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W. H. Taft.
J. 8. Sherman.
- FOR PRESIDENT,!
FOn VICE PRESIDENT,
JAMES S. SHEKMAN.
FOR APPELLATE .Il'DOK,
JUDUE A. J. KIKK.
Woodrow Wilson would -shut the mill nnd
open the soup kitchen.
Business men who an silly onougji to cripple
their customors will vote tho Democratic
' Isn't it preferable to earn $4 a day tTian to
accept a 5-cent loaf while cooling your heels in
'-;' The strongs ' "gumeut every working man
ree-xrade is his Saturday night
he defeat of Taft and the breaking down
o tho policies of the government will not help
any business man or working man to better
' On election day this year women will vote
for President in six States California, Colo
'rado, Washington, Wyoming, Utah and Idaho.
In these six States the total number of women
eligible under the law to vote for President
this year is 1,330,000. This fact of itself is
evidence that women are taking greater inter
ior est in tho liovernment than they ever nave
taken before. '
$f NO WA?S OF DOING IT.
C There arc two ways of closing the mills and
t reducing wages and bringing on tho hard
times which mean suffering and want. One
way is to vote for Wilson didn't. The
other is to vdto for Roosevelt, and thus so
divide, the Kepublicau party that Wilson will
win tho electors. Before taking lloosovelt too
seriously the llepublican citizen inclined to
-'go along" with lloosevelt should ask himself
this question: ''Do I want tho return of the
free soup kitchen?"
THE FARMER MUST STAND IT ALONE.
The Free-Trader who asks tho farmer to
'vote tho Democratic ticket will not admit that
tho only way prices are proposed Jo be reduced
lin'-by the farmer getting less for his crop, while
itjbp transportation man, tho grocer 01 merchant
ai v4 in nn lkn itn n s Inn nlii i 4iik tlf rI- F
iiiuiuiuo iiio iit; iui mo ouuiu 111 tuu nuii ui
Vly is talking seriously about further
f freight rates or cartage or proht
in hnr""' 'p farmer's goods.
'r must tako a less
it is, ho gets on an
forico that is paid by
consumes tho farmor's
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that is driv
6f Tariff. It kills home manufacturing and
your act kills your homo town.
There are 2,000 Democratic votors in Har
rison county, and the sum total contributed to
tho National Democratic Campaign Fund is $00.
We fear tho Democrats thought we woro
nsking them to pay the preacher. Cyuthiana
If you waut cheaper living put tho Demo
crats in control of things. Thoy will cheapen
tho output of the farm and factory and bring the
prico of labor down with them. That is tho
history of tho past and they have the same
ideas of legislation today as thoy over had.
What olso can we expect?
An interior paper says efforts arc being
made to misrepresent Roosovclt'a attitude on
the Tarifl. What Mr. Roosevelt thinks about
tho Tariff cuts little ice at tho present time.
It is what ho is doing that counts. He is try
ing to defeat Taft and elect Free-Trader Wil
son, so he must be ranked among tho enemies
of American labor. San Fiancisco Chronicle.
Why were nearly one hundred thousand
lives snuffed.out in Europe last week? Simply
because Mohammedans wish to "reform"
Christians and Christians wish to "reform"
Mohammedans. And yot we prate of the
"brotherhood of man" and "universal freedom"
of thought. Such a wai will become impos
sible when the individual is given the right to
settle the question of worship in accoidanco
with his own conscience. "Holy" wars are
inseparably connected with religions bigotry.
ROOSEVELT ON TAFT
"We are to be congratulated, we
Americans, that we have a fellow
American like Taft."
our able, upright and dis
WOODROW WILSON ON TAFT
"I want to pay my tribute of re-.
spect to the President of the United
States. I do not believe that any man
in the United States who knows his
facts can question the patriotism or
the integrity or tne public purpose of
the man who now presides at the ex-
ecutfve office in Washington."
WILLIAM J. BRYAN ON TAFT
"More reforms have taken place
under Taft's administration than dur
ing that of any other President in
"If there is one body of men more than
another whose support I feel I have a right to
challenge more than any other on behalf of
Secretary Taft, it is a body of wageworkeis of
the country. A stanchor fricud, a fairer and
truer representative, they canuot fiud within
the borders of the United States. Ho will do
everthing in his power for them except to do
that which is wrong; ho will do wrong for no
man and therefore can be trusted by all men."
Theodore Roosevelt, September 9, 1008.
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COPYMIcJllr A F L C" 'aJ
THE BUSINESS MEN
i re fully award of Hie vaIuo of com) ilreulrjR ns a
Imsliies imel. Tlivy regard well iiiudc, perfect
tHtlnif attlru as much of an essential ni ttn nt
tractive ciultls of a weil kept store or olllce.
Tne only question U who ll the tailor who can
iiiitke them the most satisfactory garments
There can In no question of doubt lf'jou place
your order with us. Remember this Is the only
store In this section where you can huy I'd. V,
I'rlce's mi.o to menitive clothes. See the new
browns we are showing for $18 to4. they are
repeaters, lie me in her we repair all our dry cleau
work free of charge In a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
0 West Front Street. Mnysvlllo, Ky
Prevailing Prices ibw- bj.
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For Your Millinery and Coals, Dress Goods,
Underwear, in Fact, Everything in Need.
Another lot of Millinery will bo on tomorrow. Always up-to-date
Goods, just what yo'u waut. Wo ahow you n great assortment
of Beaver Hats. They are very stylish and very scarce, but we
have plenty ol them. Also the new thing in Children's Hats.
We sold more Dress Goods this fall than ever. Wo have
Storm Serges in nil colors. They are hard to And at other places.
Nice quality dress goods, 2Gc.
Ladies' and Children's Coats
Wc sold more this season than ever. We hivfl new ones
New York Store JJB
SAFE AND SANE.
nn assortment of choice lnvesi
''c interest. Invcutigatlou Invite
FRANK H. CLARKE, First National Bank Building.
I linvo Tor fnlo nn nssortment of choice Investment Securltiea
yielding OS to "c interest. Invcutigatlou invlteil.
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Copyright, 1012, by Harry M. Martin, Shelbyvllle, 111.
Referring to matters political, do you not think it wise for the people to
vote to "let well enougti alone?" Taft or Wilson is going to be elected.
There Is no doubt of this fact. A vote for Roosevelt is a vote toward tho
election of Wilson. Wilson's election will mean disaster, distress and ruin
to tho business Interests of the country a return of free soup houses,
Coxey's armies, the hard times and low prices of 1893 to 1897. The tariff
plank of the 1912 Democratic platform Is word for word the same as that
of 1892. You know what It did to all Interests and Industries then. Like
follows like; It will do the same again. A vote for Mr. Taft Is a vote to
maintain our present prosperous times a vote for a safe, sane and states
THIRD IN THE RACE.
The Bull Moose organs affect to think there
ia n grent "silent vote" waiting to elect t ho
Colonel. Not on your life? Whoever ia for
lloosovelt yells it from tho houao-top nnd cries
it from the church steeples. They toll it in
Gath and proclaim it through tho streets of
Ascalon. Armageddon rings with it.
As a general proposition the Courier-Journal
takes no stock in the "hooray." Mindful of
what happened to Clay and Douglas and Blaine,
tho three popular heroes of our historic poli
tics and it might add Bryan it conceives
that when the most highly favored personality
is spread over tho contiuont, it is likoly to
spread voiy thin. In the midsummer of 1872,
it looked as though lloraco Greoloy would
sweep the country. In- October of that year
he "swung nround the circle." Immense
crowds greeted him everywhere. He made a
series of wonderful speeches. When tho re
turns came in ho had carried but six States by
greatly reduced majorities.
We'll bet a dollar tho Bull Mooso runs
third ! Courier-Journal.
Perhaps it is just n8 well to tako things as
thoy como, provided you are satisfied with
very nine. f V. -"n
It la'tr .UssTrl
It's fanny that the night can fall
And new hurt Itself at all;
Dy never f allr.but poor old frealc,
It breaks jast xeveo times a week.
MISS L0ULA LONG
Driving a Mason County Horso Re
fuses to Compete Willi
St. Louis. Uo., October 2Gth. Uopleasant
nesa arising over the refusal of UIbb Louis
Long, daughter of a Kansas City rallllonaire.to
drire In individual competition with a negro
groom at the Dorte Show laat night, led lira.
Ur. Julius S. Wslth, Jr., wife of a St. Louis
millionaire, and mlatreis of the negro, to an
nounce Saturday that eho never would enter
another horso In a St. Louia show under
the auspices of the present management.
Mrs. Walsh declared Miss Long'd action in
refuting to drive agatnst the negro, who Is
Mrs. Walsh'a groom, was inspired by jealousy,
and that she evinced no disposition not to com.
pete with blm until ha took a bluo ribbon
When the fourth event on the horse show
program this afternoon was called, Miss Loula
Long drove Into tho arooa behind her horse
Ai soon as Uha Long was In the ring the
crowd watched for Uaid of IIonor.Mrs. Walah'n
entry, to see If she would carry out her ac
nouncement to have her negro driver handle
the reins for the remainder of tho show. When
Uaid of Honor came In there was more ap
phuif, for sbo was driven by Julias I. Waltb,
Jr, and not by the negro.
The blao ribbon went to Revelation, driven
by Uisi Long. Second prizo was won by the
Governor, owned by the Uaahnoll Stock Farm
.of Springfield, 0.
flSteSnowa JtAfB and. Is. a
MATINEE TO DAY 3 TO 4 P. M.
HEARTS AND DIAMONDS
.Mi Kilt on feature.
CACTUS COUNTY LAWYER
C. O. r. C. Drama.
Drawluc Friday nUut ou gold watch
Sow on display la Trel' lhow window.
What wouldn't you Rive to bo nble to have the world's greatest Bingera
and musicians to sing niul ploy for you whenever you wanted to hear them!
You can hear them whenever and aa oltcn as you wish with a Victrola in your
home; and you can get one of these wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
ADMISSION 5 GENTS ig
FAMOUS SCOUT TO RESCUE
LEST YOU FORGET
Tbo postal authorities require ,
papers sent through tte mails tc
be paid for in advance btfor.
they aro eligible to the mall .
If your Public Ledc.er stops,
remember the cause.
(TTlae I'ubllo ledger, loml Hint loni
There are at present approximately
27,000 employes of the Pennsylvania
alone engaged on the rush order to
put all cars and locomotives in "Al"
shape, &ncl to get them out on the
road so that patrons can have the ad
vantage of their use.
WHIOH.IS BETTER-TRY AN EXPERIMENT OR
Something new is an experiment.
Mast be proved to bo as represented.
Tbo .'statement of a manufacturer should
not always be convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of a friend is.
Now supposing you hsd a bad back,
A Lame, Weak or Aohlng one,
Would vou experiment on it
You will read of many so called csres.
Endorsed by straogers from far-away places.
It's dlfferont when tho -endorsement comes
Easy to provo local testimony,
Frodorlck Dresol, 1238 East Second street,
Maysvllle, Ky., says:
"I consldor Oo&n'a KIdnoy Pills a most
excallent remedy for kidney trouble and am only
too ij'ai to speak in its behalf. About five
years ago I was bothered by weak kidneys and
thj kidney secretions were scanty and at
tended with pain during passage. Sharp
twinges across tbo small of my back were com
mon and greatly interfered with my work.
While telling a friend of my oonditlon,
be advised me to try Doan'a Kidney Pills and I
procured a box st J. J. Wood & Son's Drag,
stnro. I used them acoordlng to directions and
they afforded me prompt relief."
For sale by all dealer. Price 60 cents.
Foater-Mllborn Co., Daffalo, New York, aole
Foor members of an auto party were thrown
Into Delaware Kivor and drowned at llulviddre,
Bishop C. P. Pcnick, Hector of Aacenrion
Episcopal Cfinrch 'at Frankfort, resigned, to
take effect November 10th. Ho has been
Rector four years. Mrs. Pennlck died a week
ago. Bishop Poalck will go to Virginia.
Tho First State Itank at Middleeboro,
which was organized about three yeara ago
with a capital o( $25,000, closed its doors last
Thursday. This was brought about after an
examination by State Rank Examiner John C.
Chenault, of Uaysville.
W&sits Other Women to Know
How She Wm Finally
Restored to Health.
Louisiana, Mo. : "I think a woman
naturally dislikes to mako her troubles
known to the public,
but complete restor
otion tohcalth means
so much to mo that
I cannot keep from
telling mine for tho
sake of other Buffer
"I had been Bick
about twelve years,
nnd had eleven doc
tors. I had drag
jring down pains.
pains at monthly periods, bilious spells,
and was getting worse all tho time. I
would hardly get over ono spell when I
would be sick again. No tonguo can tell
what I suffered from cramps, and at
times I could hardly walk. Tho doctors
said I might die at ono of tlioso times,
but Itook Lydia E. Pinkhom's Vegeta
ble Compound and got better right away.
Your valuable medicino is worth mora
than mountains of gold to suffering wo
men." Mrs. Bertha Mufk, 503 N. 4th
Street, Louisiana, Mo.
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetablo Com
pound, mado from nativoroots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds tho record of being tho
most successful remedy for female ills wo
know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on filo in tho Pinkham
laborciiiry at Lynn, Mass., seem to provo
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.LyillaV VI nth am McUIcIno Co. (coRit
cwro'lass. Yenr letter uriu,
It ia predicted that October contrac'
for steel rails will reach the impressive
total of C00.O0O tons.
President Taft continues support of
farmers' co-operative banks and agri
cultural credits by making puhT
ters refuting the implication that only ;
big farmers would be benefited.
The Republican National campaign
fund, up to the present, has reached a
total of $591,0:12.20, with $558,811.25
expenditures, according to the state
ment of tho National Committee,
The Democratic National Committee.
announced that 850 speakers would be
mif nn Min atll.ttt in Vnra Vn.t dIaIa? i
this week for the conclusion of thc$;!$j
Presidential fielit. .ffb"
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Dr. Thomas P. Hart, Editor of TLJBij
Catholic Telegraph, called ou Mayor
Hunt Saturday and told him that a
certain dance in "The Garden of Al
lah" should be eliminated from the per-
tr rv nntna in PinDinnarl
IUI tJtMl0 VIUI,IU14VI
JOHN W. PORTER
17 Bast Second St., MAYSVIXLB.Hi
Suite 4, FlntNntlounl llanh BuIIImi
Local aud Lorg ' Office No. WS.
Distance rtionni f Itoddeuca No. 1ST.
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Dally tEiotpt 8nndT
II. S. ELLIS, Agent.
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