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PAUL M. MOORE.
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
J. E. FAWOKTT
i 4SS0CIATE EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER
Member e f
Kentucky Press Association
I Second District Publishers League
! Branch Office in Ben Slaton's Office,
mile, Kentucky, Phone No. 24-2
I Political Points f
- (St. LoulB Post-Dispatch)
"Col. Roosevelt owes Judge Par
leer an apology for calling him a
liar when tho Judge charged In 1001
that corporations had 'made laro
contributions to the Roosovelt cam
Left to George
Mr. Morgan didn't contribute any
thing to tho 'present campaign he
4et Georgo do it.
"Col. Roosevelt's idea of taking an-
'Othor oup of coffee would be to gulp
lown his share and then stickatork
in the eye of a fellow just about to
put cream and sugar in bis.
The people are so ready to misrep
resent Roosovolt. He got, he says,
most of the best of his policies from
Jbinoolu. Many thought he meant
President Lincoln, when all the
while ho was just referring to Llu
coln, Nob. Southern Lumberman
Tho Colonel sayB Gov. Wilson
Whioh Is longer and handsomer
thau the other form, anyway,
.Philadelphia North American.
Mr, Roosovolt may "view with
alarm," or upofint with pride," but
be4s nevor "speechless with aston
' iahraent." Wall Street Journal.
Gov. WilBon is spoken of aa a man
-with a fighting chin. But the mau
with tho chinning chin is the thlrd-
' We otferOnc lUaiked Dollars Reward for any
se of Catarrh that cjtmot bo cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, haveflknown Fj Ji
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable In all business transactions,
and Enancially able to carry out any obligations
made by bis firm,
Waldimo, Kimman & Marvin,
Wholesala Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intdrnally, taction
directly opon tho blood and imucous surfaces of
tho system. Testimonials sent free. JPrlce 75c!
terbtHle Sold by all Druggists,
ake Hall's Family Pills tor constipation.
rMrfke Yeur Gas Mantles Last.
Before you use a now gas mantle,
-soak it 'in vinegar and hang It up to
dry. In this way a brilliant light is
obtained and the burners will last
twice as long as usual, even in a
draughty room. McCrII'b Magazine.
"To face every opportunity of life
thoughtfully, and to ask its meaning
bravely and earnestly, is tho only
way to meet supreme opportunities
when they come, whether open-faoed
-or disguised. Maltble D. Babcock.
'Cures Chronio Cases
Curos ovory time: "Your Hughes'
'Tonic for chills and fevor has never
failod yot, and I havo sold it to a
1 number 6f ohronic cases. It cures
tbem evory tlnio." Sold by Drug-
gists COo and$l.00 bottles.
QBINSOff-TETTET CO., Louisville,
TTfce etetlst merely thinks publicly
jriat other men think in secret.
Tbe benefit we receive must be ren-
vdered again line for lino, deed for
' -4eed, to somebody. Beware of too
1 ran .good staying In thy hand. Em
Idle Hour Theatre
This Coupon is good
If voted on or
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j&jS uV'SuJiaT ti ffisrxBIm
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slugle iBBita 15c per inch
Looala and Iuaido Pages,
Headers lOo per lino
Resolutions aud Cards pf
Thauks 5c per line
Obituary Poetry 6c per line
Slight reductions on time
contraot display advertise
ments, Also locals that run
several months without cbauge
Entered at the Earlington
Post Office as Second Glass
Next Baor to Postoffice, Madison-
Kings - ma ailcw uayio, m&r.
Tuesday, October S, 1912 j
in Mammoth Cave
The Dry Fall Outing to Kentuc
ky's Great Subteranean Won
der, or 200 Miles Underground
Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Arranged for private and bo
lecfc parties, home people and
their visitors. River low, echo
grand, and cave dry. The time
to Bee Mammoth Gave when at
its beat. Round-trip railroad
fare $3.40 from Earlinpjton and
all way stations and regular train
4:85 a. m. Bourd at Gave Hotel
from arrival for dinner until af
ter dinner following day, also in
cluding the two trips through the
cave for $5 50. Limit on tickets
Write or phone L. &. N. Agent
No Summer Shut-down
The summer just ending has
been an unusually busy one.
Workmen have been constantly
employed. Testimony to this
fact is given in the magazine
published by the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen and Engi
neers. In a recent issue, under
the heading, "No Shut-Down
This Summer," it says;
We learn from Pittsburg, Pa.,
that with the thermometer reaclv
ing for the top of the tube, iron
manufacturers have announced
that there will be no summer
suspensions of the mills. This is
unprecedented, for in the past,
no matter how rushing business
was, there has been a shut-down
of about a month, and after six
weeks, during the heated period.
Labor is as scarce as it was a
month ago, and the big corpora
tions are still keeping men at
ports of entry on the sea coast to
got as many as possible of the
foreign laborers coming in. It is
stated that the demand for lab
orers in the iron mills is greater
at this time than for many
Tho re-el9ction of President
Taft certainly would not inter
fere with business. It might
make it better, but no human be
ing can invent a reason why it
should make it worse.
But how about the election of
Wilson a netv man with new
polioies? Do we want to take
the chances of a charge.
Joints that aohe, muscles that nro
drawn orcontraotod Bhould be trea
tod with BAIiLABD'S SNOW LIN
IMENT. It penetrates to the spot
where it is neoaed and relieves suf
fering. Price 35c, 50o and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by St. Bernard Mining
Co., Incorporated, Drug Depart
ment. Her Household Gee.
Miss Oddweys In reoelving a friend
In ner sew apartment tike other day
said cordially; "Well, here I am, you
aee, In my new home, with all my lasts
and pennants gathered about me."
Nature Kind to the Giraffe.
Besides its long neck, the giraffe has
a useful tongue, which can be greatly
elongated, and In this state can be coll
ed around branches for the purpose
of drawing them down.
for 25 Votes for
before October 10
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EtTRAl CAJRKUR BXAMIfr!
At Madfwhville Nebo and Nortonville
for Hopkins County Kentucky Sat
urday Oct 26 1912
The United States Gtyll Servioo
Commission announces an exami
nation on tho date and at the places
named abovo, as a result of which
it is expeotod to make certification
to fill a vaoauoy in the position of
rural carrier at Nebo, Kentucky,
and other vacancies as they may
occur on routes at post offices iu tho
abovo named county uuless it is
found to bo iu tho lnterost pf the
service to fill the vacatloy by 'rein
statement, trausfor, or promotion.
Tho usual entrance Biliary for rural
carriers is from $600 to $1,000 per an
uum. Age limit, 18 to 55, on the date of
the examination. The maximum
age limit is waived In oaseB of per
sons honorably discharged from tho
United States military or naval
An applicant muflt have his ao
tual domicile in tho territory sup
plied by a post office in the county
for which the examination is an
nounced. The examination is open to all
male citizens of the United States
who can comply with the require
ments. Application Form 1341, and full
information concerning the require
ments of the examination, can be
secured from tho secretary of the
local examining board or the post
master at any ot the places named
above, or from the TT. fl. fllvil Her.
Vico Commission, Washington,
Eligiblos on registers established
prior to March 1, 1912, can be con
Blderod for appointment only at the
office for which they were exam
ined. Such eligibles may be exam
ined within one year from the date
of their former examinations upon
filling applications showing that
they meet the requirements of the
new examination, their old eligibil
ity for their home offices not being
Applications should be properly
oxecutod and filed with the Com
mission at Washington. As exam
ination papers aro shipped direct
from the Commission to the plncoB
of examination, it is necessary that
applications be received in ample
time to arrange for the examination
deBired at the place indicated by
by the applicant. The Commission
will therefdre arrange to examine
any applicant whoso application is
received in time to permit the ship
ment of the necessary papers.
An eligible register for the posi
tion of rural letter carrier for each
county will bo maintained. A per
son must bo examined in the couu
ty in which the post office that sup
plies bis home 16 situated. As a re
sult of such examination be may
become eligible to appointment as
rural carrier at any post office in
such county. A rural letter carrier
after one year's satisfactory service
day be transferred to the poBitlon
of elerk or oarrier in a first or sec
ond class post office, to the position
of railway mail clerk, or to other
positions in the 'classified service,
subject to such examination us may
be required by the civil Bervloe
John C. Black, president.
Por any Itchiness of the skin, to r skin rashes,
chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's ointment, joe
at all drug storts.
One ot the first things a man wa
intends to he popular must learn U tf
play to the gallery. .,
The Reason Why.
"Madam, I am just out ot the hos
pital, and" "Don't tell me any such
story as that! You are the same
man I gave a piece of pie to not two
weoks ago." "Yes'm, dat was just
'fore I went to de hospital." Houston
Wrong Kind of Man,
More women 'would probably marry
fer money or a title If it wasn't for
the 'kind of men that usually go along.
When the, bowels become irregular
yiy are uncomfortable and tbelong
erhls condition exists the worso
you feel. You can get rid of this
misery quickly by using HERBINE.
Take a dose on going to bod and see
how fine you feel next day. Price
60c. Sold by St. Bernard Mining
Co., Incorporated, Drug Depart
Have something to work for and
them work for it
.TIme Well Spent,
One minute spent in appealing for
dlvjne guidance appears to have been
one minute well spent Rochester
Blessings of Good Temper,
No trait of character is more val
uablo 'than the possession of a good
Ktempor, Home cait never be made
happy without It. It Is like flowers
-springing up in o;ur pathway, reviving
.and" eueeriris u& yty
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Rugs and Door Mats
LACE CURTAINS, COUCH COV
ERS and PORTIERRES. White and K Fan
cy Scrims and Braids to match, Window
Shades and Sash Rods. Call and see us be
fore making your purchases for the above
lines of merchandise.
We have a brand new assortment of 9x12
and 12x15 Rugs of all the new colors and
priced from $10.00 to $30.00 Each. Our
stock is complete and a look will mean some
thing to you in both price and quality.
Xarliagtoa Citiaem Caasot Doubt It
Doan's Kidney Pills wore used
They brought benefit.
The story was told to Earlington
Time has strengthened the evi
dence. Has proven the result lasting.
The testimony is from this local
ity. The proof convincing.
J. H. Thompson, plumber, Prince
ton, Ky., says: "I am thoroughly
convinced that there is no other re
medy on earth as good for disorder
ed kidneya as Doan's Kidney Pills.
X was troubled for Mve yoars with
baqkaohe and other annoying symp
toms of kidney complaint, During
the early part of the winter when
the cpld weather set in, I was sure
to have au attack of lamo back that
would make it Impossible for me to
work for dayB at the time. I tried
many remedies but got no relief. It
was Just about a year that I was
laid up aud when e friend advised
me to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I got
a box. I began taking them accord
ing to directiouB and in two davs
waB back, to work, feoling better in
every way. 1 do not have backache
now and my health has been great
The above statement was given
February 6, 1908 and when Mr.
Thompson was interviewed on Feb
ruary 8,1912 he added; "I am glad
to confirm the public statement I
gave four years ago praising Doan's
Kidney Pills. Whenever I have oc
casion to use this excellent remedy,
I have been greatly benefited.'1
. Por sale by all dealers, Price 60
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Bullalo,
New York, sole agents for the
and take no other,
Preserved by Eleetrlelty.
It is noted that the top strands of a
wire fence are more apt to rust than
those whioh pass through the dew
laden grass. A possible explanation
has been offered in the fact that the
wires running close to the ground are
Ruthless pestroyer of leoke.
The most ancient destroyer of hooks
known was the Babylonian king, Nob-
onassar, who in the third century,
B'.O., destroyed, all the recordB of tk
reigns ana ruies preceaeni vo mmzon.
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Work hard and deny yourself while
you are yenng, so that when you are
el4 yeu may" have things yeu cannot
Men ef Varleuc Pursuits.
A pellceaan, a quarryman and ft
readmeader were aong the prise
winners at an arts and crafts Ntalbl
tkm held In Yorkshire (England) vil
Bashful Youth "I'm so afraM to
gee your father. Did anyone else ever
ask him?" The Maiden "Tee, Ar
thur, and they suffered' like fcereee."
eyonai the Touch of Time.
- A man never becomes too old te
threw out his chest as ho passes a
looking-glass. Atchison Olobe.
P Because it is. Most Convenient. Most Comfortable
See the new styles just received
O'BRYAN, UTLEY & COMPANY Incorporated
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Optimist and Peealmlat
An optimist is a nan whe does net
ear what hseeas so lent as It dees
net haste te him; a pessimist Is a
aaan who has lived fer a lent; time
wKh as ef Umtot.
Pitfall, te Aveid.
Argument, as usually managed, Is
the werst sort of conversation; as It
Is generally in hooks, the worst sort
of reading. Swift,
Batter Than the Mlf hty.
He that is slow to anger is better
than the mighty; and he that rnleth
his spirit than he that taketk a city.
What Constitute 'Man.
It seems to me that the wit ot man,
strength, his grace, his tendency, his
art, is the grace and presence of Ood.
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