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KEMUCKY, April '11 v MARION, CKITTENUEN 27 MU WUMt44 X .CUABAWTtll. K trschbaum Qothei AU.BIOOC r'tf J NAMDTWIMIt S w; ;'r:"';BBHtfc4iL;Ti';'r'! r THOMAS r j r M ANY WILLIAM ADDAMS, Candidate for Governor, favors: 1. Stringent educational laws that will secure more schools, .better schools and better pay for the teachers in order to insura i IVI poor devil has gotten a lot of comfort and pleasure a competency and such a system of schools as will insure equal opportunity to all children. 2. -- Constitutional revision of the tax laws. w .'!. All legislation necessary to bring the roads of Kentucky to thf; highest state of efficiency. 4. State bank inspection. 5. Bringing the militia up to the highest standard of efficiency and freeing same from politics. and between farmers as well as , among other laboring men, whether they labor in the field, factory, ,9tore, or wherever wage is earned. 7. -- Such legislation as would improve the relation between capital and labor. 8. The strict enforcement of that portion of Article G of the Constitution of the United State which reads as follows: "No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust." 9. Election of United States Senators by direct vote of the - people. 10. The strict enforcement of all laws on the Statute books. Democratic Primary Election. Sunday. July 1st. 191L Strikes sunken rocks Lusitania Wrecked, 800 Passongers Saved. COMMITED SUICIDE AT ! MORGANFIELD . Short $6,000 in his accounts Morgan field, Ky., April 20. Sheriff J. W. Carter, of Union , i x Capetown, South Africa. April 11). The Portugese mail steamer Lusitania is piled up on Bellows Hock, two miles southwest of the Cape of Good Hope. Her 00 passengers and crew were taken off this morning by the British warship Forte and a Goverment tug, The Lusitania was bound from Mozambique for Lismon when she struck on the sunken socks. There is no hope of saving the vessel 1. Eight persons were drowned during the transfer of the and crow from the wreck to the British Warship Forte and a Gov'ment tug. Those lost were fur men, two women and two children, occupants of two small boats which capsized. Their companions were rescued. ptis-Jfsengo- county, commited suicide in a stable on his place by shooting himself. Death was instant. In an investigation of his office made recently he was found to be $6,000 short in his accounts and he had been given until tomorrow to make up the deficit. It is supposed that his efforts to raise the money had failed and in his despondency he decided to kill himself. He was a prominent citizen of this county and is survived" by his wife and a large family. To The Public. out of a Kirscnbaum garment long after his more fortunate brother has discarded it possibly after It has been worn two or three Pretty Home Wedding seasons. There is nothing A pretty home wedding was NONOGENARIAN at the home remarkable about this state- solomized WednesdayE. Thurman of Mr. and Mrs. E. atBuenaPark, when their daugh- Relict Of Judge Garter ment. ter, Eula, was given in marriage to Charles Richard Bealy, of this Goes To Her Reward d Kirschbaum city. high suits and overcoats plePromptly at placesnoon the cou- Died at tlie homo of her son, D. W. took their before the Carter, Carter are so carefully and thor- Reverend William M. Perry, pas- morninp,Mrs. nearly last Friday . need tor of the Fisat Baptist church of was the consort of the late Judpe She D.' oughly made, from start to Ontario, who, withafewimpress-siv- W. Carter. Fi'vp children survive her, Carter. J. united them the Eld. T. W. Carter. finish, that they give the holy words of matrimony. ill The Carter, Mrs. Henry B.Cook nnd D.Mrs. bonds Harriet Donady, of this county. greatest possible wear, no ceremony was witnessed by rel- The funeral servicesallwere conducted at atives and intimate friends of the Union church Saturday by Revs. "Miller and LnRue. after which her body was matter what price was paid contracting parties only. laid to rest beside her husband in hope The parlor was beautifully of the resurrection. Precious in the for them. in calla lilies and greenery sipht of the Lord is the death of His while the dining room and tables ?aints Thpy rest from their labors They are guaranteed were in lavender, bodina flowers and thev do follow them. through this store to you. and satin ribbons of dainty shade being used effectively. The immense Kirschbaum Following congratulations all Mine And Stocks. repaired to dining organization of the finest tai- a delicious theweddingroom where If you want to sell your Farm, breakfast Mineral or Timber properties lors and designers is always was served. The is a charming young come and list it with me at once. at your service assuring COO womanbn'de is held in high esteem I have a call for some mineral and for-mo- st self an en 'I'ab'.o reputation as a financier and business man. He i OF LOGAN COUNTY is a brother of the Hon. Jonn S. Has authorized the announce- Rhea, former Represenative in ment of his candidacy for congress from the Third district Treasurer of the St-ilof Ken- anc) is one of the most widely tucky subject to the action of the known yonng democrats in the Democratic primary election to State. His advice and counsel are albeheld July, 1st. 1911., Russell-villean- d Mr. Rhea is a rativoof ways in demand. He is a tirehas lived there all of his less worker and is never happier life. For years he was sheriff of than when engaged in a political Logan County. combat. Mr. Rhea stands in the At the expiration of his term of office he was elected Vice Presranks at home and his ident of the Bank of Russelville friends throughout the state and has since that time been the think his name on a ticket would of the bank. He holds this pos- bring much strength to the parition now and has made for him- - ty in November. S.RHEA I e all-wo- ol hand-tailore- .Tnnp ninetv-two- e C. dec-rate- d Real-Esta- te vujfl I rs have opened a new, clean and butcher shop in the Hardin Bros Grocery and will at all times keep on hands wanted, and deliver where promptly, fresh meats of all kinds obtainable in this market. Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Country Ham, Dressed Fowls nnd Fresh Eggs. I will sell at lowest prices and hope by fair and courteous treatment to merit your patronage. D. A. Fansler. I up-to-da- te Park. See our splendid assortment; whatever Mr. Bealy is a prosperous young selection, you can't make a mistake. man and is at present engaged in your the wholesale fruit business in When you want a blue serge suit the Kirschbaum "True Blue" Special serge Pomona. After a short wedding at $18 is the serge to buyl A fine smooth trip, Mr. and Mrs. Bealy will be warp both at home to their friends in Pofabric, woven with two-pl- y ways. Warranted color fast. A new mona. Ontario Cal. Daily Rep. suit for any that fades. , Look for .the Kirschbaum guaranteed NOTICE. 'True Blue" label under the inside breast The stockholders of the Farpocket. Prices $15 to $35. mers Union Tobacco Association, You are hereby notified to meet at Marion at the Court House on Saturday, May 13, 1911, at one o'clock, p. m., business of im' portance, come. G. B. Taylor, chairman. rectness and equality. by her many friends present I cant fill property at Buena and yoursat might be the property We are here to do business and are doing business on a I need. k run. still have a few shares in the Doyle Mining Co., but they are going fast, if you want stock in this valuable mine, you had better get busy and see me, shares are advancing at a rapid rate. I will be on my farm two mile southwest of Salem, Ky,, on the Greens Ferry and Salem road. Thursday and Friday of each week come and see me. This applies to Livingston and Crittenden Counties onlv. agent David C. Loveless, Spt-cia-l the National for Realty Co., Washington, D. C. I J McCONNELL & NUNN'S CASH STORE. k' II 4t m . ,wr "" ' y2l! jr. .U-.- " !.VUi J- -. .iv Kit... A. - Vfu v.. A. E c? imtt r9 v 'FiiHHjw. rt r r- - m 1 W!SpJ l-- H W. Blackburn, Allen, 3 da, gradC ..iran, T. 11. & Co., hdw. 3.00 "9.15 ing road acct Boswell, LcfTel, 2 da. gradCochran. T. H. & Co., sup48.44 2.00 ing road plies for Co Bigham Lodge No. 256, room Clark, Marion, tabic for Co. 4.00 4.00 to hold election Judge 4.50 Clark, Marion, work on Co. Hoaz, Owen, sheriff election FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1S.00 3.25 Baker, J. W.. sheriff election Atty, of 2.00 vConyer, w., 'J Ua. u. ot 5, 1S09, to Bebout, A. J., clerk election. Crittenden. County, Oct. 2.00 Black, F L., clerk election.. u.ou bupervisors 2.00 Clark, Marion, work on clerk's Habb, W. M judge election Oct. 4, 1910. Barnes, J. J., care, attention ".20 office 3.50 Corkins Cheiu. Co, Disinfect. Mrs. Chandler Bourlaud, J. C, ballots and 25.00 for Co. jail 12.74 supplies Nov. election. 1909 8V.50 Cassidy & Ramagc. lumber.. Adams, J. U., asst'g Co .Sujit. 34.93 Barnes. Arbelle, aid and sup. 30:00 Champion, E., lumber $ fi.oo Beard, P. E., Ban. Dunn Sprgs Ex Cochran. T. II. & Co.. sup Asher, Jno. G. wTg on court 5.00 bridge 35.40 plies for Co 131 scrv, road orders, Beard, P. E., mak. abuttments 5.80 Conger, J. F., lumber for rd. Austin, Western Co., rdprs D. Sprgs. bridge 5.00 Conger, Francis, aid and sup.ow gdr for Beard. P. E.. 1 da. F. C. ser 20.00 port his 2 blind children.. ti.00 Akcrs. W. C. 4 da. P. & T. 3.00 Crittenden vices Record - Press, 4.50 Bennett. Henry. 3 da. P. & T. Armstrong, Jno., 3 da. I & T. 4.50 . 5.00 printing court calenders G.00 Alvis, Will, 4 da. P. & T. . . 1.50 Carnahan, W, G., money to Bebout, Alvin. 1 da. P. & T. da. P. Adamson, Robt., 5U Bruton, Wright, aid and supnay freight on three road S.25 & T 4.00 port 41.79 graders 4.50 Brown, R. B.. lumber Agce, Henry, 3 da. P. & T. 4 2.3 I 27.00 Cline, A. (j., work on road. 8.25 Bourlaud, J. C, printing court 5 hi da. P. & T. Asher, Forest. 6.00 Clark, Lumnie, work on road da. P. & Austin, Harris, 3 5.00 Clark, Sherman, work on road 27.00 docket 5.25 Bebout, A. J., median. Tom T Clark, W. S., work on road 27.05 5.25 3 S5 Adams. L. !., 3 hi da. P. & T. Burton Clark, W. S., work on road . 16.50 .75 Belt, M., hauling tiling Allen, Charley, hi da. P. & T. 1.00 Carnahan, W. G., money to 2.00 Bigham, J. N., poor house sheriff election. Adams, J. pav lor three road graders. 622.50 Asbridgc, W. E., judge elecclaim 128.60 Crittenden print2.00 Boston, J. N., shingles tion for ing orders Dyersburg gradAsher, J. G , road orders, poor house stable 21.75 25 00 ed school election 60.00 Brown, H. G, putting waiting on court, etc in Cavendcr, Mrs. A. S., goods G., money for Asher, Jno. bridge 5.00 1.56 for Rosa Braswell 1.50 Bell, J. E., 2 da. P. & T livery bill 3.00 Craync. C. C, land for roadAsher, J. G., money paid for Beard, P. E., 1 da. bridge 30.00 way 4.00 putting up voting booths. com 3.00 Craync. J. S.. caring for t Asher, Jno. G., waiting on Beard, P. E., 1 da. F. C. serCharley Moore iu.wu 19.50 court, etc vices 3.00 Clement. I. I.. 5 da. P. & T. . 7.50 13.44 Barnes, J. J., Asher, Sam, lumber 1.50 Conger, Albert, 1 da P. & T . 2 da. P. & T.. . . 3.00 Alvis, Jesse, . . . Mrs. Chandler 7.00 Conger. Dosste. I da. P. &T.. 1.50 3.00 Bracey, Jno. Ed, 1 Alvis, John. 2 da. P. & T-- . . da. P. 1.50 Cook. Dr. O. C. 1 da. P & T 2.25 da. P. & T. . Alvis, Jesse, 1 5 Casner, J. F.. 6 da. P. & T. . Ol 9.00 2.25 Barnes, Joe, caring for Mrs. da. P. & T. Alvis, Jno.. H Longer, 1 M., aid and sup Asher, J. G., amount paid T. Chandler 7.00 20.00 port two blind children . 10.00 Bourlaud, J. C, printing sumL. Waddell 5.00 Campbell, J. M., lumber . . G., C da. election Asher, Jno. mons, etc 6.00 Corley. E. J., lumber 20.28 12.00 Belt, H. A., 9 da. B. of Su- com Calmes, N. E., printing finan5.00 Asher, Jno. G., office table . . pcrvisors 13.50 105.50 cial statement Adams & Guess, blacksmith- Bruton. Wright, aid and supClark, Lummie, sheriff elec1.70 ing ; port 4.00 2.00 tion Bruton, Wright, aid and supBoston, J N lumber for Co. Clement, R. B., judge elec24.00 port Atty. and Com. of 1S.90 3.25 tion Bell, John, aid and support. 30.00 Boston, J. N., dis. on claim. 1.05 Carter, J. B., clerk election 2.00 Blackburn, W. A., asst'g Co. Bradley-GilbeCo., books for Clayton, J. T., sheriff elecG.00 Supt. Ex Co. official 69.25 4.50 tion Bradley, Gilbert Co., Ccrtif. of Burton, Tom, aid and sup- Craync, C. C, 3 da. team Clm. Bk 13.S5 port 15.00 6.00 grading road Beard, P. E.. repairs on till Bruton, Wright, aid and supCrawford, G. B., lumber and Dunn Spring 40.00 port 4.00 2.S7 nails Blackburn, W. A., salary as Brown. S. T.. lumber S.50 Carnahan, W. G., money adCo. Judge 394.85 Bruton, Wright, aid and supvanced to pay for work on Barnes. T. P., grading road port 4.00 100.00 road and lumber 20.60 Bradley-GilbeCo., Ky. statCarnahan, W. G., money Barnes, Mark, 12 da. P. & T. 18.00 utes, etc 112.40 to pay for work on Burton, Tom, aid and support 30.00 Hrmkley, Sam, coffin for Craync hill 75.00 Beard. P. E., Brdg Com... 2.00 brother 25.00 Carnahan, W. G., money to Brouster, Taylor, aid and supitnnKiey, bam, for Newberry pay for crushed rock for port Jno. Mullinax 1S.00 To illustrate, if you buy one dollars worth of domestic, or anything else you draw one for keeping Jno. Brinklcy. 5.00 Craync hill 92.30 Beard, P. E., R C. services 3.00 Burton, Tom. aid and support 30.00 da. P. & T.. Clark, Harvey, 6.00 orange. If you buy a twenty dollar drugget, you draw twenty oranges. . 12 da. P. & T. Brasher. J. 1S.00 Blackburn, W. A., expenses to Com, John. 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 Black, Fay, 2 a. p. & T. 3,75 Frankfort to appear B. of Corn, N. F.. 1 da. P. & T. . 1.50 We have the greatest line of Spring offerings and at the most marvelously low prices Belt, Bill, 4 da. P. & T 6.00 Equalization 30.00 Carnahan, W. G., money ad. Belt, R. M., 2 da. P. & T 3.00 Bell, J. W.. aid and support 5.00 We are selling our merchandise on its merits for work on road 50.00 that it has ever been our pleasure to show. Bebout, Elmer, 3hi da. P. & Brown, R. B., lumber for poor Carnahan, W. G., money for T alone. We never in our lives felt more sanguine that we were giving more dependable 5.25 house farm 4.20 quilts for poor house . . 10.60 Jiateman, Joe, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 Bell, John, ajd and support. 5.00 Clark & Drury. building merchandise than we arc right now. Boyd, Chas. R., 2 da. P. &. T. 3.00 Bell, John, aid and support. 5.00 stable poor house 26.50 Bryant, M. G., 3 da. P. & T. 4.50 Byford, Coleman, bldg. culWe (1ft not ask or expect anyone to buy a penny of us in the expectation that they wil Clark, W. S., sand poor house 6.00 Bargcr, B. B.f 1 da. P. & T. 1.50 vert on road 1.00 Craync, Vernon, lumber 11.10 Brown, S. T., 1 hi da, P. & T. 2.25 Bell, John, aid and support. 24.00 rdraw money, because they may not. There are many oranges without money. Crider, Geo. M., typcrwnt vJJrown, Ed, 2 da. P. & T. . 3.00 Bradley-GilbeCo., execuer for county judge 90.00 Boyd, John, 3 da. P. & T. . What we do claim is this; That if you need merchandise or will need it soon, that no, 4.50 tor's bond book 8.60 Clement, J. I., fencing caused 7,50 Burton, Mrs. Tom, aid and Bennett, Hugh, 5 da. P. & T. by changing road 100 00 house ever did. ever will, or ever can give you more merchandise for your money than we Belmear, R. H... 1 hi da. P. Support 15.00 Cook, G. R., 1 da. P. & T. . . 1.50 & T 2.25 Bourland, J. C, printing Corley, Finie. 2 da. P. & T. . 3S00 arc giving and in addition to the merchandise which you buy, we will, during this sale Butler, F. L., 4 da. P. & T.. 6.00 road orders, etc 38.75 Conger, J. Frank., lumber 5.S4 give you one orange with each dollar's purchase, and that orange will in Beavers, C. 1 , 4 da. P. & T. 0.00 Barnes, Tom B., lumber for most cases conCrider, Polly, land for road Birchfield, J. T., 7 da. P. & road 19.74 way tain money. 'T 37.50 10.50 Brightman, W. A., lumber.. 6.40 Clement, R. B., repairs on Brantley, John, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 C rider. Eldon, 2 da. P. & T.. 3.00 bridge 26.90 Barnes, Mark, 7 da. P. & T. . 10.50 Carnahan, W. G., money to Cochran, T. H. & Co., hdw.. . 45.50 Blackburn, T, W., 8 da. P. pay for work on road 50.00 nee 45.50 & T. 12.00 Champion, E.. 9 da. P. & T 13.50 Conger, J. Frank, lumber 10.14 Beit, H. L., 2 hi da. P. & T. 0.25 Cline. A. G., 3 da. P. & T... 4.50 Corley, E. J., lumber 2.77 Brown, H. U 10 da. P. & T. M.00 Cleghorn, J. W. G., 4 da. P. Champion, E., lumber 5.12 3.0Q Baird, Dooly, 2 da. P. & T.. &T 6.00 Champion. E., lumber 15.50 Burton, T. J., 4 hi da. P. & T. 0.75 Corley, Stokes, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 Conger, J. F., lumber 31.40 Beard, J. T., 4 da. P. & T. . 6.00 Carter. Herbert, hi da. P. & Davis, F. M., for aid and supBrasher, E. C, C da. P. & T. !.00 Commissioner's Sale port 12.00 Brown, W. F., 5 da. P. & T. 7.50 Coleman, F. E.. 3 da'. P. & T. 4.50 Drury, G. T., keep paupers . 442.60 3 da. P. & T . . Brown, Sam, 4.50 Corley. W. E.. 6 4 da. P. Drake, J. R., lumber for road 4.25 Bryant. J. G., 1 da. P. & T. . 1.50 & T 9.75 Dean. Joe, 4 da. P. & T 6.00 Beckner, J. H.. 3 da. P. men. v. .1 .la. P & T. 1.50 Donakcy. C. E., 2 da. P. & T 3.00 CRITTENDEN CIRCUIT C .'.'en, W. X.. 5 da. P. & T. 7.50 Davidson, T. M.. 3 da. P & T 4.50 liriKhtman, V. A.f C da. P. Viola, 4 da. P. &T. p. & T. COURT, KENTUCKY 6.00 Dorris, Doagla, 2 3.75 9.00 Longer, Henry, 6 da. P. & T. 1M)0 Dobins, W. II., 516 da. P. & Brightman, F. M., 1 da. P. & J. G. Rochester, Com'r Uift. C. M., 5& da. P. & T. j8.S5 8.75 1.50 Crayr.e. Sherman, 7 da. P. & CrittenDcboe, Joe, 4 da.' P. & T.' 6.00 and Ree'r of the Bean, Harry, 5 da. P. & T. . 7.50 Plf Eqt'y Circuit Court. Drake, J. R., 2 da P. & T. . . 10.50 3.00 den Berry, Kate, 1 da. P. & T. . 1.50 Conger, Cole. 1 da. P. & T.. 1.50 Dowel!, W. E., 3 da. P. & T.. against Brantley, Joe, 6 da. P. & T. rayne. Albert, Zhi da. P. 9.00 lumber and hauling 7.00 J. B. Koon, et al, Dft. Brantley, Mack, IVi da. P. & T 5.25 Dowcll. W. E., 1 da. P. & T. 1.50 & T t 2.25 Custard, J. W., 7 da. P. & T. 10.50 Dillard. C. M.. 3 da. P. & T? By virtue of a Judgement and 4.50 Brown, W. T., 2 da P. & Carnell, Jim, 4 da. P. & T. . 6.00 Davis, B., 5 da. P. & T. . . 7.50 Order of Sale of the Crittenden T Cum el I. Pink, 1 da. P. & T 1.50 Daniel, Dexter, da. P. & T. "& .75 Brown, Mark, 3 I da. I & It Croft, Marshall, 2 da. P. - T vl " t Circuit Court, rendered at the 3.00 Daley, Price, 3 Vt da. P. & T. T 5.25 Coleman, W. A., 3 da. P. & T. 4.50 Uaughtry, C. A., 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 March Term thereof, 1911, in the Brown, Wm. A., C da. Chandler, Viola, 1 da. P. & T. 1.50Duall, Ben, 3 da. P & T. . 1.50 u- iiu in 1 ' msTZjrj:- - ,i. MriVT1 i A: T .wtA B I.'l I ..fii IP. 9.00 Chandler, Otc, 1 da. P. & T ii tr above cause for the sum of about 1.50 Duckworth, Lonnie. 1 da. P. & 1 da. I . & IBM i" ' mk'.-U'- ' Barnes, Mark, 1.50 Croft, Will, 4 da. P. & T..' 6.00 T 1.50 six hundred dollars, (total) inclu Brantley, Albert, 1 hi da. Croft, N. A., 2 da. P. & T. . 3.00 Davenport. T. W., 4 da P. & T 2 25 Qirnell, Joe. 6 ding interests and costs being m i' da. P. & T. . & T 9.75 HcHlUilt 6.00 Butler, Henry, 3 da. I & T. r 4. 50 Champion. E., 7 da. P. & T. 10.50 Davidson, W. T. 3 da. P. & debts of the said J. G. Rochester Belt, T. B., 2 da. P. & T. ' .IrfllM13.00 Craync, C. C, 1 da. P. & T. T 1.50 (.50 Commissioner, and Wm. Fowler, Barnes, Widow Sam, da. Cruce, Ed., 4 da. P. & T. 6.76 Dorroh, J. P., 3 2 la. P. & T. 5.25 herein, I shall prceed to offer for r- t l 3.00 Cruce, Edge, 4 & da. P. & T. 6 75 Deboc. Albert, 4 da. P. & T m ii 6.00 Brown, Chas., 2 & da. P. & T Court-hous- e -'door in 3.75 Clement, R B., 5 da. P. & T. 7.50 Dcmpsey, J. T., 3 da. P. & t! vJsXTtl 4.50 sale at the Brown, S. C, 1 da. P. & T. .,- --, -- , :i V.t 1.50 Cook. O. C. 2 da. P. & T... A'-'Uiv. 1 -3.00 Damron, Howard, 1 da. P. & V Nv Marion to the highest bidder, at J Brown, D. J., 1 da. P. & T... 1.50 Cain, L. B., 3 da. P. & T 1 4.S0 T. 1.50 PUBCIC AUCTION, on Monday Brown, Fred, 2 da. P. & T . C 3.00 Cannan, Jim, 2 da. P. & T. . ; 3.00 Duncan. O. E., da. P. & T 1.50 the 8th day of May, 1911, at 1 Brown, Will II., 13 da. P. & Craync, Will, 5 da. P. & T. . No. Si w 7.50 Dean, Joe, Vt da. P. & T . . 2 25 M., or thereabout (be-i19.50 Crider, Eldon. 1 da. P. & T. . 1.50 Drennan, Ben, 2 da. P. & T. . 3!00 o'clock P. Brantley, Marion, 1 hi da. P. Croft, Jim, 4 da. P. & T 2 Court day), upon a credit of 6.00 Dean, Ed.. 1 da. P. & T. . . 1.50 & T 2.25 Clark, W. H., 3 da. P. & T. . 4.50 Drennan. W. D.. Six months the following desda. P & Babb, Kelly, 4 i da P, & T. 6.75 Crisp, A. B., 4 da. P. & T... 6.00 T 6.00 cribed property, Baldwin, Jim, 1 da. P. T. 1.50 Cain, Putledge, 3 da. P. & T. 4.50 'Dart. Amcr.. V. l.i P Viv 6.75 (MAKER Belt, Mark. 2 da. P, it T 4 da. P. & T. . 3.00 Cowan. J. P., A certain tract or parcel of 6.00 Daughtry, Ray 2 ',(, da. P. & Bradford, I". R. 7 da. P Chandler, Finis, 4 da. P. being in Crittenland Iving and & 1 & T 11.25 6.75 Deboc, J. A., 2 da. P. & T. . 3.00 den County, Kentucky, situated Bradford, D., 7 da. P. & T. 10.50 Cowan, L. F.. work on bridge, Duncan, R. H., Vi da. P. & T. .75 in the Caldwell Springs neighBeard, J. E., 0 da. P. & T. . etc 9.00 3.00 Dcboe, iL R., 5 da. P. & T. . 7.50 borhood, and known as the Jno. Bradford, Kirby, da. P. & Crider, Roe, 2 da. P. & T. . . 3.00 Davidson, Joe, 4 da. P. & T. 6.00 . . descrip' 0.00 Crider, Will, 2 da. P. &T.. 3.75 Damron, Will. 4 da. P. & T.. 6.00 B. Kcon land, for futher Bigham, Tiliurd, 1 da. P. & T. 1.50 Carter, Vernon, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 Duval!, E M., judge elecsame see. deed hook"M" tion of Beard. Gram, 1 da. P. & T. . . 1.50 Carter, J. B, 2 da. P. &T... 3.00 tion also deed hook "It" 2.00 page Belt, W. J., 3hi da. P. & T. 5.25 Crowcll. Chas.. 1 da. P. & T. 1.50 Dalton, Ellis, clerk election.. office, 2.00 page 229, County clerks Barger, Will, 1 Vt da. P. & T. 2.25 Corley, E. J.. 2 da. P. & T.. 3.00 Donakey, C. E., judge elec1 da. P. & T. . Boone. J. N., Marion, Ky. 1.50 Champion, 2 da. P. & T... 3.00 tion 2.00 Belt, H. A., 0 da. P. & 9.00 Crider, Marh, 1 da. P. & T. . 1.50 Dean, E. F., sheriff election. Or sufficient thereof to procure 4.00 Barnes, Gcorgt, C da. i'. & T. 9.00 C'rowell. F D., hi da. P..& Drury. G. T., poor claim vs. Barnes. J. J. sup of Mrs. the sums of money so orderedto arc arranged now so Hint a Womnn can prepare a whole 1' 2.25 county J5.00 be made. Chandler For the purchase price 3.50 'byd. B. T. i 'da. P. & T. 2.25 Duvall Trans. Co., coal for hardly step away from the front of one. Not ,fc-oBruton, W'right, am and supCheinny, Sherman, 1 da. P. the purchaser, with,approvedse meal and closet 3.23 port their convenience, and their handsome appcaran 4.00 I , must execute lY curity or 1.50 Dorr. R. P., coffin Mrs. Bell, John, aid and .:,jurt Mans5.00 ("arden, 3 da. P. & T. Bond, hearing legal interest l rom but the steps they save should force one of them into J. II.. 4.50 Butler, Henry, team one day field the day of sale until paid, and home. Ours arc well made of white harriwnnri hut till on levee 3 dc Cline, A. G., work on rond.. 27.00 Dorroh. J. P., coal for Mr. Bell, John, aid and support having the force and effect of a reasonable in price. -- Remember wc give gold stamps. Crawford, G. B., putting in 6.00 Rushing . 11.25 Boston, J. N., lumber, mc. U.06 Riddnrs will hfi nro- bridge 90.00 Drury, G. T., keeper of poor Blackburn, T W., 3 da. team pared to comply promptly with Cochran, John, 1& da. P. grdg. road house .. .G.00 50 00 these terms. -- J NO. G. ASHER. &T 2.25 Blackburn, II. J , 3 Ja. team Special Commissioner PHOWE MARION, KY. grdg. road Continued on page 3 C.00 ICru cc, Dick, 5 da. F.& T. 7.50 CRITTENDEN COUNTY'S ...... l. . Oranges Filled With Silver To Be Given Away K 1 . etc.. Absolutely Free. i, .... Rcc-Pres- s, Beginning Saturday Apr. 29th Ending Monday May 15 care-attenti- During this time we will give an orange With every one dollar purchase for cash. Ji -- Some of these oranges will be just as they came from the tree. Some will contain a Five Cent Piece. Some will contain a Silver Dime, some will contain a Silver Quarter, some will contan a Silver Half Dollar. Some will contain a Silver Dollar. & rt rt ad-anc- ed 1 ... .... rt -- .... ... ... .... CARNAHAN BROS & DODO f '. '. '. i- - 1 . &- , c 11 'i-'- Sz mHt! '1 ' 1 I flf it - n--- r . a . m . ! i jzzl:w . -- U'-M- TT - ,.. . 1 l . 1 n 1 1 n, .f a(; M fw 1 to-w- it: THE OLD CABINET 1 v. 2-1- T... 1 HAT they keep proving these Kitchen Cabinets urati! he doesn't see how they can put any more convergences in them- Why they SAYS: right on im- - T i nc . . ir'-0- 1, voir j - .Tiwlo-mnpn- r W. 0. Tucker Furniture Co. 53, r,j- ' - " -- i i tT h A 3.00 Robt . 2 da. P. & T. 4.50 1.50 Lanham. Thos., 1 da. P. Si T. 15.00 Love. A. P., 1 da. P. & T. 1.50 G.00 grading road 60.00 Little, W. B, 1 da. P. & T. 2.25 Glass, J. E , da. with grader 12.00 ' Drury, G. T balance keeping da. P. & Albert, 4 1.50 .75 Lucas, 6.75 . . . . 199.72 Haywood, Will. 1 da. F. & T. paupers 6.00 9 00 l.amb", W.'lV..'6'iia. P. &T.. Halloman, John, 4 da. F. & T. Daiitroii, Stokes, luiiilicr for 3.00 74.90 f25 lli.40 1IuKi.cs. Rush. 2 da F. & 1. lirulgc 3,0 .75 3,00 Holeman, Jeff., 1 tt da. F. & 2 da. I & T. .. Dclioe. Joe, LaRuc, W. II.. Vi da. P. & T. 2.25 1 25 r Driikill, A. J., nicil. attenLamb, Jas, blacksmith acct. 3.00 4.00 Holl'oman, II. K.. & da. P. & 'i da. P. a i . tion prisoner in jail 7.50 30.00 Lanham, C. C, 2 da. P. & T. 3 00 3 ila. 1. St DnijKhtry, F. L., Layman, Dell, da. F. & .. 5 25 1.50 llnlloman. S. 3 Yt da. P. & T. 1. ice 3.00 'Leet, S. O.. 6 T da. P. & T. Oriskill ,A. J., med. scr. for E. C, (Little. Hodges, L. J., 1 da. F. C. Tlio Kind You Ilavo Ahvnya Bought, and wlilch has been 10 50 11.00 Holloman, John, 2 da. F. & poor nails . .. services 3.00 3.00 (Lynch, Josh, 4 da. P. & T. GOO in uso for over 30 years, lias borno tlin Mlmntiir. Uurr, K. lf., work in cir. elks. Hard, A. S., pay for work 1.50 18.00 Hunt,' jas. A., 2A da. F. St Rue. Chas.. 1 da. W. & T. Ot and has been made under his nr- road with grader 3.75 11G.00 I. a 3.00 1.20 T IJtivall, C. K., coal for joor. . Lynn, W. C. 2 da. P. & V. . M-&, 12.00 Hodges, L. J., pay for work sonal superc ision since its Infancy. Hunt, ILirve, 8 da. F. & Unvall Traiib. Ca, coal for W., house to hold on road with grader 7.50 1G0.00 Lamb. J. A., 5 da. F. & 1. 1.00 2r1.no J. county election Hard, A. S., 1 da. F. C, 5 All Counterfeits, Imitations and 4.50 Hughes, J. W., 2 'A da. P. & Drnry, G. I., kceptiiK pan- Lindscy. W. N., judge election but ices i 3.00 Lamb, W. F.. judge election. 4 00 Experiments that trillo with and endanger the health ot T. 220.00 prr Hodges, L. J., da. F. C. John, 2 da. J & 8.00 9.3G Hamilton. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. .. nn'i Little. W. J., putting in bridge Dean, li. !., lumber on road 3 00 services 1.50 T lDrtiry, G. T., keeping pau i.aiMie. j. i... wm iv n uii.h-- . 3.00 Hardin Bros., groceries for 120.00 Iljint, Calvin, 2 da.G F. &'' pers . M.. G da. road com. 12.00 poor 4.30 LaRuc. T. M 1 da. F. C. serv. da. F. & 3.00 Hunt, Alexander, Davenport Tom, 1 F. C. serv- . LaRuc. T. I 9 00 Hurley, Roy, brick for poor T 3.00 I owery, D. A., lumber ice house 9.00 75 & T-- . da. F. j. Hunt. Wyatt, Davenportf Tom, 1 F. C. scrv- Lowery. R. II. St Co., med. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare4.50 Holloman, Lester, da. load- 2.00 3.00 Hodge, F. U 3 da. F. & T; tec for S. Stones child . ing scrapers goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. 6.00 4 da. F. St J 1.00 Is Pleasant. Hughe John, Dorr, K. F., coffin, etc., Tom Lowery, D. A., luntber for 3.75 Hayncs & Taylor, driiir bill contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic da. IV & T. 4.00 21.50 Henley. Andy. 2 Ihirton road for poor G.00 G8.4 substance. Its ago is its guarantee. Ilru'.iril Leslie. I da. F. & T. destroys Worms Durroli, J F., coal and sup. Lawson Bros., lumber for G.00 Ilordin Bros., oil for nublic Hammond, Jose, 4 da. F. & I. 2.10 and allays Fcverishncsf.. 25.00 cures Diarrhoea and Wind road . Mr. Rushing closet G.00 4 da. F. & T. G.50 Hamilton, Josh, 8.00 Drnry, G. T., work on poor Colic relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Little. E C. lumber . a 50 Hard, A. S., 6 da. ser. poor 12.00 Hunt, Isaac. 3 da. F. St T.. liuue cistern and Flatulency. house and bridge com. . . . 1S.00 Lawson, G. W. ft Bro., lum- assimilates the Food, regulates tho 3.00 Hodge, E. C. 2 da. F. &T.. 25.95 Dorr, K. !., funeral car and her Henderson, Carl, dfdg. two Stomach and Bowl.,, giving healthy and natural sleep. 20.16 3.25 Hcnson, Mitchell, 12 da. P. & 1 slippers Jim Long lumber lunacy cases S.00 Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. 5.00 Lowery. J. C. W. C. .ork T. Drnry, G. T., keeping pau- Lynn. T. W. & Hard A. S., 1 da. F. C. 5 Horst, Leonard, 2 Vi da. P. St 50.00 20.00 pcrs on road ices 3.00 1. Drnry, G. T., keeping pauLove. F. L lumber for road 31.50 Hodges. L. J., 1 da. F C. 0 294. GG Howerton. W. U., 5 da. P. pers G. W. & Bro., lumvices 3.00 Lawson, & J, 2.67 Davenport, T. V 1 da. F. C. ber Ilillyard, A. X., 1 da. P. & I da. P. Boars tho Signature of 3.00 Howerton, W. U., icrviccs D. A., work, on road 49.00 1 G.00 1.50 Lowery. 3.75 for use on road Fldor, J C, Jr., Lucas, A. L.. lumber fal'magcVa ia. P. & T. 4.50 Hodges, L. J super, of road 30.00 Hilt. Mary K. Fierce G. W. ft Bro., lumgrader 5 da 1.50 10.00 Lawson, Fred, 1 da. P. Si T. Howerton. 49 90 Hldcr, J. II, for use Mary ber 1.50 Hard, A. S., 5 da. super, road P. & da. 16.00 Hill, .1. M., 7.50 fi. Fierce Love. Leslie, lumber grader . 40.00 . 10.00 Lucas, A. L., lumber . 4 50 3 5.25 Hill, Sallie, aid and support. Kakcvv, dn. F. St T. "0(lgcs, L. ., 9 da. super. . 3.00 6.00 6 dn. F. Sr T. 2.25 Hodge1--, L. J.. F. C. service T A.. Millikan. Fred. 4 da. P. ft T. road grader s 1S.00 Graves, Grant, hauling lum6.00 Klder. V. C. r, ,n. F. & T. Murray, Henry, 4 da. P. St T. Hamby, J. W lumber 1 00 ? 3.30 ber 1 kin. 11.50 hauling rock Moore. R. L., dfdg. 16.20 Hodges, L. )., 2 da. super 9.00 Graves, J. A., lumber 2.50 "ast. Jim. 0 da F. & T.... case ' 6.00 rad grader I da. P. & T 4.00 1.50 Gass. Jas.. Klkuis, Albert, 3 da. F. & T. dfdg. 2 luu. Moore, J. A., Jenkins, S. M., lights for 5.25 Goodloe. J. W.. work on poor 5.00 T. F.mxli. Hen. 3 4 da. F C. H., etc cases In 2 45 31.55 house 1.50 FiiiktIi, A. A. 3 da. F. & T-- . James, J. J., & da. with Moore, Jno. A., salary as Co. M THC CINTAUH COMMNT, T MUmtV .TRCrT. work on poor W tOmi CIT. 50 Glore, I. Ik inn, K S 3 da. F. & T. . 412.50 Atty ., K'rader 10.00 1.00 house U., 3 da. F. ,fe T. . . 4.50 15.00 Flkint. C James, J. J., F. C. services Marks. S. A., road com..'. 3.00 2.25 Goodloe. J. W., poor house 3.00 KMcr. Kufus, Vi da F. Si T. A., coffin for pauper 20.50 Joinings, C. C, 5 da. P. & T. 7.50 Marks, S. A., F. C. services claim 3.00 I.kew Itro., work per state- S. 4 da. p. & James, Lewis, 1I G.00 Marks, oil for public 7.55 George, W. Hciit rcnili-rcda. P. Milhkan. W W., 6 James, Alfred, 2 da. P. & T 3.00 3.00 closet 9.75 Faalcy, L. A.. 2 dn. F. & T. . 3.00 uames, B. F., 2 da. P. &T T dMMllHIIIIIKv-- 3.00 Myers. Ed., 1 da. P. & T-- . M i:Hley. J. II., 2 da. F. 1.50 3.00 .ues, L. E. 9 da. elk H. of 13.50 JtiiiutiK. Jim. 2 da. P. & t! T. . & 3.00 Myers, W. G., 1 da. P. ft T. Supervisors II., 3 da. F. Kc T. . 4.50 1.50 20.00' Jennings, L. E., 8 da. P. & T 12.00 Gordon, H. N, court stcn... 2 da, P. ft T. I'tkrw Ar llicklin, livery bill . . 10.00 James, J. L.. 2 -da. P. & T. . 3.00 Markey, Will. v County 15.00 Gordon, II. N'., court stcn. da. P. james, w. I., da. P. & D. E., conveying 3.00 Madrid. Millard, Ai 4.50 Gilliland. vet. services 6.75 .rank. It. J. R., 7 da. P. & T. 11.25 prisoner from Paducah to Irankliu, J. I... work on road 10.00 4.50 MiUikau, Fred", 3 da. P. ft T. James, G. S., lumber for road 9.90 2.4 0 Marion i da. F. &T. 1.50 1.50 Fowler, W Murray, Henry, 1 da. P ft T. Jones. Charley, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 Moore, Hugh, 5.25 Gilbert, A. M., Iloor sweep for .75 I'owler, las. 3V4 da. F. & T. da. P. ft T. 3.50 james, Aaron, i & da P & T. 6.75 C. II II.. 1 Vi la. F. St Mattingly, J. L., 7 da. P. ft Jones, J. V.. 5 da. P. & T. 7.50 Goodloe. J. W., papering . . . T lum. for road . 10.85 James. Frank, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 poor house 4.50 3.00 Frttu. W. E. 3 da. P. & T. Merritt, S .G.. 2 da. P. ft 13 00 James, Frank, 4 da. P. & T. orders, etc 6.00 Matthews. J. C. 6 da. P ft 7.50 Guess. L. Ii., road Krttti. J. P.. 5 da. P. St T 9.00 juiiusou, u. L., u da. P. & T. 9.00 Montgomery, Ish., 2 da. P. Fritta. Walk.. 2 da. P. & T 3.00 George. W. II.. oil for public 1.8.60 John-oi- l, Urey, &. da." P. ft closet BVjl.-t3.00 3.00 Fritt. W. S.. 2 da. P. & T ft T SLVlMumKt I .flBIIIIIIIIIIIIIVllllllllllllllllllH T., hauling ....",. .'..". 10.25 Morrow."Tom,'3da. P. ft T. Franklin, J. L. 3 ,n. P. & T. 4.50 Guck 15ros.. setting graders, 4.50 .Mines, iron and posts 13.30 etc Fmnklin. J. L.. 10 dn. P. & 1.50 Martin, Tom, 1 da. P. ft T. for bridge 2.75 Martin, Walter, 1 da. P. ft T. 18.00 Guess, L. 12., road orders, V 1.. ! da. hauling 1.50 Jones, T, T., 1 da. P. & T., 42.50 etc. (FoMcr, Clia.. 3 da. P. Si T. G.00 4.50 .Moore, J. II.. 4 da. P. ft T.. iiiniiicr. nans Bros., repairs for 2.70 Mcisamarc, Alfred, 7 da. P. G.00 Guess Franklin. A. T., 4 da. P. & T. 7.75 Jones, T. O.. 2 da. P. & V grader 3.00 Frnnklin. Cnl.. G da. P &T.. 9.00 10.50 Jackson, J F., cleaning pub- ftT 3.85 Franklin. Hen, 5 & da. P. & T. 8.25 Guess Bros, blacksmithing. & llr ilnc... Mayes. Warner, lumber on 2 da. J. 2.20 7 50 Holloman, Henry, Fuller. V. H.. 5 da. P. &T.. 1.30 road 3.00 Jones, J C, fixing Jones h'il'l 17.00 Fruu. Geo.. 2 da. P. & T. . 3.00 8.25 James J. J., l da. F. C. scrv Mahan. J. A.. 5& da.V. ft T. Hcnson, Mitchells, nails for 9.00 Fritu. Henry. G da. P. & T. . 3.00 Merrick, E. R , 2 da. P. ft T. . !ec road 3.00 M. C. ft T. Co., coal for closet Frittt, Emmctt. da. P. & T. 6.00 8.15 joiinson, J. W., lYi da. P, ft Fox. N II.. 1 da P. Si T... 1.50 Harris, J. It., picks, nails, Marion Hank, money to pay 3.75 etc 2.2 G da. P. Si't. . Ford. Prcssly. G.00 I)."0 for med. Kimscy's eyes . . James. B. F.. .! Si Co., road tools P. ft T. 2.35 Harris 1.50 Montscnbockcr, lord. George, 5 . ,a. p. & TS 8.25 Hardesty, Nellie, extra Jennings, James da. P. &'t J. M., repairing fill 1.50 Ford. Marion. 5 V4 da. P. Si T. S.25 care Rosa Rroswcll . . , . , 15.00 on road 4.00 James, G. S.. lumber With 1.74 Marvel. Charley, blatltlH Floyd. Jnmes. da. P. Si T. 2.25 ck. v. u., conveying Jennings. Hodges, L J., work on Franklin. E. T, 3 M, ,a. P. St , on road 1S.00 bridge on bridge com. . . 13.00 ironi iieiiderson With our experience we can be of sllrvice to you in sugT 5.25 Hill. Marks, S. A,, fl'S via. road to Marion 1.50 J. M.. da. P. & T. 2G.0Q .aaa Franks. Jesic. da. P. & T. G.00 com '. . . 13.00 gesting tasteful color schemes and combinations that will Hcriges, Forest, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 Johnson, G. W., Putting in Franklin. W. J., G da. P. & T. 9.00 bridge Marks, S. A., 1 da. F. C. serHeath. Bob. 3 i da. P. & T. 5.25 Fowlci. W. T., G da. P. & T. 10.00 9.00 vice 3.00 make your home appear to best advantage in its surround5.25 James, .1. J., 4 da road com. 8.00 Marion C. ft T. Co., coal furFowler. T. II., G da. P. & T. 9.00 Hill. T. M.. G3V4 da. P. &T... Hunt. Sol, da. P. & T 9.00 James, J. J., i da F. C. scrv-ings. A. iritt, A. II., work on closet 5.00 Hunt, W. II.. 2A da. P. & nished poor 7.60 II., work on C. II. Fntta. 3.00 Morris ft Yates, supplies poor 28.95 Jackson, Frank, cleaning" p'bl 3.75 & C. 2.25 Hughes, Marion C. ft T. Co.. coal . . . 6.60 coscl, and nails Walk., Ida. P.'&T. G.00 Fox, O. M. 3 da. grading S.55 Marion Hank, Hughes. A., . . da. P. & T. 1.50 M" wir' clk"5" road House Paint 3.00 Hill. Chas. Kimscy 5.00 office da. P. & T... Jim. 2.25 Flanary. K. E., clerk dec- 10.00 Marion Hank, Jenkins, S. .M., lights for" Hughes, W. H.. 2 da. P. & tion C 2.00 Tom Burton 5.00 gives greatest durability and beauty and best resists rain T 3.75 ," c,c Friibic. Mrs. IL M., room to 4S.S2 Marion Hank, support Tom' Hunt. J J . da. P. & T. 2.25 Johnson. G. W., lumber, etc.. . hold election It costs less because it takes less and lasts 1.00 Hurt on 5.00 and shine. Hale. Harryv4 da. P. St T.. for .bridge 6.00 .' Frishic. Mrs. E. M room to 1G.00 Marion Hank, N. K Calmcs longer. Come in and ask us to show you harmonizing col sharping Johnson, U- - I'., work on hold election .00 ilillyard, Aarou, Ad. Tolu Gd. school 10.00 scraper hriili'i. 1.00 pnl. W. M judge election .50 Henry. C.00 lor suggestions. T. I.., Vt da. P. & T. .75 kimscy. Chas.. med. for eyes 15.00 Marion C. ft T. Co., coal for ijiwler, W. T.. lumbrr for Co 59.05 Hodge. A eel. 4 da. P. & T. . G.00 Kentucky Children's Home rond i .90 ina, John B., 3& da. P. & T. 5.25 Society. Hen. Orp. home . 50 00 Moore, Dr. J. M., med. ser. Frazcr. Dr. T. A., med scr. for S. Stone's child 10.00 George. da. P. Si T. 2.25 y"'I. G. D . 5 da. P. ft T. . fur paupers 33.50 llina. 7.50 Marion Rank, money printing Humphrey, Win., 2 da. P. & Kelly. J. D.. 2Vz P. ft T . Fntts. A. II., fix. windows 3.75 notices Tolu school elecT. 3.00 Kemi). J. W., 4 da. P. ft T. C. H .80 Hunt. C. L., S da. P.'&'t'.'.' G.00 tion 5.00 12.00 Kirk. G. II.. 4 da. P. ft Frilt. Hodge, work C. II. 6.00 Moore ft Moore, defdg. lun. Hughrs, ("). H.. 2 da. P. & T. SALE FOR 3.00 Kirk, I.. W., 5 da. P. ft T. school supt. office 2.75 Hughes. case 2.50 J. B.. 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 Flanary. H. U, telephone mcs. lumber 9.00 Moore, Jno. ., bookcase for Hunt. W. If., hauling rock . 1.10 Kirk. A. I.., 5 da. P. work on jury wheel 2.30 Hunt, Col., ft T . . Co. law bks 7.50 1S.50 team 3 da. gradBY VIRTUE of Taxes due the city of Marion for the years Koltinsky, 11., Irankliu. J. L.. making levee lumber on Morris ft Yates, sup. for poor 13.37 ing road G.00 road to briilge 117.50 named amounting to the sums stated below I, or one of Deputies will 2.70 Moore, Jno. A., cpxenses to Hunt. Collin, 3 da. grading Kirk, Collins. 3 da. P. Frazcr, Dr. T. A' med. at to . . 4.50 Frankfort to appear before on Monday the 8th day of Mav 1911, between the hours of 10a. m., road 3.00 Kirk. Jake. G da. P. ftft T paupers 55.00 Hayncs. II. A., H. of Equalization 9.00 30.00 clerk election 2.00 KinsolviiiK, Cook, 1 da. P. Frascr, Dr. T. A., salary as and 2 o'clock P. M. at the court house door in Crittenden county, ft Marion C. ft T. Co., coal fur2.00 health officer ' 27.00 Hunt, C. L sheriff election. . nished jailor 1.50 6.75 Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, for cash Hoover. T. J., nidge election 3.25 Kemp, Tom. 4 da. P. ft T . . Fraaer, Dr. T. A., poor house 4.50 Mahan, Jim, work on road.. 10.00 Hardin. 2.00 Kemp, D. practice 2 da P. in hand, the following property (or so much thereof as may be . 40.00 Hunt, C. L. E.. judge election 3.00 Millikan. F. II., digging cis25.G6 Kinnis, GcorKc. 2 da. ft T. L.. lumber Franklin, J. I., livery hire P. ft T. tern poor house necessary to satisfy the amount of the taxes due and costs) to 3.00 36.40 Hunt. J. B., 3 da. team gradKemp. K. J.. y. da. P. ft T. W. A. Hlackbiirn 4 50 2.25 Millikan, F. II., lumber for ing road 6.00 Kirk, Hob. 4 wit: Fowler, W. T., lumber for da P G.75 road 4,07 Hill, Sallie, aid 8.00 Kirk, O. X.. da P. ft ft T.' road 7.50 Henderson. Carl,and support. A. W. Finley, house and lot ni Marion, 1909-1- 0 T. . 3.00 Mayes, Mrs. R. H., lumber $13.8 money paid Km),'. D. II.. Vj da. P. Frazcr. Dr. T. A., scr. renfor road .75 5.25 J. A. Farmer 1908-9-1for building h'ds in Hughes 21.75 dered paupers Keyil. J. Hell, jud(,'e election 24.50 2.00 Moore, Finnic, lumber 17.28 . case I... 10.00 Fr.rer. Dr. T. A., poor house Reuben Glore 1910 4.85 "MiiiiK, it tiimiDer poor j., Morton, Jno. P. ft Co., blank Hollom, Will. da. work-opractice, etc house 32.50 books, etc 7.40 25 30 Jas. Gilbert Cravuc hill 41.70 2.70 Koltinsky ft Wilson, Vox, Oscar, work on road . 5.00 Hodges. lumber Moore, J. A., dfdg. 2 lunacy L. J., da. F. C. 190S-9-1poor house Giles Hamilton Fntts, A. H.. work on C. H. 9.05 2.00 cases 5 00 services 3.00 Kemp. K. I., o ,jn ii. "of 83.7G Morse, Fritts. W. E., lumber for 2 da. P. ft T. . . S. James, James heirs, one house and lot 1910 Lee, 7.40 3.00 John Hornback, Dan. : W. & T. .75 supervisors road t 6.40 13.G0 Moore. Joe. 2 da. P. ft T. . 3,00 Mrs. S. P. Murphy house and lot 1.50 Kirk. II. II.. Iiinit,.r 1910 Irfstcr, Geo. II., livery acct. 16.25 Hamby, J. V.. 1 da. P. & T. 3.90 21.92 Millikan, Finis, 3 da. P. ft T. 4.50 Ilillyard, A. N'.. I da. P. St T. 1.50 Kjiik, II. II., lumber .. 4 da. p. & T . . . Gass. Tom. 6.00 Hayncs & Mrs. L. E. Mott house and lot 1910 W. J., 3 4.55 21.92 Melton. da. P. ft Taylor, med. for King. J. II., land for Grady. C. W., mer. to F. Price 15.50 e T., haul 0.25 , paupers This, April 7th, 1911, 49.90 way Glass, J. R., picks, etc., for 30.00 Melton, J. C, 1& da. P. ft T. 2.25 Roy, Hurley. brick poor Kimscy, Charley. to county A. S. CANNAN, City Tax Collector, 2.00 Martin. Tom, 1 da. P. ft T. . 1.50 house 23.75 eyes treated Cillilaiid, Wm., 4 da. P. & T. 6.00 Hunt, W. L., work on 31.62 Moss. Hewlett. 1 da. P. ft T. 1.50 Marion, Ky. road.. 22.00 Kentucky Children's Home Graves. K. C, da. P. & T. . 0.00 Hoover, T. J., work on Marvel, Hill, 1 da. P. ft T. .. 1.50 road 5.00 3 la. P. & T. . Society, use of orphan Griffith, Guy. 4.50 Hayncs, R. F., f. da. election Mtnner, Jas., 3 da. P. ft T. 5.25 children GrifTith. Walter, 2 da. P. & T. 3.00 100.00 Melton, Clarence, G da. P. com. 12.00 Koltinsky, If., lumber ..'.'.'.'. Gass, Earl. 2 da. P. & T & T 3.00 Hurley, Roy, work for poor 10.1G 9.00 Koltinsky. II.. lumber , Gilbert, P. C, 1 da. P. & T. . 1.50 6.04 Mayes. Warner, 3& da. P. 23.75 Kemp, J. W.. lm)cr for roa(, T'-"viraves, u. a., f)i ua. r. & T. 7.12 HaVlleS .I 3.30 ,& ' T.ivlnr. erlwinT S25 Koltinsky, If., tiucss, Marion. 7 da. P. Si T. 10.50 Hmbcr Moore, C. R.. aid and support for fi.00 books and med. for paubridge Guess, Jesse, 7 da. P. & T. . . 10.50 14.94 Masonic Hall, Frances WITHOUT THE pers 4.00 72.76 Kohinskv. It it., .!.... Guess, ewis. 5 da. P. & T.. 7.50 Henderson, Marks, S. A., judge election 2.40 4.50 Itchlnz Piles. Uleedlnr Vtles. Fistula Plssuro and all diseases Carl, expense Koltmsky. H., lumber Guess hughley. 2 4 da. P & 4 36 Mantz, D. R., clerk 2 00 trip Frankfort night rider wtui caotl under a positive CBAURRE. T. . . Kirk. h. ' lumber and nails 12'.30 Metz, A. H., judge election 3.75 abiolutely rellablo election cases 2.00 IHU TAJ lUiailtJ IIUTII ri'DPf) HyxreauaentlsmUd. to or callnnd seo Graves, W. if.,' 2 and permanent. Write da P. & T 3.75 Hughes. W. II., rocking road 20.00 "..x.ii.. i. iM., o na. r. ft . tfi.OO Masonic Hall, Shady Grove, the parties wtoo name I publish In this iJvortlsoniect. iher lire la your, or 1G.50 I.oftus, John. 4 da. Guess, George. 4 da. P. & T 6.00 Hawkins. Tom. work on road house adjoining County. I cured THEM andean CK3E YOB. 6.00 4,00 1.60 LaRuc. T. M.. P. C. P. ft T. Boyd Bennett. Fulton. Gass, G. W.. 2 da. P. & T... S. N. Valentine. Fulton. 3.00 Hurley, Roy, hauling rock . services. 3.00 Moore, Finnic, lumber 17.24 7.50 Konp, Jno., 2 da. W. W. Meadows, Fulton. C. J. Gresham, Eddyvllle. GifTord. J. T., 2 da. P. &T... 3.00 Harris. J. B. ft Co.. sup. for P. ft T. . . 3.00 Marion Hank, money to pay 4. n. nugu, j. vv. uisnop, uwensooro. I.cneave. Sam. 3 Gunter. Jpke. 1 da. P. & T... 1.50 frt on 2 cars crushed stone 43 20 4.50 Sam Stone's family 12.12 Loyil, J. P.. 1 da. da. P. ft T SEMI FOR UY 172 PAGE FREE BOOK fw0orr.a.tn2Kuftobo,outrSar 1 da. P. Givens. m:k., 1.50 Hard. A. S 1 da. F. C. servP. ft T...' &T... 1.50 Montsenbockcr, Nellie, care ft and pastace paid. These books contain much Information of creat value to Lindscy. J. C. 3 da. P ftT.. Gass, Sherman, 1 da. P. & T. 1.50 for Rosa Rraswell 1.50 ices 15.00 afflicted with plica or any rorra of rectal trouble, and hundred of 3.00 ami), r. 11.. Guess, Louis, work on road . 10.00 Hodges. L. p. ft 7. ,a. whethoryou take trca'rnentor not you are wuicoou to ImiU 3.75 Moore ft Moore, dfdg. lunacy J.. 1 da F. C. siccautT. lletters, Write boosa. Gilbert. J. G., judge election it win pay you. 2.00 cases da. P. ft T. services 9.75 3.00 Love. II. C. 6 BTlttHKB Guess, E. L., sheriff election 2.00 Hill, Sallie, aid and sup- Lemon, J. G., 2 da. P. & T. MVUU. M. NEY SMITH, M. Continued on Page 7. 3.00 1 1 i Financial Statement Graves, J. A,, judge election election Guess, Continued From Page 2. Guess, Ts T., sheriffda. team Muglilcy, 3 2.00 1 port Henderson, Carl, defdg. six Inn. cases Hill, Mrs. Sallie, aid support Hunt, Ed., tree furnisher overseer Hayncs & Taylor, med. for paupers Hodges, L. J., bridge com.. Henderson, Carl, expense to Frankfort to appear before II. of Equalization Hard. A. S., I da. F. C. 0 serv-G.3- a. "" - V J . M IJ I i r t. .... -- scrv-3.7- ".Tust-as-ffood'a- re 1 -- . ...... What is CASTOR A It 1 It It It It . It serv-3.7- ... ser-7.5- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 T... : . 1 I The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over t 30 Years. . . 1 j i 2M 1 t t. - I c i -- M I 1- M-- , r. i t. . fl .... .a..... ... 1 1 Paint Your Home Pleasing Colors i?-- .. 1 .....' i . '9 1 1 ... ... '. . .... li 1 1 ....... 'tCMEQWUIZf "d rt rt Vfe ... 1 1 1 Vfc T, H. Cochran & Co. T... CITY MARSHALL'S TAXES T... . ., 1 1! ftT... 0. . 2j 1 1 n 190G-7-8-9- 10 0. . J . M M road-hav- 1 W ku PILES ru. t-a7 CM KftiFE t. uny-on- J 2. .A','.Vi Lt r.., ' -- K,.& '. .i,y ' t'v '' h' t M6M i i CLOTHING FOR YOU CAN FURNISH hsppiwi mpiwi .i . -- i.. "iv .Ms 'spe.W3i rsa WE HAVE: As.L OUR NEW SILKS, AT i m H T. W MANKIND. Ml The Ones With The Style at k2 Your Home Economically WOO!. GOJD J, WHITE GOODS, FLOUNCINGS AND DRY GOODS From Our Big Stock Of CARPETS-:-MATTING- S a big Saving to you. GET YOUR BOY'S DRUGGETS LACE-CURTAINS : RUGS C7VI - AW uin-- xJ I : LL. Mis OllVI IV I i 3 I- 1 1 ITV ivriii i OR LESS PRICE. FROM ri ESv Is All HATS EErt And Most Anything US. You Need About A Look Through The Home c Want. AND FURNISHINGS In NEWEST STYLES FOR ALL And LOWEST PRICES. CLOTHES -- t- - THE LARGtST COLLECTION OF CLASSY FOOT-WEAR, AT THE MOST POPULAR PRICES iN THE COUNTY. I I W YANDELL-GUGENHEI- M mm HHM! Cijr vCnuciiDcn nrcorbprrsA Marion, Ky., April. COMPANY aftKi :0& Crittenden ' & "n '&&$&&$& '$b$ .1. ill la v p rv- - Turnpike: assured,' Senate and governor to accept the OUR NEXT REPRESENTATIVE interests bearing warrants in- - j S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. The Crittenden Record--Pres- s stead, under which the state ob- -' Did not seek limelight, but tried certainly glnd to publish this' R. A. URuu 10. rapidly (lis- - j is matter Pebrnary 9tb fcuhserip-tion- s Hnterd a tecond-clain a modest way to accomplish ligations are being 15. week anadditnal list of J. N. Boston C7 at tlio potctii:e at Marion. Kentucky, under is o! March J. tS- e Act of Congre work. Saw at ouening of session charged and her credit to the Good Road movement; $26. C. Guess Tom as if we were paying in- that Senate was in absolute confor the building of n turnpike P. Woodall, 5 days team and voted 30 year bonds, total cash sub- man. Stone & Grubbs, 10 days $1.50 per year. trol of a few who were not alto- terest on Salemward. The 75 cents for five month?. gether friendly to the interests of only for appropiation demanded scriptions to date is $17i:o. Days team nnd man, Gillie Thomason. 20 cents for one month. necessity and the claims of the masses and that whatever by work by men nnd teams swell Gdays team and man, Alfred V. humanity upon the tax payers of Every man was accomplished for the people ADVERTISING RATES: CASH ' this to almost $2500. team Foreign Advertisers ijc pr inch S. C. to Horn The last crop sold indep- must be done by jersistant effort, the state by her misfortunes for woman and child in this e. unty ' Wr'ght, 10 days days .Vil man. Adrertiiers. toe per imh S C to J.un nnd J. II. Moore. 30 in mines ds rite endently was sold for $4.10 per wrestling with the whiskey trust life sating appliances Metal baies only used for Plates and Electro. is vitally interested in jtood roads. man, W. J Franklin 20 da steam Local! sc per line. hundred to Elgin & Co., Crayne, and other corporate interest and to check the ravages of pre- This subscription list, the hearty Local! :oc Per Ime in twelve point type 10 Obituaries ,ct per line Ky.. the first one pooled was which were deeply intrenched at ventable diseases which aiu year- good will, nnd the boosting talk and man. O. G. Threlkild. W li II Card of Thanks vrt pet fine. Kskew Oscar t Ol graded at Resolutions of Rsspectan average of the state capitol. which rather ly claiming their thousands in heard on every hand nttwit this; days team and man. 30 days team and man, Y. S. $S.10 per hundred and sold so as than risk bills comingup unfriend- Kentucky but best of all is the intense in Price. 10 days team and man, .1. As chairman of committee on to give me a rebate of G percent. ly to them, often all blocked TOBACCO TIDINGS. terest manifested by ihefRrmors II. Patmore, 20 days team and enrollments he succeeded a vetThis difference of four dollars kinds of legislation. in this subject of all subject. man. W. R. Lanham. 10 days eran of 20 years experience, the per hundred representi what the Therefore, he, with others in the Hon. Jno. M. Lettester, and up- Their loyal support showb their team and man, Henry Moore 30 BY R. F. Wheeler. middlemen exacted from me-an- d in the House, who had many measures days team and man, Will Elder. besides his ordinary interest. The fanner the chairmanship of they would have kept it up and of moment to the public, had to on himself, When last analysis, as Uncle Joe Can- 10 days team and man, E. Chamduties as a member and other this county was left vacant by still been at it, had farmers not see these cherished hopes "go non puts it, is the bmio, sinew pion. 4 days team and man, .1. II. the resignation of Mr. Towery, began pooling their crops, put-- t glimmering," refrain from intro- hard committee tasks, the most and life of the country Brewster, 15 days team and man. the good members began to cast ng their prices on them, and ducing but few measures and ardous and responsible duty of We further desire to point out about to find some one to repre- holding their tobacco for better combine to kill the many perni- comparing and the custody of to the farmers the interest manevery measure passed by both sent them on the executive board. prices. ifested by Marion in good roads cious bills set up by the legislatA ScrisHS Accident. House and Senate. some discussion they Tobacco buyers are not in the ive cranks who had gone "comAfter for the country. He stood nobly by Mr. Bruner, turned as one man to squire Mar- business for their health- - norare mission" crazy and the "salary This is as it should be for inSecretary of State, in the pasthey they philanthropistsi they will ion Dean of Iron Hill, whom Dr W. II. Crawford amecnear grabber" and place hunters who deed we are all brothers together, over his own protest. buy your tobacco at the very low- wish jobs made to order. With- sage of the Bank Examiner's each dependent on the other. elected having a disastrous explosion n man in whose est price they can, and they can out asking was given places on Bill which meant so much to the They wanted a Have ye not read the scripture his office last Friday morning honor and integrity every one had always aitoru to do without one the most important committees people of Kentucky. whore it says, ' 'No man livoth un- when his vulcanizer confidence. They might have crop, so you are at their mercy, of the House, viz enrollments, to himself and no man dioth un- and scalded his hands nify arms searched the country over and if you only knew it. chairman; rules, revenue and to himself." pretty badly, fortunately the Death of Monroe C. Ashley. not found a better man for the If all tobacco was pooled the taxation, education No. 1, sufNew subsciptions pressure was not up to its hgih-es- t place. Although' a young man. only trouble to get a profitable frage and elections, state capitol, $25. & Henry After a long illness, and the Henry and only a few burns ami he is one of considerable busi- price, would be to ask it, and charitable institutions, mines and last six weeks being spent here, 25. J. M. Persons and hang on until we got it, which mining had the pros-surness experience, truthful and printing. No mem- Monroe C. Ashley, aged thirty-year10. scalds resulted but C. E. Metz honest to a fault a man who has would not be very long. been greater the results died at 9:45 o'cUck Fri10. ber of the House fared better in McConnell & Wiggins. the confidence of every one who evening at koine of his sisThis is so plain to be seen, and Committee appointments or was day Marion Coal & Transfer Co 10. might have have been more disknows him. We want to con- the objections to pooling are so harder worked. ter, Mrs. Henry Hughes. 5. astrous. The Dr. is able to be W. L. Venner gratulate the people of Critten- easily answered, it seems a waste By being Mr. Ashley was born near 5. up but can't use his hands much. LawBon Bros thus situated was able den County and the whole dis- of time to write any more- - so his youth 10. A. S. Cavender to do much work: especially in Piney Fork and spent trict on the selection. tobacco the committee on rules, which there. About fifteen years ago close wishing every Below we print an article from grower a good crop and urge you, held its own with the tardy Sen- he went west. Chairman Dean on pooling tobac- one and all, to pledge your tobacHis illness was of long standate and a vacillatory governor. co which should be read by every co this season . He stood for temperance on every ing and finding tkat death was grower i n the county. In a short Yours Respectively. roll call while many others "flick- - inevitable, his request was to time we will give you another T. M. Dean. ered." He stood for a school ' return to his native State, to sec letter from him on a differant law that was fair alike to the tax his old friends once more and phrase of the same subject. finally to be laid at rest beside nnvnrnnH iho phtlrlrnn Congressman James will tour every child, however humble, a his parents in the old Piney Kentucky next week in the in- six months school. He stood and Fork cemetery. t aoa . i '- -N Chairman Dean's Article terest of his candidacy for the will continne to stand against The funeral was held Satur Democratic nomination for Unit- centralizatio n and consolidation day evening in the Piney Fork your feet in Should Farmers Pool ed States Senator. Mr. James of the schools. He saw his labor church, and the following acted Oxfords N Ed Newbell and will speak at New Castle May 1 ; of many weeks embodied into a as Their Tobacco. note how firmly, Bunyon C. Paris. Munfordville, May 3; Warsaw, school bill pass the House almost yet gently, they hug Mr. Ashley is survived by his If it is right, and pays, they May 5; Carrollton, May 6: and unanimously, go over to the Senthe heel. Here s one. should do so. The laws of our Shelbyville, May 7. He says he ate and be refused a vote after wife, who was Miss Gertrude A beauty, in durable state permit it, so it is right will bring the Cogresional Record two-thirof the Senate signed Kelley, of Crary, N. Dakota; leather. High Eatent toe. Many from a legal stand point. The with him to show that the char- for its consideration. So the Ed- two sisters, Mrs. Henry Hughes Ubacco belongs to the grower, ges he made against his oppo- ucational tiust won out in the and Mrs. David Champion; two and it looks reasonable that he nent are true. Senate. He stood for the income brothers, John H. and J. Sherstyles. Ghoosc yours. growers can form a and other We will publish next week his tax amendment, voted against man Ashley. $4 to $6 everywhere club, appoint an agent to sell it opening speech (delivered last every "salary grab," especially Lawit A. Crottett, Inc., Maker all, for a better price than the Monday week at Nicholasville) the circuit Judges salary encrease Rev. L. F. Goodman, of FrankNorth Abington, Matt. could. If it brings in full and think every one of voted against every job and graft lin Ky., will preach morning and one grower the grower better price without the Crittenden Record Press' proposition; helped to kill the tax Evening at main Street Presbyviolating any law or doing his amendment which seeks to class- terian church, next Sunday. fellow man any injury, it must 4009 subscribers and their famiMcConnell & Wunn, ify property for taxation; stood The public cordially invited. lies and friends should read. be right. , 1 27, Does it pay? Yes, it pays the grower who pools, also the one 1911 thai don't, because the indepen- HON. MARION POGUE against both a bond issue and an increase in the tax rate and with the committee on rules forced the A ' unity P. Pierce 50. 5. 5. 5. 5. dent buyer knows that he must give the man that don,t pool a good price and fair treatment to keep him from pooling. It pays the pooler, I know, because I have sold both ways, and have kept record of all sales, to whom sold, and prices reciev-ed- to print this it would take too much space, but I can say this; Sullenger Hughes W. C. Miss Alice Gri frith Geo. Yates Henry Ruttor W. D. as-soun- f , , . EUa.-at- cue-ha- lf - . i af-'lod- ed e s, -- I akes.Eifes Walk Easy1 I TIE pall-bearer- s: y ds other Grossett Sole Agents. 213 ;..', ,.!; i!iSifliWjK. - Ai ! l!S w ! 7-i, .&" - v, v' ', S s. i Where You Get SHOES and OXFORDS That Fit Well, THE PLACE TO BUY. Where You Get Real Values, jZm T "J u- ? f here Quality Is First, Where You Get Clothing, V. v Wear Vell And At The Same Time Look Well. WE Always Strive To Give You Real Summer Dress Goods, Foulards, Shantungs, Dupoinnes Chiffon Satins, Figured Dimities, Soisettes, Lawns and Ba tistes, All New Pretty and Cheap. HOUSE CLEANING. Don't Forget To Look At f.J That Has The Snap, Style, Quality Workmanship. VJ And And Does Not Cost Anymore Than You Pa For The Other Kind. i. ?1 The Best Foot-wea- r At The Lowest Suits From $7.50 to $20. EXTRA PANTS "05f Possible Price. Men's Patents Guaranteed ' Not To Break Through Before First Sole Is Worn Out, A i v Vj 5., Long or Short High Bust or Low Bust. Sixes IS to .'52 Our Druggets, $3 00 to $20.00, Rugs From .50n to $1.00 Below The Regular Prices. Carpets And Mattings to Please You In Both Pattern And Price. Get One Of Our New Shades In n.Z t From $1,50 to $5 00 If They Do, You Get in Stock, Speeial Values Other Sizes Ordered On Application. New Pair Free. Swan Hats, In 'Be In The Boat" With The Other Boys. Boys Knickerbocker Suits. Taylor & Gannan, taarion, Kentucky. V, Taylor Cannan. & Bivjfl Li o jgggE ""'rv' nO w f For tlie best Dentistry see Dr. Crawford. Marion Bank Building. Hon. Eli Nunn, of Rodney was an the city Inst Thursday. ,!. M. Pritchott, of Gladstone was hero on business last week. Baled'oats for sale at A. H. Travis farm at 12.00 per ton. A. F. Woolfe. Mrs. W. N. Kussell, who was the guests of relatives in Ind., for two weeks past has returned home. Miss Bertie Travis of Olive Branch wjis here Saturday and several days this week the guest of friends. Stombridge opposite McChes-ney'- s grocery docs horse shoeing SOc round. for Mrs. F. W. Nunn and children visited her mother and sisters at Corydon last week and ret urned home Monday. of three FOR RENT:-Hou- se house is on west rooms. The tf Depot street -- Roy Hurley. Rock-crushers, Dental work guaranteed satisfactory by Dr. Crawford. Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Oakley !,ad as their guests for dinner last Thursday F. S. Loyd and wife of Fredonia' R. M. Franks, and Mrs. C. E. Welddn. Ice coupon books are now on sale at five per cent discount for cash. $1.00. $3.00, $5.00 and $10.00 books are sold for 95ets, $2.85, $1.75 and $9.50. We open no accounts and sell nothing on credit. Marion Ice & Cold Storage Co. Roy Gilbert, Manager. Harry Gill, an old Marion boy now of Denison, Texas, was here last week, on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gill, near the Memphis mines. He left for home Thursday. For laml'sjsakc use Bowker's For sale by R. H. fertilizer. Kemp, phone No. M. 2 rings. Take Notice -- Big Aviation Meet, Paducah, May 18 and 19, Rail-roa- d fare will be $3.05 for round trip, tickets on sale, the only on May IS and 19, good to AH May 20. .iNow is the chance to see the Flying Men and Machines so near home, don't fail to go. returi It Judge Blue was in Louisville are having a most delightful last week, looking after Their addresr is 5G9i San etc, to time. Forest Harris of Tolu, who eral days last week visiting visited his son at Vanderbilt friends in Prindeton and return- Training School, at Elkton, last week, returned to his home at ed home Saturdnv afternoon. Tolu Thursday, W. N. Russell, who visited Indiana last week on business Southern Baptist Convention, for the Albany Mining Co., re- Jacksonville, Fla., May 17 to 23, turned home the latter part of Tickets on sale May 14 to 17 inthe week. clusive return limit May 31, but See R. II. Kemp before buy can be extended to June 30 by Price is paying one dollar additional to ing your fertilizer. The goods are right. Jos Richardson, Special Agent at right. Try them my brother and you Jacksonville. Round trip fare will use no other -- Bowker's Fer- will be $23.35. tilizer. Mrs. Albert Butler of Livingwas called to ston county was here last week, Ernest Carnahan Nashville last week to see his the guest of her son Ernest Butwife who has bean there several ler and his family on College weeks in a hospital. He re- street and of her mother, Mrs. turned Saturday and reported Susan Glenn on Salem street, her better. returned home Saturday with Miss Nellie Gray of salem, her husband, Hon. Albert Butpassed through the city saturdry ler who came up for her. enroute to Hopkinsville to visit friends. While here she was the STILL RUNNING. guest of Miss Verna Pickens. Mrs. S. M. Jenkins spent sev Mrs. H. A. Camerom left Mon- I am still doing alt kinds of job work in day for Northern Illinois, to vis- the tailoring line. it her son, T. J. Cameron and Have a nice line of Springand Summer 2 Rev. W. B. Yates and family are now in Los Angeles, Calif., Graders and build the new turn-pike. Pedro St. 'V$ Our Pressing Shop is still running and simples and joti will do well to see them his wife for several weeks. rings and let before buying. Cull 10S-Shu went via Popular Blnif, Mo. j us call for jour pressing, where she will first visit her sis M. E. F0HS, Main Street. law, Mrs. Wallace. er-i- n Oreg. The eclipse also will be could be done, but it can't be. visible to Mexico, Central Amer- If there is no pool, the farmer ALL WOnrt GUARANTEED ica, the western portion of the ' must sell alone to the trust and ,. -T...U i.. nwi, iimius, j.! eastern inan oi therefore the farmer has nothuiu F. W. Nunn. Australia. New Zealand, and the ing whaterer to do with selling Hi NTIST Pacific Ocean, the path of tota- his own tobacco or handling his oriii r sv lity extending from Auckland, own business. The trust attends M ILOIM New Zealand, across the Pacfic to that for him. ocean almost to Central America. The farmer can bet his last ginger cake that the trust will FOR SALE- :- Car load of Hay look after the interest of the First class timothy and clover, BABY CHICKS AND EGGS -- Roy Hurley. trust in the transaction. If the mixed. Bailed. Eggs & Chicks from High Class farmer pools his tobacco with Homer Paris of Evansville, Barred Plymouth Rocks, heavy the Farmers' Union, he can deInd., was here this week the layers, Eggs, 75cts, per 15 or pend upon them doing the best guest of. his mother, Mrs. J. A. $2.50 per 50, $5.00 per 100. it can to look after the farmers' C. Pickens. Baby Chicks, lOcts, each. interest. W. S. LOWERY. Ralph Davidson of Princeton, The farmer must leave the Marion, Ky. matter either to the trust or to was the guest of his parents on 4 t Depot street, Sunday. the farmers' union association. Miss Ellis Gray will leave toIt is left for the farmer t deA Word To My Farmer Friends. week cide which it shall be. day for St. Louis to spend a I always try to give my views visiting friends and shopping. The farmer has an object lesof interest to the public; 1 try son that he would do well not to J. S. McMurry and wife who to be plain in telling what I bemoved to Crayne last week re- lieve but never fall out with any forget. He knows what he received turned to Marion and will make body, who may not see things as for tobacco when the matter was this place their home. I do. in the hands of the trust. On Sunday next, April 30th Now as to pooling tobacco in He knows whst he has receivDr. Mather will preach two ser- the Farmers' Union Tobacco As- ed since the matter was in the mons in the Methodist Church in sociation. I believe the best in- hands of the Association. commemoration of the Tercenten- terests of the tobacco growers Everything the Farmers' Unary of the King James' translation will be promoted by making the ion has done may not have been of the Scriptures. His subject tobacco pool as strtng as possi- to his liking, but it has helped will be "The Impregnable Rock ble. to double the price of his tobacof Holy Scriptures." The farmers now have just co. G. W. Johnson, and son Leon- two ways of selling their tobacco. Everything the trust did and ard, of Lola, were visitors on this One way is to leave the fixing of is yet trying to do, was and is market Tuesday. Mr. Johnson the price to the tobacco trust unsatisfactory to the farmer tois one of Livingston's substantial the only one buyer of tobacco. gether with the fact it beat Everybody who will stop a min- prices down to $3.00 and farmers. $4.0 ute to think, knows what that per hundred. who was means. Miss Eula Wheeler, It means reduced prices sent to Evansville last week for and unprofitable production of Therefore the advice I have to treatment for a throat trouble is tobacco. It means in this sec- the farmers is to pool their togetting along nicely and will soon tion what it means in the Burly bacco and be patient, be loyal and reap the reward f a permabe home again. section, just as soon as the trust nent good price for their tobacco The Crider Home Talent troupe succeeds in disrupting the pool which they have no right to lias the following to say of their the price paid the farmers was hope for, if they permit the recent visit to Marion., The cut in half. Farmers' Union to go down and boost you gave us in The CrittenThe other way is for the farm- are again left unprotected in got quite a nice ers to den Record-Pres- s by pooling their their dealings with the tobacco crowd indeed for the weather to tobacco and having it sold trust, the only buyer for their have been so unfavorable, and through the Farmers' Union. tobacco. for your efforts you have our sin- The type of tobacco grown in Respectfully Yours, cere thanke this section is distinct from all Chas. W. Fox, The entire crowd enjoyed im- others and regardless of what Sec'y of the Crittenden Co., mensely this little visit to your other sections may do. The to- Farmers' Union Tobacco Associmost hospitable city and especial- bacco growers of the Farmers' ation. ly so the delightful lunch served Union should be united to pro.by Mrs. Jeff Clement at her beau tect their interest. My advice home the to the tobacco growers of Crit entertainment. tenden county, is to pool their A Correction, tobacco and in every way We take pleasure in quoting strengthen the Association. My belief is if thev permit from a letter of Wyatt Hunt, Total Eclipse Of The Sua, Friday, 28 the Association to go down, they Clerk of Pleasant Hill church, We The sun will be .hidden from will regret it and pay for it dear- the following correction. people in certain sections ly in having to sell their tobacco were evidently misinformed. view of Mr. Editor, it was a surprise of the United States on April 28 at a far smaller price than they and will be visible to this country have received during the time to us to know you had published with the exception of the north- the Association has been in exist- us as one faction composed of one-ha- lf the membership. The ern and northeastern portions, ence. the eclipse extending north as Some farmers will say they record of Pleasant Hill church of far as a line drawn through the want to control their own busi- shows that less than one-fift- h membership under her watch; cities of Philadelpia, Milwaukee, ness and sell their own tobacco. the Butte .Montana, and Portland, That would be all right if it care, have withdrawn. ; ur. st public. tne Will you please explain p. us in the proper light befa j , With best wishes for you and all concerned. I am yours Wyatt Hunt, spectfully. Clerk of Pleasant Hill churchi. A Friend At Fredonia Writes: re.' I was so much interested in the good road movement, so well begun in your county as told in your last weeks issue, that I send you a cutting from Harper's Weekly, describing the road building process in Iowa. It seems to me a road that cheap, could be built here as well. You see a newspaper man started that, and if you can do as well for Ky. I know future generations will arise andQall you. blessed. The article referred to "dragging a road across Iowa." will be published next week. The county's financial statement of what has been spent to work the roads crowded it out this week. y la ,rf a 2 UNION MAN IS IN LAW'S NET. Indianpois, .Apr. 22. Charged, with murder, in connection with the explosion that wrecked the Los Angeles Times building, Oct. 1, 1910, causing the death of 21 persons, James J. McNamara, secretary-treasnr- e of the Inter-ation- al Association of Bridge and Structual Iron Werks, was arrestod late today at the headquarters of the organization of this city. The warrant for his arrest was based on an indictment found by a grand jury at Los Angeles, and was served J. Burns, the New York detective. Burns said he would start for Los Angeles with Mc Namaraa, Gov. Marshall having honored reqnistion papers by-Willi- : j te to-ni- ght Mrs. C. L. Obenchain has re- tiful after turned from Owensboro, White-vil- le and other points in Daviess county where spent two weeks the guest relatives and old friends. Mrs. Lester Terry and children tun of Mounds vicinity were here Tuesday the guest of relatives and doing some shoppiug. Ross Fox of Shady Grove was in the city this week the guest of his brother, Dr. Ernest Fox. Miss Ina Woods, who had, been the guest of her sister in Arkansas for several months, has r m , t. A returned home. ; $r. u1 i 1IT1 . 1 OLBN DALE Ei H'iii I fr. f"Wl iJ I. Pw & I . BK. 4 r I? I ;t I ( 0 if Ji T V 'i E'lM M I il s r p Iff ; fr it rh t MM mfrr ffv f mlb - ml (continued from last woek.) AND RETURN FROM MA JI0N. Rer. G. Y. Wilson was called Via Illinois Central and Rock to conduct a burial service last Island Lines Account U C V second Sunday afternoon, so could not fill his appointment at The short lino via the I. C. Made-to-We- ar this place, but expects to be here OFFICIAL ROUTE OF ADAM the second Sunday in May. SunJOHNSON CAMP 1008 UCV day School here every Sabbath Tickets at the above extremely at 3 p. m. Everybody come and COMFORTING WORDS low rates will be on sale May Ulth bring some one with you. 1 1th, and 15th, and are good reMr. and Mrs. Will Hurley Does This Mean Anything to You ? Many n Marlon Household II III find turning until May 2Urd with pri-- . were guests of J. J. Franks, Them So. ulegc of cxtention until Juno M near Salem last week. It ezpreues the maker's faith in the product. The above rate is not only open A boy arrived at the home of 'to veterans and their friends but To hive the pains and ache? of a birl Will Stallions last week. Labor U the principle cost in painting. The material should be the best back removed; to be entirely free from to any others who desire to visit Mrs. Dunk Hodge and little ' annoying, dangerous urinnry disorders Little Rook, the city of Roses in son, oi forest Lrrove, attended is enough to make any kidney YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. suffo rer ' the Sunny South. church here the second Sunday grateful. To tell how this great Little Rock long famous for its PR Mil V tttn::tTitri iini ail it i Joe Lindsey and John Craig- change can be brought about will hospitality has made great prepprove comforting words to hundreds of head took a nice bunch of hogs Marion readers aration to insure entertainment to Evansville last week. G. B. Johnson, 413 Gum St., Marion, an comfort for its welcomed Howard Hurley was at Deer Ky., says: For five years I suffered guests which will make the reCreek last Sunday and attended from kidney complaint, brought on by union one long to be remembered. hard work. Whenever I caught cold, church at that place. last week. tion went to pinnelo rock Sunday a nice little farm. Through sleepers and chair cars Messrs. Claude Springs and it settled on my kidneys and at such Hon bteeie, lormerly ot tins and reported a trip. Also t'u numeral nnd mineral on May 15th. Engage accommoHebron, and times my" suffering was aggravated Harvey Clark, of The kidney secretions H. L. Su vm .. j ni ...,, lino ri.rh UHVMJIIIk .in .Umc W f dations' now. Eugene Threlkeld, of Hurricane, !m passage amu was were irregular : piace, out now oi Harris burg. ...iV oiten obliged t! T "- .. snonr. RnlnVilnv. ntwl Rimfl.iv e ,.,!.. . .. ,i r i i u Low rate side trip tickets on -- i ' II1U attended Sunday School here arise during the night. There was a it ;uiwt'i! Ul .i... UIU ftwuua uuu I. JU viscnuuiic IU i..i lilllll with his parents. .be cheated. homestead of Mupliev Hughes sale from Little Rock, last Sunday afternoon. We dull pain in the small of my back and Ches Truitt was in Blackford Preaching at Green's Chapel deceased nndbeing t at portion when I aro?e in the morning, I feU For futher particulars, and welcome the young people and lame and stiff. I tired easily, w is last week. every second Sunday. - bound as follows pamphlets on Little Rock. AdCome i of same which would be glad to see mere of the nervous and also hud dizzy spells Rev. Lane preached at Baker out and be benefited by hearing On the North by the lands of dress G. W. Scholke. T. P. A. parents oat too- When Doan's Kidney Pills cam to my Jessie Perry man on the East by Evansville, Ind. Silas Todd h a frequent visitor attention, I procured at Haynes & the third Saturday and Sunday, what Rev. Hazard has to say. Quite a large crowd greeted him. Mrs. J. N. was the the lands bv Alice B. Hughes Taylor's drug store and after I finished in this neighborhood. Sunday it being Easter. After guest of her daughter, Mrs. anil others, and on the South by Those on the sick list at this the contents, I was cured. It gives lfvouhavo nore .yei of any kind they all visited the ma Dempsey. last week, the lairds of the great Northern writing, are P. C. Moore and me pleasure to state, that time has umi Sulherlund'n Eagle Hye Salve. It proven the cure to be a permanent pinacle, where an Easter egg Homer Mayes is a frequent Mining and Milling Co. and on it good for nothing hut the eyes. "Mrs. James Moore. It is one. You are at liberty to publish hunt was participated in. the West by the heirs of W. jiainl-svisitor here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cline this statement for the benefit of other rf mid hnrmlvss, and is intuitivePrayer meeting at Baker every Mi. and Mrs. Doc Truitt and B. Davidson. This '10 Aces lies ly the best. .spent Saturday night and Sun- kidney sufferers." If you don't ay ho we Wednesday night; Sunday School daughter, Maggie, were pleasant ,0" the West side of the said For sale by all dealers Trice 50 day with their daughter, Mrs. will refund your money. Try It and n cents. Co., Buffalo, every Sunday evening at three visitors at the home of .1. T. Hughey Hughes homestead. Only James Wright, near Hebron. then tell your neighbor. Sold everyNew York, sole agents for the United o'clock. We urge every one to Dempsey Sunday. the minpral and mineral rights Miss Mildred Moore, Siloam, States. where. '2Fc a tubo. come and be with us. j, jj . Truitt and son, Chester, underl ing this 10 Acres t gc f was the guest of her grandfath Itemember the name Doan's and The F. E V C. U. of A., meets were jn Blackford Sunday. 'or with the eight of ingrees and Moore, last week. A20-2take no other. er, R. every Monday night. Brethern, Misses Clara. Mabel, Ina and egress to and over said 40 Acres Sme one in this neighborhood To the Sunday Schools we urge upon each and every $CQ NTunn, Verna Davis and of sni(l lud ns we'' s the I'ight says, "its sad and lonely" at KKKDONIA As the Sunday Schools of this member to come and also invite Lora Demnse : Messrs. Chester to mine fluorspar, lead, xinc and JSunday School, since Chester all visiting members. any and all other minerals m- - county are a little behind this (Delayed from last week.) "Woodall has gone to WashingTruitt. and Elma Gahaga.i, Mr. year, nnd as this month and next ... .mu i.uiiiij, ui nnuAirs. Marion isrnntiey were deriving same will be sold. Miss Fannie Woods, of Marion, .v..ih ton. For the purchase price the pur- is the best time for collecting Uiseyvnie, spent haster with guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will was the guest of Mrs. Mollie chaser' with approved securit) statistics, all schools that are his father, D. H. King. Dulaney. Hughes Sunday, April lGth. Kicked 3y A Mad Horse Mrs. Sallie McKinley and chilJames Henry and wife and Harve Fox drove a bunch 6f or sccuities, must execute Bond, not organized are urged to Iwgin at once, so that they may be visSamuel Birch, of Beetown, Wis., Cary Henry, of Marion, spent dren spent Saturday night with nice hogs to E. L. Nunn's last bearing legal interest from of sale until paid, and bavin it ited right soon. 'had a most narrow escape from losing Sunday with Mrs. Lissie Phillips. week. relatives here. his leg, as no doctor could heal the Thomas and Herman McKinIet the Superintondant The school will close here Herbert Little is working for the force and effect of Judgetrightful sore that developed, but at ment. Bidders will be prepared many ditferant schools urge That ley and Johnnie Phillips attend- H. L. Nunn. last Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it Friday, and there will be an enAlbert Clark, Roy Nunn, Kir-b- y to comply promptly with these each student prepare to glvo a complet ly. Its the greatest healer of tertainment at Rice's hall Friday ed prayermcotipg at Baker WedJ. G. ROCHESTER. small contribution to the Kennesday night. ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, night by the pupils. Brightman, Herbert Phillips, terms. Commissioner. tucky S. S. Association and do bruises and cute, corns, P. K. O'Neal is the guest of Ray and Tom Urnntley, of Mrs. Josie Padon and children, pilos on earth. Try it. 25c at Haynes his daughter, Clara Conger. this at tho time your School is of Hampton, are the guests of anJ Rosebud, were at & Taylor's and Jas. H. Orme's. being visited. Your writer had the pleasure Baker Sunday. her father, A. Boaz. or All Skin Uismists Let every District Secretary go several days in Dr. Crawford and wife, of of spending Miss Verna Davis spent Snt- Dr. IMI'n Antuepiic Salvo w the or send a visitor to every School ILNION GHOVG Blackford last week. urday night with Misses Nolle Marion, spent Sunday with N. hl- - It in h creamy inow white and urge the cause of theS.S. Right here I think would be a anj Mabel Niinn M. Wilkey and wife. delayed from last week. nleniant to uio and cvrry box u W. F. Oliver shipped a car nice place to drop a thought to Jessie Newcoin attended ser- gtmnmtvwi. I'rir 2So. At all dealurf' and ask for a contribution, after Mr. Andrews and wife, of which he should get as many too, the public, as others saw him. vices at Baker Sunday. load hogs from here Saturday. Starr, were the guests of D. B. as possible to pledge themselves A fine looking deacon was enManv good wishes for the "Old Homestead" fertilizer is "Wiggington and family Saturday CnMMISSIONEirS SALE. to pay a small amount at a given deavoring to impress upon the Record-Presthe best for corn and tobacco. .and Sunday. time, say by the thirtieth of May young minds of a class of boys by S. C. Bennett & Son. D, B. Wiggington and wife Sold this paper should be left with the importance of living a Christian Mr. Coleman, of Crider Roller We guarantee Sutherland's haglc CRITTENDEN CIRCUIT "gave an Easter dinner at noon Supt of the District in which the Mills, was here Monday Ben- life. "Why do people call me a Eye Salve to cure common sore eyes COURT, KENTUCKY. School is located. Sunday to a large number of Christian," boys? He said smil- in 21 'M hours. & seems ulrange, their children and their grand- nett Son handles the flour and ing down upon them. There but ittois backed This our guarantee. Port Huron Engine All district secretaries bear in by meal made by this mill. It is & Thkksiikk Co., Plff children, and the best thing of You run no risk and it only costs 25c. mind that their duty is to see was a moment's pause, then a agair.st Equity. it all was there were four gen- guaranteed to please. where would be the most convenvoice was heard to say, "Be A. K. IIUCiHES. A. li. erations at the table at one time. ient place to hold their district Nunn, Jas. Written-herry- , cause they don't know you." It was a pleasant affair; fine Crittenden Circuit Court Pfts. Conventions at which all report UPSET STOMACH tfretnern ne careiui wnen in feast and a beautiful day. By virtue of a Judgment and should be turned in to the (? touch with little ones and don't Is it not strange that some Order of Sale of the Crittenden Sec'y so we can prepare for the try to decieve them. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Stomach Drive Tablets people forget to keep the SabCircuit Court, rendered at the Co. Convention, if we can, let us John VTalker was in Marion Away Stomach Distress bath day holy?. March Term thereof, 1911, in the hold all district conventions by last week. Please come to Sunday School In Five Minutes. above cause for the sum of June thirtieth. Mrs. Vina Phelps spent severand help us to help some one. By virtue of various judgement .$150.00 with interest at the rate I f any of the district secretaries al days in Clay and Providence We all need to know the way Belching of gas; heaviness sour taste with her sons and daughters and orders, of sale of the Crit- of G per cent, per annum from need any blanks, cards, or reportfrom this to a better world, and in mouth, dizziness, biliousness and recently. tenden Circuit CourtH rendered at the 25 day of Feb. 1907, until ers, I shall take great pleasure in I know of no better way to learn nausea occurs simply because thestom-ac- h Mrs. Jane Nelson is somewhat the March term of Court 1911, I paid, subject to following cred- sending them to them. is not properly digesting the food. study of the the way than the paid Dec. 20th, 1909. shall proceed to offer for sale at its. Why not let Crittenden County stomach tablets give instant improved at this writing. bible and no better place to the Court House door in Marion and $25.00 paid Mar. 24th, 1910, come to the front this year and Fred Hillyard attended church renei to upset stomaens, Dut they do study it than in the Sunday more; they put strength into the stom- at Baker Sunday. Fred has to the highest bidder at public and $3.'.50 costs herein, I shall to do that We must put some time .School. So get up early and get ach and build it up so that it can easily taught school at this place, then auctiou on Monday the 8th day proceed to offer for sale to the and labor into the convention for ready to come and bring the digest a hearty meal to the army and we of May 1911, at one o'clock p. m highest bidder, at PUBLIC this is the place we make our fin Sick headache, nervousness, sleep- from here children. being County AUCTION, on Friday, the 28th al reports. Let us ever abound or thereabout lessness and bad dreams are all cauHed school children welcome him in Wiggington gave his by Walter Court day upon a credit of six day of April 1911, at 10 o'clock the Lord and his work. our midst. fermentation of food. wife a treat to a nice poultry Stop the fermentation; renovate the months the following discribed A. M., or thereabout, upon a A. E. Dean, Co. Pros. Dr. Franklin passed through fence around the garden; a nice stomach and make it clean and sweet here last week. credit three months tho follow property to wit: V. L. Stone, Co. Sec. arbor for the grape vines and and half tho ills of the human family About fifteen acres of land ly- ing described property, to wit: M. A. Wilson and family spent nice coops for her young chick- would promptly disappear. One Port Huron No. 2 saw Sunday the guests of Mr. Metz ing within one mile of Marion on If you have stomaah ens. All take notice and govern kind don't overlook the trouble of any at Mattoon. Shady Grove road and adjoin- mill complete w i t h the a Hair Beautifier. fact that yourselves accordingly. and appendages is a doctor's prescription, and E. L. Nunn shipped a nice ing W. N. Rochester all in culti- the fixtures Watch the 28th, don't get that it's as good a prescription as any bunch of hogs this week. vation and under a good fence with or belonging to the same. Rellned women The world over'Use II scared it is just going to be an docto" wJil write for years to come. and known as the Mrs. Judy Also 48 solid tooth saw. Will Hughes wants to buy a Haynes & Taylor sell eclipse of the sun. Sale to be made near Mattoon, Wheeler property. This is a very stomach tablets and so do leading span of mules. We have had plenty of rain where mill is now setting on Miss Alice Hahner, 13.1 S. Urd St., Uncle Joe Hughes has a nice desirable lot. druggists everywhere. They arc riggetting about right for fishing. idly guaranteed to euro any case of bunch of sheep for sale. Also 117 Acres of land off of bank near the old Lamb mill site Reading, I'ft., knows thnt thare in nothing so good for hair nnd scalp I would be glad we could get stomach disease, or money back. Hurrah for Rodney, and the the Aleck Woody homestead well or sufficient thereof to produce trouble aa Parisian Sage. On Juno 8 A large box of twice a week. stomach the Record-Pres- s and sufficient amount of timber the sums of money so ordered to 1910, she wrote: "'I am using Parisian tablets costs but 50 cents. They act rural route we are to have in to keep up same up. This is an be made. What say you Bro. Jenkins? For the purchase Sago two r three times a week and it so quickly that after dinner distress, this section, it starts June first. excellent farm and in fine state price the purchaser, with ap- is certainly fine. It keeps my scalp heaviness and belching disappear in Owing to so much rain of late, proved security or securities, nice and clean and it cured m,c. of cultivation. five minutes. Give a trial the SHERIDAN I have farmers are getting behind no danduff tiuwh It on moncv back nlan. Free trial troat- Also 50 Acres of land known must execute Bond, bearing le- makcB tho hair lustrous nnd llufy nnd with their work. (Delayed from last week.) will be sent to any ment of as the Ryan land in three separ- gal interest from the day of sale keeps it from falling out " on request. Lacy Truitt is very sick at this ate boundries being same land until paid, and having the force Sunday School every Sunday reader of the Record-Pres- s We urge every woman who Iovoh Addres3 Booth's Buffalo, writing. evening at Deer Creek. conveyed to the heirs of John and effect of a Judgement. Bid- radiant and fascinating hair to Haynea N. Y. A27 Mil. Arthur King's face was be- Ryan by T. P. Clark on the 15th ders will be prepared to comply & Taylor's today nnd got n largo GO Ben McElMurry spent Easter coat bottlo of Parisian Sage. They decked with smiles Sunday with his aunt at Sheridan. day of November 1899 lying near promptly with these terms. gunrantfr it to cure dandruff, fulling KU1)NE. cause unknown. J. G. ROCHESTER. the old Columbia mines. This wmie is uie guest. ' airs. hair and itching scalp, or money back. Quite a number from this sec- - tract is well improved and makes of relatives here this week. E. L. Nunn was in Weston Commissioner. A Clarence Wilson and wif-werftjn Sheridan Saturday. Three cheers for the Sheridan items last week. Mrs. Ebb Sullenger is going into business. Best wishes for the Record-Pres- $8.20LI1TLE ROCK , atikV :? Hanna's Green Seal "The Paint" Re-Unio- n. K s. Formula ox Every Package ! I 1 I Olive & Walker. pk-asi- nt 1 I . ! ..! -- .i.. n!. -- i.twi-Hv- m.r V W W ft X J, OL-1.I- , i- T-u.- 'tr Foster-Milbur- 1 I 7 i. tin-da- y oho cold-sore- i, Ap-plega- te int-me- nt - s. I I Ml-o-- na MI-O-N- A 1 1 MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A . MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A dan-drui- r. I MI-O-N- A Mi-o-n- a, . ta A-ui- e i 13-2- 7. S. Tf ?M ",4.. 'iAkailu rvMB. O. tt. f ! ' i Finan j V ft MaWMtirttfiMiaa OUIIUIIIUIIL ,. ' Iw''lv' rnF'-jwi;-;r- r ii w'- '', C3 y, Continued From Pajjc 8. bridge A., 2 da Marks. Marks, Sf A., 1 da. F. C. scr- vices da. I St T. oore. win, St T. (oore, J II.. 2 da. Manlcy .Albert, 1 da. P. & 'J'. la. P. St T.. Marvel. John, Marion Hank, money to pay met!, for Kiinscy's eyes. . Mctz, Henry, 2 da P. St T. . Marvel, John. 1 da P. & T.. Manley, E. O.. ft da P S: T. da. P St T. Mauley, W. T. Neal. Orvillc. ut da. P. & T. Vewbell. F.d. 2 da. V St TNation, V 11., D da. P. & T, Ncwcom. Ves 3 da P. St T. Ncsbit, Hob, t da. P. & T.. Nunn, G. D. 3 da P. & T. . Nunn, Marsball, 1 la. P. & T. Ncwcom, II. S., 4M dr.. P. & 1 1 1 1 . ! Nunn. K. I. clerk election.. Ncwcom, W judc dec. da. P. St T. Ncwcni. C. I., da election Nunn, C. S.. com Nolin, Peter, Nunn, C. S . Admr. K. L Klanary. iiuptest services. v-i? . w , extracting teeth .. t in,!,, Mrs Huffy Ncwcom, C. It'.'i da 1 rt O'Neal, J F, laud for road. Ordwav. las 3 da P St T. Oliver. V V.. 7 da. P. St T. O'Neal. T P. C da. P. fc T. Oliver. V !.. jihIkc election Orr. Albert, work on road tools Ordway St Guess, livery lure Olive St Walker, lulw. and cement Pnre, Flood, for aid and support d son Pierce, J P., rent for armory PostleweiKbl, J. K., wk. Mem- plus Mm. rd Phillips 1. H.. pa for work on road Phillips. L. II.. rd and bride ci'in J. It., road PiisilewciRht. da. with "iris. 1! C. I'nttlrwcight. J. It.. F. C 1 T "'st mm dr scr- - Phillips. I.. H.. F. C. services dn. P. PostleweiKht, J K.. T St T . Paris. Paul. 12 da. Parts. It C. 2 da. P St T.. dn P. Phillips. S II.. 3 St T Pieknu. J A.. 4 da. P & T. Phillips. L. It 0 da P. & T Phillips. Orvillf. 1 h da. P. Vvirfi ... ... 1 St Powell V K.. Powell Hm. 3 T dn. P St T. Prowell. J'j . 1'acp. John. 1 dn. P & T Phillips Odti 3 u, da P & T. Parish. Knurl, 0 dn. P. cV I Phillip. Mrville. 2 da. P. St T. S. 3 da P. St T. .' Pans. Pern. f. W. dn. P. V T. Pan. Hosai A., lumber PosllrweiR'nt. J. H. JtlllRC flection V K.. clerk election PowpII da. T. Postlrweik'lil. J It (" rrvice da. P. fc T. . Pan U T. 1 . 1 Pans. & T V S. i I dn. 'A 3 da P. P. da. Ss St T T. V. ... 1 1 Prrk. Sam. 3 dn P. St T Par... I O. 2 dn. P. & T. I'irr r J P . rent for armory Phillips S H . lumber Pirry. (' W.. money to pay I N Unatnit for lumber for pour house Porter. J I , work on bridge PostlruciKlU. J It.. 1 da. F. bridge com Phillips. I. H. 0 da. road Pohtlew eight. J. K.. 1 da. F. C service Phillips. L. H.. 1 dn. P. C. service .. Pan. Hahs. 1& dn P. & T. I'ickeiis. J A. C. tax books Pukn. J.etcA. C, ser. road . aid support Polk A or-itr- com . 1 -- Por-teflicl- pa Pierci, Mary F. , aJ-uppo- rt Pickens. J court Powell W. K , hauliiiK lumber, rock Pickens, Joel A. C, waiting on court, etc posting Pickens. Joel A. notices of graded elections DyerrhurK and Ton Plulliiis. Frank, 1 In. P. & T. work setting Paris, II. C. road grader lVkwii.. Joel A. C, convey, pris. from Sturgis to Marion Pogue. M F. nails for road. Ivpchcstcr, J. C... dfd. 2 hm. cases Ryan lesse. 2 dn. P. ci T. da P. St T. It.ed, C M , 2 la. P. St T-- . Kohiiisnn, Ira. Kobinson. P. 3 da. P. & T. . Porcr, John, lumber for road. da. P. & T.. Naley. Sam. Riley, Art, I da. P. & Ityan, John. 2 da P. St T. IJl.li. Jeff. 2 da. P. St T Kolurt.snn. Hill. 3 da. P. & T. Ituthcrford, G. D, C4 da. P .t T . sills and spikes Ktishi'iir. h. S., dyn. caps etc Reynolds, Henry, M: da. P. & A C, waiting on (, , VC 1 T... '1 Robinson. J. F., lumber judge election. Rankin. P Robinson, R, clerk election. Fdwin, nails for Ralston. lijidge J J. C, lumber dn. on road Rab ton, Chas., and nails I-, Itoger, .... ...r.. ....... work on road. J L. .... lier. It n 1 John. Vork on bridge. . Itamage, II. ., poor house clam ' Itamage. H A, repairing lines public buildinu.s Riley, Chas. D.. 1 da. F. C. services Chas. T., repairing Rilcv, bridge Cox Place hic F.l. nails-sharpe- , " McConnell, J. W , 2 da. P. 30.00 Wheeler, H. S 1 da. F. C. 3. & T 3.00 2.00 services McDonald, Hird, 2 da. P. & 4.00 Woody, C. H., 1 da. F. C. ser.. 3.00 3. T UI03 4.50i vices J. N., judge election. McEucn. A. W., 3 da. P. & T. 4.50 Wheeler, II. S. pay for work Travis. D. J., sheriff election. nn G. 200.00 lumber on road with grader Thomas, I. A., lumber, fix. 3 00 McDonald. Josh, 4 v da. P. 2.50' Wheeler, II. S., 1 da. F. C. With the first signs of constipa-7- 5 bridge -- uu.uu & T.v 6. 3.00 3.00 Hon you resort to the home methods services Thurman, Aimer, lumber for McConnell, Dr. Jeff, 2 da. P. 3 00 12.00 Woody, C. H , da. F. C. scr- 'of relief, such as hot or cold water on . road & T 3. 00 arising, lots of stewed fruit with your 3.00 GO vices .Todd. W l., lumber, bldg. 14.50 McChcsncy, Jeff, 6 da. P. & Wright, Alfred, L. E. Vick on breakfast, etc., but what do you do I. no bridge 7 50 when these fail? 2015 linn Travis, F. 1., work on road. 50.00 concrete bridge T McC'on'n'cil', Jeff,' 2 da.'p." & T. The majority then start on salts and 3. 00 Weldon-IIin- a Grocery Co., 5.00 . Travis, A. II., caring for pris- 8 6 00 P'lrgntlve water, then chanRo to cathar12.30 McKcc, Jno., 4 da. P. StT.. 10.40 groceries for pool, 3 00 oners, etc tic pills, etc. If you havo j?ono through Riley, Chas. T., lumber and McConnell, C. H., 5 da. P. prep. 3.00 Walker, Miss Nellie, these various stngos you know they were 1.B0 ITIininac. Ino.. 2 da. P. & T. . tv "I paying for work on road St T 7 (,u 1.00 3 00 ucucu, co jar as permanent results cases.. 2 da. P. .Sr T notices small-po.- x .75 Thmiias. It. H. ."uw juu hiiujiu iry just once ap 1 7 ,,U-and two bridges McCormick, Chas., 2 da. P. waiting on no !' 8 "S T ;osisuioq.L Wallace, W. H but try something practical and sensl M. If I OOT Riley, Chas. T., 12 da. road 88.90 court, etc ' " a rcmeuy mauo ar.u intcnilea for the 2.25 W. U., maurcssts iui Tucker. McConi'.cl'l,' j! m!,' 2 4 da." P. poso you aro trylnc to accommlah. I and bridge coin 7.50 Woody, C. H.. 1 da. bridge 30.00 3.00 poor house ; p, can ' mt- a remedy, as thoiiEaiHa Riley, Chas. T.. 1 da. F. C. T 3.00 . . jail com ,J Dr. CaldweH'3 Syrup l'epsln, tpniifv i. 7.fi0 Travis. A. II , part on which la da.'p. 1 da. F. C. services McConnell, Press," 2 50.00 Wheeler, II. S.. 3.00 suaranteed to be permanent in its re- claim 4.50 Riley. suits. Its Ingredients aro such that by a 3 00 & T Chas. T, IS da. super. 3. 75 services Travis. A. II.. carrying for 0.00 2 "" brief use of it the ctomach and bowel road grader . 20 00 Woody, C. II., McKcc, II W., judge election 30.00 da. F. C. sert 00 public buildings muscles are trained to again do Sulleiiger, J.' 1C, 7 da. bridge 3 22 work normally, ro that In the end their 3.00 McConnell & Walker, lumber vices you Tucker. W O., bed, etc., poor 1.50 2 da. P. & T. 1 com McDowell, J. M., C.00 Waggoner, Henry, 3. 00 can do away with medicines of all kinds. da. P. 21.00 house That it will do this Mr. a. Y. Dodson of Sutton, M. V repairing road 1.50 McClure, F. M 2 da. P. & T. 3. "" Banvllle. Va.. will gladly attest, &T Tucker Furniture Co., coffin fi75 and f grader . . . 20 00 Wheeler, H. S., 0'da. super. McCasncy, W, J.. lumber.. 8 20 wilt Mrs. S. A. Hampton of Portage, O. 5.00 I. P. Wilcox 2 00 . , ti , :.:i To those who are still skeptical there V. J., lumber. 00 Sullcnger, P. W., 30 hrs. woik G. 40 30 20.00 McChcsncy, road grader ravis, ii j.m iiii 4.50 prove theso assertions on road 7.71 Wheeler, H. S, 0 McConnell & Walker, lumber 15. 97 Is a away to of expense: Simply send with- da. super. 3.nv Tiirplkfld. f). G.. lumber out penny your 1.50 Sugg, V. T., work on road 13.00 McNcaly-- & Chandler, blastnnmo and address to Dr. Caldwell and ob- grader 5.00 Tinsley, Mrs. Lottie, road quins Stone, Hud, work cm levee.. ing powder ,taln a free sample bottle. After uslnr it. 2. 75 12.00 Watson, C. N., lumber on 2.00 for poor house 12.00 Suggs, Win. T., lif you aro then convinced It Is tho rem- 1.90 Hard, A. S., work on road aid and suproad edy you need, buy a fifty cent or one-Tucker, V. O Furniture Co., 10.00 Ifc.OQ port J no. Mtilbiiax with grader 21. 00 dollar bottle of your druggist and con- W. H.. 22 da. guar. Braswcll, Wallace. Coffin, etc, Rosa prisoners 22.00 Dcboc, M. It., lumber Sunderland, W. T., 4 da. P. 32, 37 tlnuo to use It for a brier time until mattresses for poor house 31.00 C.00 ,curcd. Tho directions are simple and the& T Henderson, C, 3d qr. salary G.00 Travis, A. 1L. PK da. P. Watson. Miles jan Dal. on dose Is small. It Is pleasant tc the taste, p. a 2.G3 19.90 130 15 does not gripe and Is promptly effective. court judge da. P. ct T. Stallion. Geo., 1.50 claim 4.00 Shadowcn, 's'-Weldon,' w! N..' Peek, E. H., lumber 19, 44 and these statements aro guaranteed or da. P. J. H., C da. P. & Travis, W. II., aid and supmoney will bo refunded. 1.25 Bcbout, A. J., 2 picks for rd. 1. ov i ! 20.00 9.00 port This remedy Is over a quarter of a cen- 1.50 Stembridge, Ike, 1V4 Wooldridge,' Win'..' 2 da. P East, J. H., lumber 4, 32 tury old and Is personally taken da. P. by Travis. A. 11 ., care public 15.00 more druggists than any other similar . .. 20.00 3.00 Frazer, T. A., sal. health ofiV I 'P, 2.2 G buildings on the American market. Because) 4.50 Slayton. G. P., C da. P St Wood'ali,' Cavit,"lV da. P. ficer 25. uu ,remedy effectiveness, purity and pleasant 9.00 Taylor St Caiman, mcr. for of Its 10.50 Sulleiiger, W. H., IVd ila. T. 2 50 3 15 P, taste it is tho Ideal laxative remedy for St T.. nails paupers , ,." ' 9.00 'children, women and old folks generally. 7.50 Wilson, M. A.. 4 da. P. St T.. t 2.25 Tbomasoii. Oscar, hauling rk St T Total amount of claims al4 00 Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased 7.25 lumber .to give you any medical Advice you may da. P. Travis. K. J., 1st cpir. sal. Sulleiiger, J. A., lowed from Oct. 5, 1909, 132 00 Walker. T. 11. 3 da. P. St T. 4.50 'desire for ysurself or family pertaining, to 2.25 school sunt St T 1.00 to Oct. 4, 1910, this sum17,70G, 65 the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely Woodsidc, Odic, 2 da. P. & Tucker, W. O., chairs for ofda. P. free of charge. Explain your case In a Sulleiiger. Henry. 1 13.50 13.85 3.00 To which add claims pay2.25 letter and he will reply to you in detail. ' 'da. fices St T For the free sample simply send your 3.00 P. & T. Wheeler. It F 2 Taylor & Caiman, linoleum able out of county levy, Umanucl, 3 d. P. name and address on a postal card or 22.50 Stevens, 14.00 Watson. Chas., 4 da. P. & T. 4 GO It. L. F. office r 'otherwise. For either request K.500 1909, and prior levies. 213, 10 isddress Is Dr. W. B. Caldwell, the doctor's St T G.30 sharpening picks Cald 1.50 Tinsley, Lottie, sup. for poor 15 00 Stone. lid, bridge timbers well Duuainr, Monticeiio. in. 10.G0 Woody, C. H, 3 da. P. & G.00 house 30.00 c;...cmi Kil. 4 da. P. & T. 1 50 5.25 Total amount of claims alT. Terry. W. T.. 1 da. F. C. sercm.,. T I.. da. P. & T 1 50 3.00 Woodson, S F . da P. & T. vice lowed payable out of Albert. 2 da. P. fil.70 Shewinakcr. .t n & T.. 3.00 West Dave, 3.09 Travis. Dr. W. T.. services le.vy St T. 1910, and prior 20.80 West, J. V.. 3 5.25 da. P. & T. 7.50 health officer WANTED CORN 50.00 Smith. W i, r la. P St T. levies C. $17,919,80 A 3.00 heeler. It E . 2 da P. & T. GOO Tlwmmtnn Illlllbcr... 1 3.G5 Gid., 4 da. P. & T. Sullivan, 1. GO Wood, Jno L. G da. P. & T. 9.00 Claims to the amount of 1.50 Travis, A. 1L. lumber for road 1 da P. & T. . 15 00 Swansey, J. Woodward, Orda, 1 da. P. Until further notice we wMl Towcry. O. I'., lumber tor $800.73, payable out of Sunderland. Charley, 2 da P. 35.71 St T.. 1.50 3 00 bridge 2 00 'Y county levy, 1910, and G da. P. give 50cts. for white corn shuck8G4 Wring, I; T. Threlkeld. O. G.. lumber . 12.00 SnUciiRcr.' P. W., S dn. P. prior levies, having been 10.25 lumber 12.00 Terry. W. T . 1 da. F. C. .ser- ed and delivered at our mill, St T 3.00 Williams, H. O. Vila.' paid by former Sheriff .ifnC 3 00 Stephenson. Qscnr, 3 da. P. 10.50 T 4.50 hvrrv.'w. T. 1 da F. C. scr- Marion Milling Co. tf Jno. G." Ashcr, said St T 3.00! GOO 3.00 Walker." S. N . 4 da. P. St T. C 00 T. vices ' ' Samuels, J. amount is therefore deG.30 Walker, Milton, 2 da. P. &T. 3.00 Threlkeld. O. G., lumber .. 0.00 ci.iiliriinn.. Oscar. 3 dn. P. . ....... ducted from 3.00 above hauling Albert. 2 da. P &T. Walker. A. 4 50 Thomason, G.. St T 1800 9 00 Williams; Ii O . 2 da. P. &T. 3.00 amount, whichl leaves a brick, etc.. for poor house. 2 14 dh. P. 3.00 SainnrU. J. Witt. I 9 00 Walker. II. II. 0 da. P. St T. 3.75 Thompson. I. W. lumber for grand total of claims al& r P. & 28.35 V Ison. II. K, 2 da t.IiO i r oil it For Infants and Children. lowed payable out of 5.25 Sullivnii. John. 3 da. P. St T. G.75 T .GO 'Travis. K. leffry. 2nd or. sal. ' ' dn. P. Sr I .75 Stanlev. John. Walker." Hcrt, t da. P. St T. county levy, 1910, and 132 00 1.50 The Kind You Havi Always Bought school supt Vi day. I . 0.00 .SullcMBer. Geo., 7.50 Wring, J. E.. 5 da. P. & T.. 2 25 Tucker. W. O.. coffin and robe SG0.73 St T 1.50 22.50 Wilborn. Hugh. 1 da. P. St T. Boars the 3.00 for Jim Long 2.25 Smith. Tom. 2 da P. & G.00 Watson. Henr. 4 da. P. StT. 3.00 Terry. W T.. aid and support imiiki-ii- . Geo.. 2 dn. P. v I. prior levies, this sum.. $17,059.07 Signature of Cut"4 t.5 1.50 20.00 Waddcll, L. E 3 da. P. & T. 1.50 Peter Nolin da P. StT.. 5.26 Anders. Osis. Net amount of taxes col1.00 Walker, John 3V6 da. P. & V. linn, wk on rd n u - fl C. 'I" 3.00 t'liKiim. r timiners. r.. iv. 5.25 0 T r.O Terry. W. T.. 1 da. V. C. ' lected for the year 1910, ' ' 0.7 5 Smith. John. 1 da P G2.50 3.00 Wheeier, R. E bl'dg. bridge vices as is shown by sheriff's 1 50 W. C. 2 da P. & T. Stanley. GOO Wright. A., uork on bridge 1.50 When a medicine must be given to G.00 Travis. C. F , lumber on road 1.50 Spencrr. Hob. 4 dn. P. & 1 settlement, amounts to 3 da. grading Woodall, Ott'. young children it should be pleasant to 3 da. . Travis. E. Jeffry. 3rd qr. sal5.25 Simpson, J no. It , this sum 130.00 3.00 rone! $16,829.33 take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 4.50 ary St T 0.00 2 00 Weldon, M. H . judge election G.00 I'lidcrwood. P. H.. 1 Vs da. P. I dn. P. .t r.. Shcely. Chas. is made from loaf sugar, and the roots 3. 2.25 Wheeler, It. F , judge election 2.00 Which leaves a & T deficit of.$ T. II , 2 da. P. 229.74 used in its preparation give it a flavor 4 50 Stephenson. Woodall, W. A., judge clcc- 3 00 Utley, Tom & Leslie, lumber 0.00 StT All of which is respectfully sub- similar to maple syrup, making it 7 23 oU 2.00 3.00 on road 5.C4 Simpson. R. 11.2 da. P St T. 4.50 Wilborn, H. L.. clerk election 2.00 mitted. pleasant to take. It has no superior 1.50 Wry, David, 3 dn. P. SrT. P. St T. da. Stevens, Drew. G48 Wilson Jno. W., sheriff elec 2.00 3.00 Utley, Leslie, lumber L. E. GUESS, for colds, croip and whooping cough. 2 00 Spencer. W. J . 2 da P & T. 2.00 Wicker, W. O., clerk election 1 50 I'nilcrdown. It. P.. 1 A da. P. Sulleiiger. G W . 1 da. P StT. of Crittenden County Court. For sale by all dealers. 2.00 4.00 Clerk 2.25 Wbitt, G L. sheriff election & I Stewart. J. T., 8 da. P. St T. 2J.00 1 Wofford, T N. judge election 4.00 da. P. T-- . 3.00 Vaughn. Luther. 3.00 Smith. C. 1.. 2 da P. St 50 Wilborn. W. R.. house 4.00 G.00 ' i 1 50 Sullivan. 11. L. 4 da P & T GOO Wilson, It. E., sheriff election 'da.' Wsi T. 4.50 G.00 Vaughn." jno I. It.. 4 da. P St T.. t 50 . Sicler. 3 00 Woody, T J., clerk election. 2.00 2.00 Vaughn. Dave. 2 da. P. & T. 3 00 Stephens. P C. judge election A da. P. 2.00 Walker, J M., clerk election 2 00 Vonhooscr. Chas.. Settles. J. I., judge election 29.17 0 75 Wilcox. Ivan, aid and support 12.00 3 25 StT C F- sheriff election -, 1.30 Stallion. .7S Waddcll C. Ml, overcharge . 2.00 Vick. John, Vi da. P. StT.. Sorrels. J R, judge Vii-1.60 on tax on lien, notes tr. work on concrete 2.00 J. C. clerk election. 25. SO Worrcl Mfg. Co, disinfectant 13.50 ilintlmmt Simpson. Walter. V4 da. P. . . . . VicK, . 150.00 f it e .75 da. P. & T. Whitt, Henry. ifi i... l.ee. in iuii lor concrete. 5 00 3,00 92 00 Weldon, E E.. 2 da. P. & T. nlmltllUMlt 1 50 Ila. V. St T.. Smnll. A.M..' for holding Wilson, Jno. V., lumber . . . 35.31 15.00 Walker. Chas.. 10.00 Stewart, John, work on road G 00 Wheeler & Holtsclaw, work-oinquest .'. , lumber and nails Stone. J 3 00 20.00 poor house 12.50 Woodsidc. Odie, 2 dn. P. St T. for rend 1S.00 4.25 Walbngford, W. D . livery bill Weldon, C. E., assisting Co. Sulleiiger, H. U, work on G00 Wheeler & Holtsclaw, work Supt. Ex 1.00 bridge 3.00 3.00 40.00 poor house Woodson, S. F., painting bdg Summers, Henry, lumber and poor 4.50 Williams. H. L.. work on rd. H.00 Wheeler & Holtsclaw, repairs on grader 3.0 3.50 Weldon, E. 1L, Fin. St. lien, house claim 2.25 Summervillc. J. It., supplies 138.00 Wheeler & Holtsclaw, poor notes, etc .' 5.10 Morgan Frank 25.75 0.5 0 Weldon, C. E., fiscal court house claim Sleamaker & Croft, making 150.00 Wheeler & Holtsclaw, poor services 1.00 coffin 139.10 80.31 3.00 Wing, Hud. 2 da. P. StT... house claim Sulleiiger. J. K., 3 dn. bridge da. P. Weldon, C. E., road orders. 12 00 Wallace. W. H, 7 com 15.00 1 1,60 55.S0 iV ! etc 30.00 Sulleiiger, S. S., sup. for Tom da. P. Waddell. T. L land for road- 5.00 Watson. Alonzo, Ilurton G.75 St T 10.00 way C.16 1.00 Stephenson, 1. It., lumber Wright. A., 1 2.25 Weldon & Franks, ins. poor ila. P. & 'f. Sugg. W. T.. nid and support house The following letter from Sirs. Orvillo Ttock will prove how unwiso 30.00 Wesmoreland, Ransc, 3 da. John Mullinnx 1S.25 4.B0 Weldon & Franks, ins. poor P. & T ami it is for women to submit to tho diingers of a surgical operation when it It , teams Stephens, J 4 da. P. 21.25 house G.00 Walker. Chas., may lie avoided by talcing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comixmnd. scrapers (57.15 C.75 Weldon, C. E., typewriter T 1.00 Sutton, M. V.. repairs on gdr. She was four weeks in tho hospital and oamo homo suffering 1.50 Wright, C. E, 1 da. P. & T. 4.00 table, etc worse than hefore. Then after all that suffering Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Summervillc. G. D.. 2 da. P. 50 Vandcll. T. A., pay roadway, 3.00 Walker, J. It.. 3 da P. & T. Vegetablo Compound restored her health. T 4.75 .75 da. V. St T 2S.70 Mrs. Oliver, land A.M.,' K da. P. & T. .75 Woolf, A. T.. 1.50 Small. A. W., 2 da. P. & T. Young, J. H., aid and support Watson. HERE IS HER OWX STATEMENT. Sullivnii. W. W., con. pris. 3.70 and siiapening picks Hilly Harnett and sister... 51.90 4.95 from Wheat Croft to Marion Paw Paw, Mich. "Two years ago I suffered 3 50 1 2.25 Vandell, T. A., work on Salem - mL, da. Travis, F. I., work on road.. 50.00 Wright. T. L.. 2 da. P. &St T. very severely with a displacement I could not 3.00 86 25 P. Walker. Mack, Frcdonia road T. and Travis, A. II, bal. on claim no on my loot tor a long time. Jty pnysician 3 00 3.00 Yaudell. T A., F. C. services 21.50 White. Ed.. 2 da. P. & as jailor treated me for several months without much re19.10 da. P. & T Yates. S. S.. 1 G.7G Walker. Chas.. ltf da. P. & lief, and at last scut me to Ann Arbor for an op1.00 Terry. Lester. 6 j da. P. & T. 2 25 T 3.25 lumber ' ' da. P & T., eration, I was thero four weeks and canto home Travis, W. S.. Wilson'. P.' E..' V d'a. P. & T. 1 da. P. & T. 000 Yandcll. Rob. 1.50 11.55 " sills and nails if 'i suffering worse than before. My mother ad5.00 MXk, Young, J H , 4 6.75 da. P. St T. 1,1 vised mo to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 4. GO Wnodsides, Kirg, 2 da. P. & Thomas. J. A.. 3 da. P. .V T. 3.00 UU Young. Tom. 1 ! da. P. St T. 2.25 did. nnd I am ft--3.76 Towcrj. I. R., 2 Mi da. P. StT. "K- -. "M i Compound, and 3 75 G da. P. & T. 9.00 Yandcll, Dave, 3 strong and do all my own housework. I ove my da. P. St 1.G0 Williams, T. E.. Spivy, 1 da P & T. 50 Twiner. 4 da. P. & T. 6.00 5.25 T health to Lydia E. Pinlchnm's "Vegetable Com1 da. T. .V P.. 1.G0 Williams, F. L , 4 da. P. St T. 4. GO Tabor. Frank. G.00 Yandcll Dave, judge election pound and adviso every woman who is ntllictciL 2.00 1.50 Wofford. T. N., da P & T- . Tecr, Curtis. 4.45 with any female complaint to trj it." Mrs. 3.00 Yandell, T. A., 1 da. F. C. 3.00 Wilson, Hen, 2 da. P. & T.. J S.. 2 da. P. & T. ': G.00 Thomas. 4 da. P. & T. Orvillo Rock, R. R. Xo. C, Paw Paw, Mich. 6.00 services 3.00 X 4 da. P. & T. G.00 Walker. Albert, 0 00 Threlkeld, F.ulic. Yandell, T A., 11 da. road " Thero never was a worse case." GOO Walker. J. T.. 5 da. P. & T., 4 da, & T. 3.00 Travis, George. RV4 P. 10.25 lumber, nails com 23.00 da P. .V Trnxis, Wilson. Rockport, Ind. "There never was a worso caso of woman's . 3 00 Yandell, T. A., 1 da. F. C. sery 8.25 Williams, W. R.. 3 Vd da. P. ills than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered. 1.50 vice 3.00 ' 3.00 Woodal'l," j! Travlor, Hodge. 2 da. P. St ' T. For over two years I was not able to do anything. I was in bed P., V Ila.' P. & T. 12.00 Yandcll, T. A., 1 da. F. C. 1.50 Travis, Irvin, 1 la. P. & P. for a month and tho doctor said nothing but an operation would 12.00 G.00 da. P. & T.. service 3.00 cure me. Mj' father suggested Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable O. G.. 7 da. P. & T. 10.50 Walker, Joel, l.f.2 Threlkeld. O. White. L. F.. 3 ,a. p. St. T. Co., sup. 4.50 Compound; so to please him I took it, and I improved wonderII., .4 A da. P. Thoiiinson, 1 A da. P. St T. 2.25 fur. paupers, etc 98.52 fully, so I am able to travel, ride horseback, take long rides and G.7G Watson, Lcm. .75 Towery.'lillllie.'s A "d;,. P. Yandcll, T. A., bridge com.. Wilson. It E.. 9 da. 11. of sunever feel any ill effects from it. I can only ask other suffering 3.00 1 da. F. C. ser20.00 pervisors 13.50 Yandcll. T. A., women to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial 5.25 7 75 vice before submitting to an operation." Mrs. Margaret Meredith, 3.00 St 5.25 Wallace, W. II., service as Tayior, Dick. 3 & da 2.00 jailor R. F. D. No. 3, Rockport, Ind. 12G.45 Yandell, T. A., pay for work 3 00 St Traylor. Will, 2 da. 2.00 Taylor. W. L., 3 da. on road with grader 25.00 8c 4.50 Wallace, W. II., caring for Wo will pav a handsome reward to any person who will prove to public property 7G.00 Yandell, T. A.. 1 da. F. C. serSt. 1.G0 Taylor. F.rnest, 1 da. us that theso letters aro not genuine and truthful or that either of 1 .25 Turley. W. E., 2 da. vices 3.00 St 3.00 Woody, C. It . dn. F. C. sertheso women wore paid in any way for their testimonials, or that tho 3,3G vices 3.00 Young, J H., aid and support da. letters aro published without their permission, or that tho original Hilly Harnett and sister. G.C0 2.25 Wheeler, II. S. .1 da. F. C letter from ea a did not como to us entirely unsolicited. '. 1.75 Travs. E. J., 1 .services 3.00 Young, J. H., aid and support da. P. & T. 2.25 Walker, C. C, land for road Hilly Harnett and sister.. G.G0 8 da. P. & T. 12.00 Tucker. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 1.05 Truitt, J John. 2 16 dn. P. & T. way 30.00 Yandell T A., road com , etc. 16.00 X , 3.75 Compound has been tho standard remedy for 2.50 Todd. W. U.. Yandell. T A., 1 dn. F. C. ser7 c0 waiincc, w. II., keeping pris dn P. St T. femalo ills. No sick woman does justice to ,. oners, etc vices 3 00 t).i.su herself who will not try this famous medicine 3.75 Travis. Lone, 2 Ms dn. P. & T. 9.30 Travis, L. R.. 5 dn. V . Wallncc. W. K., keeping pubMcMican. J. II., 3 da. P. & T. 4.50 Mado exclusively from roots and herbs, and lic buildings 150.00 McEiteii. It. W., 1 da. P. & T. 1.50 has thousands of cures to its credit. S.25 White, Mrs. F. P.., nurse to nails 9 00 McDowell Lilbert. 4 da. P. . i Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women Travis, A. H., enro for bldgs., Mrs Thompson G.00 15.00 to write her for advice. Sho has 3.00 McDowell, L. D V da. P. 20.00 Woody, C. H., repairing brdg etc. guided thousands to health free of charge. ' Pinnacle Hill Address Mrs. Pinkliam, Lynn, Mass St T 22.00 part of jail G.00 II Travis, 91.75 22.00 1 Itilty, Chas T., services repairing bridge Cox Place. tiley, Uias. T., work on levee Toll Riley, Uias. '!'., 1 da. F. C. services Rilej, L. T., pay for work on road Willi grader Itamage. II. A., tin work at poor house Riley, Chas. T., money to pay for work on levee Tolti . . Rushing, L. S, nails and r him-uc- claim xravis, Jas L., judge election 'Terry, W. L., sheriff election I I .... : A uonsnpanon Cure Free ."."","' '' J 1 etc.. i 1 5 - .... 1 i 1 i;. -- . - ' W1 VjJ 1 fl o't' c' ..... 'i a , " I 1 J I . 1 1 N'-- '' M - M-- . ...... I M-- . I J CASTOR A Jf 1 1 1 J.. "SI 1 . 1 scr-3.0- I .", I 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 its 1 1 election-Skelton- 1 n wfite ,.!1 ..xL-.il i (bb&taforts Please Read These Two Letters. Off ... V .- - X- t V T... 1 -- S f i -' I To-da- y wll 1 1 - III"! 1 Yandell-Gugcnhci- i 1 ! , ' y -- RU1SW M v1 "U' v "jr " : ': v tturi . "J! 7 r $8.20LIITLE ROCK, ARK., AND RETURN FROM M A mON. GLKN DALE V Bfi The short line via tho I. C. OFFICIAL KOUTE OF ADAM JOHNSON CAMP 1008 UCV Tickets at tho above extremely ' low rates will be on sale May 13th ' 14th, and 15th, and are good re-Does This Mean Anything to You ? turning until May 23rd with pri vilege of cxtention until June 14 It expresses the maker's fsitk ii tke product. The above rato is not only open to veterans and their friends but Labwr is tke principle cost in paiitiif . Tie Material skrald be tke best to any others who desire to visit Little Hock, the city of Roses, in annoying, dangerous urinary disorders son, of Forest Grove, attended is enough to make any kidney suiTe rer YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. the Sunny South. church here the second Sunday grateful. To tell how this great i Little Rock long famous for its FwR MM V Joe Lindsey and John Craig- chnnge can be brought about will hospitality has made great prephead took a nice bunch of hogs prove comforting words to hundreds of aration to insure entertainment Marion readers to Evansville last week. G. B. Johnson, 418 Gum St., Marion, and comfort for its welcomed Howard Hurley was at Deer Ky., says: For five years I suffered guests which will make the reCreek last Sunday and attended iruut muney compiauu, uruuKiu on vy t . union one long to be remembered. hard work. Whenever I caught cold, . , church at that place. Through sleepers and chair cars tion went to pinacle rock Sunday a nice little farm. Messrs. Claude Springs and it settled on mv kidnevs and at such 'as weK. Hon Steele, formerly of this and reported a pleasant trip and minimi on May 15th. Engage accommo-dations'noAlso the miiiernl times my Harvey Clark, of Hebron, and The kidney suffering was aggravated secretions were irregular! place, but HOW of Harrisbllrg, H. L. Sullivan his :i nice line right underlying 40 Acres of Eugene Threlkeld, of Hurricane, in passage and I was often obliged to 111., spent Saturday and Sunday of goods-do- n't Low rate side trip tickets on go elsewhere to land being a portion of the old .attended Sunday School here arise during the night. There was a with his parents. be cheated. of Hughev Hughes sale from Little Rock, homestead last Sunday afternoon. We dull pain in the small of my back and Ches Truitt was in Blackford For futher particulars, and Preaching at Green's Chapel deceased and being t'at portion when I aro.e in the morning, I felt welcome the young people and every second Sunday. Come of same which - bound as follows pamphlets on Little Rock. Adwould be glad to see mere of the lame and stiff. I tired easily, w.is last week. nervous and also had dizzy spells Rev. Lane preached at Baker out and be benefited by hearing On thO North by the hinds r.f dress C. W. Schelke. T. P. A. parents out too. When Doan's Kidney Pills cam to my the third Saturday and Sunday, what Rev. Hazard has to say. Jessie Perry man on the East by Evansville, I ml. Silas Todd is a frequent visitor attention, I procured at Haynei & Quite a large crowd greeted him Mrs. J. N. was the the lands bv Alice B. Hughes Taylor's drug store and after I finished in this neighborhood. Sunday it being Easter. After lo uest of her daughter. Mrs. El- - ami others, and on the South by Ifvouhavo oru yu4 of any kind Those on the sick list at this the contents, I was cured. It gives ' the lands of tho great Northern use Sutherland' Engle Eye Salve. It me pleasure to state, that time has preaching they all visited the ma Dempsey, last week. writing, are P. C. Moore and proven the cure to be a permanent pinacle, where an Easter eggj Homer Mayes is a frequent. Mining and Milling Co. and on is nod for nothing but tho eye. It w 'Mrs. James Moore. one. You are at liberty to publish hunt was participated in. of W. palnl-s- rf the West by the heir visitor here. and hnrmlvna, und in Kj!tive-l- y Mrs. Albert Cline this stateircU for the benefit of other Mr. and Prayer meeting at Baker every ' Mi. and Mrs. Doc Truitt and B. Davidson. This 10 Acres lies . Sun- kidney sufferers." tho If you don't ny to we ispent Saturday night and Wednesday night: Sunday School daughter, Maggie, were pleasant100 tho West side of the said For sale by all dealers Price 50 will refund your money. Try It and day with their daughter, Mrs. n cents. Co., Buffalo, every Sunday evening at three1 visitors at the home of J. T. Hughey Hughes homestead. Only then tell your neighbor. Sold everyWright, near Hebron. James New York, sole agents for the United o'clock. We urge every one to, Dempsey Sunday. tho mineral and mineral rights where. 25c u tulw. Miss Mildred Moore, Siloam, States. j underl ing this 10 Acres tgc f come and be with us. j j, Truitt and son, Chester, was the guest of her grandfathRemember the name Doan's and The F. E & C. U. of A., meets 'were in Blackford Sunday. w't" tMe eight of ingrees and A20-2take no other. er, R. . Moore, last week. every Monday night. Brethern, Mabel, Ina and egress to and over said tu Acres Misses Clara. To the Sunday Schools Sme ne in this neighborhood we urge upon each and every Nolle Nunn Verna Davis and'01 saul mmJ ftS wc" a3 u,e rk'"t .says, "its sad and lonely" at As the Sunday Schools of this KKKDONIA member to come and also invite Lora Dempsej; Messrs. Chester to mine fluorspar, lead, zinc and ;Sunday School, since Chester county are a "little behind this all visiting members. (Delayed from last week.) Truitt, and Elma Gahagan, Mr. any and a'l other minerals un"Woodall has gone to Washingyear, and as this month and next W. II. King and family, of an(i Mrs. Marion Brantley were derlying same will be sold. Miss Fannie Woods, of Marion, ton. For the purchase price the pur- is the best time for collecting was the guest of Airs. Molhe Caseyville, spent Kaster with ' KUests of Mr. and Mrs. Will chaser' with approved security statistics, all schools that are his father, D. II. King. Hughes Sunday, April lGth. Dulaney. A Mad Horse urged to begin Kicked 3y Mrs. Sallie McKinley and chil- -' Uarvc Fox drove a bunch 6f or secuities, must execute Bond, not organized are James Henry and wife and bearing legal interest frum the at once, so that they may be visSamuel Birch, of Beetown, Wis., Cary Henry, of Marion, spent dren spent Saturday night with njce hogs to E. L. Nunn's last day of sale until paid, and having ited right soon. Mrs. Lissie Phillips. 'had a most narrow escape from losing Sunday with relatives here. week. Let tho Su)crintendant oXihe lWs leg, as no doctor could heal the Thomas and Herman McKin Herbert Little is working for the force and efi"ect of JudgeThe school will close here developed, but at frightful sore that ment. Bidders will be prepared many differant schools urge chat ley and Johnnie Phillips attend Ii. L. Nunn. last Bucklen'3 Arnica Salve cured it Friday, and there will be an ened prayermectipg at Baker Wed Albert Clark, Roy Nunn, Kir- - to comply promptly with these each student prepare to give a complct ly. Its the greatest healer of tertainment at Rice's hall Friday J. G. ROCHESTER. 3mall contribution to tho Kennesday night. by Brightman, Herbirt Phillips, terms. ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, night by the pupils. Commissioner. tucky S. S. Association and do P. H. O'Neal is the guest of iR'iv ...... , Tom Urnntlov., of A:i- bruises and cuts, corns, ...... nnd Mrs. Josie Padon and children, this at tho time your School is pilos on earth. Try it. 25c at Haynes plegate anJ Rosebud, were at of Hampton, are the guests of his daughter, Clara Conger. fe Taylor's and Jas. H. Orme's. being visited. Your writer had the pleasure, Rikor Sunduv. for All Skin Discuses her father, A. Boaz. Let every District Secretary go of spending several days inj Miss Verna Davis spent Dr. Crawford and wife, of Dr. BrU'H AntincpUc Salvo W the or send a visitor to every School last week. UNION GltOVK urday night with Misses Nelle host It in a creamy snow while Marion, spent Sunday with N. and urge the cause of theS.S. Right here I think would be aanii Mabel Nunn. M. Wilkey and wife. plouinnt to m and ovury box in delayed from last week. Jessie Newcom attended ser- - guaranteed. Price SSc. At all dolorj"! and ask for a contribution, after W. F. Oliver shipped a car nice place to drop a thought to Mr. Andrews and wife, of which he should get as many too, the public, as others saw him. vices at Baker Sunday. load hogs from here Saturday. as possible to pledge themselves Starr, were the guests of D. 13. Manv good wishes for the "Old Homestead" fertilizer is A fine looking deacon was enCDliMISSiONEirS SALE. "Wiggington and family Saturday to pay a small amount at a given deavoring to impress upon the Record-Presthe best for corn and tobacco. .and Sunday. time, say by the thirtieth of May boys young minds of a class of Sold by S. C. Bennett & Son. D B. Wiggington and wife this paper should be left with the Mr. Coleman, of Crider Roller importance of living a Christian We guaianteo Sutherland's haglc CRITTENDEN CIRCUIT gave an Easter dinner at noon Supt of the District in which the Mills, was here Monday Ben- life. "Why do peeple call me a Eye Salvo to cure common sore eyes COURT. KENTUCKY. School is located. Sunday to a large number of boys? He said smil- in il to 30 hours. This neoms Mtrange, nett & Son handles the flour and Christian," Pout Hukon Engine All district secretaries bear in their children and their grandmeal made by this mill. It is ing down upon them. There but it is backed by our guarantee. & TilKESHEK Co.. Pllf children, and the best thing of mind that their duty is to see was a moment's pause, then a You run no risk and it only costa 25c. against Equity. guaranteed to please. where would be the most convenit all was there were four genvoice was heard to say, "BeA. R. Hughes. A. L. erations at the table at one time. ient place to hold their district Nunn, Jas. Wkitten- cause they don't know you." DftS. Crittenden Circuit Court IIEKKY. was a pleasant affair; fine Conventions nt which all It Brethern be careful when in UPSET STOMACH By virtue of a Judgment and should be turned in to the dSf feast and a beautiful day. touch with little ones and don't Order of Sale of the Crittenden Sec y so we can prepare for the Is it not strange that some try to decieve them. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Drive Stomach Tablets Circuit Court, rendered at the Co. Convention, if we can, let us people forget to keep the SabJohn Walker was in Marion Away stomacb Distress March Term thereof, 1911, in tho hold all district conventions by holy?. bath day last week. above cause for the sum of June thirtieth. In Five Minutes. Please come to Sunday School Mrs. Vina Phelps spent severBy virtue of various judgement $150.00 with interest at the rate :and help us to help some one. If any of thedistrictsecretaries al days in Clay and Providence and orders, of sale of the Crit- of G per cent, per annum from need any blanks, cards, or reportWe all need to know the way Belching of gas; heaviness sour taste with her sons and daughters tenden Circuit Courtn rendered at the 25 day of Feb. 1907, until ers, I shall t'ike great pleasure in from this to a better world, and in mouth, dizziness, biliousness and recently. nausea occurs simply because the stomI know of no better way to learn Mrs. Jane Nelson is somewhat the March term of Court 1911, I paid, subject to following cred- sending them to them. shall proceed to offer for sale at its. $40.00 paid Dec. 20th, 1909. way than the study of the ach is not properly digesting the food. improved at this writing. Why not let Crittenden County the stomach tablets give instant place to relief to upset stomachs, but they bible and no better Hillyard attended church the Court House dqor in Marion and $25.00 paid Mar. 24th, 1910, come to the front this year and Fred do study it than in the Sunday more; they put strength into the stom- at Baker Sunday. Fred has to the highest bidder at public and $33.50 costs herein, I shall to do that We must put some time .School. So get up early and get ach and build it up so that it can easily taught school at this place, then auctiou on Monday the 8th day proceed to offer for sale to the and labor into the convention for ready to come and bring the digest a hearty meal from here to the army and we of May 1911, at one o'clock p. m highest bidder, at PUBLIC this is the place we makeour finSick headache, nervousness, sleepbeing County AUCTION, on Friday, the 28th al reports. Lot us ever abound or thereabout children. lessness and bad dreams all caused school children welcome him in Court day upon a credit f six (lay of April 1911, at 10 o'clock the Lord and his work. Walter Wiggington gave his by fermentation of food. are our midst. wife a treat to a nice poultry Stop the fermentation; renovate the A. E. Dean, Co. Pros. Dr. Franklin passed through months the following discribed A. M., or thereabout, upon a ; credit three months property to wit: the follow V. L. Stone, Co. Sec. fence around the garden; a nice scomach and make it clean and sweet here last week. About fifteen acres of land ly- ing described property, to wit: .arbor for the grape vines and and half tho ills of the human family M. A. Wilson and family spent une rorc uuron jno. z saw nice coons for her young chick would promptly disappear. Sunday the guests of Mr. Metz ing within one mile of Marion on ii you nave stomacm trouble ot any complete adjoin- mill the Shady Grove road and Hair Beautifier. ens. All take notice and govern kind don't overlook the fact that with all at Mattoon. ing W. N. Rochester all in culti- the fixtures and appendages yourselves accordingly. is a doctor's prescription, and E. L. Nunn shipped a nice vation and under a good fence with or belonging to the same. Watch the 28th, don't get that it's as good a prescription aa any bunch of hogs this week. Refined women The World Over'usc it doctor will write for years to come. scared it is just going to be an Will Hughes wants to buy a and known as the Mrs. Judy Also 48 solid tooth saw. Haynes & Taylor sell Sale to be made near Mattoon, Wheeler property. This is a very eclipse of the sun. stomach tablets and so do leading span of mules. where mill is now setting on Miss Alice lialmer, 133 S. 3rd St., desirable lot. We have had plenty of rain-get- ting druggists everywhere. They are rigUncle Joe Hughes has a nice Also 117 Acres of land off of bank near the old Lamb mill site Heading, Pa., knows that there is about right for fishing. idly guaranteed to cure any case of bunch of sheep for sale. nothing Woody homestead well or sufficient thereof to produce trouble so good for hair and scalp I would be glad we could get stomach disease, or money back. na Parisian Sage. On June 8 Hurrah for Rodney, and the the Aleck stomach and sufficient amount of timber the sums of money so ordered to 1910, aho wroto: "I am using Parisian twice a week. A large box of the Record-Pres- s tablets costs but GO cents. They act rural route we are to have in to keep up same up. This is an be made. For the purchase Sago two r three timea a week and it What say you Bro. Jenkins? so quickly that after dinner distress, this section, it starts June first. price the purchaser, with ap- is certainly fine. It keep3 my scalp excellent farm and in fine state " heaviness and belching disappear in Owing to so much rain of late, of cultivation, proved security or securities, nice and clean and it cured mjdan-druir- . five minutes. Give a trial the farmers are getting behind I SntiKIDAN Also 50 Acres of land known must execute Bond, bearing le- makes tho have no ddulT n.ivi. It on money back plan. Free trial treat hair lustrous and MufFAr and (Delayed from last week.) will bo sent to any with their work. ment of as the Ryan land in three separ- gal interest from the day of sale keeps it from falling out." on request. Lacy Truitt is very sick at this ate boundries being same land until paid, and having the force Sunday School every Sunday reader of the Record-Pres- s We urgo every woman who Iovoh Addres3 Booth's Buffalo, writing. conveyed to the heirs of John and effect of a Judgement. Bid- radiant and fascinatiag hair to HayncH evening at Deer Creek. A27 Mil. N. Y. Arthur King's face was be- Ryan by T. P. Clark on the 15th ders will be prepared to comply & Taylor's today and get a largo CO Hen McElMurry spent Easter ccit bottlo of Parisian Sage. They decked with smiles Sunday day of November 1899 lying near promptly with these terms. with his aunt at Sheridan. gunrantpr it to cure dandruff, fulling 1101)AE. cause unknown. J. G. ROCHESTER. the old Columbia mines. This Mrs. Kate White is the guest hair and itching scalp, or money back. Quite a number from this sec- - tract is well improved and makes Commissioner. E. L. Nunn was in Weston of relatives here this week. A13-2s. (continued from last woek. ) Rer. G. Y. Wilson was called to conduct a burial service last second Sunday afternoon, so could not fill his appointment at this place, but expects to be here the second Sunday in May. Sunday School here every Sabbath .at 3 p. m. Everybody come and COMFORTING WORDS bring some one with you. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hurley Many n Marlon Household It ill Mini were guests of J. J. Franks, Thim So. near Salem last week. A boy arrived at the home of To hive the pains and ache? of a bn'l Will Stallions last week. back removed; to be entirely free from Mrs. Dunk Hodge and little ii"i Clarence Wilson and wergjn Sheridan Saturday. Three cheers for the Sheridan items last week. Mrs. Ebb Sullenger is going into business. Best wishes for the Record-Pres- Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-We- ar Via Illinois Central and flock U C V Re-Unio- Island Lines Account n. Paint" Formula ox Every Package I " Olive & Walker. i i , w. i- T-u- Itr i bi-8t- Foster-Milbur- i ; I 7 ;r ; i cold-sor- o, i- Sut-Blackfo- rd ini-mu- nt s. Mi-o-- na MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A . MI-O-N- A m m MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A Mi-o-n- a, T. .s . '.' . . v .' ;!'. a fc -- c t r,l' - ' V -.- - v v- - c" yJ . f. . Finanjjifl Statement Continued From Page 8. M A., M arks, i7 A , M arks oo)'0 IU03 2 1 bridge da da. F. C. ser 3 00 Jorc. vices Moore, Will, 2 da. P. & T. J. H.. 2 tin. P. & T. Manlcy .Albert, 1 da. P. & T. .la. P. & T. . Marvel. John. Marion Hank, money to pay mcd. for Kinney's eyes.. Mctz, Henry, 2 da. P. & T. . Marvel. John. 1 da P. & T.. Manlcy, E O., V, da. P. & T. Mauley, W. T . da. P. & T. 4 da. P. & T. Ncal, Orville. Ncwhcll. F.d. 2 da. V. & T. Nation, W H., 5 da. P. & T, Newcoin. Vch., 3 da. P. & T. 1 1 1 3.00 3.00 1 no l.no 5.00 Nrsbit, Hob, 4 da. P. & Ntimi, G. D., 3 da P. & T-- . Nuiui, Marshall, 1 da. P. & T. Ncwcom, II. S., 4tt da. P. & ! t T. . Niinn, K. 1. clerk election.. Newcoin, W. A.. judge clcc. Ncwcni. C R.. I ila. P. & T. da election Nunn, C. S., com . . Nolin, Peter, ' Nunn, C. S, Admr. R. L.. Klanary. itiqucKt services.. Nunn, I:. W, extracting teeth Mrs. Duffy Ncwcom, C. R., 1 da P. & rt O'Neal! !'., land for road' Ordwav, Jas 3 da P & T. Oliver. V. I.. 7 da. P. ft T. O'Neal. T P.. C da. P. & T. Oliver, V. !"., judge election Orr, Albert, work on .road tools Ordway Rr Guess, livery hire Olive & Walker, lidw. and cement Prifc, Flood, for aid and support gd. sou Pierce, J. P., rent for armory PoMlcwcight, J. R., wk. Memphis Min. rd Phillips. L II., pa for work on road Phillips, I.. 11., rd and hridc coin PoMlcwcight. R.. road J. com Puis. II. C, 1 da. with gdr PostlcwciKht, J. R.. P. C. ser- t vices iniiiiips, l. n F. C. services PoMleweight, J K.. 4 da. P. . '. Paris. Paul. 12 da. I & T Paris. II C. 2 da. P ft T.. Phillips. S II.. 3V4 da P. . XT PirUns. J. A.. Philips. L. 11. Phillip. Orvillr. . AT da. P. ft T. ila. P. ft T. da. P. INmcllW "ll. Powell Urn.. 3 Par-s- . W S & T ltt 4 1 3 da P. ft T da. P. ft T. I '.4 da W. da. P ft T. Prowell. Jas.. Pacr. Mm. 1 da. I ft T-- . Phillips Qdiis. 3 4 da P. ft T. Parish. Wimrl. 0 fa. P. ft T. Phillip prvillr. 2 da. P. ft T. . S. 3 da P. ft T..' Pans. Pern. G W.. 4 da. P. ft T-- . Paris Hosci A., lumber T da. P. ft T.. TVk Sam. 3 da P. ft T Pans. J O. 2 dn. P. ft Pier r J P. rent for armory Phillips S. II . lumber . money to pay Pirry. G J N Uostou for lumber for J. R. judge election Powell W K.. clerk election da. T. I'ostleweight. J Rn C crvicc lostlvcight. ... Pans II C. 1 T... pr'r house I P.-rtr- P'silc wright, J. 'ridge com Phillips. J. work on bridge R.. 1 da. F. 0 Pchtlcw right. J. R. 1 da. T. I service Phillips, L. 11.. 1 , da. F. C crvicc Pari.. Halts, Wt da P. ft T. Pickens. J A. C. tax books I'll W ns. J A. C, ser. road or larv etc Pi Ik ,nm I. II. da. road iclps Pierci. Mary F , Pu kens, J A C, waiting on aid-supp- m F M . rt Por-te- f Powell W. K., hauling lumber, rock Piikens, Joel A. C, waiting on court, etc Pickens. Joel A. C, posting notices of mailed elections Dycrsburg and Ton Phillips Frank. I da. P. ft T. Pans, II C. work setting road grader Pickens, Joel A. C, convey, pris from Sturgis to Marion Poguc. M F.. nails for road. Rochester. J. G., dfdg. 2 lun. .' cases Ryan lesse. 2 da. P. ft T. Reed, C M . 2 M; da P. ft T. Robinson Ira. 1 da. P. ftT.. Robinson P.. 3 da. P. Rorcr, John, lumber for road. Ralcy, Sam. 4 da. P. ft T.. Riley. Art. I da. P. ft T... Ryan, John. 2 da P. ft T-- . Jeff, 2 da. P. ft T : Robertson. Hill. 3 da. P. ft T. lourt ftT.. U-ti- Rutherford, G. D, G4 da. P ft T , sills and spikes Rushi'ijr. L. S., dyn. caps, etc eyiiolds, Henry, da. P. ft ogers, J ohinsnu. ankm, P bmson, Iston. T i L , work on road J !'., lumber I.., judge election. .... F.dwin, R, clerk election nails for hndgc . . J ilJiton, Chas., J C. lumber 1 nails-sharpcn- . da. on road ind nails Iston, F.I pg clai n in. lolm, tvork on bridge. . lage, it. N a poor Mouse 11. J. ... I, iinnirc. iMiubltc a , rcnairmg lines buildings .... tilcy.. tlias. I)., l da. K. C. services Kilcy, Chas. T., repairing bridge Cox Place 98 iter oner's etc.'..... .'... 3.00 Riley, Chas. T., lumber and 1.50 Thomas, Ino., 2 da. P. & T.. paying for work on road .75 R. II . 2 dn. P. ft T. 17. ,lr Thomas, and two bridges 1 50 Riley, Chas. T., 12 da. road 2.25 Tucker, W. O., mattresses for and 3G.0O 3.00 Riley, bridge com poor house Chas. T., 1 da. F. C. Travis, A. II., part on jail 7.50 services 3.00 4.50 Riley. claim Chas. T, 18 da. super. C.00 Travis. A. II.. carrying for road grader 3 G.OO 4 50 public buildings Sullciigcr, J." 12., 7 da. bridge 1.50 Tucker. W. O., bed, etc., poor com . 21.00 house C75 Sutton, M. V., repairing road Tucker Furniture Co., coffin KrAdcr 5.00 1. P. Wilcox 2 00 ; Sullcnger, P. W., 30 hrs. work Travis, A. H.,jail claim 4.50 on 300 Tbrrlkeld.. O. G.. lumber .,. 1.50 Sugg. road r. tt W. T., work on road 11111115 "."OTi.uK.i- - Mr l.ntttc. Stone, Iluil, work on levee.. 2.00 for poor house 12.00 Suggs, Win. T., aid and supTucker, W. O Furniture Co., 10.00 port Jno. Mullinax Ifc.OQ .t- Tins.t Hraswcll. Sunderland, W. T., 4 da. P. mattresses for poor house. fi.00 G.OO Travis, A. H., ai. on jau Stallion, Geo., 1 da P. ft 1.50 claim 4.00 Shadowcn, J. H C da. P. Travis. W. H., aid and sup9.00 port 1.50 Stembridge, Ike, da. P. Tmvis. A. II.. care public 15.00 2.25 imildiiiiis 4.50 Slayton. G. P., C 5)00 .Taylor ft Caiman, mcr. for da. P." ft T. 10 50 Sullcnger, V. II.. V, .la. P. paupers 9.00 2.25 Thomason. Oscar, hauling rk ft T 4 00 da. P. Sullcnger, J. A., 1 Travis. E. , 1st qur. sal. 2.25 & T school suot 1.00 Tucker, W. O., chairs for ofxh da P. 13.50 Sullcnger. Henry. 2.25 fices & T Taylor ft Caiman, linoleum Emanuel. 3 .1. P. 22.50 c;iivrtis. 4.50 R. I. F. office ft T ; 1.50 Tinsley, Lottie, sup. for poor 15.00 Stone, lid, bridge timbers G.OO i house 30.00 Cinnmll I'll. 4 da. P. ft T. 1 50 Terry, W. T.. 1 da. F. C. ser- I da. P. & T. . Stour. T J.. vice f.1.70 Shewmakcr, Albert, 2 da. I 3.0 Travis. Dr. W. T.. services ft T 7.50 health officer T. 50.00 Smith. W. E.. 5 da. P. GOO Tiu.n.iiffli A r. lumber... T. 4 da. P. Suilixau, Gid., 1.50 Travis. A. II.. lumber for road T. 1 da P. 15 00 Swan.sey, J. N Towcry, O. !.. lumlicr tor da. P. Sunderlatul. Charley, 3 00 hridgc 2 00 ft T Thrclkeld, O. G., lumber . 12.00 Sullcnger, P. W., 8 da. P. 12.00 Terry. W. T . 1 da. F. C. cr- ft T vices 3 da. P. 3 00 Strphenson. Oscar. 4.50 Terry. W. T . 1 da. F. C. ser- ' 3.00 j ft T GOO vices Samuels. J. . 4 da. P. ft T. Thrclkeld. O. G., lumber . Oscar. 3 da. P. 6.00 Stephenson. hauling 4 50 Thomason, A. G 18.00 ft T tiricW. etc.. for poor house3.00 Samuels. J. Witt. 2 '.4 da. P. 3.75,71,0111011. I. W.. lumber for ft T 4.uo i road s da. P. ft T. 5.25 Sullivan, John. 1.60 Travis. K. Jcffry, 2nd qr. sal. .75 Stanley. John. 1 da. P. ft T chool supt 9.00 Sullpiiacr. Geo.. 1 V4 day. P. 2 25 Tucker. W. O . coffin and robe ft T 3.00 for Jim Long 2.25 Smith. Tom. 2 da P. ft T3.00 Terry, W T.. aid and support 1.50 S.mpkins. Geo.. 2 da. P. ft T. 1.50 Peter Nolin 5.25 t Snnders. Osis. 1 da P. ft T- 3.00 i Thomas V W.. lutn. wk on rd fummers. 15. K. 2, In. P. ftr- 1 0 50 Terry, W. T.. 1 da. F. C. -. da P. ft C.75 Smith. John. vires W. C. 2 da. P. ft T. 1.60 ;m.,lrv. G.OO .Travis. C. F, lumber on road 1.50 Soencer. Rob. 4 da. r ft TTravis, ll. JefTry. 3rd qr. sal- da. P. 5.25 Simpson, J no. R, 4.60 ary ft T f.00 1 da. P. ft da. 3.e Shcely. Chas..T. II . P. da. T.. G.OO Underwood. P. 11.. 2 P 4 50 Stephenson, 3 00 Tom coo ftT R. II da. P ftT. 3.00 Ulley, road ft Leslie, lumber on 5.C4 Simpson, 1.50 Utley, David, 3 da. P- da. P. ft T. Stevens, Drew, 3.00 Utley, Leslie, lumber da. P ftT. Silencer. W. J. 2.00 1.50 Undcrdown. R. P.. 1 xh da. P. 2.00 Sullcnger. G. W . 1 da. P ftT ft T P. ft T. 24.00 Stewart. J. T., IS da. 1 da. P. 3.00 Vaughn. Luther. Smith. C. U 2 da P. ft T.. 3.00 G.OO ftT jno., da. P. ft T. II. L, 4 tin P. ft T. 1.50 Sullivan. G 00 Vaughn, I 50 .Siglcr. J. R.. 4 da. P ft T.. 2.00 Vaughn, Dave. 2 da. P. ft T. 3 00 Stephen. P. C . judge election 2.00 Vonhooscr. Chas., i 4 da. P. 20.17 Settles. J. I., judge election I125 ftT C li., shcrifT election 1.30 Stallion, . 2.00 Vick. John. Vi da. P. ft T.. Sorrels. J. R., judge . 2.00 Vick. Lcr, work on concrete J. C. clerk abiittmcnt Walter, V4 da. P. 150.00 5 Vick. Lcr. in full for concrete 5.00 1 50 nhuttment Small. A.'mV 1 ila. P. ft T.. work on road 15.00 Walker. Chas.. for holding 10.00 Stewart. John, inquest . '. Stone, J., lumber and nails 12.50 Woodsidc. Odic, 2 da. P. ft T. for road IMC Weldon, C. F... assisting Co. Sullcnger, 11. L., work on Supt. Ex 1.00 bridge 3.00 Woodson, S. F., painting bdg Summers, Henry, lumber and 4.50 Williams. II. L.. work on rd. repairs on grader 3.00 E., Fin. St. lien, Weldon, Summerville, J. R.. supplies 2.25 ' notes, etc 5.10 Frank Morgan 35.75 Weldon, C. E., fiscal court Steamaker ft Croft, making services 1.00 coffin 130.10 Wing, Hud. 2 da. P. ft Sullcnger. J. F... 3 da. bridge 12.00 Wallace. W. II, 7 M da. P. com 15.00 ftT Sullcnger, S. S., sup. for Tom 30.00 da. P. 5.00 Watson. Alonzo, 4 Hurton . tV C.16 Stephenson. I. R., lumber 1.00 Wright. A., 1 W da. P. ft T. Sugg. W. T.. aid and support 30.00 Wcsmoreland, Ransc, 3 da. John Mullinax 1S.25 P. ft 1... Stephens. J R , teams and 4 & da. P. G.OO Walker. Chas., scrapers 07,15 ftT C. t.00 M. V.. repairs on gdr. Sutton, 1 da. P. ft T. Wright. Summerville. G. D., 2 da. P. Walker, J. R.. 3 da. P. ft T. 3.00 4.75 A.M..' Vz da. P. ft T. .75 Woolf, A. T.. M da. P. ft T. 1.50 .Small. Watson. A. W., 2 da. P. ft T. pris Sullivan. W. W., con. and shapcuing picks 4.95 from WheatGroft to Marion 3 50 1 Wright. ila. Travis, F. I., work on road.. 50.00 Walker, T. L.. 2Kda. P.P. ftft T. Mack, T. A. II., bal. on claim Travis, 21.50 White. Ed.. 2 da. P. ft T... as jailor 19.10 G.75 Walker, Chas.. 1 V4 da. P. ft 4 1.00 Terry, l.estcr, 0 4 da. P. ft T. I Ia. P ft T.. S., Travis. W. P.' E..' V d'a. P.' ft T. 14.55 Wilson. sills and nails 5.00 Woodsides, KJrg, 2 ,1a. P. ft 4.50 3 T. 3.00 Thomas, J. A., 2 V4 da. P. ft 'Y 3.75 Williams,' da. P. ftT. 3.75 Towcry.J. R.. 1 da P ft T. T. E.,' Gda.'p.' ft T. 1.50 G.OO 1.50 Twiner. Spivy, 1 Williams, F. L., 4 da. P. ft T. T 1.50 da. ft P . . 4 da. P. & T. G.OO Yandcll. Dave, judge election 4.60 Tabor. Frank. 1 da T. ftT-- . 1.50 WofTord. T. N.. P Curtis. 4.45 Tier. 3.00 Yandcll, T. A., 1 da. F. C. 3 00 Wilson. Hen. 2 da. P. ft T.. 2 da. P. 4 da. P. ft T. 0.00 Thomas J. S.. 4 da. P.ftft T. 6.00 services G.OO Walker. Albert, Fulie. (100 Yandcll, T. A., 11V4 da. road COO Walker, J. T., 5 da. P. ft T., Travis, George, 4 da, P. ft T. 3.00 lumber, nails 10.25 com da P. ft 3 00 Travis, Wilson. 5K Williams, W. R., 3 Yandcll, T. A.. 1 da. F. C. ser- da. P. 8.25 T & T 1.50 3.75 vice 3.00 Traylor, Hodge. 2 da. P. ftT. 1 da. P. ft T. 1.50 Woodall, J. P., 8 da. P. ft T, 12.00 Yandcll, T. A., 1 da. F. C. 4 12.00 Travis, lrvin. service ti.oo O. G.. 7 da. P. ft T. 10.50 Walker, Joel, 3 da. P. ft T.. 1.02 Thrclkeld. da. P. ft. T. 4.50 White. L. F.. Co., sup. Thomason, O. II., .4 Vi da. P. 1 Vi da. P. ft T. fur. paupers, etc 2.25 G.75 Watson, Lent. Yandcll, T. A., bridge com.. .75 Towcry, ' Eddie, ' 3 'da.' P. ft Wilson. R E.. 9 dn. 11. of supervisors 20.00 13.50 Yandcll, T. A., 1 da. F. C. ser5.25 i 7.75 vice 3 da. P. ft T. Taylor, r.25 Wallace, W. II., 'service as 126.45 Yandcll, T. A., pay jailor 2.00 Traylor. Dick. 2 da. P. ft T. for work 3 00 Will. 2.00 on road with grader 1.60 Wallace, W. II., caring for Taylor, W. L., 3 da. P. ft T. public property 75.00 Yandcll, T. A., 1 da. F. C. ser1.50 T. Taylor. Frnest, 1 da. P. 1 da. F. C. services .25 Turley. W. K., 2 ,1a. P. ft T, 3.00 Woody, C. H., ft 3,3 G Thompson, vices 3.00 Young, J H., aid and support J. M., 1 Ms da. P. Hilly and sister. T ....". 2.25 Wheeler, II. S.. .1 da. F. C. 3.00 Young. J Harnett and support 1.75 services B., aid 2.25 Travs. K. J ,' 1 te dn. P. ft T. Billy Harnett and sister.. Tucker. John. 8 da. P. ft T. 12.00 Walker, C. C, land for road1 way JO. 09 Yandell. T A., road com , etc. 3 75 Trtiitt. J. N'., 2i.4 da. P. ft T. Yandcll. T A., 1 da. F. C. ser7 50 "no'icc. w. ii., Keeping pris Todd. W. 15.. dn. P. ft T. , oners, etc vices ua.su 2 Vj dn. P. ft T. 3.75 Travis. Lone. Wallace. W. K., keeping pub9.30 Tmvis, L. McMican. J. II.. 3 dn. P. & T. 5 dn. P lic buildings 150.00 McEueii. R. W., 1 da. P. ft T. S.25 White. Mrs. F. 15., nurse to nails 9.00 McDowell. Lilbert, 4 da. P. , Mrs Thompson Travis, A. II., care 15.00 ftT McDowell, L. D., 4(da. P. 3.00 20.00 Woody, C. H., repairing brdg etc Pinnacle Hill 22.00 ft T Travis, A. H., .part of jail 91.75 C has. T., services repairing bridge Cox Place Riley, t has. T work on levee Tolu Riley, Chas. T., 1 da. F. C. services Kiley, L. '1'., pay for work on road with grader Ramagc, ll. A., tin work at poor house Riley, Chas. T., money to pay for work on levee Tolu .. Rushing, L. S , nails and luni- - Riley. "00 ...! -. 77 ' I claim Travis. las L.. iudtre election Tcrrv, W. L., shcrifT election J. N judge election. Travis, I). J., shcrifT election. ,uuj Thomas. I. A., lumber, fix. I Aimer, lumber for road Todd W IS., lumber, bldg. . . .. bridge i.i no Travis, F. I., work on road. 'I...! A It fnriinr for firiS- - bridge. ..'"'," ... ...... j ... . rn . 1 li 1 J-- . M-- - - , 1 I 1 1 I .... ser-3.0- - ftT...... ...... ..... &-- ..... 1 election-Skclton- election-Simpson- ...... :. T... ... 1 I5-- , McConitell, J. W., 2 da. P. 30.00 Wheeler, H. S., 1 da. F. C. & T 3.00 3.00 2.00 services McDonald, Bird, 2 da. P. & 4.00 Woody, C. B., 1 da. F. C. ser3.00 T 3.00 4.50 i vices McEucn. A. W 3 da. P. & T. 4.50 Wheeler, II. S.. pay for work 200.00 lumber 6.18 on road with grader McDonald, Josh, 4 da. P. 2.50 Wheeler, II. S., 1 da. F. C. With the first signs of constipa3.00 6.75 tion you resort to the home methods-oft T.v services McConncll, Dr. Jeff, 2 da. P. 12.00 j Woody. C. B , da. F. C. ser- relief, such as hot or cold water on & i 3,00 arising, lots of stewed fruit with your 3.00 vices McChesncy, JcfT, 5 da. P. & 14.50 Wright, Alfred, L. E. Vick on 'breakfast, etc., but what do you do 20.15 ! i ,oU when these fail? 50.00 concrete bridge The majority then atari on salts and McConncll, Jeff, 2 da. P. ft T. 3.00 Weldon-Hin- a Grocery Co., waters, then change to cathar-ti- c 12.30 McKcc, Jno., 4 da. P. 6.00 purgative etc. groceries for poor, pills, If you havo Rono through McConncll, C. H., 5 da. P. 3.08 Walker, Miss N'cllic, prep. these various stages you know they were so 1.00 3 00 permanent results cases- ,50 ail useless,you far astry notices small-po- x ftT just once agi biouiu McCormick, Chas., 2 da. P. "w Wallace, W. H., waiting on but try something practical and sensl 88.90 3.00 a remedy mado and Intended for the n ft T court, etc poso you aro trying to accomplish. Such McConncll, J. M., 2 7.50 Woody, C. R., 1 da. bridge da. P. fit ! 3.00 o,75 s iciucuy, as inouana3 can teatiry. Is .' com Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which McConncll, Press, 2 50.00 Whcclcr, II. S.. 1 da. F. C. guaranteed to be permanent In Its re-Is da. P. 3,75 sults. Its Ingredients nro such that by a 3.00 ft T services or It the McKee, II. W judge election 20 00 Woody, C. H., 1 da. F. C. ser- 2.00 (brief use are trained ctomach and bowel muscles to again 3.00 McConnell ft Walker, lumber 3.22 .work normally, so that In the do their vices end you lean do away with medicines of all kinds. McDowell, J. M., 2 da. P. & T. 6.00 Waggoner, Henry, 1 da. P. 3.00 That It will do this Mr. a. T. Dodson of 1.50 McClurc, F. M., 2 da. P. ft T. 3.00 Banvlllo. Va.. will gladly attest, and so o,T, 8 20 will Mrs. S. A. Hampton of Portage, O. 20 00 Wheeler, H. "s., 6' da. super. McCasney, W. J., lumber. . 20,00 McChesncy, W. J., lumber. 30.00 6.40 To those who are still skeptical there road grader prove these assertions 7.71 Whcclcr, II. S, GV4 da. super. McConnell & Walker, lumber 15.27 Is a away to of expense: Simply send without penny your 13.05 McNcalyft Chandler, blastnamo and address to Dr. Caldwell and ob- grader road tain a free sample bottle. After using It, ing powder 2.75 Watson, C. N., lumber on lif you are then convinced It Is the rem1.90 Hard, A. S., work on road road edy you need, buy a fifty cent or with grader W. H. 22 da. guar. 24.00 bottle of your druggist and conWallace. 31.00 22.00 Deboc, M. R.. lumber 32.37 tinue to use It for a brief time until prisoners Jcurcd. The directions are simple and Henderson, G, 3d qr. salary da. P. Watson, Miles 1 Is small. It Is pleasant tc the taste, 2.G3 19.90 court judge 130.15 does not gripe and Is promptly effective, Of Peek, E. B., lumber 19.44 and these statements aro guaranteed or da. P. Weldon, W. N, money will be refunded. 1.25 Bebout, A. J., 2 picks for rd. 20.00 j 1.50 i This remedy Is over a quarter of a Wooldridge,' Win'.,' 2da.' K ft East, J. II., lumber old and Is personally taken 4.32 by more druggists than any other similar 'r 3.00 Frazer, T. A., sal. health of20.00 ' remedy on the American market. Because da'. P. Woodall',' Cavit', 1 ficer 25.00 Its effectiveness, purity and pleasant 2 50 3 15 It is the Ideal laxntlve remedy for & T.. nails i'of women and old folks generally. 7.50 Wilson, M. A., 4 da. P. ft T., Total amount of claims alDr. Caldwell personally will be pleased 7.25 lumber ,to give you any medical advice you may lowed from Octl 5, 1909, 132 00 Walker. T. E.. 3 da. P. ft T. desire for yeurself or family pertaining; to 4.50 to Oct. 4, 1910, this sum$17,706.65 the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely Woodsidc, Odic, 2 da. P. & rree oi cnarge. isxpiain your case in a 13.85 3.00 To which add claims letter and he will reply to you In detail. Whc'cicr, R is",' 2 da. 'p. ft T. For the free sample simply send your 3.90 of county levy, name and address on a postal card or 14.00 Watson, Chas., 4 da. P. & T. For either request 1909, and prior levies. 213.15 otherwise. Dr. W. B. Caldwell, the doctor's 6.30 sharpening picks K.600 Caldaddress Is well bulldlar. Montlcello, HL 10.50 Woody, C. II., 3 da. P. ft 5.25 Total amount of claims al! 3.00 Woodson, S. F . da. P. ft T. 160 lowed payable out of 3.00 West Dave, 2 da. P. ft T. . levy 1910, and prior 20.80 West, J. V.. 34 da. P. ft T. 5.25 WANTED CORN levies 3.G5 Whcclcr. R. E. 2 da P. ft T. $17,919.80 3.00 14.G0 Wood, Jno. I... G la. P. & T. 9.00 Claims, to the amount of Woodward, Orda, 1 da. P. Until further notice we wMl $860.73, payable out of 35.71 1.50 Ci county levy, 1910, and give 50cts. for white corn shutk-e- d 8G4 Wring. F. M . G da. P. ft T. prior levies, having been 10.25 lumber and delivered at our mill, 3.00 Williams. H. O.. 7 da. P. ft paid by former Sheriff 10.50 ! Marion Milling Co. tf Jno. G.' Asher, said G.OO 3.00 Walker, S. N.t 4 da. P. ft T. amount is therefore deG.30 Walker. Milton. 2 da. P. ft T. 3.00 ducted from 3.00 above Walker. Albert. 2 da. P. ft T. 9 00 Williams; II. 0 . 2 da. P. ft T. 3.00 amount, which! leaves a I 9 00 Walker, II. II.. 6 da. P. ft T. grand total of claims al 28.35 Wilson, II. K.. 4 da. P. ft and Childrea. For Infants lowed payable out of G.75 county levy, 1910, and 132 00 Walker, Bert, 1 da. P. ft T. 1.50 Till Kind You Hivi Always But Wring, J. E., 5 da. P. 7.50 $ 860.73 1.50 22.50 Wilborn. Hugh. 1 da. P. ft T. Bears the 4 da. P. ft T. G.OO Watson. Hcnr, prior levies, this sum.. $17,059.07 SlgQAturoof 20.00 Waddcll, L. E . 3 da. P. ft T. 4.50 Net amount of taxes col1.00 Walker, John 3V4 da. P. ft 5.25 lected for the year 1910, 3.00 Wheeler, R. E.'. bldg. bridge 62.50 as is shown by sheriff's G.OO Wright. A., work on bridge 1.50 When a medicine must be given settlement, amounts I to Woodall, Otto. 3 da. grading children it should be pleasant to this sum 130.00 3.00 roau $16,829.33 take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 2.00 Weldon, M. II , judge election is made from loaf swgar, and the roots 2.00 Which leaves a 2.25 Wheeler, R. F . judge election deficit of.$ 229.74 used in its preparation give it a flavor Woodall, W. A., judge elecAll of which is respectfully sub similar to maple syrup, making it 7 23 2.00 tion ..-.-- . 4.50 Wilborn, H. L.. clerk election 2.00 mitted. pleasant to take. It has no superior 2.00 6.48 Wilson. Jno. W., shcrifT dec L. E. GUESS. for colds, croip and whooping cough. Wicker, W. O., clerk election 2.00 For sale by all dealers. 2.25 Whitt, G L . sheriff election 4.00 Clerk of Crittenden County Court. r WofTord, T. N. judge election 4.00 1 50 Wilborn. W. H.. house 4.00 GOO Wilson, R. E., shcrifT election 4.50 3 00 Woody, T J., clerk election. 2.00 2.00 Walker, J M., clerk election G75 Wilcox. Ivan, aid and support 12.00 .7S Waddcll. C. M., overcharge 1.60 on tax on lien, notes 25.80 Worrel Mfg. Co, disinfectant 13.50 .75 Whitt, Henry. V4 da. P. & T. J- - "" 3,00 Weldon, E E.. 2 da. P. ft T. 35.31 Wilson, Jno. VJ., lumber . r 00 Wheeler ft Holtsclaw, work 3.00 20.00 on poor house 4.25 Walliugford, W. D, livery bill fi.OO Wheeler ft Holtsclaw, work 3.00 40.00 poor house 11.00 Whcclcr ft Holtsclaw, poor R.50 house claim 138.00 Wheeler ft HolUclaw, poor 6.50 house claim 150.00 Wheeler ft Holtsclaw, poor 3.00 80.31 house claim Weldon, C. E., road orders, .' 11.25 55.80 etc Waddcll. T. L.. land for road- G.75 10,00 way 2.25 Weldon ft Franks, ins. poor 21.25 house The following letter from Mrs. Orville Rock will prove how unwise 4.50 Weldon ft Franks, ins. poor it is for women to submit to the dangers of a surgical oiwration when it 21.25 house may lie avoided by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. C.75 Weldon, C. E., typewriter She was four weeks in tho hospital mid enmo homo suffering-wors1.50 4.00 table, etc thnn hefore. Then after all that suffering Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's 1.50 Yandcll. T. A., pay roadway, Vegetable Compound restored her health. .75 2S.70 Mrs. Oliver, land Young, J. II., aid and support HERE IS HER OWN STATEMENT. 3.70 Hilly Harnett and sister... 51.90 Paw Paw, Mich. "Two years ngo suffered, 2 25 Yandcll, T. A., work on Salem very severely with a displacement I could not 3.00 86 25 and Frcdonia road ho on my feet for a long time. My physlciaiL 3 00 3.00 Yandcll. T A., F. C. services treated me for several months without much reda. P. ft T., Yates. S. S.. 1 lief, and at Inst scut mo to Ann Arbor for an op2 25 3.25 lumber eration, I was tliero four weeks and came home 1 da. P. ft T. 6.00 Yandcll. Rob, 1.50 suffering worse than before. My mother adYoung, J H , 4 6.75 da. P. ft T. vised me to try Lydia E. Plnlchnm's Vegetable 3 00 Young, Tom, 1 2.25 Compound, and did. da. P. ft T. I am well and 9.00 Yandcll, Dnvc, 3 strong and do all myown housework. 1 owe my da. P. ft I : Constipation Cure - " .' Frit f 1 t etc.. ftT.. x i v: il i 1 m .! -- 12-0- , , , one-doll- I r 3 r$ the-dos- X 5-- G ftM $2 cea-tu- ry pay-ablc'o- ut 1 - 1...... ...... ..... fl ' ?'. CASTOR A !. ftT.. &&&&& f . ... ..... .... .3 atv I ! 1 Please Read These Two Letters. I To-da- y X 5.25 2.00 3.00 23.00 3.00 3.00 98.52 3.00 3.00 25.00 3.00 6.60 G.GO Yandcll-Gugcnhei- m i r i 16.00 3 00 --4- v .50 1.50 t for-bldgs- ., t 6.00 0.00 health to Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound and advise every woman who is ailHctetL with any female complaint to try it." Mrs. Ill " (If Orvillo Rock, R. R. No. 5, Paw Paw, Mich. " There nover was a worse case." Rock port, Ind. "There never was a worse case of woman's ills thnn mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered. For over two years I was not able to do anything. I was in bed for a month and tho doctor sold nothing but an operation would cure me. My father suggested Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; so to pleaso him I took it, and I improved wonderfully, so I am able to travel, ride horseback, take long rides and never feel any ill effects from it. I can only ask other suf fcring women to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial before submitting to an operation." Mrs. Margaret Meredith, R. F. D. No. 3, Kockport, Ind. Wo will pay a handsomo reward to any person who will prove to us that theso letters aro not genuine and truthful or that either of theso women woro paid in any way for their testimonials, or that tho letters aro published without their permission, or that tho original letter from ea a did not come to us entirely unsolicited. For SO years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound bus been tho standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit womem invites nil taVtMrs. Pinkham for advice.sickShe has to write her raided thousands to health free of charge. KHakRTIkJCcKP" Address Mrs. Plukham, Lynn, Mass ''?? V -w ,!-- .K V V r T Rll (ft u 'gP t 'any & - ' VK 7 y f . " '" X AT bv. ' ! 1 .. xi Mb iiam'LMi W A1 V BtiXv tt m !: Ur IJt 1 VlTwhjv VTJTv . . k ti: fn. V Si, JK Iffft I" & imsf imJfmUiii' "Vr5 m.-- rTiDOnWk "H w m1 1 I 4 ' LKVIAS. Will II. LaRue is the first to plant corn in this section. Mrs. Mollic Nelson, of New Mexico; Miss Bulah jitiJ Mrs. Leonn Hardcy and baby, of Dawson Springs, arc the guests of their brother, 0. G. Threl-kel- pleasant callers at the home of Mr Bryant Saturday night Crawford Pat more, Murphy r ... liuiiMiss Mary iiiininn took niiu iiiiiii per with Miss Inez Lynn Easter Sunday night. Mesdums. S. D. Moore und John Franks visited Mrs. B.I. Allen Mon- day. Mrs. J. II. Moore returned home nfter a two week's visit at her moth- er's, Mrs. Alvis, of Fords Ferry. Rasco Poridexter, Miss Inez Lvnn, George Patmorc and Miss Murj Thomas attended church at Marion Easter night. . . v. Mrs. Will Mayes is improving slowly. 111111 - iiMMMBMBBBMBBHBBBBBWMBBBaHBBB ami II II II II HJILHI BJUCIN 9 P3WDER H VLi QnifM aWHaVKmH iF ij j- & .iiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav laaaaaaaaaak aaaaaaaaaaav aaaaaaaaaaaaam - , 9 hi THE CLODHOPPER AND THE BALD-HEADED naaaaaaaaai II A m M A III A l ;; STIRRING '""J MAN ? d, bald-heade- (m A (l ft TALE OP LOVE AND BUSINESS. AfosoftrtsFi Fas9 .su; mtf &v&5T" :Cii?-l- BAKING! EASY d. by ROBERT C. IIAYNES, Written for the Record-Pres- s Author of "This Funny World,' "Dark Days and r- - ." & 8 But little con; planted. Till I've flotfK'd that bijjr. bandy-letftf'd man " )' Tobacco plants pcarce and'small. Worse than Russia was llojoj'd by tho plucky Japan." U Miss CoraJ Parker, of Salem, is the guest of her uncle and adnt.J Mr. and As still on down the street went the fair Imogene, Mrs. Spillman Thrclked, this week. She was met near her home by tho hard- - pounding Green-Sh- e We ran across our aid friend, Col. "Our baby criss for Chamberlain' Jtotyai Cook Bok-8a- O gave him a nice, friendly bow and a smile, Bommptm-rro- e, Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B. Henry Rappolee, of Salem, last week Send Hmmm mntl Addrm. And the hat was raised up in good style. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is tho best on his return from a big fishing trip. in a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NtW YORK. couch remedy on the market for The Col. had two little "That's as noble a girl as I ever have seen, coughs, colds .and croup." For sale match box. g And I'll bet she's been fired," mused the Green, Raymond Babb, of Salem, informs by all daalcrs. "Well there'll be something doing when I come across us that he has ordered two blood at this place every Sunday evening at That great, gander-eye- d d gump of a hounds from Colorado for the purpose grand time. boss!" L. B. Cain and wife were here shop 3 o'clock sharp. his hen-erof keeping the varments from OAYK SPRING j ping Monday. Roy Mewcom and father were in To be Continued. R. C. Hill went to Evansville Sun-- Weston Saturday. Why not let the turnpike come on Uncle Kemp Crowell is on the sick day. Farmers' Educational and to Salem? It would be a sight ta some list at this writing. John Heath, Mrs. Mary Hughes and' Union meets at this place every Mrs. John Smith, who is suffering of our I ivingston county friends. Hcnry-Rux- iel Mrs. Mary Parry attended church at Mr. and Mrs. Curg Hughes enjoyed u Monday night. with rheumatism, is reported no better. John L. Harpending and chilMrs. Sugar Grove Sunday. rido on the iasnlinf lnuncli "OUii Arthur King was in Marion one last Thomas F. Henry, of Repton, Sunday School at this place is pro- dren, of Salem, spent last week the "Little" Miss Vista Trim, of James" Sunday. week. gressing nicely, with Bro. Lilbert Mc- guests of John's parents. Ky.. is visiting hrr grand- Ky., and Mis.s Anna Loo Hussell. Our noted fisherman, Boyd Gahagan, Hurrah for the good road advocates, parents, Mr. and Mm. F I. Travis. of this county, were marriod Dowell as Supt, and Miss Edith ReyHarris Austin, of Piney, was in this has purchased a nice launch. ays the no to man. nolds as Sec'y. Everybody invited to section last week. J. A. Pickens was tho gust Monroe Tuesday morning at St. Ann's Miss Alma Heath has severe attack Fred H itillyard, who bas seen come and tike part with us. James Simkins and Sidney Long, of Mr. Catholic church by Hev. Father Ashley neat Murion Sunday. of whooping cough. three years of Uncle Sam's service, Ashley in very aick and is not expected Crancy. Mr. Henry is a son of Miss Lillie Brantley spent Sunday the Emmaus section, were the guest of Ruby Hughes was in town Saturday. was in our midst last Sunday. I nomas K Henry, of Webstar with her cousin, Miss Mana Crowell. Haywood Hicks and family Sunday. to live. Miss Gertrude Rankin is quite sick. county, and iB GO vcars old. Mrs- Kula McConnell and Miss Fannie Glenn Moran and family spent SatMn. Cynthia Roberts visited Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie Wilson and daughter, 1. l Henry JsadaughterofChas. Crowell spent Sunday with Mr. and urday and Sunday the guests of relaBettie York one tiav last week. Every llolllc is tiuarnnteei and Mrs. Charley Wilson were here Husscl and is GO venrs old. Mrs. Roscoe Dye. tives at Salem. Uncle Billy Joel Hill Attended church Saturday shopping. This is ilr. Henry's second Every bottle of Dr. Bell's Tine-TMesdames Alice Orr and Luro ChanNorval White, of Green's Ferry, visat Shady Gruve Sunday. Taylor Lucas, a wpular young man Honey is guaranteed to give satisfacmarriage, wherein n romance dler went to Black f ord Saturday. ited relatives in this section last week. of 'possum Ridge, was here trading tion in all throat and bronchial troubles. Rev. John A. Hunt at ends. Before Mr. Henry's first Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nichols spent Bill Hudson, of Salem, was in our Copperas Spring last first Sunday and marriage, Cupid had brought him Sunday at the home of Charles Walker. section last week come often William, Saturday. Several young ladies, of Fords Feralso expects to preach every first and Miss Russell together, yet as Arle Metcafe and Ben Woodwring it does one good to see your smiling ry, were here Saturday. Sunday evening. Cupid often docs, they became went to Blackford Saturday. KVKN Sl'KINtiS face. An infant of Cass Walker, is reportMlsn Ruby Towery was the guest of estranged; while now Cupid has Rev. Lilbert McDowell filled Rev. ed very low with whooping o ugh. Several from this place, went to Miss Willie Pickens Sunday afternoon. united them. Barbee's appointment at Sugar Grove The report of Mrs. Ruth Swanscy Kelsey Friday shopping. Mr. Henry owns a largo farm Sunday. Joel A. C. Pickens and wife visited Midnight In The Ozarks Saturday, was, that she had sold chickMrs". Tommio Wring and son, Elbert, near Repton, Ky., and is an in- Charlie Walker and Bob Nichols Lewis Horning Sunday night. of Paducah, were guests of relatives and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of ens amounting to $33.00. earnest man. Thuy went to Blackford Saturday. P. II Deboe, of Marian, wan the dustnous, Dortha, the little girl of Mr. and at this place and at Emmaus last .'will make Repton their future Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Curry were the Clay City, III, coughed and coughed. guest of J. A. Piekeni nnd family home. guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Powell He was in the mountains on the ad- Mrs. Watson, wa3 buried here Tues- week. Sun. ( Sunday. M. L. Patton lost a colt a few weeks vice of five doctors, who said he had day. Sunday. Miss Ruby Hughes was the guest of ago, cause of its death unknown. Veston Powell visited relatives near consumption, but found no help in the Big WeddiRg At The Gill House. Jim Sullengcr, the county surveyor, climate, and started home. Hearing Miss Ethel Hcnsil Saturday night. Repton Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Winn were week- was in this section last week. Mrs. Bettie Tosh and Vis Crowell of Dr. King's New Discovery, he beHENRY-McK- EE Our new church is building up rapvisited at the home of T. K. en well gan to use it "I believe it saved my end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Curg idly with Charlie damage at the helm. . le " he writes "for it made a new Hughes. 4 Sunday. Mr. W. T. Henry nnd Miss Bob Rankin, of Mt. Zion, was here The farmers aro planting corn. Miss Eva Williams is the guest of man of me, so that I can now do good 'HoraMcKce, both of Repton Misses Nannie and Alma Guess visher sister, Mrs. Jim Smith, in Hopkins work again." For all lung diseases, Saturday. 'vicinity came in on tho 11 o'clock Martin Williams and wife and broth- ited their sister, Mrs. Zurra Green, coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, county. writes Mrs, Ethel Ncwlin, train Monday and were married Misses Ursie and Agnes Crider vis- croup, whooping cough, hay fever, er. Bob, returned Tuesday front a visit of Fredonin, last week. of Liberty Center, Ind., Quite a number at this place conhigh noon at the Gill House ited Misses Deanie and Etta Robertson hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, its to Rosi Clare, III., and were accompan'that I bcjian to take Car-du- i. template attending the Ministers and the best known remedy. Price 50c ied by little Miss Lillian Williams. Sunday. 'Rev. W. T. Oakley officiating. for it has cured me, Mcmbera meeting, which convenes GuarQuite a number of young people, of and $1 00. Trial bottle free. They were accompanied by T. and I will never forget it with Caldwell Spring church next this place, attended church at Sugar anteed by Hujnes & Taylor and Jas. "I cannot praise Cardui F. Henry, uncle of the groom and week. H. Ornie, Marion. Ky. Grove Sunday. Saved Ills Mother's Life. too hlchly for what it did Jim Patton, of Caldwell Springs, Rees Henry, a brother of tho Misses Jewel Powell and Macie for me. Before I began given me up," was in this section Sunday. "Four doctors had groom and Miss Mary Lynn, also Walker visited Mrs. Cora Nichols Sunto take it, I was very Ayera Howard and brother, Ben, writea Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, day night WKSTON Sellers, Charles and Hawkins all bad color, suffered great La., "and my children and all of friends were visiting their brother, Adger, Messrs. Rile and Oate Chandler pain and weighed only brothers of the groom, and Miss Miss Vera Bennett, who has been were looking for me to die, when my and wife of this place a few days ago. and Bob Nichoh went to Blackford 105 pounds. Now I have visiting her uncle at Chattanooga, son insisted that I use Electric Bitters. Mary Henry, only sister of the The two Farmer boys, who have Saturday. a good color, do not suffer Tenn., for the past three months, re- I did so, and they have done mo a been out west quite a wlille, are here groom also Charles Morgan and Bob Nichols and son. Curry, made a and weigh 125 lbs." turned home Friday. world of good. I will always praise on a visit to their parents and relatives. flying trip to Blackford Wednesday. '.wife of Union Co. cousins of the B55 Misses Mary, Ina and Nannie them." Electric Bitters is a priceless We are glad to see you, boys. The trustee of this school district, groom. The wedding party took spent Easter with relatives in blessing to women troubled with fa in Misses Nellie and Miriam Travis, of got the census of school children last dinner at the Gill House and all Sturgis. ing and dizzy spells, backache , head- Emmaus, and Ed Perkins and wife, of week. The enrollment was ovar 75. Take Mesdames Emma and Alice Hughes ache, weakness, debility, constipation Frances, Mrs. Lizza Kinsolving und had a jolly good t line. The bride" Hurrah for that! spent last Saturday with Mrs. C. W. or kidney disorders. Use them nnd Misses Sudic and Luda Kinsolving at,is one of Crittenden's handsomMrs. Carl Henderson and son, of Grady. gain new health, strength and vigor tended church at this place the second est women and is a daughter of Marion, were the guests of R. L. Miss Murel Clark is the guest of her They're guaranteed to sj tisfy or money Sunday and visited their relatives here. bquire Hugh M cKee. The groom Nichols Thursday. sister, Mrs. John Truitt, on Pickern refunded. Only f.Oc at Havnes & TayBeware of stronR, noxFor ye are yet carnal: for whereas j is native of Union Co. and is a Mrs. Ann Currv and Grace Walker hill. ious, mineral drugs, that lor's and Ja. H. Orme's, Marion, Ky there is among you. Enjoying, und sterling young man and a good were the guests of Mr3. Minnie Dye sink into your system, James Mattirfgly wa3 in town last not car-- ! strife, and division, are Friday. farmer. like lead to the bottom of Saturday. nal, and walk as men7 First CorinJohn Metcalfe and Birt Little at' a basin of water. Martin Kenedy spent several days thians 3:3. tended prayermeeting at Rosebud SatFHKKDOM Cardui is purely vege. the past week with friends in Sturgis. L. K. McClure. wife and baby were urday night. table and contains no Mrs. Roy Hughes has gone to CinWe want you to come to Sunday guests of relatives near Caldwell Miss Edyth Dye, of Paducah, is vispoisonous minerals, or iting her brother, Roscoe Dye, this cinnati to be with her husband, who is School. They are having a fine Sun- Springs Sunday. dangerous drugs. employed on a government boat day School at Frccdaaa. Be cheerful; when teacher tells you week. It is perfectly safe and Tom Demsey, near Marktret, Ark., Johnaie Holloman viiitcd Hebter to recite, step up at once and do it' Hurrah for some of the farmers in harmless, for use by old is visiting his father, uncle Sam Demp-se- Holloman last Saturday night. when mother asks you for any right; this neighborhood. They have tobacco and young, and may be The third Sunda in May is going to thing, jump quickly ana! as quickly Miss Florine and Maurinellar-rod- , plants with six leaves. taken, as a tonic, for Dan King and son, Rnnzy, wer here bt a bir day at Freedam, and dinner bring it; nnd every thing you do or entertained their little play Rile Chandler is on the puny list. months, without any possi- Saturday. oa the ground. Everybody come with say, do it in a cheerful way. Mrs. Luro Chandler visited hermoth- Saturday April 15th Die narmtui ctlccL Trv it Mr. and Mrs. Henry King and daugh- well fiilled baskets. Back water has the river bottom er Friday evening. from two until six, anEasteregg ters, Verna and Ruth, of Caseyville. land covered over now. John Metcalfe went to Blackford hunt was given, then all were past here Saturday to visit his father, Sunday. Fur Sixteen Years. Dan King, of Baker. into the dining room which Lacy Truitt and wife, of Rodney, In cases of rheumatism relief from was decorated with red candles Grave Yard Notice Dr. Bell's Pine-THoney. Has been were Monday. used by millions of people with perfect pain makes sleep and rest possible. Lame Shoulder is neatly always due and red lights, then refreshments Among the pleasant faces that were satisfaction. For Coughs. Colds, Asth- This mny be obtained by npp lying Let cverv one interested in the were served by the hostesses, to rheumatism of tho muscles, and with us Monday, were A. A. Avitts, ma in fact all throat und bronchial Chamberlain's Liniment. For sal by quickly yields to the free application Love Gravevardcomeon tho first punch, cake popcorn balls and t who has a inn in Rosi Clare, III. troubles. eggs. Those of Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale Th ingredients are on tho carton. all dealers present were, Saturday in May and help put up Misses Iva Bigham, Uncle Osorgo Wilson wu tho gueat Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Honey contains no by all dealers. Lena Wolfe, of Mis. George Rankin, of Cave-in- habit producing drugs, and always the fence. Bring your dinner pre- l;annie Farair, Ruth Travis, Zula gives satisfaction. Look for tho bell Rock, III t" ( Till RUNIC on the Battle. pared to work all day. Those who annan, Geneva Daniels, lmo- Mrs. Ro;n I'razier pent several days gene Minner, Vivian Rochester. I OAK UKOVK Rev. Lilbert McDowell delivered a can't come send titty with hur father and her u'ster, Mrs. cents to Vera Conyer, Myrtle Glass, Vir line sermon at Sugar Grove church James Wolfe, of Dawson Springe, Knnkm, Sunday. help pay for the posts and other ginm Flanary, Marjorie Paris,' BAKKH, Sunday. was a pleasant caller nt tho home rf Mr. Ira Clark returned Saturday Weldon, Nonie Williams, Elgie, Bclva und Clarence expence. Miss J. II. Moore Easter Sunday. T. E. Griffith. from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jno. Eaiter has past and the young peoMelba Williams, Vivian Stone, Towery attended Sunday. Miss Minnie Summers, of Marion, Clark. ple are looking forward to May-daBernicc Sutherlan d and Miss Floy Charlie Dillard gave a singing last was the guest of Miss Mayme Bryant Mrs. Dink Sturgeon entertained her Rev. Lane filled his appoi ntment at Wright, of Earlington. The prize ANTI-PAI- N ' Sunday School class Sunday, hunting this place Sunday and a large congre-- I Saturday night. All who ware pres- DR. Saturday and Sunday. was presented to Miss Sutherland For Intorra' und External Pains. Ruisell Ford and Hugh Driver were Eat lei ' Kacl one reported a gatioa was present. Sunday Schoo ent reported a nice time.. for finding the most eggs. top-wate- rs Charles Laltuo would have hia friends remember he at the same old stand, ready to buy your produce at highest market price, and sell you poods nt lowest living prices. Give him a trial. Come on with the pike; our people arc ready to help with their money, teams, lands and rocks. Wo believe Salem xtrd Livingston will come on with their end of the road. The advantage of a pike over a railroad is, that it is of the people, by the people, and for the people, no money goes away from the people. Glad Threlkeld, the saw mill man, is kept busy sawing for the mining people. L. A. LaRue, the surveyor, was in our midst last week on official business. Hays Medicine Co.,; I was a sufferer with ECZEMA for twenty years. Several months ago I tried Hays and after about three weeks use, mv legs sheddod off as white and free from sores as they were before I had ahc eczema, I have had no pain or annoyance since; in fact am well. R. D. Oliver, Bradford, Tcnn. ZZZ ZKVAG lmo. Spe-aif- ic - && K'..'-- . v: &r-- : IX V :; Mr; .w . .. v . '.jV cn" "VX l JstmSMMt F SJ aWCi -- t i. ''M rftVr Bright," Etc. . i, LEgbt BSscult ueatD8fieaoMfltMMi(4A VIII. motfcno, though so wrathful a moment Ixiforc, When out on tho street was her sweet self once more; s .she started to ko o with leisurely i'o her home, five blocks off, down on Middleton How. As she pass.d down the street where the men were at work, 'Mie smiled as the men shouted: "tfivc us brick Turk!" 'Jut she pass'd on and by, and without any stop, nd with only a bow to the man at tho top. 'That's a sweet, noble kM." mused the man at the top, ' I'll just bet she's been fired, and if so I'll not stop I foot-step' Delieios Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts NKW SAL KM. Mrs. R. S. Threlkeld, W. C. Tyner, Haywood Hicks and two children of Charley Wring, are on the sick list. and the lood Is finer, more tasty, cleanly and wholesome than the ready-mad- e found at the shop or grocery. f key-punche- r's hard-pjundin- bald-heade- y. , 1 I Heb-bardsvil- ar prt-ache- i J "I Am Glad" 'at f Mat-ting- ly Tho Woman's Tonic j y. mates tl in-vit- ed ar pi-ti- ? Jry y. BELL'S ' .AAJkt .v . t.