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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
1IAH.T RXCHM SUNDAY, 1-OORTIt Ot JULT, TltXNKIOlTIXO
X. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.
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AKf, HtTltHOKIlTHtSS AIIK OAlll IS ADVISOR.
Out of a list of twenty-two Congressmen
k elected in Ohio, there wore only three Repub-
How to get rid of Bryan is bothering tho
i'Dommiea more thnn tho Tariff and all tho
:t other unsettled isms of the day.
The Potnocratic candidates for Postmasters
are as tliick ns flies around a molassoB barrel
although Postmaster Mitchell's term does not
expire for over three years. Vancoburg Sun.
"Cheap at $100,000 a your," said Frank
Munsey of T. It', in a contributory editorial
, capacity. Well, now. if ever, is the appointed
time. Louisville Times.
Corn and bluegrass seed both seem to be
going down in price. The Bourbou Nows
notes the salo of a lot of corn at -10c a bushel
?' .and of two lots of blugrnss seed, about 8,000
bushels, at 05 cents. Flemingsburg limes
W "Going: down" has a familiar old Democratic
After a three year trial of the commission
form of government Spokane is going to turn
back to her old charter. Just another reform
gouo wrong. Commercial Tribune.
The Public Lkdgkr has always "fit" against
the commission fad. Its as bad as tho Bull
Moose progressive rot.
The President is preparing to push his
policies the same as if he had not been defeat
ed. He has already begun work on his main
message to Congress and will, as heretofore,
follow it with several supplementary ones.
. He will call for immediate and severe cuts in
certain tariff schedules, but will firmly oppose
reductions that would tend to cripplo any in
'dustry; ho will also urge a Federal incorpora
tion law and tho making of specific acts of un-
'. " fViir rrnrln inisrlp.monnnrs.
Jim Cox, the new Democratic Governor
elect of-Ohio now. proposes to Jkuock tho capi
tal V. out of Democracy. He declares he will
Btaiid for no frills or spike-tailcoats at his in
augural ball. Thus Mr. Cox joins the great
throng of the "onterritied," whose mouth is
oven open to tell all they don't know and a little
bit more. Cox should pattern after his new
President and simply keep his off oar to the
ground aud just "listen." He'll hear some
thing drojsooircnough anyway.
CORPORATIONS MUST STAND FOR IT.
Concerning the matter of increased asscs-
ment on tho various Kentucky corporation"
which tho railroads are fighting, it is said of
.1. . , l T.y i-c l ii.i .1 mi
i uierecem mceiing at urauKiurt mat tuore win
not be a compromise in the iutorests of the
railroad companies. A member of tho Asses
sing Board said it would take no action that
would make tho people thinkthat it had been
Auditor Bosworth said: "I promised the
people I would vote to make the corporations
pay their part of the taxes and so far as I am
J concerned the Courts will have to settle this
case, for we are right and having nothing to
' It is bolieve'd that tho State Board has no au
thority to reconsider its action after the assess
ment is completed and tho board adjourned.
Thenfrlroad compauiesdo not want to go into
Court. They want to pursue the policy of
give and take, but tho Assessing Board will
'. not back up, and unless there is a very decidod
l ,nr.rn. 'r, onnlimnnf tl.n n.iniifiAn will . fn tliii
yuuuuu in ouuiiiiiuuv tuu uuvomuu iriu uu nv iuu
A member of tho conference eaid: "Tho
mdoting was a foelor on the part of tho rail
Tho task of Hercules: President-elect Wil
son announcod in speaking of tho tariff and
monopoly questions, that he proposed to carry
out the pledges made in his campaign speeches
to cut special privilege cut of tho tariff sched
ule's and to destroy private monopoly. There
is an old saying: "Lot lie who puttieth on his
his armor not boast liko ho who taketh off his
The draining of this country of niouey,
which is tho case under low tarifl laws, is what
makes it poor and weak. Tho gold and silver
of a nation is its lifeblood. Tako it away by
the million to pay for goods- manufactured
abroad and you sap our nation's strength, just
as you sap an individual's strougth if you tap
an artery. Under a low Democratic tariff we
send away our money our blood. Under a
a Republican protective tariff we are getting
new blood all the time, because, as a rule, the
balance of trade is in our favor. Read the
messages ol our Presidents back in tho fifties
aud you will see that they tellJhow, under tho
low Walker tarifl, the millions of gold miued
in California went into one ceaseless current
abroad to pay for manufactured goods. We
are now keeping that gold, tho nation's life
blood, at home where it bolongs.
Put a Ten-Dollar Bill
In an old stocking and keep it there for 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 yearsN Then
take it out 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.
$50,000 Enterprise Complete
In Every Feature in Heart
WAR ON FILTHY STORES.
A systematic effort to obtain clean and saui
tary groceries is to be made by the Chicago
Clean Food club. The object of the organiza
tion is to enforce cleanliness in neighborhood
stores. Some of the tenets of the club, which
plans to hold an exhibition of a model store in
that city are:
No cats to bo allowed in grocery stores.
No chickens to bo kopt in crates on side
walks. Stores having flies to bo blacklisted. ,
No horse blankots to be kopt in delivery
Everything to be kopt off floor and every
thing to be kopt covered.
Tho club is co-operating with the public
school department of domestic arts -and sci
ences. It will attempt to enforce observance
of its requirements by confining the patron
age of its members to approved stores.
Under Expert Management
of Pioneer Tobacco Men
TODAYS BEST POLITICAL JOKE.
The Times desires to present, as America's
representative to tho Court of St. James, tho
name of that representative American, Wil
liam Jennings Bryan. He is in many ways our
foremost citizen, so regarded abroad and so es
teemed at home. He possesses in singular
conjunction all tho qualities, aud we can think
of not a single drawback. His urbanity, his
suavity, his charm of manner, of temper and
ot speech arc alike unapproached and unap
proachable; his knowledge of mon, of his own
land and his own people is surely ontensivo
and peculiar; a scholar who is not bookish, a
lawyer who does not talk cases, a statesman
who does not hold himself aloof, here is a big
man of big caliber, filling by his own work a
big place in the world. Louisville Times.
Bill Bryan is tho lone icoborg that's going
to send the good ship Democracy down to
Davy Jono'a locker.
Mr. Bryan is a mighty good Republican
The now Control Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware
house just finished Is one of the finest and
best equipped auction houses In the entire
tobacco section. It is ideally situated in
East Third etreet on the main line of the C
k 0. which gives it perfect shipping facilities.
The structure runs from Poplar street to Lex
ington street, a distance of 282 feot and has a
depth on both of said streets of 1G5 feet.
I. M. Lane was the contractor and all the
work and fittings are the product uf home
labor. The Central has a Ibor sales capacity
of 500,000 pounds dally and its concreted
driveways in the mala building will furnish
room for 100 wagonloads ot tobacco. It baa
floor space for 1,500 baskets, while Its 150
skylights arraoged on tha checker-board plao
afford just the right shade of light to get all
the beat looks out of tha weed on aale. Ita
offices, scales'and electric lights and full firo
hose protection renders the Central abcut aa
complete as skill and money could make it.
New stables are to be constructed opposite on
the South, which will furnifh free stable room
for fifty double teamj.
The Central is officered by the following
well known tobscco men.
President K. L. Crisp.
Vice-PreMdont C. M. Jones.
Secretary C. W. Payne.
Treasuror H. L. Turner.
(lookkeoper Frank M. Allen.
Mr. Crisp, Mr. Jones, Mr. Payne and Mr.
Turner are all life long tobaco men from
Virginia and the Csrollnas and know the loose
leaf business from the patch to the package.9
Mr. C M. Jones will be the active sales
manager on the Central's floor. He baa been
identified with the Uayeville loose leaf market
aince the beginning of tho industry, knowa the
farmer?, the quality, color and condition of
hurley tobacco, and as loose leaf expert he
has no superior.
Colonel Zickery Taylor Brougbton is to be
The Central will bear critical inspection and
ob its cards say, it is A Dig, Bright, Brand
New Building, "Built for Business."
The selling season opens Tuesday, December
THE PARTY DRESS
FTT" Muttm-B TVriny'iu I 30 p. m.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS
White, Angel Food.
TO SELL THE HIGHEST CLASS MER
CHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
CASH PRICE HAS GAINED FOR US
MANY NEW CUSTOMERS. : : :
We Show This Week&gm
A great line of Dress Goods, Silks and Velvets. See our 25c
and '19c Dress Fabrics, nil-wool Serges iucludcd.
DresB Silks, good patterns, 39c and 49c.
$1.50 Black Sergo and fine Dress Goods, 98c.
Sea our 69c Whipcords reduced to 39c.
Our Domestic Department is full of bargains.
7c Apron Ginghams, 5c.
Heavy Muslin, yard wide, 5c.
Outing Flannels at 5c, north more. i
BeBt 10c Outing to be found.
Ladies and Children's Underwear; no can't get enough; all
Hizes and many kinds, Ladies' best Underwear in the country.
Children's Union Suits, good quality, 25c.
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks. Now ones coming in daily.
NEW YORK STORE s- "EEL
SAFE AND SANE.
I liavo for salo n assortment of cholco Investment Securities
yielding G,H to 7ft Interest, lnvcatl(ratIou invited.
PRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
-TOD OUGHT TO HEAR TUK-
Wo Arc OlTerlnc On Salo For a Fow
Days Ono Dollar SIeo Bottles
Compound Iilood and Nervo Tonic Ibr
35c.PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for ltlieumatisni. Blood,
Stomach, Liver and Kidney Troubles.
Do not target the price 35o per bottle
or a i'or$l.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
New Victor Records i,
Ton can hear them. Stop In any time. We're ai glad to play them as you'll be to hear then '
A few of these new selections:
.n I Rleoletto Quartette Kril't Hoaeialan Hand.
""" 1 Troratore "Home to Our Mountain!." Teiiella't Italian Band.
(10078 Sonei My Mother Taught Me. Luoy Isabella Maria.
TOttJJ Merry Countess Waltz Victor Herbert's Orckestra.
... I The Million Dollar Hall Hilly Murray.
""' i When I Get You Alone Tonight Walter Tan Bunt.
..... t Everybody Two-step American Quartet.
,7m i llucdy Hoy Uolllns-IIarlan.
And large selection of other Records.
Records, GOc to $T. Victrolas, $15 to S20G.
P.J. MUEPHY, The Jeweler
JOHN W. POSTER,
Against So Many Surgical Op
and Mrs. Moore Escaped.
17 Bait Seooud St.,
LEST YOU FORGET
The postal authorities require
papers sent through tho mails to
be paid for in advance before
they are eligible to the mall as
If your Puhlic Ledger stops,
remember the cause.
Texas has 1,000,000 school children.
A good deal of time Is wasted in leaching
dogs to turn back somersaults.
oxo f at arrfl .Jpllv a Plea8ant aromatic pungent jelly for re
WS52i liaiailll UCII Heving bead catarrh, hay fever and colda.
&2 Wine of Cod Liver Extract :benXJt
tive properties in the treatment ol such cages as need a reconstructive tonic.
Gives certain and iustant relief in
forms of sore throat from any cutis?.
PFYAI I Pmillcinn U'etroleum.) A perfect emulsion of water-white
lLYriLb LIIlUlOlUil Hussian petroleum with hypophosphites: rec
ommended in pulmonary and wasting diseases, especially in consumption.
Thcr I Phrh DRUGGIST
Ullldt O, lllGUUWGUla
Maysville, Ky. ?; THE
Cor. Second and
x w &
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
A man's salary ia based on the amount ho
can spend without making a fool of himself.
P. iWi mJ HiW lilTTf' i ' '"SViil
ma ron TWO.
"Did you ever tell that young man that late hours wero
bad for one?" asked father at the breakfast table.
''Well, fatkr," replied tba wiw daughter, '"late hours
Hay in bad (ot'ohd, but thty'rV ail right for two."
i"-1KSJr S5li tt
Sikeston, Mo. "For seven years Isuf.
I was in bed for four
or five days at a time
every month, and so
weak I could hardly
walk. I cramped and
had backache and
headache, and was
so nervous Bnd weak
that I dreaded to see
anyone or have any
onomovointheroom. The doctors gave mo
medicine to ease me
at those times, and said that I ought to
havo an operation. I would not listen to
that, and when a friend of my husband
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 my own housework,
hoe my garden, ond milk a cow. I can
entertain company and enjoy them. I
can visit when I choose, and walk as far
as any ordinary woman, any day in the
month. 1 wish I could talk to every
Buffering woman and girl." Mrs. Dema
Bethune, Sikeston, Mo.
Murrayvillo, 111. "I havo taken Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
for a very bad caso of fomalo troublo
and it mado mo a well woman. My
health was all broken down, the doctors
said I must have an operation, and I was
ready to go to tho hospital, but dreaded it
so that I bcgaa'taklng your Compound.
I got along so well' that I gave up the
doctors and was saved from the opera
Hor.' Mrs. Charles Moom, R. R.
No. 8, MurrarVllk, III.
After s man is 35 or 40 he certainly scru
tinizes every piece of bait be sees for the pur
pose of locating the hook.
California complete gives Roosevelt a plur
ality over Wilson of sixty-six votes. Demo
crats In Los Angeles county have filed a peti
tion seeking to compel an honest count, and
charging gross irregularities.
Will Bocomo Secretary to New Mat
ron of the White House
The Cincinnati Post contained a plcturo of
Ulss Mary Uayless, a former West Union girl,
who Is Secretary to lira. Woodrow Wilson,
the new matron o(tho White House.
Uiss Dsylees is a daughter of Judge F. D.
Dsyless and bes gained considerable promt
nenco in tbratrlcal circles. She was a clerk
in the recent Ohio Legislature and has served
as Secretary to literary people of prominence.
After graduating from the Aoademy of Vis
Itatlon Id Uaysville, she spent ono year as a
law student In ber fathem office.
She taught music (piano) for several years,
and took a buslnesi course, locladlos abort,
band, at Clnolnnatl, In which city she also re
ceived a diploma In Wis Haywood' dramatic
UIm DaylNS made a tour ot Europo a few
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
The 23d Day of November,
At 2 o'clock p. m., we will offer for salt to tbi
Ulebeit bidder tbe old Lloyd frra of
On the Salem Turnpike, one and a half mllti
8outheut ot Gcrmantoivn, In Mason county,
TbU farm has been In continuous poiieiilon ot
tbe Lloyd family slnoi 1832. It has had careful
management, has always been a famous tobacco
farm and It now In a hlRb state of cultivation.
This farm can be divided to advantage and
will be offered for sale In pnrcels and aa a whole.
There Is a good two-story dwelling, a tenant
bouse, all necessary outbulWlnci, barn room for
25,000 pouHt of tobaooo, a never-fulllug and
weal-distributed supplv of ttoole water, and feno
Ine Id good condition, The place Is one and a
half mile from churches and schools on a good
turnpike that leads to the stable door. This
farm pays a gocd per cent, farmed on the tenant
system and Is desirable either as an Investment
or as a home,
For further Information apply to Dan II, Lloyd,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
Silver Plated Ware
Call and we will be
pleaaed to show you
our nuwest anil ex
clusive patterns. As
silver ia likely to ko
higher in price, the
heat time to buy ia
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