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EPfl WILEY says that whllo ha Is wIIIIbr
to be convinced, no woman who stumps
the country for a presidential candidate can
Never judge a woman's wealth by tho elee
of her pockctbook.
A smart husband can make his wife do any
thins she wants to do.
St. Loula Capitalists have purchased the
i'arls Gib and Electric phots.
The best Insurance risk in tho world Is a
man who has been married for his money.
There are only two kinds of fools In (he
wcrld. Ono U woman and tho other Is man.
When a girl doesnt want you to spend your
money on her you mlfiht as well order the
furniture for tho horce.
Nearly every posse organised to apprehend
a criminal winds up In a field wbero it dislodges
a rabbit from a corn shock.
Poor old Columbus was a cheap piker com
pared with the young mother who has just
discovered luby'a first tooth.
A small fortune is belter than a large
experience in tbo culinary department if a
girl his matrimonial aspirations.
A London millinery expert epeaks of "amus
in. bats," but dear old father frtili to ecu any
thing amusing io the bills for swii
Tbo Cleveland aothor who otTera $1 to any
body who will road bis book will Imrn that
some people will do anything for mntiry.
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Mjr General Robert Maitland O'Reilly,
former Surgeon General of the United State
' Army and personal physician of President
v Clevol&nd, died in Washington.
A broDio'.tablot in memory of tie men
ypi"' heroio musicians who vient down with tie
Titanic playing ' Noarer. My GoJ, In Thie '
was nnvelled in New York Sir day.
Will Proposo That Minor Magnates
Adopt Strict Salary Limit
When the National Association of Profes
sional Baseball Leagues tncot' at Milwaukee
on November 12th William Neal, lVfsidci.t of
the Blaegrass Losgue, will propose that the
magnates of the minor fratornity adopt a
strict salary limit agreement, with a maximum
salary for any pluyer, except a manager, in
the various classifications
Ho proposes that the association employ
traveling auditors to visit various cities and ex
amine the payrolls, and wherever a player is
discovered to be getting over the limit, make
blm a free agent.
President Neal also will oppose President
M. H. Sexton 'd proposal to tax the draft
moneys passing through tha hands of the
Association Secretary In order to defray the
expenses of maintaining offices. "The aisess
moat should bo raised, if necessary, but taxing
tha draft money would be unfair to tho
leagues with desirable playors, who would pay
more than their proportion of the oxponse,"
The National Association magnates havo
been informoj In a circular letter from head
quarters Ihit thoy must agreo on all'clauees
of the proposed new national agreomont, which
will be submitted to the National Commission
for ratification before March 1st, 1913.
QREAT MASS OF PROOF
REPORTS SOF 30,000 CASES OF I KIDNEY
TROUBLE. SOME OF THEM :iN
Each of some 0,000 ncwrpapera of the
United States Is publishing from week to
wVek, names of people In its particular
neighborhood, who had used and recommended
Doan'd Kidney Pills for kldaey backache, weak
kldoejy, bladder troubles and urinary dis
order. This mass of proof Includes over 33,
000 .testimonial j. Maysvillo is no exception.
Hee la one of tbo Uaysvllle cases.
Mrs, John Walllngford, 103 Commerce
street, Uaysvllle, Ky., says: "I am glad to
confirm tbo testimonial I gave In 1900, recom
mending Doan's Kidney I'llle. Several of my
neighbors hve been cured of kidney trouble
bj tbls remedy, and a member of my family
was alio cured of a serious case of kidney
complaint by its use, after other medicine bat
failed. Every once In a wbilo I get a box of
'Join' Kidney Pills at J.J.Wood - Son's Drug
Store, and use them. In tbls way 1 keep my
kidneys in proper working order and ward off
any kidney troubles.
"'Torial by all dealers. Price CO centf,
Foster-Ullbara Co., Buffalo, Nov York, sole
sweats for tha United States
,JUMta tk nana Doaa'i and take
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Don't fail to vote for William H. Taft today and
thus favor the continuance of the prosperous times
the country is now enjoying.
"CHAMBERS OF HOR
When Workmen's Home3 Were
Made Barren of Comfort
by Free-Trado Tariff
With a view of deriding the Republican
policy of Protection of homo industry, Demo
cratic loaders Lave arranged in New York an
exposition mistakenly called the "Tariff
Chamber of Horroa." But Instenl of hold
ing tha Republican part; up to ridicule, or
nsailipg tha Protective Tariff, tho Demo
cratic jnaaagera of tho exposition havo brooght
to tho attention of tbo American voters a
convlsclng argument for tho continuance of
The exhibit conMMa chiefly of a model
American homo a model in that it repreaonte
the faruishinga and appointments of the homo
of tho averago American worldngman. The
various articles of furniture and household
use are tagged, supposedly to show tbo coat
added to each by tho Protective Tariff. Card
board signs show what Is represented to be the
loer coat of these Amerlcsn-madeartlcloi in
European markets. The amount of duty on
the various materials composing the household
articles Is rrudo the basis ot orroneoua calcula
tion as to the tax of tha Tariff. Thejwbob
Is mlstakonly construed as an argument for
But tho Democrats have erred Tho typical
American home Is the strongest kind of argu
ment for the Protective Tariff. Not even our
great induitriea are as representative of the
benefits of Protection as In the American horn'.
Contrast the home of the American working,
man with that of the laborer in Froo-Trade
England. In furnishings and appointments
the American home !s greatly superior. The
higher wage scale of Uoitod States, a conse
quence of tho Protective Tariff, has given tho
American worklngman luxuries as well as
necessities for his home. The wage scale of
England will not permit the laboring classes
to furnish tkeir homes io coaapletely and con
veniently, 'rB thoBgb tie cost o!
, ' S2S-;y w SH
-S3Slfl &$M$? &ty79''
6 Mmt. .of 7J Jt.
PC tis? ja
Matinee. TrtUv. 2 In 4 10 p in.
Election Iteturui by special wire
BRONCHO BILLY'S LAST HOLD-UP
Featuring O M. Aiderton
A DISAPPOINTED MAMMA
LONELINESS OF THE HILLS
Prizes to bo given away next Trlday
night, l'lrit prize ih, sicondfZ&O
American products h reduced in English
American workingmjn who remember
Democratic rule of 18J2 to 189C may cud
trast the buren homes of Democratic misrule
with tho eplondidly furnished homo of today.
To which does the torci "Chamber of Horrors"
moro appropriately applj?
Arizona, which hads the list of coppor
producing states, last year mado its greatest
output in tho history of the country.
2,350 Bushols of Whoat on 40 Acres
C. L. Wilcox, IItIdr fire miles from ItilllcKs,
Uoctans, U claltniDR tho chimplonsliip wheat
yield of thd present Beason la tint etato. Ho
threfhsd 2,350 bmhels of Inrd winter heat
from forty ocref. Tho top-notch prtco of the
toisoo, 70 cent?, was palJ for It by a milling
concern at ItillinRP.
Harvey Thoren, a newspaper re
porter ol Ukinli, Cul., fluiuhed a walk
across tho continent Thursday,
Counterfeiting in this country ma
terially decreased in the fiscal year
1912, according to Ohio! SVilkie of the
I're8ent quotations on new United
Gigar Btoros common stock nro equiva
lent to about $345 a share for tho old
Btock, including rights. Xhii is 50
points higher than the old stock over
is exporting American safoty
Tborr'a many a slip between the paddock and
tho Jude'.H Ktand.
Tin American people aro privileged to go
crezy onco overy four jeara
Kaleteur falls in British Columbia have a fall
of 711 feet, and will dertlop thousands of
electrical horse power.
The Ciovernmont mint at Denvor Is operated
entlroly by dee'ric power, motors totaling
threo hundred bono power being used.
Number 271,000 Whilo 1,364,247
Persons Aro Employed
According Io French statistics recontly com
piled thorn are at present soma 271,000 post
offices In tha world spreading over ninety-seven
state?, and covoriog an oroa of over 30,000,-
OOOrquire miles. Tho United States has the
l!reatst number, 03,003; (lermany comes
second, with 49,833 oflicr-a, nnd tha United
Kingdom of (ireat L'rithn and Ireland third
with 23 733 otlices. Uuisla has 18,000,France
13,000 nrdlta'y and Austria havo oacb about
0 500 o(Hch. It eoems that tha average dally
postal busino3 of tno woild amounts to some
110.000,000 mill pieces of ail sorts, repre
sented on tho estimated valuo of the contents
of regiiterod letters a cum ot $03,000,000.
Tao number of tbo worM'd postal officials Is
Klven InPrecch statistics as l,3Gl,217,to which
Germany furnbjlios tha greater number, 311,
2i'l. Thera aro silJ ti bo 757,893 mall
boxes in tbo world.
There la mn;o Catarrh In (till teotlon ot tbe
oountrytlmn Mil other dlicaica put together, aud
until tho luit fow yeara waiauppotcdtobolncur.
ablo. Forikrout many yeuradootori pronounced
It ulocaldUeaaonnd prctorlbod loool remedlei,
and by oonitanUyfatllag to cure with looal treat,
mont, pronotiucud It Incurable. Solenoe baa
proven catarrh to bo aoonitltutlonaldlieaie and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V, J.CheuoyA
Co. ,Toledo, O. , la the only constitutional oure on
th market. It la taken Internally In doiea from
tO.lropi to a teaipooof ul. U acts directly on tha
bloodaudmuoouaiurfacaa bf tbo ayatem. Tbay
offerona hundred dollars for any oate It (alia to
oure. Sand for olroulara and teitlmonlala, Ad
dreu, P. J. OIIKNEYk CO., Tolado.O.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
MATINEE and NIGHT ONLY
THE BRIDAL ROOM-IYIP
Fi'titurlng KI"K ItaKKot.
LOVE AND A LEMON-NESTOR
I'eopltj's Favtrlte, the I'lttlmu
CHOICE BY ACCIDENT
A coupon with each ticket. It may
Kt)ouW. Try It.
Dr. P. G.
Eye, Oar, Nose,
! to 12 H. ill. I III U l. III.
y .liioliitiiieiit Only.
MISS TL'RA ITRNKUItJ nsoclatetJ In the
olllceultti Dr. Smonl.
Mils 'I timer Is a graduate uursp anil hits had
several jenr hoipltal experience In the me of
1IATIIS, MASSAGE And
FOR Tilt: TRCATMFNTOK
And Ii fuily prep ired for the work. Any ono de-
sl'lnit her serIre will flnil her at Dr Smoot'
ofltu" uheru she can bo consulted between the
hoursnf H anil U a. in and t to 4 p. m. .Sm.iltijs
Wo Arc OITcriiii; On Sato For a Few
I)i)8 Ono DoIIhv Sio ltottloa
Cnmpnuml Wood and Nerve Tonic fti
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for KhiMimntlsui, Rlond,
Stoinnch, l;iernnil Kidney Troublm.
Do not lorfret llictirlee :15c per bottle
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
17 Bust Second St.,
Tin: i.i:uoi:i: toads in
nil, mid U the fnvorito ;iapr
nf Iho u)iln.
Big Purchase Sale!
Daily the crowds increase as the news of the unprecedented
values is heralded over Mason county and thousands have already
taken advantage and bought their supply of
Follow the crowds tomorrow, as the following values will, with
out a doubt, eclipse all previous records:
Ladies' New Fall Footwear in all leath
ers and this fall's newest styles; button
and lace; $2.50 values, $1.1D.
Misses' Fine Fall Footwear in all
leathers, regular and extra hi-cut Trooper
Boots; $2.50 values, 1.19.
Misses' and Children's excellent
school shoes, lace or button; in Gun
Metal or Vici; $2 values, 99c.
Children's Vici Kid and Tan button
and lace, with wedge heel; sizes 3 to 6;
85c values, 19c.
Ladies' Extra High Trooper Boots in
Tan, Velvet, Gun Metal and Patent;
I DAN COHEN
Will Buy a Barrel of ALPHA FLOUR. Flour Will be.
Higher. Good for Only This Week.
M. C. RUSSELL CO.'
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION. CO.
Now Located at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Maysville. Ky. -
la now ready for bu'infsa, with n corps ol efficient architects,
cu'mcrrc, etc., with competent workmenship. beat ot materials,
and will contract to build from the very smallest to the greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Manager.
7z '' f ,nt Mica-
While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COLD
WEATHER. Strikes at the mines
will make the supply short and high
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McDaniel $ Co.
PLVM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY.
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INtfNE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We' don'
, handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kiL
i whatever. ' If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
i saving means anything to you, we Bhould have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. KSBMSS
;0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. MflScEkv
every size, every width; special $4
values, wonderful values at $2.49.
Men's High-Grade Shoes in Tan, Gun
Metal, Patent, made in this season's
newest models, including the new raised
toe and the low receding English style;
$4 values, $2.49.
Boys' New Fall Styles in all leathers;
$2.50 values, $1.49.
Boys', Youths'; Little Gents Box
Calf and Satin Shoes, $2 values, 99c.
Just Received A new lot of Chil
dren's and Misses' Jockey Boots in
Patent Leathers and Gun Metal.
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas 'York a Specialty.
Handle Only the Bcstof material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas titovea
and Ranges, All Sizes o( Sewer Pipe,