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BOOSEVELT
ON THE STAND
IBefore Senate Investigat
ing: Committee.
Pc-m-na and Ka-tar-no
Declares He Wanted no Contribu
tions From the Interests and
Produces Letter as Proof.
I
5. B. Human, M.O,
I have received
a letter from a
yountr lady, who
n. Us mo: "la
the old Pe-ru-na
(Ka-tar-no) bet
ter than the re
vised Po-ru-na?"
Either medi
cine has Its
place. One Is
adapted for one
condition, anoth
er for another.
Ka-tar-no Is a
better remedy
for soma condi
tions than tho
revised Pe-ru-na.
On the
revised Pe-ru-na
"vv.a?L'iinjton. ort. ' I-IVwinjs LKe most other hand, the
vpW jtriHl uw.lin-.li .he ivv vnr .boon sub s a beer. remedy for some conditions
u J ' , , . I than Ka-tar-no. They are both l:i-
j.mVid, but "! fur imtu- 3Wnlo ten(lc(i aa catarrh remollcs. They have
Itootivelt n,rrli;l i!nre Vg ntvvn,i.t '"both done a great work In relieving
tiya'' -fow the Jnriijoiuil liminiji t o
iiivHy.Ji5itiinB rnmiMiltn "ontrj1titiiojv'.
Th," former I'MsnUM wp fipiiinvmiilod
by flij s.rrr,tiry, .l,(iliii .1. .M.K1nnth, tmd
VZnie-s .Vl'r,t, if he OnVjnok nMff -is
-H o. by W.UVfUii .1j'I, ilr., vv n 1
iW t" .tfvfc'fy '''"-' t,li" f.'wc ri
jiilttqo, w.bliMi Is lnveilVsni'tl'lf I10 ,vlm
j.idm contiflbHMons for 1001 fyv' WW.
Til.? Colonel Jaft Uw Mlun I'lutM'1!"1-?
.fondly a larsp .suit rjfte, wi'nh pil- d
.wjtii ltM loiiuVs of Im'iSw tuvl r,leviniins
to Ii? uschI by Jvlm ,u1(ii itcitiltyjiniSi
Tl party, ivljoh wfia mat ily J. C
YlMSihn and Frwik J. iUwt l'n
STfgtJMU lenders .Iwirc, arrtuQii jrfiy p"o
ij"lol ltK itlie Hotel WilT"l, M)'?-'
they bftyikitattcd, fowl tlwn tvnvln.il '
the rmml'tw worn Jn ljho SenriAe ot
tfioe ibulldjni;. I i
.Sonitor dl'.iPP ivillod Wle tvommjttiM
to mr.-UT ti,t V;Vl " M'.
Mr. Jfasoio,!t mm JmnvMlritely fsalJM
to the -stuiwl. '
Jn .Jus four-o of 'lil,H evildmKV Mr.
Jtix)snvelt yvl'l il3 h:vl newr djruojly
nor JnJjmitly, a,ukiid .Ilar,ritrain to con-
catarrh, chronic and acute. Many
hundreds of cases of chronic catarrh
have recovered while taklnjr Ka-tar-no
and the same Is true of the revised Pe-ru-na
during the last six years since
Its revision.
There Is a difference, however, in
the two remedies. Whenever catarrh
Is associated with constipation then
the revised Pe-ru-na Is the best. In
deed, this is exactly why the revision
was made, to meet such cases. But
where no laxative Is needed, where the
bowels nre regular or Inclined to be
loose, then the old Pe-ru-na (Ka-tar-no)
Is the better remetfy.
The revised Pe-ru-na Is for sale at
all drug stores, "those wishing: to ob
tain Ka-tar-no, address The Ka-tar-no
Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Tins Coloncj dll not rotn'nib,5r ov-r
!nl;iijf t'llKul wwili Mr, lliloy n,Mti
Mr. ArcHMil. ll- ,djd Si'luor llntirne
Iid once hroimhi Mr. AnoUbld to Hiniti
sit Oyi,t,v y.
Tlie-Coprntl jipoko "ry iay. I
'Vihi5o 1 w.m PitwH nt," 4iL nl, '
Vxiujnx t.)rwtinl( "If amy mm, trnt
miiBivrme, S ;.irt, I'lwjer or i'',W
tiMit liail :iny Uu-rtnei wVi inn rinl
"mtcl to s" '!', I vvly saw hj'it.
Vnd If t ttimiffM itlii'.ro was la-iji Iijinr
t' lo r ilnwl frim ylw sUvnilpo of
the pulije acrvjee n .Jrliiii iny iiwi,
tli n, wi'aliout wni";iis tnr lym i' nK,
I umiVl "khI for Iv.in. If I fi'n o'liv..i'i
I'midifit a ,v.ciir litnee, Jf (Mr. ll.i lo.
fijli-r nr ntvyono pIjo 'itn's to .
ni", I'll ec him; iiml, ni'iroovn, If 1
liuve ,uui;U;n to iiVn (or tjlit piiliK
wice from Mr. H,o:kofri,r( .1. P.
'v!i r anyone t'ho, I'll 1 1 . 1 t r
lilin.
I1.). ttimsowp ti'viiUKl .1)1 pitii'Ui'P
of followjiDj Mint po'.!i! by aiyo Hi'it
iltit;tt i$ ninilnlrtrivl:on he dirnl sn
fur J.iniM mij, j,1iq r.ilnn.'l .nmiiit-'.
"I lUiJuk I it for d. I'liirrvmt .Ii'
R:inf" -.ii,l be: "at lit( I mw Mr.
Jlons.in .jn rcsuil .p iciirrien(v 11110-"-tions.'
'
i
r. r"
t'jon of a President who wl'il apicnit in
Attorney C1tner.1l -jo continue it'iolr jio?e
cutlon."' I
T!ie CoVinel Uien rtvwl ;i at,tr t
SlHiln, .diUid 04bcr T,, 1MI, ;ti
whln'i ivy diiuindcid ,h:it tlio 51"0,i rn-
pfr!i"l ito liave linn ociritrilnt.l Kv tlio
S;iml.wl Oil nvwt b? rajunwl. ' 1'
rtnl: 1.
"I know itlp.t wi will nit iw.'ie ln",f
lrymite a cent njvl lie had ior hvinl a niuu'i a. wo .dl'l ,'.ti Jitn-j iui,(l lS'-'J.
r iiI'rgniVs II.vj.oqi) nontrlliiTjfm imtiil I "liu, overj" .iivin f!a. ha n iiari
h n.o.1 ul in tho jvnip?iv. 1 I den 1 no more, m &. It .1 corpuM-
TJi. Cil'Oiiiol S(tUod Jilnig?lf aifUy t,-pns s'Jl'iribfis for y'lo national vr.-l-in
1 jtiii-i i1vu;r, jii inf'iK out pvr trr. uVjI arul ''oJ, Jmt we cuincit af
lJic ji,clvirl coimniMtJe iron i'ich furll to .wcej.t ai',1 frenn cmRo-nti'uni t"
huns brcfithlicps ,ci 1iis ojce, pnd then, lsrj'.-ura indemnity , . or is.nnV;;Jiu.:5o'ii
In ruily to a iiie.;ioai fivm Kenritpr which will give the dmpreshjnn t fie
01n;c as Co bis Jin.n", !inr.wroil in a public tht the contributors (iro gvur
lyud voice, ilistin,:jil tib;o iin fijl u-ts Jug suc.li ind?innity. The Stjunlnrd OH
Puts End to Bad Habits.
Things newr look bnlUt (tiopne ,wi'!i
".U10 bluot.'"' Ten to one KiUe itivuibleS'1 1
sJiiKslsh liver, fUllns (jhe WirM" wit,',
bullous poiwm, itlit .Dr. K.n,:rV, Ni-v
Mfo Pills would evpc. Try tlfin. UH
the Jy of better feeJUnffs mid "t'.e
blues." nest for Rtoniach liver and
kidneys. 2; aX a. drusiiiHts. AfU
4
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w In iPtir
Ujl
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ill ii
mm
now Mm V
m
anmo
mnictiaH.u
VA
Notice to Tax Payers.
Iiputy Sheriff G. P. Jones W;n .U? at
tlio following jxiiK'cs va Any iiuucnl :o
colloet your tatos: I.
Taffy, Oetb?r 11, tiniwon.
John H'Wes SUre, Oiiobor lt ufto:
110.JI1.
Xlaiin, OcUler 12. ,
lta'.ph, O.'toUcr II. ,
Hq'il Uun, OcUb;r 15. ' 1
Pliasm; ltidv, OtVjobcx 10, f.ninion.
Hutord, Ootolier 1G, .iftern-uwi.
Hoflin, October 17. ,
T. II. r.L.VCK. S'uriff.
.Vdvery semen.
of fthe balj:
"XhoJorp lloisavtr.t." 1 1
Uo,ynel l!imiPi,,.t di'"nuii;nj .! tin-rtirtilit-d
.two & (tUira, il'-fij'.ng wjVi fim
r".:ir.T oiitrjin ,..-,n. tor c,lic con-rJori-tion
of the (.omiii4itce. One wily fvrlt-
OjiiilTiny wilj r pfjve Just in mu'jli
oiiMl'lsru.l'iflii unit r tho pr
cunviijini-es is f .tliBir uontrili
li,i 1 ibnvi iucy.,'in'.el."
Anuher letter which Co), ltoij.'i-elt
r.tul, and wiliich wa,s written Jut be.
Ohio Countian To Marry
rrend and relatives Jn llirtlivd
Service and Saving!
IN THESE STYLISH
Printzess Coats and Suits.
ten to Trcasiinr l',: ftn l?n5 und he fore .I'rj.sidnt Ta'.s ciminiim, u
other ito GeorRO It. ybf'!nn jn iWiS. 1 G?(ire IS. Corti'lyou, .".i:
At the time 'ha nrul2 1'fs ;cjifjtJilV ! "I iioiuvliir i' woujd ,!. n xw.i! mis-
sti-nicn,t, Uit Jimiv'f' I" nnpweir no ' take to aoi'.r.pt innney .from corpon-
sent c-r-i'""'6 riK'd the suinnunccmnit t t'i,'
trib'ifon, areww'iinif marriage of Mr. Otway
Yav, win 1( weJl knt;i in tfls tiy.
Tlio announcctnen'. foUuf:
Or. iijiil Mr. W.lll:ain Henry llyils
Will Rli' in imrrjuo tOieir idiuulu r
John D. Arcihbo.i I'm itomony, Oolon?!
lt(Ks;ve.lt pivblj-iliied a nuntlnr of let
tiir. wlijtili I1 lieifl written pa tho fnli
j,ft oi ni,.r.'lmtl'iii,s. At i'',ti,t ,t.lme
lie .51,11 that thfcTie w.v,ru nil t3 W)?'
Hons wJijch we ln.io.id ,yj pr,x.H;ujf.
Lt ii our duty to retract ,iny r.iU.f,
if isuvh roiucst lvis boirti (in.ide, au.l
pt'Tn wli it monoy lias b. n r-!. vod,
if anj- lip.s b?n rjc-J. 'tia ;uecj.t-
! 'u.Vl il;i-ert Jiut itilie tni which aneo of mony frcin corporations now
3uj jjubiuitu-tl t Urn- commuV;e ndxy
lie 'dUbs.(Hiai,tll.v .found. i
When luo ;biwun JV.s Itefitiiiuony l'o to'.d
who .tjhe offifvls f dijs .tTUiiflifiisn nf
1W) wire, niiil ijl l'iis aypnttijiou ilnd
bjn ical'f.d 1io tih.o tcsjt,inu'i' I'lven by
.Jnhn D. AmiliLiod. Clisiirini!iji CJi,pp aak
cd ll'.m mihi.it -lie 4un,uw of 5'9 atiej?J
tions Cili.it A.rp'Jil lmd ibecn axviuostt-J
undt-r inotigjt;n by the a'lm;n,.ntr.i
jin w,oull injur the T.ift (lampnln,
I liifi,!! s-jid a oopy of th's lettej- (.0
Mr. ,Taft." ,
Ooi. IlotMovcrt Biald lw liad n,lo frwid
'jhit on Odtiober 27, 1301, he had aentmi
"evtna telegram" .to Chairman Gf.org9
B. Cor-JVJyuu, w'.iiah J10 .had ony r-
fejut,!- found, l .was iint fr,om Oyster
to uo.itn;bu,tie to jho ltoiasqiin'jtj waimjri'Un. ' Biy ami referred to Jijs lotter to air.
T!i Co.Jon5.Pl d,i,ijd j,n,ao Jiis fockt, .flh-(Cofooj-ou, demanding romrji of tlij
cd out a wmI of ijtteim atijil nott,'ij).i
Pt cCipPilnirs, haatLly iyin tlnvmiiijh (jhein
and selJifciil it,wo Hioo'.is of ij-.ir iyxni
und Wini. I 1
"Mr. Clvilrirun, mriy I itrqait phe ".-jitter
I eni jpu tm p.-iri; f uny fimt-twnr" i
Staiutiiirl Oil ieori(trIbut;an.
Cal. Iloojevot offered tlip .cojniinj,o
the iorj:5ina,lH of n tho ,l3ttrs lio Irid
S--I,!) tjO Chairman Cla.ni or lvil riri1
into tlia reconl.
"Voll take ifHir word for ithuit sId
Sir. Otw.iy lYnt'H
On .the evening nf Vi'dii'sd.u-"tiroT,twen.
t'-Chnl of Octobor
i nineteen hun.lrul mid itw ve
at half after ojshf o r,;oek
I-'irst Hjpt.st aiiurnii
Parj-s, Tennessee.
Un.l'r Mur aj,Ji as u millfw you . Senator Oliver as the Co-vl ro.,iurnul
miy," ansM.'i-iteivitior ClriffiP. 1 1'- fjho w.ltnii.s .elvilr, und .tont'tiei that
1 ji-a.Yi mww lor qiiroe uii,inis j.jo tyi t no knew, of no otlur lqtervj bvrj:i
imM
limt Tflttor."
"You mciy iprqooad," Hj,ld tliu (I''l1'
Jiijn. ' J
"Jji the J"in.i l-ip.', peJijUnrnen,- &i
tJi Co!.nni?l, Hlkin, .liinj- fitrt, "miiu-o
my olc:itiii jim Goiernior of N. W lYjork,
.ibmit twienty-fuur rti,i nwo, I hive
wrj'jyn :unl tsjKiijl nJrsiilt IW.OW W
t'Jiis, .so tj'i:-t it is Hint UV4sJlUo:iitoii"a
to .fini mli .r till of tjlw Iqjturs 1 v,rnta
on o.'iy ii'.Uiii eubjrtnt. I 1
on it,he sujjriot, and ihud practically for
trqt,ton V- !i!don 1'iicr un,tjl lip name
neroysi ft is""aJXl:irg U',3 fjjea.
"N'ow in regT.rl to tli3 Uarrm,in
fund' b Kan S malar Clnpp.
Co. Uoosoivilt lintsrrui'ittxl und n,MkJl
lo eMiU'.n "the o!iaj-gf3 t'lat luive (ijiti
iniiile." in regulix orfler, und Kii(itr
CJairji iu'iUlt.e.
"IViero -Is no t'a'.imony nT,jn.st jtin
oxoopt In r,lie nn of hWs'i.v cyj.
"Jiikjms 'tlinrnisli mvy piwu Iriokii I demf," u'iu CfoionL- ml; "ht.'ir!.j.)'
Ill SOni.lUI1l4M' of Wu HUllS ISUjUltS lljllj
to mi-, I f.iul two 0;li..r liStl-T- 'I ru'.fis;
vith the s'Um nf niiiipalii .contfl
biij,on. (n iviis a iil'iYir tv Sir, il'll-M.
slUJain'-nta of jiih tJuit iwo flpjl.
"Sir. Arc,hliold -mil Sir. Pen rose pur.
P'irt to t'ixp tViiti'inn.iH 0f vtwU Mr.
iiilH hod to iayj iSlr. Uhss Jn ilervl.
wlii'i'i .hus mlrcidy ibnrjn ut ibofotm you, ' Mr. OdeJl :uil the other guntVuim r,
writtui miiiu i.me ijn Jlioo. T-, i,!i.jrjfer fco .sitvjiiPiits mudo by Sir. ibirr.
w,is .si .Jciiter o,f iiijivo (to illr. O iuivjo mm, who i-s dctnl." ,
IS. rt!mVl'n ill lyo1."
Q. "Wlmro vu-c Wfo tir&lrft!"
A. "Hire ,i tiio miKi;lnm'.i-'ii:i ' ' i'w
copy." ,11,1 ituj mul jii-iw . bi'Ji (V'"
lU'iiitK to .t.lnt In 1 Imh.-lii. 1
S -ivitor Ci.pp nhuii nturniTil f,h nipy
to Cftjuiwl IJoeVt w,iih a riiait to
him to rtiil ii, wlinh lw il us tu.
J own: I
"oysf.jr ii; S'it. 21. imi-si i.vir
Slmldon: 1 ltivo bjiai nfiornuiit Unit
you or outdone on 1 ihijf of UipKe
Ititb'jji'an -Vjition,.!,! jComuiji'itriu lius pnU
nl ".'ontrthutioiis .friim II. II. ll'iniVjUilu
or ntliws iioiiunotoil wjlh Aliu iir-o
UwuuHal interv.'js of Wnll Siro it, 1
I.Il.1. .l 1. . ..l.lt..., ...H.I..U. I, 1 t '
f,H li (ii'Mii'.rlhiviii.s Jiave lvj'.ui itivd '
tJiey iiiiftt bo mtimiod, I iiJio pi-ot'.st'
igajnt UKklnjf iVr nilribUoiis fiom
ilivi who am buiiw piH';lit!'jd by tyio
riutlonAl Kovi.rninfHt. They mjubt tit
'ji r.quii'aUtd rt uuirlbmo ijo Uie cie;.
Col. Roixi.'t yt;,i ho Jyid ix in
taivJml to biiin .!ii furiuir i,riato ..
rutury into tJio coi,'rm-cr,sy, buj t.'i.U
as the ooiii'iCUeu luul Jt'.muly drter.
1111,110,1 ,to o.ri VlH,i uf, jr j8
h'lil ui'lusl him to buir out )p bliit-'-niuuts.
I ,
"SiViy 1 cjilili of it tur rvilOlvfitjl n
Heuniit'iM S1ii.u?.;jio frevn C, )n,,'r-,sm'in
SiblcwV akil ij'ib C:rv'ffl, and rjioii
werei on. "tt Is ,i joitor whli n isub
Staive 4(tiiU iilm,t Hil.Jcy oi;iio yi .so
me tun I nival! to mo n.l3;U n odn-j rr.'
Arc-bbn'il iutul l sild I uoujd bo da.
Llulii'cl Vi e blm anil ;u! Sir. Si;iliy
t bijiw Sir. Arol'.bolit ,'0 lunrii. I don't
rm.inbor vw 4niin' ijiilcil to Sir.
Hltbiiy hT,ut tluit moiUvr, but St in
very l,r."ilo I may lino done jo. Anv
Invj.ptiwi tiw,t I miy Iwivo oxtendul udi
Vw iswijt of 'u t,e,Uo.st by lr. Slb
l'"y. 1 KiiiwnyH suiw any man bnoulit to
nw by fi ItjprMin,lJ,tie or a Sauati.r,"
Program.
Teachers moellng in Division No. ' 1,
to lie ih3d at BiyUi Sclmoj iHouse, Sit.
unliy Oct. lStli, 1S12, bjpinjiv; 1 o'oiock
p. in.
1:0.) Oriainiit,'in. i
1:29 Appointment of aonimi&ees.
1:10 Wliat we nro hire ,to do. L. 13.
TJiihenor. I
2:W Co-opra.tlon of JcViooi and Par.
cuts. Jlow to Siqoure it. honiyiu Tfiy-
lor.
2:2i). I:?.iding How ito Tipuli, Hjn-
iKrs Gentry lUymond. I
2:10 Causes of iDifonder. How to
Elinlnato tUom V,'. U.'tlarsoii. I
C:0i) iome Runts t Our Sclioiols
Goorse AVoilding.
B:2) Clas SIamisjeiiian,t Lull SIi,Hiff.
2:40 The Aims of Tli Su'i,ool-ErntMt
Hitn'.on. I
AH people intieretl iin ledueayon are
inillted. I
J. T. HO.vai.AND, '
S. C. TAY.LOU.
C. 11. .SI I O WW, I
I Oo.i)ni;1'.ie.
Horo 1 a wonvin wlio speaks from p?r
sonal knowltidue and long op5r,lenw,
viz.. Sirs. P. H. I Itrojnn, of Wdlson,
Pa., who sayg, "I lanow fnim exaiyt!
enco tliiit ChaiuhCTlaln'a (Couigli rtmody
is far supcnior ip any qtlicr. .I'lor oroip
thero Is no!ing that oxceV tt.,JI P.r
siie by an lo,ili.s. I I Mv.
Every Printzess Garment has the essentials of true
it style, which give it enduring as well as endearing
unarms, juei us snow you exactly wnat we mean oy
"Distinction in Dress." You cannot understand the
full significance of the term until you see Printzess
Coats and Suits.
When the makers of Printzess Coats and Suits guar
anteed them for two seasons, they knew that every
Printzess wearer would want to wear them a second
season, from choice not necessity.
Statement Of Owner, Etc.
Of Th HirUnKl ItFiimb4in .publish
ed iivaekly at Har.tfond, ICiy,, ro(Ulr-d
ly .!iho Act of AuguY. 21, l'j2.
Kditor, C. SI. lUrnett. Iliufond, K,y.
Slui wintf Kditor, J. Svy i''uV'f dlart
forfl, Ky.
Uunes St.uiager, J. ey l-'pitor, IMrt-
ford, Ky.,
PiUbll'tier. It. K. Iiko nd !J. Noi'
1'Vv.tjr, Ilurtfoird, Ky. I
Kjnoiun 'liHidholflnrg, nioi'twivs, und
ii'jher iscn'.urij' Uolders, lioldp, it per
oant or more nf tqta iininUn,t of brn,l
nvilta'ww, or nllvrr stu: unities; i
C. II. .Sinjijli, Ilurford, Ky.
C. .SI. lUriit. Jlmttoisl, K.
J. NKY J'OSTKIl, nn,iln.etis Slvr.
Suorn ito a.nd ubs,erlbeil h .foijj mi
tli(is it, u,iy nf O.. ly'-.
I ,' It. lt. ItlMlY,
Notary PubJIc, 'Ohjo Cuunty, Ky.
Sly ci.uin,iSjioii e.iir,a Ja,nua,ry Sltih,
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Number 854 One of the Chester models, coming in
wide variety of desirable materials including Serge, Whip
Cords, and Diagonal Mixtures, almost all colors represent
ed. Price $25. The Jacket 32 inohes long has the
Chester back with center slet seam and belt. The man
ish front has two side pockets closing with buttons. The
skirt has a panel front with box pleats and a slot seam to
match the Jacket.
Number 1926 Snappy Coat ot true Norfolk style has
collar and cuffs of harmonizing velvet and is made from
a wide assortment of desirable coastings in solid colors or
fancy mixtures. Price $16.50. The .Norfolk vogue will
hold sway this fall and this is one of the desirable styles.
Number 669 Here is the Coat of the season "Print
zess Chester." The Coat is full length with belted back
and wide, mannish pntch pockets. The collar is converti
ble, can be worn either open or closed and is attractive
either way. Price $16.50.
Here are a Few Samples of our Stock
Try them on to-day. You are welcome.
CARSON 6 COMPANY I
INCOItrUltATKl)
HARTFORD. -:- KENTUCKY, f
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