many other annoyances that children
should not havo can usually be traced to con
stipation. lianj of Amerloi' foremost families are
never without Syrup Pepsin, beoause ono oan
never tell when one member of the family may
need It, and all can use If. Thousands en
dorse it, among them Mrs. 11, DUnk, mother
of Master Blank, 43 Cliff street. Yonkerp, N.
Y.( and Mrc A. U. Reynold, Hlghtstown, N.
J., who buy It regularly of their druggist at
fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, the latter
aizo being bought by those who already know
Its value, and it contains proportionately
more.
MASTER BLANK
Cveryone likes Syrup Pepsin a it Is very
pleasant to to tho taste. It Is also mild and
non-griping and free from Injurious Ingredients
If no member of your family has ever used
Syrup Pepsin and you would like to make a
personal trial of It before bajing it In the
regular way of a druggist, eeod your address
i. nulnl ,.., I ,i-U1 itnln Tr W II CiMmnlt
412 Washington Btriot. Montlcollo, III., and
a tree ramp'e bottle will ne maiiea you. no
suits are always guirantcd or ra-nay will bo
refunded.
Problem
of the
the
Greatest
By James P.BurneH.AIIanta.Oa.
Tlic greatest problem which confronta
tho economists and the social workers of
America today is tho problem of the city.
Every )ear the population of the cities
is increasing and that of tho counties
jrrj I wuiuiiisuuig, jiui nre cicsening tno
V-uty IS I country in droves to como into the city
rJhoy are leaving tho green Holds for tho
dirty highways, the clear atmosphere for
tho pollution of the city, and with every
new recruit tho problem of handling
them and tho vice which grows among
them becomes more difficult and more in
tricate.
Men aro casting about for reform, and they don't know where to be
gin, so vast and so deep is the problem.
Figures compiled each year show that the denser the papulation, tho
greater the death rate in other words, tho closer men live together,
the quicker they die.
In a certain English city, to provo that congested dwelling-places
caused death, a certain area in tho slums was demolished and modern,
sanitary tenements erected in their place. Tho death rate sank some
thing liko 75 per cent, as a result. And yet tho hordes of men crowd
into the city, and conditions grow mow congested, crime gains a new
impetus and death increases at a horrible rate.
Understand me, I do not mean that every new recruit into the city
means that that person is evil and that crime increases as a direct re
sult. The point is that wherever conditions are congested and where
poverty reigns crime increases, as figures have proved, and poverty is one
of the most prolific Bources of crime.
The problem of tho city is a hydra-headed one, and sociologists are
beginning to realize that, while it demands instant attention, they do
not know how to copo with it.
7rtflGSSK?Sn
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Wenlern advices report fine winter
wheat conditions and rapid selling by
farmers.
Dradstrect'a reports 229 failures iu
the United States last week, against
187 the preceding week.
Clothing believed to have been
worn by the slayer ol the Moore fam
ily at Villiscn, la,, was found by
hunters.
Mrs. Mary Landi', mother of a fam
ily of Boils each of whom is well known
in the public service, died at LoganB
port, Incl.. Saturday night.
In the trial of Mrs. Louiee Lindloff,
charged with the murder of her eon,
iu Chicago, two physicians testified
that poison caused his death.
Because of the turn ol affairs in
San Domingo, Washington officials
would not be surprised it the present
administration would abdicate.
The annual report ol Insurance
Commisaiouer V. H. Clay shows
there is life insurance iu force in Ken
tucky amounting to $262,958,049.90.
"Legal butchery" was the way l'o
lice Lieutenant Becker characterized
his conviction for the murder of Her
man Itosentwal in talking torepoitcra,
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At humming, Ga a mob burned a
fence encircling the gallowii and ren
dered public tho hanging of two Ne
groes convicted of the murder of a
white girl,
Joseph II. Kaetle was unanimously
appointed to tho position ol Director
of tho Experiment Station and Dean
of the Collego of Agriculturo, to suc
ceed Dr. A. M. Bcovcll, deceased.
Contributions to tho Democratic
campaign fund totaled $078,304, ac
cording to the statement ot Treasurer
Me filed InjSsT'nijton, Kentucky j
Saturday Will fife Sale Day
at the New York Store
The bargains we offered last Saturday brought us great
business. Please assist us to make this a still larger one.
SPECIALS
Good-sized Blankets, '19c.
Keal heavy Blankets in white and gray, 89c.
Best 98u Blanket and Comfort in tho country,
Boys' best Underwear, 25c; extra heavy.
Union Buits for children, tho best you ever saw, 25c.
A new lot of Ladies' aud Children's Hats in this morning
by express; cheapor than ever.
More Ladies' Long Black Coats, $3.98.
All Ladies' Suits reduced.
Best 25c and -J9c Dress Goods in the country.
Ladies' $15 Coats. $10.98.
Ladies $9 Caracul Coats, $5.98,
Wo also show a full Hue cf Bilks for waists and skirts.
Beautiful Silk, 49c.
New York Store yffi
PHONE 571..
Investment SECURITIES
SAFE AND SANE.
I linvo for snlo nn iiHSortmcnt ol' clinlco Investment Securities
yielding R'i'e to 7"o intrretit. Invcstltf'Ulou invited.
PRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
lIRON!
Roofing and Fencing
AT THE
OLD l'HICES.
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Hm VICTROLAS
What wouldn't you give to be able to have the world's greatest singers
and musicians to sing and ploy for you whenever you wanted to hear them!
You can hear thorn whenever and as often as you wibIi with a Victrola in your
home; and you can get ono of these wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P.J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
JOHN W. POgTEH,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
17 Host Second St., 3IAYSVIZ.I.K, IC
EDWIN &ATTHEV
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Local (iik) Lore OUlrn No. VA.
Dlstiuice l'tiou' Ki'iUlcuco No. 127,
The mora carefully you ro Into nearly
anything, tho more tin dlaaJvantncos show up.
When soma doctors disagree the patient baa
a fighting chance for his life
Instant
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This new food drink is taking the place of coffee in thousands
of homes the country over. j
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Many persons renlize vaguely that coffee is injurious, but think they cinnot
give it up.
Such will find the breakfast cup just as hot, snappy and comforting when they
shift to
Instant Postum
It is regular Postum in concentrated form nothing added.
No Boiling Required
Made by stirring a level teaspoouful of tho powder (more or less for strongth
desired) in a cup of hot water and adding sugar and cream to tasto.
If coffee has affected you unpleasantly, wouldn't common sense suggest quitting
it? The return to health can be hastened by taking on Instant Postum, which is
absolutely free from caffeino, the harmful drug in coffee.
"There's a Reason" for Postum ..
Instant Postum is sold by-grocers. 50-cup tin, 30c; 100-cup tin, SOctlj
Send 2c stamp, to cover Postage, for 5-cup free sample
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