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JUDGE A. J. KIRK.
FOR EliFCTOR NINTH DISTRICT,
HON. W. II. COX.
SOME OF SAM STAIRS' JOKES.
The election of Wilson will mean the
end of strikes.
Bloodshed in industrial disputes will stop
A vote for Woodrow Wilson means high
wages and low cost of living.
Washington scandals will cease when Wil
son is in the White House. Dover News.
Now what do you think of that?
Don't that boat fourteen coon dawgs, a bar'l
of whisky, 40 acres and a mule?
As a claimer your uncle Sam Stair's is some
The trouble with llepublicau prosperity is
the fact that it won't mix with the masses, but
sticks like glue to the tariff protected nionopo
listic few. Dover News.
' Seems to stick pretty woll at Dover where
everything in the way of employment is boom-
ing;,nl80 in Mason County where theie never
was such prosperity; also in Maysville; also in
Kentucky; also in every Slate in the United
Your holler is merely a false bugle call to
ensnare the ignoraut and untliinking.
There are no empty market baskets this
year or in any year in which a Republican Na
. tional administration rules at Washington.
And, also, the South today is thriving under
the "tariff protected" interests.
' ' Free trade would ruin Dixie laud, and you
The cartoon current in the Democratic press
N showing a povertystricken female beside an
j. oiimtv market basket, is nhout the most trans-
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V,, parent campaign lie and joke of the season.
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' j. litre are no empiy mar km uuskcis now eu--'cept
those emptied by drunkenness or other damn
'able cansee, including Democratic politics.
The "Empty Market Basket" cartoon is a
. Democratic falsehood of the rankest type.
v .''The Empty Market Basket" .is peculiarly
a Democratic institution. x
There are no empty marlcet haslets under the
Republican system of Government protection
1 for American products.
The very worst onomy the American laboier
ever had is the Democratic party.
The very beat friond the American laborer
r llis M MJw liyuuiium jmiij.
k Wage earners should remember those rdark
$daya. of Democracy when the mills and the
famineswore closed and business was blighted
? andwant and woo stalked over this laud.
Truly the empty market basket is a Dorao-
If steak is 20, cents per ppund wo'vo got
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HsMrlP '" I W. H. Tart. J. 8. Sherman,
HP . REPUBLICAN'JTICKET.
ffirUf FOR PRESIDENT,
V "' WILLIAM HOWARD TAFf.
H ' - FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
HMIi' JAMES S. SHERMAN.
'lib "expression u.i Tariff for revenue "only"
is not quite exact. It is a Tariff for advrsity
also, as the last Cleveland administration
In spite of the verbal cloud with which Gov
einoi Wilson has sought to surround the tariff
question it is plain that he aud his party mean
to do away with protection.
The electiou returns will bo recoived and
aunounced in Trinity Methodist Episcopal
Church, at Louisville Tuesday night. A direct
Western Union wire- will bo installed in the
church. This is probably Twentieth century
Tho last pauic (a Democratic panic) con
tinued for several years, because the Tariff for
revenue (the Wilson act), was a failure as a
revenue producer. .Grovcr Cleveland's Ad
ministration, in a time of peace, issued $250,
000,000 Government bonds. Such a thing
never occured before uuder any Tariff act, aud
as private credit always suffers with impair
ment of public ciedit, the panic of 1890-94
No doubt the four great Virginia Democrats
were sincere Protectionists. Jefferson labored
to bar out British competition. Madison found
comfort in the rapid growth of our industries,
and condemned smuggling as treason. Monroe
upheld the Tariff of his day, urged higher
duties to foster home production. Jackson's
argument for Protection is as forceful as it was
when he wrote it. But tho Democratic party
drifted from Jacksou to Calhoun, aud when
llandall pleaded foi the early principles of the
fathers he was treated as an outcast. Camden
TAFT FRIEND OF OLD SOLDIERS
Representative Isaac K. Sherwood, of Ohio,
author of the "dollar-a-day" pousiou bill, with
which every old soldier is familar, adds his
testimony in favor of President Taft and
against Col. Roosevelt on the pension record.
The fact that Gen. Sherwood is a Democrat
only adds to the effectiveness of his statement,
as his sole inteiest between Republican candi
dates is to see to it that the interests of the
old soldiers aie fully an amply protected. In
a recent letter to his brother he wrote:
"What I said about President Taft was that
1 believed he would sign a moderate pension
bill that would cost about $14,000,000
But President Roosevelt, for'all the time my
dollar-a-day pension bill was pouding in the
Pensiou Committee for almost four years,
would not allow the bill to bo reported to tho
House. lie favored, howover, liberal pensions
for the Spanish War soldiers."
WILSON CONDEMNS TRADE UNIONS.
In a baccalaureate address to a graduating
class at Princeton, June, 1909, Professor Wil
son, now tho Democratic candidate for Presi
dent, expressed himsolf as follows with regard
to trade unions:
You know what tho the usual standard of
the employe is in our day. It is to give as littlo
as ho may for his wages. Labor is standard
ized by the trado unions, and this is tho stand
ard to which it is made to confoim. No one
is suffered to do more thau the avorugo work
man can do; in some trades and handicrafts no
one is suffered to do more than the least skill
ful of his follows can do within tho hours al
lotted to a day's labor, and no one may work
out of hours at all or volunteer anything be
youd the miuimum.
I need not point out how economically dis
astrous such a regulation ot labor is.
It ie so unprofitable to tho employer that in
some trades it will presoutly not be worth
while to attempt anything at all.
Ho hud better stop altogether than operate
at an in citable and invariable Joss.
The labor of America is rapidly becoming
unprofitable wider its present regulation by those
who have determined to reduce iVlo a minimum.
Our ecoHomio supremacy may be lost oecause
4hye' country grows more, and more . full of vn
jprtfiwe wrtwiig. ta
No. 23-AIDS TO CORPORATIONS
As Assignee or Receiver, under imprr Appointment, it
takes chargo ot the affairs of embarrassed or insolvent corpora
tions. The perfected business machinery of tbia Company, and
its complete responsibility, make its services very desirable to
corporations in all of these capacities.
In short, wo perform nil of the functions described in
theselarticles and many others. Wo offer, therefore, service of
many kinds; and endeavor to provide eveiy accommodation that
does not conflict with tho strict principles n( SOUND RANK
ING. UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
THINK BEFORE You VOTE
The Democrats if throwing our home market open to
low-wage Europe will increase your wages.
II the free-trade bills actually passed this year by the
Democratic House over President Taft's vetoes, and defeated
by a Republican Senate, placing tho following products of
thousands of American workmen on the free list:
Machine Tools, Harness,
and reducing tariff rates on many other of our products
far below the point necessary to protect American workmen
against the low-priced labor of Europe,
WOULD HAVE INCREASED YOUR WAGES?
That what American workmen want is work at American
wages, not charity rr cheap promises by professional politi
cians. A vote for Roosevelt is a vote for the Wilson Free Trade
A vote for Taft and Bailey is a vote to protect your
wages and your home.
THE REAL ISSUE
Talt, A Republican Congress, Good Work and Wages
Wilson, No Work and the Blight.
"Let us Hold Fast to that which we know is good"
The Democratic Platform declares Protection to be'un
constitutional. The Republican Platform declares Protection to be neces
sary for the maintenance of American wages.
Saturday Will Be Another Sale
Day at the New York Store !
Many New Goods Coming in Every Day This Week.
10 GREAT SPECIALS !
Good quality Blankets in gray and white 49c.
$1.50 Blanket 89c.
Extra heavy Comforts 98c.
Ladies' Best Underwear 25c,
Ladies' Beautiful Black Coat $3.98.
39c Dress Goods 25c.
75c All Wool Serge for Saturday 49c.
Ladies' $1 Outing Gowns 49c.
Ladies' 50c Outing Skirts 25c.
Men's 50c Dress Shirts 25c.
We also show the greatest Millinery stock evershown
in Maysville; prices lower than anywhere else.
New York Store Sof
SAFE AND SANE.
I Iiavo for Bftlo an assortment or choice Investment Securities
yielding 5'i"& to ?o Interest, investigation Invltetl.
PRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
-YOU OUGHT TO IIEAK TDK.
New Victor Records
You can hear litem. Mop lu any time. We're as Kind to play them ai you'll be to hear them.
A few of these new selections:
,,Mn ) Rleoletlo Quartette Kryl's Ilohemlan Hind.
M"" ( Trovatore "Home to Our Mountains." Vessella' Italian Hand.
(50078 Songs My Mother Taught Me. Lucy Isabella Marsh
70C83 Merry Countess Waltz Victor Herbert's Orchestra.
,.,.., i The Million Dollar Hall Hilly Murray.
l.l.w i It'liun f n Vnu AlnnA TnnlvhfVlLltF Van ltntnt
dy Hoy i
Two step American Quartet,
i ltuedv Hor Collltis-Harlan.
Ann lurRi1 selection 01 oiner iccoras.
Records, 60c to $7. Victrolas, $15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
9 All nintlrr lur publication must be
handed In before O o'clock n. m.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE COURSE
Provina Great Success in Dover
Mlas Joeale 0. Yancey, with Mrs. Alborta
Glascock, who la Chairman of the Domestic
Science Department of the Union County
Woman' Club, paid a visit to the Dt-ver school
this week, and while there were servod with a
dinner preparoi by the domestic science class
of that school.
Tbia ia the first clas In this county to tako
up this line of work, which la proving a great
How Mrs. Bethune was Re
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinlcham's Vegeta
Sikcston, Mo. "For seven years I
Buffered everything. I was in bed for
four or fivo days at a
ii time every month,
and so weak I could
hardly walk. I had
and headache, and
was so nervous and
weak that I dreaded
to see anyone or
have anyone move in
tho room. The doc
tors gave mo medi
cine to ease mo at
those times, and said that I ought to
have on operation. I would not listen to
that, and when a friend of my husband's
told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and what it had done
for his wife, I was willing to take it
Now I look tho picture of health and feel
like it, too. I can do all my own house
work, work in the garden and entertain
company and enjoy them, and can walk
as far as any ordinary woman, any day
in the week. I wish I could talk to overy
suffering woman and girl, and tell them
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has dono for me." Mrs.
Dema IiETHUNfc, Sikeston, Mo.
Remember, tho remedy which did this
was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgotablo
It has helped thousands of women who
have been trqubled with displacements,
lnflammatio- ulceration, tumors, irreg
ularities, p iodic pains, backache, that
bearing doyrq feollng, indigefltion, and
nervous prostration, after all other mean
hayo failed. (Why don't y try UT
'.v '.rtU.W't ' tf'i.ViVS'i-
WHEN YOUR HAIR BRUSHES OUT
Your hair is as sensitive as your skin
even more so. It stands up under heavy
hots, curling irons, and diseases of the
calp, etc. But there is a limit.
When you comb and brush your hair in
he morning, watch for the "TRAILERS"
hat turn grey, fall out, and comb out with
he first morning brush.
You MUST know that there's somethivg
?rong. If your hair wot in good health,
t wouldn't fall out, nature never intended
hat. There is something wrong at the root
A things-the hair needs a tonic-n restorer.
When you arc sick you take medicine,
fhat is your first thought. Its turning grey.
'ailing out, are both ways the hair has of
"complaining ot illness. It can t do it
in any other way. Do YOUR part. Use-
HAI'S MAIK itC.AL.ltl
$1.00 and 50c at Drug; Stores or direct u; on
lecelpt ol price and dealer's name. Send "V for
rial bottle. Phllo Hay Spec. Co , Newel) N. J,
For Nnleaud Ilecoiniuendrd Uy
T. J. Cbeuimelii,
About the oldest equine was a mare on the
Government stock farm of Hungary wliich
reached the age of forty-five.
THE ELECTION IN THIS STATE
Six National electoral tickets will appear on
the ballots to be voted In Kentucky next Toes-
day. Tbey will be In the following order;
Democratic, Republican, Socialist, Prohibition,
Socialist Labor, Progressive.
In the Presidential election of 1008 Ken
tucky cast 487,750 vote;. These votes were
divided amoDg the several electoral tickets
Democratic, 214,092; Republican, 235,711;
Prohibition, 5,887; Socialist, 4,000; Socialist
Labor, 404; Potu''st, 353; Independence
This year the populists and the Independence
League have no electoral ticket, while the
Progressive ticket makes its appearance for
the first time. There will six electoral tickets
on the ballot.'tberefore, as compared lib
seven In the election of four years ago.
Accoidlng to tbo eonsus returns of 1910 the
number of males cf voting age In Kentucky in
that year was 003,454, but a hundred thousand
or more of these will fail to go to the polls,
aod It may be expected that the total vote.
cast will be argon d have bait a mil lion. No
State ever cuts Ita full voting ilrtegth aad
Kentucky i mx cxcotloa to the rale..
Pocket Books, Wallets, Card
Cases, Coin Purses, Bill Books,
Cigar Cases, etc., for men and
15 Cents Up to $5.
THE jfesa", STORE.
aUsTTlio Public ledger.
loci. I and long
Hi WASHINGTON THEATER
THE HOODOO HAT
TWO GIN SERMONS
EfT"MMInee Today at 1 :30 p. m.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS H
Charles D. Cox. of Elizabeth, bought this
week from D. P. Eiume, of Paris, 100 bar
rels of new corn, at $2.24 per barrel.delivered.
The 23d Day of November,
At 3 o'clock p.m., we will oiler for sale to tbe
h'g-hest bidder the old Lloyd arm ot
Oq tbe Silem Turnpike, one and a half miles
Southeast of Oermantown, la Masoa couuty.
This farm has been In continuous possession of
tbe Lloyd family slnco 1832. It has hud careful
managemeut, has always been a famous tobacco
farm and Is now In a high stato of cultivation.
This farm oau bo divided to advantage and
will bo offered for sale la paroels and as a whole.
There Is a good two story dwelling, a tenant
house, alt necessary outbulldlnits, barn room for
25,000 pounds of tobacco, a never-falling and
well distributed supply of stook water, and feno
lug In good condition. The place Is one and a
half miles from churches and sohools on a good
turnpike that leads to the stable door. This
farm paya a good per osnt. farmed on the tenant
system end Is desirable either as an Investment
or as a horns,
For further Information apply to Dan H. Lloyd,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
Wo Aro OlTerlns: On Sate For a Fovr
Days Ono Dollar SUo Dottlca
Compound lllood and NcrvoTonlo fbr
35c PER BOTTLE op
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for lthoumntlsm, ntooal.
Stomach, Mvernnd Kidney TroubleiK.
Do lint lortcct the price tISa per bottle r
or a torsi.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
JOHN W. PORTER,
17 Unst Seoond St., MAV8VILXE,K
Mul( I. t'litntlouitl Hank nulldl
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Local and Lot g Office No. 555.
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