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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20, 1913.'
THE HARTFORD HERALD
Simple, and Easily Gotthe
THE PATHETIC SIDE CAUGHT
The Woman's Sympathies
Very Quickly and the Rest
Was Quite Easy.
TII13 MAN DIDN'T COME HACK
In Second avenue, where one
never can tell what the next varia
tion of the familiar three-pea or
gold-lirlcfc game will be, they have
just discovered a new way of coax
ing dollars from the unsuspecting.
The newest trick took a week in
the working, and a small boy
known in the neighborhood played
the familiar role of go-between.
Tlie victims wero a generous-hearted
baker and his wife, who have a
bakery shop at Second nvenue and
Sixty-eighth street. They started
tut to give some cakes to a poor
lad who said his mother was sick
at home and hadn't any money, and
before they were through with the
transaction they had given the lad
$2." In addition, and are now hold
ing" an oil painting in the faint hope
that it will be called for. The
hope, however, Is diminishing.
The baker's wife was the first to
walk into tho trap laid by tho bun
ko man, who now has her $25,
while she has his oil painting,
worth less than one twentieth part
of what she paid for It. The small
boy who begged for the cakes
' brought the painting in last Mon
day. He said his sick mother
would be back next day to pay for
the cakes, and would the good ba
ker woman kindly keep the paint
ing until the mother should como
in? The baker woman agreed, and
furnished the boy all tho cake8 he
wished. She hung the painting be
hind the counter.
And then things began to hap
pen. A man came in who Insisted
that the oil painting was a master-
piece. He was so taken with t, In
' ) fact, that he insisted on buying it
' right off for ?25 In cash. But of
course, the baker woman could not
sell until slio could communicate
with the Httlo boy's mother. She
thought how tine ?2G would be to
the poor sick woman without any
funds, and so she sent for the boy.
Would his mother sell the painting
for $25? The boy said he would
run and see. Ho came back bear
ing a messago that tho sick mother
was willing, and also a large white
7 envelope In which the money could
be placed. The baker woman seal
ed up two ten-dollar bills and a five
in the envelope and patted the boy
on tho shoulder. Sho thought she
was doing a fine bit of service to a
poor neighbor. The hoy ran away,
and then the baker's wife told her
husband what she had done and
how a man would be back in an
hour or two to buy tho painting for
the sum sh0 had sent to the sick
Somehow the baker himself was
not Impressed. Ho went out to ln
t" quire after the boy, and was told by
neighbors that they had seen him
meet a man around tho corner from
the bakeshop, and had seen both
go away very rapidly after the boy
had handed the man a largo white
envelope. So far no purchasers
cannot properly masticate solid
foods and digestion is often
upset they do not receive the
needed nourishment to make
strength and preserve health, but
yl aged people everywhere could
only realize the t rang th-iut-toinlng
nouruhmmt In ySc,q(t'$
pmuhion they would take it after
It possesses the nourishing ele
ments of coM liver oil, the vital
powers of the bypophosphitet of
tlitne'and soda-and the curative
qUalitleadMycerine, all o perfectly
combined tpat nature immediately,
appropriates them tq criatt
ttnngthnourith thm organ and
' build tt& body. It relieves theuma
tiitn and ailments due-to dcclinls?
years. It adds tp,th.e jtpasjof )lUr.
j?a $ab4t;tutifor scorrs,
Scott & Bowif b. Bloomfietd. N. J. 12-63
have arrived for the oil painting.
The baker has found similar pieces
of art on salQ at $1 and less.
New York Times.
O M'KK McLUKE SAYS. O
Tho only thing that a s'rl Is
afraid of that wears a mustache Is
Every woman who morely pow
ders has her opinion about a wo
man who paints.
A dog's Idea of fun Is to chase
a cat, but a man's idea of a good
time is to chnse a chicken.
A woman likes to have her hus
band fall by the wayside so that she
can throw it up to him for tho next
When a woman buys a tie 'or
her husband she always selects
something that will scare the oth
er women away.
A little, skinny woman ' who
weighs 90 pounds can display more
energy than a husky giant who tips
the scales at 200.
Lots of women work so hard and
spend so much time bringing light
to the heathen that their own chil
dren remain In the dark.
A five-dollar bill looks like noth
ing when he tosscs It on a bar, but
It looks as big as a house when ho
has to hand it to his wife.
Just as I predicted, the pannier
skirt has been laid away for keeps.
Tho pannier meant more drapery,
and the girls won't stand for that.
One of the uplifts of life la to
hear a big, strong man telling lies
to his wife over the telephone so
that he can get to stay down town.
Speaking of ways and means, a
man always wonders how n fat wo
man manages to tuck her embon
point beneath a straight-front cor
set. When two women get real chum
my and lay their souls bare before
one another, It Is a slB'i that they
are goin; to be deadly enemies In a
When tho Initiative and Refer
endum Is In operation I am going
to get COO, 000 signatures to a pe
tition which will demand that the
Legislature make the eating of raw
onions a felony.
"It la a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
best cough medicino I have ever
used," writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell,
of Lavonla, Ga. "I havo used it
with all my children and the re
sults have been highly satisfacto
ry." For sale by all dealers. m
A Surprise Banquet.
A number of the friends of Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. TIchenor surprised
them recently with a banquet just
prior to their leave-taking for Flor
ida to make their future home.
All were delightfully entertained
by music and recitations by Miss
Mary Stewart, Mesdames John
Lalynger, Harry Monroe and Oscar
Those present wero: Misses dray
Shultz, Mnry Stewart, Ella McKln
ney, Dona Qulnn; Audry Dexter,
Clara Lloyd, Ellen Gorman, Audry
lhoads, Irene Rhoads, Carrie Mil
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Jim TIchenor,
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. King, Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson, of Morgantleld,
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. Latna Oldham, Mr. and Mrs.
Len Williams, Rev. and Mrs. J. N.
Jarnagln; Mesdames Herbert Rum
mage, Harry Monroe, Joe R. Wil
liams, S. P. Tnylor, Jno. Lalyngor,
Sam Gentry, Oscar Shultz, Dave
Rhoads, Jno. Pate, Mr. Romlo King
and Master Tuell Williams. Those
present of tho family were: Mr.
nnd Mrs. TIchenor, Margaret and
Artelia TIchenor, Altha and Mariet
ta being absent In Owensboro. We
disbanded regretting very much to
have them leave our town.
The boy's appetite is often tho
source of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite, tako Cham
berlain's Tablets. They not only
create a healthy appetite, but
strengthen the stomach and enablo
It to do Its work naturally. For
sale by all dealers. m
THE COLORS OF AUTUMN'
AS AT PRESENT HLEXDED
Gold the gold of a million corn
cribs groaning with tho harvest;
the gold of miles of stubble where
yesterday the stately grain waved
to each passing breeze.
Red tho red of orchards bending
with their loads f blc red apples;
the red of stately trees Illumined
by the flames of autumn.
Drown tho brown of the som
ber shadows softened by tho roseato
hues of Bumac and of hazel brush.
And then the green thp deop
rich green that tarries " deep amid
the verdure like a strong young man
baring hla breast to tho blast of
y More whiskey and beer are' being
consumed by -the; American people
'than ever boforej according to, tho
report of to .Internal Revenue De
partment for tho .last quarter.
Various Guesses As to Ap
pointments. SOUTH WILLJJEJJER SHARE
It Is Quite Likely That Bryan
Will Not Accept Cab
PIE HUNTERS AT THE COUNTER
Washington, Nov. 14. The re
turn of Democratic Senators and
Representatives is bringing out a
renewal of Cabinet discussion, al
though the talk still is wholly con
jectural, nothing having come from
President-elect Wilson to indicate
his line of action. Incoming Dom-
ocratic statesmen predict that In i
filling his Cabinet Mr. Wilson will
give one place to New York, anoth-
er to New England and a third to i
Ohio, or one of tho other States of!
the Middle West.
It Is the view In Congressional
circles that at least two of the seats
at the Cabinet table will be assign
ed to the South, that one will go to
the Pacific Coast and another to the
Stntes Immediately west of the
Mississippi, including Missouri, Io
wa, Kansas and Nebraska. With this
distribution there would bo left two
Cabinet offices that might be filled
I for reasons of peculiar fitness or ex
Senator O'Gorman'a name figures!
prominently In the talk of Cabinet
possibilities, nnd speculation would
assign him to the Department of
Justice. Thp availability of Wil
liam J. Dry an also is much discuss
ed for the Department of State or
for Attorney General, and one Dem
ocratic Senator has coupled Mr.
Uryan's name with tho Ambassa
dorship to London.
While the prevailing opinion
among Democrats now in Washing
ton is that the Nebraskan may be
tendered a C.iblnet position, opin
ion is divided as to his acceptance.
Mr. Rryan himself has declined to
discuss cabinet positions since
he haB been in Washington, and hag
laughingly put aside all efforts to
draw him into an expression as to
his own willingness to accept an
appointment should it be offered
Senator Gardner, of Maine; Con
gressman Rurleson, of Texas, and
Willis L. Moore, Chief of the
Weather Service, are all advanced
for the position of Secretary of Ag
riculture. Josephus Daniels, of
North Carolina, and William F. Mc
Combs, of New York, who were ac
tive leaders in Mr. Wilson's Cam
paign Committee, are also consider
ed In all gossip of possible Cabinet
Reports reaching Democratic
Congressmen and Senators now In
Washington are that Mr. Wilson Is
pursuing a policy of silence regard
ing his ministerial advisers; but It
ls claimed he has dropped some in
timations as to the policy he will
follow, namely, to recognize all sec
tions, and all elements, in an effort
to hnrmonlze the party, where that
can be done without sacrlllclng the
position taken In tli0 Baltimore
Washington, Nov. 14. A fore
runner of tho office-hunting deluge
which is expected later is being ex
perienced already by Democratic
Senators and members of the
House. Applicants have not begun
to arrive in person, but letters and
telegrams are coming by the hun
dreds. "I was fearful that we might not
And Democrats to fill the offices,
but I am being rapidly disillusion
ed," said Senator Goro, of Oklaho
ma, as with a sigh he laid down let
tergrams from two of hi8 best
friends applying for tho same place.
Up to date most of the nppllca-,
tlons are for Federal offices within
the various States, but some Inti
mations of a wish to serve the
country abroad or In the executive
departments in Washington havo
come to hand. Generally tho wri
ters confess a desire to get on file
early in order to forestall others.
Many early boomers for Mr. Wil
son have been discovered, while
others indicate undying nnd undi
vided loyalty to tho Congressmen
to whom their letters are address
ed. Many of th0 Democratic states
men are making provision for an
extended system of filing, and gen-
orally they faco tho outlook cheer
fully. There ar0 between 8,000 and 9,
000 Presidential post-offices, to say
nothing of the executive, diplomatic
and other Federal offices through
out the Federal service, , ,
Some Intimation is given of a
ueslre to revise the Civil Service
law In order to give the rank and
file of the party freer access to the
public employment, but the gener
al disposition appears to be to do
nothing in that lino at least until
tho more important places are ta
ken care of. '
Representative Johnson, of South
Cnrolina, author of the bill Intro
duced last Eesalon to fix a given
tenure of ofllce for Civil Service
emplojes. Is among those who
would not have the existing law
A COIWTKV Ml.MSTKIt
WHO IS I'ltOnitKSSIVE
A country minister In Holmes
county, Rev. Charles Marston, Is
demonstrating what a country'
church can mean to a rural com-l
munlty. This church Is located In ai
farming section and the congrega-'
tlon Is made up of farming people. '
Last winter Mr. Marston organized
a farmer's club, which held Its
meetings In the church during the
winter months. A lecture course is
another feature of the church ac
tivities. Last September n homo-
coming picnic and a rural life con
ference were held, attended by j
over 500 people. Church socials
aic held at various times through-,
out the year In order to get the
people together outside of religious
worship. In short, this church has
become a social center with a min
ister, who is alive to the needs of
hls people; n combination that
makes for a satisfied, progressive
and religious community.
"There could be no better medi
cino than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. My children were all sick
with whooping cough. One of them
was. in bed, had a high fever and
was coughing up blood. Our doc
tor gave them Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and the first dose eased
them, and three bottles cured
them," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson,
of Lexington, Miss. For salo by
all dealers. m
A perspicacious young man, pass
ing where an old colored man was
busy setting lire to the dead grass
In a meadow, accosted him thus:
"Don't do that, Uncle Eb, don't
"Why so, sah, why so?"
"You will make that meadow as
black as you are."
"Never mind dat, Eah, never
mind dat! Dat graBS will all grow
ont nn be as green as you is!"
Well, anyway, If a girl doesn't
giggle before she gets married
there Is no danger of her ever be
coming a glggler.
Reware of barkless dogs and
DO YOU ENJOY EATING
Or Does Everything You Eat
Experts declare that tho reason
Etomach disorders are so common in
this country ls due to hasty and
careless habits of eating. Stomach
troubles and run-down conditions also
usually go together.
John Llnd, of Onconta, N. Y., says:
"I have been troubled with a bad
stomach trouble for fifteen years, and
became so weak that I could hardly
walk or do any work. My appetlto
was very poor, and It seemed Impos
sible to get any relief. Since taking
two bottles of Vlnol I find that it has
already made a remarkable Improve
ment in my health; my digestion Is
much stronger, and I have gained la
Vlnol makes weak stomachs strong
because It strengthens and tones up
tho weakened, tired and overtaxed
nerves of the digestive organs. Vlnol
Is easily assimilated by the weakest
stomachs, and is delicious to tho taste.
Try a bottle of Vlnol with the
understanding that your money will
be returned if It doca Dot help you.
For Salo by James li. Uun..i,
Druggist, Hartford, Ky.
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MUWkY W 1V' fl
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We tell vou how. and oav best market
prtecs. We are dealers: established
in 1R.71: andean do BUTTER for vou
than agents or commission mer
chants, References nny bank in Lou
isville. Write for vreeVIy price list.
M. SABEL & SONS
1-39-31 6 33 E. Uirktl SL LOUISVILLE. KY.
Oeslers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL.
930.00 TO 0100.00 A MONTH
Tor your spare time Experience not need
ed. Want an active man In this locality.
To Introduce ua to your friends. We pay
largest cash benefits when sick, Injured,
and at death, for smallest coat. Froe-In-urancn
and Cosh-Bonus offer to first ap
plicant from this place. Write quick tor
THE I-L-U d35. Covlntfton. Ky.
FOLEY KIDNEY PHI?
fOR BACKACHE KIDNEYS AN0 DLAJLli
"Cardui Cured Me"
For nearly len years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jfn'-s
of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. Site
says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I
could not sleep. I couldn't eat. I had pains all over. The
doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so
many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui
saved my life! Now, I can do anything."
If you are weak, tired, worn-out, or suffer from any of
the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache,
backache, dragging-down feelings, pains in arm, side, hip
or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you
should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from per
fectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best
remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good.
It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects.
Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui.
Writ! to: Ladies' AdUsory Dcpt., Chattanoosa Medicine Co. Chattanooga. Tenn..
for Special Inttmctlont, and C4-pae book,
To do any kind of Velerintsrj
At oik. Hordes, Mules nnd Cow
need not die for want of intention
Culls answered day orn lulit.
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Hartford, - Kentucky.
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TIN WOIIK and FU'ECAPS
Pump and Furniture Impairing
Solderiiifr and y.nv Filinjr, Hug
fry Tops Covered and Lined.
You'll lind liini in the Dr. John
Mitchell office on Main Street.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
i ! 1 1 ! ! $ I ? J
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Incorporated. Heaver Darn, Ky.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
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If you want clothes of any
kiiic' cleanetl, call on the
Karlford Pressing Club. We
can clean any kind of clothes
you have and guarantee that
they will be satisfactory if
not, nothing will be charged.
We are ready to clean your
clothes for spring. We also
have a new line of late sam
ples and we guarantee a per
fect fit. Call on us when in
need of work in our line.
Hartford Pressing Club
Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
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Barnfs & Smith
Attorneys At Law
HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY.
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rnll Mti.ttl) ttttfiit in It pr.ii tli OttltfA
In tlartlimt IW'puhlti an InilUlliirc Itutt
J. M. PORTER,
Attorney at Law.
BEAV2H DA3I, KY.
Will practice hi- p'Ot-mton it omn anil t
olninx countle BprcMI etieutloo ul.eniov
btulner'entniFted to hit cute.
FRANK L. FELIX,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice hla profession In Ohio and id.
jIuIiir counties snd In the Court cf AppetU
Criminal practice anil Collection a apeclaltT.
Office In the Herald bnlldluie
Otto C. riartin
Attorney at Liwv
Ofllce up stalls mcr Wilson &
Croup, opposite court house. Will
practice his piofcsslou in nil the
courts of this anil adjoining coun
ties nnd Coutt of Appeals. Commer
cial nnd ciiminal practice a spec
Clttnvrf and btauUTitf the hals.
lrom(iUl a lnxuriinl rrovth
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Hair to us Youthful Color.
lYeTints hn r fitllnc
,r nnii ' tiowt prcgHtii
a li us a ring, c
diamond, a watch,
6 jewelry or aiher-
f nnic, juu vm K-- llc"
tl. hrt mt.ilitv at Lvcf
Ji the lowest prices 12-,
7$ irom im JSaaKS
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