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KXKXXXXXKXKK XKXXXXXXXXXXXK L Nonie Lewis, wife of Hugh A few weeks ago we published X for Dr. Frazer, the county health p;ans To Build System of Water-officHolsapple, died at Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday March 14th of an article on "Vital Works. Statistics" which was comment- Coupany Will Not Pay For Shat- consumption, she had been sick 1911. MARCH 25TH, a year. She was born July 11 ed on favorably all over the tered Nerves. 1875 married about eight years o pwin.nii. KV .. ,,., ...... w.. Ml state. Last week we received a ago and leaves besides her huscopy of the 'Bulletin of the (Special.) The city council of X . .. ...I ! l..l ..C.. li.L band, two little boys. , ai.uu iiuiiuiumuun, .1.puuusnea Dawson Springs has decided. to V1 Kenosha, Wis., March 22. A Her remains were laid to rest at Howinifr X Frazer receivedureen, and Dr. build n waterworks system that summary of the cost of the Du- - in beautiful Mt. Olivet cemetery D a letter from W. win cost approximatelv $15,000. Pont De Nemours Powder Com- - Wednesday. The funeral was S. Heizer the Editor in which he The plans are being drawn in pany caused by the explosion conducted by the Methodist says, "I read with greatpleasure Paducah bv W. T King. Ham last Thursday night of the mills minister, altho she was a Baptist X your article in the Crittenden o. Moss and Clyue J .;. of the at Pleasant Prairie, including she had not moved her member-repair- s X uecoru-rres- s ami ueemea it so Paducah engineering depart- to broken glass in cities ship. She was a member of X SEE THEM IN OUR SHOW WINDOWS .superior to any any other article ment. .. W. Holmet, superin- along the lake shore and in this Liberty church in Lyon county, X appearing in the various papers tendent of the Paducah water vicinity, brings the figure to Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 1 JJ of the state that I incorporated j)lant is consulting engineer. A 52,500,000. Lewis returned home Friday, M it in this Bulletin. survey of the town has just been lhe olhcials of the powder .after remaining with her ten J I trust you will pardon my using macie and the system will have XXXXXXXXXXXX company announced that they days during her last illness. it without your written consent about 10.000 fput of mains: would pay nothing for shattered Her little boys were taken by but it of so much value to the The waterworks will be oper nerves unless the victims can their grandmother, Mrs. Sam challenging the respect of our Ninty Nine Years for John R.ley public that I did not care to risk ated from a gravity reservoir win suits in court. In cases Crayne of Lyon countv. At .'o'clock Tuesday evening your refusing me the privilege." located at the top of the hill All this can be done, and done where persons whoso property the jury in case of the Common- . Water southeast of Dawson. quickly if we unite our energies was damaged refuse to accept a wealth against John Riley, ' will be pumped from three wells and at small cost. cash settlement, the powder Chautauquans Present The Art Exhibit. brought in a verdict of guilty and the pressure will almost Are you with us? Of course company will make the repairs lor tne Killing or ms brother,! The date for the Turner Alt' equal thatof the Paducah system. Some Crying Needs. you are. at its own expense. Ed Riley, and his punish-- j Exhibit ,ms been posponed from The wells have been bored and Chautauquans. ment We are not suffragettes, nor years in the March 22 to March 30 Beginn- - the water pronounced excellent at ninety-nin- e even suffragists, but common State penitentiary, ing March 30 it will continue by experts. Dawson is taking Mrs. Cole Win3 Diamond. sense tells us that a few im- -' Oklahoma Farm Land For Sale. three days.. The Exhibit will on its spring attire and great In the voting contest for the provemunts are needed in Marion be hold in the Auditorium from preparations are being made for ADDITIONAL LOCALS I will be in Marion until after diamond ring given away to the and if we never ask for them we y in the after- this season's business at this three to April 1st. most popular lady in Mannsville, will never get them. Don't forget Byron W. King, noon and from seven-fiftee- n to popular health resort. John Wilborn of Ada, Okla. Maich29. and the Art Exhibit at the Rock Hall in this city last First A way to locate a fire y at night. On SaturSaturday night by the Plant when the alarm is given and March 30 to April 1. Auditorum. day April 1. the Exhibit will When Dawson Springs can do Juice AdvcriH.ig Company, Mrs. thus save men and women a lot Upworth League Program Kev. and Mrs. Grant Hughes open at one o'clock in the after- such things, why not Marion, Susie Cole received the largest of needless anxiety. which is a hundred per cent were blessed with the addition noon. in Transition. .Second- - A park where both Subject--Korenumber of w.'js and the ring. This will be a rare opportunity better town in every way. Ed of .". daughter to their household There were several young ladies young and o d may go for luth Leadei Miss Velda Hicklin. last Wednesday night. for all art lovers. Let the Opening Song. nominated, but the race soon relaxation and fresh air. children come and get ideas of John Wilborn of Ada, Okla-- ; beauty narrowed down to only two con-- j Third A taller chimney for Prayer. that will affect them Items From Providence homa, is here on a visit. He is testaiits. Mrs. Cole and Miss' the incinerator or else condemn Girls Quartet. their whole lives. Enterprise. Scripture Lesson John IV. .interested in some attractive Pearl Rich. The vote stood. 'it as a public nuisance. Catalogues may be had at the ' Fourth-- A new depot for References and Quotatations. donls in Oklahoma land, for Miss Rich, 3,S(iO; Mrs. Cole, F. A. Casner. W. M. Payne, school house at three-thirt- y necessity, Boys Quartet. wishing to remove there. every day 7,400. -- Mannsville Telegram. ..Marion, an and Oscar Yarbrough were in ihet hefonj the Exhibit. d as the old one has its Announcements. Marion Monday on business, Season tickets 50 cents. Walter McConnell accompained W. N. Cullen, of Repton, was usefulness and no longer accom- Benediction. CAvrir nnrl hu hie Single admission 15 cents. Attention Farmers. modates the traveling public. of his brother, Z. B. QooC?srt.,feithe-gues- t , ohiUi-oi Arrvr,Qn ir.o The next regular quarterly A Fifth -- A general spring clean- Cu"en' Su,nay' left Sunday for Elnora, Ind., 'School children,' Single admission Hurrah! For Venner, leeting of the Crittenden county ling and sanitation for the town Mrs. F. W. Loving, of Dcyiver ' 10 cents, where on Tuesday he was united 'Farmers Union" will be in and vicinity, and the placing of Illinois Central Has Clean Colo., who has been visiting in marriage to Miss Ethel Marion Ky., on Thursday and the long deferred waste baskets Mrs-'- . Sallie Williams, left today Record For 1910. Trenary. Friday, the 13th and 14th of on the street corners. for a visit to friends at Marion Dedicated To G. H. Foster. April, 1911. A full attendance Chicago, Maach 22. (Special) Now that the projects are Mrs. Margaret Wright left, a id Paducah. is desired. Business of very launched, (by the women we The Illinois Central railroad Monday afternoon for Morgan- If a f aimer does his joy riding Dennie Hubbard, manager of great importance will be brought: hope the good citizens may cany transported 30,72S,211 passen-- , field to visit her two sons, Ed- - on a manure spreader this time the Providence Department before the convention. Be sure 'them to completion, thereby gers in 1.110 without a fatality, ward and Mai ion Smart, She of year he will have more money Store, left Sunday for the big and elect delegates in timeadding to the comfort of the The road has a clean surburban will return the latter part of the next fall to buy gasoline for joy mercantile centers to purchase Resp.. J. W. Rascoe, Pres. people, arousing civic pride and record for fifty-fiv- e 'week. riding in hisautumobile. years. new goods for the store. DUPONTS $2,500,000 SPECIALS SATURDAY x Frazer Complimented. DAWSON SPRINGS er ONLY .4 HAND PAINTED UIILO ftMfi ,.!. v.....' M-n-- -- 1 : $1.50 Values 79cfl g M. E. ( j vw . FOHS. , "Jk0XXXXXX ' h.d j j five-thirt- j nine-thirt- a i 35-3- 5. .ih-ol- ut out-live- hrnf-Vio- i t snni n J"1'' ! ( - , ' IWMCWMMlrKM fS5? Js . fcs&M V w; . .V a if c22gi .a?:'-- , i sa - ftTft ki u to e ftr iisriM Ed m f 'jmummm &.mVArriMs$ m vA, .A . rrt i r -- vxvj r i. '. it llLJmr 'jjr.H. Fj7 LISTEN! Kirschbaum Clothes Surely you line of funning fripra pv.. filLff OB llilill llii!ililiJ fjf o ur Selections The American Wiiffl o Lady Corset! zh . vn fiFirfei&sffi s k. li-a- r m&v lp k m n & m u t: . Jim - J $L rr j v njll. nr 9t" sense. Clothes. Don't We spent the whole ol last week in Cincinnati selecting our new line of goods for Spring and Do yon know them? never before did we find the Market so full of You Need Not envy your neighbors figure, not at all. IP ar do, for it Is the swellcst urn life Clothing out of Baltimore. Our Spring Suits for Men are now here. beautiful goods. This season is to be a season of new things, especially in Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods and Neckwear. Probably she wearing an Just see to it that m w till American Lady Corset and you can too. you get the right model for your individual figure in Make your dollars have waste your good money buying Bad that Come in and let us show you the new styles Lots of new Silks for waists in Plaids, Stripes and Polkadots. Lots of new Lots of new are full of Snap, Style and Ginger. individuality of Foulards for Dresses American Lady Corsets Boys Clothing Boys we have taken care of ou. We have for you all the new styles in Split Peg Knickerbockers. VI 1 Wash Silks This is one way of expressing the Lots of new Linen for Waists and Suits Lots of new Neckwear In Kirschbaum clothes. ( COME ON BOYS! Let us show you. If we fact everything new. can't trade it may enable yo to get the price right some where else. 300 Suits to select from, ranging in price from $6 to $20. McConnell & Nunn, Cash Store. Lots of new Lots' of new Lots of new Lots of new In Knickerbocker Suits Odd M Pants Caps Ties up-to-da- tact everything that is new and te. ' K&tii V 'iyvi "t M t2Jfe:!.ir? Yt rVJfert' A tfJ i&&l$$M&&. ;5j.i,BW,5fp"-''";ji,rt- J ",W : ..? W N ? B INFLAM- T. Y. ORDWAY, HKKKDISK OF (ounty V Qk STARR (Delayed from last, week.) Uncle Buck Corley is on the sick list, Mrs. Joe Wilson is very poorly at HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL CURE ECZEMA MATION AND Jrostnn. Town. Saddle & Harness Horses. iiCdLidtlErf' I. Fi medl-eine- 1it'"MMi . -. FREDONIA, KY. J Do you know : ws in nimoco ruoiiiVE.L.1 ie.uilm Givtu all. nnnoFc nvciTitrri v nrmcrrnrn this writing. J. A. Pickens and daughter, of Tribune, attended church at Pincy Fork last Saturday. Come again Bro. Pitk-en- s we are glad to have you in our "We Prove It" Cared by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. a long time with inllannnation, pain.. " I was troubled for in my siuc, sick headaches and I had tas ken so many that I was Kft Iaw. HnPtV ' VBi V V - FT l t thought I would never get well. A Cambell March 17, 1908. menu toiu me or. Lydia E. Pinkham'.i KING discouraged and colds are by far the most dangerous? It is not the cold itself that vou need to fear, hut the serious I will stand at my stables during season of 1011, the following diseases that it often leads to. Most well bred and well known stock, as a standard of excellence. of these are known as germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption are among CHESTER DENMARK 1950. them. Why not take Chamberlain's This fine horse was sired by Washington Denmark No. (541, he Cough Remedy and cure your cold a:) dealers. by Gainer Denmark No. bT his dam was Annie D. No. 4624, she while voit can? Tor sale by by Barbon King No. 174(5. Chester Denmark is a bay and scores 84 points, 16 2 hands high, fine saddle & harness horse, and (JI.KN DAliK registered in the American Roadster Register Vol. II, by J. H. (Delayed from last week.) that of all of the minor To Raisers M Breeders Of Fine Stock, ailment: 1-- Notwithstanding the unfavorable pound and it restored me to health. W ft ' I have no more pain, rav nerves aro stronger and I can do my own work. Lydia E. l'inkhr m'a Yegetable. Compound cured ni3 aitr Terything else had faiied, and I recommend it to other suffering women." Mits. Wm. Skals, CO.' W. Howard bt, reston, Iowa. Thousands of unsolicited and genu-intestimonials like the above prove he efficiency of Lydia E. riiikliatn's Tegetahle Compound, which is made exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from those disGEORGE 2957. tressing ills should not lose sight of these, facts or doubt the ability of Lydia Foaled May 30, 1900. Bred by Hir Witte, Germany, Imported Vegetable Compound to I. Pinkham'shealth. by Oltmans Bros, of Watseka, 111. George is a beautiful dark restore their If vnu tvnnt snorial advice write brown, of splendid style and action, 16 2 hands high, weight tolrfrs. Piiiklmm, at Lynn, Mass. 1350 lbs. and one of the finest registered German Coach Horses in as ho will treat your strict! y confidential. For 20 years Kentucky, and a prize winner at the World's Fair. St. Louis, in e 1-- Yifflm vegotauie com- weather Sunday atternoon there was a ECLIPSE 5803. good crowd out to hear Bro. Wilson King Eclipse is a brown, 16 hands high, weight 1250 lbs, and preach, and the sermon was fine his well made, foaled April 10, 1905; bred by C. A. Jordan, Gibson, texts being Prov. 4:23. Bro. Wilson III., got by Hick Gold-dus- t, 4593, son of Hickory Joe 4592, by will preach at this place again the secBean's Hickory Boy 4169, son of Hickory Boy 1107, by Neal Dow ond Sunday afternoon in April if not providentially hindered. 1106. son of Lightfoot 1105, by Black Hawk 20, dam Pearl, bay, W. T. Terry, of Forest Grove, atbred by C. A. Jordan, got by Agitator, son of Gov. Sprague; 2nd tended church here Sundny. Ky., C. P. Cecil, Danville, dam Fleetmont, gray, bred by G. Miss Aliee Cline spent last week got by Strath more, son of Strathmont; 3rd dam Lady Mershon, with her sister, Mrs. James Wright, of bay, said to be by Gray Eagle (Cavanaugh's.) Registered Sept., near Hebron. 16, 190S. in American Morgan Register, Vol. III. been quite Bonnie Lindsey, who has sick, is much better; also Miss Cordic Butler is convalescent. letter site hr.s liccn helping slek women i this way, free of charge. Don t hesitnto write at once. FORTY-THRE- E MILES ON SOLID SALT. Lelu-- ' Weekly n the lme n the At many puiiit Pacific railroad fn'iu ew W'e-ler- ii Salt Lake C'itj tit Sou l;raiieion there not room enough in the canon for both river and railroad, ami -- olid nalN of inatmr had t be built to carry the tracks above the stream. At other points the harp curves in the canon have stMit the track Jumbo back and forth from one side io the State of Kentucky. Dam Maggie Jumbo, by Kentucky tiler on steel bridge and high tres- 3S37. Maggie Jumbo is ut of an imported jennette. Starlight tles. In huildiiig the line material uml workmen frequently had to be Jumbo is 15 hands high, black with white points, weight 900 lbs., let down on the ide of the canon and coming 3 years old. He is a fine jack for breeding purposes. j rope hundred of feet in length The foregoing described stock will make the season of 1911 at to Mart construction on nctv ictious. ta W. M. Hurley and wife and Miss Addie Franks went to Marion Saturdav (Delayed from last week.) to see Mrs. I). IL Franks before she Granulated Eye Lids for her home in Cripple Creek, left Health is very good in this section. Do not need to be cauterized or scaritij Colorado. Anyone wishing to have their picture 1901. His colts are well formed, of good style and action, and dee! What's the matter Biake e ed by a physician. Sutherland's Eagle taken or enlarged, call on W. C. Truitt Eye Salve is guaranteed to cure them possess the good qualities of the sire. has been working of late like he without pain. It is harmless and a Fords Ferry, Ky , the photograph man means business. W. T Fowler has moved his sawEAGLE. sure cure for granulated lids. 2."i cent Gordon Winders passed throught this tubes at all dealers. mill near Weston. Eagle is a Steele gray, 15 hands high, has as fine bone and body neighborhood Sunday enroute home F. W. Crowell lost a fine hi.rso last as any jack. His colts have exceptionally fine style and bone. from Sheridan. week. t t Tt Ttl !! 11H It Ill SEVEN SPRINGS tie was sired11uy tfrauiy, a uiacK jacK, ne ny vvmtseii s miiiip, a Jim Moore is improving nicely and Wheat is looKing fine in thi section. blue-gras- s jack. The dam of Eagle was sired by Marion with the aid of crutches can walk some. black (Delayed from last week.) The Ohio liver is falling fust at this Walker's fine black jack Mike, one of the best strains of jacks in As usual several from this section is in very poor Linvel Holomsm writing. Kentucky. attended County Court Monday. health at this writing. Riggs Hughes was in town one day J( hn Henry died ut the residence of Prayer meeting everv Sabbath afSTARLIGHT JUMBO. last week. ternoon. All who can, should attend. his mother in this vicinity Thursday Starlight Jumbo was foaled Nov. 6th, 190S. Sired by Bob S. G. Ford has a fine young horse His remains were interred spent birthday morning Hughes, well known as one of the best breeding jacks ever in the Miss Nannie Moore Claiu Moore, of at Caldwell Springs thi following day for sale. niece, Miss T-hV 1 1 1 . Why waste time and services. with greasy salMr. .nd Mrs. Edward Woodall, of Creek, attended church at Piney ves and lotions, trying to drive Piney the eczema germ from underFork Sunday. neath the skin when the Hay-n- es Misses Ida and Etia Crider pnd Hat-ti- e & Taylor Drug Store gaar-ante- es McMican attended services here ZEMO, a clean liquid Saturday and Sunday. preparation for external use to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bradley visited rid the skin of the germ life D. F. S. Crider of near Marion Mon that causes the trouble? One apday and Monday night of last week. plication will relieve the itching Misses Beuluh, Ruth and Tommie and often times one bottle is sufAustin attended church here Sunday ficient to cure a minor case of nnd syent the afternoon 'with Mr, eczema. Tackwell's family. ZEMO is sold by druggists Master Raymond Boucher is visiting everywhere and in Marion iby Haynes & Taylor and the will at V. C. Crayr.e's this week. Our merchant, J. S. Crayne, is fill tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean, simple ing his house with new and treatment ZEMO and ZEMO goods. as the soap are recogonized J. L. Hunt and wife wore the guests cleanest and most popular treatof Abe Hunt Saturday night an Sun ment for eczema, pimples, danday. druff and all other forms of skin Mn. Belle Andrews is visiting her or scalp affections whether on s ns, Monroe nnd Elvis, in Paducah infant or grown pel son. Will this week. you try ZEMO and ZEMO soap and There will he prayer meeting here on our recommendation every Saturday night from now on guarantee of satisfaction or through the summer. Come over and your money bac? Haynes & Taylor Drug Store. help us. No deaths, hitths or marriages to report this week. OTOSSl M HUMJK g money-experimentin1 with her Siloam. Friday March 10th. Miss Willie Thomas went to Marion shopping last Friday. in Tolu The measles are raging in this locali ty. Several families have them. T. W. Wofford and son, George, were in Fords Ferry last week. i. A Write or phone Mrs. J. B. Carter, Marion, Ky. 4 t ISL Wells drew the luck) business." number that secured the society quilt. Geo. Kinsolving, of the Emmaus vicinity, went to Paducah Friday to havi Mrs. T. J. Vate.s, of Princeton, was performed on his eve. the guest of her brother, P. K. Cook-sc- hii He was accompanied to that pluce in last week. his father. Rev. J. C. Kinsolving. Mr. M. It. Charles and children are M L. Pat ton is in recespt of a letter visiting in Fredonia. from!. J. Wiiwr at Richmond, Va. Mrs. Marvin Aikin, of Nashville, is Mr. Wring is ttavelitig salesman for visiting her father, Dr. .1. M. Graves. the Lax-Fo- s .Met.Ldiio Co., and nays Miss Nona Cotharn, of Puducan, is ho doing a good business. visiting her aunt, Mrs. Carrie Bradley, this week. Iliis 't!i!i: i,; ut h'lRiuls. Until further notice we wHl Emmett Bennett, of Metropolis. III., How would you lir.e tn number youi give 50cts. for white corn shuckdiviis prompt Knliel is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Mattie fih'nds ti, the millio s as Bueklen's Wadlington. ed and delivered at our mill. Wm. 11. Douglas. ,Ji, of WashingIt abounding Arnica S;.lvc do-.Mrs. Will Loyd and little daughter, cures in the pas' fo'ty ytars made ton, I). J., says: I ta g t f Marion Milling Co. Succeed when everything else fails. Lucile, of Print-to- n, are visiting rela- teem. lis the ! m S.ilvu in ih word in informing you have used Dr. In nervosa prostration and female Pine-Ta- r tives at this place. Honey, and it, gave me Bell's o:: inn, bums, i i s, for sores, weaknesses Xhiy are t'..e supreme remedy, as thousands l.avu testified. almost instant relief. e, ey s, spiaiis, scalds, cuts, em ns, A parly of young people, from FOR SIDNEY, LIVER AND attended the entertainment swellings, In .list , cold sons. Has no STOMACH TROUBLE equal for pins. Scents at Hn.vne rt Saturday night. it 13 the best medicine ever sold Taylor's and J. II. Orme's, Manon, Ky One large red cow, a good Mrs. Robert Jackson and little over a Iruggist's counter. daughter. Jennie, of Fredonia, are vis milch and butter cow for iting relatives here. Why do they buy fertilizer? For S. C. R. I. Reds, Bnff Or. sale. trice. $35,00. The cow Oscar Scarherry and Miss Imogone the laud's sake. phingtons, Barred Rocks and will please you, if you are in FOR SALE Wiggington, of Fiedutiia, were in Too man) men mistake conpicu-"I'.sn- c White Leghorns. Pure bred need of one. For further. House and lot in Marion, on town Tuesday. is for grcatnes. call or write, Walker street, spendid neighborGeorge Yancey was in Fredonia vigorous farm raised stock. paticulars, hood. House has 8 rooms, hall Sunday. W. S. LOWERY, Eggs from each pen, $1.00 The less luck a man has the more and three porches, large lot, Marion, Ky. well fenced. Two wells, stable, Mrs. Charles P.itlon is very ill with he believes in it. 15. per necessary all outbuildings, lagrippe this week. -- turnings glad to say, if you consider good blood in horses (and it shows as At lat after ctidle irul twi.sts in lighting Us way through 1 mile. of the canon the track much in horses as it does in people) you can not afford to pass come out into the broad valley at without taking a chance, and remember the chance costs you abroville." over which lour coitrt'e age the Feather River ha poured solutely nothing if you don't get something. I try to treat all cbri from it mountain alike and fair, and promise to do all in my power to deliver the So much gold did the river bring goods. Give me a chance and I'll appreciate it and can't down that the oil down to the solid desired bedrock is being dug up b degree believe you will ever reget it. Mares from a distance kept reasonLarge able. My motto is "No Colt No Pay." kiul washed for its gold. tracts of land given over In olivis On Saturday Sept. 2nd 1911, I will give a colt show for the foals ranges and oilier fruits are heme ovv toin to nieces in the ceaseless of 1911. Will offer three liberal prizes for three best colts sired hunt for gold, which is heing i mid in such iiiautitie that the turner by any one of my three stallions, Chester Denmark, King Eclipse, are beginumg to rival in tilth wealth or George. the pio'ieer in the gold lield of the A 1st prize for the best colt by either stallion. State. In contrast to this long stretch of A 2nd prize for 2nd best colt by either stallion. canon cenery is the great alt desert A 3rd prize for the third best colt by either stallion. through which the new road nui One prize for the best mule colt by either of my jacks. leaving Salt Lake t'itv Tin. leert i i.ty miles long and fifteen miles I shall conduct this show on a fair and honest basis, by wide, composed of rock all ''" per three, honest, out-o- f town, and disinterested parties for judges. cent. pure. Right through the center of it the Now I expect to continue thee colt shows each fall, so keep engineer- - of the road ran their lines, your colt in good condition and continue to breed with T. Y. ORDmile- - there i not and for .'ortv-si- s a curve in the tracks. The tie are WAY. if you haven't tried him, get in the BAND-WAG- ON and laid on a bed of olid alt two or always be happy. three feet above the level of the plain. Yours to Please. The alt look like a field of ice and snow and it i difficult for the travT. Y. ORDWAY. eler to realise that hi train - not aing through a wintrv cene of the I ar Nonh. WANTED CORN Wagon road are cvervwher" inipo--ilil- c. my stable in Fredonia, Ky., at $10. to insure living foal, and I am Mrs. Frank Jacobs last week. viited Charlie and Levi Ramsey day for St. Louis, Mo. Born to the wife of Urvin Polk, a fine baby girl. relatives If you have trouble in getting rid of Mrs. Lizzie Kinsolving, of Emmaus, your cold you may know that vou are left Mon- visited relatives here last week. treating it properly. There is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and it will not if you take For Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy. ale by all dealers. tatnee. One man in our neighborhood became so anxious to contribute some thing to the building of the church John Sickelsmith, Greensboro, Pa., here, that he got on his horse and rode has three children, and like most chil- over to one of our committeemen and dren they frequently take cold. "We gave him S30.00. We know his name have tried several kinds of cough med- and would tell if called on. Many icine," he says, "but have never found thanks for such donations as this. any yet. that did them as much good as Miss Julia P.itton visited her brother Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." For near Caldwell Springs Sunday. sale by all dealers. Rev. IL G. Hughes filled his appointment at this place Saturday nnd DYCl'SHI'IlU. preached a very interesting sermo- n(Delayed from last week.) using as a text St. Luke 2:4'.), wt rds The entertainment given by the of the fxt "And He said unto them, 'Willing Workses' Saturday night was how is it that you sought me, wist e enjoyed by every one present. not that I musf. be almut my Father's Mrs. SHADY CllOYK. (Delayed from last week.) There are quite a number in this section re on the sick list. s Born to Mr. and Mrs. Crowe, a .bouncing big boy Saturday, March 4th; and to the vme of" Sunday night, March Gth, two fine girls, which were-- chrlstianed Misses-Maudand Mayme Stevens. haing J. R. Frank Easley Thursday. was in Providence y, opi-ratio-n W. H. Towery was in Providence on, v business Friday. -- -- James Smith, of Hopkins county, passed through here enroute home from Cave Spring section, accompanied by his sister-in-laMiss Connie Williams. Saturday. George D. Kemp and wife, of Iron Hill, were guests of their auut, Mrs. Sophia Towery, who is very ill at this L -- lEIec&rlcf e 1 mm:es ? uk-eis- . Cardwell, wife and grandLaura Uttcrbuck, were gue.ts of Euwell Devers, of near Thursday and Friday. George Roberts, of Iron Hill, passed through this section enroute to ProviDal-ton, writing Joseph daughter, Pmk-neyvill- dence Monday. FOR SALE. Better Than Ever, Albert East and family are guests of relatives aind friends here this week. Will Davis and James Hopkins are attending Circuit court at Princeton this week. Shady Grove has a complete telephone system. Why not have our field of mineral developed? Attacks School Principal. I When Baby was sick, Castorta. When she was achild, Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had children, she gave them When you have rheumatism in foot or instep apply Chamberlain'! Liniment and you will get quick relief. we gaye her It costs but a quarter. Why suffer! For sale by all dealers. she cried for various kinds of fruit. Also good J. C. Griffin is erecting a fine livery When you see a mountain horse and buggy for sale. stable which will be quite an addition stays right where it is. J. S. McMurray. to this place. your J Dr. Bell's Kills a Murderer. Pine-Tar-Honey i For Coughs and Colds. Wanted: First-Clas- s A few white 2in Plymouth Rock one year old For Sale: A merciless murderer is Appendicitis is a dashing brunette or a girl of with many victims, but Dr. King's the period a punctuation girl? New Life Pills killed it by prevention. They gently stimulate stomach, liver a weak woman may be able and bowels, preventing that clogging' that invites appendicitis, curing Con-- 1 to put up a strong argument. A severe attack on school principal, pas? it fjhas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thua t0,d by hm ,.por more lhan writes, "I suffered ; three years, " ho The less a woman's hat looks like indescribable torture from rheumatisaa, one the better she likes it. liver and stomach trouble and diseased All remedies failed till I used , kidneys. - CaUria. . tf Oak lumber. J. N, BOSTON cockerels and pulletts. $1.00 S. M. Jenkins. Kentucky. each. Marion, stipation, Headache, Biliousness andi Chilb. 25 cents at Haynes & Taylor's Why is the man whose opinion i and J. H. Orme's, Marign, Ky. cannot be turned called a crank? Electric Bitters, but four bottled "of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such results are common. Thousands bless them for curing n ach trouble, female complaints, kidaey disorders, biliousness, and for new health and vigor. . Try them. Oaly ifc eents at Haynes & Taylor aid J. H. Orme's, Marion, Ky stem-Eve- , i F" Wi -. '?;. Hi ft- - r, tfw4t-fis.- ?:&&. .CJ .vv 3iFWh&;fk flftafcuSas W ,.'PItfW "S. a , THE CONTENT AND MOTIVE OF THE ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM. ). STON'K. By Daviess Co. The Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has fceea m uso for over 30 years, h3 borne the signature of and has becu made under hts per-jj'J'- Jts sonnl supervision since its infancy. Just-as-good" All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trillo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. -- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates th Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Sears the Signature of ALWAYS (2L&$fffl&u The EM You Have ). Always Bought STREET. NCWtORK CfT Use For Over " COMPANY T MUftHAY 30 Years. ES5ESS5Zw3SESI thriving Salem is now a Metcalfe's Hopkinsville launlittle city dry is as much a Marion enter- -' delivering on account of the farmer It - comtheir tobacco. prise as if it were really in town ing i" !' hundred-- , of thousands of pound every week, and the street-ar- e and it does the best work. crovvdo.l from early morn till late Roy Gilbert, Agent, in the night with the loaded wagons liu-tlm- j Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Coughs and Colds. Notice to Creditors. It i dumping thousands of dollars into the already prosperous banks of Salem. The merchants all have a great, long smile on their face that won't come otT Livingston of tohacco. Manner. Dr. Dell's parties havinj? claims against the assigned estate of A sudden attack of Cholera Morbus is n tke Albany Mining and Invest-iae- dangerous. Keep Dr. Bell's a instantCompany are hereby noti- at hand,alsodose relievns almost Crampi, ly. It cures Diarrhoea. fied to file same on or before the Flux and all Bowel Complaints. 15th day of May, 1911, properly verified as required by law. with RAILROADS IN KENTUCKY. Ail Anll-Pal- n nt Anti-Pai- Wilholt. of the Commission, has shows total milein Kentucky for 1910 to be 3,G2 part of the assigned estate. miles; miles operated gross receipts, $46,778,004; net receipts, $17,-- 4 William E. Stbphenson, 9G.S39; Assignee of the Albany Mining S14.05S. tangible valuation per mile, JMt. and Investment Company. The total revenue derived from freight operation was $34.29S,792; from passengers, $9,939,294, and total from all sources, $4G,77S,004. The The Colds That Hang On total operating expenses were Are readily cured by Dr. Bell's Pine-TAccidents to persons, 1910, a folHoney. It relieves the cold and lows: is only one stps the cough. There Employes killed, 12. genuine. Employes injured. l.lfiO. Passengers and others killed. 114. Passengers and others injured. li.ti-H- ; $29,-2S1.1C- 5. W. N. Russell, Marion, Ky., or Rate Clerk Roy else the claimant will be deemed Kentucky Railroad to have waived his right to any filed his report. It age There has been a spirit of unrest in regard to matters of education from the vcrj beginning of our public school system. This spirit of unFur Croup rest has been the result of our inadequate educational system, in- Dr. Bell's r Honey is the best asmuch as it does not furnish such known remedy. Do not experiment mental development as can be pr.ic get the genuine Dr. Hell'h r ticed in rural life. This spirit of unHoney. rest is still in operation, trying to develop the schools into institutions that will more fully mcjt the needs of the mass. ;nr a long time it was "NO RIGHTS AGAINST ihe secondary schools that received THE LAW OF GOD.' .Mention of the educators, but im attention has shifted to the elementary schools as well This spirit of Cardinal Gibbons Preaches on Evils unrest spread from (lermany to of Divorce. and tilt nee to niertca, where such men as Dr. G. Stanley Hall, Ur. Win. T. Harris, Col. Kraneis Y Baltin ore March 22. In his er Parker. Pres. Chas. V. Flliot and numbers of others were eager to moil, delivered at the Cathedral this irra-- p the "ntw learning" as it were, morning, (.animal Gibbons spoke and demand something in our schools tronglv against the evils of divorce. that s,i be real and vital, lather ' saying in part: than attilicial or indifferent. "If Christianity is the highest type There is a general agreement as of civilization and who can deny it the most important fin datncittal pri then is it not true that we are eiples underlying our educatioiii.l retrograding instead of advancing on structure. It is only when 've as in- certain lines? dividuals put the principles into prac"Tin re is a social scourge more tice, that a serious, inadequacy is dis- blighting and more destructive of covered The purpose of the school familj life than Morinonism. It is has been clearly stated and almost the fearfully increasing number of diuniversally accepted. In actual prac- vorce mills throughout the United tice the work has not competed with States. These mills, like the mills of the stated purpose of the school. It, the gods, are slowly but surely seemingly, has not recognized the grinding to powder the domestic alfact that its present stated develop- tars of the nation. Husband and ment dis not meet the requirements wife art separatcid on the most flimsy iii future citizenship. pretexts. And as if the different As our schools do not meet the States of the Union were not suffdemands of the mass for rural citi- iciently accommodating in this respect, zenship, they find instead, work bet- one State has the unenviable distincter suited and practically fail to en- tion of granting a bill of divorce for ter a higher mental development in the mere asking of it on the sole conWith the dition of a brief sojourn within her the secondary schools. proper adjustment of elementary borders. courses, a great mass of the boy and "A lady, prominent in society life, j;irls, who leave before high school once said to me in Newport: 'I do age, would enter high school and not recognie any law, human or dimuch better prepared to meet the vine, that can deprive a husband or strenuous problems with which they wife of the right to separate and to are sure to come in contact. To enter a fresh espousal when they do reach the great mass of pupils or not live in harmony rather to keep them in school, is the "'You speak.' I replied, 'of jour problem that we are now facing. To rights, jour privileges. But you have solve this problem, consists in the not a word to say of your duties and placing of such subjects in the cur- obligations.' "Ah, my brethren, if men and riculum as will give the pupils such information as can be put into prac- women had due consideration for I.y this. I do not mean to their duties and responsibilities their tice. augment the curriculum, but to elim- rights would take care of themselves. inate such that is not practicable and There can be no rights where there are m corresponding obligations. insert practicable ones. To continue the nearly same sub- There are no rights against the law wish to repeat tljat it would of God " ject. be inexpedient to add anything to our ovtr-fucurriculum without some elimination. Iietter to relax the impractical part and introduce some SKIN ERECTIONS practical subjects. Let's have a filtering out of some subjects; or portions of subjects. o that we may teach the essentials far better. Let lis introduce agriculture and industrial arts, etc j Whether On Infant Or'jGrown Our schools, for the most part, Persons Cured By Zemo have been inadequate, from the- fact that the minor school- - have been deAnd Zemo Soap. pending or arranging their course of study to suit or meet the needs of the larger school-- , rather than for the good of their own environment. The Haynes & Taylor Drug They, perhaps, have been dominated by "their obligations to the larger Store says to eyery person, be it ones, inasmuch as the students could not enter the secondary schools un- man, woman or child, who has less they had done a certain kind and an irritated, tender or itching prescribed course of study. By these skin to come to our store and means the development of the smallprocure a bottle of ZEMO and a er schools was prevented. Pine-TaPine-TaKng-l.i'ij t, ! their personal habits. (Continued.)' hould be a model. "Happy is the man who.- habits are his friends." It were weii if all persons before becoming instructors would attend to - DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N AlAGAZINE "Written S Yon Caa Understand II" MECHANICS Every rr f Month For Internal and' External Pain. NOTICE. 400 Articles 250 Pages ti 300 Pictures For the next thirty days I will offer special low prices on shoes in order to get room for new goods coming in. Be sure and come quick, if yon want bargains. J. H. PORTER. A wonderful fitorvof the PrnffrrM nf thi Morhan. ic.il Age. Instructive, but more fascinating than any fiction. A magazine for Bankers, Doctors, wycrs. Teachers. Farmers. Huslness Men, Mechanics. Has 1,200.000 readers every month. Interests everybody. When you see one jou understand why. Ask the man who reads it. lour newsdealer will show you one; or write the puhlNhers for a free sample copy. The "Shop Notes" Dent. Near I. C. railroad crossing. There Is Only That One Pine-Tar '-- p, thinRs How to make repairs, and articles for home and shop, etc. "Amateur Mechanics" furniture, wireless, boats, engines, magic, and all the dungs a boy loves. fl.SO per iter, tirglt copies IS cents 223 is Dr. Bell's. It is the origmal and can be relied on in croup, coughs, colds and all lung and bronchial trouASK YOUR NEWSDEALER OrAddi-ePOPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINK bles. Look for the bell on the Bottle. JSs; Honey. Whin.'.on it,. Chicago .': 4,1 CRYSTAL ! NUMBERS." Tell lis not in idle jingle "marriage is but an empty dream;" for the the girl is dead that's iiu;le. and things are not what they ceiii. Life is real, life is earnest, single blessedness a lib: "Man thou art, to man "has been spoken of the rib. Not enjoyment and not sorrow is our destined end or way, but to art that each finds us nearer marriage da j'. Life is long and youth is fleeting, and our hearts, though light and gay, still like pleasant drums are beating wedding marches all the day fn the world's broad fields of battle, in the bivouac of life, not like dumb driven eattle be a heroine a wife! Trust no future, however pleasant: let the dead past bury its dead; act aet m the living present, heart within and hope ahead. Lives of married folks remind us we can live our lives as well, and, departing leave behind us such examples as shall "tell" stich examples that another, wasting time it' idle 'sport, a forlorn, unmarried brother seeing, shall lake heart and court. Let us, then, be up and doing, with a heart on triumph set: still contriving, still pursuing, and each one a husband get --- 'TELL US NOT IN MOURNFUL ORPINGTONS. th Here we are with Crystal White Orpingtons. Kellerstras strain just what you will be looking for in the spring. Choi cockerels for breeding in botk matings, $1.00 up. Pairs $.H to S10.00. Eggs in season at $i.50, $3.00 and $5.00 for fiftee. Write us. M. E. SHEWMAKER, R. R. No. 4, box 12 Marion, Ky. Southern Slope Poultry Farm. 30 .'!m p The mot common cause of insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cowect these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by all dealers. n NEW SHOP, NEW MAN, Al Easley has taken charge of the Adams shop on north College street, and will be ready for all kinds of repair A Fierce Night Alarm 1 ll I - is the hoarse, startling cough of a child suddenly attacked by croup. Often it work, black tmxiretl Lewis Chamblin, of Mancheshorse shoeing, Monday, M?r. ter, 0.. R. R. No. 2 for their four 20th. He is a good workchildren were greatly subject to croup. "Sometimes in severe attacks," he man and guarantees satisfacwrote "we were afraid they wiuld die, tion in all departments Give but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, him a trial. we have no fear. We rely on it for coup and for coughs, colds or any The le-- s people know about you throat or lung tixxifle." So do thous-aafl- s the more friends vou will have. of others. So may jou. Asthma, By Fever, La Grippe, Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c may The proud peacock of y ami $1.00. Tiial bottle free. Sold by be onlv a feather duster Bayaes & Taylor and J. H. Orme. smithing and 1 to-da- COMPARES WOODROW WILSON TO LINCOLN Ollie James Speaks at Kentucky Banquet in New York. So many men convince themselves that they have a special dispensation to sin when they are in trouble and then blame it on the devil after wards. - ar For Sale At A Bargian. S17. Shares in a concern, doing business which will pay a splendid dividend and double your money within one year. Absolutely safe, sound and legitimate. Investigation solicited. For full paticulars, Address, lows: Total killed. 1910, 150. Total injured, 1910, 1,977. Compared with year 1909. as fol- Employes killed. 20. Employes injured, 1,155. Passengers and others killed. 117. Passengers and others injured, 192. Increase, 1910. employes killed 22. Increase, 1910, passengers and others killed, 3. Increase 1910, passenger" and others injured, 625. David C. Loveless, Salem, Ky. 200,000 TUBES The Leader of Them 1 LIBERAL Of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salv were sold in 1808 and not one word of complaint, though every tube was sold under a positive guarantee. It is good for nothing but the eyes. Ask vour druggist. MERIDIAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Indianapolis, - - Indiana. Guaranteed Policies With great part of the arithmetic that is now taught in the school would naturally come to the student without the" aid of teacher or school if s a we would only be patient. rule too many things are taught to the boy while "in school that will never be of Use to him elsewhere. It has also been suggested that adjustment is needed in language as well as arithmetic. One of the chief functions of the elementary school i to give the child a desire for reading, and an appreciation of good literature. To train in the use of simple and correct language is indeed a necessity. Hut above all else the boy or man who is not a lover of good books, who does not put himself in touch with the best literature and who does not draw inspiration, enthusiasm and power, has been robbed of the best that the school can give. That these may be wrought out to fulfill the law of individual activity, and to have their effect in making or there marring human happiness,, must be expression. We cannot know what a man's thoughts arc, or his ideals or his character, except as these are made known to us through his words and acts. His true thoughts, his real character, may not be expressed always, but something that has been thought and felt in him shows forth in expression. A cake of ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satisfied with -(- Special.) results, come back and get your AtNew York, March 21. banquet of the seventh annual money. So confident are we of the Kenluekiaiis at the Hotel the effiacy of this clean, simple Maa, "i men and women listened (luv, Dix, of New York, and Gov. treatment, that we make you to Wilson, of New Jersey, Representative Ollie M. James, of Kentucky, this unusual offer. VirZEMO is a clean liquid for ex- and Judge Charles I. Russell, of ginia, speak. ternal use that has cured so It was the largest dinner in the many cases of eczema, pimples, dandruff and other forms of skin eruption. JZEMO and ZEMO soap are sold by druggists every where and in Marion by Haynes & Taylor. ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest and most effective treatment for affections of the skin or scalp, whether infant or grown person. THE GREAT GUEST COMES. there While the cobbler mused, passed his pane a beggar drenched bj the driving rain; he called him in from the stony street and gave him shoes for his bruised feet. The beggar went, and there came a crone her face with wrinkles of sorrow sown: a bundle of faggots bowed her back, and she was spent with the He gave her his whench and rack. loaf and steadied her load as she took her way on the weary road. Then to his door came a little child, lost and afraid in the world so wild, Catching it in the big, dark word. up, he gave it the milk in the waiting cup, and led it home to its mother's arms, out of the reach of the world's alarms. The day went down in the crimson west, and with it the hope of the blessed Guest: and Conrad sighed as the world turned gray; "Why is it. Lord, that your feet Did vou forget that this was the day?" Then, soft, in the silence a voice was heard "Lift up vour heart, for I kept my word. Three times T came to your fricndlv door, three times mv shadow was on j'Ottr noor; I was the becgar with bruised was the woman vou pave to feet: ent: T was the child on the homeless street." EDWIN MARKHAM. de-la- "Cured vjV'83'75? SV irv i Neuralgia Pain" history of the association and wa in the nature of a Lincoln birthday celebration and a testimonial to Justice Harlan, of the United States Supreme L'ourt. The Justice was unable to attend, however, on account of illness Gov. Dix devpted the in his family. greater part of his speech to a tribute to Lincoln. "1 was born in Virginia," said Gov. Woodrow Wilson, "but 1 wish 1 had been bom in Kentucky. Being born in Kentucky seems to me to be one of the greatest compliments, that can be paid any man. Kentucky was part of the frontier of the country. Today there are frontiers in politics, and these frontier difficulties must be overcome. Bj-- so doing a new can be reached in Democracj The business of Kentucky was to drive out arbitrary power in the nation. This remains to be accomplished in politics." The Hon. Ollie M. James said in ter-rito- rj' to ru that I had a neuralgia pain in my arm for five years, and I used your Liniment for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly." Mrs. J. McGraw, 1216 Mandevillc St., New Orleans, La. x sjnr ?t 3 !?Ul' "i - HI .writiii"! 1 Md Cured Quinsy Sore Throat Mr. Henry L. Caulk, of 1242 Wilson St., Wilmington, Del., writes : "I bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me. I shall always keep a m m 4 Critically IU. Billy Padon, of Hampton, vi(ho is nearing 75 years, is very law and his many friends are very apprehensive for his ultimate recovery. He is reported as being some better at this writing and we true he will continue, to improve. He is a very prominent farmer, church mtmbcr and stockholder in several of our county banks. Thoroughly kaAt and greatly beloved by all wfc know him. Livingstone BanUncle Persistency Bonus Fund tions Guaranteed Cash Values Accumula- ner. . ., A Smooth Skin r-- PUi : J l M t iO. Heads, Chaps, Pimple?, Sores aad all unhealthy conditions of the skin are unsightly and detract from the looks. Buy a box of Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve, a creamy, snow white ointment, apply as directed and your akin will be as clear as a babe's. At all dealers in medicines. Black must admit that the garden, shop and farm would be best to furnish these Total Disability and Double Indemnity results. Dr. Elliot said. "I believe there is more value in manual labor Clause. of the arithmetic Provision than in Guaranteed Security by Deposit of Full Reserve in the schools." Again, ''I believe there is as much mental training in Complete Incontestability Provision 'manual work as in any book what soever. Grace in payment of Premiums Right of at any time The importance of the personality Right of Assignment of the teacher cannot be overestiRight to Change Beneficiary. mated. The influence of the teacher is so great upon the children under his care, either for good or eVil, that Best Recommendations it is of the utmost importance to From Insurance Authorities them as well as to himself that his personality be unexceptionable. It is An Increase of six Mi lions of the teacher's sphere to improve the community in which he moves, not Business In 1910, only in learning but in morals and everything EASY TO UNDERSTAND SAFE manners; good report. that is lovely and of The teacher E. D. KOLTINSKY, Agent. nine-tent- Vulues Guaranteed Paid-uGuaranteed Extended Insurance p Guaranteed'oan Values Dr. Dewey said, that "the curriculum should be 'so selected' and organized as to provide the material for affording the child a consciousness of the world in which he has to play his part, and the relations he has to meet." Accepting this, we T "Our friend from Virginia spoke of revision downward; that phrase has been fooled with so much that when we hear it everyone thinks it means the other waj Joe Black-buused to saj', 'I like Kentucky, it has the finest whisky, the prettiest women and the fastest horses in the world.' "Abraham Lincoln was bom in old Kentucky, we gave him to Illinois and they gave him to the nation. He was the best friend the South ever had, and I've a right to speak of the South. It was not against Abraham Lincoln that the South would inveigh, it was the scallywag and carpetbagger that murdered and pillaged in the name of liberty. It was not Sherman's march to the sea, but that miserable wretch who took advantage of the helpless, penniless and almost hopeless people, that embittered the South. If Abraham Lincoln had lived he would have nursed back the bleeding South into the Union. We do need in the United States some Abraham Lincoln, some man who is the voice of Democracy like our friend Wilson, of New Jersey." part: bottle in the house." m SLOANS LINIMENT gives instant relief irom rheu matism, lumba-go.sciatica, neu- sore throat, ralgia, croup, ton-siliti- s, hoarseness and chest pains. Prlow,25o.)SOc.t$1.00 Sloan' book oa horsef, cattle, ahaep and poultry tent free. AddreM Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Bottoa, Mm., U.S. A. 'V iHV , "?- -. "3 w " rVvvS mwsmwmmk &&&8$m&&m$m3$mmk j50S YOUR SPRING select Your aster Suit Here I Select Shoes are here. TiTTi 1 A,x f . -- f A tf l y Mi'iYiMii'Pi in1 Hi f imim m vf n m 1 Ti liv c t iMT'VaanTnai ,. Your Easter Oress Here! Spring Fashion in We tecl that wc can safely say that wc have done ourselves proud in our 1 IS? r..s Footwear YS SHOE STOCK Wc en supply every want for and CHILDREN in feel inclined to have an early SILK AND WOOL DRESS GOODS look at the new Spring Styles in Clothes, even If you are not ready to buy any. It pays Showing all the colors and weaves at a man to take enough interest in what he low prices, A fine chance to select the wears to know what other meare going to goods for your new early Dress. wear. NEW SPRING Styles in FOULARDS SILKS COLORED WOOL DRESS GOODS MEN APflD YOUKG MEM FOULARDS SATINS You Men who rSfll &. RIGHT MADE CLOTHES BLACK WOOL DRESS GOODS e UU -? the price. S2i aa KiCill best Shoes m Lv U ktl IIOV3 V..V BVl NEW STYLES NEW LASTS all Leathers Give us a Try on before you buy. Yoi; will get what you are looking for. r.'.vS are here, and ready to show to any man who wants to look at them. You'il like them when you see them. We are prepared to supply even need of every man or boy in this com- munity, not only a great variety of Fabrics, Colors, Patterns and Wears, but all the new Style Clothes by the best of clothes makers. NEW SPRING CLOTHES FOR BOYtJ AND FURNISH INGS AND HATS AND SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS MESM.INE SILKS POPLINS WASH SILKS SOISETTES TAFFETA SILKS WH'TE GOODS VOILS g SILK BARGAINS FLOUNCINGS 75 and 50 cent Silks at 39c yard ALL THE WASH FABRICS up-to-d- ate OF KINDS The most stock of Dress Goods in the County. Our prices all lower than you can buy & elsewhere id Great Stock of House Furnishing at the lowest Prices Dress Trimmings To Suit all the Dresses All Overs rlafF SERVE YOU BEST SVE because CARPETS, RO&S DRUGGETS AND LACE eURTASSS Yandell-Gugenheim MATTINGS, Laces Hosiery to fit all Bands Embroidery Novelties to suit everybody jg Braids Neckwear Belts and Ribbons IT SERVES US BEST TO DO 11 M?M!$0 Cultcrforn fircort)PrrsB a change of the manner of alter- natmg every term and alternate Marion, Ky., March. 23, 1911 every other term or four years. We would surest that the Com- mittees of the two counties get S. M. JENKINS Eaitof ms Publisher. i ' Edi--iyportu- m MQMMi GpJ I Company. t &s iPi'Piip Home twice on Surday last in the 1 Chapel erected by Miss Helen his Gould for Berea College, congregations, consisting of the and faculty and students, 'busy." citizens of the town, numbering about two thousand at each serSt. Patrick Honored. The Livingston Banner u..t.f Hehruar ,ib tawr-- d ., t miuht have said further vice. Dr. Mather also lectured of el Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Russell more, he stood for a school system on Monday morning last to the entertained Friday evening in that was fair alike to taxpayers College students on "The great- honor of the patron Saint of Ire$1.50 jier year. and pupils, giving every child in ness of Human Nature,' after76 cent fur livo month. land at their home on North 20 cents for one month. the state equal advantages: the wards being entertained at lunch, Main street. Among those bid- bill which passed the House of in company with captain Richden were Mr. and Mrs. J. II. RATKh CASH Ami RTI..ISO Representatives being largely mond Pearson Hobson, the 'hero C to rotuiisn Advrllspr tsc ptt incl' Mr. and Mrs. W. N. C to Home AiWertUerk oe tt mc4i the result of his labors. He stood of the Merrimac,' by President jOrme, rate. nls bin til - only ii .lifoi "luenaiul Klectio MUl hii- .p against graft and extravagance, and Mrs. Frost, heads of the Rochester. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur LOG(Jf hllr. Mather, Judge and Mrs. J. W. line twelvf Ul- - kx- 5 li:nu I'frinLint poiattyp- against salary grabs, and place wonderful Institution at Berea. Obltwn-t Blue, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jen)l Thank r Ctiitt I'tr Liiu Cri making. Me helped to kill the Dr. Mather sa. s that the enkoolu i.n ol Report r Ctn'i Per Line kins, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Woods governors pet project of a bond rollment at the College is by far Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dupuy, Mr. The Liinirtop Brnr.u- nays issue, stood like a stone wall the largest of any college of the and Mrs. G. M. Crider, Mr. and of our countyinan Representative against a raise in the tax rates state, and that there are over Mrs. J. G. Rochester, Mr. and and was one of the committee on fifteen hundred young men and Marion F. Pogue: G. C. Gray, Dr. and Mrs. present. Mrs. a year a?o the Dem- Rules which originated the inter- women in attendence at "More than F. W. Nunn, Mrs. Miles Flanary est bearing Warrant Bill which After spending several hours Mrs. Henri Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. ocratic County Committee of this will soon wipe out the states in Jin Louisville on Tuesday, and Gus Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ed County waived the right of Livdeitednes& and not leave a 30 declining an invitation from the Weldon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ingston to furnish the next repyear bonded debt hanging over Commercial Club to attend a Stone, Rev. and Mrs. B. W. resentative from this district in the heads of the taxpayers and special function at the Louisville Yates, and Mr. and Mrs. order to give Crittenden's brave there are many more things he Hotel, Dr. Mather journeyed to Herbert Pollard. On ar noble son a chance to be inand did for the good of the people. Irvington in Breckinridge county, To that action no protest dorsedrival each guest was given a He is one of them and don't and there delivered a lecture on from any source has ever apshamrock and after all had arknow anything else, and whats Tuesday night in the Chapel of peared. There should be none rived the hostess read an origimore he is honest which means Irvington College to the students from anywhere, because the old nal life of St. Patmore than anything else. If a and citizens of that town, a large rick,sketch of themost interesting time custom of alternating every which was man of M. F. Pogues ability and number of which turned out to two years, or every term was native genius were to take to hear him, the crowd filling the and this was responded to and not a good one. as one term does commented on by Rev. Mather graft and dishonest methods he chapel. not give a man time to even in an entertaining way. would be a most dangerous eleThis latter institution owes its know how to get to and away Each guest had come prement in our public affairs, but ' existence almost entirely to Dr. from Frankfort, more especially knowing pared to tell jokes on the nation ' him as we do we feel Mather, and is the outcome of a flwi Qr.irri fVmirjll h,1S llGOn , safe m saying, dishonesty , is, one great campaign which he made 2 which has become immortalized . .... , removed down into LaKue coun-on account of its wit and each ever repre- siiuai uu which ins puiuiuai uuiii years ago in Breckinridge Co., in one tried to out-d- o the other in ty. No better man will never founder the cause of education. Through that line, which kept up outsented any people unless possibly I 's influence the city donated a it is Big Ollie James, than bursts of laughter as each one location of fourteen acres, and a finished. He is faithful, Marion Pogue. few gentlemen joined in providearnest, honest and true to the There were many rare and racy MCCONNELL & WlCGINS ing some seven or eight thousand gems resurrected and when all interest of the great common dollars for the erection of a Col- had exhausted their store people and there is no sort of it was lege Building in which today doubt about his being able to a little uncertain as to which 114 students from various parts TONSORIAL ARTISTS succeed himself if any democrat was the winner, Rev. Mather or in Kentucky can be elected next H BATH ROOM IN CONNECTION H of the county are receiving. Judge Blue. classical, commercial, normal, fall. Marion has stood for what The hostess served most de' and musical training, according lightful refreshments consisting he thought was right on all to their tastes. Every week matters and things and there is turkey, of scalloped minced PRESS BUILDING sees the matriculation of new why the two Commitno reason biscuit, pickel, salad, beaten students, and the outlook is fruit, gelatine and cake. tees of the two counties should Dr. Mather is, very promising. not get together and take steps The house was decorated proud of the inof course, very BUSY BEE BLOCK sure, to make his nomination stitution, and looks for it to suitable to the occasion, shamor at least take steps in some rocks and evergreens being in We direction in the premises. have a great future. evidence ever where. have ndver heard of any objectMissing his connection at The occasion was enjoyed by ion to Mr. Pogue in any way, Dr. Mather returned home on Henderson on Wednesday Dr. all who attended and certainly nor have we ever heard of any Thursday last after filling sever preached at the prayer was an oasis in the sscial desert objection to the action of our al important engagements at Mather meeting service at the First which the observance of Lent Committee or that of Crittenden t tr.. j i :i.: always brings at this season. in indorsing the idea of making He reports having preached Methodist church there. ;. .r iK.mu.-kand- i j . .me-lia- . - j s - i On Friday evening, at eight o'clock, Misses Isabelle Guess and Louise Clement were at home to their friends at the residence of J. I. Clement on South Main street. All of the younger set were asked, and all responded heartily to the invitation to join in a celebration for the good old St. Patricks. The halls and parlors, of the Clement home, were filled with merry young folks. Progressive conversation was the feature of the evening. The programs being embossed with the Irish Harp and the Shamrock. At a late hour Misses Evalyn and Marian Clement served the guests with a light luncheon, consisting of astoria sandwitches tied with green cords, pickles, green and white brick cream, green cake and candies. The dining room was elaborately decorated, the color scheme of course being green; the lace curtains were covered with Shamrocks; the table was loaded with green carnations and festooned Historic Destroyed In Which Chief Justice Nunn Was Married In 1869. Wednesday, March 15th, about during a terrific wind and dust storm which had been blowing all day the news reached here that the Clement home, eight miles south of the city, where F. M. (Maj) Clement lived and died was on fire. five oclock with green garlands; the favors were truly Irsh and suitable for the occasion. Those who enjoyed this pleasant entertainment were: Mamie Mary Ruth Clara Haynes, Gilbert, Lucien Walker, Robert Jenkins, Flanary, Earle Clement, Galen Dixon, Hammack, was phoned to him. It caught fire some way in the roof or attic and was too far gone to save when discovered. The smoke house and some negro cabins in the yard also burn en, but the family supply of meat was saved. The house y which was a frame was insured. Harry Hale occupied the house. It was built by NewV-o- n Clement before the war, and in it Chief Justice Nunn was married in 1SG9, About forty years ago, F. M. Clement became the owner and lived there until his death last year. In the sev-tie- s when his daughters were young ladies it was the scene of many pleasant and notable gath erings and at no place was hos pitality extended more generoustwo-stor- J. I. Clement the present owner of the premises was at his home in this city when the news l Ha- ly. zel Pollard, Hert Yates, Mildred Moore, Jamie Moore, Lucile Pope Birthday Party at G. D. Ruth Croft, Medley Cannan, . I 5 I I I I I I Tuesday evening when George Kemp came in from work, he was surprised to find all his children'gathered there except ing Miss Alpha, who is here attending school, and in addition Misses Effie Brown and Mae EGGS FOR SALE. Travis, to celebrate his fortv- S. C. R. I. Reds. Pure bred ninth birthday. There was and farm raised. $1.00 for 15. Lela, who lives at home, Ben Mrs. E. C. Tyner, Lola, Ky. Drennan and wife, Fred Brown, wife, son and daughter, and Dr. 2t W. C. Kemp, of Luzon, Webster ' county, his wife and two daughTwo More Fires. ters. All brought gifts suitable Dan Travis lost his stock barn to the occasion and as a J result and R. M. Pogue his residence George turns into his fiftieth by fire this week. We do not year feeling as happy as a boy. They all spent the night at the know any of the paticulars. old home and enjoyed mother's Pasture ready April 1st. $2.00 good cooking once more, and C. J. Pierce. per month. were a happy family. re-unit- ed Arnold Driskill, Linda Jenkins, Ted Boston, Nelle Olive, Ira Sutherland, Virginia Blue, Geo. Orme, Ruth Haynes, Jesse Olive Joe Walker, Guthrie Flanary, Harry Babb, Maurie Nunn and Douglas Clement." Kemp's Near Iron Hill. -'- A'., , 9-- &' t m Mwfe - -- . 'W&i&SSl' v :'&.z KL :L li'.J .j Y&ttI ..V. . .ft. r1-.,.- ',' aiV fttfaJlBdt2!Lji2i ' v-- t irj: rV? - f, ,7i ivi.W-.Y- L.JS - JiaifcaSt f. Ul"j' O1- 3V -- "K.S."KrJ AeT&DV " T?V TVTSTTyaJSWW i vT? 5VvTvn t JH"ff ' 'I M ? 'J. 9V IWith A Beautiful Line For Sonne!! T QUALITY, STYLE AND PATTERN. FIRST V IN 4 J You are cordially invited to come and inspect; compare quality and prices with goods in the same lines carried by anyone else any where. LOWEST PRICES. J it g 2 J We are by no means afraid of the result, f JU & Special if t j(G Attention! BOYS SUITS We are Leackrv in niti clothes for LOOK OUT I Look at our $15.00 and S16.50 Suits Bench Tailored and Finished By Hand. W li.ivc them ritfht in stock, ready to . Come see them, compare the quality of cloth wi-ar- BOYS Spi cial Bargains in tin $,.so to $6 ;o, EASTER IS COMING And wo are line of supplied Special Prices on Rues and ine TERNS we have IT ever had THESE TO I 1 nretticst PAT Shoes and Oxfords, Patents Vicis, Suedes and Velvets Duttenhofers Fine Shoes for Ladies. "KORRECT SHAPE" and W. L. Douglas known. for Men. "Red School uith the prettiest F EXTRA NICE plain or full IVg. are niiln up to DRESS GOODS Suitable for your Easter dresses ever shown Silks in the newest patterns in the county. Foulards from 25 cents to $1.00 per yard. 10c, 25c, 50c, 75 WILL PAY YOU LOOK line of Mens extra pants The latest stj les and patterns either and the tailoiim; with those found at $20.00 to $25.00. elsewhere medium SPRING before making your pur- AT House" for children repeat the trial. These are well Thc date. cents anl $1.00 per yard. We will please you if you will come to us. chases. Try them once and you will 4 4 All Sizes In Stock. WARNERS RUST PROOF CORSETS $1, $1.50, $2. Taylor & Carman M TOBACCO CANVAS, GOOD QUALITY 2 Cents, Better 2 Cents Per Yard. 1- -2 4hH444"W Mrt& ' ''Zmv- ban- -- r& ' -- itiW"P-:Kr . j?.--5i- r' ft w. For the best Dentistry see Dr. Crawford. Marion Bank Building. Good cook, everything neat Babb Bros. and clean. Born-- To the wife of Dr. T. A. Frazer last week a son. Horse shoeing .80 cts round. Al Easley, best work. E. Threlkeld of Levias soction was here Monday. Mack McGee. Milton Whitt and Sebron Rushing were in the city Monday. Watch our windows for our Easter Special Sales. M. E. Fobs. K.. j and Mrs. E. H. Doss are being congratulated on the arrival of their first son. See J. H. Ormefor the government Hog Cholera Remedy. Don't forget Byron W. King, March 29, and the Art Exhibit MrrchSO to April 1. Auditorium J. H. Orme will sell you ten pounds Government Hog Cholera Remedv for one dollar. Mr. Horse shoes .SO cts round at Adams shop, new man and an expert. "What Fools These Mortals Be," at the Auditorium, March 29. Byron W. King. Percy Cooksey, Will Milliken and others of the Dycusburg section, were here Tuesday attending court. .. C. Kinsoving, Albert Butler and S. L. Shelby of the Emmaus section were here Tuesday, g court. Remember Babb's Restaurant north of court square is a fine place to get a square meal. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rodgers of Evansville, arrived Monday, to be the guests of her relatives Jenkins. Judge W. A. Blackburn and family were here last week the guests of Mrs. Hurley and other relatives. Gabe Wathen has moved to Marion and will occupy the W- B. Rankin residence on Morgan-fiel- d street. Mrs. T. A. Harpending of New Salem, sold in the month of February 78 dozen and 10 eggs. Let us hear from other precincts. wagon. S. M. here. For Sale A good two horse When in Marion during court, All Dental work guaranteed SEE the wonderful DISC and EGGS FOR SALE. don't fail to get your meals at PLOW CULTIVATORS made by satisfactory by Dr. Crawford. ALL WORK GUARANTEED White Leghorns. Pure Bred. Babb.s Restaurant. Fare the the OLIVER CHILL PLOW CO. Now is the time to feed your $1.00 for 15. best. Prices reasonable. .The name itself is a guarantee, hogs Government Hog Remedy, P. V. NUNN. Mrs. A. M. Datis. Lola, Kv. WILLIAM OLIVER the man who Dr. Mather announces the' ten pounds for one dollar at J. ui.NnsT the celebrated Oliver 2t subject "Graded Penalties" as Y H. Orme's drug store. I, t Si . ' r iliiiv. yin, ago mat his preaching theme at the ' ne wouici never put a cultivator A. H. Cardin who has been Methodist Church on Sunday FOR SALE. sojourning at St. Petersburg, next, .March Zbtn. There are on the the market until he know Baled oats, $12.00 per ton at Florida, has left there and is not many phrases of Christian 'ho Vllll flwi ltncf rmt in flin farm recently sold to A. H. "What Fools These Mortals at Tampa, Fla., enroute home. teaching which can excel this' world. HE HAS MADE IT and Travis A. F. Woolf. Be." at the Auditorium, March He expects to reach his home you can see this wonderful culone in interest, and doubtless 29. Byron W- King. tivator, by calling at Olive & about April 25th. Dr. Mather will say something l by Horse shoeing a specialty Alpha Kemp has been awardRemember that cheap imple- -' worth hearing on it. an expert shoer; Al Easley, Ad ed for the fall term the Olive Little Miss Evalyn Roberts ments are dear at any price, and When you patronize me you ams stand, north College street. good implements like the DEER don't have to hunt a new laun-- 1 who was seriousiy hurt Sunday Branch school by the trustees of Miss Lelia Johns of Henshaw, (PLANTER and OLIVER CULT-- ! derer every week. I am here to afternoon by fallimr from the that district. She - now a stuwas the guest last week of Mrs. IVATORS are cheap at any. price. stay, and my work is guaranteed stone wall in front of J. W. dent of the Marion hu:h School Wilsons residence and striking and boards at Mrs. Hodges. J. K. Smith on the Morganfield See them at Olive & Walkers. Roy Gilbert, Agt. the best. her head, is reported better and roadMyron Frisbie of the Majestic Roy H. Woody who has been along alright. Dr. Theatre appreciates the liberal Silver mine seed corn, two to getting T. G. Maxwell of Irvington, travelling in Louisiana, has re-- 1 Alabama, was in the city Mon- moved to Atlanta. Ga., and will four ears to the stalk, clean, full Clement her physician, was a patronage given thepprl'ormance day; He is interested in a boom jhave that city for his head- and heavy. Seed cost me i? 1. 10 little fearful of concussion of at the Opera House, Saturday per bushel. Will sell a few the brain but does not anticipate night March ISth. at which time town in Southern Alabama. quarters. His wife who has bushel at $2.50, first come, first that trouble and thinks now she he was compelled to stop selling On court days we make a 'been ill and in a hospital is served, sample in Cochran &Co's will soon be up and well. general admission tickets as the special effort to have a nice bill recuperating slowly. window. Ira L. Bradburn, R. Oliver Hurley the well known house was filled to its capacity. Babb Bros. of fare. Wanted A person with some F. D. No. 5. telephone 130. S. brick manufacturer arrived last He feels encouraged to greater Robert Boyd of Salem and meney to join in an extremely effort than ever before to get Electric lamps of high quality week and his family came on daughter, Mrs. Willett of Can- profitable business in which Monday's evening train and first class attractions to visit the J.'.,., ..!.. ada, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. large profits can be made with uiiu ui piupur vuiiiiyt; j.ui that they are here to stay. Mr. this city, as experience proves to H. D. McChesney, of North , Seventh street. Paducah News out risk, references given if so section of the city can be obtain-- Hurler will 00 to work nt. nnpo him that Marion pleasure lovers Democrat. desired. Address David C. edatJ M. McChesne's grocery to making brick and will have a will always attend a good show. Loveless, Salem, Ky., Bellville Street. kiln burned and ready for de- G. D. Kinsolving and S. L. Circuit Clerk, J. M. Barnes, livery to those needing them Shelby, of Salem section, were who sprained an ankle three 1st unless unforeseen troub- - here Tuesday attending court weeks ago and had been confined and were pleasant callers at tin's ' Hs arise. The Largest Racket Store at home since, was able to be Always Something New office, Mr. Shelby has a good out on the streets this week. in Western Kentucky and Plenty of Bargains. Are you going to buy a two business at his store on the SaHorse Corn Planter, or drill this lem and Dycusburg road. Every farmer that uses a John R. I. Nunn of the Marion Mill, year, if you are do not fail to see Deer Planter or drill, will tell the JOHN DEERE. It is so and C. R. Newcom represented perfection, nothing can you it is Marion W. O. SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, state meeting W. Lodge at the be better. See it at, at Madisionville a child can use it. Olive & Walker's. last week, at which there were A COMPLETE LINE OF Sold by Olive & Walker. 1000 delegates present. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Melton, now residents of Davenport, Notions. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Novelties, o Idaho, are the proud parents of TREASURER'S SALE FOR SCHOOL TAXES. Pants, Jewelry, China, Glassware, Tinware, a son, who arrived last week to Graniteware, Lamps, Dolls, Toys cheer their western home. By virtue of Taxes due Marion Graded School District No. 27. Crittenden county, Kentucky, for the years and amounts stated, I Dr. D. T. White of Blackford, Ornaments, Stationery and School Supplies. will, on Monday the 8th day of May 1911, between the hours of Ky., was in the city last week to 10 A. M., and 3 P. M., at the door of the Court House in Marion. Watch Our Show Windows. Give Us a Call. attend the Masonic lodge into Crittenden county, Kentucky, expose to Public Sale to the highest which order his son John was bidder for cash in hand paid, the following property, or so much 114 S. Main St. thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the Taxes initiated. MARION, KY. due aforesaid and costs, viz. We never look for the cheapest, Bell W. E. Lot in Marion, 1909-1- 0 but for the BEST, that is why $ S.55 " 190S-9-1- 0 lxjuuuu, ill ia. A.J. we sell the John Deer Drills and 32.05 There are more JOHN DEER Braswell, E C Electric Lamps of proper volt 1910 0.20 Planters. See us before you buy. Bennett, Sam 1910 7.25 Olive & Walker. age for that section of the city two row Corn Planters in use in Crayne, T. E. 1910 2. SO can be obtained at Grissom & Crittenden county, than all other Dycus, F. B. specialty, .80 cts Hughes' grocery. 1910 Horse shoes a . 3.05 makes combined. SIMPLICITY Finley, A. W. round, Adams shop. 9 and 1010 . 27.90 MrsF. W. Loving of Denver of CONSTRUCTION, ACCUR- Gilbert, J. G. Al Easley. 1910 7.8O Colorado, who has been the Gilbert, A. M. 1909 and 1910, bal. . . 10.60 Mrs. D. H. Franks of Mancos, guests of relatives at Providence ACY in PLANTING and DURAGuess, Jos. A. 1910 7.25 Colorado, who has been the guest for several week's, arrived here BILITY, is what sells them. Gilbert, Roy 9 and 1910. .18.05 her brother, R. E. Flanary last week enroute to Paducah to of Sold by Olive & Walker. Henry, James 1910 9.90 and other relatives and friends which place she will proceed Hicklin, Mary J. 1910 7.00 in the left Friday for her home after a few days stay with friends Rev. McCluney who is to fill Hicklin, W. S. 1910 n.75 west. the pulpit at the Main Street Lynch, E.B. here. 1910 4.65 Mrs. D. W. Stone, who has 1910 We buy the BEST farm im- Presbyterian church next Sun- Marion Ice & Storage Co. .17.75 been quite ill for a month and plements regardless of cost and day morning and evening as Morgan, J. P. ,.. Lot in Marion 1910 ... . 4.70 confined to her bed much of the. sell them at reasonable profits. " Paris, C. H. 1910 previously announced in this 6.20 time is now convalescent and If you need a " " r, '.".', Disc paper is an eniment divine and Paris, J. B. 1910 7.10 able to be up some. " Rochester, Mrs. W. N." Harrow, Cultivator, or breaking 1909 6.45 comes highly recommended as Witherspoon, A. M., 4 2 acres of land near Marion 1910 Al Easley. not only knows how, Plows, call and see us, we'll take 8.05 but does it right, .80 cts round pleasure in showing goods whet-e- r on entertaining speaker and a This March 20th, 1911. treat is in store for all who are you buy or not. for horse shoes, all work guarH. A. HAYNES, Treasruer Marion Graded Olive & Walker. fortunate enough to hear him. anteed. Common School District No. 27; Crittenden county, Ky. J 1 ' - i- ( - j , 1 ? 'B'j!May ' . THE m mm I -- Rl S3 E. FOHS . St 1" . . 190G-7-S-- A . 1905-G-7-8-- .... :... corn-plante- 1-- St u31 Si : 3 -- . 4') vv5. . -- t 1 c. ;.t''a ?:. r XM i .Al. w ..w. A . . w JTrTrt- !.. t'V imTn fcJ.Vi' i ! v , 'ii r -- ? , w Lj&tfu.u24Sfcfr&&dB . ' , jKvj iAvAY &if&3maak r&ir?$vffiimtow'i!F&ib r sP$f A Blue Rose Rose Novelty CIRCUIT XAKE YOU UE.U? Gut SUPERLATIVES TO THE WORLD. ant caller at the home of Mrs. James Mattingly was a M. A. Wilson Cularrli is Probably Tin; Cause. Kid tii Thi! Cause. If you have catarrh and have constant ringing noises in your cars look into the matter at once. It's a pretty sure sign that catarrh is spreading and is making its way through the Eustachian tubes that lead from the nose to the ear;!. When catarrh guts to the ears parIf you have tial deafnetis follows. ringing noises in your ears go to Haynes & Taylor to.lav anil get a HYOMKI outfit and drive outcatairh. To cure catanh HYOMCI should be breathed through a pocket inhaler for about throe minutes, four or five times a day. Jtiet piur a few drops into the hard rubber inhaler and breathe it for a few minutes. It kills the germs; soothes the irritation; heals the infiamatiod; stops hawking, spitting and onuflling. HYOMKI keeps the tiroat free from mucus and prevents crints in nose. The complete HYOMKI outfit which includes the little indestructible hard rubber inlu.er, a bottle of HYOMEI and simple instructions for use costs Separate bottles of HYOMEI $1.00. costs SO cents at druggists everywhere, Taylor's who sell it on or at Haines money back plan. Try it today for atarrh, oughs. colds or sore thro it. Booth's Free trial bottle by aildres-ing Hyomei Co., Buffalo. N. Y. AlSlAti. IS MOTHER LOVE BLIND ALSO They .i that lovers' love is blind, want to add that the hue of and Mime mother ii blind. I j . , The tallest monument is the Wash- recently. Trie ington obelisk, 555 feet high, but the We were glad to see aunt Molly largest monolith is in Karpak, Egypt, 1 he highest , Crowcll here once more. being too feet high. chimney, measuring 474 weet, is in A little visitor nr.ived at the home Glasgow. CENTURY. in use is of M. A. Wilson recently, of which The largest acqueduct the Croton of New York, which is, they are proud of the name Catherine The now Rambler (Violet Blue) thirtv-eicmile- - long, but the long-- ! Earl. hailed by the rose growers also the est ever hurt is in I'eru, jOo miles Ira Robinson and wife, J. N. Swan-- , foreruner of the cornflower blue in length. rose; very vigorous hardy and froe sey and family were royally entertainThe deepest coal mine is near blooming cinbert Belgium. 6,500 feet deep; ed at the home of James Mattingly Send for descriptive Price List. ' the biggest dock is at Cardiff. Wales, Sumluv. me strongest electric ngni is m E. and Mrs. Delia Hughes, of O'possum the Sydney lighthouse, Australia. Pitnceton, Kv. Greenhouse I he greatest bank is the Hank ot Ridire. snent Saturday with Mrs. C. knglaud in London; the oldest col- W. Grady. ' lege is University college. Oxford, Uncle George Wilson is vet y low at . founded in 1050. the largest library, w a ninmc ,aUr Hc smiling. the National, in Paris, containing this writing. ,:imtca y tIccliIcll K. (lrinI; tlc nearly ,1,000.000 volumes. Mrs. Geo. Luthtr Rankin spent Sun- - drummer his card and invited him to The largest theatre - the Paris, of day with her father. the largest bronze statute, that come to church and hear him preach Peter the Great, in St Petersburg, The latter courteously is visiting in that night. Miss Emma Williams weighing eleven hundred tons The accepted the invitation. The niwt forty-Dells Mines neighborhood. biggest tone statute is in Japan, day he came to Dr. Gebaucr and offour feet high, the largest college Mrs. John Croker, of Bells Mines, "1 didn't know you fered apologies. is 111 Cairo, with over ten thousand students ;ind ,110 teachers. Damas- was here Saturday trading. were' a minister when I offered von cus U the oldest city. Among those who went to town are: .1.... ..l . ' ... ..;, ,... 1 u, .. 111 . . iiirvci ui.'ii nniiic. lie sam, 1. . ,1 t. . , Pi.. - JameS .uV bv .l,i Me'"P - jK.ve done ?I,,ttinB,y' Tm mil Dr. Gebaucr informed is a en- - ....... ...... ,.u am)0,,:,, ....... which a few- - sey, niaicnen vvnsun ami uames German government accented years ago refused the pope's offer ofjnett and. handing him a Bible, a.sked him 1 he mo-- t for it. costly to Marion to take it along and read it during Rankin went Wibon niitlifini' :i ftv vi:ir. nn wis mil:i1. the times when trade was dull. lie gallium, which sold tor Si ,0.000 Tuesday a pound; but radium is now Pew men are more interested in the The Ohio river i tisiig rs pldly at' priceless gcni 01" the mineral world, Kentucky than this man of God, illmg for more that' that prici an this place. and he believes that it is on the way ounce upward religiously, socially, indusThough orchids frequently bring price- - that make the poor man stagSUBSTITUTING POCKET BIBLE trially. His own section he is parger, the highest nricc for a single FOR POCKET PISTOL. ticularly proud of. "With the night-ridin- g flower was given for a tulip in Amera gone." he says, "things arc Testament a Substi"The Pocket sterdam by an enthusiast, who paid .1 quarter of a million dollars for it. tute for the Pocket Pistol." That's more settled with lis now. The The Kotlisclulds smoke the most the slogan of the Rev. T. C. Gebaucr, farmers have sold their tobacco and field worker in the I cigar- - that are made, which of Henderson, ci th of Kentucky for the hey got good prices for it. There western Harper's Weekly ci t ?i 50 each. are more inducements for people to State Sunday School Association. Perhaps you've seen him a home- conic to us to make their homes," WHiil DOCKET. Greatest . X oftho I Commonwealth Docket For Spring Term Of The Crittenden Circuit Court, Which Convened At Marion, On Monday, March 20th, 1911 COMMON LAW DOCKET, SEVENTH DAY OP TERM. S. S. Sullener. vs Sarah J. Funkhouser C. M. Chandler John G. Simpson, et-a- l. ht 1 John Rackebrandt, J. G. Rochester " CI. S. D. Holder H. W. Pierce Hamilton National Bank Lan Waddell . Peoples Bank " EISHTHDAYOFTERM. E. Lamb. Sam Huff. Sam McDowell. Marion Zinc Co. Cumberland Telephone Co. P. K. Cooksey et-a- l. -- nXJ ! -- -- -- the sweetest, world, but tiki all it can be overdone - overdone when a mother absolutely blind to the fact that her children liae any faults. There .ire women who hac posimade themselves laughing tively tock anion. their acquaintance by their utter blindness to the faults of their children You can pass- no compliment upon any one of her children without Iter giving an oration upon their good behavior, their brilliancy, Tell her their tlioughtfutiica.. etc any fault that c.ie of her children . and she will laugh at j.t)se-- i .Mother love is thintj in the ther good things, and mother love ten-dcrtin-idea- F ! J. B. KEVIL. d Lawjer. NOTARY PUBLIC Abstrac in 3 A Specialty, Surveying and Draughting. ROOM 1. PRESS BLDG. MARION, KY. I ing nothing in this world will. Baldness, thin hair and falling hair are caused by dandruff germs. If you have dandruff kill the germs at once. Parisian Sage is guaranteed by Haynes & Taylor to kill dandruff germs, banish dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp, or money back. It is a dainty hair RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. dressing that will make the hair bright and fascinating. Large Zion Hill Lodge. No. 371. F. bottle 50 cents. Sold in every nnd A. M., Weston, Ky. town in America. The girl with Whereas, it has pleased the Auburn hair on every carton. supreme architect of the uni- the M 23 AG. verse, in His almighty wisdom, to remove from our midst our WKSTON true and beloved brother, Robt. (Delayed from last week.) Heath, who was born May 15th, 1815. and departed this life Mar. W. 0. W. Camp, of this place, is growing rapidly. They rolled in two (Jth, 1911, his age ninety-fiv- e One twenty-on- e logs Saturday night by transfer. years, nine months and from Marion, Ky., and other from days, and was a Mason sixty East Prairie, Mo. M. A. Wilson was years. The lodge has lost a loyal appointed as a delegate to meet with member, the community an hon- the V. 0. W. boys at Madisonville I1 Hhat a eriou- injustice -- he i doing not oii'v tlio.e children, but herself? In letting the children think that they are models of perfection and in never correcting them, -- he is spoiling them And what kind ot men or women will they or can they possibly turn out to lie? Tin- - fact will adden any inoth- r' lit"-- , when those children have grown up. - thi- - sort oi a mother to be pitied or blamed' She is to be pitied in that she i so blind, but she is to sv allowing herself to be In blamed o blind Anyway, we're glad that there are a majority of good, kind mothers in comparison to the mother have just pokeii of. but wc arc sorry that there ARK some of this tpe that inceitatc our speaking of them. I'.FTTir I1HOWN wonder if tin-- , mother realizes Little Bald Spot in uu Wanton Dim't lsb Haynes Taylor iiboiil Parisian Saye. & If Parisian Sage won't stop that little bald spot from spread- as follows; tor the fact that peothem arc illegally carrying pistols. If I could supply such persons with pocket Testaments as substitute for the pocket pistol," says the Rev. Bebauer. "I think I might reduce the murders in the State about 90 ptr cent. Anyhow I'm going to organize soon a Pocket in Testament Brigade Kentucky. Some places they call them Pocket Hut am of Testament Leagues the opinion that in a State where vt have Captains and Colonels and Generals, it would be better to call it a Pocket Testament Brigade. That sounds more military, you know." Saying this he slip, hi hand in is pocket and hands you a tiny slip. On it is a tiny sermon on the Bible. It is inclosed in a border and reads ple who commit committed in Kentucky at the pro1 nit time," he ays, might be averted, -- handsome and smiling the moment you begin to know him better. Dr. Gebaucr plan- - soon to -- tart a campiigu to put ten thousand bibles 111 Kentucky in hip pocket. He doon't claim that this will be a panacea for all social ills in the State, but he docs believe that it will help a lot. "Ninety per cent of the murders "were it not Riley Rodgers vs Hoosier Mining Co., On Claim. W. A. Orendoff vs Finis Millikin. On Damages. Marion Bank vs A. J. Pickens Admr., A. Tinsley dee'd et-aDebt. Polk vs J. Rad McKinney. Debt. John F. B. Dycus vs J. R. McKinney. Debt. A. D. Purely vs Utley Stubblefield. Debt. W. S. Hicklin vs H. Koltinskv. Injunction. Injunction. Mrs. EfRe Porter vs H. Koltinskv. Damages. S. T. Turley vs Birmingham Fluor Spar Co. Damages. Ed Crider vs Illinois Central Railroad Co. Damages. J. 0. Pierce vs Same. EQUITY REFERENCES. Julia Bennett vs Carrie Bennett. C. S. Nunn Admr., R. L. Flanary Dec'd vs Mrs. Miles Flanary. Viola Wilson vs Eugene Wilson. W. J. McChcsney vs Dick McChesney. P. B. Croft vs Mary Johnson. Mary Cardin vs Dessie Binkley et-J. ". Blue vs James P. Simpkins. J. II Stennett vs Pinkie Stennett. Indiana Flour Spar Co. vs W. B. Trumbo l. smiling Western Kentucky Development. ly, handsome, W. B. Yandell vs Mary I. Hill et-serious man. That is to ay. he may He calls attention to many marks look homely and serious to you for Bessie Ice vs John Ice. one moment, but he's bound to look of development. Hattie James vs G. S. James. l. 1 if I al ct et-a- sweet-face- -- al 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Charley Daughtry and children were guests of her aunt, Mrs. Euvvell Travis, Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Maurice Wilson and baby spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Roy sent the Crittenden Record-Pres- s Hughes. for publication. Like a leaf on the current cast Miss Gertrude Rankin spent the latter part of the week with Mrs. Will Winn With ft break in the rapid Albert Walker and family spent fiawe. Saturday and Sunday with her father, We watch them as one by one Joseph Hughes. they go Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wilson and Into the beautiful past. son, Delmar Lynn, call at the home ot Jno. T. LAmb, ) Mrs. Lamb Saturday evening. E. C. Trayis, Committee. Geo. Hughes and wife spent SaturE. E. NewOOM ) day with their daughter, Mrs. Clarence Grady. EYL SALVE H6LE Arthur King, of Rodney, was here loot- ...nnuGood for Nothing but tha Ey laob nven. citizen and his orable family an affectionate husband and father. Whereas, we extend to the bereaved family our kindest re gards ana deepest sympatny m the loss of one who was untiring in his efforts to provide for their comfort and commend them to God as the only source of con, solation. Resolved, that these resolutions be placed on our Lodge record, a copy sent to the family of the deceased brother, and a copy up-right Tuesday and Wednesday. Every camp has its workers who are greatly responsible for the rapid growth of the Order. They are ready at all time3 to lend a hand. Remember, we can not expect good men to fall over each oth er in an effort to join the Craft. They want to know what they are joining, what kind of men they are nssociating with. You are a sample and it is up to you to show your fraternalism and good fellowship. Hurrah boys, keep the logs rolling. nrer jTIU'S - - THE BIBLE. This Book contains The miiul of God, the state of man, the way of Salvation, doom of sinners, and happiness of believers. Its doctrines arc holy, its precepts arc binding, its histories are true, and its decisions are immutable. Read it to be wise, believe it to be safe, and practice it to be holy. It contains light to direct you, food to support you, and comfort to cheer you. It is the traveler's map, the pilgrim's staff, compass, the pilot's the soldier's sword, and the Christian's charter. Here Paradise is restored, Heaven opened and the gates of Hell disclosed. Christ is its grand .subject, our good its design, and the glory oi God its end. It should fill the memory, rule the heart, and guide the feet. Read it slowly, frequently, prayerfully. It is a mine of wealth, a paradise of glory, and a river of pleasure. It is given you in life, will be open at the Judgment, ami be remembered for ever. It involves the highest responsibility, rewards the greatest labor, and condemns all who trille with its holy contents. Bible a hobby of His. The Bible is a sort of hobby with Of course, that isn't Dr. Gebaucr. extraordinary for a minister, but he probably has urged it's study much more than the ordinary minister. During the eight years that hc has been in Sunday school field work in Kentucky, he made the organization of Bible classes and every day labor a labor of love, so to speak. ''If 1 can get the people of our btate to reading the Bible every day, get them to carrying the Bible in their pockets," he says, "I can make them better citizens and bring them nearer the kingdom of God on earth." No man realizes more than he, however, that the task before him is a big one, " cynic jokingly said to me the other day," he says, "and I know that it was the truth, 'Ask your congregation how many of them are carrying Bibles. You'll have to look around considerably and you may count yourself lucky if you see one or two hands up. Ask them how many arc carrying pistols. Perhaps no one will raise a hand, but you know and I know that about 50 per cent of them will have them just the same." That was in a community where shootings and the taking of human life were all too numerous. Dr. Gebaucr in his kindly way never Hesitates to advertise his business. Not long ago a drummer for a liquor house slipped him his card and producing a bottle from his pocket invited the "Reverend Doctor" to take a drink with him he didn't know that Dr. Gebauer was "the Reverend Doctor" then, but he did to-da- y State that it is better known for its That evil 'and vice are rampant, pistols than its plowshares. That misery's everywhere. You argue you have no chances , Of Miss Sarah Blue, who is well Of working your passage through; know nhcre, the Morganfield Sun has Did you ever stop to consider this to say: It isn't the world it's you! Miss Sarah Blue was the charming hostess to the 42 club on Friday night, the evening proving one of the You hold that all days arc dreary. happiest of this winter's meetings of That life is a burden here; this much enjoyed game. Four tables That sunshine is never present, were arranged for the 'players, and That the world is forlorn and after the hours of play, lunch was drear. served on the small tables. A salad You say it is cold and cheerless, lunch was prepared and ready on the And a world that is never true; piatcs, and then Miss Blue proved her culinary skill by preparing a But, size things up correctly, Welsh rarebit on the chafing dish, It isn't the world it's you! serving her guests from the steaming "brew." Miss Clara Cromwell will You tell inc the world is fickle. be next hostess. The players were And wicked and harsh and stem; Misses Lillie McCorkhil, of Louisville; Lillie Blue, Clara Cromwell, That everything's set against you, No matter which way you turn. Nannie Kate Wilson, Adair Anderson, Willie Thornton, Mabel Wil- But why be so pessimistic7 liams and Sarah Blue, Messrs. Phil Get wise to my timely cue; Kv. Richards, Allen Mason, Lyje Waller, Ray Waller. Thomas Lilly, Don't growl at the world my brother, Landson Flournoy, Wm. Dyer and David Blue. It isn't the world it's you! lieves. Western Kentucky's greatest need is men of progressive ideas, particularly in the field of agriculture and JUST "YOU." horticulture. In Henderson and Union counties, under the leadership of (Selected.) men like McCullough, "the apple king , he states, apples arc being! You say that the world's misused grown mat make tnosc counties you promise to rival the States of WashThat everything goes dead wrong; ington and Oregon in horticultural That the right is not triumphant, lines. He believes that if such ideas That the weak bow to the trong. were carried out in the field of fanning and generally mar- Look up. oh, despairing brother! velous thing could be accomplished Why take such a morbid view? in Western Kentucky. Don't blame the world for your In other words, generally speaktroubles. ing, he believes there are extraordinary possibilities for the farm It isn't the world it's you! the factory and the family altar in the section where he's daily devoting his You say that the world oppresses, life. He wants to see the time come That it will never treat you when it cannot be said of his home square; fruit-growi- Polly Mills vs W. T. Mills. Maude B. Sigler vs Rufus Sigler. C. E. Clarl' vs Neil Guess. J. A. Graves vs Virginia Graves. J. Frank Conger vs W. A. Hill, l. L. E. Gray vs E. J. Powell. Iva E. Wooten vs W. B. Wooten. Emma E. Johnson vs D. A. Johnson. Nancy Gasaway vs John Gasaway. P. K. Cooksey vs H. A. Haynes, Admr.. W. L. Bennett. Dec'd. places as .Madisonville. . Lizzie T. Daniels vs H. D. Daniels. and such Central City. Henderson and Nor- - Commonwealth of Ky., & J. G. Rochester vs Sullivan Machine Co. tonville are benefiting as a result of vs J. N. lowery. L' their development. VS S. W. Woody And in Sunday school sertiment. Lyell Easly et-the development of which he is di- - Lela McDowell vs Barley McDowell. r.,.tl, t,it ..ri.cl.,,1 it, fir flMinnnr Imfl- splendid growth. '"Things are look- - Rebecca J. Yarbrough vs Willis Yarbrough. jug ui)," he says. "People are becom ' Agnes L. Beard vs Sam Henry Beard l. in k neiiui iiiiuiiueu. 'jin.uiiitu G. B. Crawford vs Wm. H. Temme et-a- l. men's classes are growing. In the .Methodist Sunday school. South, at W. W. Kimball vs J. W. Givens. Paducah, they have a men's class, et-a- l. 150 J. E. Stephenson vs Geo. H. Cramer, taught by Prof. Smith, with members. More people are attending APPEARANCE EQUITY. church. Recently in Marion, a town of 1,200 inhabitants, there was found Dan Bigham vs Neal Rollins and Maggie Rollins. at the morning service 1C7 men and E. L. Nunn Admr. vs Emilie C. Gifford, et al. boys and 230 women and girls G. Rochester vs J. B. Koon, l. nearly of the population. J. They attended the three churches of Alice Griffith vs Rosa Moore, the town, the Methodist, Baptist and Mary E. Davenport vs Henry H. Davenport. Presbyterian." vs Mrs. Mary S. Crider, ct-aSunday-choo- l A organized in a Al Swansey et-schoolliousc near Griffiths in Daviess H. A. Haynes Guar, vs Ula Wheeler l county, last April, later occupied a tobacco barn, and is now holding its J. S. Steele vs Anna Steele. sessions in a log cabin 15xlC feet. It J. H. Porter vs Effie Porter. has an average attendance of between l. forty and fifty and is planning to bui'i.l Yandell Gugenheim & Co. vs W. A. Hill, in the spring. Port Huron Engine & Thresher Co. vs A. R. Hughe. Industrially, the Rev. Gebaucr be- Susan Pendergrass vs Sam Pendergrass. e "In Madisonville." lie says, "they're building a new $10,000 pressed brick t liristiau church. Following the fire at .Morganticld a year ago secral handsome new two and three-storbusiness blocks are going up and a new isaptist cliurch to cost between $2o.000 and $30,000 is being planned. Sturgis is to have a new $20,000 Presbyterian church. The County High School going up at Hopkins-villwill cost ctween $73,000 and Bowling $100,000, Green's new Western Normal buiUing. erected at a cost of probably $100,000, is a fine Prof. 11. II. Cherry is structure. doing a great work there. The coal fields are being constantly developed y J. W. Hughes et-- vs J. L. Hughes l. Charlotte Hodge vs Lycurgus Hodge. N. K. Gordon, Receiver vs J. B. Polk, l. S. Fells Bros, vs J. A. Sullenger. H. B. Bennett vs Mrs. T. H. McReynolds. al et-aet-a- et-a- al et-a- l. I et-a- et-a- one-thir- d et-a- l. al l. et-a- et-a- Good Nows good "I write to tell you the news that Cardui worth its weight in gold," writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall, of Woodstock, Ga. "I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffering as I did, will take Cardui, for it has been a Ood's blessing to me, and will certainly help every lady who is suffering." has helped me so much and 1 think it is just Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ! No matter If you suffer irom neaaacne, oackacne pains in arms, shoulders-anlegs, dragging-dow- n feelings, etc., or if you teei urea, weary, j worn-o- ut and generally 'miserable Cardui will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladies and if you will only give n a inai, you win oe thankful ever after. ' I 'i tA .j s WJZL'i - .. is tezShs&bU&lE rFT-4-- j, .AUVr h" "i otir men, and so nf last the range "Yes, it was Ross. He was serving The House was nut precisely the swarmed with Idle cowpunchers. Then in the logiilar army at the time. He the cowboy had lopoitcd It to b . came the breakdown in our 'cheiue. has told mo since that ho felt no fear but It was ch willingly decorated, tin cow boys took to 'mnverlcklng' on whiitewi. M nilc Wain's blue coat w The ho is To tile weie tl.elrown account. Some of them had like Slcgfi toil's magic armor,' ho said. gill it was as if she tasteful. tr..ii'- ha bron Wagon and tlie grice to go into partnership with 'It was tin- kind of thing the mounted pnitul with Instant magic iiom the some fanner and so claim a sn ill police nf Canada had been called upon linrilhlc little Plumber's. inw Kwu bad. to the bunch of cows, but others suddenly to do many a time, and I wont In and and niliaculously acquired holds of got my men.' That ended the war. nun keeping within the so far as violent nieasuios went, and their own. law they passed to lolont method i. .it leally ended the sovereignty of the CHAPTER VI. They slit the tongues of calves for the ' cattleman. The power of the 'nostei' IN THE YIOI.INT PAST. purpose of separating them fioin their lias steadily liu reused from that 'AI.KlN'i; about Cauinnsh was Finding he could not suck. mont." quite too absorbingly Interest- - lossy would at last wander away fro is "Hut my fa hi r wliat beiutue of liiK to both Lee and Itedllcld to his dam and so become a maveilck. In him? They look him away to the east, permit of any study of the hiud- - slioit. anarchy reigned on the range." !"'1 ''" 's nil I ewr know. What do Bcjipe, which went by as If dismissed ,llllll l"'1 ame of him?" "Hut sinely my father had nothing J by ho elinrint wheels of some con' "I oiiId never make up my mind. to do with this?" temptuous uiiikMiiii. Itiilfleld's eyes "Xo; your father up to tills time hid All suits or minors i nine to us ion Averemostly on the road (In the manbeen on good tonus with everybody, lernlng him. As a matter of fact, thner of the en refill nuto driven, but state authiiiltlos sy inpathlod with the when be did look up It was to admire lie had a small herd of cattle down tattle barons, and my own opinion U tlie olor mill poise of his sent mate, the river, which he owned In common that .vour father was permitted to I with n man named Hart." whs nuide the hindsenpe of small capo. Ho was aftonvard stii In Ton"I lemonibor him." as, and later It wis i m u il t'ut h. "He was well thought of by all the had been killed tin to." Hhe kept the conversation to the point. "Mr. Cnvnnngh's vvotk big outfits, and when the situation be- The girl sm still, listening lo the tin Interests me very much. It seems ery came Intolerable and we got together less whir of the madilne and looking DEALERS IN Important, nml It must bo new, for I to wood out 'the nistlois, as these cat- out at tlie puipling i.ingo with tear BOILEHS, ENGINES AND SMOKE STACKS. PIPE M STEAM- V s never lienid of a forest ranger when tle thieves weie called, .vour father mist eyes. .t last she said. "I shall FITTINGS, IT.MPS. was appioachcd and converted to a never think of my father as a Ind man I wiis n child." We make Plows and Harrows and deal in Agin.. !,u.i He had he was always so gentle to mo." '"Wie forester is new, at least In belief in di.istic measures. "Fia'ANou, this is miss wnnninuiii." Inj . n.ml"-"You need not condemn him. my home of one of hor America," he answered. "My dear suffered less than tlie rest of us beManuie Sprraders, Hay Hitlers, Dh-- Hmiows dc.iicst fi lends in joiiitf; lady, you are leturned Just In the cause of ids small herd and the fact dear young lady. The people of th (Chester. She was at om e exalted and tli.it ho was eiy pujMilar among the I'oiks- - si,me of them, at least con humbly gr.ilclu'. most momentous period In the hlstoiy the west. The old dominion the cowbo.vs. So far as I was com oi nod. sidcr him a tiallor mid lcgnid you as tt "Wo lilne at 7." Mis. Keiltleld was tattle inline K passing. The supieiu-ne- j tlie ue of violent methods revolted the d.iiiuhtoi of a lonogado. but what saying, "so you i an lake a cup of lea does It mnltt i? Kadi year sees tlio STEMBKIDGE STAND BRICK MACHINE SHOP t the cowboy Is ended. The cow me. My training in the east had made without spoiling ymir dinner. Will you BELLEVILLE STREET boss Is r.ilsinp o.its. The lovvhoy li mo a lospector of tlie law. 'Change old west diminish, and alieady. in the 'wuttiio it?" CARLISLE STREET AND R. R. CROSSING lillHilnp alfalfa and sweat lug houibly the law." I said. 'The law Is all light,' wink ot the finest .service, law and orNEAR POST OFFICE "If y u please." as he blisters his hands. Some of the they teplled; 'tlie trouble is with tlieso der advance. Notwithstanding ail the "Very well, i nine down soon and I'll rangers at the moment aic men of rustleis. We'll hang a few of 'em. and shouting of heideis and the boating have It le.uly Mr. Itidlleld, I'm suie, to doatli ot sii(.(.i, no hostile shut has that will bieak up the business.'" western training, like Hosn. but wis over boon Hied within (ho bounds of a will Willi some." I'aits of this stoiy came back to the national forest. In tlie woik of the Virginia's beau was dancing with nHeslanco Is now to rnele S.iin. WHb others thnt ti.msfer of allegiance Is no girl's mind, pioducing momentary forest ran gois lies the hope of ultimate delight of this homo as she 1111110 down SU0 MMMf i. nml quite complete: hence the insolence o' flashes of perfei t recollection. oilier over ail the puhllo the stalls .1 little later. As they talked HERE AT HOME. men like Gregg, who think they cat heaid again the voices of excited men i,,,,!,. Mis. Itcdllold studlid the ghl Willi in arguing over and over the question of bribe or Intimidate those forest guanl". leasing Inicict and favor mid soon The gill fell silent again, hoi mini! Black Langshans, Barred nun so oninin mvors. i ne newer men "ma clicking," and she saw hor fa tilled with l.ugor eouieptloiis She oven s(. of Hfc got at her punt of view are college bred, te.il foiesters. Hut ther as he i ode up to the houe t lint than hor iudgiiii ut had liithcito In en lined Utile moie of hor story whldi Plymouth Rocks, Buff Piy. Marlon Cillzciis Gladly Testify An j on enn't know what It nil me.tns til1 last day bcfoie he went south. 'called upon lo meet. She know that m. itched f.ilily well wlih il.e an ouut Rcdflcld wont on. ''Th whole plan Iieiltielil was right, ami yet that woilii her husband hud given on see Ross or some other in user on Ply - CnnfiflKfilly Recommend Doan's Her pielu mouth Rocks, White his own heath. We'll nnke up a little :is devolopod was silly, and I wonder of the past the win Id of the swift dlies weie swept away, and she tic.it mouth Rocks. Buff Wyan- Kidney Fills. party some dn. and (hop down upon still that lal Wotlieiroul, who know lioiilsiiiau and his tiaiupling. long ed lioi young guest as one well bom tlie 'ncstei' and the lowboy so well, homed, half wild kiue still appealed and well odiii itul woman deals mi dottes, Rhode Island Reds. him and lime him show ns about, it'n should have lout his aid to It. 'I'll It is testimony like the following 1 lonely life, and so the ranger keep to her Imagination. Tlie west of her other. 15 eggs $1.00; all eggs are cattlemen, some fioin Cheyenne, siin giiliiood sicuici! hemic in . memory', At last she s (id; -- Wo dtess for that has placed Doan's Kidney Pills so yrpi'U house. Would ,ou like to go?" bin iniv nock you liive will il . guaranteed true to name. "Oh, yes, Indeed. I'm eager to get fnnii Denver and a few fiom Nov: liven tile quiet acioillit of it to which far above competitoi?. When people Into the mountains. Hveiy night as I Yoik and i'lilcigo, agiccd to litianie n she had Jim listened could not conceal Wo an not lionclad in our iiilos. Ml. V. Gold, ClaV, Ky. riht hor-- ' :it ''"me raise their voice in of movement. The Thcio will be sonic uolghbois In. but the suu down oei them I won n solt of vigil Mite coips couipiisid of its epic praise there is ro room left for doubt. men fioin the outside on tile r wlmt the woi d Is like up 8 t p.ut which tumbled her mosi was her It lsn t in .111 sense a puty."' tlieie." Read the public statement of a Marion that this pnlii ing body should father's tnndiciy to hi neighbor. I.ee Irgiula wont to her loom boiti" Then lie began eiy delli .itil, to In citizen: ijiilie aboil her e lutein epcrlein e be i oiinuaiidcd by one of their own That he dinukl light, that lie should high upon a new om option of tlie posr... Thomas L. .iiiimiii, iiiiiiroau oi., f!.tl:n.l n. .. JUST A LITTLE MOTHER. Theie was not much to tell In it loe number. Voiii lulhor was dm en se. kill nun In honoiable wmfaio, she sibilities of the west. It was ;'loi lolls .Marion. Kv.. sm"linnnV mid In i omiiiauii and was to guide stand, but not his leciem to think that one could enioy the lould uiuloi ly old town not f.ir from I'lill.idelphi.i llUK' "U,,hCr ''" " l!,bl"'pill,M'e,t'ny' for ho know almost every one of cy. ills deseitiou of her iiiothci and relief alter I had the ioiuioii, of the east 11' SIU'Vf.i."-ivv:'- . wbeie her aunt Ihcd. she had spen su,rL'rrl herself. the nistlois ind tniiiil ride diioclly t same lime ill it one dwelt within Since''! kiVsed her deal from kidney the ten j e.i is of li.ippy exile. "I was hor tin glo.11u.ng She came back to dwell at list on the liisphing shadow of the i.ingi 'ti- - forever ami a day. rllily lonely and hoiiiesicl; at liiM." she their doors." (tioulile and hail spent mudi money for the action of ih it slim young soldier Her hands weie as she put In my dreams "1 wish he hadn't done that," minBald. "Mothi r wiote only shoit let hear lit r (.ailing. medicine without receiving any benafit. who had calmly lidden tluoiigh the on the bright iniilln gown which vva calling o'er tlie wiary sea. Two years ago I was taken with an at- ters. and m l.ither never wiote at all ium oil tin ghl in i:allys,au....u f.ck of typhoid fever and upon recov- I didn't know he was dead then. "I must lie ft auk with you, Virginia. Infill la tod mob She reuioiubeiod that all she had lot ov cuing wear. She "C.iiih ye l,.,a He Katy, diar, come back to inc. was always good to me. lie wasn't a I can't om use tli.it in in. It was a she li.nl thrilliii even then at the felt very nun h like the sohoolghl ' that my kidneys were v kind of tic.i' hcry. He must have bec i agile and impel soual power which ho again, mid after she had done her bos' bad manias lie?" the doorway, filling ba,,1' disordered. The pains in my repleseliled. To hor dlllilish mllld ho to look nice she too); a scat In the liitle Sin's standing "So," Vipondcd Itcdtleld vvlthou' waipnl by his associates. They back were so severe that frequently I up the space. ho-rocket with Intent lo lompose hetself cd him by some moans that It win seemeil to hoar a chat in, like the hesitation "He was wry like the iv-- r ith the kcrcluit or her bioin and had to leave" my work and lie down for "I one tine day the I 'oil. oos of hoi' stojy books something for her mooting with stiangeis. of us. only a little more leokless and his duty, ami the mils around lar face: several houis. There was a constant whldi made him iuv ulneialile. wish wee weie dining without visitors." ii little mote p.utlsmi, that's all. Hi was stai tied by a messenger who ioil After a long pause J'edtleld spoke she said as she lie.ud a c.iirl.ige drive She is smiling as Our Lady smi c (ipS;r to pass ,1,,, kidney secietioni lu to say that the cattle barons wen was a dashing horseman and a dead above the Holy Child. again. "The memory of yoiu father up. A little latci a galloping hoi-- c en was """Bed to arise several an" mv shot, and so naturally a leader of coming with a hundred Toias bad me i will make lite for u time a bit haul tered the yaid and stopped at the door. And o'er luart runs forth to meet htr ti"leSi during the night. The kidney the waste of watir's wild. 'to dean out the town' and to put their for you in Ko.u lug these daredevils. He was popular fork. PeilniH She lie.ud voices in the hall ami secretions were aNo highly colored amd with both sides of the controvcixy up own meu into otllie. This last w.h your motliei's advice Is sound. Whv among tlicui one with a veiy Imglish l)u you know our B.illyshannmi. the passages were attended with pain. slllv rot to me. but the people believed not to the very moment when lie wen nine to Sulphur City, which Ii accent, one that snundtd precisely like wlicrc tlie very winds arc sweet l.f.pi.ru.Mi,.,,. ...i i. south to lead the Invaders iig.iint the spots floated almost entliely of the new spirit?" With the saltncss .,f the .r.i foam those she li.nl bean! on tlie stage. The gill was tingling now. "I rustleis." I can get my mother to mine, "if and the tang of smoldering peat: bt'lore my eyes. A relative, hearing t tl wait no longer mid At last she il.it I lemonibor the men win too, will be glad to do so, for hate "What was It all about? I newr unDo you know our mists that fold u. about my condition, advised me to give derstood It. What weie they lightlm; rode Into the town to give the nlaiii'. the I'oik. Hut I will not leave her taking coinage Iiom neiossliy, do a blanket soft and grav. Doan's.Kidney Pills a tiial and I pro- sceiided the stairs, a pleasant pliluic I was seated almost bleat bless." ' about?" Do you know nur Hally shannon theie. sick and alone." cured a supply at Haynes &, Tavlor's of vlgoiotis yet Miuiewh.it City and did not "I was in Sulphur "In a sense it was all wry simple "Much depends upon the doctor')) maidenhood. tin rcl rose down of day ' DrUff Storc Tfccy Clir(i me n ,c8g You see. Undo S.mi In his i.ireless, do hear of it till It was neatly all over." o,iii'l ii. .Lou loinoirovv." hn two months For over two years CONTINLEll. resumed, his speech show : Tiuii you stt. ,R. imie mother, just nothing way has always left his range Rodllold Tiny d topped the divide now benave had no ri turn attack of my old herself, so small and old. to the man who Rot theie Hist. Tliat n little of tin" ecltomeut whldi tin tween tlie 1'oik and Sulphur eieok ' With .1 look I'm ure would warm comolaint and am ound to look upon was the cattleman. At tlit theie was ed thioll-'- ll the gill's voice. "Well, tlie basin, and the giecn Holds, the alfalfa you wcic von Invcring with my cute as a permanent one." grass enough for us all, but as we tirst ct of wngeaiue was so meadows and tlie palutotl fniuihousei th" cold For sale by all dealers Price 30 cd tli.it It practically ended the thickened beneath them. Stiauge how built sheds and coirals about water n iiiirtlitttl. Oh. n patient, she Ing places we came to claim rights on whole campaign. cents. The invadois fell significant all these signs weie now! Co., HufFalo, whose work i nevtr done, the range. We usually seemed by upon and killed two randicrs. one of A few days ago they had appealed so ready with her laughter at New York, sole agents for the United whom was pioh.ibly not a rustler a" Uoiihttul impiovemeuts; now they fiaud homesteads in the sections States. t,hc rise and et ot iin. d tlie oncoming dominion of tlie water and so, sun In hand, all, but a peace ible settlor, anil the, Remember the name Doan's ami 'stood off' the man who came after. other one they most baibaiously oast. They meant cleanliness and MKi-2Something can and mu:t be done lu the gnat iiniise where I'm crving take no other. speech, good bread and sweet lolk Gradually, after much shooting and bunged. Moie than this, they nttudc kind to for tlie puny, crying baby, for the Hut they arc everguess my me. do not Inwing, we paneled out the i.inge and ed and vainly tiled to kill two settlei'i butter. yearning! ' is rest-- 1 refuses to J. ild Itedtiold swept through the town, less inthat sleep. And eat and settled down, cowring piactlc.illy the whom they mot on the road German its since the basis Wagelor the cabin over the sen tarn ami wage then turned up tlie siieam directly to- of ail health is the proper working send her. whole stnte. Our adjustments weie fanners, with no connection, so far n MATTOO.V yet cannot lougir hide: known, with the thieves. These men ward the high wall of tlie range, which ,of tiie digestive organs, look first t not perfect, but our system was winkmust ei' my little mother. must ing smoothly for us who controlled the escaped and gave the alarm, lu a was rigged and abiupt at tills point. the condition of the stomach and (Delayed from last ncstli at her sjdo range. We had convinced few bonis the whole range was ailnine They passed scwial oh, inning larin bowels. I. R. Summerville went to Louisville A cl 11J should Imo tvo full pad fr nml pretty neatly everybody else that with vengeful Hit. The I'oiks. as you houses, mid the western sky gievv ever She's just ,t httle mother a cabin last week on business may recall, was like a swarm of bum moie gloilotis with Its plum color and cnrtvlniT of the iiovv cla h'very iTriportant. the state was only tit for cattle grazfar away , satfron, and the lange loasseiied lis a with It convs .1 clear head, a Ilght- - Since ing and that we weie the most blebees. J. R. Summei villi; and family went Hvoi.v man and Isiy was kissed her m tiie gloaming, ot cpod oppttlto and sound 'tis forever and a day. grn.ers; furtheruioie" we weie armed and mounted. The storekeepers iiinsi..rv nvi.p tlie iu. At list llioy 'V'' to Marion Sunday. ip. .'P- t f3 crually Important to uut guns ami nmmuiiitlou, lame to the veiy laws of the i.inyon. Knov what 01 to lvo tho child in tha In dreams ,1k.', calling, cil'm"' In possession, mid no man could come distributed consiipaiion and Indices- Jarnes Baker lias the measles. winner, ii.iriiug, ves. In without our consent. ci me lenders devolopod, and the embattled and there, in a deep mutual grove of iiu.i. .iiimrui's aio too sirontr anil salts Hob of this pjace, has moved loftv 'otlonMMxl tiiHjs, KcilHoUl iusmmI iRi'J othei purgitivos rro not only too ' '' K lo nallvhnniiou, to niv "However, a wiy (iirlous law of our 'punkln i oilers,' nistlois and towns.irons, hn. mother and mv lionu on Crooked Creek. before a high nistle gate which 111.11 2. cauo of iwt tlie ell! d of uses them ever own making was our undoing. their had ta'to. Have jou Of men rode out to meet the invaders," tried Dr Caldwell's It Is The ghl paled with memory of It. ed the beginning of his estate. Tlie a IIijuM tonic that Svrup Pepsin? horn lourse the 'nostcr' or 'puiikln roller." 1'irs. u. u. oummerviiic visited Mrs. families lnvn as we contemptuously called the sm ill "It was toirlble. I went all day with- driveway was of gravel, ami the Intel D, Bg!!''J A ' ' 'CptlCSalve Rhda Fritts Fridiiv afternoon. nmd? nndC'2KtlvUe!! farmer, sifting in here and theie out eating, and for two nights we mingling of tiansplantod shrubs and "" .'PIAW-'..???.- ". pine trees showed the care of the pro- ... P01- - fo Frank Summerville went with Mr. hV'i.iM "... '? ni "Ofi'CVJ, In spite of our guns, but he was only a were all too oclloil to sleep. It seem V....U, ..uv iu iiihiiiii i"lipr in bo found for ehlMren. They nice IN tasta Farley to Maiion last week with a load mosquito bite In compailson with t as If the win Id were coming to an fessional g.u doner. ed suu The house was far from being a take Itwin not l.ave to forco tl.em to of tobacco. which our lovvpuiiehers stlried end. they . Mother cried because . v iiiou-- f can make dress goods First of nil. if vnn hm t,nf , up. Perhaps you remember enough wouldn't let hor go with them. She castle. Indeed, It was very like a It. Dr. Caldwell aould liko to seid you :"'d la ' s go up The Powell brothers have sold their and ipu'ckcr about the business to know that an didn't know father was leading the house In Hryn Mavvr, except that It '"' tinff nn old time farm; and Ben Gray has bought out ctet'- - X? .ft?, was built uut holy of half hewn logs, nnbrnnded yearling calf without Its other army." when convinced of its merits, vou can Frank Burton. wide piojectlug roof. Giant Ret it of our mother la called a maverick?" "She inii't have known soon, for it with driirsist hydrangeas and other Mow ei Ing hlnubs one dollar a uottl, justatasfifty cents nof "Yes; I remember that. It belongs was reported that your father was thonsinds I. mid clothes are not all made of other 2 to the man who finds him and brands among them. She certainly knew when bordeied the dtivo. and on the iiistle Mr. D. families me dolmr The family of "W. Financier of Strattonvllle. . terrace a lady lu white was waiting. ns well as thnt of Mr. A. P. JohnsonPa.. crash him." of fhey were driven to earth In that log alnut drove. Tenn.. started vith it In Ilodlield slowed down ami sera milled "Precisely. Now. that law worked fort, for they wore obliged to restrain OTERLJTO U6LE EYE 8AUE that wav and now write that It is their very nicely so long as the poor cowone family to food Itself. Many a man gets tangled up a her by force fioin going to your fa- ungracefully out. Put his voice was If vou are neeesltv Coed too Nuthlr.;; but tha Eyes unfortunate enouRh to have a string of lies. charming ns he said: "Kleanor. this sickly boy was willing to catch and brand ther. Av. I run over those furious child, one Riven to is Miss Yollieiford. She was on tho nnd Indigestion, vou should constipation him for his employer, but it proved a days it all seems Incredible like a sudfor a polut of getting the blues, so I brought nee sample of this rmedv. send Joker when he woke up and said tit den reversion to barbailsin." Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased her nvvuv." . explained. to irlve you anv medical advice yon may Ills fc'luns. 'Vhv brand these mnv. l.'o.i nil it all cud? The soldlera . KamtSMvessmmsmcomKMi Mrs. Rcdflcld, quite :.s urban as the desire for yourself or family pertaining to ? TBJttWM enitlwslit ." per head for this or that C inc. didn't they ?" house, was a slim little woman of del- the stomach, liver or howels absolutely charge. free In a "Ye-:- ; outlit when the law says they belong the long arm 1. Uncle Sam icate habit, very far fiom the ordinary totter ofnnd he winExplain tovour casedetail. replv vou In to the man who tlnds them?" hold upon the conception of a l.uicher's wife. Her Pnr the free sample slmplv send vour reueht'd out ami look a postal card or Lee Virginia looked up brightly. necks of both p. ill's. I guess your manner was politely considerate, but name and address on request otherwls". For either the doctor's WITHOUT THE and Ids hind would hare died not lie.iti.lly eoidlal (rlie visitor was aureus Is Dr. w. n. Caldwell, K.SOOCald-- I "That seems right to me." lather Prouwttssjnv. Itchis Piles, Dleedtn I'tles, Fistula Fissuro and ulldtkoascs ell building. Monticello, Ilk "Au.tyes, but wait: We cattlemen right there had not the tegular army not precisely hers;, and, though she of th IkMioai etKO undsraponltivc CIHUUHrEE. badTtffce herds, and the probabilities Interfered. It only ii'ipilrcd n'seigeunt warmed n little after looking Into Vlr- YOU PAT KOTHlkG UNTIL G030. were that the calf belonged to some wearing Uncle Sam's uniform to come ginla's face, she could not by any to psrvies wbana uitmen I puh'tsh In Ibis sdiertlnemeci, titj lire la ycur, or one of us, whereas the cowboy, having among those armed and furious cow- stretch of phrase he on led cordial. sdjolnlng County. 1 cured lltEM abdeaa CUIE TOD. Best horse shoer in the county Boyd Bennett, Fulton. s. N. Valentine. Fulton. no herd at all, Unew the maverick be boys and lemove their prisoners." "Ale you tired Yould you like to C. J. Grfjham, Eddyvllle. V'.v'..Mead0W8' Pulton. longed to spe liio's herd. True, the "I saw that. Jt was very strange at Al Easley's shop, north ColJ. H. HOflO. Fulton. Ho down before dinner''" she asked. j. w. Blchop, Owenchoro. Inw said It was lis, but the law did that sergeant was so young and so SENS FOR MY 172. PA6E FREE BOOK ;oormTa?.aeClpu2KnftSrors0cr "Oh, no, Indeed. .Nothing ever tires lege street, Adams shop .80 cts mean 10 rewnru tne rrcebooter. bra e." sad pssisce psid. These books contain much tntornistlon of srent vulue to any me," Virginia lespoudod, with a smile. round. oass.mteU'd with piles or anr form o( rectal trouble, sort hundreds ot testimonial He turned ami smiled ut her. "Do Tet that. la exactly what It did. At "You look like one In perfect hoalth." letters. wnmer youiase sie welcome to botk trat only a few outlaws took advnn- - you know who that was?" oaks. Write It will pay you. continued her hostess in the envious Her eyes flashed. Sho drew her tone of one who knew all too well tage of it, but hard years came on. tins M. KEY SMITH, M. cattle business became less and less breath with a gasp. "Was It Mr. what ill health meant. "Let me show SUTIEIUNS'I EAILE EYE S1LYE yrofltnble, wo yoret oreed to Uy off you to your room." Qnod for Noth'ne but th Eyes, Cavanagh, ' Forest pit-ac- e I I s ESKEW BROTHERS. Carrtege - I Machinists, Ranger Builders. Gas and Sleamfittcrs. I I T ) I I , Vf - os-- t. j r'i -' d i ! , ! . e -- j TWO SHOPS I . Marion, Kentucky, Eggs For Sale. j 11 ( ' J din-ne- t, I ( iat.-i'iics- s llt-- llinlcl-Mantlin- g ..!-- I - 111 K'-'- t ' I 111 ,,;: r,i cou-vl- n 111 I , i 1 ,i..-- 1 1 111 j 111 in-- I 111 -- I 111 con-sul- n SampSs Fostcr-Milbur- n con-talnin- g iep-rosou- tt For daisy's Ills do-ic- 3 I I I I I wo-jk.- ) out-el- es 111 corn-pote- ( I - 111 - 1 i , be-Mi- i XwvBn? v.i.-i- " I 11 SW.""??' .,..' ' '' r ! no-i- t 111 11 POL -- GUI KiWE I litf V I to-d- ay Cav-anngji- D.,"g.f i .M. ivv, V " .iFZ'-'s.'K- if xks.'-ti'Ul'- -.- -. r .?c ?rr If '3'"' i :- -r.? CrfP'Ji 'WSWP ' seen in our midst last Sunday and was SHERIDAN nil smiles. SALE (Dclavcd from last week.) Hello there Irvin. What's wrong? Miss Lena Yutes is visiting relatives You wnsn'c at Mr. Thomas' Sunday ni Marion this week. BY VIRTUE of Taxes due the State and County for the e ening. Mrs. Will Mayes is improving. Miss Katheryno Minner wn3 the of 1910 amounting to the sums stated $ I, or one of Deputies, wftl guest of Miss Byrd Yates last week. on Monday the 10 day of April 1911, between the hours of 10 a. ., Albert Humphrey left last week for and 3 o'clock P. M. at the court hourse door in Crittenden county, i . Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey parts unknown. Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, for cash For Coughs and Colds. Several of our young people attend- in hand, the following property (or so much thereof as may be ed the party at Aubrev Griffin's Satnecessary to satisfy the amount of the taxes due aforesaid and urday night and report a jolly time. OAK HALL t: costs) Miss Addie Carter, of Levias, was ' Miss Lillian Worley, of Marion, vis- the guest of her cousin, Miss Mayme Marion Precinct No 1 ited her aunt, Mrs. M. T. Worley, last Love, last week. Thos M. Lynn 50 acres near F. M. Davidsons 14,55 . . week. Owen Spees. of Carrsville, was in Same Agt. Nancy J. Clark 60 acres near A. Hughes 3.90 J. K. Postlewcight threshed peas this section last week. Wednesday. A. J. Bennett 500 acres near John Franklin 110.15 Mrs. Ebb Sullenger and Miss Sue Misses Irma Perry, Ruth Melton and 22.45 Bebout visited relatives in Tolu Friday. Mrs. A. J. Bennett 1 lot in Marion Ruth Terry, of Marion, attended Sun. . . 29.00 Fannie Belmear visited Mrs. Sue J. G Rocherter 1 lot in Marion B. street day School at this place Sunday. . K. C. Graves and W. G. Conditt Yates and daughters Sunday evening. F. B. Heath lot in Marion 4,jj, each had a fine mare badly snagged Claude Humphrey bought him a Tobe Tack well 25 acres near Edge Cruce . . 3.05 last week. horse Saturday and went Hardesty Dycusburg Precinct No. 3 The Oak Hall Literary Society ad- Saturday night. What's the attracJ. E. Holloman 25 acres near Tom Hall journed last Friday night to meet tion? 7.T . again the first Friday night in Sept. 48.00 Dallas Sherer, of Colon, was at Mr. W. L. Bennett dee'd 265 acres near John Clifton Enoch Belt and family visited rela- Williams' pound supper, or at least Susie Bugg(col)50 acres George Brooks 5.1 tives in the Sheridan neighborhood Sue sas so. Sybil and Cecil were Bells Mines Precinct No. 7 bislast week. there also and had the finest time im- Piney Precinct No. 8 hot-brea- ds Misses Willie Thomas and Clara aginable it seemed. Hurley, of Glen Dale, visited Miss delicious., J. A. C. Pickens, S. C. C. James Carter, Jr., visited one of his Lettie Conditt Saturday. friends at Sheridan Sunday. Duron Koon and Reed Easley, of J. O. Paris and family and W. B. in good condition. We can not imRichard looked rather blue last SuRoyal Baking Powder costs only a fair price per pound, Marion, attended the Oak Hall Liter ndaycause unknown. Ina says ab- Paris and family visited their mother, agine how they came there, or whose and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking ary Society Friday night. they are, but many think that thoy powder in the world. It makes pure, clean, healthful food. John McFarrow, of Uniontown, and sences makes the heart grow fonder. Mrs. Nancy Paris, Sunday. Jerry Daughtry went to went te belong to the poor fellow that lost his Grover Kellen, of Smiths Mills, visited Herbert thinks she means for the other fellow. at the Free Betty ford. Weston Saturday to the Masonic lodge. jaw-bon- e R. L. Drury last week. Hugh Brown made a business call at Grace seems to be wearing her heart Cook Book 800 Receipts Free. Send Name and Address, Royal Mrs. Albert Conger visited her parMrs. Agnes Beard, of Salem ha Fredonia Saturday. away for some one. Cheer up. "He" moved to this neighborhood. ents last week. Mrs. John Baker is on the sick list. nOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK J. U. Claghorn, W. G. Conditt and is't far away. Mrs. P. L. Watson visited F. E. Mrs. Mary Henson went to Marion of Gilbert Worley sold a nice bunch Blanche thinks it is real nice to be Watson and family Monday. Friday on business. hogs last week. old man's darling. an G. C Wathen is moving to Marion. Elihu Millikan is quite sick with Misses Lettie and Grace and Messrs. Tom Dempsey were in town Monday. Prayer meeting at Deer Creek Satrheumatism. George and Marion Conditt attended urday night. Everybody come. Uncle Guarad Walker was in WesLet us do our best for each other. St. Patrick's day jnrty at the home of ton one day last week. Dr. Making life a pleasant dream, in Miss Emma Terry Saturday night. Ezra Long spent several days s - r m rt . ?1 f Good for a!i Skin Diseases. U. S. Graves and family were the Help a poor and weary brother. li Morganfield last week with his mother, L'liiiJ 3 tiUlLC suiLft; Oil guests of W. H. Graves and family Who is pulling hand against the stream. Mrs. Nannie Belt. Qood for Nothing but too Eyes Mrs. Annis O'Neal and Mecca New-cor- n Sunday. Will Brantley was in this neighborCALDWELL SPRINGS. were the guests of Mrs. Jane hood last week. Byron W. King. Nelson last week. Last week was fine weather for CAVE SPHLNG Several from this community are M. A. Wilson was in Madisonville farm work, and many of our farmers Byron W. King the king of attending the singii'g bchool at Mt. (Delayed from last week.) last week. used it to an advantage in turning the Zion. day-las-t the platform will deliver his As we have not seen any news from sod. John Walker was in Marion one NKW SALKM Joe Dean's absence from Sunday this place in so long, we thought we week. Some say that all the tobacco plants famous lecture "What Fools? Died March l.'ith, 1911, at the resiFuzzy Newcom says he will be glad School of Sunday afternoon, causes would write again. that were up, were killed by the re- These Mortals Be," in the AudJohn l'aee, of when the Shawneetown fair comes ofT. quite a sensation. dence of her cent freeze. Health is very good in this section. Salem, Ky., Mr. Orlena Kirk, in her' He U fond of hor.je races, I guess, Ed Young and Jerry Barnes were in itorium Wednesday night, March We regret to say that Mrs. Mat tie seventy-fourt- h year. Mrs. Kirk wj s Miss Nannie Phelps visited Mrs. D. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Walker, who has been sick nearly all Lyon county Sunday. 29, at eight o.clock. There is among the oldest citizens of this H. King Thursday. Henry Brown and sons were guests the time since October, is no better. KCi Coughs and Colds New section, having resided near not a man on the platform today Miss Vera Ward and Homer Mayes Mrs. U. L. Nichols and son, Curry, of James Brown Sunday. Salem for over half a century. She passed through here Sunday. Many frogs looked through glass who excels Mr. King in power visited relatives in Marion Thursday was the mother ten children and lived Ves Newcom and family visited Will windows Thursday. GLEN DALE and Friday. to portray humor and pathos, or to sec them all married. One of them Newcom Sunday. No gardening done yet, nat even a Miss Tilda Brantley is attending potato planted. Prayer meeting at this place was atdied a few jears ago, nine of them Miss Bettie Steele returned home is more versatile in every pw-astended her funeral, five of them live Sunday from an extended visit to her well attended Sunday afternoon. Come school at Providence. John Hamby and lamily started for of dramatic art. again, we are glad to nave you witn in this county and four in Livingston sisters at Providence. Rev. Spence filled his regular ap Texas Monday, where he will embark Miss Pruda Ward has returned home us. county, bhe was the grandmother of This is not one of the regular pointment at this place Saturday and in the grocery business. forty-on- e grandchildren, the great from Roe Hujthes' where she hia been Misses Cora and Rosa Moore enter- Sunday. Joe Cluck went to Paducah Sunday. numbers on the Lyceum course great staying the past week. grandmother of twenty-fiv- e tained a few of their friends Thursday Some of our people attended the K L. Nichols and Charley Walker he was a christian Misses Ina Newcom, Nonie O'Neal night in honor of their guest, Miss made a flying trip to Blackford Satur Quarterly meeting'of the M. E. church because it was secured after the grandchildren, woman in every sense of the word, and Bulah Nation spent a pleasant day May Thompson. others had been contracted. day. at Dycusburg Sunday evening. arid was a member of the M. E. church last week with Misses Lena and May H. E. Turlej has returned to this It does not take any effort to drift But those holdin g season tickets, Miss Bessie Runyan spent Tuesday at Tyner's Chapel, of which she had Newcom. down stream, but he who pulls against neighborhood after quite an extended with Miss Graciu Walker. Dock Truitt was through this sec- trip to Oklahoma. been a member every since that church may secure tickets at forty cents Judge Walker was the gue3t of his the tide, meets with many difficulties was organized and when able to at- tion last week. along the way. Life is like a wonder- if they willpresent their Miss Mary hurley has been quite parents Saturday and Sunday. seasons Potter Phelps, of Providence, was sick tend, her seat was never vacant. A ful river, flowing on from day to day. the past week. tickets at the window when they Mrs. Caroline and Ethel Chandler, Men like vasscls launched upon large concour?e if relatives and friends the guest of his mother, Mrs. Vina it, are buy. J. W. Stallion and Miss Alice Cline of Blackford, are visiting relatives in Tickets Must be presented assembled at Tyner's Chapel on March Phelps Saturday and Sunday. often wrecked and cart away. Tues- this vicinity. Mr. Ward was in Westcn last week. visited E. Champion near Salem to get the reduction. General 11th, to pay their last tribute ot reWillie Pilant was plowing recently and Ray Newcom was in Marion one day day night of last week. spect to this good old christ'an woman. Misses Alpha and Annie Orr, of his plow turned up a partial set of nr- - admission fifty cents. School Work at the Commodore is still pro Blackford, A most appropriate funeral sermon Ir.st week with a load of tobacco. visited relatives in this tificial teeth; the teeth and plate are children thirty-fiv- e cents. We aio mht.v to say our friend, Ben gressing nicely with three shifts work- neighborhood. was preached by Rev. Smith, of the ing tegularly. M. C church, after which her remains Ueele, has left for parts unknown Bob Brantley went to Blacklord were laid to iv tne snie or ner Your writer had the pleasure of Ollic Humphrey has gotten in from Saturday . CLASS BARRED husband, John T. Kirk, in the church shaking hands with some old friends Evansville and will farm, but sajs gas With best wishes for the Record-Pres- s long since. yard at Tyner's Chapel to await the not light is still the best and its many readers. 1 will P. II. O'Neal spent Sunday with T. morning of the resuivction. Messrs. A. G. Cline and J. B. White close, begging to remain. A Friend. W. Walker. Some sicKness. EGGS FOR went to Marion Friday. AT ONE HALF Holme: Taylor, of Blackford, tpent Kruit, generally will be a failure A few of our people celebrated Saint If we have any peach ar.d honey Saturday and Sunday with his cousin, Patrick's day by wearing the Shamrpx?;w. tilts year, we will have to go to some Johnnie Phillips. ..II w... Cnoii for Mo'""- - but tho Eyes- Peter Hazel attended the Farmer ' rock. other place to get the ponchos. Chester Woodall, one of our most Mrs. Suran LnRue, of Levins, is the Union rally at Blackford last week. On of and family visited promising young men, left Tuesday guest of her f i, LiRu. and J. P. HEBRON, I for Washington. We wish him well. Mr. Lizzie Phillips Sunday. family this week. Miss Ina Nmvcom and brother visitSunday School at Dunn Spiings Miss Stella Thomas entertained a Ljnn Clark and family, of Hampton, is attended tho furura! and burial of ed their uncle, Leu O'Neal, several few of her friends on St. Patrick's every Sunday morning at 9:30. I day, that being her birthday. Mrs. Orlena Kirk, Mrs. Clark's mother. days last week. J. M. Barnes anil family, of Marion, Joe Bob Collins and family, of WesTh" farmers, generally, finished sowvisited P. L. Watson Saturday and to Fruit trees in bloom and the mercuton, visited in this section Sunday. ing their oat crop last wee!.. Sunday. ry down to 22. How is that? Curtis O'Neal and family spent SunSome of our farmers are through Jasper Walker, of Hardesty, was in day at D. H. King's. inin breaking corn irround. this section Wednesday on business. I Iun Harpending, of Marion, spent There was a singing at Tom Walk- S3lLl,:iafiS E&LE Ml Cnarley Hoover, of Tolu, parsed er's Sunday night which was well at.Sunday the guest ol his parents. Good fat Nothing but tho Eyos through this neighborhood Sunday e The wheat prospects for the 1011 tended. III. to Vina Phelps and daughter, Mr. crop is not flattering. Miss Bessie Bracoy and brothers, Circuit Court Convened Monday. Mont Davenport and family spent Nannie, were the guests of Mr. Ward's m John, Edd and Sam, left Wednesday . .t lait Sunday th" guest of relatives near family Sunday everting. iV Judge J. F. Gordon convened for Portland, Oregon. Mis. Jane Nelson is suffering with in Yiew, Ky. Will Hudson, of Salem, was seen in rheutr.r.tis m at this writing. 'i vri'r. Sfts" the spring term of the Circuit The quilting at H. B. Phillips' Fii-da- y a V'ttjiS was well attended and was follow, this section one day last week riding Court Monday. seventy-fiv- e "SfV'ltr ..: ed by a singing Friday night which the second Dan Patch. There is no rJ5'..VU 'atiffM Commonwealth's Attorney, J. was enjoyed by all present. danger of a motor car passing William. Or. We are acquainted with some men !L raft-iMsfiGood for all 8kln Mrs. Dezzie Clement is visiting rela TiTVL. Grayott, arrived Monday to folmade Ananias blush, JKSp?'SiaSyjft that would have tives in Marion this week. V.t-JN- y. in look after the law breakers. - .. mhad they lived in his time. J. T Vaughn and family visited W. A few of our old men have been suf The morning session was taken B Wilborn at Fords Ferry Sunday. OAK UI50VE MARION, TOLU, SHERIDAN, fering the past week with lagrippe. SHADY GROVE, SALEM, with the official reports U. A. Daughtry and family attended As we have not seen any items from up, They need a little medicine but not CARRSVILLE, SMSTHLAIVD, PINKNEYVILLE, LOLA.- this place in so long, wc thought wc which are made to the Court the Masonic Lodge at Wetson Saturday juinine. and remained over until Sunday visit AMD HAMPTON, Campbell, wife and son, of would write to let you know that we each term, John and with the Judge's ing friends and relatives. (lead. Seven Springs neighborhood, attended were not all Alva Watson was in Marion one day There will be preaching at this place charge to the grandjury, which the funeral of Mrs. Orlena Kirk, the last week. the fourth Sunday. wether of Mrs Campbell. was unusually strong and forceMrs. Annie Hardin was the guest of Tom Carter, of Levias, was in this John Pace and wife, of Salem, were in ful this term. vicinity Sunday. the guests of relatives in this section Mrs. Alice Eskew last week, if I Elbert Thomas was the guest of his Judge Gordon has almost re Swiday. Bro. Pickering will leave in a short uncle Newton, Saturday and Sunday. a covered lrom his recent illness time for home. George Patmore has beenvquite sick twenty-fiv- e Misses Lucy and Ellen and Messrs. with the measles, but was able to visit but is still compelled to use a ANTI-PAI- N DR. Fred and Ross Gass, of Glendale, athis parents Saturday. walking cane. F"r Internal and external Pains. tended church at Dunn Springs Sunday. Victor and Fred Hillyard and Miss if There are no cases to come up Chas. Dalton, of Elizabethtown, III., Mary Thomas paid Algie Hillyard and I I in family a visit Friday evening. of great importance, many of visited at tho home of F. E. Watson KODflEY. Monday. Miss Inez Lynn was the guest of; them being cases which have Lee Easley, of Marion, was in this Rodnev is flourishing as usual. Miss Mary Thomas Sunday evening. Rusael Ford, ef Crooked Creek, was) been on the docket several yean. neighborhood Friday. Allen Newcom, Thomas O'Neal and r' t".ii U! t SHERIFF'S FOR TAXES 'TiL BtruilllG raf&ER Absolutely Pure ye:r to-wi- ... The official Government tests show Royal Baking Powder to be an absolutely pure and healthful grape cream of tartar baking powder, and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any other brand in its place. With no other agent can be made cuit, cake and so pure, healthful and .... I nmKMA (ounty jQw Bell's AntisepticSalve u tu; "v Dr. Ball's e ' ret ami PLYMOUTH ROCKS PRICE SETHI vk s UUl en-rou- te Cave-in-Roc- k, the account not being prep, red to take care of the large amount of eggs that am now getting from my poultry which about twelve hundred to fifteen hundred eggs monthly, and am only prepared take care of five hundred every twenty one days, my concluded to cffcr these ggsfrorn High to parties near nome rather than to adver- j: papers out of kw: mem my own State at remark- ga&aagBg felWM Mi Bell's AntisepticSalve WM&fcZ :"3rt ably lew price of cents per setting of fifteen, delivered at the lowing places Crittenden and Livingston counties. BELL'S The above price is hardly one half of what these eggs would cost ycu should you purchase them from poultry people other states who hive the full blood, and was prepared to take care of them all, not penny less than one dIJar and cents wculd buy them. Should be pleased to have any one call and investigate my stock, they so desire to see tor themselveV whether have what claim this line or not. Write or Call. j fe '&.. ' " Air i W. S. LO .VERY, .Wl (s ai 1 Marion, Ky. $' 'Ti-i- ! .."... 1'.lStif'ui ... ..