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A. P. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher.
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, W. H. Taft. J. 8. Shtrman.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
P0K PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM HOWAKD..TAFT.
TOR VICE PRESIDENT,
JAMES 8. SHERMAN,
FOR CONGRESS,
HON. HARRY UAILEY.
Tho firat declnrntion in tho Democratic plat
form is an assault ou a Protective Tariff. The
Republican platform is outspoken for 6uch a
Tariff. Hero is one issue squarely joined,
and history proves tho streugth of tho Repub
lican position.
Speaking of Wilson and the Tariff, if mem
ory serves us right, we had a three years'
experience with another Wilson measure from
1893 to 189G.
t
Under tho Wilson bill of Cleveland's admin
istration there was no Tariff on wool and 50
per cent, on goods, and the most flourishing
industry was tho souphouses.
THE BLIGHT OF DEMOCRACY.
. The sheriff was tho busiest man in Highland
county. The facts from his records are appal
' .ling. From 1893 to 1897 he sold two hun
dred and twenty-four farms and homes, served
five hundred and thirty-one executions; and
, closed the following laigo industries: Tho Ohio
Chair Co.; The Hillsboro 4 Manufacturing Co.;
The Hillsboro Gas Co.; The Hillsboro Woolen
Mills; The Citizeus National bank; and tho
First National Bauk. A bankrupt community
.is a bad market.
If you were asked to do something that
might possibly reduce the value of your laud
and your product from one-half to threo-fourths
.would you take that risk? -
With tariff for revenuo prices for your land
and youi product can you beat the sheriff to
your mortgage?
What Highland countian will take a chance
on a return to such conditions?
A vote for William II. Taft insures a con
tinuation of present conditions. Tho above
editorial appeared in tho Hillsboro Ohio, Dis
patch, Friday, October, 1912. "
THE ISSUE AND THE HANDWRITING.
Issues' are not determined by men, but by
events. When a real issuo impends tho
most adroit of campaign managers can no
' more create an issue than ho can evade one. It
is not a matter of political general selecting
tho issues upon which a campaign shall bo
fought; campaigns have a habit of developing
issues that ovorshadow the original ouo and
convert it into a mere perliminary skirmish.
For months the political outposts have been
skirmishing; thoro has been a rattling number
of outpost flghls, but tho real battle field was
not-determined until within tho past fortnight,
, for tho real issuo had not developed.
But today tho real battlo field is revealed,
tho real issue his come to tho fron' ; tho pre,
liminary engagement? of the past month ,ba?
fit dwarfed iato. outpo3t .affaire! Agtia-w-lmvi
learned tuat it in nut for gonoials to dotormiuo
battlefields, that it is not for candidates to
determine the issues that aro before tho peo
ple Tho campaign has pro resscd to tho point
whero it is apparent that tho split in tho Re
publican forces mfiaus tho election of a free
trade administration, a free trade congress
and tho men of America all too well know
that that means -industrial depression, panic,
loss of employment and hard times. Tho Re
publican party has upheld those principles and
policies which have made tho nation prosper
ous to divide tho Republican forces upon
tho election day will not result iu tho election
of a man supporting these .principles and
policies, bnt iu the election of the man and
men who will drag them down and destroy
them.
Colonel Roosevelt's ouargo has been bril
liant, it has been sensational, it has been char
acteristic, but it is now apparent that it can
have but one roault the defeat of the very
principles and policies. which he is seeking to
maintain. Backed by the vote of tho "Solid
South," faced by divided Republican forces in
great industrial and agricultural states, a man
needs neither to be a prophet nor the son of a
prophet to appreciate the fact that a free trade,
Democratic administration may be ushered in
to power.
It is a realization of this situation by the
people ot the'great Northern and Eastern states
which has made the real issue, which has de
termined the real battle ground upon which
the fight will be conducted during tho closing
weeks of the campaign.
Shall prosperity and piotection be kicked
out? Shall froo trade and hard times be voted
in? These then are the questions that tho
voter must answor when ho goes to tho polling
place in November. They may be entirely
different from those which many of us thought
would bo asked; they may be entirely different
from those which the campaign managers had
determined would be beat suited to their pur
pose, but they aro the ones determined by
events and therefore tho real ones.
The piotective tariff is alone to be maintain
ed by tho election of a Republican administra
tion. This fact is apparout to any one who
studies either tho politics or the past or the
politics of today. To divide the forces bi-J
Moving in protection, believing in an honest
dollar, believing in (he upholding of the na
tional honor and integrity, is to defeat theso
very things by electing men who have always
opposed and fought them. Commercial Tri
bune. The United States is.tho greatest Free-Trade
country on earth. Considerably more.thau half
our imports come in free, and the Tariff is of
much less per capita here than it is in Free
Trade England
THE TARIFF ISSUE.
No argument is necessary to show the manu
facturers of the country on which side of this
question they should tako their stand. Any
thing that hurts tho .country's manufacturing
industries is bound to hurt the workingmun
also, so that tho Tariff issuo will be brought
home alike to capitalist and laborer.
With Protection as the dominant issue the
Republican party will win. Camden Post-Tolegram.
I SHnsflSBScBa VkSfiflT
WHEN THE MEN QO TO TOWN.
In the News Atnnrlcan Magazine Edna. Forber, writing
another Emma Mo Obeansy story, presents as ono o! her
characters Blanche LaHaye, the burlesque qucon, who
makes a good many comments on lite, as tor example,
the following:
" 'Say, men are all alike. What they see ia a diagy,
halMed, ignorant baaeh like us, I doa't.kaow. Batvthe
Minute a man goes to OlereUad, orJPlttsUiirgli or 'toast-
wktweea bhsIbms he'll hurts, barletqae show, nA
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Hi VICTROLAS
What wouldn't yqu give to be ablo to havo the world'a greatest singers
and musicians to sing and play (or you whenerer you wanted to hear theml
You can hoar them whenever and as often at you wish with a Victrola in your
home; and you can get ono of these wonderful instruments from
$75 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Trained t
Eyetf
Great Help to
be Able to
See Things
By F. E. O. CAKPENTIEU
T
;IE world it littered with failure caiised by eyes that could not
see opportunity at the door. The combination of the untrained
eye and the untrained mind ia a handicap thai; ties the world to
drudgery. It is the man whose eye eeet beneath the surface of
things who wins success.
Accurate observation is ono of the rarest arts in the -world. The un
disciplined eye jumps to conclusions that havo no reality in fact. The
mind is blinded and deceived by eyes that lie. It is a common occurrence
in court to have two honet witnesses differ diametrically upon easentiul
points of their testimony. Try to describe from memory your moat inti
mate friend so that a stranger could pick him out of a crowd and you
will discover how little you have been using your eyes. i
It ia the man or woman who sees things overlooked by others, things
to which others have been blind, who achieves success. It was because Watt
could see an enormous power of tremendous potentiality in the uteam which
lifted tho lid of tho bubbling tea kettle that wo have the steam engine of
today, and yet steam had been making noisy tea kettles for thousands of
years for unseeing eyes. And it is the same in all the great discoveries
that have changed this world from savagery to civilization. It is the art of
seeing with truincd eyes.
The boy or girl who sets out deliberately to train eye and the regis
tering mind to accurato observation lias taken the first great step in ml
self-education. They are giving themsclvea the beat equipment for the
battle of lifo and preparing themselves to welcome opportunity.
It was a young man who had trained himself to see under the surface
of things who made a fortune out of discarded tin cans in a western min
ing camp. Tho cans littered the streets and alleys where they had been
thrown by the hungry, careless miners. They wore kicked about and trod
den upon by hundreds of money-mad men daily, but he one day noticed
that one of the waste cans, partly submerged in the water that was pumped
from the mines, collected & thin coat of copper. He saw that thousands of
dollars', worth of copper in solution was going to waste iu the water that
poured from the mines. He saw that the tin cans caught this fleeing cop
per and precipitated it. In a few years lw was one of the nation's mining
magnatea.
Train the eye to see things as they are, to see things which the most
of us are overlooking as commonplace. Naturo is still holding back many
secrets the discovery of which may be as profound in- result upon civiliza
tion aa the advent of steam or electricity, and they are secrets that will
be yielded only to the trained eye and disciplined brain.
Children
Must
Exercise
Body and
Mind
ly WeMs JUtfr ewi, M. D., CMcho
Two things are requisite for the
healthy and happy growth and develop
ment of the children a playground and
a garden. Children need & place like an
empty barn in which they can swing and
amuse themselves in wet and wintry aa
well as in hot sultry weather, indulging
those gamee which are requisite for the
schooling alike of their muscles and
nerves.
Fashion has exerted a baleful influence
over the best feelings of tho mother, for
she has become willing to sacrifice tho
health and well-being of her children by
unsightly exposure of the arms and legs, which is often attended by the
moat serious, injury to the child. Merino undershirts should be worn
by the girls in winter ather, woolen stockings and heavy shoea.
Avoid guarding the neck and throat of boys and girls. By reason
of the proximity of the neck to the seat of circulation this very quickly
has the temperature unduly increased by an excess of covering, to relieve
which the articles surrounding tho neck are often suddenly removed.
Perspiration is then cheeked and throat diseases of course follow.
As the child advances in ago his desire for employment and amuse
ment will increase. Every proper opportunity, therefore, should be .given
for the due exercise of both body and mind, but neither should be too
fatigued. Care should be taken at this time to provide, such employment
or amusement aa shall exercise the arms as well as -the legs, "playing ball,
pitching horseehoet and tho like. After selecting proper games and cxer-
.cises for children constant care should be taken that none are indulged
in to excess. '
Every violent exertion it attended by a strain upon' tome one part
or other of the body.
In jumping from great heights, leaping over elevations, lifting great
weights, in fact, in every exertion of this kind the boy risks producing a
disability for lifo. It is by theso hazardous experiments, that ruptures
are so frequently produced. On this account the exerciaat of a well
regulated gymnasium become so valuable, aa the performance are grad
uated, beginning with the meet easy and progressively arriving at the
more difficult.
Name
of Much
More
Value
Than Gol4
Br Am4k( Waalataa. Jf.
ClaclMatl. Obla
In our mad scramble after tho almighty
dollar we forget that there ia something of
far mora value than gold, something which
some of our wealthiest and most influential
men do not poeeees, something that the
poorest man has a chance to have and some
thing which very few men can rightly lay
claim to. "What is that f you may ask.
No need to hesitate before replying. It it
a spotless reputation.
A person with good brains can amass a
fortune, a hypocrite con deceive persons
into believing him a taint and a person with
any sort of crit can gain tucces in a way, but it must be a person of tre
mendous will power who can withstand temptations and elude the many ,
pitfalls that lure the unsuspecting down tne patn 01 aestrucuon.
It is hard to keep in the straight road and lead a straight life In the
f face of temptations, but no battlo can be won without fighting.
Tho straight path Is not lined with beds of rosea. Neither it It lined
with drinking saloons.
Hardships must be met bravely? joy and sorrow often come hand in
hand.
What person need be afraid to face the wedd witk a eleaa .crd and
ap 3d name F Clothes matter Tory little. -They eW net atals the xbob.
.Courage aad honesty are far better jiniiiHiioiii too 49mm suit and a
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GJ-O TO THE:
Special price put on Dress Goods, Silks and Velvets; also
Corduroys.
See our 25c line,
We havo the all-wool sergos now so popular, in all shades 49c;
also tho two-toned whipcords at tho unheard of price U9c; others
ask 69c.
Beautiful Silks 39c and 59c.
Just in by today's Express, Ladies' and Children's Hats ot
many kinds.
Our Millinery Business has been larger than ever this aeaBon.
Its the right goods at tho right prices.
Ladies' Suits and Coats, give us a look and you will buy,
The best quality at lowor prices than anywhere.
Our Suits fit without alteration.
New York Store yf
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OF TODAY
are fully wre of lha vlua ot good dreulng i
huilnaii anet. They regard well made, perftct
flttlnic ttlru m much of an eiantlli the at.
tractive qualities of a weil kept ttore or office.
The only question li who It the tailor who can
make them the raoit atlifctery uarnJentif
There can be no question of doubt If you place
your order with us. Remember this It the only
store in thls'sectlon where you can buy Ed. V.
Price's mace to raeatuee clothe. See the new
browns we are showing for 118 to 123, they are
repeaters. .Itemember we revalr all our dry olean
work free ot oharge In a workmanlike manner.
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C. F. McNAMARA,
OPVB
OH Wait Front Street.
Mayavllle, Ky,
PURE LIQUORS
THE BEST WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN.THE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We' don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goodB of anyk'ni
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. KYJZ?.
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "SiSfe,
JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OP NEW
Iowa Timothy Seed!
Quality and
Price Right.
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat
J AND-
Chronic Diseases
urrit'B hocus
to 19 a. tu. 4 la p. su.
MUNDATH
My Appointment Only.
MISS TUHA TURNKK lis associated In the
offloe with Dr. Sraoot.
Ulss Turner Is a graduate nurse and has bad
several years hospital eiperlenoe la the use of
UATHB, MASSAGE and
ELECTRICITY
FOR THE TREATMENT OK
CHRONIC DISEASES,
And Is fully prepared (or the work. Any one de
siring her services will find her at Dr.Smoot's
offloe, where she can be oousulted between the
hours of 8 and Is a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m. Sundays
by appointment only.
'NK01TX SI.-
Wo Are Offerlnsr On Sate For Few
Dftja One Dollar Slro Dottleet
or Improved J
WAHOO
Compound Itlood and Nerve Tonlo tor
35c PER BOTTLEor
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for lthetiruatlatu. Dlood,
BiosBaan, ui?er anu uiuiicj irunuic.,
Do not lorgct ttteprloeSSo per bottle
or S for$l.
JOHN C. PEC0R
Drnggist Maysville, Ky.
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