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W. H. Taft.
J. 8. Sherman.
' FOK PliKSIDEKI,
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFI
v FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
JAMES 3. SHEHMAN.
HON. HAHllY BAILEY.
' It is n battle for liberty against nnnroliy and
Tho world must be growing better wlieu a
thief returns $f)f,000 stolen money.
Tho Kepublican party brings prosperity and
maintains it; do you want to turn such a party
out of power?
Prof. Wilson might not be a dictator in the
.presidential chair, but he is doing a lot of die
stating in New Jersey.
Mx. ltoosovolt asks you as a Republican to
assist him in breaking up the Republican
party. Ask yourself why.
A Democratic paper says a victory for its
party in Ohio is certain. As sure no doubt
as tho recent result in Maine.
. Grandma Wilson is shedding a few senile
tears over the fool things ho said in his numer
ous books. "Would that mine enemy would
write a book," still holds good.
The wisest stunt pulled off in Lexingtou
in years was by the moving picture concern,
last week, when a Board of Censors was ap
pointed to pas9 on "The Ressurreetion" to as
certain whether there was any objectionable
foaturca connected with tho pictures. Tho
Board said the picture wasO. K. and ihe man
agement ''cleaned up." Winchester Democrat.
THINGS NOT DONE BY TAFT.
Ho never tried to muzzle tho press.
Ho never organized au Ananias Club.
Ho never compared himsolf to Lincoln.
Ho uever advocated the recall of Judges.
Ho never tried to dictate tonus to tho
He novor had a Wall strool tainted money
lie novor told Great Britain how lOgovem
He never humiliated an Admiral after a
Ho never aroused tho enthusiasm of tho
-Harvester Trust. v
Ho never questioned tho authority of tho
I 'Supremo Court.
Heuevorsaid: "If they waut tho sword
thoy shall havo it."
Ho never was accused of appropriating lo
v" himsolf ideas launched by Bryan.
Ho never marched up to a natioual conven
tion and thon marched down again.
Ho nover thought that association with him
self would turn a corrupt political "bo9s" into
a party "leader'"
Ho never tried to fool all tho pooplo somo
of tho limo, nor soma of-tho pcopfo all Ujq
pw i i ) nnih
ninst linvri bcbii linking bf 'tho Third
termor and politips whop you dash off tho
above. Yon know that's Teddy's gamo to
suck eggs and then yoll, liar! thief 1 crook 1
According to tho latest roport compiled by
tho Commit too on Wolfaro moro than 24,580
employees of tho United States Steel Corpor
ation aro stockholders of tho company, their
aggregato holdings amounting to over 102,24.0
Tho Augusta nowspaper correspondents are
-trying to equal Carlisle in tho number of lis-
patches sent out each day, but wo warn them
that it is useles". Those Carlislo boys are
building homes at tho exponso of the daily
papers. Cynthiana Domocrat.
THE ASSISTANT DEMOCRAT.
Mr. Roosevelt will feed his vanity by carry
ing his tirade of abuse and falsehood pver the
That he can be elected is not imaginable.
His placo in this campaign will be that of an
Every vote cast for Roosevelt will bo half
a voto cast for Wilson.
If there is a Republican who is willing to
try a tariff-for-revenue only administration
under Democratic auspices, by all means let
him voto for tho assistaut Democrat, Mr.
But let him bo propared to take tho conse
quences of a busiuess uphcavel that, will close
tho mills and send tens of thousands of woik
men in the streets begging for bread. Phila
What woulclu't you rIvo to bo ablo to hnvo Ihe world's ureittcat sincere
nnt musicians to ning tinil ploy (or you whenever yon wauled to hear thcml
You can hear thorn whenever and ati often na you wish with n Victrola in your
home; nnd you can get one ot these wonderful instruments from
$15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
" ALU NICE" FELLOWS NOW.
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From Morning Oregonlan of Portland, Ore., Sept. 9, 1912.
WHO WAS REPRESENTED?
Washington Post: Vaudeville entertain
mout is provided at one of the Wilson hoad
quarters in New York, tho intention being to
see that the Govoruoi gets a show.
Chicago Record-Herald; Colouel Roosovolt
is endeavoring to persuade tho Solid South to
quit being solid. It is a good deal like try
iug to pcrsuado water to flow uphill.
Philadelphia Record: Roosevelt is over
doing tho defeated litigrants privilege of goiug
down to the tavern and sweaiiug at tho Court.
Chicago Inter-Ocean: T. It. says ho be
lieves Iladley will decido to join tho Bull
Moosers. Hardloy; Iladley is from Missouri.
Syracuse Post Standard: 'The Colouel says
he has uo ambition to bo King. It is our sus
picion that he wants to b ace.
Dr. Wilson Asks Queotlon That May
"Who," asks Woodrow Wilson, in his
speech of acceptanco, "when you como
down to tho bard facts of tho matter,
bavo boon represented in recent years
when our tariff schedules woro being
discussed and determined, not on tho
floor of congress, for tbnt is not where
thoy havo been determined, but in tho
committee rooms and conferences?"
Precisely. Who haa7 When tho
Payne-Aldrich bill was being framed
prolonged and open hearings were con
ducted by tho ways nnd means com
mittee. Every ono who had facts or
arguments to present was given an op
portuntly to bo heard. However, when
Dr. Wilson's fellow Democrats under
took to rovlso tho schedules in this
congress Oscar Underwood and his as
sociates barred the doors and out of ad
vices, tho sources of which thoy havo
nover yet entirely disclosed, proceeded
to mako up tho schedules in secret nnd
Jam them through tho houso by gag
It would bo interesting could Dr.
Wilson scuro from the. Democratic
loaders an answer to his question. It
was not entirely thoughtful of him to
How the Democratic party does pro
grss! Its tariff planks in 1892 nnd
1912 aro duplicates. Tho results will
bo, too. If the American people elect From President Taft'B Speech of Ao
WllBon. Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin. ceptanco.
CHASING A PHANTOM.
Wo aro living in an ago in which by
exaggeration of tho defects of our pres
ent condition, by false charges ot re
sponsibility for it against individuals
nnd clnsses, by holding up to tho fever
ish Imagination of tho less fortunate
nnd tho discontented tho possibilities
of a millennium, a condition of popular
unrest has been produced. New parties
nro being formed, with tho proposed
purpose of satisfying this unrest by
promising a panacea. In so far ns in
equality of condition can bo lessoned
and equnllty of opportunity can bo pro
motod by Improvement of our educa
tional system, tho betterment of tho
laws to Insure tho quick admlnlstra
tlon of justlco and by tho prevention of
tho acquisition of prlvilcgo without
just compensation, in so far as the
adoption of tho legislation abovo re
cited nnd laws of n similar character
may aid tho less fortunato in their
struggle with tho hardships of life, all
are in sympathy with a continued ef
fort to remedy injustice and to aid tho
weak, and I venture to say that thoro
Is no national administration in which
moro real stops of such progress have
been taken than in tho present ono
Out in so far as the propaganda for
tho satisfaction of unrest Involves tho
promlso of a millennium, a condition in
which tho rich aro to be mado reason
ably poor and tho poor reasonably
rich by law, wo aro chasing a phan
tom; wo aro holding out to thoso
whose unrest wo fear a prospect and
a dream, a vision of tho lmpoi'siblo.
You Are Invited to Attend Our : : :
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Millinery, Suits, Cloaks, 'Skirts,
Waists, Dress Godds, No-
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New Millinery rrcolvrd rtnllv.
HeiKlvto-Wciir Hats from HHo tin.
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IjndlcM S20 Flno ConlH $0.08,
Orcat Kxtra Special Skirt Halc-AlLWool Seriro Skirts $1.08
Comoanrriny to suit your convenience, but do not mnko tho
lulstako ol litijliig until yon linvo hpbii our wonder till lino of
New York Store LI?
THE BEST WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction Ruaranteed or money refunded. Wo don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any k nd
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving means anything to you, we Bhould have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "ESS
"IYHKN YOU QO TO
See Baseball in Cincinnati
STOI' AT TI1K
Null I, rin.INHII.Miul Itiiuk Hull. lint,
Lccal and Louu lOfllce N'd. 655.
Distance Phones I UmsWIoiico No. 137.
UNDER TAFT'S ADMINISTRATION
Chicago JVeivs: Mnybo Governor Wilson
was afraid that staying at homo might develop
into a habit.
Reflections of a bachelor.
A conversation has to be very short not
to bo long of lies.
Every timo ho sees a. korosono lamp tho
Colonol gels color blindness. That Standard
Oil stunt was just a little too munh for tho
If a mail doesn't take his money homo ho
sponds it, and if ho duos tako it homo his
family spnnds it.
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Ono morning laet Bummer President TH, wearing the
largest both'ng huH known to modern times, threw his
substantial form into tho cooling waves of Deverly Day.
Shortly alterward ono neighbor said to another '-'Let'a
.timo, nor all tho popple, all tho lime. Haiti-
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x&- - , a nJ' " ' ' VPAe8PQH8- ine rresment
m - "Wilag the own .& $ ;& i V- ' " "' 4 '
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
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lly A)'lnliiifiil Only.
MISS TURA TURNER
(IlUDl'ATK Nl'JIrtK AND M108IKU&E
Massage, Baths and
For Die trealiuent of dlsoHses of ll.l(lii(l), is
usioclatcd Willi l)r Sxoot.
t7Kit Hcctuul 3t MA1TSrfl.nCKT,'
Wo Arc OnVirini; On Kalo For a Few
Oil) a Ono Dollitr Slu ltottlca
Ooiiipouiul IJlood anil NcrvoTunlo flr
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for lthrumntlam. IJlood,
Stomach, Mver and Kidney Troubles.
l) not lorifct tliopilcc USoiter bottlo
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
The tariff haa boon revised. Within
a year following passage ot tho Payno
bill wages wero Increased moro than
J600.000.000. Industry Is operating at
high pressure, general business 1b
prosperous, and there Is a Bcarclty ot
Two nets providing safety for rail
way employees and proper Inspection
of appliances havo been- passed.
The federal mining bureau for re
ducing tho dangers to workmen has
A children's bureau to mlnlmlzo in
fant mortality and reduco child em
ployment In factories haa been or
ganized. Pensions for Union veterans of tho
war of tho rebellion havo been broad
ened and Increased.
Whlto slavery has boon outlawed
Our trudo with foreign nations has
been enormously Increased, particular
ly In Iron and steel manufactures.
Congress has made tho contract be
tween railroads and their omployecs
moro favorablo to tho latter.
Shippers by rail and patrons of ex
press, telegraph and telophono compa
nles aro assured Just rates by reason
of additional authority conferred upon
the Interstate commerce commission.
Tho eight hour law on government
work haB been extended to Include
Practlco iu tho federal courts has
been ulmpllfled in tho Interest ot all
litigants, which will relievo particular
ly tho poor suitor.
Postal savings banks havo been es
tablished, to tho great convonlonco ot
persons who formerly hoarded their
Provision has boon mado for tho. par
cels post, which will begin operations
These are among tho achievements of three years of Taft, No other ad
ministration within the same brief limit has accomplished so many eubttait.
tlal benefits to the peoplt. Why make a ohange, Involving 'widespread up
heaval of business, when very phyvlcal and material conditio Is favor
Wtf From ,Harrlhdi-a (Pm. Tel en ram.
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iMTAII iiintfrr inr pulillrullun must be
teaurfwl In binir U uVI(M-k n. ni.
Tho automatic electric incubator la now
Tho telraph Iloea of Persia total 0,312
aill8 lo lenutb.
Carllalo'a new city hall will bo ready for
occupancy of tho city ofllclaU by October let.
II. S. ELLIS, Ageul.
Chesapeake & Ohio M
t$IR2&?0Z &iliedutB effective Juu.
XjK" 'ssP 2,1018. SublfCttoclitDK'j
I TRAINS LKAVn MAYSYILLK, KY.
Don't get the Idea that ail of the fool
drink whisky. Theio are lot of them who
never tasted I'quor.
The dub who Uvea to bo a hundred years old
gets aa much advertising ns the genius who
died at the age of forty.
Every man bat relatives who, after he la
dead, inalat on banging a crayon portrait of
the decerned In the front parlor.
It taVea the averate joke a year to cover
the distance between tbe newspaper In which
It first appeared and the vaudeville stage
NEW VoitK, September 25thr Harold Kyrle,
the actor, w,ho died at Suit Lake City last
November, left a net oitaW of only $M.G42.
The appraisement of the eata'e waa filed today.
A word of boiloiai advice: "Hake It pleaa.
ant and agreeable for cuntomers that there
will be no 'if' and 'and' about where they
are going to make their purrhtae, cenaldi-nn
all other things equal, but will como to jtur
store, whero thty are asturod of courteoua
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3:13 p. in .dully
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weeic aayi, local.
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