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Oct. '24, 1912.
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" Southern Agriculturist 75
Why I Should Vote
FOR NEXT PRESIDENT WILSON.
1. He is the only candidate
for President who represents the
real, the vital and the effective
progressive forces in this country.
'2. lie stands for tariff revision
downward in the interest of low
er prices and the elimination of
li. He stands for trust legis
lation which will prevent the
control of prices through any
sort of monopoly.
4. He stands for the income
tax and believes that wealth
should share the burdens as
well as the blessings of gov
ernment. 5. He 6tands for the rights of
labor and the protection of the
man who earns Jiis bread by the
sweat of bis brow, as shown in
his record ns Governor of New
(5. He stands for the revival of
our merchant marine, and for the
government encouragement of
agriculture, industrial and voca
7. He trusts the people and
believes that the governed should
govern, and that Senators should
be chosen by the people.
8. , Ho faithfully performs in
office the promises made out of
. i). He will "clean house" at
Washington as he has "cleaned
house" in New Jersey.
10. He preaches and practices
clean politics, and practices it
effectively. Ho unalterably op.
poses machine politics and the
rule of the bosses.
11. He stands for legitimate
big business every day, but for
12. As Senator LaFolletto says:
"He approaches every problem
with tho solemn promise to bo
really, in I ho highest sense, a
servant of tho people.
Less than two weeks remain
before t tic election. At present
there is every indication of Dem
ocratic suitress, but thiims can
happen in that short time to turn
tho tide. We do not be
Jieve it possible that anything
can turn the tide against
Wilson, but wo should take
nothing for granted. Every Dem
ocrat who loves his country and
his party should get on the firing
line and remain on duty until
the close of the polls Nov. 8th.
Col. Itoosevelt expects to break
the solid south, but it is dif.
licult to-sec hov h6 will even
The Republican Campaign
Committee has issued a calamity
howl which tries to prove that
the election of Cleveland ratis.'d
the panic of 1803 and the conse
quent, hard times which followed.
Of course this statement is false.
Legislation by the Republicans
which required the purchase of a
large amount of silver each
month and other equally as bad,
together with a faulty financial
system, caused the upheaval
which Cleveland was powerless
Arguing from such untenable
grounds, we suppose this aggre
gation will charge the panic of
15)07 to the Democrats although
Uoosevelt was president and the
Republicans were in control of
every branch of the government.
Then, as before, it was bad leg
islation and an archaic banking
and currency system which were
This country is at p'resent enjoy
ing unparalleled prosperity in
spito of, not because of, Repub
lican administrative policies. A
gracious Providence has given
the husbandman great return for
his labor. The gold production
is $1)0,85)0,000 this year, larger
than ever before in the history
of the country, save in one year
only, and the abundant diffu
sion of prosperity thereby caused
has put the whole machinery of
business in motion.
It is just as reasonable to claim
that the tains and the reasonable
weather are due to Republican
rule as that it is responsible for
for the present prosperity
Be both willing and able at all times' to'' xl&l you '
such accommodations as your business justifies;
Ask the experience of your friends who have carried "
their accounts with the. CLAY CITY NATION
AL BANK during the past twenty-three yeafs.
Clay City National Bank,
CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY.
We take this method of further extending an invitation to
the buying public to come to our ftore and get their tup
plies. For several weeks we have been supplying many
customers in this vicinity with what they need at a . great
saving of money. Now that we are started, we want to
extend our trade still
appeal for your trade is
on what you must have
to eat and wear.
our price on four staple articles to just show you; how
we can save
Beft Patent Flour Made,
Granulated Sugar, - -Meat
and Lard, - -Lard
in 50 pound cans,
These are only fair samples of
the house is sold at die same
H. Q. CRABTREE
high protecHveTtariff would have
produced another panic but for
these haturalcriuses. The ca
lamity howlers are only howling
for another chance a the bone.
"The AppeajTo Reason" should
change its name to "Appeal to
Ignorance". ,.ln one paragraph
Unsays "f.OOtf per year and six
hour days." ju another para
graph it says in substance:
'There nre'tljirty millions of
laborers working ten hours a day
producing thirty billion dollars
of wealth." ''If thirty million
workers at 10 hours a day produce
only thirty billion of wealth, then
each laborer produces only $1,000
of wealth or just one half what
the "Appeal ' to Reason." (?)
would have them receive when
working only six hours a day.
Still further, when you cut down
the time of labor two-fifths ns
this Socialist paper Bays, should
be done, you cut down the wealth
produced also two-fifths. Thus
instead of each laborer then pro
ducing $1,000 per year as he uow
does, he would only produce
SFGOO. So you see according to
the "Appeal to Reason" (?) the
editor wants the laborers to pro
duce $000 and receive therefor
$2,000. Such arguments are. not
appealing to reason and wo think
the name of this paper should be
chaned to "Appeal to Ignorance"
to conform to - the real efforts of
Secretary Wilson's book on ail
ing bees and vhat to do for them
ought to be interesting reading
tor a Presidential year.
further. Our one great-
are going to give you?'
6 cts. -per Utfft,
Give us a trial.
Deafness Cannot be Cured .
hy local applications, as they can
not rea'h the diseased pprtimrof
the ear. There is -only one way lo
cure deafness, and that is by con
stitutional renii-dies. Deafness it
emised by an inflamed condition or
the mucous. lining of the Eustach
ian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have n rumbling sound
of imperfect hearing, and when it
is entirely closed, Deafness is the
result, and Unh-ss the influmation
can bu taken out nnd this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
eases out of ten are caused by Ca
tarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous
We will five Onn Hundred Dol
: DON'T BE FRIGHTENED,
Winter is about here, but you canbuy care
. fully and be comfortable and happy. We '
provide necessities that make comfort.
There's no doubt of the good things we
sell and we believe you will appreciate
what we furnish and the pric
es we make on the articles named.
Men's Suits, Over Coats, Rain
Coats, Boys9 Suits and Pants,
and OverCoat, Ladies9 Ready-to-Wear
Suits, Cloaks and
Skirts, Misses9 Cloaks,
mmMSuits and Skirts.
Uuderwear for the Whole Family.
SHOES IN ALL LEATHERS AND BEST STYLES.
These are only aFev? oF the maivy flood thinjjs to 6e
Found at our tvto stores Where Full lines oFetfery
thing fhe housekeeper needs Will always 6e
Found in Dry Goods and Groceries.
MRS. J. W. WILLIAMS,
CLAY 'CITY, KENTUCKY.
Made by J. ANDREW
lars for any case of Deafness (caus
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