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KENTUCKY, NUMBER 45 ESKEW BROS, Machinists, REPRESENT S INDUSTRIAL "A little bit the best Mower that ever went into the field" m PROGRESS. Do You Believe In Progress? who progress are men who use McCormick or Walter A. Wood's binders, mowers reapers, harrows, cultivators, planters and etc. Are you up to date? Are you using modern farm machines? Look at your equipment Are'nt some of your machines pretty well worn? Shouldn't you replace them? Tiiere is no line of farm ma chines superior to our line. These machines are used in every civilized country in the world. up-to-date 1 VH Are You Advancing? advance. For a farmer it means the use of any machine that will increase crops with the least work. When you progress you are striving for easier methods of doing things, better ways of living, and the attainment of all improvements which will help you to live comfortably so that you can enjoy our work, and at the same time rciish the free, fresh air and siuiiifrinCo Arc you doing it? Do you pn&ress? J .MJ THE NEW PROGRESS means to make WALTER A. WOOD jfrvBCPPlfHto MOWER THE ADMIRAL In it is concenworld-famou- s. hay-rake- s, hay-tedder- s, n year experience. It possesso all the peculiar trated their features of construction that have made Walter A. Wood Mowers Its new features make it even more valuable to the farmer. fifty-seve- The Admiral is the latest Walter A. Wood Mower. The following statement of a prominent Illinois dealer indicates the popularity of the Admiral and suggests the wisdom of investigation. "The Admiral h Just a little bit the best Mower that eve went every day tcllinR what a wonderful into the field. machine it is. Farmers come in We would not buy anything else." te Mower to very farmer in this locality. We want to thou) this No one who want to keep potted on the newett in farm machinery wilt neglect to investigate the Admiral. It will surprise and delight you. JLTfcMMIA.lJH..I. mktVW tV7 fcflli i McCormick and Walter A. Wood machines are recommended by men who use them, they could have no better recommendation than this. It is to your interest to use this line as they are best and give the least trouble in repairs, as we carry a full line at our shop. Get our prices and see our machines before you buy We take pleasure in showing them. f ri43$0isr 'i skew Bros, Carlisle Street, SPLENDID PROGRESS The most celebrated road in all history is the Appian way leading from Rome Italy to the coast. It was begun byAppius Claudius tyADE IN ROAD BUILDING. Cresus 312 years before Christ Full List Of All Subscriptions was born, and was built of hex-agional, Marion, Ky tf fj May 15th on which day we will have a good roads meeting and elect some officers. TwTWTi fsoMETHmcfv mm There is not a doubt in the Everyone is invited to attend world but what we can have good this meeting. All subscriptions lfcisL7 il I roads if we will "Aye theres the to date follow: rub" if we will. If our people Contin ued on page 8. of sacred will to have good roads we will that the sight of the brethern The building and maintenance caused the exclamation, and yet have them. Good roads are an of good roads in any community, Paul had traveled a tempestous investment not an expense. If Mine And Stocks. puts a $500. oo tobacco County or State is conclusive evroute, buffeted by the wind and a farmer idence of a well balanced public waves, assaulted by robbers, in barn on his farm, is it lost? No, If you want to sell your Farm, " mind, a reasonable desire for it is an investment and he prompt- Mineral or Timber properties peril on land and sea, and is it ly adds that much to the value come and list it with me at once. comfort, and a keen appreciation too much to presume that when of their value in dollars and cts. this old soldier of the cross plant- of his farm. $100, 000. oo spent I have a call for some mineral I The earliest systematic effort at ed his feet on the solid rock of on good roads in Crittenden property at present the cant fill property and yours might be road making is accredited to the Appius and felt a foundation un- County will add 200,000.oo to I need. We are here to do busithe value of the farms of this ness and are doing business on a DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM? Carthagenians and was begun der his feet like unto the foundrun. the purposes of war and the ation of the religion he preached, county. for is The Crittenden Record-Pres- s conquest of distant countries. 55 I still have few shares in the WELL. IF YOU DON'T, ASK SOMEBODY. that part of his thanks to God deeply interested in this subject Doyle Mining aCo., but they are years before Christ, Julius Caesar I'VE COME HERE TO STAY A FEW YEARS AND was for good roads. and will do everything in its pow- going fast, if you want stock in built a road from London to New valuable mine, and this road is Millions of men since Pauls er to help this work along, and this get busy and seeyou had bet- TELL YOU WHERE TO BUY HARDWARE AND THINGS. me, shares God for good particularly urges each and every ter ne of the best in all England time have thanked are advancing at a rapid rate. I'LL DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH WEEK. LOTS OF The Romans roads and thousands in Critten- one to put h.is shoulder to the and is used I will be on my farm two mile were the7 greatest road makers den County will in the future do wheel and let us have one piece southwest of Salem, Ky., on the MY YOUNG FRIENDS ARE GOING TO CUT ME OUT OF THE the wortd ever saw and they con- likewise, and whether or not this of good road as a starter in this Greens Ferry and Salem road. PAPER EACH WEEK AND MAKE A SCRAP BOOK. YOU'LL quered the worlds English roads future is far distant or close at county. Let it 'be as good as can Thursday and Friday of each week come and see me. FIND THIS LOTS OF FUN. are, the best on the continent and hand depends on the people of be constructed and the we will This applies to Livingston and have a pattern for the inspection Crittenden Counties only. .one of their niost celebrated road the county. makers was Macadam, a scotch- - Good roads are not an iridescent of all the people. Precept and David .;? Loveless, Special agent i . ,,!t man,' whose success at road build- - dream merely to be, talked about preaching are good but example V for the National f 'ingfpunded on through drainage. and cast aside 'when the noveltvHs the best of all teaching.. PHONE 142. RealtjTCo., Washington, D. C. or six sided blocks, prinAll advances in civilazation are cipally of lava, a,nd carefully laid brought about by either moral or with cement. This is a model physical reforms. The building highway to this day. of good roads is a physical reform. The Apostle Paul journeyed to It is said that "Cleanliness is next Rome over this road some 350 to Godliness" and a companion couplet reads "Good roads begets years later and as soon as he good morals". These couplets struck this remarkable piece of God are not found in the Bible but engineering he "ThankeoV underthey certainly breathe the spirit and took courage". We stand of course, from the text inspiration. of the thing wears away. Good roads are a reality. We are just as certain to have good roads all over this county as the judgement day is certain to come; but who wants to wait until the judgement for the realization of good roads? What good will it do our generation to know there will be 500 miles or more of good roads in Crittenden County 100 years from now. Good roads today in- The Record-Pres- s is happy to announce that we have $2,070.oo in cash subscribed to date and 367 days work for team and one man. This latter is worth $1,101. which added to the cash makes $3,171.oo. We must have $l,200.oo more. We have to have this to guarantee the fiscal court in its share of the work which is the grading and building. This must and will be raised by non-salaried terest this generation. 'MR Real-Esta- te 6g ill SAY!! n 41 astle-on-Ty- ne . s to-da- y. i w ti Wd VSG I C OLIVE & WALKER L4 l T 4ffi: 1 te&i "r'? VM ve ,. v' BBaii in rtniitTf I ffliiiiii i in i i i i i fliih i . S&s, .v. ., fn. 4tM.,V- j . i j i.J ..'i ja w,'tyvA - J, aiv&3 rJ., , V, .h ' && &&M8& 1 l ,;?Mt mimmimmmmmmlmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmm, f hf n' L" Oranges Filled With Silver To Be Given Away OPENS JjHOI HEARS ORATOR 1 t'iS - KndiSSunTtktfliaJ a x Congressman Ollie M. James. Delivers Opening Address at Nicholasville LARGE CROWD V . v r Absolutely Free. v Address Was In Interest of His Can-didacy For the United States 6en- atorshlp In Race Against Senator Paynter. NloholasvUle, Ky. i Congressman 01-- 1 u Beginning Saturday Apr. 29th Ending Monday MaY 15 During this time we will give an orange with every one dollar purchase for oash. Some of these oranges will be just as they oame from the tree. Some will contain a Five Cent Piece, some will contain a Silver Dime, some will contain a Silver Quarter, some will contain a Silver Half Dollar, some will contain a Silver Dollar. l. F To illustrate, if you buy one dollars worth of domestic, or anything else you draw one orange. If you buy a twenty dollar drugget, you draw twenty oranges. We havethe greatest line of Spring offerings and at the most marvelously low prices that it has ever been our pleasure to show. We are selling our merchandise on its merits alone. "We never in our lives felt more sanguine that we were giving more dependable merchandise than we are right now. We do not ask or expect anyone to buy a penny of us in the expectation that they will draw money, because they may not. There are many oranges without money. What we do claim is this; That if you need merchandise or will need it soon, that no, house ever did. ever will, or ever can give you more merchandise for your money than we are giving and in addition to the merchandise which you buy, we will, during this sale give you one orange with each dollar's purchase, and that orange will in most cases contain money. CARNAHAN BROS THE TURN IN THE LANE. (By M. H. Lockyear.) V:.?n winter is past and springtime has come, When song birds are happy and bees start to hum, When the bloom on the clover bears & DODGE WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. its sweetest perfume, And the roses get red in the middle of June, Oh! it's then I go hack to the turn in the lane, And live over the joys of my childhood again. The years that are past their wonders have wrought, While the lessons of youth are never forgot. I go back to the turn in So the lane, And live over the joys of my childhood again. I can see the old house as it stood on the hill, The creek through the meadow, the old water mill, The clover still bears its sweetest perfume, And the roses get red in the middle of June. to-da- y Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder? Have pains in loins, side, back and bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of the face, and under the eyes? A frequent desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you Druggist Price 50 cents. Williams M'f'g. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by Orme, Marion Ky. J. H. ft ft HU- - tr ". grey be their i hair and wrinkled their brow; The teachers we had are instructing us still "Old Homestead" fertilizer is Glasgow O'Fallon and Miss Cora South Brown, "the most photo the best for corn and tobacco. graph beauty in St. Louis" grand- Sold by S. C. Bennett & Son. Like the change that has come to my Miss Georgia Boaz has been daughter of the late Gov. John once youthful face. Young Brown, of Ky., have with- very sick for several days. The hillside is furrowed and wearing away, drawn because the prospective Ab Henry and wife, of Marion, spent Sunday here. And the walls of the house have be- bridegroom has been divorced. Mrs. J. D. Elmer, of Louisgun to decay. I pause to reflect as this story is ville, was the guest of relatives told, here the first of the week. That visions of youth are still ourAsthma! Asthma! Come and see our new line of when we're old. ladies' and children's Oxfords. POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY The friends we loved then are the gives instant relief and an absolute Bennett & Son. friends we love now, County Judge M. P. Smith cure in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis Though But time has changed the old place, roun-tr- y - I can see the old house, as it stood Constipation brings many ailments in (Delayed from last week.) on the hill, through the meadow, the its train and is the primary cause of The creek much sickness. Keep your bowels re Dr. Brockmeyer and wife old water mill: The long country road with its dust gular madam, and you will oscapo spent last week in Louisville, Rev. J. S. Henry, of Marion, many of the ailments to which women or its mud. The old crooked path as it wound are subject. Constipation is a verr was here the first of the week through the wood; simple thing, but like many simple enroute home from Louisville. The barefooted boys as they played Rev. J. A- - Bennett, of Utica, Mings, ic may ieaa to serious conse- - J hide and seek, In the willows which fringed both quences. Nature often needs a little Ky., filled his regular appoint sides of the creek. assistance and when Chamberlain's ment at the Baptist church here Tablets are given at the first indica Saturday and Sunday. I go out to the held where the green tion, much distress and suffering may Miss Lillie Clifton, of Marion, waving grain spent Saturday and Sunday the be avoided. Sold by all dealers. Is fanned by the breezes and fed by guest of Miss Virginia Bugg. the rain, R. C. and G. W. Hill and Mrs. And its waves rise and fall as if Catholic Bridesmaids Mollie Deboe attended the funerbowing to me As they frolic and toss like the bilDid Not Participate. al services of Mrs. Jane Carter lowy sea. at Union Saturday. I visit the orchard with its blossoms St. Louis, Apr. 14 Four of W. F. Oliver shipped a car so fair, Catholic bridesmaids announ- load of hogs from this place SatThe perfume of which fills the soft the summer air. ced for the wedding of William urday. FHJSDONIA For lessons they taught are trolling our will. con- and Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on receipt of price $1.00. Trial Package by mail 10 cents . Williams Co., Props. Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J. H. Orme. M'-f'g- roads. x Miss Fannie Baker, of Louisville is the guest of Miss Mattie was here Friday inspecting the nation of the candidate's for 6tate officers and the Unltod States Senate. Sencvtor, I m no mind reador, but I know your proxerenco ns the pooplo or Kentucity know wlwt It Is. There was a time when It wan necessary for you to act. When Domorrutlc platforms were txilnff trampled upon and Democratic Issues were Imperilled you remained edlemt. I was told quite frequently at IulsvIllo, when the commlttoo mot tho time before ttic last, that the primary call was not In proper form and that it must bo absolutely legally drawn because Senator Paynter Intended to Institute a suit In tho courts enjoining tho ho kiln of the senatorial primary: that it would not ba done by him openly, but by porno other person who really would bo nctlnK In his Interest and that It would bo said, of course, that Senator Paynter knew nothing about It; that a primary was entirely satisfactory to him. My Record. Senator Paynter says In his cord of announcement that I am a member of a groat committee of the House and tho people of the state can not afford to spare my services from the House, and that I will still remain u member at tho House during his term an senator. Tho Senator doubtless losos Hght of the fact that tho term of congress for which I am olectod expires at tho same time that the benatorlal oflloo which he now holds expires and of oourso the statement that I would remain a member of Congress is untmo and made by the Senator either for tho purpose of deceiving the people of Kentucky or without the knowledge of tho fact that a member of oongresa Is only elected for two year. It Is indeed, follow citizens, gratifying fh the extromo to know that after a service of olgbt years in the Houao In tryint; times, when graod and oppression wcro battering at the very ontranee, when lob bies, groat and corrupt, were crowding ever' hall, when measures affecting tho public interests were many and complex, that rny opponont can not find one Haw See our splendid assortment; whatever In my record, and was forced to urgo as a rwion why I should not be sent to your selection, you can't make a mistake. that I had proved too faithful the In tho House. No greater tribute could When you want a blue serge suit he pay mo, no greater compliment would I seek than tho admission that the eye of the critic and tho enemy could find the Kirschbaum "True Blue" Special serge no fault and ho was forced to tills admission. And yrt this argument simply at $18 is the serge to buy. A fine smooth moans that to provo worthy of a trust is to be denied greater trust: to prove cafabric, woven with two-pl- y warp both pable Is not to bo promoted, nnd to prove faithful Is not to find reward. ways. "Warranted color fast. A new Pooplo of Kentucky can well say. "We want tho services of such a man who has suit for any that fades. risen so high and hold such a prominent position in the ranks of his party to act Look for tho whole state; for the good of ths the Kirschbaum guaranteed rest of the state why circumscribo the services of such a roan to tho narrow "True Blue" label under the inside limits of a single district, why not let such cood services come to all Kentucky pocket. Prices $15 to $35. nlike?" Tho argument tho Senator raokra that because a member of congress ha been capable and worthy and prominent In tho house, he should bo kent thnrc would have kept Henry Clay out of tho pennte, would nav kept James n Deck In the house, would have kept John J. Critenden representing a dlrtrict, would have kept John O. Carlisle acting for the Sixth Kentucky district, would hnvo kept John C. Hreckenridgo In the house and Joseph C S. niftckhum representing the Ashland district. Whilo the Senator addresses this argument to the people of the whole rtate, lr Is tho only one. In nv Judgment, by which the Senator could have ever been "elected to the Senate, nn". I presume for that ren.son It Is near and dtiir to him While mv own dlslrlct might in tho house, demand that T should Carnahan Bros. & Dodger vet It delights me bevond expression to When you feel I nm .supported by the Dem- tired, know that worried or despondent it ia a have a new display rack for ocrats, of that great district as no other candldato preentod bv It has been with- sure sign you MOTT'S NERVE-RIN- E They arc unsolflsh in mv knowledge. PILLS. They renew the nor- their rugs and are making enough, thev nrc generous enough to sunDort me In this ambition to renrvmnt mal vigor nnd make life worth living. special prices for 10 days in tho whole Cominonwrnlth. InrlniUnirJTuin i ''I Be sure and ask for MOTT'S NERVE-RIN- E S.tatos senate. Selves. In the un-- ' Democratic nomination for United States Senate against Senator T. H. Paynter, opened liia campaign In this city Monday. The largest crowd In the history of Jesvamln county was In town to hoar the bis orator of Western Kentucky. After an Introduction by Senator B. M. Arnott, Mr. James spoke as follows: Senator Paynter slates that (he did Dot undertake to take any actkm relative to influencing members of the State Executive Committee about calling a primary or talcing any action relative to selecting nominees for Che United States Senate. He says be thought any aotiou they should take would te with a view of conserving the best interests o! the party. Ae to whptnor he undertook any action or not. It is a fact well known to tbo people of Kentucky tinst every close persomU friend of bis, together with the Democrats from the district in whdoh be lives or did lrro, voted against including the race In Che primary, and after a primary hod boon ordered for all State officers Che Uni ted States Sonatorshlp was excluded from the primary in direct vtalaitlon of Democratic doo trine and platform promises for almost a quarter of a century. The Senator still sat silent as toe 6ays, I presume still believing, "that any action taken would be with a view to conserving the best Interests of Ms party." And, yet, ho must have known, and I charge that he did know, that such action as this was reactionary and undemocratic and was stabbing Democratic hopes to the very heart. And, yet, he remained silent, still believing, as he tolls us, that the action the committee should tako would Ibe to best "conserve th tatcrests of the party." Senator Paynter has never favored a primary election, and today Is dragged unwillingly 'before the proud eleotwmato of the Commonwealth to sitfbmlt his claims for their confidence and approval and Ibis candidacy to their arbitrament. Senator Paynter was not the choice of the people of Kentucky when he was elected to the Senate; he ia not Che ohooo of the people of Kentucky now. I believe I am well within the bounds of reason and truth when I say that Senator Paynter could not have polled, when he was elected to the Senate, more than one vote out at tiro in Kentucky against Senator Blaoktarrn. But the Senator dodges the proposition when he states It la unnecessary to state what his nreforrnco was as to tlw nomi H f . kilttwiUtJ CO? M ANY a poor devil has gotten a lot of comfort and pleasure out of a Kirsciibaum garment long after his more fortunate brother has discarded it, possibly after It has been worn two or three seasons. There is nothing remarkable about this statement. Kirschbaum suits and overcoats are so carefully and thoroughly made, from start to finish, that they give the greatest possible wear, no matter what price was paid for them. They are guaranteed through this store to you. The immense Kirschbaum organization of the finest tailors and designers is always at your service assuring cor all-wool hand-tailor- ed rectness and equality. J for breast IYIcCONNELL OUNN'S CASH STORE. ; ;- ftXTodrvX nd Continued on page 6. gists. Baker. Cleveland, Ohio. Sold-onlOrme, Marion, Ky. PILLS. Price $1.00 by drugWilliams M'f'g. Uo.. Props., by J. H. their Carpet and Rug department. Don't tail to see them, If you do you'll regret it. M i.-- ''- T'J .A "AN I T' .ii & t 1..' ' K1. . ! j. Pi . v rf W &&V, . V.1. U 'JiiuiH iltf II.!. v'f..W r',irv K AJ S ,v. ,:..v t ' .; " S.f ,Wi . ". ,1 IVt. ." r.u ISH r-wtrr- y ,M tr S .- "TV,wHi.M Fna!n?c .ra fiiTv -ttri7j j.r. i rn ...f , j - jt .. - i7inf?jprrTnrwiFKPfiwn nrt r . t, - - if- . - j n ,, j ( y. j ;mrniH ibuii i iA -" vr,)j,.nt -f ! FOUR WEEKS OF In THE CLODHOPPER AMD THE BALD-HEAD- ED Crittenden MAIM Circuit Court SALE. m COMMISSIBNER'S BARGAINS SPECIAL SALE ON 9 A STIRRING TALE OF LOVE AND BUSINESS, r by ROBERT C. HAYNES, Written for the Record-Pres- s 2 Author of "This Funny World," "Dark Days and 5 Bright," Etc. IX. ALL LINES Beginning, Monday, May 1st and continuing until Saturday, May the 27th, 191 1. I will sell you strictly for cash or its equivalent, any and all shoes, mens, womensandchildrens at cost, including Oxfords. Men and boys fur hats at cost, and less. We have some suits of clothes left which can be bought for one-hal- f retail price, better come and let us sell you one of these suits. Calico 5cts per yard, 4 yd lengths and under for 4 cts per yard. Dress Gingham, 9 cts per cts per yard. yd, 4 yd lengths and under 7 price. Mens pants Woolen dress goods at at cost, $1.00 pants, .75cts$1.50 pants $1.00 $2.50 pants $1.50 and others in proportion. Mens 50 cts shirts at 40 cts. A good spool thread at 4 cts per spool, or 6 for 20 cents 1- -2 i 1- -2 shirts for 20 cts, Ladies vests 3 for 23 cts. All Tinware at cost-I- O ct tin buckets 8 cts - 15 ct buckets II cts-2- 5 ctwell buckets 20 cts. Mens Summer under Black Draught 15 cts per box, Wine Cardui 75 cts bottle, Fleets Lice Killer 20 cts per box, Flecks Stock Food 1.00 size, 75 cts 50 ctsize 40 cts, all gone. Any one owing me on account, I will appreciate a settlement as very much in need of money just at this time. in a lump. Small-po- x Groceries as cheap as the cheapest. Highest market prices for produce. Come atonce and get some of these bargains, would sell whole stock I arr Yours For Business, .A J. F. Canada, Crayne, Ky. :xkx:xxhwxkxkxmh5"m,J,J,'K Mi J Iffl IIP I HBlk hki)U ' iM p m s T R easonable Charges $ 111 i irm Wl derfake tt attto by I3W ? 4 T! u '"I attend the burial of her I'lii F3 day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of JudgeMMMA Miss Annie Phillips was in ment. Bidders will be prepared Marion one day last week. House Paint to comply promptly with these Dr. E. E. Newcom went to terms. J. G. ROCHESTER. gives greatest durability and beauty and best resists rain Evansville Sunday. Commissioner. Mrs. Belle Summerville is con- and shine. It costs less because it takes less and lasts longer. Come in and ask us to show you harmonizing col-lo- r templating a trip to Arkansas. How's This? Misses Gertie and Linnie Rich suggestions. We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reand Messrs. Marvin Truitt and ward for any case of Catarrh that Bob Heath were the guests of cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Mrs. B. F. Burton Sunday. F. J. CHENBT & CO.. Toledo. O. Frank Summerville and Dr. Wc, tho umlcrflKned, have known P. J. Cheney for tho last 15 yenrs, and believe H. D. Roberts were in Repton CITY MARSHALL'S SALE FOR TAXES him perfectly honorablo In all business transactions and financially able to carry Monday. out any obligations made, by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE. Lou Forley went to Shawnee- BY VIRTUE of Taxes due the city of Marion for the years Toledo, O. town, ill., one day last week to named amounting to the sums stated below I, or one of Deputies will Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, (Delayed from last week.) MATTOON to keep up same up. This is an excellent farm and in fine state of cultivation. Also 50 Acres of land known as the Ryan land in three separate boundries being same land conveyed to the heirs of John Ryan by T. P. Clark on the 15th day of November 1899 lying ner v the old Columbia mines. T tract is well improved and mak a nice little farm. To be Continued. Also the minerals and miner right underlying 40 Acres c land being a portion of the old homestead of Hughey Hughes deceased and being that portion of same which is bonnd as follows On the North by the lands of Jessie Perryman on the East by the lands by Alice B. Hughes and others, and on Ifie South by the lands of the great Northern Mining and Milling Co. and on the West by the hoirs of W. B. Davidson. This 40 Acres lies on the West side of the said Hughey Hughes homestead. Only the mineral and mineral rights underlying this 40 Acres tOge with the right of ingrees and egress to and over said 40 Acres of said land as well as the right to mine fiuor spar, lead, zinc and any and all other minerals unWith Pleasing Colors derlying same will be sold. For the purchase price the pur With our experience we can be of survice to you in sugchaser' with approved security gesting tasteful color schemes and combinations that will or secuities, must execute Bond, make your home appear to best advantage in its -u.-- er Joe Gets Some Advise. A week rolled away, and Miss Inogene Moss-S- he boss-H- ad d was free, of course, from her been busy assisting in household affairs, Making pies, sweeping floors and the dusting of chasrs. Joseph, too, had been busy still lifting up hods-- He had almost forgotten he'd ever hopp'd clods So still up went the bricks to the man at the top, With never a shirk and with scarcely a stop. One ev'ning, however, when Joe had quit work For the man at the top had cried, "Time is up Turk!" And had started for home, as was alwayi his plan, He was met on the way by the bald headed man. "Let me speak to you. Turk, just a moment," he said; I have heard that you've made up your mind soon to wed, Now, of course I can't blame you, 'tis better, I own, As the Bible has said, than to live all alone. "You've a good paying job, that of lifting up hods I'm agreeing with you, it beats hopping the clods And I'd like well to see you thus settled in life In a nice, happy home with a sweet loving wife. bald-heade- By virtue of various judgement and orders, of sale of the Crittenden Circuit Courts rendered at the March term of Court 1911, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tke Court House door in Marion to the highest bidder at public auctiou on Monday the 8th day of May 1911, at one o'clock p. m or thereabout being County day upon a credit of six Court months fthe following discribed property to wit: About fifteen acres of land lying within one mile of Marion on the Shady Grove road and adjoining W. N. Rochester all in cultivation and under a good fence and known as the Mrs. Judy Wheeler property. This is a very desirable lot. Also 117 Acres of land off of the Aleck Woody homestead well and sufficient amount of timber Paint Your Home ings. surround bearing leal interest from the zmfMXWnmri rwm ft! 1 T, H. Cochran & Co. 5 T-- ' :L'm father-in-la- w, z Every detail ended I experienced When you need men. our services simply telephonewe attend to everthing else. You can leave it all to us with the greatest confidence. Ask any friends whom we have assisted on this sad occasion they are our best reference, Mr. Mart. Dr. E. E. Newcom and wife were the guests of Brina Woody Monday. Mrs. Flay Daniels and little daughter, Marie, were the guests of Mrs. Brina Woody Monday. Mrs. Beck Nelson, who has been sick is somewhat improved. Frank Summerville was in Marion Monday. Would Bar Hobble tho blood and on Monday the 8th day of May 1911, between the hours of 10 a. m cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold and 2 o'clock P. M. at the court house door in Crittenden county, by all Druggists. Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, for cash Take Hall's Family nils fi)r constipation. in hand, the following property (or so much thereof as may be DEAREST. necessary to satisfy the amount of the taxes due and costs) to mu1909-1- 0 1908-9-1- 0 acting directly upon wit: " " Reuben Glore " Jas. Gilbert Giles Hamilton " J. A. Farmer A. W. Finley, house and lot ni Marion, " " $ 13.8 " " " " " " 1910 1906-7-8-9-- 10 1908-9-1- 0 y V Y V V ' ,. Everything of th best at reasonable prices Phone 53, Marlon, Kentucky. Remember we give gold stamps Is that sweet title. "Dearest!" Of all the terms at Love's command The truest and sincerest, Harem Skirts. Marion, Ky. Most winning name by nature planned Tallahassee, Fla., April 17. Is just "Dearest! TEETH Takiag No Caaices. Declaring that any woman who It reassures this heart of mine And sets the joy bells ringing. would wear a hobble or harem Dr H. B. Wolfe will be at Mistress (discussing the maid) Goes to my head like rare old wims. New joys and hopes upspringing, u skirt in public should be sent to Tolu, Ky., from May 3rd to 13th Yes, she's leaving to get marLet others call me as they will, ried, I asked her to get the jail, Repaesentive Tidwell y " s ihe kindest or severest. inclusive. man to pospone it until I could I heed them not. though, eood or 'arLV introduced a bill in the house While you still call me ,'Dearest!5 Parties in' need of dental ser- And John S. James, James heirs, one house and lot 1910 1910 Mrs. S. F. Murphy house and lot This, April 7th, 1911, A. S. CANNAN, City Tax Collector, 21.75 4.85 41.70 9.05 7.40 Of all sweet words of pen or tongue of love the 3.90 ToThat speak poor, to old clearest, rich and and young, ask thee not for costly gifts, For vows all break when love's adrift, Nor vows of love sincerest, But when you cajl me "Dearest" I rest content, nor wish for more; It brings me joy unfailing For Love's at anchor close to shore And has no thought of sailing. I US Otf Tl m i V WS 3 TS J, 1 JVitf "Pi yi' ft ?'.i t- - to-da- -- W. 0. Tucker, Furniture Company i M making it a misdemeanor for a woman to wear either of these garbs in public. Amid much laughter the measure was referr ed to the Committee on Indian "i teeth several get another maid; but she said vice should come in early as it maybe necessary to treat the she did'nt feel well enough acquainted with him to ask him tq days before filling UU U1HU WASHED K , or crowning. Satisfaction guaranteed, and examination free. , lASa.fU5Ai L CON notice f iliiiiiiilWlaiMiiill ii il" ii ii i" "ii iii'i' 1 ,1$?, lv11'V3"i'. St vBeir - ;?,"'i rr, .'. rttfi:6. t . Until ' r iurthr a A m'' V ana aeuvewist our miu. a. ma j ... ,Ai wuuvn miUftmti w y pip SPECIAL SHOWING OF WHITE GOODS, LACES AND FLOUNCINGS. Every description of White Goods Tror 3S!'is$!?S3,2?4 "-.I, -.- ,,, w.' V - . ' ' . WCTt'tti - "WIWWll.UlBJ?r'TS32E?,7..v.. a ?Lr "v V ". .V. ' 7--' rJ M SPRING TALK. QLASSY FUNISH YOUR H&ME CLOTHING. 1! CLOTHES EG-TOr can be found at this store. Don't invest any money until we can show you these, Persian Lawns, Organdies, French Batists, India Linens, Flaxons, Checks, Stripes, Linen, Lawn Linens, Suitings, Flouncings. and All-over- THE BEST STYLE CLOTHING. The new Tans, Browns, Grays and Blue Serges in plain and fancies, just right for the conservative dresser, and nobby enough for the young man. x AT THE CARPET AND RUG STORE Big Assortment of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs And Lace Curtains. Big Values Aud New 4 Wp!j Patterns. We Can Suit You A complete stock of Val. and Lin- en Laces. All At Special Low SPECIAL BOY'S CLOTHING. QUALITY IN CLOTHES Has been our hobby for years. Suits that fit, that wear, and have excellence, we have shown men how to dress well for years, and have money left for other things. all-around Price. W. FOOTWEAR THAT APPEALS TO ALL WHO WANT! MORE NEW SILKS. The Kind Those Stylish THE' STYLE QUALITY AND PRICES. Dresses. The Best Styles. At Tne Least Price. WE SAVE YOU DOLLARS ON ALL YOUR CLOTHES. Men And Boys Hats, Caps And Furnishing Goods. HATS AND CAPS FOR CHILDREN. ATHLETIC CUT CLOTHES" j ATHLETIC CLTTCLOTHES" ALL LEATHERS For Men, Women And Children. Anything You Want i' .j In The Do Goods Line. You'll Find A Complete Stock Here. ALL KAHN DREYFUS TRADE WHERE YOUR DOLLARS GO FURTHER, NEW KHN DREYFUS YORK CO. You Can Get What You Want From Us. NEW YORK 6 CO. LEATHERS AND STYLES. PRICED LESS. YANDSLL-GUGEEHEI- M COMPANY. bacco trust is a corporation conducted to make every dollar possible for its stockholders, many of whom live in foreign countries. ng to buv to- This concern is bacco just as low as it can be bought This tobacco trust is in If the control of the market. is not in position to say fanner what his tobacco is worth , the trusa will name the price, and do you think that price would be a good one? If you believe the tobacco trust will get in sympathy with the farmer and pay him a big price for his tobacco when it does not have to do it, you'd better get it out of your head right now and get your tobacco into the pool. If you do not like the association, pool as a business proposition. It is a financial proposition. It means dollars to you. It means an education and comforts for your children inresidences stead of million-dolla- r and luxurious living for the members of the tobacco trust. With the association you name the price. Without the association-thtobacco trust will name it. Which shall it be?" Henderson JDUBDQ E? Kf fa" l . M. ; k 3 fAirrrt- js'.t Cfje Crittcribcn Cxctorb.prrsa as much as necessary, and if the turn to the advertising again If returns were enough to compen- you could enter the homes when Marion, Ky., May, 4, 1911 sate for the burdens we had to the local newspaper is distribnt-ed- , you would find a similar bear. searching scrutiny of the store Futhermore, if any such tax S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. were laid on us indefinitely for news. The reason is obvious. The matter February 9th the support of such an industry, Entered ai 37 at tbe postotiice at Marion. Kentucky, under we would be questioning wheth- general news relates to things eAct of Congress ol March j, 1873. er it was an economical invest- not directly connected with the ment. personal interest of the reader. $1.50 per year. 75 cents for five months. In the national field, the man The advertising talks about one's 20 cents for one month. who receive these subsidies have every day interests, like clothing been permitted to name their and house furnishings and perCASH ADVERTISING RATKS: :;c per inch S. C to Icreik'n Advertisers. own figures to friendly receptive sonal belongings. 20c per incli S. C to Home Advertisers ds rate. In appeals to the ever present committees. When the ConsumMetal bases only used for Plates and Electros, Locals metier line. er, the long suffering fellow who desire to livo comfortably and Locals 10c Per line in twelve point tPe. CASH Obituaries ts per line and to reduce the cost had to pay, rose to have an Card of Thank et' per fine. WITH COPY Resolutions of Ksspect bill read aloud in public of living. How can people help meetings, he was promptly hush, reading them. We are authorized to announce ed down as out of order. Thomas S. Rhea, of Logan counTOBACCO TIDINGS. ty as a candidate for treasurer, Some of the merchants who of the state of Kentucky, subject hold to the older business metto the action of the democratic hods do not quite realize how The following article from the primary, to be held July 1 1911. modern trade has abandoned its Morganfield Post is so cheering I reproduce headlines and all: former passive attitude. Our older men will recall a FINE PROGRESS IS BEING MADE. Three weeks of Congress have time when buyers of manufactemphasized the unusual spectacle ured goods used to visit the factof a Republican president reach- ories to make their purchases. Now Believed That There Will Be More Tobacco Pooled in ing across the party chasm for Manufacturing then was pretty This County Than Ever Herethe help his own followers deniep well concentrated in the Easttofore Union County Farmhim. ern states, and long and difficult ers Propose to Keep From UnReciprocity was ever a favorite journeys were taken to see the der Heel of Tobacco Trust. with the republicans high goods personally. chant since the days of James priests, A manufacturer of those days G. Blaine. It gave a ring of would have laughed at the idea "While it is pretty early in the "sweetness and light" to the that he spent his good money season to venture a prediction, party platforms. The men who in sending out salesmen on cost- yet from the reports that are now pulled the wires were glad ly junketing to jolly up the re- prevalent the tobacco pool in enough to swap platform planks tailers. He was sure of a certain Union county will be greater than s freely," as long as the trade by sitting in his tracks' and known in any prtvio'i" year. The del waiting for the business to come pooling papers ha- c not yet beer kept their off the choice of out a great while, but it is underegates. to his door. Today the buyers sit down in stood there is less hesitation on Reciprocity was a friendless waif in the crowd that used to their stores and wait for the the part of the farmer in signing control Congress. They had a manufacturers to send salesman up than in previous years. "This shows that the fanners special pigeon hole made with a to see them, and manufactories of this county do not expect to that fail to do this lose their trade. false bottom for its interment. But a remnent of retailers again place themselves beneath And now come the wicked Democrats, who never made anv par- still think they can do business on the mighty heel of the tobacco ticular virtue of reciprocity. But the old time principle of letting trust. The association is, of singularly enough, they alone trade come to you. The public course, not perfect, and can not can be depended on to pass it. however, assumes that the man be expected to be. Sonic memIts like the man in the Bible who who thus fails to play the game bers find fault with it, but when said he wonld goanddid not, and of merchandising lacks confidence they think of what will happen to the man who said he wouldn't go in his goods, since he is not wil- the tobacco growers if the asling to pay the ordinary expenses sociation should die when they but he did. recall how merciless the tobacco Protecting home industries of selling them. basThe newspaper advertisement trust was a few years ago when really rests on just the same is as maintaining the industries serves with marvelous efficiency it bought up fine crops of tobacco of one's own tow.n. Most of us as the retailer's traveling sales- at an average of 3 cents a pound, believe in buying at home, even if men. It tells his story to thous- and how the farmer was powerit costs us a little more. Some of ands of readers in the time a less to help himself, he again beus 'would pay a good size tax if salesman would spend talking to comes proud of the great organization of farmers despite the fact we could thereby get more indus- one customer. Watch a train load of people that there are some things about tries here. But few of us would pay any when the new periodicals are it he does not like. No big or- sucn tax, unless we naa every brought in. Two out of three gauization could be formed and conducted in a way that would be opportunity to scrutinize the inr turn first to the advertising. side figures of th&idel,',Yand lu They read the stories and articles satisfactory to every one. "Take this from us. The to see whether we hadioia Iwjoe a' little 'afterward, and finally mm ' rAKWLm; m ... i ' n 'X fi&w 4 second-clas- s Reo.-ateone-Iiaiti-miz- ed e By James N. Banks. The Hustler reports an en- high-brow- - thusiastic meeting at Madison-vill- e last Saturday, as follows: The farmers who are heart and soul in the upholding of the Stemming District Association and who believe in the ultimate victory against the trusts, were encouraged by the large crowd of Hopkins county farmers that gathered at the court house Saturday afternoon to discuss and hear discussed the situation as it now stands and as it affects the farmer. There is little doubt now but that the farmers of this county will again be one of the counties to pool this year's tobacco crop. "W. W. Wilson presided at the meeting and the speakers were given close attention. "General Manager William Elliot, of Henderson, was present and made a statement of the operations of the Association and showed that the expense of handling the immense crop by the association was less than $2.00 on the $100., not $2.00 on the hundred pounds of tobacco, as many seemed to think. , E. S. Davenport, of Muhlenberg county, made an excellent talk Vio .v'-i- On account of a Farmers Union meeting at Mt. Zion the 13th of May. The meeting of the stock holders of the Farmers Union Tobacco factory will be poisoned until the 20th of May. G. B. Taylar to their cobrs, but they are tired Chairman. of bearing the burden in order to give the outsider a top price, and if the outsider did not wish to come in, the pool would be dis- Morrow Delcines To Run For Nomination For Governor. solved here and then, he said, folly the outsider would see the Lexington, Ky., April 27. of remaining out, just as the P. Morrow, United States outsider did in the Burley district. Attorney for the Eastern Ken- "Louis Hancock made a short talk explaining several details tucky district, jn a signed card conclusively settles the question of the work." Henderson Journal. whether he would be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor. Mr. Morrow, as had been expected, declines to Ministers And Members Meeting. make the race, and thus leaves The annual meeting of Bap- his uncle, Senator W. O. Bradtist, of the Ohio River Associa- ley, free to give his influence to tion, met with Caldwell Spring any other candidate he may choose church. The body organized by Mr. Morrow is attending the electing Bro. P. A. Clark, of session of the United Stated, Pinkneyville, moderator; R. A. court at Richmond and sent above LaRue. Clerk. The program of announcement by messenger to the meeting was taken up after this city. enrollment of members. The discussions were edifying and NOTICE. brotherly. Bro. LaRue contended earnestly for woman's place The stockholders of the Farin church work as subjective, mers Union Tobacco Association, unofficial, womanly. Bro. Can-na- n sent an able, helpful paper You are hereby notified to mee on "The Ideal Sabbath School." at Marion at the Court House on Bro. Pierce showed clearly from Saturday, May 13, 1911, at one the scriptures that pastors should o'clock, p. m., business of imnot have charge of more than portance, come. one church. So we called ourG. B. Taylor, chairman. selves "supplies." The sermons by Bros. Gibbs and Kinsblving The Annual meeting of the were characteristic of the men Kentucky State Dental Associatand greatly enjoyed by the large congregation. Bro. Gregston dis- ion, to be held in Owensboro, May Promises to be of more cussed the practicability of country churches having every Sun- than usual interest to the dentday preaching. Practical because ists of this and neighboring scriptural. Bro. McNeeley open- States on account of the numerous new methods and appliances ed discussion on "Is the annual protracted meeting best for our which will be exhibited there. Dentistry, unlike many profeschurches?" Most of the speaksions, cannot be learned altogethers pointed out objections to books and magazines, them. Bro. Wells opened dis- er frm and consequently, it is almost it cussion on "Is the mourners' atory for the progressive den-tebench scriptural?" to attend these meetings. Lightning striking a tree near Several dentists fromJOhio ind-- , the church, and killing a mule, iana and Illinois will giye clinics; brought the meeting to an in fact everything indicates that close, and rain prevented this will bethe largest and best meeting ever held in 'Kentucky. the usual meeting on Sunday, All ethical members of the pro "striking" close. a fession are Invited to attend this The , entertainment of the meeting. lf ; ! ! 23-242- the association and since. He showed that the price of tobacco had been raised double in price by the Association. "He showed that tobacco had dropped one-hasince the Bur-le- y pool failed for last year. "He said it was the policy of the association men to stand true A CORRECTION. 5, ob--l- st xciting Av . a ..;tfj&A iiv ..- -', ,. ,x&i2 '.. ttM which hey reviewed wtnliilina 'r' oviaflnor nrifi mA irk' & ij& T7T, !? vitTm.. InriTiif it iifm IT tlwi !. . r " J nra ,.? ht uWu4fWPIMiu v" Xt&J&tevffl ulri b i ' - m. ',.S.Ji?Xv (1 A ' - 11 .& TrTMlflgri Jj i. Uf- - ..iVj frXWUMai iWtJil .. . . '.. t'a . 4- - YOU SAVE THE "NIFTY" SUPTS $$$ Tb wff ADING HERE. wwvw. SHOES AND OXFORDS THAT STAND THE TEST, ow 'iWUIPP 'A', ' J f! V JUST WILL SELL, i If - THEY ARE MADE RIGHT i.- THIS ACCOUNTS FOR THE INCREASE IN OUR CLOTHING SALES. THEY ARE MADE TO FIT, WEAR, AND HOLD THEIR SHAPE. YOUNG OR OLD House Cleaning Means That You Wii Want Druggets, Rugs; Carpets Or Mattings. We save you Money. Regular $1 7.50 Rug $15.00, $15,00 Rug $12.50 $12,50 Rug $10,50, Small Rugs in Proportion. Matting Rugs 9 x 12 For $3,00, 36 x 72 for fifty Cents We Cant Tell You About All The excellent Values This Time But Wall Give Yvu A Hint On Shirts, With Or Without Collars From Fifty Cents To $2.50. fl SHOES i'l n. Arc Those Of Course That Wear You Best. About these thing? of course vou know, Pf51 It's not because we told you so, You who have worn Yr Made We cannot suggest anything Kooler or more Komfortable for warm weather than a pair of our them, praise our shoes, This of course, still Korrect Shape Oxfords that conform to the natural lines of the human foot. YOU LIKE GOOD CLOTHES. ocr Korrect Shape models spreads the news. You who don't, A Large Variety of Styles and Shapes to choose from They cannot help but satisfy you. Ask about our Burrojaps Patent Become a Korrect Leather. Shape enthusiast today. Burt & Packard Co., Maktrs Prockton, (Mats. ISOLD WE'VE GOT THEM AND AT EXCEEDINGLY by all means should, Then we'd all LOW PRICE TOO be feeling good. B! j t -- lor & Cannan, Wlari nwrtBMfaj'tiii. entucky. To The Stockholders Of The Tayjcr & Cannan. r:E. . -- i.r-- mmu. SffSSSST imtcuan i. v5( Tpr For the best Dentistry see Dr. Crawford. Marion Bank Building. Mrs. D: Wadell, of Salem was - .the guest of her brother, Ernest Butler and family on College -- street Tuesday. Preaching at Deans School house next Sunday evening at 3 o'clock by Rev. T. C. Gebauer. Frank Dodge has invented a very unique and convenient display rack for carpets, druggets, Rugs, and mattings, you should see it, also the splendid values he has on display on it? I will buy any kind of young stock. See me when ready to sell. Marion Mrs. A. H. Cardin. Ky., R. F. D. No. 2 Rev. W. T. Oakley, was called to MadisonYille Sunday to preach the funeral of Fred Quiry. He returned home Tuesday on the noon train. Dental work guaranteed satisfactory by Dr. Crawford. Gray Rochester will be the Junior Orator at the State University on arbor day which will be celebrated with fitting ceremonies. Mr. Rochester has been selected to make the closing address on the campus in front of the main building after the trees have been planted. For land's sake use Bowker's fertilizer. For sale by R. H. Kemp, phone No. M. 2 rings. John Duffy, a well known citizen of the Crayne section, a son- f Andy Woodall, and father of nine children died at his home Sunday and was buried Monday. He was 56 years old and died on his farm on which he was born and had lived all of his life. His wife and nine children survive him. Jesse Olive the head of the hardware firm of Olive & Walker has been ill and confined much of the time for two weeks at his home. His sons, Guy and Raymond are looking after things in good style at the store. A11 in-la- Brood sow to let out on the! ALL WORK GUARANTEED F. W. Nunn. DUNTIST ocMcr I so KES. 5'J S M 1'RtSS BlILIIlNft. Next Sunday morning Rev. T. Gebauer will preach at 11 o'clock at the Southern Presbyterian Church, Text Mark C. 10-14. Steropicon lecture at Southern Presbyterian church next Sunday evening at 7:30 by Rev. T. C. Gebauer. Miss May Hoyt of Sturgis was the guests of Mr. and Mrs Creed A. Taylor, and of the Misses Dris-ki- ll Sunday. Dr. Henry Crawford, who was severly burneU by steam when the vulcanizer in his office exploded, had so far recovered as to be able to resume his work last Monday. w J. W. GOODLOE. IrVUfonrlov, rV. I?,.mara Prnrlnno Mis. J. E Dean of Crider was ' Exchange the guest of friends here WedThere will be a metting of the nesday. members of the above AssociatMiss Maude Hurley, returned ion on Saturday May 20th, 1911. Tuesday from a pleasant visit of All who have stock either paid 10 days to Judge and Mrs. W. A. or subsribed are asked to be preBlackburn, in Paducah. sent. By order of Committee. Henry & Henry the monument men of this place, have just erected a handsome monument Now is the time get rid of your to the grave of the late Henry rheumatism. You will find Chaniber-luin'-s Liniment wonderfully elTective. and also One application will convince you of j Bennett of Dycusburg set a monument to the grave of Its meiits. Try it. For sale by all the late Henry Mitchel. Both dealers. the above parties were well known men of Crittenden county BABY CHICKS AND EGGS and the fine monuments which Eggs & Chicks from High Class mark their graves, are in good keeping with the prominence of Barred Plymouth Rocks, heavy layers, Eggs, 75cts, per 15 or these gentlemen, while in life. $2.50 per 50, $5.00 per 100. I bplieve Hays' Specific to be " I ! shares. Ice coupon books are now on sale at five per cent discount for $1.00, $3.00, $5.00 and cash. $10.00 books are sold for 95cts, tilizer. , $2.85, $4.75 and $9.50. We open Hon. P. S.Maxwell, of Marion, no accounts and sell nothing on passed through Princeton Tues. credit. Marion Ice & Cold Storage Co. day on his way to Ardmore, Okla. , Roy Gilbert, Manager. where he will visit relatives. Caldwell County News. Mrs. A. H. Cardin, of View Avas in the city Tuesday, She and of three FOR RENT:-Ho- use recently returned rooms. The house is on west Tier husband from St. Petersburg Fla., where Depot street. Roy Hurley. tf T. J. McConnell has returned from Hydro, Oklahoma, where he was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Handly. His son, Charlie See R. H. Kemp before buy did not return but will remain ing your fertilizer. Price is out there, as he has a job and right. The goods are right. wanted to stay with his sister. Try them my brother and you will use no other Bowker's Fer- STILL RUNNING. Our Piessing Shop is still running and I am still doing all kinds of job work in the tailoring line. Have a nice line of Spring and Summer samples and you will do well to see them before buying. Call ioS-rings and let us call for your pressing, 2 M. E. FOHS, Main Street. they spent the winter. FOR mixed, SALE:-C- ar load of Hay First class timothy and clover, Bailed. Roy Hurley. J 1 Fred Quiry, of Madisonville, died Saturday at noon and was buried at 12 o'clock at Mt. Zion, cemetery 4 miles north of Madisonville, the services being conducted by Rev. W. T. Oakley, in the presence of a large congregation.' The deceased was a bro-"- " ther of Mrs. EJmanuel Stephens, formerly of this place, but now of Guthrie. She attended the , funeral. Mr. Quirey is survived by his wife and three children. Take Notice Big Aviation "'Meet, Paducah, May,18 and 19, - Sam Carnahan, of Blackford, Monday, May 1st was was here several days assisting Union county's one hundredeth in the great Orange gift sale at birth-dait having severed its the corner store of Carnahan connection with Henderson counBros. & Dodge. ty May 1st 1811. Clyde and Clarence Gilliland, of Baled oats for sale at A. H. Miss., who spent two weeks here Travis farm at $12.00 per ton. the guest of their parents have A. F. Woolfe. returned to their work in the Miss Maude Hurley, of Marion, south. is visiting her sister, Mrs. WalRev. Goodwin of Franklin Ky., ter Blackburn, of 1127 Broadway. filled the pulpit at the Main St., Last y, Harion, Ky., Apr., 26 1911--- 1 this date tock up :.nd impounded the following discribed cattle to wit:. One pole red steer, two yrs. old past, weight about COO lbs. unmarked, has horns. One red heifer Calf, 7 or 8 months old, unmarked, has white head, wt. about 150 lbs. Also one brown and white spot-e- d calf 7 or S months old unmarked wt. about 175 lbs. the stock was taken up off the the streets of Marion while run-ni- g at large is violation of city ordinance, and if the stock within described is not called for on or before May 12th 1911. I will sell same at my residence in Marion Ky., to pay for impounding, keeping and feeding same as pro- an ef divided by city ordinance, Sale Baby Chicks, lOcts, each, fectual and complete cure for eczema, to take place nt 1 o'clock p, m. W. S. LOWERY. and a valuable remedy for other ills, I A. S. Cannan am not interested, directly or indirect 4 t Marion, Ky. ly, m the medicine, but I am acquaintCity Marshall, ed with the gentlemen who are putting found Master, it up and know they are strictly busiJudge Gordon Back Home ness men, and would not fool away Judge J. F. Gordon returned their time with anything even rem- T n.ttnnm.1111 lilinrv n liffmKun. Wednesday afternoon from Bal?...' MEET that the remedy that they are selling lard county where he cleared a EDITORS has cured some ugly cases of eczema. heavy docket in the circuit court I have taken it for indigestion, and it AT CERULEAN has given me more reliof than any of that county. The judge is ready to take up his official duties other prescription I have ever tried. Louisville, Ky, ' April 22. At John K. Hendrick, Attorney, Paducah, here Monday when court conKy. a meeting of a committee reprevenes. Hustler. senting the Kentucky Press AsIs there anything in all this world Mrs. Gus Taylor's Sister that is of more importanace to you sociation, in the Leather Room of Snffers A Relapse than good digestion? Food must be the Seelbach to select a place for eaten to sustain life and must be diMrs. Harvey Moore, who has gested and converted into blood. When the annual meetings of Kentucky Association, Cerulean been ill of typhoid fever about the digestion fails the whole body suf- Pr.ess fers. Chamberlain's Tablets tro ra- Springs was agreed upon five weeks, and who was thought tional and and the reliable cure tor indigestion. to be improving steadily though They increase the flow of bile, purify date set for June 19 to 23 next. slowly, suffered a relapse Sun- the blood, strengthen the stomach, Estill Springs and Jackson, day, and Mrs. Lockett, the train and tone up the wholo digestive appaBreathitt county Ky., made efed nurse who nad attended her, ratus to a natural and healthy action. For sale by all dealers. forts to land the convention. was again hastily summoned from Henderson arriving yester day. Princeton Leader. ve vs rr rfl V, ! 'us 4 -- A Burglar's Awful Deed , Paducah Sun' Col. D. C. Roberts of Roiclare mines was'here last week several days the guest af his san, G. P. Roberts. His headquarters are now Presbyterian church last Sunday morning and evening and preached two good sermons which were much enjoyed by all those present. may not paralyze a home so completely as a mother's long illness. But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a splendid remedy for women. "They gave me wonderful benefit in constipation and female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C. Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, try them, 25 cents at Haynes & Taylor's and Jas. H. Orme's drug stores. Who Can Beat ro sett h " s JBUM fakes tifes ilk e rro Easv'' .. uH fWJ H SM teet in rriii vour Oxfords Crossett - yw Mn. Dollar. V. . ;' Ills. Rev. A, J. Thompson, pastor Rail-roa- d will be $3.05 for of the Ghapel Hill congregation fare years past was the round trip, tickets on .sale, for twenty-eigh- t presented by his members with only on May 18 and 19, good to a beautiful gold watch as a tokreturn Mav20. the chance to see the en of their confidence, love and fNow is Flyinsr Men and Machines so esteem. 'Rev. Thompson is pas jnarQnW,7don't':fil toTgo.,, tor,atCrane and at Frances and v at Golcodda, "Mrs. G. U. Dollar, of this city imFARM FOR SALE-F- or has 252 spring chfekens and 248 mediate sale I offer at a sacrifice eggs setting. price my farm of about 275 acres in ttardin County one mile east Hays Medicine Co. : I was confined of White" Mills on Nolan River. in bed with RHEUMATISM for six Has new eight room house, barn weeks. My family physician li and etc. Crops already planted ,waa Douna to grow worse as i said grew go with the farm. older. I .took Haya Specific and now I Mrs. Mary A. Ames. , am note how firmly, yet gently, they hug the heel. Here s one. . 1 other Crossett styles. Choose yours. SUVTvV A beauty, in durable patent leather. High heel and toe. Many $4 to H trtgjwfcm a VpPHb - '"'.u.-r- i.VB . 'if.i i 13 .SW 'AAW " . - ... ' " ?.. .cih. SMaa "EAilTiX ji" &t32& iWUfaiHUfcKy.w Ky.u .v.. . .. - Paduwh; M' .uiA13.lirtfci ft "drMi f. wti1' fnns1 , ' .sF&kiAjrh. itfi." tesm ., ?x: '? ij"''1 jgyjyHSfr Continued from page 2. lucky 10.000 to of our rtate It furnlMics It l the 15.000k on election day: Democracy loolta la tht to which HjTie of Mttle, and yet this Krcat dl tiict-hju- i honorwl In hH the pvtr history of th Democratic party for more than n. hundred years with tho election of one of her suns a tho nominee or the Democratic party Tho dl.rlct In which tfctutor 1'nynter now liven has furnished a United State-- " cenator Nra Kentuckj for three-fourtof tho time slno; Kentucky was admitted Into the Union. Ana I FUhtnlt to a fair democracy that It li only Juft that the G'hraltar democratic district of the state should for one time n mora tlian a century be plvon tho nomof the ination is .the jrtuidard-lmtrw- r Democratic party for the United Suite--given you our ponatormhlp. We have vottn in all the ?tn!Ksles tar oil tho." years wlthont complaint. We wbmlt to the falrmlndcdnesi of tlw people of th whole rtate that this reqmxt la mors am than rrnmiuible. It Is truo I upon a member of the Krovit committee nyi hold and Menn, the first Democrat to clay the plnw from Kentuckv since the of Cnrllolo, of Reck, of BreekenrldRe and Montgomery fouRbt my way to the front bearing the stalnle-- s banner of tho rlshts. If I have endtiared myx.lf to my colleagues. It was beonuo I wns n Democrat and a lover of thij rlphts of men. a believer In Justice to all humanity, and that I bore no whitewash brushes nor lias of truce to the Republican party Appreciates Paynter's Compliment. While I appreciate greatlr the high compliment my unwllllns opponent pays mo In nayini; that I ou?ht to be kept In the !ioum that the people can not spare me that forum. I can not say for him that he ought to le kept In the senI the one rock ate. TIja senate ralnrt which the s!?h of the people for rell the last stand of It brik. plutocracy: It U th rendezvous of the lair of corporTted lnterts; It Is the Kentucky neeJ of ate The one who Is one who will :'?it for tht-mtheir friend and untfrald. The Democrats c the Senate RepudN bul-worn li. V kv serVice for the battleship Utah, bearing the likeness of Bigham Young former head of the Mormon church. A letter from Cardinal Gibbons voicing strong opposition to the gift, was received at the navy department yesterday. Says Wife Spent Too Much For Soda Water. Evang ville, Ind., April 23. Frank Tralor, a street car coih-ductor, has sued his wife, Elizabeth Traylor, for divorce, alleg ing that she spent most of her money on soda water and nickle shows, and failed to buy food for the table. 1 HJ l The NaughlyHcn. Tho Flrt roncrelonal district of Ken U tin- Olliraltar Democratic district Never Had a Senator. V Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been in uso for over SO years, hns borne the signature of and lins been made under his per-aonal supervision since Its Infancy. but and" Experiments that trlilo with and endanger the health of Infants nnd Children Expcrieuco against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Imitations Just-os-good'are sw.r. ' -ryh Small Rachel had been in the country for the first time, apd for only a few days. In the yard she saw one evening a hen gathering her chickens under her wings for the night. Flonrising her apron the girl ran at the hen exclaiming: "Shoo, shoo! you naughty Sick headache results from a disorthing! you mustn't sit down on dered condition of the stomach, and those pretty little birds." Har- can be cured by the use of Chamber-Iain'- s per's. Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by all dealers. Whv 'SI t i4 I 'ft 1 Never Out 01 Work. iiiow noonoioaeceiveyouininis. Fxnerlment r In. J What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless Mibsti.uto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is it3 guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. l t :.? . vi for ovpr sixteen years in million of homes for cnuirh?, rolds, croup and all throat and bronchial troubles. You can get it anywhere. Look for the bell on the bottle. .ii-- MA If IICII ASA. Ubll a hppn trirH with sntisfnptinn . -- The busiest little things ever made are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every stopping pill is a globule of health, OID.K A lUnnCi that changes weakness into strength, A modern parallel of Joshua's languor into energy, brain, fag into power; curing constipation, headache, miracle of old was furnished in chills, dyspepsia and malaria. Only the stopping of the flow- - of the 25c at Haynes & Taylor's and Jas. H. Chicago River while the twin Orme's, Marion, Ky. in. lo A tuver t sugar-coate- d Eagles, As Well As Dogs Know Good Sheep. i frn to-d- ty 1 GENUINE riv CASTORIA Bears tho Signature of ALWAYS p i err. . r ate Paynter. Senator Iiyntor aVs the Democrat-- of Kentucky to ipproie Ms rcc irn. and yet with a shirking that Is almost shameless to thoe arts of he faiU to call his political ncord which have brought " attt-n'lo- (mjt&iZZZrti T&8 Pittsburg, Mass., April ,26 Two monster eagles swooped down over the farm of Robb De P. Titus, at Tyringham late yesterday and, seizing two Egyptian sheep, carried them aloft and out of sight. him Into ie white light of public attention. He asks the people of Kentucky to pprovt his record, and yet when tariff bill was undor consideration with Its 4,.Vhi schedule which llvi You Haie Always Bought !n Use7 For Over TM? -- oppress humanity, with the unlimited r:r ?TTZF2?T?l f ZA i. A. 3.TT7. 1. CINTAUn CSVriNY, MURflAV BTRCCT. ., 30 Years. CIT NKW YORK The Sheep were valued at $100 apiece, having been sent over Mrs. Monroe C. Ashley. from Egypt by Mr. Titus when Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hughes. PILES! PILES! PILES! he was engaged in e."cavctlng the palace of Rameses II. It is Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will GROUP CONQUERED elaimedthat the stock was desen- - cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays itching ded from a flock of an ancient at once, acts as a poultice, gives inEgyptian King. stant relief. Williams' Indian Pile Every Mother Should Read And It Storlled The world tube for the La Salle Street tunnel of the Chicago street railway system was being sunk into place, says Popular Mechanics. The precaution was necessary as" the enormous tube is 278 ft. long and 41 ft. in width, would otherwise have darned the river, proberly resulting in the displacement of the tunnel and serious damage to the bridde and shipping of Chicago's busy waterway. Card Of Thanks. We desire to thank all who assisted us during time of sickness and death of Monroe C. Ashley, husband and brother. May God reward each of you, and may you also find, when needed, the willing hands and sympathizing hearts that you extended to us. CROOK til) UHKKK. (Delayed from last week.) EM MA US (Delayed from last week.) I EC E S OLLIE M. JAMES, right of dtbite at. J amenumunt which In Uie sc--i n. wlUi the vistcd Inter esta writing the-- e outrag-riutch.Iulc of taxation In o this l vv the Senator h.s nMuth In opposition to nrer tho opprvsMve viheduks which efftct tho tilings mvt neled In the homes of our poople. The f inner wis being taxed, the laborer was taed. the imxchant, the mociuinic, tli business man, and yet the Senator with weeks and months of time at his disposal ddrlng this discussion nwtr rose to point out to the senwrongs ate ujid to the country thot-upon llMit were bing attempted th American isjple upm the things most recdVl by th"m Uut not so when Lorl-mo! the "blond boss" from Chlcngo, tin; the man wlu Republican millionaire, voted for the force bill to reduce south-- i rn p'preM.'iitatlon, to plate back upon , the white people of the South the lilac!; rule of negro domination, and who voted uns-iwho were elected Democrats, to by the voice of the people from southern status. Yet when i.orlmer. who was j ' cted bv currupt methods, the like of which lias never dlgraced any other ably. v'th the possible exception of T ig't.lnlm, who Unucht ills seat In Co! who said In oiuilo this man I.nri-K- T, his speech upon the flir of the sonata that hu Vf:wl as AUPIch did; Aldrlch was his leailer and when the bells ran? for the vote he went Into 'he senate an it right"" or "Is It did not ask. wrong?" "Dot the bill ttx humanity, or Couch Remedy, " writes Mrs. T. B. Sunday School at Emmaus does It relieve their burdens?" Rut he Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best every Sunday morning at 10 onlv .iked the brutnl iUetlon, "How did Aldrlch vote? I vote as he votes." When cough remedy on the market for this man's title to a Mflt was under disEverybody invited to o'clock. cussion In the s nale upon a report which coughs, colds and croup." For sale Senator I'awiter helped to make tho by all dealers. attend. Kentucky Senator found time to speak for hours In thp defence of this man. who wns elected by these corrupt methods, who stands for everything that oppresses mankind, who Is the agent of tho Th" Senator for hours. In ths name of Kentuckv ard reproentingher r. proud ivMiple, spoke In .'efense of Ivorl-mAnd yet, fellow citizens, this same Senator Larimer, who was elected by this corruiitlon. a corruption so glaring and autnge-iuthat four men, conscience trlcken, who tr .1; hilbes went forward unrt confcs(d. Implicating three other members of the legislature who. they laid, corrupted them, making sewn In nil. But Senator Paynter says you should deduct the seven from the total number of votes, and If IorInirr hoI a majority at tho-- e remaining then lio was entitled No wonder the Republican to his seat jennto created a place for tho st.nator upon the committee of the Judiciary: It do not elevate him to is a wonder thf-the supreme court of the t'nlted States; holding that he made. In my Judgfor tho ment, would not find respectable approva' nnywhere. Tho Idea of saying that a man may become a candidate for olflco and may go forth and bribe tho number down to whro he has a majority of those unbilled nnd get the olllce Is tho tnnouncement of a doctrine that would undermine he Republic and make the ennto. more than It Is now, tho bulwark nt plutocracy, bribery and corruption. who takes Say there are a hundred members in tho legislature, and sav that I have M honpride in the beauty of tha home est men Who are for mo nnd my oppocan work wonders with nent has 74 who are for him: all I have to do, according to tho doctrine of the distinguished Senator, the doctrine hu Involked to hold Lorlmer In his sent, 13 to go and bribe 49 of the men who are 49 from for him, and then you of 74, anil the tota.1 numlerremaining 25, 20 boing a I will bo majority ot his of tho poo-pi- n nrrUed to the seat One-ha- lf would have been disfranchised anil hrlbetT, twartal, corrupt nnd Impudent Old floors can berefinished in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color would have triumphed and the membtr no nutter what surface you have, if you work according to direction, desired elected which are simple and easily followed. s oiM-neg r. , t -' I 1 (ys-tems Sunday School every Sunday J. T. Butler, who has been on 3 o'clock. Come one the sick list for some time, is come all. able to be Up again. Roy Fritts and Miss Electa Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hill, of Simpson went to Elizabethtown, Chapel Hill, were the guests of III., April 16th, and were marMr. and Mrs. Ravmond Fox Satried. urday and Sunday. Bailes Paris and wife, of visited her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Dollie Warner and sis- Saturday and Sun-- 1 ters, Juliet and Nora Hodge, Jane Fritts, day. who have been visltincr relatives Forest Herigas has sold his here, have returned to their farm td E. J, Corley for $400.00. n0me in Arkansas. Eb Gilbert and wife, of Com- Herschel Butler passed through modore mines, were the guests :here Sunday enroute to Pleasant of her father, Anthony Mur Ridge. phy, Sunday. Miss Efiie Butler and Ben Oakley Hughes and wife, of Ford' Howard were the guests of Miss Freedom, visited M. V. ' Katherine Fox Friday afternoon. and family Sunday. ' Roy Thurman visited Gordon Miss Grace Sunderland.' of Brown Sunday. Seven Springs, will teach a J. W. Arflak will leavethis ' Spn-nf- f school at Owen school week lor Morganiield. house. Misses Ora and Katey Ford Ben and :!f,i t p ATnw.i on ft,rsivl nave ut.en Ayers Howard, who visiting men nouie in Sunday. Kentucky, will return to Wyo. J. B. Grissom, of Marion, passMrs. Mollie Kirk, of New ed through this section Sunday. Salem, was the guest of Mrs. Fox Sunday. "Our bab cries for Chamberlain'- evening at He-bro- nt Ointment is prepared for Piles and Remrmbur This. itching of the private parts. Druggists, mail 50c and $1.00. Williams when the astounding claims were first M'f'g. Co., Props., Cleveland, 0. In any home where a child has a macie for Bucklen's Arnica Sah'e, but Sold only by J. H. Orme. tendency to croup, a bottle of HYO-Mforty years of wonder cures have (pronounce it should proved them true, and everywhere it be kept constantly on hand. on $8.20 LI1TLE ROCK, ARK., is nw known ns the best salve A sudden attack of croup with diffearth for burns, boiU, scalds, sores, AND RETURN FROM MARION. icult breathing and extreme distress is cuts, bruises, sprains, swellings, eczeapt to come on at any time. ma, chapped hands, fever, sores and The course to be pursued is plain. Via Illinois Central and Rock piles. Only 25 cents at Haynes & TaySend for your doctor at once, and in Lines Account U C V lor's and J&s. H. Orme's drug stores. Island the meantime drop 30 drops of HYO-Minto a bowl of boiling water, and The short line via the I. C. hold the child's head over it, cover This Indiana Cat Adopt Rabbits. OFFICIAL ROUTE OF ADAM with a towel or cloth, so that only the Evansville, Ind., Apr. 23. A JOHNSON CAMP 1008 UCV apor is air filled with Hyomei cat on the farm of the Wirth Tickets at the above extremely breathed.brothers, living a few miles from low rates will be on sale May 13th This method of treatment has saved many child's life, Oakland City, Ind.. has adopted 14th, and 15th, and are good re croupy a children should and mothers of see to it that several young rabbits which she turning until May 23rd with pri- HYOMEI is always on hand. Full inwatches over along with her kit- vilege of extention until June 14 structions for prompt relief of croup each tens. Several days ago the mothThe above rate is not only open is in 5U package. A cent bottle of HYOMEI is all er of the bunnies was killed by a to veterans and their friends but you need in treating croup. This is dog. The cat found the bunnies to any others who desire to visit known in all drug stores as Extra Botand took them to her own home' Little Rock, the city of Roses in tle Hyomei Inhalent, Haynes & Tayand feels proud of her adopted the Sunny South. lor and druggists everywhere sell it. children and watches over them Little Rock long famous for its Breathe HYOMEI. It is guaranteed closely as she does her own. as hospitality has made great prep- to cure catarrh, croup, soreor throat, bronchitis, coughs and colds, money EI High-o-m- e) Re-Unio- n. - Siivcd Child From Death. from "After our child had suffered severe bronchial trouble for a year," wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richardson's Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consumption. It had a bad cough all the time. We tried many remedies without avail, doctor's medicine seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and are pleased to say that one bottle effected a complete cure, and our child is again strong and healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarseness, Iagrippe, asthma, croup and sore lungs, its the most in fallible remedy that's made. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Haynes & Taylor and Jas. H Orme, Marion, Ky. McCracken To Spend $40'000 On Her Roads. 4 LUSTR0F1NSH The Wife or Husband "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" Paducah, Ky., Apr. 22 At a meeting of the Fiscal Court it was decided to build forty miles of gravel roads this year. The county will pay $20,000 for the James and Payner. roads and the abutting property Paducah, Ky., April 24. owners an equal sum, making the total cost $40,000. With the Judge D. G. Park, candidate for completion of the forty miles United States Senator, will speak but few roadswill be left ungrav-ele- d at Lexington on Friday night in McCracken county. The following which he will arrange present gravel roads also will be dates for five cities and challenges to Congressman James and repaired. Senator Payner for all day joint debate. He will also request a and Honey . Pine Tar joint debate in Louisville. Have been used for generations in treating coughs. Dr. Bell's Pine-fa- r Honey contains both combined with other valuable ingredients. Look for the bell on the bottle. Be sure you get Dr. Bell's. CATHOLICS PROTEST. aration to insure entertainment back. and comfort for its welcomed To break up a cold in a few minutes guests which will make the re- try this: Pour a teaspoonful of Hyounion one long to be remembered. mei into a bowl of boiling water, put Through sleepers and chair cars towel over head and bowl, and breathe the soothing, healing vapor that arises. on May 15th. Engage accommo It makes your head feel clear in two dations now. minutes. It is pleasant to use. Free Low rate side trip tickets on trial sample of HYOMEI can be obtained by writing Booth's Hyomei Co., sale from Little Rock, A20 M4 For futher particulars, and Buffalo, N. Y. V pamphlets on Little Rock. Address G. W. Schelke, T. P. A. Trigger Work In Ky. Mountains Evansville, Ind. A Breathitt Countian led hi? gawky, overgrown son into a If vou have sore eyes of any kind county school house and said: use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve. It "This boy's arter .larnin.' is good for nothing but the eyes. It is What's yer bill o' fare?" painless and harmless, and is positive"Our curriculum, sir," replied ly the best. If you don't say so we the teacher, ' 'embraces geograwill refund your money. Try it and phy, physiology, arithmetic, althen tell your neighbor. Sold every- - gebra, trigonometry--- " "That'll where. 2oc a tube. interrupted the farmer. do" "That'll do. Load him up heavy with triggernometry. He's the Judge Park Would Meet only poor shot in the family." , THIN HAIR ON TOP If Parisian Sage, the hair 'grower that Haynes & Taylor guarantees, will not cause hair to grow where the hair is thinning out, nothing on thi3 earth will. And we say to everybody, man, woman young or old, you can have your money back if Parisian Sage isn't tho best hair grower, hair saver, hair beautifier and dandruff cure on the market today. It stops itching scalp and falling hair, and makes hair grow thick and abundantly, or money back, Fifty cents for a large bottle. "Parisian Sage make the hair soft and brilliant and promotes growth. I gladly recommend it to everyone." G. M. Emmons, Albion 'House, Potsdam, N. Y., June 7th, 1910. A.O M4. ty Continued on page 7. There's ar A Reason "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is abo used on all lands of Furniture and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure b this work of beautifying their homes. "WHY PONT YOUr FOR SALB V Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE over L. pi ir'i'',i t ' For the large and increasing sale of Honey. When in Dr. Bell's Pine-Ttho need of a cough medicine try it and you will know the reason. Olive & Walker, K 'yjlAfjTV- Washington, April 25. Carni-nGibbons, on behalf of the Catholics of the country, has joined in the protest against the, United States accepting a silver al - Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. JH) it is the best medicine ever aold a druggist's counter. Dr. Bell's Antiseo tic Salve Good for ll Skin DImmm. . j- ' Tj y W.V .W . aift"r.TS' - i. i i ip 1. 1 ' , -- W,.I.i it i lf,Vvr .... I ... j - v.;v,. r! xvj.-- 4 j; I a,-- -, , -- 3 vYT 0':l- - j'--J. :?.& .', i-- j fA eSiii. ii &&. )Vj . Arv .r;- - apt TyT'-106 ' .t5Wl - against the amendment. The anwif-mein- t, office he already held to that of the oni be protection, which Is but another way of Lorimer. A man nlsjkt Vrtbe. actuate by ambition, but he wfao bribes for of course, would have affected the took. So let us hoar no more about en- takincmoney eAit of tho pockets of all tb betvoflt, usually some ruturn. profits thnt have made Mr. Guggenheim dorsement. people through the forms of law to makst An1 itt tho mot dufwow turue that a, millionaire, nnd ho !c not to bo blamed the jocKetM of other people bulgo and My Record. thrv.atwn tho Amertosn iy3t)io today I (If tho peronal Intevcst of a public oill-elfortunes ! My record n a memlwr of Congress U Uiolr more I seo grow nUo tho millions. lirlKr of that very ort. Of eourso. I allowed to control above his oath robThe of this ilo not buUeve that tUa rtl?ry occurred and his public duty) for voting to familiar to tho people of Kentucky I bery under the forms ofIndefensible prolaw without Lorlmw' knwledc or consent, himself at he xpeniv of the consuming am proud of It, proud of it because It Is tective tariff, Uie more willingcalled I am to and I hcvitato to Mink bAt Senator nubile. But the Inquiry 1 desire to make Democratic, because It Is upon the peo- concede the excelling wisdom of Alss l'ayntor bolleves it; boxiiio I ejn con Is where was Senator Ptynte-- r and why ple's side, because It koe-p- s sacred DemoHamilton, wno more than u huntrtraimxl to think Utut U n bMVovod It. did he not voto for this cratic platform promises. And what a snder years ago declared that you could he would have oalloa. for Loiiiow to take With whom wop he paired? There la contrast Kentucky presented In the two dred ' jn you great Investigations that were eonducted tax the coot off of a man's buck If comth ptand und lift bU Usual and b sworn none nnnnunoHl fjr him. any and say whoOier er ut he ln the last year: one, the Investigation of did It Indirectly and he would not not plain. The wrong eif tho tariff doe Paynter's Vote on Cash Register. knowledge of this bribery. tho Lorimer In which Senator Paynwhen It fram the pockerts On June 95, luo. an wo ter appeared cai. chief, defender of IhU stopthe people takesenrich the few, but of as the Lorimer Not Sworn as a Witness. It to V SO pft offered redwing !ho duty from gentleman, the othor the case of Ulchairl all Hut to n'ielesncs In thu fact tl. upon cash regluti-f- . cent to 15 er A. Balllnger, a momber ot the President s !ads to extravagant, people-'- money. was thorn at BprlnrflolA. during th Senator Paynter ngaln was nitwit ifLn cabinet. I was on this Senator and the My Attitude ofonthe Income Tax thlo brilxiry ocwirrod, -the and selec- - time he w.vs rooming and tvotwlth:tnnJ-la- g not voting, nnd Mr. Guggenheim ro lan- did not resign from It as committeePnynIn constant his place following post and worked at Question. communication wrth the men who were guage: "I have i pair the tne enlfr sen- ter did. I stayed knowmythat millions and with for months. I I Is acctod of having committed the bribery, ator from Kentucky, Mr. Pavpter. I billions of dollars of the people's prop- tax, have always bellevi-e- l way an Inooms ho was not called. Ynt whan the honor transfer thnt pair to the senator from erty was to distribIt is at stake; I knew that Alaska, ute tho burdens aofJust of the senate, the honor of ttie United Delaware. Mr. Dupont, nnd vete. I veto the great storehouse left to the American the government. Those who are most prolix red by n govKates was at stake, whan tho very hon- no." So. It would npiear from this tht people, hud at Its very throat the or of Senator Pynter hlmseU was at when Guggenheim desired hr paid utterto pay syndicate; I wnrked thers ernment ought to be willing a tax the wns stake, when tho honor of Lorimer wn ly no attention to the p:i!r nnd he to d with mv colleagues, and what was tho re- most gfodmaintain it. Itth" fathers that was who enough for at Issue, Senator Paynter never one It to some absent mll'lonnl-- e sult? drove out of tho Presidents asked tho aocuitrd Senator from MIikiU, Dupunt and then cast his own vote. 'Ike cabinet We unfaithful public servant. The framesl the government. , Keiod enough for In an enough, wjio made It peod WlUlam Lorimer, to tak Uio stand and congressional and senatorial parlance, Republicans would me not have selected my those for Ahrnhim Lincoln with which to mainlift his hand to bo worn to tU the truth, Ouggcnh'-Itransferred Senator Pnynter on tho commfttc. I olcetd by tho whole truth rotattre to hie connec- to a dead pair, but 1 lft ve cvnnilne'd the Democratic colleagues wim caucus, secur- tain the war the State. In fact. In It is a law which came' from Heaven, for tion with this affair. Why was he not CnngrcBslo-- i it !? ervrn comfind placed on the wttnws stand? Senator plaint mate hv Senator Pavnter no being ing more votos than any other one and the Master announced It lietter than nny of was placed In nomination by Champ mortal ever has when he calleel for a PaynT Htat( that ho resigned from the transferred ihnut bv Guggenheim to Du- Clark. The ltpubllcans would have seBalllnger committee because he was sick pont ns th' exigencies of the occasion lected men who love whitewash rather tithe of the earnings oi nil to maintain and had txit an opportunity to might require. than light. Mv record on that commltteo the church, to succor the widow and High -Grade Mr. Bnlllngor. Senator Paynter Is one In which I tnke pride. Tt tnke orphan. InTree Lumber. was sick for two days, the Bollinger courage for the How I Stand on the Direct Election of On June 2o. l'rfo, when the question people's to stand out and fiirht uncover vestigating mmmtttM waa In sueslon for rights, unearth wrong, United States Senators. five months. P.illlngrr was upon tho came up on free Paynter greed, nnd strip from corruption Its Senator stand for eight dnyx; he could have been was absent and not voting nnd Guggen- mask. To do this It requires a genuine I m In favor of the election of senaPayn- heim on this vote announced n pair, but Democrat, one who would tors by the- direct vote of the people, for recalled nt any time, as Senator rather repre- ln the language f the Democratic nater well knew, for the purpowo of nklnc did not trancfer It and nowhere stated sent the people thin tho benign him any question he desired. And yet how he would have voted If Senator sunshine of the smilesto sit Inpowers that tional platform Its gateway for nil ot'nr of tho reforrw and without whUi all other tho Senator resigned from the committee Paynter had Ixen present. It mlcht have be. icforms nro Impossible htm. because he could not that Guggenheim would have voted will Amendment Senator Payn'.er The The Balllngcr case did not affect the hon- for free lum'ior .at loat I know of no Railroad Rate Regulation. or of the senate. It atfeoted the property state that nxds free lumber worse than Offered. I believe In the regulation of tho railof the people. It did .not affoct tha hrvnor Colorado. Gugenhelm tray tell his Mr. of roads, us In his Senator Paynter of Senator Paynter as a member of the peoplc'thnt he would have voteel for free announcement thattcIN Introduced card the carriers for they are tho great Interstate ; a ho of commerce and jnople They lumber, nt Inst he did not have the Senate an amendment, which ln senate. It affected ths great natural never are quasi public servants have the rlcht of t'he people After resigning courage to pny he would have voted passed, ln which he sougnt to nave tho of eminent domain, and should bo treated from tho committee because be did not ngalnst It. and that Senator Pnynter government to furnish official Informa- fairly, but lnv should also treat the as would have voted against free lumber. tion as to tho nmount of agricultural shippers and travelers Justly. have an apportunltv to Bollinger, as he vild, he sits for weeks The Record dos not Msclose. Free lumpnxluots in the hands of tho manufacPure Food Legislation. nnd months upon tfce 1irfmr casewlth ber was a platform promise made by turers, with a vkjw of enabling the farmI supporteNl the pure food legislation the whole Reuublic rinsing with charges tho Democratic party in national conven- ers to know what would be the necessary bribery agalnet him and never once tion nt Denver In IMS. Senntor Paynter demand of the manufacturers for the and believe It was on- of tlw best lnws ot earn to him, "Lorimer, you must oe was a delegate there and did not oppose crops In the hands of has ever passed, because It producers. Yet Congre-sworn. The honor of your country H nt It he was In honor bound to Biipport It the Senator negleote.'d tho soy, and being denleel the right of the trusts and monopto my honor Is at stake, your honor yet he did not voto. stake, fortunes at the exquite generous myself I will presume he olies to make the-IIs n tJc. Tell us, did you know of this Paynter's of the people of the Vote on Wire Nails, Barbed forgot It, that the amendment he offered pense of the bribery?" But Senator Pnynter made his had iKsjn previously drafteel by Hon. I'nlUd States. report smearing Lorimer with whiteWire, Etc. Campbell Cant rill pannod In tho My Efforts in Behalf of the Tobacco wash and saying that he boarded at the On June s, I9M), an amendment was Dcmocralc caucus Inand House, where I the Voung Men's Chrilan Association build- offered reducing the traiff ujxm Iron In aided Mr. Cantrill myself ln securing its Farmer. ing and wan alright. pigs, upon round Iron and steel wire, ademption. I merely give this Information I 'have battlid fur the farmers for s upon birhod wire- - and wire nails made of In tho Interest ef historical occurncy. I have long In Congress. Was Lorimer Afraid? Iron or SALES OFFICES frm the clutrhes of Why did not Lorimer take tho stand? ter was steel: and again Senator Payn- Thi Senator alto tolls us that he Intro- fought to frev th'-absent nnd his regular pair. Mr. duced nn to the railroad rnto the trusts, ind In order te) do this I advoWas It because when ho sworn he would Guggenheim, voted. (V course, Guggen- bill, and he would Charleston, S. C. Richmond, Va. the casual reeuler cated taking the tax of of their tobacco be subject to for perjury or lmpre-saloIn the doubtks that ir In the hand that the consuming public false swearing, If he nwore falsely? Wns heim was Interested nil taxing thingspeople under the law, Baltimore, Md. Norfolk, Va. of Kentucky upon that became a rxXlMKCTol but In tne Interest or like might become coinn tit..-- s with the sole thoe k it bwnuso Lorimer did not know how are used by all our citizens and which oocuracy I must Inform the public that purchasers of th farmer's product, viz.: many more conscience stricken men Columtius, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. the tobacco trut. In Congress, upon thi would come forward and implicate htm as go to make hl pockets bulge. He an- It elld not become a law ami Is not now stump, 1 do here, I nounced Montgomery, Ala. SaVannah, Ga, these four or even men had done, fear- and I find no pair with Senator Paynter the law. this. not know who was tho champion of their cause hie leen tin. no complaint upon the part of author of without apology ing the criminal courts of the land. Ho Setnator Paynter Columbia, S. C. Memphis, Tenn. nr exciiM". Ho atolls us that ho supported an about his failure to do tought to be excused from testifying as to to, taking the tax off of tobacco. Publication of Campaign Contributions. therefore Kentucky was dlsfran-chasoamendment Shrtveport, La. Durham, N. C, the Integrity of hW own election, the upon this important vote. This is truo. It was the same amendment purity of his own action, the honor of his I Winston-Sale.is i rvpnentntlvc of N.C. Alexandria, Va, for which I had been fighting for viors. my have odvoe-iUown state. Paynter's Vote on School Books. cimt.nlgn district It mw not Included In the lVyne tariff contributions the mVnul.n ofIwforo th , Democrats of the Senate Repudiate and expenses Tlie blind senator. Gore, or Oklahoma, bill when reported to the Houi-eand I an amendment placing school was the first man to call attention to it election so that the ballot holder might offered Paynter'a Report. know, polls, what he went to Senator Piynter nsks tho people of booRs to be u- d In the public seheols of upon the tloor of the House for that rea- forces when hick ot the the wen candidates tuc or of son. We suceexilod In having It Included Kentucky to endorse his action here, as any state, territory upon mumcip-ultwhom he was exive'ted to vote. the United States, the fre? Hst. In the Payne bill In the House, and when n member of the Senate. A Btrange milIt went to tho Senate Senator Piynter Corporal Punishment for Violators of when tho Senator himself This would s h.iVH aided the sevente-e- n this by his colliguM In the lion famllli-- In the I'nitexl States lu se- spoko for It. and Uio longer ho spoke tho commissioned the Law. cheaper school more Its ..Irs. Ross Givens and little senate claimed to them to have heard all curing Senator Paynterbooks for their chil- ami It cTtolnfinally dofeat Iwcame apparent, I stood upon the floor of Congre-s- s and ONE WEAK SPOT was ugaln absent so amemilevls to allow dren. was the testimony anl to have rwiKlered a nnd not voting and the railroad but farmer and righteous verdict. daughter, Margaret Louise, re- - Just deep into the facts, they These men genheim, his theretofore, regular Gug- the lots of to sell Ids tobacco In the leaf advepoateel writing Intofor thecc who bill m viopenalty pair, In packages, which Ienltt-nUnrdelved far Jug voted no ngi'liwt this amendment. Ken- was not the oroerJment passed In the late the law. It was voted down In the Into tho record, they read it all, they tucky , Ilemse-but wis finally written Into tho nor one calculated to glvo MOSt Marlon PeopleHave A Weak tuirfted home Sunday after a visit heard It all and they would not do what her. again had no voice to s;xik for House to the peopl. I can nay tomuch law In the- - Senate, and It's the one prorelief the Senator Paynter asks the people of Kengrowers of Kentucky thnt If I vision that President Tift says gives tobacco Paynter's Vote on Salt. to Air. and Mrs. Will Coleman at tucky to do, that Is, endorse his record. Part And Too f0m H's and strength to Oie law. But IrMtmd, his Democratic colleagues Senator Bicem offered an amendment am elected to the Senate1, the nmeetdisent I expendifor the In spite of the comradeship and amity placing salt nn tin-- fre-- list and argued ns p.uved by the House, giving the The Hock. Sheibyville. Providence Enter-p.-ic- o. that exists between members of thnt with eloquence and power that It Is one farmer an unlimited right to svll hi' turehave stoodjieople's economical money, recognizing of the tobacco, and those to whom ro sells tho that It U the duty of tho public body, In spite of Vlu apixvals mode, by of tho iivcfssltics of life that should bo right to It two to ono hii own Democratic feliows untaxed,, thnt It was uemocratlc doctrine requirements as In the lleaf without any to protect thHr money ns hv would hie to revenue or own, to expenel It In the same manner. In the senate dlsnsiprnvcd' Ws record and of a lidndred years' standing that this Everyone ha3 a wjik spot. without any governmental limitation' Mid th-- Lorimer ought to be driven from great necessity and preservative ehouli'i The Platform a Lien Upon Honor. whatever, will receive my most vigorous Too oftan it's a bad back. 1k mode fre to the pope from tariff support the senate. I stand squarely upon the National Let us call the roll und "eo who stood burelens. Senator Paynter itgain was Twinges follow every sudden twist. Democratic platform adopted by our , by Senator Paynter for Lorimer. (Mr. Fair Treatment to Corporations. nnd not voting and unpaired, but party ln 1IOJ. I consider our promlsus Dull aching keeps up, day and night. . James .then read and commented upon Guggenheim cant his vote no, and thus I reeognlze that ln our government orto s a the roll call of the senate.) I wm In voted to keep the tax even mon salt that ganizations of capital are necessary In madouion tho inople in this platform With Tells you the kidneys need help our and go 1 faith that chamber when tho vote was taken focn Into the people's bread. So. again. the development of our country and serv- Hen n platformhonortruly a contract wltft Is mo For backache is really kidney-achand saw it all. I saw Senator Paynter Pnynter was absent and the cattle upon ice of our people, they should bo the iKople, and he who violates It at . tlttlng In the so.it oocupied by Beck, by Kentucky's thousanel hills were 'lowing treated fairly, that that upon their Invest- guilty of bad faith to a greater dogros A kidney cure is what you need. Clay, men wno mta anu ciea poor, men out "Where was Paynter?" ments they should receive Just, even than one who violates private wno had no tolerance or nimey tecnni-calltlgenerous, return. I would not Impose for one who violates a public contraet. Doan's Kidney Pills help sick kidPaynter's Vote on Cotton Ties. contract of the law when thoy wtsre used single hampering or oppres- betrays all tho ixople, a whllo in n private Senator Culberson, of Texas, offeircd an upon them a neys. . ns barriers to protect corruption. I saw I would not sive Is not so groat. contract his fight: be- - nmenilme-n- t on June 2S, 1909, placing hoop them condition; dollar to which take from The one would uetraynl the private fortune . Senator Paynter leading his a single thev are nffect Are for backache and urinary ills. I for tide him were Dopow and Guggenheim, or bnnel Iron upon baling cotton or other justly entitled, i would only ask o: of a very few. tho other affects the govtho free list. Thi them like treatment fer the ieople; I commodities Marion peopla recommend the remof Colorado, and the stand pat crowd. ernment of all For the breach of a priwdold have aided the farmers of tho vate contract the ierson wronged lias a Official Records. edy. South to buy In nn open untaxed markot would only Invoke between them nnel the remedy people that democratic doctrine by of a pubfor the at The people are interested in the ofilclal those things used In preparing their prod- which I have squared my ixilltie-a- l jfe of lic, promise law, remedv Is now obtainable. A. H. Fritts, Deopot St., Marion no record of their public iorvant', and Mich ucts for the market and would have per- "equal rights to all, special privileges Ky., says: "I know Doan's Kidney In the Beginning I Chose the People' a record fa a legitimate Fitbjuct of mitted them to have bound their products analysis and inspection, and ex- nnd pre'iwreMl them for shipment, which to none." I would beat back with nil mv any to Side. to Pills to be an effective and reliable ercising this right, I desire to call to tho they are forced to sell in tho open mar- j lower them attempt Just destroy them ortho upon deny such Fellow - citizens, I have no doubt thnt la kidney remedy. For some time I had attention of the people of Kentucky tha kets of the world without a protective capital invested ns I would hattle ngalnst race- every conorate anel vest eel In1 this tariff boniIlt Senator Pnynter again any attempt upon their part to levy record of Senator Thomas H. Paynter. lameness in my back and pains caught believe this reeord discloses that he doe:! was absent nnd not voting nnd unpaired. than such a just charge upon the more terest will try to encomiKiss my dofeaU conI have been told by many that hundreds E. not represent the democracy of the o'.f.te But his regular pair, Mr. Guggenheim, suming public. I arose from a stooped posi- By Lydia me when nof thouxinds of dollars will be ixmrei progressive, was on the Job and votenl against the that he Is retrogreslve protectionism. Into Ke ntucky to defeat me1. Why Ik tion. The kidney secretions were also Vegetable Compound The Judiciary Committee. amendment. that ho is tainted with have been iion this? It Is because The Senator tells us that he Is upon your side in this light ' I when you were a irregular in passage and I felt miserabl Paynter on the Income Tax Question, Paynter's Vote on Iron Ore. Judiciary Commltteo Uie Baltimore, ild. "I send you hereWhen the question came up of the in- the that he bellevos It is aofcommit Senato homo anel aslevp I have been tlghtlnjf every way. Doan's Kidney Pills, with the picture of my fifteen year old voted on May 13, 1!X5, for a tax of in He nnel tcv of your t b.ac battles valorem upon iron ore, come tax amendment, nn July 5, i:K9, an ten per cent high rank as nnv commltteo in tho your assailants,and trying to procured at Haynes & Taylor's drug 'rylng tu make this your aaugnter Alice, wno The protectionad Republicans in the bouse, amendment was offeree! that this Income ns Semnte. Surely the Senator docs not should be submitted to congovernment in re ny as wen as in name. by Sereno E. Payne nnd John tax was restored to headed the people of Kentucky to share this store, were prompt in relieving me of trying to did that believing as health by Lydia E. Dalzell, right to enrich they by law at they ventions called In the stntes for that pur- belief, for the Judiciary Commlttiv does I have lcen visit upon make laws for you ''to--- all those annoyances. 1 have no hesi-tio- n all men who stand men the pose, and not to the state legislatures. not handle appropriation bills, nor bllU that woulel had a Pinkham's vegeta- expense of all the rest, did not have the This would have given the people an affecting the reve-nubeneath tho ample folds of the Republic's or naval nff.Urs, or Hag Its bless-lncin giving this remedy my highest ble Compound. Sho effrontery to place a tax upon this arti- opportunity to send men to tho conven- military affairs, nor mutters relative to and distribute its burwas pale, with dark cle. And In tho bill parsed by tho House tion uion the direct question of tho Interstate commerce, nor matters rHatUe dens uion the shoulders of all men alike. endorsement." gentlemen iron ore was Income tax All friends of the Income to post offices and post roads, nor mat- I recognlzqd when I went Into public Hfb circles under her framed by these For sale by all dealers. Price 50 tax were ln favor of this that there way; easy way way you tho made eyes, weak and Irri- ate, free; but when It got to Into sen- Senator Paynter was again amendment. ters relative to tho rules, and certainly wns a hard was an that by one and there absent, but the Co., Buffalo, this material, which goes cents. Foster-Milbur- n knows that tho Finance table. Two different manufacture of every wagon, harrow, his regular pair, Guggenhoim, trans- tho Senntor the Appropriations Commit- could have the jienplo upon your fIiIol , Commltte-eNew York, sole agents for the United doctors treated her plow, stove, farming Implement, kitchen ferred him upon this vote to Senator tee, tho Commltteo on N'aval Affairs, tho that they were? unorgnnlze-el- . It wns hard ad and called it Green utensilo Is tnxe-e- l 10 per cent his valorem, Plies, of Washington, who was absent Committee! on Interstate and Foreign to arouso them but when Informeel, they States. voted no Commerce, voto for somewhere, nnd Guggenheim cast tho Committee on Post were Just, nnd when thus enlightened Sickness, but she and Senator Paynter a PaynReemember the name Doan's and this Offlcort nnd Post Roads, sewn committee: they always do right, for their votes, like this '" grew worse all the pur Increased duty,duty proteotlvo duty upon was question. Again Senator O ''Vw transferred by his colleague. ln nil, nre of higher rank than the Com- tho voice of God. Is always true, Yuj which adeVed 10 ter M4-1- 1 and simple, a take no other. to a ii fin .? itii.j- time. Lydia E.l'inK- per cent to tho wealth of the Steel trust Guggenheim, gottendead pair, but doubt-lt- e mittee on Judiciary I have taken sexme upon the other side, you would have the used to It by this pains to examine tho committee assign- organized few, the coporate Intetvsts, the ho had owns practically all the Iron ore ham's Vegetable Compound was rec- which always alert system, no work reeiulrod to Stntos. ments of Democratic senators who ommended, and after taking three bot- In the Unitedore from nnd made Impossi- time and no complaint was ever mado. speaking to thorn, Cuba, Canada and the Senate at tho same time Sen- arouse but like no ferret nlways enlighten Paynter's Voting Percentage. . The Largest Edition. tles she has regained her health, thanks ble froo iron nt use of Independother countries, for the ator Pnynter did and I charge now and But I chose the apeople's side. I havework. of a to your medicine. I can recommend it ent manufacturers of steel nnd Iron who beoa I find that outPnyne-Aldric- h total number of challenge Senntor Paynter to deny It unon the tariff bill that he can not point out a single Demo- there, and If I go down In defeat In thl stevi "May I print a kiss my pretty for all female troubles." Mrs. L. A. might compete witn tno every rrust. anu votes roll calls. Senator Paynter voted contest I will have tho satisfaction ot of 122 article to cratic senator who entered official service CoRicnAX, 1103 Rutland Street, Balti- Increased the 10price of miss? per cent which the con- 75 tlmew and was absent 47 times. His at tho p.amo tlmo he did who has not knowing that, with conscience clear and the extent of hands clean, I can lay off the official togu sumers, farmers, mechanics and house- leoord of not voting wns as.5 per cent, ln as sub- more, Md. And she nodded in fond Kentucky wns not repre- than he has. good or better assignments ipotlcss as a star and as clean as tlw to pay. This vote Is IndeHundreds of such letters from moth- holders have Inexcusable In my judgment, other words. snow that rests upon the peaks of Uio sented or misrepresented at least more mission; Would Represent Alt the People. ers expressing their gratitude for what fensible and time. Himalayas. My appeal Is to you, my a third would the senato And we went to press, and I Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com nnd if I had been In placed free, Ibecause than Senator of the friends. This Is your government. Here As the Senator from Kentucky I would Blackburn Defeated. have voted to have it the rather guess pound has accomplished for them have I would have representee! the people who How strange the argument comes from representattempt whole ieeplo. I would you were born and your children were to reilect their wall, 1 torn. Hero they must live, and thoy are been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham consume the articles made from Iron ore, Senator l'ayntor that because he Is upon always gooes That we printed a large edition." intltjed, you Just of and would ndt have voted for the trust tho Judlolury Committee he ought to bo would bo conscious not the fact that I was a government nre entitled to peopleasin tho as any oth?r mine. It would be Exchange. Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. which manufacture's iron nnel steel, land kept ln tho Senate. When Senator Black- casting their vote, you hao got to go to the that would polls, but tho minority in Young Girls, Heed This Advice. owns tho Iron ore beds In this country-Hi- s burn wns lender of position to whichtho their will, not myown my conduct. If world; you have gat to make your voice a actuate mo and control Senate, tho highest Pair With Guggenheim. a have - attain, upon are troubled with painful the time should ever come that I could heard, you servant,got to teach himlesson to Girls who a Democrat could hope tovoto on nnd mako to the the Senator Do Gbosts Hauut Swamps? or irregular periods, backache, head-nch- e, gressional Paynter. accordinggeneral Con- legislative committee 'of tho greatest not cast their Ivoto according to tnoir yourpublic or you will not vote upon his side, pair would not assume and known wlsh?s, a position dragging-dow- n sensations, faint, with Senatorrtoeord, had a Simon Guggenheim, of Col- importance, service upon which after a protenej a fahre courage by saying that side. Senator PaynNo, Never. Ita foolish to fear a ing spells or Indigestion, should take orado. But I find from the record of the llfotlme of ho could not hope to achieve, I would not cast tneir voto, otherwise, Have Fought Democratic Battles For ter's part bill upon the man, than as I Twenty Years. evil, when there arer' real and immediate action and be restored to votes voted when tariffplensod that Guggen- and yet when Senator Paynter had five and child eleslred, "If every stnte woman fancied he and Senator ln my beloved should health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- heim Appeals deadly perils to guard against in table Compound. Thousands have been Paynter when absent was without a pair years as Judge upon tho Court ofplace to potltlon me to do otherwise." But I Fellow cltlx.us, my record ns an alert, unserved, a $5,000 a year fighting Detiiocut lo known to all this If Guggenheim pleased to vote, but the at ho hod been elected by tho people would bo brave enough to tender back ta swamps and marshes, bayous and low- restored to health by its use. twenty For Record shows no eromplaint upon Payn- which having told thorn that he wanted tho people tho office they gave me and Coaimeinwtalth.battle aln.ostrased, I years where-veeafter has th he allowed the lands. These are the malaria germs send him back htm Write to Mrs. Pinkbam, Lynn, ter's part when Kentuckians to go near thorn to endorse gave and these nvo years let them elect somo one wno would rep- been r found rtEhtlng for democracy. have In unresent them truly nnd cast their vote as three millions of up to the bench, ho e ery cor.g.'efsion.tJ district In Kentucky, that cause ague, chills and fever, Mass., for advice, free. represented, even by a pair vote. unserved as Appellate Judge, at a salary they desired.those questions where you in nlrr.cst every county In Kentucky dur-- .: Upon nil weakness, aches in the bones and His Vote on Lead Ore. 1 have given equal at that time to that of a United my servg ail these not expressed your will I would use On May 7, 1!, an amendment was of- States Senator, to run against Senator havevoice anel voto for your highest nnd ices to th,o dc'.nocraev. Paynter muscles and may induce deadly typhoid. . htoril i pnn the stump two by which tho duty upon Blackburn, who was seeking to round my Interests n,s God gave me b.-fered by Aldrich tho Continued from page 6. public best It. and upon those questions light .Ims n't us In twentv '.irs; he has boon usefulness as But Electric Bitters destroys and casts lead and lead bearing one of all kind out a llfotlmo of party councils, a nt where i'.tn il bjel; lr. n Iik iMvo position-fathe to see was plaood at iVt cents per pound, which Fervant, high ln out these vicious germs from the "f assignments, you hod expressed your will, I would is equal to $30 per ton. Guggenheim. pinnacle, high In acommittee with his col- carry out your Instructions to the letter, i .fi d trn- -i the butle line of demoo-(uostanding blood. "Three bottles drove all the Lorime. Speeches in Kentucky. Senator iPayntcr's pair, voted and Sen- at the very top, For 1 tluse yi.irs he has enjoyed very best, and yet Senator or resign my seat ln tho Senate. was not s iUl. tv.ete mil I'lununts of these speeches of Senator lorimer are ator Paynter was recorded aspair. vot- leagues of the a candidate against Senmalaria from my system, ,,v7rote Wm. The being circulated through My Views of a Protective Tariff. Paynter became without Did he ifacej. while I l.ave been out battling today Kentucky ing, and Paynter authorize aGuggenheim ator Blackburn and defeated him. And n enjoyed these I havo boon a membor of Since. The o'.'. lo. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "ad I've In every county In It,, speeches paid for Senator upon Questions s v. 5v. like lend oro and I believe, fellow citizens, that you will ihanciI have nev,cx missed an opporto voto set six speeches had fine health eyer since." Use- - this by Lorimer, Lorimer atcirculated under sine ore, and other things out of which agree with mo that It comes with poor tunity to voto to reduce the tariff, to enrs unt'l rf tlv ihe alnetdyto had and government ex. the frank at no o a. candidate. Ms (Guggenheim's) fortune Is mado and grace and with say excuse for Senator lessen tho tax upon the people who I Im "i" safe, sure remedy only 50 cents at fiensc, sent out by Lorimer for the pur- upon which ho wanted to levy a tax upon Paynter now to that he ought to bo erf those things tlmsjVare necessary to submit to 'he .'i- - ocruey this Payntor, and am ' Haynes & Taylor's and Jas. H. Ormo's pose of aiding Be nator It to be true I that tho American people? If not, why did kept In the Senate because he happens to their exlstenee. Uion ever' vote when state my that as and charge Informed Judiciary Committee, which Is the Payne tariff bill was under consider"! do Justice; oa hey ari .!uftV1nnp afiA the State of "Kentucky" was printed Senator Paynter not repudiate In ttip open bo on the rv- any importance so UUtJ Vt & ovwt, u lower outrageous tluy are goo.'. :" wit, ..'! do righteousV upon the envelopes that enclosed those senate Guggenheim who was pairedvoted not as committee of tho Interest of tho ation I voted to n tariff Is its tax legislation in pair a I believe speeches, and tho mailing list urfd In him and in violation of tho was paired far It handles neither dutiespaid by the consumer- - and and that ness. people is concerneel. It Is In Ccnc:tiiIon. that the winding them out was ono furnished by whllo ho was absent. If ho nor railroad bills with him, and did violate tho pair, or dli tho tariffbills, or practically nor appro- only excuse for Its existence Is to raise ri'limry session of Owing to the Senator Paynter. This Is Lorimerlsm atany other revonuo to run tho government, ami for of Paynter tempted hero In Kentucky attempting to Kentucky allowgo tho confiding people by priation It legislation of direct Importance to tho that alone.- It Avas never thought of or Congrefs, which t : ." ;o being held, of will unrepresented eyon to go into all mflnenco the solectlan of a United States the bo Impossible for people. I was Importuned by hundreds evondroamod at when this Republic wns a pair? Koiitiu-fcy- ' or a. very great tcnotor In a DomocratJc primary, Vain to run for tho Senate. I had no created that tho taxing powor would bo countlett In malle for the purpose, nnd present personally Upon Scrap and Pig Iron. of men His Vote the United States nvo years' tenure of office ln front of me used to enrich some at tho expense of all, numlicr of Ithem It my duty to stay For Infants and Children. deem and yet this, wo may bo told, Is some of at equal to that of a Senator, or to cnrlcn any at tho expense at the my cause. On June 25, 1909, an amendment wa me, the peoplo that unseen lnftuonce, so far as benator. offered striking out the tariff duty ot at a salary willing cat should be levied the lost wfherollghton their have sent and Tlii .KM You Hm Always Bevcht Paynter- - Is concerned, that was used to $160 a ton on wrought and sast scrap us Mr. Paynter dWl. yet I was be per- exceptAnd no tariff tax single purpose burdens struggling to Blackburn sheuld for the sole and to t feel and their wrongs. eloct Lorimer. That men wero brTbea m iron and scrap steel, whloh. as stated by that Senator mittee! to round out his career In tho ralso revenue enough to run the govern to remedy .tho DemocratsAnd Itho state of "JDrUlKllClU, JIUIIVIB, ll I1UM1 'JtHlHX. I1HU U...IA. MurKeit in tno aenaie, is the Senate by election to tha't term. Senhope that Bears the ra rotiows samo fts plK ,ron amj nn identical term, ator Paynter gnve up his five yoars at a mont ln economy and honesty. But the will see to It that my candidacy docs sot yet senator armor na mlglity combinations that everywhere suffer by reason ox my loyany to them, would, have us bel eve that they wcr Sljnviturfl of Pavnter again was recorded i Ilka salary to that of Senator tor six abovo us and oppress tho peoplo,-th- e day srone. by X Jaave bees with) w t voting. nd his regular pair, Senator years In the Senate, There was onU' one tower trusts and monopolies upon every-thin- fur in toe oar coxuwavt of . wm mm, oand without' the knowedso yM uuccenneim. was recprueei as yohrb ymt'n dlfforenc ln the tenure of the are the direct result of a .tariff .for cSSfil t W'r i , ? V vj- - Bushels of Corn 4 Per Acre Easy rn ' 1 al i'ii t? The above yield can be made by using the best fertilizers in addition to your best seed the crop. ld cr . 1 exjK-ndltur- e' s u-- ed tion, proper planting, and thorough working of (..ungen-tveim-Morg- tran-ferre- Use grf-at- Virginia-Carolina n-- cross-exami- Fertilizers - (the best fertilizers made), and they help cross-examin- e b.-e- n you to get this excellent yield but great deal depends upon you, explained in our new cross-exani- FARMERS YEAR BOOK. This you can get on request of your dealer, or by sending us your name and address. - s r pro-eutio- n n eve-ry- e m H el d Olive & Walker, st 1 unp-ilivd- two-pou- elll-ca- cy e Inte-rnn- nb-pe- nt e. MY es BAUGHTER WAS CURED Pinkham's n, I n -t be-a- px-pe- ct que-stio- yysssZ o "!' m m el ihe-m- A J m ve-r.- r y- 1 r Con-gre?- ss 8 . .hl-ig- - con-sum- TWo-i- i - :.' CASTOR1A 1 a - :"ti a;U .: tf& r . g; -- . ' - Sr '- T A VJu -- 3v' v a if m , .hi VAJ ? t57s2 jit" AaSi ;': -j-- ' .3 - V- -' Its? , ' vv -- v ' 0 ' ' ...v B5i t,U,4t 4. r.roi V f l i " oldrcall on T. A. Harpending, near New Salem church. TT- I V ' GLEN DALE R. H. Thomas and family have moved to the river to put in a crop. We regret to lose such pood people, even for a short time. Miss Alice Griffith was called to Tolu Tuesday of last week to attend Mr. Harris. Misses Myrele and Lonnie Thomas Hays Medicine Co.,: I was a sufferer with ECZEMA for twenty years. Several months ago I tried Hajs Specific and after about three weeks use, mv legs shedded off as white and free from sores as they were before I had the eczema. I have had no pain or annoyance since; in fact am well. R. D. Oliver, Bradfoid, Tcnn. AG Makes the most nutrfc tious food and dainty and S. D. Aaher was in Providence Monday. Dennio Hubbard, of Providence, was hero Weduesday. Clarence Melton was in Providence Wednesday. Miss Effie Brown was in Providence Friday shopping. Quite a number of our people were Marion Saturday. For All Skin Diseases Trenton Prore;s Says "Trenton hus a pretty girl who1 can give old house keepers and chickens fanciers several pacesf and then beat Ihern her poultry yard. TIJs energetic girl is Miss Patty HcElwain, near' the city, who now has 85 spring' chickens and 250 cgs setting". v.-ft- k X, h lino. i MEXICO Mrs Cal Myers is on the sicl: lis. Mrs, Martha Hopson is very sicl with lagrippe, Harvey Whitcom, the man who wrs seriously cut with a circle rnw, is ab'e to be up and walking around. 1 he farmers are planting corn in a whoop now. J; Remember the second Sunday in June is dedication day at Cookseyville. Sunday School is progressing nicelv with J. E. Stephenson as superintendent. Everybody ...cordially invited to ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absofufety Purm The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar visited their brother, Veyor, of Caney Fork, last week. E. B. Moore, of Marion, spent the fourth Sunday with his brother, R. D. Bertha Ramsey, who is attending school in Marion, visited her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Charles Ramsey, Saturday night and Sunday. W E. Crunie left the first of the week for Joplin, Mo., on a business trip in the interest of the Eclipse Mining Company. For first-clas- s groceries, call Frank Jacobs, who will appreciate your patronage and treat you right. Messrs. Klare and Leonhart, of Louisville, were here last week in the interest of the Commodore mine3. 111., . .Lee Enoch was in Caye-in-Rock, When rt medlcirc must! be' 'given to Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve is the young children it should bo pleasant t t It is a creamy snow white ' pleasant to use and every box is take. Cher 'i.'nin'fl Cough Remedy guaranteed. Price 25c. At all dealers. is made fr.oti loaf sugar, and the roo's used in its pre arah'on give it a flavor similar to map'e r; nip, making it Two Hundred Pound pleasant to take. It has no superior Girl Of 13 To Wed. for colds, crovp and whooping cough-F- or salo by all de.ilers best int-me- nt Moore. Miss K. "s attend." uev u. ti. i,remer preaches eery Sunday at 2 o'clock, v. m., at the shed near Tabb mines. W. K. Bibb is selling groceries at his old stand n Mexico. " Earl Crjder has bought the V. D. Quails proporty in Mexico. No fussing. or fretting over the biscuit-makin- g. Royal is the aid to many a , day by County Clerk R. H. Crook to Willis E. Sparrow, a young farmer of the western part of his county r and Miss Grace Ash-bof Nelson county. The wedding will take place at the bride's 'iome next Wednesday. Miss Ash-b- y is 13 years of age and weighs 200 pounds. y, 'ILawrenceburg. Ky., April 27. Marriage licence was issued to- Clnnrt Dnarle Name E. F. W. Kaiser John W. Wilson 0-m4I- a4 Am't'Sub'd flOO.00' From Hirst Page. 100.00 M. S 100.00 James Henry LaRue Mines-W- . K1 li fe ? . J& fe H& A new road has been opened up through the Tabb bottoms. The mines are doing a good business 'JfcyLGljfcfc BOO Receipts Free. Send Name and Adirett. We understand that A. H. now. Saturday Yan-de- ll A. i. Thompson, wife and daughter, ' Reed will commence work at the ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO., NEW YORK. right soon. Mr. Reed was formSaturday Miss Willie, went to Marion erly manager for the Kentucky Fluor shopping. V Tom Young, of near Mexico, passed Spar Co. .On, E. J C.lui Capt. Haase is sinking a new shaft Ar!can:.io fu. R fc.v vVtkSi through this section last week taking Mrs. Rebodda Hughe3, of" Mat toe Charley Wright and family, of Tolu, at the gravel pit for water. orders for enlarging pictures. Wm. Bibby is in Birmingham at were the guests Nute Weldon Satur- Visited V H. Thurman Saturaay a"d Miss Mary Hurley, one of our most Sunday. day and Sunday. popular young ladies, has been elected present. Missionary day here the 3rd Sunc'ay J. S. McMurriy and wife moved The Hoosier Mining Co., M operat secretary of Glendale Sunday School. present they are back to Marion Monday after n two in May. Dinner on the ground Every-boJ- y Owing to the very rainy day Sunday, ing three Bhafts. At invited to come. weeks' stay at Crayne. there was no Sunday School at this taking out about twenty tons dailj Wyatt Brookshiro moved from Maplace, but hope to have a good attendrion to Crayne and clerks in Canada's h'czmna ance and well prepared lesson next LIQUID CURES ECZEMA store. Sunday. Bill Schreeves and family, of New YieldsVeadily to Dr. Bell's Antiseptic WHERE SALVE FAILS Salem, were visiting relatives here Salve. You see an improvement after In regard to skin diseases medical last week. We guaruiiteo Every Bottle is Guaranteed tho first application. authorities are how agreed on this: Miss Clara Thomas i3 visiting in it. It is cloan and pleasant to use. Doat Imprison the disease germs In Salem this week. 'Every bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r 25 cents a box. your skin by the use of greasy salves, Honey is guaranteed to give satisfacNellie and Francie Adams and Clara and thus encourage them to multiply. tion in all throat and bronchial troubles. A true cure of all eczomatous diseases Clement were visiting Mis-- - Vaden WKSTON can be brought about only by using tho Stovall Sunday. healing agents in the form of a liquid. B. K Walker and wife were visiting bILOAM Mrd. G. L. Rankin and daughter, WASH THE GERMS OUT. A Scott Paris Sunday. Jeary, Dell and Ruby Sturgeon spent Miss Ruth Moore, of Marion, was simple wash: A compound of Oil of Ezra and Lorcn Puiis returned to several days in Evansville recently. the guest of Miss Ceha Donakey Sat- WIntergreen, Thymol, and other Ingre- Missouri last week. dients as combined In the D. D. D. Miss Nonio Cain is visiting Mr. urday and Sunday. Mrs. Annie Adams gave a quilting Prescription, penetrates to tho dlseaso Cassie Walker. Sunday School at this place every germs week which well was attended by and destroys It, then soothes last Jame3 Bennett, our noted fisherman, Sunday at 9:30 o'clock a. m., with and hoals th skin as nothing elso the ladies of our section. was in Blackford last week selling fish. good attendance. Will and Tube Crider were in Eddy-vill- e has ever done. Clarence Black, of Webster county, R. E. Moore went to Marion SaturA trial bottle will start tho Monday. was here Sunday. cure, and glvn you Instant relief. day on business. The big rain last week broke the ; Mrs. Marvin Asher was the guest of C. E. Donakey is going to move to Sold by J. H. Orme, Marion, Ky. levy rn Jack Baker's fine fish lake. her mother, Mrs. Heath, of O'possum the river to make a crop. Ridge, Tuesday. Mrs. Cooper, who has been on the Hays Medicine Co. : We are delight0. W. Grady, our entergetic merOTOSSIJM RIDGE sick list for several months, is imed to add our testimony to the virtues chant, was in Evansville Monday and proving slowly. The farmers arc busy preparing for of Hays Specific. Our work produces while there purchased a nice line of Quarterly meeting was well attended their crops. CONSTIPATION, RHEUMATISM and furniture. Mrs. Grady will take charge at this place Saturday, April 22nd, and Miss Toy Wolford was the guest of STOMACH TROUBLE. For years we it. It will pay you to see their furniPresiding Elder, Rev. J. B. Adams, friends and relatives in the Colon have looked for a remedy, but in Hays ture before buying elsewhere. preached two splendid sermons. neighborhood last week. Specific we have found a cure. So far C. L. Cain, better known as "Shang" Plenty of rain at present. J.ime3 Daughtery went to Evans-vill- e it has not failed on a single man and left our little town the first day of Rob Hughes has quit school and has last week with a nice bunch of twenty-eigh- t have taken it. We have March and went into the home of J. gone to mining. recommended it to many of our friends N. Swansey there, to take his abode hogs. Norval Franks, who is attending Will Alv is is improving his farm by and know of no failures. We stand this the 29th of April. He is all school at Carjrsville, was the guest of building a new wire fence. ready to make affidavit to this testi- smiles. He has worked two months his mother, Mrs. Martha Franks, Mr. and Mrs. James Daughtry were monial for the benefit of any who and received his pay. Saturday and Sunday. pleasant callers at the home of Mrs doubt it. -- J. J. Wood, Chief of Fire Mrs. Croker, of Bells Mines, was Miss Inez Lynn, of Oak Grove, passAlvis Sunday. Department, Paducah, Ky. here trading Wednesday. ed through this section Saturday eveMr. ana Mrs. T. N. Wofford went Miss Gertrude Rankin is convalesning enroute for home. to Weston Monday shopping. cent. It's been reported that Miss Alma Mrs. J. N. Swansey and daughters, CALDWELL SPRINGS. Heath has the whooping cough. Cheer Rowena and Geneva, were in Fur Sixteen Years. up Jim, its all a mistake. shopping, and while there (Delayed from last week.) Will Springs has recently moved his Honey. Has been Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Plenty of back-watfrom the Cum they were the guests' of Mrss Reuben used by millions of people with perfect sawmill from Glen Dale to the Dunn Reasor. satisfaction. For Coughs, Colds, Asth- Sprng ford, where he will be em berland river. We are glad to have a grist mill of the farmers have broken Several ma in fact all throat and bronchial g ployed until time if their ground, hut no corn planted yet. near our town. Fowler, the noted troubles. Tho ingredients are on the carton. not longer. The young people had quite an in sawmill man, is at the Parker spring, Dr. Bell's Pine-THoney contains no Mrs. D. J. Hughes was the guest of teresting time at Jim Brown's Sunday and grinds every Saturday. B' ing him habit producing drugs, and always Mrs. T. N. Wofford Thursday. your corn and get good meal. afternoon. gives satisfaction. Look for the bell Miss Alma Heath is the guests of Mickie Hughes thinks he will bo able back-waton the Bottle. The has suspended travel her sister, Mrs. Marvin Asher, of across Free Betty ford. Oh! how bad- to get a new spring suit as he worked Weston. three days hist week. That's right ly we need a bridge. We have been having some fine ball preacher, hustle up. NEW SAL KM. Farmers if you have anything to games at Fords Ferry. Play on boys sell, why not advertise it in your The farmers will have a vacation sick are improving. Our we are proud of you. county paper.' The cost will not owing to the heavy rains. About one fourth of the corn crop Miss Mabelle Wilson, of Marion, is be very much and then you may planted. the guest of her friend, Miss Bertha meet with a chanco to sell at fair present wet spell will put the Rankin, at this writing. The 25cts., Is A Small Amount price. farmers greatly behind with their Jack Alvis has stopped making his Herbert Pilant, Roy Turpin and You would not suffer one day for five planting. monthly trips to 0 'possum Ridge or Lev Brown have made and launched a times that amount. Then try SutherMrs. Robert Threlkeld spent part of some where about. What's the matnew boat on the Cumberland river land's Eagle Eye Salve. We guaranlast week the guest of her daughter, ter, Jack? waters Saturday. Its name is Brown -- tee it to cure. It's painless and harmMrs. Davenport, at Salem. Look out for peddler and agents, Turpin. less. Born to the wife of Allen Kirk, a this country is supplied with them. Fred Glenn, our road overseer, sure fine daughter. Marion Truitt made a flying trip to put his road in good shape Thursday. Mrs. Bill Barnes, of Carrsville, spent Rosebud Sunday. Many thanks to you Mr. Glenn. May SHADY GROVE. part of last week the guest of relaMisses Bettio and Hebiu Martin, others do likewise. tives near New Salem. who have been employed at HenderIf we want our burdens to grow Among the sick we mention Margar-et- t Mrs. Mary C. Fuller, of Carrsville, son for some time, are now visiting lighter, Towery and Obio Walker. we must help some poor weary is the guest of her children near New parents and friends near Hebron. Mrs. Nancy White while engaged in carry his. brother Salem. Will close with many good wishes to We often mistake each other here, house work Wednesday morning, fell of Piney, was in this the dear editor. Luther Pace, but we shall know our brothers better and broke her wrist. section last week among his old neigh"Little" Miss Mary Margarpt Tuwhen tho mists have rolled away. bors. dor, daughter of William D. Tudor, For itll bowel Troubles Since writing tho above letter, this dropped a piece of iron on her right Dr, Bell's Antlceptic Solve section has been visited by a regular .Use Dr. Bell's Anti-Paihand Wednesday and bruising it conRelief is cloud burst which did hundreds of dol- almost instantaneous. siderably. Is also good lars damage to fencing and ground externally for all kinds of pains. Sold Is guaranteed for tetter, ringworm, Willie M. Towery, Robt. Travis and eczema, chapped hands and lips, runthat was plowed and planted in this everywhere. Claude Towery, of Tribune, were ning sores, uloers and in fact all skin valley. guests of Gabriel Towory one day last diseases. Gocd to use after shaving. One fourth of the crop planted is week. 25 cents a box. view. washed up and will have to be planted D. F. Fox, Alford McDowell, Ross the second time. Fdx, R. R. Tudor and William D. Tu- (Delayed from last week.) Our people spent purt of last Sundjr also Noel McDowell were in MaMrs. Alice Elkins and children were 011OOKED CREEK. day repuiring their fences bo as to rion this weak. visiting in Paducah last week. protect their crops until Monday. Mrs. Ed Corloy, of Illinois, is visit-- J. Gabriel Towery and mother were John Cochran and wife were visiting Any one wishing to purchase a fine Corley and family. ingE. the guests Willis M. Towery, of TriSalem Sunday. male hog (thin rine) fourteen months relatives at Buck Corley and wife are yiaiting bune, Monday. Mis? Pearl Waddell is visiting in I- -. 25-cc- nt Sturgis-Wednesdaer wheat-threshinar er n. cook's success. What's the Use To suffer with sore eyes when one 25c tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve will cure you. We guarantee it You risk nothing. It's a creamy, snuw , Blue & Nunn Geo. P. Roberta... Tom Cochran C. E. Ratcliflfe G. H. Foster Bourland & Haynos ..,... lOO.Oo 100.00' 100.00 100.00 50.00 50.00 Haynes & James H- Ky Flucr Eskcv,' B S. Tay''r u , -- Orme a: Co., 50.00 50.00 50.00' 50.00 white ointment. BARRICADED AT HOME III. -- Ci.Jer T. A. s., '.Wat Fr-i- l.r Yandoll-Gugenhei- m 25.00 25.00 50.00 50 00 Taylor & Cannan Carnahan Bros & Dodge Morris.Hina Co Copher Hicklin & Thomas M. Insane Man Near Golconda, .'.. 50.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 10.00 10.00 W.O.Tucker Golconda, 111 , April 27. Sheriff E. McCormick and a posse of five Deputies have been besieging the home of Greene Bush, a farmer residing five miles north west of Golconda for five days with a subpeona for his appearance before the county sanitary board. Brush, armed with a reF. W. Nunn J. W. M. Freeman Guess Press Guess R.L.Bibb John A. Moore 5.00' 5.00 5.00 5.00 10 CO A.J. Pierce-Ashe- Dri8kill r Co W. E. Minner Noble Hill 25.00 25.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 peating shot gun, has barricaded his home and announced he will kill every man who approaches within 100 ft of it. With Brush in his impregnable citadel is his widowed mother, seventy years old, whom he dominates until she fears to show and who leaves the house onlv to visit the well, a few feet frm the door, for water. The Sheriff has established a patrol about the Brush premises. J. J. Thomas Roy Sisco C. E. Weldon Carl Henderson Levi Cook HicKlin & Travis Farmers' Bank Dr. W. H. Crawford L. E. Guess W. H. Wallace Marion Bank j.. W... ,.. A.. 5.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 10.U0 50.00 5.00 10 00 10.00 r 50.00 25.00- Hardin Bros., Dr. J. E. Fox & Henry Persons J. II. Cox, Evansville, Ind Henry J. M. "I Am Glad" writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, of Liberty Center, Ind., ''that I began to take Car-dfor it has cured me, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me. Before I began to take it, I was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have a good color, do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs." E53 ui, C. E. Metz McConnell& Wiggins Mario Coal & Transfer Co W. L. Venner Lawaon Bros., A. S Cavender J. P. Pierce W. D. Sullenger U. G.Hughes Misi Alice Griffith George Yates 10.00 5.00 25.00 25.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 50.00 Henry Rutter T... N- - 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 LaRue.. J.N.Boston R. A. Tom C. Guess Joel A. C. Pickens J. B. Grissom J) H. Nimmo. Guess Bros., &Easley R. F. Dorr 5.00 10.00 3.00 10.00 10.00 G.C.Gray E. Jeffrey Travis Marion Ice &Cold Storage Co.,. C. 5.00 5.00 5.00-D. Take CARDUI Roberts I. The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, noxious, mineral drugs, that sink into your system, like lead to the bottom of a basin of water. Cardui is purely vegetable and contains no poisonous minerals, or dangerous drugs. It is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, without any possible harmful effect Try it Marion Milling Company A. J. Duvall W. H. LaRue Charles LaRue Charles E. Davidsen Elzio Floyd J. B. Farmer., 5.00 20.00 5.00 20.00 20 00 5.00' 5.00 5.00 5.00 James Paris THE TAYLOR-CRAME- R DEBATE TEAM AND MAN SUBSCRIPTIONS P. Woodall 5 days, team and man. Stone A Grubbs 10 days team and man. Gillie Thomason 6 days, team aud man. Alford Wright 10 days, team and man. J. H. Moore 30 days, team and man. W. J. Franklin 20 days, team and man. O. G. Threlkeld 10 d'ys, team and man. Oscar Eskew 30 days, team and man. W. S. Price 10 days, team and man. J. H. Patmore 20 d'ys, team and man. W. R. Lanham 10 d'ys, team and man. Henry Moore 30 days, team and man. Will Elder 10 days, team and man. E. Champion 4 days, team and man. 15 days, team and man. Lanham 5 days, team and man. John Ryan 10 days, team and man. S. E. Horning 10 days, team and man, J. T. Lanham 10 days, team and man. T. E. Griffith 10 days, team and man. Calvin Fritts 5 days, team and man. Bob Hughes 20 days, team and man. G. R. Williams 20 d'ys, team and man. Bob Fritts' 10 days, team and man. Marion Davidson 10 d'ys, team and mart Ed Doss 20 days, team and'man. i' G. B. Taylor 5 days, team and man. Dr. J. R. Perry 5 days; wagon, team Will be held at the camp meet- J. H. Brouster C. C. ing shed at the Tabb mines from the 13th to the 16th of June. It was published to take place "at Emmaus Baptist Church on Clay Lick Creek but owing to a misunderstanding is changed. ' walnut Geo. H Cramer. i- - , " We guarantee Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo to cure common sore eyes in H to 36 hours. This seems strange, and man. but it is backed by our guarantee. C. R.,Hughes Yea run no risk and it only costs 25c. and. man.. j il ...,e;i - Sr' i 12 days;, wagon, team , I B--- v V r 'i i Wiwil'AZA 'V&S?P4?JLX' i . i ,mt . fftv"J AW.V, . mlim . . .'1 &. '!fUiMMh l (": j i ".'?V U-- it