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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
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, A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.
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THIS LITTLE FELLER'S GOT SENSE.
Mr. Roosevelt again insists that 'this is not
n'onc'inan movement of his; that it is a cause.
Why does ho refuse to see that ho is the cause?
How an he suppose that peoplo will fail to
note that ho provoked theciisis, and that his
rejection onds both cause and crisis?
Wo do not belie vo that the Republican party
is dead. As much was said of the Democratic
party in 1806 said and widely believed. It
wns repeated with greater emphasis and wider
-acceptance in 1900. Yet, as a matter of fact,
its vitality was not so much as impaired.
Temporarily tho Republican party is in
eclipse; this is its daik, perhaps even its dark
est, hour. But tho activity of such mou as
Iladley and Cummins encourages the belief
that its return to the light is not far distant;
eliminate Theodore Roosevelt and it might
soon heal its wouuds and forgot tho past. And
it's precisely this possibility, this likelihood,
even, that Democrats must bear in mind.
Theirs is the victory, but a victory largely duo
to revolt in the camp of the onemy.
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Happy tho political day whon wo can havo
a safo and Bano Republican Progressive allign
mont without tho bull chinashop smashiug of
tho grinning Theodore.
Prcsidout Taft's has decided to sottlo down
in Cincinnati his old homo town whcie ho can
feel that ho has somo real frionds and neigh
bors. Maybo ho just wants to got as closo as
possiblo to Old Keutucky.
Us Demociats should bo granted tho privi
lege of jollifying once every twenty years. It
may bo forty years tho next time before wo
havo another such a jubilee, tho Lord only
knows. Aberdeon Gretna Green, (Dem.)
Won't somebody pleaso remove Mr. Tuft's
prosperity posters from the feuccs? They aro
too sad to contemplate Lomsvillo Herald.
The Taft prosperity is so thick that you
don't havo to have posters to exploit it. These
sure are good times.
ctoMade IN!NlE-w"YbR.K ClT-"
arc the most courageously fashionable togs
manufactured exclusively for young men.
They nrc made in a fashion which meets
the admiration of those accustomed to
high-priced "made-to-measure" yet within
the reach of the economically inclined.
D. HECHINGER & CO.,
Put a Ten-Dollar Bill
"Tho only campaign contribution that I
regret is tho fifty dollars that I sent to W. O.
Brad'oy, which I now boliovo was used to buy
his way to tho United States Senate. Ex-P.
M. II. R. Perry of Winchester.
Hero is one Kentuckian who demands his
money's worth and has a "revenue only" plat
form. Senator Bradley should mail Uncle
Bob a check for $50 at once.
In 1S80 the United States sold to other na
tions manufactured commodities of tho mouoy
value of $122,000,000. In 1912,csti mating for
the last two months, our sale of manufactured
products to other nations will be almost exactly
$1,000,000,000 mere in money value thin it
was in 1SS0. There is no record in the history
of manufacturing nations which equals this
President Wilson will fiud hardly a weak
spot anywhere. His Secictory of the Trcaa-
,-'nry will not bo compelled to visit New York
three or four times and ak tho bankers to
lend him $f0,000,000 in gold at a tune with
which to leplentish the Fedeial Treasury.
For these reasons the new Administration,
will not bo compelled to face embarrassments
as President Cleveland was forced to do at
tho beginning of his second administration.
Thisoxplains in part not only the attitude of
business toward tho result of tho election, but
also tho conditions in the securities market
which have mado it possiblo for the speculators
on a-largo scale to appear in that markot.
It has been observed that some of those
who aro leaders in tho world of linauco and of
commerce and of iudustry aro gently qualify
ing their predictions about the coutinued acti
vity of our business proporily by saying that
these conditions will undoubtedly last for somo
months, and will last a good deal longer thau
a period of six or eight mouths, if there bo no
legislation at Washington which causes reason
able business apprehension.
This suggestion, and thisalono, reveals what
business men think of the future. Their forecast
is very hopetul, but they aro not willing to
predict definitely, sinco they aro not able to
say .what tho courso of thojuew Adminis
tration and tho no-v Congress will bo with re
spect to some matters that vitally affect busi
ness. Their disposition is to boliovo that
nothing will bj done which can reasonably
justify businos? approhsnsiou. But their pur
pose is to await until after tho advent of tho
now Administration before giving a final opin
ion. Holland's Now York letter in Cincinnati
A Texas concern has ordered from a Louis
ville wagon factory 700 carloads of wagons,
tho money value being $700,000. To fill their
order it will require IS freight trains of 40
cars each. Tho Louisville Times sees an iu-j
dorsament of the incoming Wilson admiuistraj
tion in this big order.- As to this claim ono
year from uow will tell the story. Stick a pin
horeaud see it tho Texas firm duplicates this
700 carload order in November 1013.
In an old stocking and keep it there lor twenty years.
Then take it out and see what you will have. Put a
ten dollar bill in our savings department at $
interest and keep it there for twenty years. Then
take it cut and you will have $18.10. It's the
difference between hoarding and saving. Men have
made millions by saving. No man has ever made a
penny by hoarding.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
UNCLE JOE SAYS HIS SAY
Tells the Peoplo of Danville How
It Foels to Bo Dofeatod
General I. 11. Sherwood ,pf the old rural
Ninth district has been in UongroBS three
terms, but this is the first time ho has had an
opportunity to distribute any patronage. At
piesent ho is very popular, but his popularity
is on the wane because ho has just seut forth
the dictum that "postoilice appointments are
not the personal property of members of con
gress, but bolong to the people of the com
munities." From tho standpoint of the Dem
ocratic job hunter that is nothing less thau
rank treason. Commercial Tribune.
NO ROOM FOR ANARCHISTS.
Anarchy! There is no room for au anar
chist in this country. The more quickly we
awaken to tho danger of tho present situation,
the hotter it will be. A schoolboy in New
Jersey was expelled tho other cloy for refusing
to salute tho Stars and Stripes. He said he
would salute none but tho red ag. Ho was
tho sou of an Anarchist. There is uow in cir
culation in this country a book wiitton by a
Russian Anarchist, named Berkman, just out
of prison for a cowardly attempt to assassinate
Henry C. Flick during the Homes'ead strike
in 1892. This book glorifies the bloody deed.
What aio tho Federal authorities doing in this
matter? Isn't thoro something olso to do be
sides busting the trusts, smashing the railroads
and tinkering with tho tariff? Isif't the pre
servation of American institutions worth think
ing about for a fow moments? Wo believe it
Danville (III.) Cor. New York llerald.
Uocle Joe Cannon, who baa represented
this district In ConRroia aioce the lamented
Ur. Columbuj opened America as el!-3oaion
resort, and who was defeated for that office
on Tuesday, was tendered a serenade by some
of his old neighbors today. They banked
tberoselres about the Cannon homestead and
Insisted on the one-time Speakor of the Homo
of Representatives making a speech. ' Uocle
Joe" (banked thorn for their confidence In him.
He wta In the best of humor, and tho.'e who
expected to find him broken in rplrit wero
"I don't know as thoro is much for ma to
say," he began, lighting n freeh to-ch and
sinking his teeth Into it." Tho raters of the
district hare spoken and I abido by the re
sult, but when I think of some of those XXX
XXXX it makts me hut under tho collar. It
isn't so much that they chose to rote against
me as the 0000000 :???!? ZZZZ that makes
mo mad. Why, it is not more than a month
ago that I mat , and ho as
sured me (hit ho was for me. Tuesday morn
ing he couldn't wait to get to the polls to
il.ich me. Dut what cin be expected of a
ZZZZ like he I,?
"TLree choors for Undo Joel" yelled a man
in the back of the crowd. The cheers were
given with a wll'.
"If I had beon willing to stand for the re
call and all tho rest of the pateut medicine
policies I would hivo been elected," be went
on. "I guess I've got too ranch horse sense
to stand for such a lot of
ZZZZ , and I don't give a
ZZZZ who knows It. Progressive? Bah! I'd
cut my right arm off bofore I'd vote for any
such ZZZZ as thst.
"And now, my friends, I want to thank you
again for your kindness. You know me.
We've been no'ghbora for 60 or 60 years, and
you know that there Isn't a ZZZZ
here, in Washington or any pUce
else that can point a ZZZZ finger ot
me. I've always bellcvjJ lo plain folks. I've
no sympathy with the man who hides behind a
lot of fancy phrases. My successor has my
best wishes, and I hope be steers clear of the
ZZZZ that slip-
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B WASHINGTON THEATER
BETTY FOOLS DEAR DID DAD
A CORNER IN WHISKERS
THE STRANQER AND THE TAXICAB
Edison Comedy, !
ADMISSION 5 CENTSj
TO SELL THE HIGHEST CLASS MER
CHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
CASH PRICE HAS GAINED FOR US
MANY NEW CUSTOMERS. : : : :
We Show This Week&&
A great lino of Dress Goods, Silks nnd Velvets. See our 25c
and 49c Drees Fabrics, nil-wool Bergcs included.
Dress Silks, good patterns, 39c and 49i:.
$1 60 Black riergo and flno Dress Goods, 98c.
See our 69c Whipcords reduced to 89c.
Our Domestic Department is fu 1 ot bargains.
7c Apron Ginghams, 6c.
Heavy Muslin, yard wide, 5c.
Outing Flannels at 5c, north more.
Best 10c Outing to be found.
Ladies and Children's Underwear; wo can't get enough; all
nizes and many kinds. Ladies' best Underwear in tho country.
Children's Union Suits, good quality, 25c.
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks. New ones coming in daily.
NEW YORK STORE s- "J"?;
SAFE AND SANE.
I liavo for biiIo nn assortment of cltoico Investment Securities
ylcliUnjc HH to 7 Interest. InTCitlgutlou Invited.
FRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building. '
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Feoling prevail! in Washington that
Supreme Court will not haud down
important decisions until after its ro
cess ending December 2d.
Maud Malonc, the suffragette, was
found guilty by tho court for disturb
ing n WilBon meeting in Brooklyn,
but she was dismissed.
Hartwcll, 8ayler Park and Pleasant
Ridge bacamc part of Cincinnati Tues
day. The three villages will add to
tho city's population approximately
RALEIGH, N. C. CHILD
-TOU OUGUT TO HEAR TUK-
New Victor Records JZ
You can hear tlieni. Stop la any time. We're ai glad to play them ai j
A lew of these new lelectlom:
.io i Rlgoletto Quartette Kryl'i liokemlan Hand.
I TroTatore "Home to Our Mountains." Tessella's Italian Uand
f0078 Sones My Mother Taught Me. I.uoy Isabella Mariti
TtXSi Merry Countess Waltz Victor Herbert's Orchestra.
..,., I The Million Dollar llall Hilly Murray.
""" ) When I (Jet You Alone Tonight Walter Tan Brunt,
..... t K?erbMly Two-step American Quartet,
And large selection ot other Records. Aj
Records, 60c to ST. Vicirolas, S15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Made Strong and Well By Vinol
Whon we tell you that Vinol Is the beat
remedy in oar whole stock for making weak,
pony ailing children strong, robtut and roy
we are only telling yna what has boon proved
by hundred of mothors.
Urr. W. 0. Strother, Italoiuh, N. C, styt:
"My littlo girl, Hazel, his been taking Vinol
to build her up after a savore epell of sickness.
It has done so much good by restoring her op
petlto and building up her strength that I
think Viool is tho linen toolc ever prepared
and I am telling everyone abjut it."
What Vinol did for this ltltlo girl it will do
for overy weak, and ailing child because
sickly children need tho strengthening cod
liver olements and the tonic iron that Vinol
contains hat It why Vinol builds them up
quickly and gives them a flno healthy color. It
is pleasant to take aol we guirsntee that the
results will ealidfy you money back if they
do not. John C. recor,l)ruggi:it,Maysvllle,Ky.
ped It to me. To my many friends throughout
Iho country I am extremely grateful Aa for
the others, anything they say doesn't bother
mo a ZZZZ blt."J
r7ES7 NJ"IJ Fi
Adlon, 2:08, has been sold and
will be exported to Vienna.
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
COPNHIcSu A P c. c G&&-
THE BUSINESS MEN
am fully awaro of tho value of trood drotslnjc as a
business asset. They regard well rnado, perfect
n.tlnf attlro as inuuh of nn essential aa tho at.
traotlveiuilltlqs of a weil kept store or ofllce.
The onlv question li nhols the tailor who oan
mike them the mast satisfactory garments1
There can ba no question of doubt If you place
your order with u. Itoraernher this Is the only
storo In this section where you can buy Kd. V.
Price's mase to meatuee clothes. Sre tho new
browns we am showing for 118 lo S, they are
repeaters. Roinember we rovair all our dry clean
wurk fret of aharge In a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
OH West Front Street. Mayarltle, Kj.
LEST YOU FORGET
The postal authorities require
papers sent through the mails to
be paid for in advance bifore
thoy aro eligible to the mail aa
If your Fubiic Ledger stops,
remember the c&use.
A proclamation fixing the rates that foreign
shipping of the world shall pav for passage
through the Panama CanC .'. -issued" by
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
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1912 PROGRESSIVE MATRIMONY.
When thoy became engaged he Bent the ring 8,000
milca by special messenger.
She aont him la wlrelesa every night, and ho wore her
picture on the band ot his hat.
True love, that,
They vroro married io a lulloou ovar mlJoco.ui.
How very rpmauticl
And yet, alter all, thfly wero divorced imide o( two
Austria Bends ultimatum to 8ervia
and declines any longthy negotia
Bulgaria joins her ally in defUuco
ot Austria in preventing Sorvin from
getting Beaport on Adriatic.
Prominent business mou believe
that it extra eession lot Congress is
called in March it will bo (or prelimi
nary tariff work.
Wheat exports from all countries
last wetk totaled 15.488,000 bushels,
or tho largest ot recent years, except
ing in September, 1911.
Medical ofllcers nre gratified at tho
success ot antityphoid vaccination in
tho army, "Among 57,000 troops,
there have been in (en months only 12
cases ot typhoid tuvr, with two deaths,
Women Buffering from any form of fo
male ills aro invited to communicate
promptly with the womnn'sprivate corre
spondence department of the Lydia E.
Pinkham Modicino Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will bo opened, read and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thus has
been established a confidential corre
spondence which has extended over
many years and which has never been
broken. Never havo they published a
testimonial or used a letter without tho
writton consent of tho writer, and never
has tho Company nllowed these confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest
Out of the vast volumo of experience
which they havo to uraw from, It is moro
than possible that they possess the very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in return except your good
will, and their advico has helped thou
sands, burely any
woman, rich or poor,
should bo glad to
take advantage of
this generous offer
of assistance. Ad
dress Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co.,
Every woman ought to havo
Lydia E. PJnklmm's 80-pago
Text jBook. It Is nqt a book for
general distribution, as It is too
expensive. It is free and only
obtainable by mail. "Writ for
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
Wo Aro Offering On Salo For a Kew
Days Ono Dollar Slxo Bottles
Compound ItlooJ and Nerve Tonic fbr
35c.PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy Tor lthcmimtlsm. Blood,
Stomach, Liver nnd Kidney Troubles.
Do not InrKCt tho price t!5oper bottlo
or a for SI.
JOHN C. PECOR
Drnggist Maysville, Ky.
Tliu uuderslfcned, AJtnlnlitrator ot Ttioitai
Met han, deceased, will offrr at public lain on the
premise) In Washington, Ky.. ou
Wednesday, November 20, 1912,
At 10 a. m., the following described real estate,
That certain house and lot lying and being In
the town ot Washington and described and
bounded as follows:
Th se two ccriatn lots In said town, one of
which fronts on Main and the other on West llaok
street, and which Join each other between those
two streets and which Is considered as one lot,
are bounded ai follows; On the North by Wll
Ham street, on the South by tho properly of Wocd
and Maltby, on the East by William street, to
gelher with tb privileges and appurtenances,
being the same which was conrejed by deed of
Mary Parker and husband to llicmat Mtehan,
reo-rded In D. II. No. 79, I'. 370, of the Mason
County Court Clerk's oflloe.
This property will be offered In three parcels
and then at a whole and will be sold In the way
It will bring the most money.
Terms cf the sale mado known on the day of
THE EQUtTAULE TRUST COMPANY
OP DOVER, KY.,
F. P O'Donmll, Attorney. 9 IMS1R
Silver Plated Ware
Call and trc will I e
pleased lo show you
our neweit and ex
elusive patterns, Aa
silver is likely to go
higher in price, tho
heat time to buy ia
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
JOHN W. PORTER,