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'BRITISH RAIL STRIKE ENDED
Man Falsely Accused of Intoxication
Reinstated, and Men Go Back to
Work Indiana Workmen to
Newcastle, England. Tho North
eastern railroad strike was settled. It
had affected 8,000 locomotive engineers
and about 40,000 other workers and
had caused the greatest Inconvenience
In England since December 7. Its
cause was tho reduction In rank of an
engineer for Intoxication whllo oft
duty. Tho terms of tho settlement
provided that tho company should re
instate Engineer Knox, the man who
was reduced, If tho inquiry instituted
by tbe home office proved that he was
not intoxicated, as charged, and It
was announced that the magistrate,
who reviewed the case, had found that
Knox was not Intoxicated, and that
the home secretary had advised tho
king to grant a pardon, the man hav
ing previously been convicted.
Indianapolis. Organized labor In
tends to ask the new general assembly
for legislation, which is considered by
-labor to be necessary for its Interests
and which Is sanctioned by the various , offlciai8 that since the Los An
labor organizations of the state and ge,es T,meg expIoslon fully haU mtt.
will receive the support of union men. .. ,,. h,H ho DrnonAA ln this
Perhaps the most Important measure co oR crlmlnal veatlgatlon grow-' Accordlna to Small Girl Hit Appar
that will be Introduced In the coming . out Qf cas(J , ent(y stronaest Asset Was Not
legislature Is the workmen's compen-1 0.-The core room of the Enough for One TKln0.
eatlon act. The bill Is being drafted I Nltona'MMe Ctlns company
now and, while the committee having .ntinnpl to ho onerated The audience which heard the Rev.
It In charge will not make public any
of its details, It has been said that it
contains many Important matters that
have been discussed In labor meetings
for many years.
Minneapolis. At the last session of
the legislature a special committee of
senators was appointed to investigate
.end report a bill for compensation to
.ojureo wunuy.u . . . ..- ' ,
.presenting It to the coming legisla-1
Injured worklnxmen. with a view to
nJnffiLVKE fie ' .loir-TKSgrK Commissioner ! Then he Invited her to step up on the , . , .
tepeptfjnd the vletfs of "ii.TJSKKd trt the formation, of a running board and asked her where
jBSnttei organized labor narTbeen , Si V TOsndeSrt an " uld Hko to have the car stop
Resented. It Is confidently expected unlon ln tBe Boston departrajent. ana J - nr-stf -- '
fw TtTi nTTnrTTo emnlovers ,ts affiliation with the American Fed- ped. i:2g: .JZ?r i . . --
i A,Sp. S herifted and S ' 'n f " there lB K55w8: i w Tne Utile girl Bald Bhotfantetf to U fff Af A m Uy
BrovfHvifInxlteEls1aI5r1 lalbllltj that ttotRjuMdlcuD nTrs Ret off nt the second crossroads, and llttl UU1U, IJ
Snwoo. wminm OntnWn nresl- !n "favoF of unionising at IU coming asked:
Chicago -UilliamQuinan pgsl ...H(m far are you goIng?. ?
ani oi me iNonn anu weni. om ,
jgtreeJ.Car Men's union, labor repre
sentative In the traction arbitration
hearing, was re-elected by a decisive
vote. C. W. Mills was elected record
ing secretary and William Taber ,
financial secretary. The resulU of he .
lection are taken as approval of the
Rials' attitude in the recent traction
NoKalea. Ariz. Arms furnished by
tbe United States government for the I
protection of Americans at Cananea,
Mexico, are ln the hands of 1,000 Mex.
leans, who threaten a strike based
on an anti-American movement. Tho
malcontents' complaint is against the
employment of America Reiner i by I
toe Cananea Consolidated Copper
company. There are about 1,-UU
Americans in the camp and vicinity.
Mobile, Ala. The possibilities of in
creased wages for coal miners of Ala
bama was discussed by miners and
operators. Operators who are mem
bers of tho Alabama Coal Operators'
association a few months ago raised
wages to od cems n ion. u m .i .- ,
-ported that this will soon be done by
otner operators, sow m m uut- an(, ,)orce,aln enameied sanitary ware ' heights, dropping their associates by
pendent operators have Increased wa- factorIe8 recently mde for the fed- the way, and thus paint their lleecy
ges to o7Vj cents a ton. (era, bureau of iabori Dr A1Ico IIarail. BUrface8 wUh re(1 nnd yellow tinted
Indianapolis, Ind.I ho international ton found that compared with Hrlt-' light". "This "roscaTe"af7ergiow Is very
arbitration board, composed of three ,ah potteries American potteries, with beautlfuly seen on tho Jungfrau. Tho
members of tho International Typo- ,egB tnan one.)laif the work people, broad-based cone Is suddenly covered
eraphlcal union and three members B,,ow aimost twco as many cases of in tho deepening twilight with tho
of the Newspaper Publishers assocla-! polBOnDg. , iaw crimson hue of tho rose, and this
Uon. met in session at the State Life , -Sanrijruokenj. Rhctntsh Prussia. ' gradually fades until the whole has
Jjuildlng, considering wage scales. Tho h,-b;0ber'r0r the Christian Iabor vanished into darkness. Harper's
President Lynch of tho .nternatlonal unlon nunlbernK 30,000, voted to Weekly. SV-iSi-VSTf-
.Triwgranral unlon xeturped from.B-trlke Tho Btrlko wl affect tn0 . . ., i'v .--
NgwTprk to takd part In tho mooting Saar coal mlners, Tho other Catho- , Too Tender Wth It
J-Washlngton.-Tluro vjero 1.45J men ,c including 15,000 members. ' A phvslclan iclla a story of a phll
Wiled in and about coal mjnes of the f th g0.caUed Uorlln ,, votcd to KXctor In a PennayhSnla
United States during the first eight nwalt tho juinlImcnt ot tho mlne own. , lMnXn who piesented each
months of th s ear according to an er8 promse8 of hlgher wageBi houBenoId wlth a nice new thermome-
announcement of the .bureau of m ues nombay indIa.,ndo0 chdren , ter nud toW UlQ ,0 tho necesalty
u mi,," "-" '-' ..--. -
oroposed amendments to their const!
tution, recently cast a decisive vote in
favor of making tho eight-hour work
aday universal in their organization.
The date set upon which to inaugu
rate the shorter workday is June 1,
Worcester, Mass. The members of
the Amalgamated Association of
Street and Electrical Railway Em
ployes have just been awarded
',7f,000 back pay by a decision
of the arbitration board chosen to
aettle the controversy between tho
traction company and tho union. Each
employe wllll receive an amount
.ranging from 119 to S55.
New York. As a result of tho ac
tlve organization campaign carried on
-ty the United Hebrew trades, ten
'trades which have heretofore been un
organized havo been organized by tho
Chicago. Resolutions urging the
.city council to compel fire drills in
.all places In tho city whero minors,
fglrls and women nro employed, were
dopted by the .Womon's Trado Union
Washington. Tho United States
lias eighty-eight establishments pro
ducing gold and silver leaf, which give
aijjloyinent to 1.G53 workers.
fatalities In the fin it eight months or Many Qf thcm are sW)ful workmen al j makl roun(l8 ono fao
mH lfT,' w v,r .IennsUa,lla' an ago when children of America aro observed his thermometer hanging in
. h 1 T.k. !,, learning the alphabet. A boy of seven the room Ho inquired of tho woman
ChIcago.-Member8 of tho Paving bo n skUfu, woodcarver, while ' of the house If she had remembered
Cutters' union, ln voting on certain ' . thfi i,an,iKomPSt n.es r,rn ?.,..' ...f."
Washington. The number of wngc
earners In tlio automobile Industry In
thn TTnltnri Stnlno la IT. 791 nn.l tho
.... ..., . .....,
I automobile wage standard Is said to
i figure out somewhat higher than In
other Industries. Tho American nu-
tomobllo Industry has grown 5,000 per !
cent. In ten years. Tho export of
i American auto machines and equip-
ment amounted to J30.000.000 In the
last year; and tho value of Imported
machines wns $2,000,000, a decltno of
fiO per cent. In n twelvemonth. Of
tho 21,757 autos exported, 6,288 went
l0 uanntin, &,7I(. to ureal iiritain, ;j,uji
'to Auscralln and New Zealand, 1,611
to South America and 2,296 to con
London, England. In Oreat Hrltain,
during 1911, nbout 1,000,600 men ob
tained wago advances without resort
ing to strike, and 1G3.000 men got
them after Btrlke. Tho strike of Welsh
miners cost them $3,750,000 loss of
pay and $600,000 drawn from their
strike fund. The dockers' strike cost
at least $3,700,000. Although the work
ing time lost through labor troubles
during the year works out tho huge
figure of 7,620,300 days, the Industries
of the United Kingdom are so enor
mous that the stoppage was equal only
to tho total closing down of all indus
tries on one extra bank holiday.
Los Angeles. Tho trials of the Mc
Namara brothers, the dynamiters, now
In San Qucntln penitentiary, and of
Clarence Darrow, who was acquitted
of having bribed a Juror In the case
I of James B. McNamara, cost Los An
geles county approximately a quarter
million dollars, according to a state
ment by E. W. Hopkins, county a-
Dt'nsui. it was t,-Riiuiaicu uj ..m
T .h nKtImntnil flV ftftlOP
by 28 women and girls as the result W. W. Bustard, John D. Rockefeller's
of the walkout of 100 coremakers, who Cleveland pastor, address the Christ
struck because of the Introduction of ' ian Endeavor convention was amused
women labor and for Increased wages, by a story on the richest man.
They are accomplishing tho lighter "vwwe naing in an nuio wun .nr.
I work and officials of tho company said Rockefeller recently, some miles from I
1 that tho plant will not be seriously af- Cleveland," said tho Rev. Dr. Uus
Ifected, unless the strike Is long con- : tard, "we were about to pass a little
tlnued, as It had been operating only ' barefoot girl plodding along through '
onpartla, tlmo. The women, like the
-. Hungarians and SlW '
- - i..t. .. .
memoers, aooui Beven-ienuiB oi uie
department It has been an active j
social and political force since its in- !
ceptlon under Fire Commissioner
". onnecause of the neavy
WashIngtn- ""denU In mlnel
to" or death Dy acciaents w mine s
herth an c oal h -J-IJ
. . , . ,o,
....v ,.... .. .u .... ..-, wB--
ln .investlitatlni: conditions In lead,
zinc, copper and other mines. The
proportion of deaths from tubercuto-
sis among these workers also Is above
that In coal mines and in other occu-
entlfe T& ma
; 1Tnltn, Bfn . n I
merit and efficiency basis to obtain for Tho first-mentioned rays make their
every one of the 18,000 employes the i way through stretches of tho atmos
full measure of benefits under the re- phere which entirely arrest and turn
cent legislation by congress, providing back the blue, and they do this the
for higher jvy. Is being worked out j moro especialy If the air Is laden at
by a special committee, consisting of ' the tlmo with extraneous particles
15 railway mall service superintend-
lx)ndon England.-In a study of
Md polsonIng ln potteries tile works
ar reniarKaDle tor tnelr precocity 1
woven by children not yet In their
McAlester. Okla. Fred W. Holt,
secretary, mailed a check for $10,000
today as a Christmas gift from tho
United Mine Workers of this district
to the striking miners of West Vir
ginia. The money was ordered sent
by a referendum vote which was unan
imous. Duluth, Minn. - The shlp-bulldlng
companies and repair plants on the
great lakes appear to bo trying to
"smash" the eight-hour law recently
enacted by congress, and decline to do
repair work for tho government on
Paris, France. Tho fourth attempt
to bring about a general striko as a
protest against war and to demon
strate labor's power to paralyze re
sources of tho government, proved In
effective. Yokohama, Japan. Wages in Japan
have arisen on tho average over B0
per cent. In tho last ten yoars. Dur
ing that tlmo the average prtco of
commodities has lucrcased about 33
Philadelphia. Among 915,063 em
ployes In Pennsylvania Industries last
year, thero were 1,309 fatal and 49,062
minor accidents, a total ot 50,971.
jvvj . w ., --. . -, iiin nini 1 111 iiiiiin.
ADE IN PHILANTHROPIC MODD
Successful American Writer Relates
With Pleasure How He Served
Inquiring Chicago Woman.
Gcorgo Ado was talking about hln
last visit to London. I
"I like to knock about London
I alone," ho said, "studying tho places
i of historical Interest: and nt this kind-
I ly Christmas season I remember with
I particular pleasure a good deed that 1
performed nt one of London's historic ,
lanuinnrics lor n umengo woman
"It was n rainy fall day and I sat
nvof n luwfatfinlr iMirtrllnf. ntwl n miti
of bitter at tho Cheshlro Chccscon
"Tho Chicago woman entered, Hos-
vnlla Tnlmann1 In hnr linnrl TMio Chn.
. "" '" " '""- v"""
shire Cheese wns, you know, Johnson s
favorite tavern, and the woman had
Itnnn tnM flint tlin irrnnf mnti'd nntn.
graph could Btlll bo seen, penciled on
one of tho wnlls.
"Tho waiters told her they knew of
no such autograph, but tho woman,
I Wtj, dauntless Chicago spirit, began
n long, long search, upstairs and
"Whllo Bho was upstairs u warm j
glow of benevolenco suddenly rose up
In my breast, and, taking a pencil j
from my pocket, I wrote with quaint
eighteenth century flourishes on tho
wall behind me:
"The woman on her return from up. (
stairs spied the autograph nnd was i
overjoyed. Is It not amazing how
much happiness we can give to others
by these little acts of "kindness?"
ROCKEFELLER A LITTLE SHY
tho dust, when Mr. Rockefeller or-,
dered the chauffeur to halt the car.
tu .v nnn. to hvoti Mr.
-" "- " -
"The little girl was surprised, as
many people aro when ho says that
" 'Don't -you "think we'll get there?'
' " 'No,' Baid the little girl,
. nerslsted Mr.
Than na naunrl
" 'I don't think you havo enough
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gasoline." sne saia. uievciana. i-ress.
The rosy light that tinges so beau-.
tlfully tbe Summits of lofty, snow-clad
mountains before sunrise and after
yenow and red raV8 of llght i)0S8esB
mn. nn,.i, Mar ti.nn ti,o i,i.,o
that augment their opacity.
When tho sun is below the horizon
the red and yellow rays struggle on
through the air as far as tho bnowy
nt mnlntnlnlnv a nrnnnr tomnnratnro.
"Indeed, sir, I do," was the response.
"I hang the thing right up thore and
I watch It carefully to see it does not
get too high.'
"Q-od!" exclaimed the doctor. "And
what do you do when the tempera
ture rises above 70 degrees?"
"Why, Blr," answered the woman,
with the air of one faithful to a trust,
"when It gets too high I tako it down
and put It outside until It cools off."
He'll Probably Give It Up.
Will Prof. Walter Dill Scott or
acme other eminent psychologist ex
plain why a strong-minded, able-bodied
citizen will Ho awako In a stato
of semi-freezing for hours, enduring
the slow torture, rather than get up
in the full strength of tho cold for
two minutes whllo getting another
81ns of the Mothers.
Discovery that the hobble skirt was
In vogue Just 5,000 years pgo, prompts
one to bo belief that the sins ot tbe
mothers shall bo visited upon the,
children of the nine hundred and
ninety-ninth generation. AmarlUo
HAVE YOl'l) SL'ITS (
Repairing and Dye
ing neatly done.
Ladies work given
Hats Cleaned and
' "5 "
Work called forand
Club rate $1.00 per
Hartford Pressing Glilb,
Y. M. C. A. 15LDO.,
W. H.&J. F. GILLESPIE
AND REPAIR WORK
Bucnws UUS SUCCEED t
rUW bmlM Xiw.BMlam. AtrUIwUl
nun tdd oar mnaueni cuiunocr.
Iim. 14 klTula t iMilvn.
m 1 TmraiB. T ipirnaid I !!, dch
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OCAKANTKCU TO PUAHl.
Write tO'dsy; Mention this Pspcr.
SEND 10 CENTS
i to tone pMU ud pMklng u4tM.TthUTaIaltU j
l ceiwctMB ox pw p(paia wftiiwr wiiq mj di( ,
l iBtraeuvb ncBtui NMina I'lini uuf
i um Mil uwi u nt uttiet oi mm, iiuu, t. .
k H. W. Buelbee, WM n aWUSKUL ,
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
IfjoupiirrlinsotlioNKW 1IOMK you will
liuvo a llfo asset at tlio prlro you uy, uud will
nut li.ivoau end loss chain of repair.
it is the
in the end
If you want a scwlnc mnchlnr, write for
our latest catuloguo before you juirvliusc.
The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass.
950.00 TO 9100.00 A MONTH
For your ipare time Experience not need
ed. Want an active man ln this locality.
To Intioduce us to your friends. We pay
largest cash benefits when sick. Injured,
nnd at death, for smallest cost. Freo-In-surnnce
and Cish-Honus offer to firH ap
plicant from this place. Write quick for
THE I-L-U 835. Covintfton, Ky.
I AM PREPARED
To do any kind of Veterina
ry work. Horses, mules and
cows need not die for want of
attention. Calls answered
day or night.
W. H. RILEY
Hartford, - Ky.
Circuit Court T. F. Ulrkhend, Judsej
Ben D. lllnRO, Attorney; W. I'. MMklff,
Jailers 12. G, Harm, Clerk; K. L. !"
Mx, Master Coinmlnluiicr; 11, T. Collins,
rrunco Jury fund; T. II. llluik, bher-J
nr, iiamorii. ncjiutlt- ,s. o. Kumn,
UeiiUT liun, (1. V. Joma, luiuto 6, Hart
ford, W, V. Harp, Uilnc. Court 0011.
cnra first Monday in JVbruary and con
tlmiHi Uinw .k, thud AU inlay 111 .April,
two wwkijf third .Monday In Octobir
County Courti-Il. Ii, Wcddlnp, JudKc;
W. S. Tlnsf.y, CKrk, C. U. Smith, At
torney, Hartford. Couit convenes first
Monday In tach month.
Quarterly Quarterly Court-Jlelns on
the fourth Monday In l'ebruary, iy,
August and ?v emler.4l
Court of Clolma-Comenes first Tues
day In Jauuaiy and first Tutday In
Otlur County Otflcirt-C. S. Moxtley,
aureor, i'ordsWlle, Ky., Ii. h D.
No. Jt; llernard V'edx .Assessor, Hart
ford, Ky., It. K. D. No. :; Hmry Leach.
SupiTlntuidcnt, Hartford; Ur. A. IJ.
llliey, Coronvr, HurtforJ.
B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford. Tuesday
after .rii MonUuy In Mun.Ii. Tuesday uf.
Ilr 3rd lr..i.l..i. I.. I .1... . ....
j- i -,'" juiic, iuisikv alter
H, X onHuy !n tei.leniber, Tuesday aft-r
3rd Monday In Lieietnber.
3 '.,.l&ct, Sroi,,,vcl1' Wedneilay after
Iri m " ,i"y 'I1 i,lth' WeUntsduy after
A , it'll'. Jtockpurt, 1 rlilay after
Ad Monday In March, 'l.Tld ufu-r
i5on.wnuyb,n. Juni" Kr,,,u- "" 3rd
HSCdK n" &"' ir"y er 3rd
re5nVdM,."?'l'lr.. n. "ri'v Saturday Hf
ii..i M.r . ' " cuiuruay aftir
ter Sra" i'" S.,"r",l"-r' Saturday af
r H nday In December.
s, v.i.7. "eiiirow, Tuseday after
laf 'r"l?" ":!' W.on. .Wednesday
Kul Ztelti is;';ju: j- ---
-n?ir'V?t Po!'','. rordsilIc. Tuesday nft.r
Monday I," jfiv frri.i.l"'1?' nf,ir -T"1
lay In Aurust iii y aftrr 3r1 Won
tayta.No?5n,&rrWy t,,cr J"J i""-
UARTFOItO I'OLICE COUIIT.
ClTJ- AttSU?' JJU 0:-.j0,,n " WllB0n-
!lt"-rrcS?,u"lte, ";. "?. Ma,
1' ii.r.. r-..,!..J? ". Carhon. 1:
Lm'LW South-Sen Ice. monrlng
dSy In ,"er.y, Ilr" "' U'lrJ Sun-
In m 1. '' ",",h. bunday bchool PII
5;.y"eMn.yTtii!1,;Tt" i-ry """
1 ltet.ti. ..." V-.1:. h Joiner, pastor.
SuSnfay'a? uTnTlfnu'0-" vy. fourth
Sunday fccool :C. and ' p- TO-
Hartford Lodtte No. 175. b A A M
niiets flrt unci third Monday nhYht in
each month. On en Hunter. V. Al '
l'. , loremun .'eiretury. -"., 1-
Ke stone Chapter No. HO, R. A. M
meet. iMi-y third Saturday " Kht In
.o.llnIey, secretary. '
Haitford Chapter No. 1. O E t
, 1 ' . '...' Anderson, W. M. Miss
LUlo Mlllir Secntary. " "
PiM.Vfh lther Lo(,BO N'- Ilfl. Knlglits of
w t i t V", tia " try Tut"lu " Kh t-
Jt'll'& "S, C" C" J- NVy l ter,K.
Hartford' Tent No. Kt, K. O T M
niHhVu? nryn.n'rBt, a,K'. ,,"ri Thursday
HWlit . H. atllesple, c'oniiiiandcr I- 1
foreman. JU-conl Keeper.
Suushlno Hlvo No. , Ij. O T XI
meets every first and third Friday nlcli't
n tach tnuntli. Mis. Attjo UrlfttnTady
iSWW! Mrs- LuItt l''"'eto Lady
Itccord Keeper. wt
Acme l.o.lKe No. 335. I. O. O. P.. meet.
.eioi.il i.nd fourth rrlday nlBi,t In
X, . 'H'W hccietary.
Mi?..' m ,."J8 No-,li5- Imp- Order Ild
dayh!,i?,a!"co,"1. nn,, foUrtl' WcdnM
...y 'J8'1.1 '" l'll;l1 liiotitli. Ellis Kos.
Iterf"1"'- A" V" 1,al0' C",et ot
Hutifoiil Cnmp, o. W. Xo. i2
Shtil..""cl'..m.(!1,1.1!' Coiuul Ciiuiiiiun-
Wallace. iiuams. oerk. V. C.
1're.tton Xtoiton Post No. Q A n
.ut (-""ander; J. M. ItostrB,
v?,ltn.i,!V' Grvc, Woo.lmen of tho
M n1Uil'Iayi a"or,i''' '" acli month
U. I'endlelon, Ulirk.
Siuisliltie Hlvo No. 12 U. O. T. M .
m-ols every flrit and third IVtOay nlsU
In each month. Mrs. Att Grifflj
LaHy Conuimndor; Sirs. H. E. Mlaohk"',
I.ady Uecord Keener.
Hough niver Ida No. 110, Knights
of I'lAHIas, m&ets overy Tinwday nllit.
U. L. Tayior, C. C, J. Ney r,oatw K.
of It. & S.
A. S. ( I.
President-M. V. Sharp. Narrew., Ky.
Vice President J. M. Woods.
Secretary-Trea.urr-8. U. Kump, In
II. M. Kroman, Carroll county, Pre..
T. T. Barrett, Hendeison county Vice
8. D. Robertson, McLean county. Sec
Trcas. 0. P. rtoemer, Warren county, State
C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat
tl.i Graves, Allen county, Assistant state
lioard of Director. Ben Watson, War
ren county: C. M. Darnett, Ohio coun
ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. K.
I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. I'. Doss,
Ohio Courrty Officer.:
8. Ij. Stevens, Pre. . Beaver Parn.Ky.
Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky.
D. I'ord, Treas., Hartford, Ky,
COUNTY BOARD OP EDUCATION.
Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky.
1. L. D. Tlchenor. Hartford. It. V. D.
. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky.
3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky.
4. B. L. Alford. White Run, Ky.
B. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky.
Otto C. Martin
Attorney at Law
llAitiruuu, i.i. oj
Will practlco hla profession In Uilal
and Ajjolnlns countloj. CoinniorclM
and Crjulnal Practiw a SpoiMalty.
Barnes & Smith'
Attorneys at Law
MPs:b. W. II. ll.invie nnirt C. li
Smith announce that Uioy lutvo iform
a parUm-iJi'j) fcr tilio ennurnl liic
tice of law, exot citlnilntil and illv-or
cases, Mr. Smith bulng County AtUir
nry la unoTOintod fran practicing nuefc
caiww Mr. iUu-mis Willi inuMv ldu.it! y
aoci'K such nroctlotv Otflou lit
Hartford Republican building, Hnrt
Attorney at Law
HARTFORD, - KT.
Will practice his profession In all th
and In the Court of Appeals. Also No Jjj t. '"
tary i-uoiic uitice over l-lrsl iNauoasj
i wrv irrorir i
Ohio County I,
All Matters Given Prompt Atten
tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS
AND CURE the LUNGS
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In nervous prostration and female
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remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever soli
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It is a very serious matter to ask
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The reputation of this old, relia
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digestion and liver trouble, h firm
ly established. It does not imitate
other medicines. It ia better than
others, or it would not be the fa
vorite liver powder, with a larger
sole than all others combined.
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