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WILLAIM H. TAFT.
William II. Taft will return iu a short timo
" L-to Cincinnati and liecomo a neighbor of us
f KorituckinnB. The only regret on this side of
tho Ohio will bo that ho will "sottlo down"
for presumably he is through with politics for
Tgood and all upon the other siduof tho river.
'Kentucky would bo glad to have him as ouo
of its distinguished citizens.
President Tat't, although one of the worst
v dofeatod Presidents in hibtory,is not an uupopu-
' lar man. As a Kcpublicau ho could not have
" proved loyal to his party and veered widely
from the course he pursued. The public had
about forgotten the Ballinger-Pinchot aiFair
when the recent campaign began, and it was
"not mentioned during the campaign, at least
by any speaker whoso voice carried beyoud
his immediato audience. It was upon tho issuo
of tariff revision that the President was doom
ed to defeat, and would have met defeat even
if tho fight had not been a three-cornered one,
tho President lighting at a disadvantage with
the knife of a former friend under the fifili
rib.
President Taft's swan song is that of a sane,
sensible, temperate man whose philosophy of
v life is too optimistic to be leversed by le
verses at the polls, aud whose sincerity of
purposo was never questioned even when
the position he occupied as a party leader
forced him into unpopular attitudes. Louis-
villo Courier-Journal.
WILSON DREAMING IN HIS TENT.
'Neath tho shades of tho palm trees of Ber-
niuda, with tho soft, caressing brce.as playing
"" u"s head and Hipping the pages of tho
'jsting on his knee, what dreams, nifty
to Woodrow Wilson! Far from tho
4ing crowd, far from tlje office seekers and
trouble-makers, what visions of powei or
i peaco may come to him!
To be radical or couseivative; that is tho
question that may present itself to tho languid
President-elect as the iui7.M fan his brow.
Whother 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer tho
slings and arrows of William Jennings Bryan,
' or take arms against a sea of troubles, aud by
opposing,' end thorn. To run again at the end
"of., four years; to run; perchance to fall. Ay,
"s the rub!
ill there come to tho reclining; hero the
o of Hamlet in a sea of doubt, or rather
if Alexandoi seoking new world's to con
,: Shall he take to the field or stick to
F"-'the cloister? Shall ho in tho next four years,
bo leader or led?
Dolce far uiente? Ah, yes, 'tis sweet to do
-nothing when one has nothing to do. But
when one, like the victor of tho recent battle,
has a world of indecision to explore, the doing
,of nothing is turned into tho task of 11 Titan.
Pitythe struggling conqueror in his lonely re
troat! Endless counsol has boon offered to
him, but 'in tho end ho must turn to the wild
.waves to hoar what they ixva saiug. It is said
. una invitod William Jonnings Bryan
.,tor 'meet him iu the still-vexed Bormoothes.
"Perhaps that is tho bo3t way out of it. Lot
them meet on the sands (it dawn aud let them
there, with none but tho waves as witness,
match their souls aud wits, and determine
which is tho master, which man. Ono or tho
othcor is to run tho White House for tho next
four year. What do tuo wild waves eay?
.Washington Tost.
High pricos for ront, fufilvfuill Tdod would
nmko "Everybody's doing Us" an appropriate
title for a new song.
One of tho latest discovories of thosyuthotic
chomists is how to make ivory out of milk.
Will scionco knock tho olephant out of a job
too?
Tact is a combination of good temper, ready
wit, quickness of perception aud ability to tako
in tho exigency of tho occasion instantly. It
is nover offensive, but is a balm allaying sus
picion and soothing. It is appreciated. It is
plausible without being dishonest, apparently
consults thewelfare of tho second partyaud 'oes
not manifest any selfishness. It is never anta
gonistic, uovor strokes the hair the wioug way.
aud uover irritates. Tact, like a fine mauuer,
eases tho way, takes tho jar out of the jolts,
oils tho bearings, opens dooiv, baned to others,
sits iu tho drawing room when others must
wait in tho recoption hall, gets into piivato
offices when others are turned down. It admits
you into exclusive circles, where wealth
abounds, even though poor. It s'ccuics tho
position when moiit is turned away.' Tact is
a great manager. It easily controls people,
oven when combined with small ability, when
genius cannot got along. Leslio's Weekly.
New Victor Records Novirber.
You can hear them. Slop In any time. We're m glad to j.lny 4tiem you'll be to hear them.
A few uf iheto now ideations :
n.vg I niuoletlo Quartette Kryl'i HoliemUu Hand
jo.o ,Trovatnre-"iIonn to Our Mountain!." Veiielln'i ttilUti Hand.
tfW78 Sonei My Mother Taught Me. t.uoy Itabella Mnrili.
71X82 Merrv Comiteii Valt7-Vlc'or Herbert'! Orcheitra.
..... I The Million Dollar llill-llllly Murrnv.
l,lu I When I Get Yon Alone Tonluht-Walter Van llrnnt.
..... I Kvervhody Two-stup American Quartet,
17,71 llu-Jy lloy-Colllnallarlan.
And large mlcotlon of other Itrcords.
Records, 60c to $7. Victrolns, SI 5 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Reflections of a gachelor.
Flattery wins the world.
Tho only real democracy is the democracy
of misery.
The overlastiug problenuof life is how not
to have any problems.
It is better to sing through your nose than
to have somebody else do it.
Tho way a woman knows hot clothes nro sen
sible is they make men senseless.
It's much better to start anything with a
little common sense than a lot of wisdom.
A man thinks ho ha& a natural gift for
farming if he knows a load of hay from a ton
of coal.
A stout woman is porfectly willing to admit
she has not lost much if tho gain was nine
pounds.
If folk weren't so busy loving themselves
they'd find ever so much more to love iu othor
people.
A woman is a lot more afraid of her hus
band catching a cold in the ho.ul than of hor
sclf catching pneumonia.
What a girl likes about having her older
sister engaged is how she can borrow her fancy
stockings without tolling her. New York
Pres?.
A candidate who cares very little for spell
ing declares his determination to chase his
foxy opponent to his "liar." This is hard on
the other fellow's campaign manager. Dallas
News.
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THE BUSINESS MEN
OF TODAY
are fully awaro of (he value of go id dressing at a
business asset. They ri'gard null made, perfect
OttliU attire as much of an essential as tte at
tractive qualities ot a weil kept stord pr olllco.
The only question Is n ho Is the tailor who can
inike them the most satlsfactcry garments
There can ho tin question of doubt If on place
y.iur order with u. Remember this Is the only
Hurts In this suction where you can buy lid. V.
Price's ma e to ineasuce clotln'S. See tho new
browns its aro showlug for $18 to 122, they are
repeaters. Kemembt'r we mtialr nil our dry clean
work free of charge lu a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
OK West Front Street. Mnyavlllo, Ily.
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Mexican earthquake kilted 1,200
ami not 100 as at drat reported.
President Taft will tako LiiaTunnka
giving dinner nt the White House.
Itfpresciitative Oy;nr Underwood
has purchased the former residence of
Maj. Aiehibald Butt at Washington.
William M. Fiuk, nn American, is
held for fo.OOO ransom by the Mexican
lebel hands that captured Santa
Kultlic.
l'rof. L. U. Hall, of the University
of Illinois, an nnti-saloon worker,
was arrested on
perjury.
a warrant charging
More than 100,000,000 bushels of
wheat were sent abroad during the
past ten mouths, as against S'.t.OOO,
000 all of last year.
Thrci subsidiaiy lines of the New
York Central were indicted on charges
of rtluting J(0,000 to the O'Gara Coal
Company in Chicago,
No iffirt will be made to Jronvert
the IVogres-ivoa in (lie Penato into a
s urate patty orgnni. lliou, according
to Senator Ilii low, of K-tusas.
"Gharger," President jMcKinley's
favoriatc saddle horse, becimo entan
gled in a wire fence at Now Philadel
phia, O., and strangled to death.
John Wcodyard, n C, it 0. bridgo
collector at Covington, was run down
by an auto at midnight Thursday
night aud died a few minutes later.
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Where Qunllty nd Class Itcli'ii Suprune
TODAY.
PATHE WEEKLY NO, 43
of Current I'.enti.
TOMMY'S SISTER
An excellent Vltacrsph Drama.
BUSTER AND THE GYPSIES
Kap'iii lirainu.
Cat ly Friday ululil nt 1 he Gem.
"Git beet."
MUSIC BY DOUBLE H MUSICAL TEAM
QE:
oris
Ileauly U not akio deep only, If its of tbe
character.
Amiability never can C3st moro than an ef
fort, and Its rewards are always ample.
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DO YOU It
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
EAKLY.
PRESIDENT'S THANKSGIVING
TURKEY
WKsTHiti.EV, It. I., November 22tl.
The final touches are being put on
President Taft'a Thanksgiving turkey
at the farm of Horace Vose here this
week. For many years Vose has do
nate 1 a bird every November to tbe
White House table. The Taft turkey
will weigh about HO pounds and is
chestnut fed.
LEST YOU FORGET
Tbe postal authorities require
papers snnt through tho mailn to
be paid for la sdvanae before
thoj are eligible to tbe mall ns
second-class matter.
If yonr Public Leqer stops,
remember tbe cause.
An indictnint returned by a special
grand jury at Springfield, 0 charges SELECT P. M.'S BY PRIMARIES
Pr. Arthur H. Smith, a prominent
physician, with poisoning his wife.
The Amor'can Federation of Labor
voted to ask nflilMted unions to raise
money for tho defense of alleged
dynamiters on trial at Indiauapoli?, '
Democratic Senators and Represen
tatives propose to select Postmasters
At party primaries. Representative
Hen Humphreys of Mississippi and
Jack Heal of Texas favor the method
and have already announced that in
making iccommeudatious for the ap
President Taft has commuted the I pointments of Postmasters in their
four-year senteuco of Ivan McClnrty
of Columbus, O , to expire at once.
McOlarty is 15 years old and was sent
districts they will ask the people in
every community corcerncd to indi
cate their choico in a primary. It is
to the Hoys' Industrial School at Lan- their purpose to limit such primaries
caster for breaking into two Postofliccs
in Ohio.
to regularly
voters.
carolled Democratic
Judging From the Ambunt of
BLANKET:
AND
COMFORTS
Wo linvo soltl no fitr tills Reason, wo must bo rIvIiik tho
tho ciiRtnmrrs eptrndld valued or tlioy would not 1'nvor
us with their vnlimljlo patronrtKO. TIiobo that have not
liDiitlht make money hy tuivlng of uh.
SPECIALS
Jtaby Crib niankrta, 40c.
Whltn ntid Oroy Blankets, 10c.
Full Flzn Blankets, KOo.
UtHt $1 Blanket and Comfort In tho country.
All Wool Blankets very cheap,
JIl Silkollno Coml'ortH, $1.1)8.
IiADIKS1, GKNXS', CHUiDUKN'S, UNDKKWlJAIi ljadlcs'
Best -fo Underwear in the town; sco them. Best -5o Union Hulls
Tor children inado. Men's hoavy ilecced UUc; no seconds. Ija dies'
mid Children's Sweaters cheap.
DUKSS GOODS Wo sold moro scraps tho past month than
Inst sPAsiiii. All-wool 8ereH 4f)c. Screes aro all tho ao you know.
IiADIKS' and GHIIjimUN'S COAXS-lt is now known that you
pt tin best valuoH hero.
NEW YORK STORE s- 'ISSSL
-PM3HE 571.
Investment SECURITIES
SAFE AND SANE.
First Mortgage. Land Notes, yielding 0 and 7 per cent.
A safe employment Tor your money.
PRANK H. CLARKE, First National Bank Building.
IR.03ST-
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
AT THE
OLD PKICE8.
DIIDP Rubbed Sagea Black
and Red Pepper.
Hog killing time will soon be here and we can furnish
you with some of the freshest and best Spices that ever grew,
and they'll cost you no more than the inferior kind. Rubbed
Sage, Cayenne Pepper, Black Pepper, Cloves, Cinnamon.
Also BORAX, SALTPETER, Etc.
Thos. J. Chenoweth, SS?
Maysville, Ky. SSSK THE 3? SJORE.
PALACE
HOTEL
Cor. Sixth Avenue
and Vine Street,
CINCINNATI,OHIO.
American Plan. European Plan.
1 '
In an argument tho man who talka tho
loudest has tho least faith in what
he aays.
If you muat manipulate figures, it is more
lucrative to be a coreetlero than a mathematician.
The Rev. Irl Micks' 1913 Almanac
Tbo Kev Irl IUIicks" Almanac for 1913 is
now ready. It is the moat splendid number of
this popular year book ovor printed. Its value
has been more than ever proven by remarkable
fulfillments of its storm, weather and earth
quake forecast this yoar. Prof. Hicks justly
merits tho confidence and support it all the
people. Don't fail to send 35 cents for bis
1913 Almanac, or only one dollar for his
splendid Ungazine and Almanac f r one year.
The best one dollar Investment possible In any
homo or business. Send to Word and Works
Publishing Company, 3,101 Franklin avenue,
St Liuii. Mo. adv.
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DAILY NOVKLETTE,
Louiivllle Timet,
Tbo west wind howled indecently in tbe naked branchos,
but they board it not, (or they were in tbo Bwiflloworth
parlor, and tbo plato glass windows woro down.
"I admit that there is a certain fascination about your
stickpins," she said, "but I cannot marry you. There
are reasons."
'Namo them!" he cried, and it was beautiful to see
tbe way bis square jaw set and bis No, 40 chest expauded.
'Father hates you."
''I'll ruin his business nnd bring him tu terms."
"Mother despises you."
"I'll come out or woman suffrage,"
"You hare a terribly shady past."
"We'll surround the houso with shado trees."
"And besides, I. was raarriod to Jack Dillencoo last
Vednoiday," . ' v
For moaaent he was quite at a loss (or a reply.
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See that you get it!
55 Have your
POSTUM
dark and rich.
Then with some good cream, and
sugar to taste, you'll nave a palatable,
nourishing beverage with none of tho
headaches and nervousness you may be
getting from tea and coffee. (
Thousands of former tea and coffee
drinkers now use Postum and enjoy
freedom from the effects of caffeine, the
drug in tea and coffee.
" There s a Reason "
ss Read letter to right.
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Even the "man of gold" needs L
poliah before he can ehioa in society
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MARY LOUISE CROSBY
GRADUATE NURSE,
-TEt.npM.ONi;-
L.C. CROSBY'S RESIDENCE
Washington Central.
G. M. WILLIAMS
DENTISTJ
First National Bank, Fourtji Floor"
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Sterling Silver
AND
Silver Plated Ware
Call nnd we will be
pleased to show you
our newest and cx
olusiro patterns. As
silver is likely to go
higher in price, tho
best time to buy is
now ::::::
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JEWELERS. fy
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Pottua Cereal Co, Ltd, Battle Geek, Mich.
HANG ON
Coffea Toper m Dad a Other.
"A friend of our family who lived with us for 5 time
was a (treat colToo drinker aud a continual kuflurer with
dyspepsia and ncrvou.npia. Ho admitted that coffeo
diMiL'recd with lilin, but you know bow tbo colU-e
drinker will bold ou to bis totlco, even If bo knows it
causes troublo, ,
"One day bo Bald to mo that Postum bad been recom
mended and suirccsted that bo would llko very much to
try It. I securod a packat'oaud mado It strictly accord,
lug to directions.
"Ho ws dollRbtcd with tho new bavcrapo, s was
ovory ono ot our family. Ilo bucuma vory fond of It
and In a short tltno bis stomach troublo and nervous,
ness disappeared. Ilo continued using tbo l'otum and
In about throe months ealuod twelve pounds.
"My butband Is a practising physician and regards
Tostum a tbo healthiest ot all beverages, ilo never
'drinks corToe, but Is very fond ot 1'ottum. In faot,
all ot our family aro, aud wo novor think or dxlnklns
coffoo auy more."
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Compound Itlooit and Ncrvo Tonic Ibr
35c;PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $f
A remedy for ltliciimatUm, nioofj
Mtomaon, liiver mui money Trouble!
Do not InrKct tliojirlco BSopor bottll
or a lur m.
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Druggist Maysvllle, K
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