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Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images N.E. Calmes Marion, KY 1911 cri1911051101_sn86069460 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) N.E. Calmes Marion, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V' - : (Btiffeiuiett V()L " rv s "M v 'i r 33 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KNIUCKY. May 11, 1911. NUMBER 4& DRAGGING TWELVE COUNTIES TO SMOOTH A ROAD ACROSS IOWA nirschbaum Gothes, ALL WOOL. J3UAHANTEED HAND TAILORED HITCH DRAGS TO HORSES, AUTOMOBILES HIGH-WA- Y ID WAGONS THE FROM THE MISSISSIPPI TO THE MISSOURI, a H A DISTANCE OF THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY MILES. on the east. The principal towns through which it passes are Council Bluffs, Neola, Avoca, Atlantic, Exira, .Guthrie Center, RedfieHr, Adcl, Des Moines, Colfax, Eichiu-gcr- 's Grinncll, Brooklyn, Victor, ged Road, which is Mr. official designation without Marengo, Iowa City, West Liberpay, by the way. ty, Moscow and Davenport. Sou.e At first Eichingcr trico the cor- forty smaller places arc also The country is t'ic respondence method of attempt- touched. ing to interest persons alnn the richest in the state. The icad passes through a territory decidproposed route of the kier-to-RivDragged Road. The fro.--t edly hilly in the wcs:, but of surthat nipped this crop of letters passing beauty. One sees the would have discouraged n ist signs of prosperity, peace and happiness on every side. If this men, but not this slender. d chap, who road has done nothing else, it has is a human dynamo, when it demonstrated to the farmer and comes to radiating energy. Still his family that their life is the some of the seed fell upon fertile ideal existence and ir.ade tlwn soil, and Hichinger culti'vited it. contented with it. This n odcl He made the township his highway, has made the trip to g unit. town and market a joy instead of r The famous the horror of other days. The Dragged Road runs lluough average length of the haul for the twelve counties Pottawattamie husbandman from his barn to on the west, then in order through market is now but eight miles, Cass, Audubon, Guthrie, Dallas, and it does not require a day to Polk, Jasper, Poweshiek, Ton a, make the round trip. Johnson and Muscatine to Scott, Continued on page 6. Again lias the "Iowa Idea" grasp the simplicity, soundless, come to the front and center, this low cost of maintenance i f hi time in the matter of good roads. idea, they will rise up in thankuil-ues- s If the building of a road across and call him blessed. The the state from Council Muffs, n dauntless energy of Hichinger the cast hank of the Missmm galvanized human sloths into River, to Davenport, on the west activity and made working on a lank of the Mississippi. tit roe public highway with a pltt-lo- g hundred and eighty unlv-- awav, drag the popular form of amusein less than five months; if per ment. fecting similar dragged mads The result of all this? The g ft in lies Moines to hurling. i n, most successful hun-d-- e and thence to Okohoii, 'our plant ever built by man, wi'.h the miles distance; if another brilliant Kichingcr pressing the rier-tt-rivc- r road from Clinton button, to tJie intense amazement Lafc Young, ti Council Muffs, fou. hundrol of his employer, i"iles away, not to mention the even though his long political f. it that Dubuque and Si ut Cii. career has taught him never u. be ( surprised. a c discussing the advisaij'lity Any man who can tiansfoim an v.., ;t iiu! by a draped n.nd- the c tilings indicate a 'hr.!"!'. Iowa mud road to r nearlv perthe roads prwolcin, Io.i fect highway, three hundred :md j eighty milos long, at an estimated has Milvcd it. It is due primarily to the desire cost of building and maintenance if J. V. Kichingcr, ncjvs editor for the first year of three dollars "i the Des Moines Capital, to per- a mile, has grasped a new idea in form a newspaper feat. My the the matter of road building. That success uf hih undertaking Kichm-ge- r the road from Council Muffs to has stamped himself as a Davenport is a success .v.d i riM'i. and when otluM iatis commanding the attention i.i tliej road-makin1 , - entire country and Canada, is shown not only by its splendid condition, but by the enormous mail which pours in upon the Secretary of the River-t- o Kivo- - Drag- c-t- Wi tt ; cr wi sto.p-shoulderc- d, fair-haire- i' gd road-workin- River-to-Ric- Sj COTIOHTtOtll1l A wltftCHtAUM 4 OO..FMilft..ftlw VOM. 11 UZ. Addams! Addnms! So Say Wc All. Gentleman! Is there a Democrat but believes that if Senator McCrea'ry DEEDS RECORDED Grantee L. H. James J. A. C. Pickens Al Dean & et-- al et-al FOR APRIL 1911. Acres 10 William Addams, of Harrison county, is such a candidate. Place your banner in his hands and he will give you the hope and enthusiasm that must land us all winners. A few weeks since we Were left floundering, feeling that there were none to make an active fight to oppose Senator McCreary for the nomination, but statements of Mr. Addams, since the manly stand and clean-cu- t doubts are at last thrown aside and hope has taken the place our of our doubts in our party success. There bo times when our darkest periods are just before the dawn, and Democracy in Kentucky appears to have passed through them. From now on every one should feel, with such a man as Addams to lead, that success must surely come. Mr. Addams has n number of relatives and friends in "Old Shelby," and, though this county is in Mr. McCreary's district yet it can be turned to the Harrison county man who can land the party triumphant in November. Let us stop our party bickerings. Addams is a man we can unite upon, and let us all, therefore, get together and be foriWdams. slogan Hthe party He is be, "Party success," and Mr. Addams the man of the hdur, the man you want, will se selectedthe man you need, the man you must have. Addams! Addams! So say we all! Addams! The Shelby Sentinel, Friday, April, 28th. Notice To Road Overseers. gets t' .Gubernatorial nomination, the chances of his party's suc- Grantor cess will be in doubt? Is it not the part of wisdom, therefore, for hint to turn to some one who can bring the people to victory? J. A. C. Pickens C. A. Marion, G. A. Wilborn Coasideration. 104.00. 20.00. 5000.00. 900.00. 20.09. 20.00. G09.00. UR interest in the suit or coat we sell you doesn't cease when we have your money. We 4d '4 Lot 800 70 57 57 102 2G H. R. Austin J. P. Minner W. P. O'Neal W. et-- al want to-b- e sure that you Burt Lucas Pearl Warner John T. Watson A. G. Neal P. O'Neal R. S. Paris S. D. Doris Ida McAllister W. G. Cook E. L. Newcom J.O.Beit Wm. Parmelia 50 173 9 Marion's New Distinction. A short time ago I called at- tention of the road overseers to the necessity of putting their roads in good condition early in the spring, so they would be 'well packed down by next winter. I am glad to hear that a great many of the more progressive overseers have been working their roads and are put- !, ilium in nnnrlifinn 111- anmn ' " W..W.WW.., if y...w Itk so far, failed to work W have, itheir roads. There is consider able complaint about some roads that have not yet been worked, land I want to warn the over- lljeers that tney must proceed to put their roads in good condition. If this is not done, I shall issue ivarrantsfor tho delinquent over- leers upon complaint. Jbf not w'an to fin0 any one it can be avoided, out we must have letter roads. A word Itji the wise Niould be sufficient. fj. W. BlAJE, County Judge. '' Our little city awoke Wednesday morning to learn that a new and a very distinguished one had been added to her many laurels. We have grown accustomed to having a U. S. Senator, a Congressman and many lesser lights among our citizenship But every one must now feel a keen appreciation of the fact that we possess a lady doctor of laws. Miss Ruby James daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L H James, and sister of U. S. Senator to be, 0- M. James, was examined before Judge J. T. Hanberry t Eddy ville, and passed a most creditable examination and was awarded licence to pract- Int. in Land Clara Conger Hodge Int. in Land lycurgus Edwin Crider Int. in Land Mrs. J. E. Gregory Mrs. Lizzie Finley GG Will Alvis A. E. Barton 41 W. A. Orenduff J. B. B. Moore 38 Steuart Hughes Martin Gahagan ' G4 Exchange. T. W. Young B. Young J. 37 300.00. Alice Griffith M. Lynn T. 3 70.00. C. L. Hunt P. P. Paris Exchange. 100 John Will Kemp S, P. Brown tV 31 625.00. D. J. Travis J. P. Sullivan 110 1400.00. M. L. Woodal D. J. Martin 12.50. Land John Will Kemp E. C- Lemon 40.00. 3 Ben Gilbert A. Dean 1000.00. 7 S. McMurray J. J. F. Dorroh 400.00. 45 J. M. Walker j. F. O'Neal 1600.00. 98 P. E. Shewmaker Rosa Vaughn 102 800.00. M. E. Travis S. H. Phillips Mrs. Lot 300.00. Chas E. Davidson James F. Minner Land C. J. Neal 1250.00. F. Rodgers J. 2500.00. Chas E. Daughtrey 25 Lewis Barnes 57 W. P. O'Neal 1.00. P. H. O.Neal , 103 1000.00. Ellen Asbridge Edwin Ralston 8 500.00. A. J. Bennett J. G. Rochester 1.00. & C. C. Taylor Lot Gus F. W. Loving 40 200.00. .. Ila Orr K. P. Orr House and Lot 800.00. W. H. Wallace J. II. Porter Lot 40.00. A. J. Stembridge J. H. Porter Land 400.00. Geo W. Robinson Norman Hoover G 50.00. Forest Herriges S. Stevens J. 44 G00.00. E. F. Herriges G. W. Eaton 50 300.007 E. J. Carey E. F. Herriges Int. in Land 80.00. L. H, & 0! James H. Wolf 50.00, 103 H. Wolf Walker Kittie 30 1350.00. E. R. Williams E. E. Weldon 200.00. Mrs. M. L. Holloman 15 J. L. Holloman " . Asher J, D. Asher D. J. 500.00. 156.00. 950.00. 200.00. 25.00. 200.00. 325.00. 330.00. 250.00. 250.00. are satisfied and pleased with the way it wears and the way it looks after it is worn, Therefore we handle the best line we know of Kirchbaum's. doesn't leave us as large at margin of profit as some other . It makes, but we know it leaves the' largest margin of satisfaction to our , 1 v"! 1 customers. Kirschbaum clothes are standard have been for 50 years. Style, fit and tailoring" are superb. Fabrics absolutely all wool as- The Kirschbaum label on any garment sures you of these qualities. baum hand-tailore- 4 If you find any imperfection in a "Kirschd" garment we'll refund your money. The young fellows will find the Reggy model the latest expression of good style in young men's clothes. McCONNELL &. NUNN'S CASH STORE. Schotil Tax. BRING IN YOUR TOBACCO. finished-delivering- ice law" Judge Hanberry was Jow in tho time got rj(j 0f your eumntism. You will find Umniuor- i'a Liniment wonderfully effective. no application will convince you of merits, iry iu ror sum uy an idem. assisted by Senator N. W. Utley, E. II. James and L. H. James. Miss James has achieved this success by her own efforts and studious application of native ability and that she will win fame we confidently predict. Rememberyou must now write it, Miss Ruby James, L. L. D. All those interested in Greens Chapel Grayeyard, come WedW. T. Henry to Miss Flora nesday, the 17th day of May and Clyde Lucus to Miss Mary L. help repairs the fence. Those who can't come are requested to Sleamaker. L. E. Yates to Miss Fredda send $0.50 fifty cents to help Pickens. pay for posts. Dinner on the S. E. Edwards to Miss Bessie ground. Every one cordially inRunyan. Yours as ever, S. D. Sutton to Miss Ada Camp- vited. bell. Mrs. Jno. Swansey. Mc-Ke- e. MARRIAGE LICENCE ISSUED DURING APRIL, 1911. CEMETERY NOTICE : School tax for 1911 is payable Those who have not May 10th to 25th, 1911- -5 per their tobacco to the cent penalty will be added to all tax unpaid after May, 25th . Association house must arrange Will be at office of Bourland & to get it in soon, as it is necesIlaynes May, 23, 24, and 25 all sary to close the factory June1-1stday for the purpose of receiving tax. H. A. Haynes, Treasurer, We cannot receive it aflor Marion Graded School District ' that date. No. 27. . h, " "'-- - ' mJ "I ., r- - LU1LI?I rl 7tWt l' BlPlMt'ym K Tyry ,&Gmwn m iiwiwin"fn iiln'i m iii-n- T rii ESKEW EPflC iVIachinists. y- - DfpSTJ RESENT tho best Mower that ever went into the field M NDISTRJ&L "A tittle bit PROGRESS Do You Believe In Progress? wlio'progress are men who use McCormiclCur Walter At Wood's up-to-date Arc You Advancing? PROGRESS means to make 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 relish the free, fresh air and sunshine. Are you doing it? Do you progress? .- THE NEW WALTER A. WOOD T a W JBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBaBBBBY"""1 MOWER world-famou- s. THE ADMIRAL The Admiral is the latest Walter A. Wood Mower. In tt is concenn year experience. It possesse 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 The following statement of a prominent Illinois dealer indicates the popularity of the Admiral and suggests the wisdom of investigation. "The Admiral Is Jut a tittle bit the bett Mower that evf went every day tellins what a wonderful fifty-seve- Into the field. machine St U. Farmer come in We would notbuy anything te ele." We want to ehow this No on who want to keep Mower to every farmer in this locality. posted on the newest in farm machinery uiH neglect to investigate the Admiral It una surprise and deSght yoa. reapers, harrows, cultivators, planters and etc. Are you up to date? Are ou using modern farm machines? Look at your equipment Are'nt some of your machines pretty well worn? Shouldn't you replace them? Tnere is no line of farm machines superior to our line. These machines are used in ever" civilized country in the world. hay-tedder- s, binders, hay-rake- s, mowers -I- J 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. t h Eskew Bros, Carlisle Street, Announces For Governor. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY Marion, Do Ky TEETH PILLS. e! j' .' . !, s ' Have you overworked your nervous In the following unique card. Hon. Max Hanbcrry, a prominent member system and caused trouble with your of the Cadiz bar. formally announces Sidneys and bladder? Have pains in his candidacy for Governor of Ken loins, aid, back and bladder? Have tucky: appearance of the face, Having stood for many years for you a flabby "equal rights to all and exclusive and under the eyes? A frequent deprivileges to none," (not even barring sire to pass urine? If so, Williams' the women), and all these years hav- Kidney Pills will cure you Druggist ing advocated five cardinal principles, Price 0 M'f'g. Co., and these being so well known to Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J. H. all, and most of the people if not owing to the great, terrifice and irre- Ormc Marion Ky. sistible pressure brought to bear on me, and owing to the further fact that has once been even Gus Willson elected Governor, though knowing as CHICAGO I do that it will be a greatVsacritice personally and financially to accept this responsible position; yet, owing to this great pressure, I have decided ROBBED. tox accept it. In fact, I sec no possible way to avoid it; and now, in order that none may misunderstand will one more time In Broad Day Ligh- $25,000 Hani my position, tmake myself cicar. I am unalterably in favor of First Chicago, May 10. Four armgiving every "yellow dog" Democrat a lucrative office one which will be ed robbers held up the jewelery remunerative enough to keep him store of Edward Alberti. on Milfrom want, exertion, and worry. Second I am in .'a or of giving waukee avenue, in the Northwest every white Republican (especially Side business section, forced Althose who voted for Gin Willson anJ berti and his clerks into a back still remain loyal to their party) a pension, same to be ample to keep room and robbed the store of diathe wolf from the door without ef- monds and watches valued at 25, fort or care on his part. Third I am in favor of giving 000. The men remained in the voter a watermelon store for a quarter of an hour, every negro patch, a mule and a fish pond, with then entered a big automobile imported labor to handle his mule and cultivate the melons, free of care and away just as a patrol wagon or cost to him. full of policemen, summoned by Fourth I am in favor of and will married woman a 40- - a passerby, drove up to the store rive every automobile of their own Visitors, including: customers. r i selection, and two hats each evcryl m year as large as any turban wheel Is"11 Wormanl"?--btraSS, WttO entered i ini; tKnAin wen; now in use for the operation of any me oiuiu iiiic fVin luuucia vvvams grist mill in the State of not more at work, were ordered into the than C00 ban els capacity, together with a half ton of chewing gum for back room at the point of a piseach one annually, and will grant tol, robbed and tied up with Aleach one the exquisite privilege of berti and (he clerks. Strass' saying anything she may sec fit to say about her neighbor, no odds how sample case added 12,000 to the slanderous, without fear or hindrance, loot. In all, nine persons were cither of law or equity. Of course, it goes without sayinp that every girl tied in the room when the police and single woman in all of the Com arrived. monwealth is to have a wicket phae- -' ' ton and a spotted pony without cost . WANTED CORN or cape. So with oinc degree of impatience, Until further notice we will not on my own account, however, people," give 50ctS. for white com shuck- but on account of the "dear I await my inaugural. ed and delivered at our mill. cents.-Williams STEAMSHIP GOES DOWN AT SEA ALL PASSENGERS AND MAILS SAVED. Distress signals flashed through fog May 9. -- The Pacific Tokio. Asia, from Mail steamership, Hong Kong for San Francisco, has sunlCoff Finger Rock, South JEWELERY STORE China. The passengers are reported rescued and the mails saved. afternoon, but owing to the fog, which continued heavy, was unable to discover the whereabouts of the distressed steamer. The America laid to until the weather cleared, when she found that the Chinese vessel Shang-Si- n of the Taku Steamership Co., had gone to the aid of the Asia and recued her passengers. The latest report received by the agent of the Pacific Mail steamship line at Yokohama says that the Asia was sunk, but that it is believed the passengers with the mails were all saved. New York, April 25. -- Survivors of the wrecked steamership Asia report at Shanghai they were attacked by pirates. The captain stood by his ship and fired 500 rounds. ONE Host Marlon WEAK People The Too often Gliosis Hainii Swamps? No, Never. Its foolish to fenr a Dr It. B. Wolfe will be at fancied evil, when thoro are re.il and deadly perils to guard against in Tolu, Ky., from May 3rd to 13th swamps nnd mnrrihes, bayoun and lowinclusive. lands. TheHC nro the miliaria germ that cnuee ngue, chills nnd fever, Parties in need of dental sernches in the lones nnd wenkne58. muscles nnd tuny induce deadly typhoid. vice should come in early as it But Electric Bittern deHtroyn nnd casta may be necessary to treat the out thenc Vicious gcrrm from tho blood. "Three bottle- drove nil tin teeth several days before filling malaria from my HyHtctn," vvroto Wni. or crowning. Fretwell, of Lucnmn, N. C, "nd I've had fine health eyer since." Iu thin! Satisfaction guaranteed, and snfe, sure remedy only f0 cent nt examination free. HnyncH & Taylor's ai.d Jas. II. Ormo'a drug store, Marion, Kv - i 3t 1 buy your SEWING MACHINE from an liorsc-powc- v Vj-- rt4-- t j MAX IIANBERRY. tf Marion Milling Ce. The Asia sailed from Hong Kong Friday and was due in San Francisco May 19. She operated regularly between those ports and was commanded by H. Gau kroyer. The vessel was built in 1883 and registered a little less than 5,000 tons gross. Finger Rock is a remarkable projection from the Heau Chu islet, the southern of Talchau group of islands, which lie about 200 miles south of Shanghai. The ship was on her wav to Shanghai, which was her regular port ofjcall. The Asia struck Sunday morning while feeling her way cautiously through a thick fog, in the direction of Shanghai. Her wireless signals of distress were picked up by the steamer America of the Toyo Kisen Company, which was enroute from Shanghai for Hong Kong. The latter vessel immediately replied: "We are coming toyourassist-tance.- " No futher message was received by the American, which pushed hard in the direction of the Asia. The America arrived off Finger Rock at 3 o'clock yesterday SPOT Have A AUTHORIZED DEALER. Weak Part And Too Often It's Hack. Everyone has n woak spot. it's n bad back. Twinges follow every sudden twist. Dull aching keeps up, day nnd night. Telia you the kidneys need help For backache is really kidncy-nchA kidney cure is what you need. Doan'n Kidney Pills help sick kidneys. Are for backache and urinary ills. Marlon peoplo recommend the rem edy. A. II. Frittfl, Deopot St., Marion Ky., says: "I know Doan's Kidney Pills to be an effective and reliable kidney remedy. For some time I had lameness in my back and pains caught me when I nroso from n stooped posi tion. Tho kidney Becretions were nbio irregular in passage and I felt miserab in every way. Doan's Kidney Pills. procured nt Hnynes & Taylor's drug store, were prompt in relieving me of n all those annoyances. I have no in giving this remedy my highest c. 1 There are future advantages to be derived from the parchase of a sewing machine from an authorized dcaJcr who fcaa made f he sale and tag machines his exclusive business. care of sew He always has duplicate parts and accessories at hand to meet, at a momento notice, any sort of accident which Is liable to occur to t!ie machine. Accidents will occur you can lessen their liability by purchasing the GBHSeBH bIng Erarmr a iaMmi?ra MACHINE MOST POPULAR THE SEWING OF KNOWN 'VALUE , , & For tho past half century tho IVK1V ircvvf v i,no i conduction T "' 4 heai-tio- Z 7 . Z" -- ' t It in endorsement." Price 50 For sale by all dealers n Co., Buffulo, cents. New York, sole agents for tho Unitnd Fostcr-Milbur- TintlnnnA ,,v-- u x 1.,l. '" AUOP Propony adjusted. PERFECTLY SIMPLE If you ro ainktag of puKtoh,,. a mncUla0 and It is SIMPLY PERFECT. . . States. Reemcmber the name Doan's take no other. and 1 M4-1- W. 0. Tucker, Furniture, Company. i( ilAll x ,eik..4 iKft&ai s -- 4 r Ml WEEKS or ARGAINS THE CLODHOPPER o 4ND ED PRIMARY ELECTION MAN Democratic Primary to be Held THE BALD-HEAD- at Various Voting Precincts July 1st, 1911. A STIRRING TALE OF LOVE AMD BUSINESS. ; SPECIAL SALE ON 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 comeand 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 yd, 4 yd lengths and under 7 cts per yard. Woolen dress goods at 1 -- 2 price. Mens pants 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 by ROBERT C. HAYNES, Written for the Record-Pres- s Author of "This Fanny World," "Dark Days and Bright," Etc. a X. THE FIGHT. "There are many girls, Joe there's Miss Imogene Moss A good enough girt, in her way," said the btss, "She's in fact an expert, much more so than Green, When it comes to the work on a writing machine. "And yet, after all, there's a difference, Joe For altho' you are young, yet all this you may knw She might run a machine without friction or strife, And yet make a man an indifferent wife. , "And Joseph," still went on the Bald Headed Man, "A man may work on, do the best that he can, And jet, what's the god, if he marries a wife, And is hamper'd and hemm'd in and heapeck'd for life? ,'What a hopeless, unhappy, unfortunate fate! What a dark and deplorable, glimmerless state! Anil yet, such would be your condition, I ween, g With that green, giggling, gump Imo !" That smooth going sentence was never complete! Like a huge jumping jack, Joe Turk boune'd to his feet! Enraged and indignant, he now made across To where stood like a Spynx, the big d boss. "You hound!" began Turk, "You contemptible cur! To so speak' without cause, disrespectful of her Imogene, That dear, noble girl, the bright-eye- d Whom I took from your death breeding writing machine!" Just how it was done no one ever could tell, For, tho' over so soon, 'twas done none the less well, (Bim!) (Biff!) Through the window Joe's plan-Aby a mule, crashed the d Man! if kicked gum-chewinbald-heade(Ker-whack- !) Bald-Heade- s A t t tawa last week. Mrs. Sue Barnes and Miss (Delayed from last week.) Maude Richards went to Marion eiack Draught 15 cts per box, Wine Cardui 75 cts bottle, Fleets Lice Rained our Sunday School out Friday. will Killer 20 cts per box, Flecks Stock Food 1.00 size, 75 cts 50 ct size 40 cts. last Sunday April 30, but it eve- Dr. Fred Bunton and Miss convene again next Sunday Groceries as cheap as the cheapest. Highest market prices for produce. ning at 3:30 o'clock sharp. Nellie Easley, of Fredonia, were get some of these bargains, would sell whole stock Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wigginton pleasant callers at the home of Come at once and in a lump. Small-po- x all gone. have just returned home from a Mrs. W. E. Charles Saturday I will appreciate a Any one owing roe on account, settlement as I am visit to their daughter, Mrs. An- afternoon. Ramage was in Kut-taw- a Freefnan drews, near Piney Fork. very muoh in need of money just at this time. last week. Mack Hillyard says he don't Misses Ola and Tylene Charles see how he is to get those watermelons out of Walter Wiggin- visited relatives in Livingston 4 ton 's garden that poultry fence county last week. Lon Graves was in Fredonia is in the way. , Richard Thompson' planted Saturday. Mrs. Charles Padon and daughHUllHICAXK corn Friday and a good lot of it was up Sunday morning. Who ter, Mrs. C. H. Cassidy, were (Delayed from last week.) in Frcdo;:.'a one day last week. can beat it? Some corn planted. Mrs. Fred Ramage was in Tobacco plants are nearly ripe Clyde Lucas, of Tolu, was in Kuttawa Saturday. so you had better get busy. our midst Saturday. Mrs. Willie Griffin is visiting Grass is growing fast and Mrs. Mattie Winder's mule near Frances. that was hurt some time ago, is those jersey heifers are giving Misses Lossie McReynolds and large quantities of good rich milk getting along nicely. Mollie Lee Dycus were the guests v ft James Ford was in Tolu Sat- and you would like to cut that of Miss Nellie Cam pbell Friday I'll I II nice yellow butter. urday. Miss Edmonia Bennet returnD. B. Wigginton sold a fine Jim Terry, of Marion, was H vlull ed to her home in Paducah jersey cow to Mr. Street for here Friday on business. Thursday. Frank Jacobs, of Glendale, $50.00 and has three more left, LJ urn m ' Mr. and Mrs. Edgie Gregory, passed through this section one but two of them are $75.00 a ofTiline, visited relatives here I piece and don't care to sell at day last week. Saturday. v mill Mrs. Josh Hamilton is on the that price. Mrs. G. W. Jones was the I "Our bab cries for Chamberlain' Ollie James is in the field and sick list. R guest of her daughter, Mrs. Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B. 5 i fin Price Turner went to Tolu is painting Paynter up alright. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best Harry Bennett, Saturday. pi We wont forget you Ollie. Saturday. cough remedy on the market for Several from here attended coughs, colds and croup." For sale 1 The Cumberland Presbyterian X Bro. Richard was in our midst the Ministers and Members by all dealers. General Assembly meets in the LI n recently. ? l V city of Evansville, Ind., May 18. meeting at Caldwell Springs urover winders purchased a V Friday and Saturday. new buggy a short time ago, and If vou have thought that the The new livery stable has been Only Automobiles At This Fun era Presbyterian dewe think he puts it to good use. Cumberland completed and is quite an addi- New York, Mv2-0nl- y automobile Edward Shewmaker was in nomination was dead. If you will come to Evansville at that tion to our town. twelve limousine cars followed this neighborhood last week. tended to by experienced the automobile hearse in which Misses Mae and Nannie time, you will be agreeable surA Reason There's the body of Mrs. H. Caroll Brown, men, I Hughes were the guests of Mrs. prised to find it not only living, When you need but under the guidance of the For the large and increasing sale of daughter of the late Marcus Daly, George Tucker Friday. our services simply tele- Preparations are being made cloud by day, and the fire by Dr. Bejl'a Pine-Ta- r Honey. When in was borne to the grave, to have a telephone line run night. She is making rapid pro- the need of a cough medicine try it As the procession filed its dusphone we attend to ty way from Mrs. Marcus Daly's gress to reach that land that is and you will know the reason. through this neighborhood. everthing else. You can leave promised to all that love and house on 5th avenne to GreenMrs. Mattie Windders, who Brooklyn. It wood cemetery, X has it all to us with the greatest been quite sick the past obey the Lord. Attempt To Assasinate drew comment on every side. ' confidence. week, is improving. Ask any friends Sick headache results from a disorPresident Of Panama The heavy rain that fell April whom we have assisted on this $ dered condition of Ihe stomach, nnd i30th, did great damage t fences $100 Reward, $100 Colon, May 2. -- An assassin atsad occasion they are our best can be cured by the use of ChamberTho readers of tills paper will tx n this neighborhood. pleased to learn that thero is at least ono lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. tacked Carlos A. Mendoza, aged reference. dreaded dlseuso that sclenco has been For sale by all dealers. that Is President of Panama, at a ban- ablo to euro In all Its stapes, andtho only Is Hall's Catarrh quet. The man emptied his re- Catarrh. euro now known Cure the medical positive, to fraternity. Catarrh belrm a constitutional Everything of the best at reasonable prices I Why Experiment volver, but the shots went wild. disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catnrrh Cure Is token InDYOUSBUllO. The attack is believed to be ternally, actlnir directly upon tho blood Phone 53, Marlon, Kentucky. " f When Dr. Bell's lias tho system, theremucous due to a movement for the sepa- and destroyingsurfaces of by tho foundation of tho dis(Delayed from last week.) been tried with sutisfaction for over ease, and BivlnB tho patient strength by Remember we give gold stamps sixteen years in million of homes for building up tho constitution and assisting Mrs. Lucian Vosier and chil- ration of Church and State. nature In doing Its work. Tho proprietors eoughs, colds, croup and all throat nnd have so much faith In Its curative powW. Company f bronchial troubles. You can get it dren are visiting Mrs. Virgina ers that they offer Ona Hundred Dollars to cure. Send caso that It for anywhere. Look for the bell on tho Vosier this week. Or. Bell's Antiseptic Salve for any of 3. CHENEY fallsCO., Toledo, Ohio, testimonials. list A Address F. Dr. T. L. Phillips was in Kut- bottle. Good for nil Skin Diseases Sold tT all DrupKlsts, 75c. constipation. shirts for 20 cts, Ladies vests 3 for 23 cts. All Ttevvare at cost-I- O ct tin buckets 8 cts - 15 ct buckets li cts-2- 5 ctwell buckets 20 cts. Mens Summer under To LWrbN GROVE be Continued. Yours For Business. J. F. Canada, Crayne, Ky. w 'Km (ifiE I derfakeil tt 1 asonableChar T Salem, Ky., April 8, 1911. The Dem ocratic Executive Committee for the Seventh Legislative District of Ken tucky, composed of thu counties of Crittenden and Livingston, this day, in accordance with a call made by the Chairman of the said Seventh Legislative District of Kentucky, assembled in this city in executive session, being desirous of holding a Primary Election under the provisions made and provided in such cases, to nominate a candidate for the office of Representative in the Spventh Lcgisfative District of Kentucky, do now call and direct and hereby give public notice that a Democratic Primary for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative for the Seventh Legislative District of Kentucky, will be held in said counties of Crittenden and Livingston, and the polls lor this purpose will be opened in the various voting precincts of said Counties of Crittenden and Livingston at the usual voting places therein, Saturday, July 1st, 1911, between the hours of 6 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., as required by law. All known democrats and ail other persons who desire to affiliate with the democratic party at the coming November election, and who will abide by decision of said Primary, ami a 1 young men who are not of age now but will be of age and legal voters at the November election 1911 and wl o desire to affiliate with the dcrnccnt party, are eligible voters to part i pate in said Primary election. It is desired by said Democratic E ecutive Committee for said Legislati District, that all txpercs of he'.- -i .w said Primary cleclkn shall be borne and paid by the candidates for said office, being voted for, which will bo the sum of $150.00 which sum shall bo borne equally by each candidate, if there is more than one candidate for said office; and which sum shall be paid to tho Committee in cash, by be ing placed in tho hands of R. B. Clement, Chairman of said Committee, on or before the 10th day of June, 1911. Any person desiring to submit his name as a candidate for the office, to be voted for in the Primary hereby called, for the democratic nomination, shall not, later than 15 days next preceding the holding of said Primary, viz 14th day of June, 1911, apprise the Executive Committee of said District; of the fact that he is a candidate) by; notifying R. B. Clement, Chairman pf said Committee, at Marion, Cxfttende". county Kentucky, that he s a, candui-at- e for Representative of tho Seventh Legislative District of Kentucky; and, upon his compliance with the condU tiona prescribed by this Committee governing candidates, and paying the required entrance fee as prescribed herein, shall have his name printed upon the ballots as a candidate for the office of Representative. In the event of there being only one candidate for Representative for this District, complying with the requirements of this call, then and in that event said primary will be called off, and the Democratic Committee for the Seventh Legislative District of Kentucky, will meet at Salem. Ky., on tho 1911. ut 11 o'clock, 7th day of Jun a. m., and will proceed to take the necessary steps to declare said candidato-thnominee of the Democratic party Representative. for R. B. CLEMENT. Chr'm. J. R. SUMMERS, Sec'y. --e t'i J n 9 j T Every detail at- - -- to-da- y. t t ' Pine-Tar-Hon- cy 0. Tucker, Furniture Take Uall'a Family Fills for r)' jzrr&MWF su' aaaET'T rBTrMnniiii-T- nr "T "rr '"T't " t: t "ff sWWWMSWPWKwWsWMwraPiwwwB DO YOU WANT TO WEAR WE GIVE COLD TRADING STAMPS. Classy Foot-we- ar X Tjj Etk ml! script) Clothing Masses! For The AND The Masses Tor Our Clothing! "Second TO THE MOST STYLISH. We Invite You ror men. None" Is Our Motto. Store. There Are Many Special Treats Await-Yo- u LLLLV . to Present Yourself At Our k r C 9 Nothing is neglected to give you first class, satisfying clothes, and after ou have worn tbem you will wear no other. Here. Grays, And Blues In The THE NEW DRESS GOODS New Browns, Tans, AND SILKS. Arc Exquisite !n i jtm Pattern And Coloring. Latest Style And Cut, For Young Men, Old Men, Boys And Children. GIVE US A LOOK! Wc Are Style Givers Our White Goods And Linens ARE THE NEWEST XX Our The Belts, Combs And Ribbons Will Finish Up Your Toilet. Spring Line Or Low Cuts Including The Best Price Makers. Dainty Laces And Embroideries. Gloves And Ladies Neck-weaThe Best Hosiery Money Can Buy r. Patterns, Styles, And Qualities In The Walk-Ove- r Shoe Swell Hats And Caps. Eft ftfcBlenheiiw The Latest Thing In Neckwear. L-GUGENHEIM We Pledge You Full Value For Every Cent You Spend With Us. You. Carpets, Rugs, Druggets flrd !V?.ttings. Let Us Show Patents, Kids, Velvets Tans And CravenettcsK?' All Style Toes For Men, m ii n Women And Children. We Fit All Feet. I I tecond-class i- -e one-ha- lf Y Al11 0 En J mms&u 1- 5 Rev. Joseph M. Roberts Dead. ten leet square and eignt leet graded any farmer's tobacco at growers but all grow the erly equiped and manned by a competent teacher is the first deep and discovered deer horns, 10 cents per pound, I mean for same type of tobacco. Rev. Joseph Manning Roberts Marion, Ky., May, 11, 1911 peculiar shells, arrow heads and stemming tobacco, I want its 4. More than three fourths! step in the onward march to pop died at Movers place eight miles pieces of pottery made of clay name. of the farmers of the district ular education. These lines are written in the south of Marion Monday evening and fine flint and some composed S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Because it has always dealt pool their tobacco with this AsMnySth, 1911. in his (Kith yonr. of clay and mussel shells. He fairly with its members, and the sociation and the remainder sell interest of no particular candidHe had been ill two months of independent, or pool in some ate, and it remains to bo seen bladder matter February gth also found bones carved in many people to whom it sold their inloi'd at trouble. His burial was Marion, Kentucky, ondrr Douothfce i 07 sc whom the two great political three human skeletons bacco, and has the confidence of (other organization. e Ac. of Consreia of March i. :8ro. at Freedom Tuesday, ho boing a and many fragments of skeltons. 'all business enterprises and they The object of the Association parties will offer to the voters member there. He is 'survived $1.50 per year. In his researches he unearthed a 'are as a rillc, friendly to it as is to get all of the tobacco known for their supfwrt. Will he be an by his wife and three sons: Mcl-vi75 cents for five months. large ring made of black stone. ' well as the press and profession-Onl- y ias the stemming or English type. educator of recognised ability, 20 cents for one month. John and Hohart, about one-fiftof the ash al men. in one organization, and have selected for his fitness for the Ho came to this countyiirty-fou- r pit has been removed and what. Because it has accomplished only one seller to meet, on equal place, or will he be some two by CASH ADVERTISING RATES: 4jc per inch S. C. to Foreign Advertitrrt. years ngo from North the other four-fiftjoe per inch S C to Home Advertiser! . will reveal .all its work by methods' that are terms, the one buyer, of our four who gets on the slate, in rate, Rcotot'd ads He was a member of the is anxiously awaited. Metal bases onlr Jed for Plates and Electros. honorable and lawful; no barns tobaccos. As stated above we the division of the offices which G. A. U. per line Xocalsf Marion Post. txftals loc I'er line in twelve point tynr burned; plant beds scraped; or have more than three fourths of the politicians often make. CASH Obit 'Hies ,cti pe- - me - fine. WITH Also the Senate of Kentucky Car. of . nV unbelievers thrashed by it this tobacco in the Association Jictoljiuiior" peci- Ctl' Paducah Woman Dead. Because there is not a more so that the remaining tobacco must undergo a change before TOBACCO TIDINGS. in that is sold independent, or pool- the common schools may expect business concern We are authorized to announce Pnducnh, Ky., May 5. Mrs. the State. The officers can ac- ed in some other organization, much recognition, and happily "Thomas S. Rhea, of Logan counBY R. F. WHEELER. Sarah Pierce, aged fifty-focount for every penny paid into is sold in competition to Associa- one half of it will bo renlnci d ty as a candidate for treasure, consumption, it, or out by it, and are willing tion tobacco, and has a tendency this fall, and we sincerly trust y?ira' (flictl .,f1rom of the state of Kentucky, subject auer a long iimcss. sue was a that voters make no mistake. to the action of tke democratic SOME REASONS WHY at all times to 'show up" to its to depreciate the prce. In othnntive of Crittenden county, and members. er words if you pool with the The old Senate could not or came to this city about primary, to be held July 1 1911. three Because it has in the past few Association you help to raise the would not change a lino in the years ago. She is survived by Fa.iuers Should Pool Their Tobac- years wrenched from the greedy price. If you sell independent, Sullivan law, nor would they her husband. G. W. Pierce, nnd buyers thousands of dollars and or pool in some other organiza- accept any measure coming from co With The Stemming DisHARROW ESCAPE seven children. Mrs. Pierce was placed them in the pockets of tion you help to lower it by caus- the people through the House of a sister of J. 0. Tabor, and her trict Tobacco Association. the tobacco grower, who was ing competition in the sale of Represenatives for the relief of the common schools. A House husband, George pierce, is n 1. E. Gilbert Gets Caugbt In Flood Because it was organized at a the rightful owner of them your product, to the advantage bill meeting the demands of the brother of J. P. Pierce, both of These thousands have found of' the buyer. Near Dixon, Saturday time farmers were selling their their way from the farmer into people, and giving every child in Marion, Ky. tobacco at prices too low for the every avenue of business, every the state an equal chance for an big rain, Satur- te nants to live by raising it, and man, woman and child in the education was passed and sent Just after the A Long Fell Want SuppW the land owners could not afTord five counties have been benefited ROAD AND SCHOOL over to the Senate where it was day, Dr. L. E. Gilbert, of promptly pigeonholed, and the in trying to go from to have it raised on his land nor by it. Wc have added a new but man who was running the busG. W. Grant's, near could the man, who worked his Dixon to LEGISLATION IN PROSPECT Because if this Association ton machine to cover buttons iness over there, refused to call it here, came very near getting own land get pay for his work. lives, it must have the patronFrances, Ky., May up for consideration even when of the same material as your drowned near the railroad cross- Because these conditions were age of the tobacco grower. All more than two thirds of the Sen- dress or coat, send scraps afing, near the home of Mrs. Sal-li- soon changed by farmers pooling the schemes that could be de- - Editor: I am almost daily in of inquiries regarding the ators signed a written request ter cutting and let us make allud- their tobacco with the Stemming, vised and a! the falsehoods that Mooney. At the point ed to the public road crosses a Association, to prices that were could be thought of, are at work outlook for School and Road leg- for its passage. your buttons. The big chiefs of the Senate branch, which following one of profitable, and as there was no to ruin the organization, and islation at the next meeting of Prices No. 54, size of half the biggest rains this country other association or union until here are the reasons: -- jealousy the General Astembly, and I were too busy defeating the Co. dime, 10 cents dozen. No. has ever had, had been transpos- after the advance had come let on the part of some; ignorance take this method of giving my Unit bill to give five minutes 30. size of a nicklc, 15 cents retime for the passage of a law so ed into a mighty river. The Dr. us give the credit the Stemming on the part others; and greed on views as to the liklihood of vital to the interests of the a dozen. lief along these lines. District for the advance. No 36 size of a undertook to cross the stream the part of the remainder. "uncross-able,"an- d First as to school reforms: That seven thousand school children of quarter, 25 cents a dozen. Because the Association is well but soon found it was Will the tobacco growers alhis horse was known to the tobacco markets of low these three factors to rule depends largely upon whom the the state. that Sent postpaid by mail on Now about Good Roads: We swimming, his buggy clear of the world, and has a reputation or will thev be their own mas- people place at the head of the receipt of price. the' earth, and that he must seek for fair dealing with them. ters and be ruled by their better schools of the state, in the office will have some thing to say next Sample free, C. B. Loyd, week: M. F. Pogue. Because it operates in a terri judgement and rally to the sup- of superintendent of Public escape. He lunged into the watat the coming NovemFredonia, Ky. er and managed to reach land tory that raises a type of tobac- port of the Association that co that is famous at home and brought tobacco up and the only ber election. His suggestions with no further injury than a .good fright and a thorough wet- across the waters; one that is one that can hold it up. Con- are taken by the average legisEnoch-Allph- n Good Koad Meeting and buggy came now in demand, and will always sider your own wellfare, and lator to be a panacea for educatting. The horse ional ills, and often, too often, The Editor has received cards Next Monday, May be. out alright, also, and with the pool your 1911 crop with the 15 at 1 o' Because it has good, financial Stemming District Tobacco As- they scurry back and forth at reading as follows: Mrs. Carrie clock at the court House. Every excepfion of the loss of a few his nod and beck only too glad to Allphin announces the marriage body come: little articles which were in the backing, and is in a position to sociation. T. M. Dean. Previous subscriptcarry out his behests. If you of her daughter, Mary, to Mr. D. ions amount to set a price and hold out for it. buggy, there was no damage. adIU70.oo an educational crank to that G. Enoch, Monday evening May ditional subscriptions; The Because it has for its general Elige manager, a tobacco man, who Above we publish an excellent important office, you may expect the first, 1911, Pratt, Kansas. Franklin 20 days team and man, Hardin County Faimer has had some tnirty live years article from Mr. Dean giving conditions to remain topsy turvy; At home212Thompsonst., Pratt, Lewis Bros 20d'ys team and maiw Unearths Old Relics. experience, handling and selling several reasons why the farmers on the other hand if you elect a Ivans. C and A. T. Pope, Pope Mining The Crittenden Record-Pres- s tobacco, who is posted on tobac- of this county should pool their man from the people who is con"Elizabethtown, Ky., May Company .$100. Commodore Urn- esextends congratulations to Mr. mg Company $100. Yates, a farmer of near co markets and everything else tobacco with the Stemming Dis- siderate, practical and most WiUiam Clif-on$Vine Grove, this county, discov- that effects the prices of tobacco. trict Tobacco Association. We pecially not a fad hunter, but can Enoch and his bonnie bride. The Quint M. Cov Jcrs $10. ered an ash pit at the foot of a Because it has sold the farm would like to add the following: see that only educational progress groom is a son of Wm. B. Enoch R. II. Kemp, 5 day a Jiam and 1. This Association is com- can be made by recognizing the formerly of this county, whoso man; Charles Fritts 5 days Bluff ninety feet high on his farm ers' tobacco for more money team posed of farmers. rural schools as the only tine wife w"s the daughter of Rev. and man; P. A. Guess 10 days Which he believes was built by than any other association ever t'i Indians or mound builders. has for the same kind of tobacco; 2. They are not only farmers, foundation upon which a perma- Hardy of Salem vicinity. He is team and man. Sam Ramago but they are tobacco nent educational edifice may be a nephew of Mrs. O. II. Paris of $5.oo; Bo sure and attend this It is 20 feet wide, five feet long saying a great deal, but, if any growers. erected. And the unstinted sup- - this city. The family have all lived meeting as everyone is other association has sold its and nine feet deep. interested in good roads. Mr. Yates excavated a space pool for 8 cents per pound or I 3. They are not only tobacce port of the common schools prop- - in Kans., for several years. J ! es, i n, Zt CrittciiDcn Ciceortj.prrsr. iwlaiiiglNJMWwMiMWWw COMPANY. i L Car-olin'- ti. h hs I I I i p- up-to-da- te ur Van-dersbur- g, 9.--D- e re-ce- pt . ... ct 10.--Hu- gh 5. fc w 1 , foflma&31hS) &.- CM & -,- 3 .M n,. 'f'- - V"Sj ' W A, i - WHATFOR DO YOU SUPPOSE IS THE REASON THE CONTINUAL GROWTH OF OUR WE WILL TEL1' THIS SECRET TO YOU. '' i i. .V s. IJ BUSINESS. What Is rt About .r i , t WHY IS IT That When Wc Sell You One Suit Of Hand-finish- ed YOU MUST READ EVERY And Bench-tailore- d Clothes That You Come To Us The Next Time? Not Only This Coverings? WORD OF THIS, And you will know the reason. Do you want to Save Money on Floor Well Listen! you can save to $2.50 on every 9 x 12 OUR SHOES AND OXFORDS That Makes Our Old Customers Keep Buying Them Season After Season? Why Is It When A i New . ,1 But Why Do You Tell Your Friends To Us For Theirs? Are They What We JSbbCx To Come from $1.00 Drugget by buying from us. in proportion. Other Rugs up-to-da- Customer Looks Carefully At Our Shoes And Oxfords He Buys? Any Shoe We Recommend To You We Stay Behind Our Recommend v Say They Arc? Do Wc Do What Do you Want to save money on Dress Goods? Then come see for yourself. collars, the soft Here is another; Shirts with or with-o- ut kind, from 50 cents to $2 50. Latest Things In Hats. Now comes the Secret. Frankly, its no other reason than we treat you right, do what we say, te ation, And If One Should To You. Go Wrong We Makt Good We Say? And Deliver The Goods. faylor & Carman, Marion, Kentucky. 7S? $ j All Dental work guaranteed satisfactory by Dr. Crawford. Mrs. Ed Corley who had been the guest of relates in the county left Monday for her home ALLWOIW OUNANTSCO F. W. NUNN. OliNTIST I .j 6 at Atwater Ills., mrici he Brood sow to let out on the' J. W. Goodloe. shares. For the best Dentistry see Dr. Crawford. Marion Hank Building. Mrs. Rose Mayes, of Caldwell Mesdames R. L. and J H Orme, M. II Wcldon was reported Dormkey, who Springs vicinity was here Mon- very low Wednesday at noon. Mrs. Harriett S. M. Jenkins, H. K. Woods and has been confined for several day visiting relatives and old W. Blue were the guests of Graniteware Sale May 0 20 J. wcoks with erysipelas, is recov- friends, she is always a welcome Mrs. W.R. Cruce at Crayne view Fohs. 18-1- a 9 m BULUINU. Hobble Skirts Good- J. B. M. Goes to Caldwell Springs. Tinware sale etc. Fohs. For Climbing Ladders. Mr. Ediror:-- On Thursd.- - y Mn, Mary M. Stone and little Buffalo, N. Y., May 9. -- The evening April 28th, in compa I daughter, Myrtle, were the spectacle of a woman descending with a sixteen-year-ol- d kid guests or" her sister, Mrs. U. G. a ladder from an upper story of a clean shaved face, lor I? ox, of Irion Hill, week. a big department store provided limbs, which seemed to be ve, Saturday, May 13th, is the entertainment for a crowd of much in his way; gray eyes, y look; and a deseveral hundred people here last with a day at Copher's. 18-19-- 20 . GranitewareSale May s '3 far-awa- ering rapidly. guest. Tinware sale etc. f Demonstration of N. B. C. 1 will buy any Zed A. Bennett the Tolu Bankkind of young cakes and crackers Saturday, .stock. See me when ready to er and wife of Tolu, were guests of relatives and friends here May 13th. -- M. Cooher. Mrs. A. II. Cardin. sell. R. P. D. No. 2 Sunday. .Marion Ky., Elisha Corley and wife were Having recently purchased one here Monday to see their daughof three FOR RENT:-Hou- se rooms. The house is on west of the best refrigerators, I could ter Miss Minnie oH for a visit to Depot street -- Roy Hurley. tf find 1 am prepared to serve you relatives in Illinois. Saturday. They entertained. been ill were royally Prof. J. U. Snider, who had at home, has resumed his work as Principal of the Marion High School. Coffee, Cakes and Crackers at Copher's, Saturday May 13th. Ladies we invite ,you especially. him. better this year than Henry C. Paris is rapidly fore. Copher. from the effects of his C. L. Obenchain broken leg and other wounds Owensboro Saturday caused by his mule falling on to visit his wife. He Monday. over be- went afternoon Miss Minnie Corley left Monday for Atwater Ills., to visit the to family of her Uncle Ed Corley. returned 18-19-- 20 For lnnd's'sako use Bowker's For sale by R. II. fertilizer. Kemp, phone No. M. 2 rings. Mrs. J. A. Moore left Monday for Dixon to visit her sister, who is reported quite ill. load of Hay FOR SALE:-C- ar First class timothy and clover, mixed, Hailed. Roy Hukley. .1. A. Chandler, of Iron Hill, I; one of the county's substantial men was in the city Monday. Sco R. II. Kemp before buy Price is ing your fertilizer. right. The goods are right. Try them my brother and you will use no other Bowker's Fertilizer. Mrs. Gus Taylor, of Marion, was the guest Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, of her sisters, Mrs. C. S. Morchead and Mrs. Princeton Leader. Gus Baker. Granitewnrc Sale May Tinware Sale 9l.c. Fobs. Mrs. Fanhie Walker left Monday to visit her mother who is quite ill at Rockford, Ills. The Presbyterian Evangelists Hendricks and Carter are now in a great meeting at Providence and having success both in and interest. Mrs. Herbert Whitney, of Water Valley, Miss., and her two children arrived Monday morning to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dorr. T. a large congregation, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Willson, Jesse Olive who has been suf- and Mr. and Mrs. James Henry fering with the neuralgia of the spent a few days shopping in inner lining of the stomach is Louisville last week. mnch better and is able to be at Fourth Sunday is Mission day his post. at Crooked Creek and on that W. H.Crow arrived Wednesday the pastor, Rev. W. R. day from Ft. Worth Texas whee Gibbs, will preach on Missions. CHINA GETS $5,000,000 he spent the winter with his son. LOAN FROM JAPAN All day service, dinner on the He is looking hale and hearty ground. In the afternoon Rev. Money for Railway Board Deficit and says he never enjoyed better M. E. Miller will preach to the Tokio, Japan, May health in his life. congregation. Everybody corto the $5,000,000 loan Last Sunday was the regular dially invited to come and bring which Japan has made to the date for services at Repton, and well filled baskets. The notice Chinese Government through the bright and pleasant day, of this meeting being held on the Yokohama Specie bank, tended to make the occasion one the 3rd Sunday was an error, as $8,450,000. Foreigners for a general ingathering of the the 4th Sunday May 2Sth is the will be allotted more than $2,500, people. Rev. Gibbs preached to correct date 000. ag-gria- night. Late in the evening Patrolman Pike saw the woman at the upper window of the store. She was crying hysterically and trying to attract the attention of persons on the street, A long ladder was secured near by. The officer started to go up, but the woman waved him back. "I'll come down alone," she said, and she did, the crowd cheering as she gingerly picked her way down the ladder. She proved to be an employe who had been working late and had been inadvertently lock ed in by the watchman. "The hobble skirt is vindicat ed," remarked tho policeman. "It's a great thing for a woman on a ladder." fifty-five-fo- ot te - STILL RUNNING. Our Planing Shop 11 Mill running nml doing all kinds of jul work in tlio tailoring lino Have a nico line of Spring and Summer sflinplot and ou will do well to sec them lioforu till) ing. Call 108-rings and let us call for )our pressing, I am Mill 2 consulting a specialist and who visited relatives in Missouri also while absent, returned home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ernest Carnnhan has returned from Nashville where she was treated in a sanitarium and is much improved in health. Miss Ellis Gray returned from St. Louis last week after a visit of 10 days. de-ightful J. Yandell who was in Born, Friday night, at the Evansville several days last week home of Rev. M. E. Miller, a , Decoration Day While you are partaking of all the good things, the national M. E. FOHS, Main Street. man will give you to eat Saturday May 13th, remember you Hart, of Pa will need a loaf of Copher's Mrs. George 0. ducha, a sister of Mrs. Carrie bread for supper. It is the best. Maxwell, died there last week. J. J. Martin, of Sullivan, deMrs. Maxwell, who had come in livered a big crop of wool, 9S0 from Ardmore, Okla., to see her, had returned home only a few pounds, to Wallace & Wynn Sat- days before her death. BABY CHICKS AND EGGS urday. Sturgis News-Demo- ci at. Fur Sixteen 1'ino-Tn- Years. Ekes & Chicks from High Class .Barred Plymouth Rocks, heavy layers, Eggs, 75cts, per 15 or 5.00 per 100. $2.50 per 50, Baby Chicks, lOcts, each. 1 t r Honey. Has been Dr. Bell's used by millions of people with perfect satisfaction. For Coughs, Colds, Asthma in fact all throat and bronchial troubles. Th) ingredients are on tho carton. Honoy contains no Dr. Boll's Pine-Ta- r habit producing drugs, and always W. S. LOWERY. gives satisfaction. Look for the bell Marion, Ky. on tho Bottle. Responce by J. M. Walker Committe to mark graves: Joe Crayne, Sanford Turley and D. W, Brook shire. Mnrshalls for the day: Capt. C. W. Haynes and A. C. Deboe. Floral committeesr-Soldier- s' wiv es, children and friends. Music committee: Geo. M. Travis. Dinner on the ground for every R. L. Orme, of Evansville, body, So bring your baskets wel came down Sunday to visit filled. his wife, who has been the Dr. Cook Kicks1 guest of her sisters, Mesdames J. W. Blue and II. K. Woods, "Funny how all Arctic explorfor a week past. They were en- ers are going into vaudeville, tertained at (5 o'clock dinner in isn't it." with Mr. Oakley H. Kellogg, "Yes, I see Dr Cook went on Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Orme, at the stage." their beautiful home on Depot "Buthedid'ntlikeit." "Why not." street. Messrs. Orme and Kellogg left for home Monday "He complained that his dress morning. ing room was too cold." Ind., credit and financial mana ger of the Boettacher Kellogg Co., the leading wholesale hardware concern in southern Indiana spent Sunday here the guest of friends. Mr. Kellogg is a flutist of national reputation and de lighted the audience at the Pres byterian church Sunday evening with a solo of rare beauty and exquisite rendition. Crittenden Post G. A. R. and son, mother and boy doing well. Co. K. 3rd Infantry will hold S. B. Weldon of Metropolis, their annual memoral service at Ills, arrived last week to visit his Old Piney Fork camp ground on brothers here, Mr. Weldon lived Tuesday May 30 1911. All old Confederate soldiers are in this county many years and welcome. has many friends here. Welcome address will be deliv O H. Kellogg, of Evansville, ered by Rev. Carl Boucher. The loan was quietly negotiated and came as a suprise to the representatives of foreign financial interests, since it was announced there had been an outcry from the provincial Chinamen, who are xevy jealous of the Japanese and who are easily inflamed by those having political purposes to serve. However it is not thought that this opposition will be serious and the conclusion of the loan at a time finnegotiations ancial between China and other countries are pending is the cause of much satisfaction here. The loan will be used to meet a deficit of the railway board and China gives in security 5 percent railway bonds. cided mouth that ho used quite: frequent. He was our hackmair and he appeared to see every thing except the side tracks and. mud hole but by the way he did very well, and in about one hour from the time we left our" ' "shack" we pulled up at Crayne. This is one of the business points n the I. C. railroad, consisting of two or three stores, blacksmith shop, tobacco factory de pot, livery stable, doctor's office, school and church buildings. Here we replenished our ward robe and moved on, passing farms and residences makincf a drive of about four miles, this boy said "whoa" at the residence, of Ed Myers, near MexfcoV Here we spent a pleasant night. Rain detains us until about 10 o'clock Friday morning. The sun having shone out we bid these kind friends adieu. We started on our way again and in about forty minutes we reached Frances. This is a small inland town at the cross roads. We noticed a school house, an elegant and substantial church building, a shop, a large business house, Masonic hall and a number of residences. We passed some two or three mining plants on either side of the road. About 11 o'clock we reached the end of our journey, Caldwell Springs church. The brethern were holding a prayer service. At 12 o'clock the good people-sprea-d a bountiful dinner in the grove and all partook of it with, 1 A t-- thanks. At 4 o'clock the meeting journed until 9 ad- Saturday morn- ing. While attending the services we made our stopping place with Bro. Charley Ralston and family and we enjoyed our stay in their pleasant home-tha- nks. Quite a crowd gathered at the church Saturday, and had a fine service and plenty of dinner on the ground for everybody. A very interesting service was in progress until about 3 o'clock, p. m., when black clouds began to gather from the west when all of a sudden, as if by magic, a streak of lightning flashed through that immense church building accompanied by a keen clap of thun der. The people began to move to and frc, almost breathless, waiting to hear the results. The lightning had struck a tree near the church killing a mule and shocked oth ers. This closed the service. Sunday morning it was raining nothing doing, and we retraced our steps homeward. 'A I " "?a j Vvd A Burglar's Awful Deed may not paralyse a home so completely as a mauler'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 Lcadill, Tenn. If ailing, try them, 25 cents at Haynes & Tay lor's and Jas. II. Ormo's drug stores. Vi 7 rt St J! ! 4 T Graniteware Sale May Tinware Sale etc. Fohs. 18-19-- 20 c M y l. ys ? T" AWV ' MMHHMPT"WFWW"" -- 'TVjHVH. imu l" '' ' ' " Kill n"1 "vl rf "2 '' """ "" I'VT Savtd CfclM Fran BffitH. d (Delayed from last week.) "After our child had sufTc-cfrom Low lands greatly overflowed severe bronchial trouble for a year," IHMMM McConnell & OATH ROOM IN CONNECTION -i. '" pleased. It has been dry and Igarin here all winter, and spring crops look well, but the winter wheat does not look so well but iW' come out yK and mako a ,w(l crop. We are having May showers now. This is a healthy country it is high and dry, and the pen. plo scorn to prosper here and quite a number of my farmer friends own automobiles. I have not invested in an auto yet but some time I think I will for this prairrie country is fine for autos. Our roads are 10 to GO feet wide and there is ample room for autos and teams to pass. Well I will close by saying I wish you well, happy and Hoping you may visit me some sweet day in northwest Kansas. I would be glad to meet you again. Yours Rcspcctfullyt J- Ii. Morse. -- Wiggins Sunday. Infant child of Al Kirk was buried at Union Wednesday. Carter McDowell and family visited near Walnut Grove first of last week. Mrs. Lizzie Carter has a bad of erysipelas. Mrs. Carrie LaRue was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Davenport, of Salem, a few days last week. Duke Davenport was quite sick. Twin girls arrived at Lawson Franklin's recently. They are getting along nicely. R. A. LaRue attended the Ministers and Members meeting at Caldwell Springs last week. The Sabbath School visitor, Stone, reported our's among the best in the county. We are proud of this distinction and want to see it even better than now. wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richard-son'- s Mills, Ala., "wo feared it had consumption It had a bad cough till the time We tried many remedies without avuil, doctor's medicino seemed as useless. Finally wo tried Dr. Kimr'a New Discovery, and ure pleas ed to say III it one bottle effected a complete euie, and out child is again strung and healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagrtppe, asthma, croup and sore lungs, its the most infallible remedy that's made. Price GO cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Hnj ties & Taylor and Jas. II Ormc, Marion, Ky. tonsorial artists B K B .m...,.B PRESS BUILDING BUSY BEE BLOCK PI Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has be in uso for over 30 y ars, lias borno tho siguatmro of mid Ims been mado under his per- rf j&-?tf-?3oiinl supervision slnco its latency. f2L l uT7r, 'cccWX Allow no ono to dooolvo you In this. All Counterfeit, Imitations and ' d " are but' Just-os-goo- Experiments that tritlo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Dragged Roads continued from first page. Hichiugcr hit upon the township unit, he promptly pro ceeded to interest tlie influential men of the county in the project Once What te CASTORIA Castorlu is a harmless Mibctltuto for Castor OH, Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Ploasaat. It contains neither Opium, Morpliino nor other Narcotic Mihstancc. Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Fovcrlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. New Bridge Succumbs To High Water Mc-Crack- ?r ft the county and answered to one of whom received a commis sion bearing the great seal of the Haynes & Tiiyiur liuarante Parisian state, with a lot of ribbon, and was"VC- altogether an imposing Ssge :o iiaiiLsli Uandruli i document. And these men served And also to stop that bald spot from without pay. L'pon a diplomatic growing larger; to stop itching scalp hint the townships of a count and falling hair, or money back. Par- through which the road passed n Use For Over Years. isian Sage will drive every particle of were formed into an organization - 1limT TMCCT, 1IW TOH CIT CCNTAU COKJ1NT dandruff from your scalp, because it penetrates into the scalp and kills the like a company of infanm. with USSTi Drag dandruff germs which are the cause of the "Special River-to-Riall hair diseases. ged Road Commissioner" as capIt is a most beneficial hair dressing tain. He had his squads-.strunLow rate side trip tickets on No, no! From the street's rude and hair beuutifier, not sticky or sale from Little Rock, hustle. greasy, and is used by women of re- out along the road, and upon the From trophies of mart and stage, writes Mrs. Ethel Newhn, For futher particulars, and finement the country over. Large word from Secretary Eiehinger I would fly to the woods' low rustic of Liberty Center, lnd pamphlets on Little Rock. Ad- And the meadow's kindly page. bottle 50 cents. started them to work dragging '"that 1 began to take Car-du- i. V SMinlbn T. P. A. "Parisian Sage is the best hair tonic the highway. The haughty own- Let. me , dream ,as of old ,bv the ,river.' fIrpSS n , " . . "- .WI,W..W. for it has cured mc, ue iuvcu ior tnc urcam aiway; p,.00,,;n t i and hair grower I ever used. It is a er of an automobile, perforce, and 1 will never forjict it n.anSMIIC, intl. a For ii dreamer lives forever. grand dandruff cure and scalp cleaner, "1 cannot praise Cardul And a toiler dies in a dav. and also cures itching scalp." Mr3. hitched a drag behind his car and too highly for what it did John Boyle O'Reilly Lottie Davis, R. F. D. No. 7, Flint, got to work. It did not take lonj, FARM FOR SALE For im- for mc. Before began Mich., June 20th, 1910. to establish the fact that a motorMl to take It, 1 was very ' mClinte Pa,e 1 0cl" at ' sacrifice i bad color, suffered great car could drag after a rain from PILES! price my farm of about 275acres PILES! PILtd! pain and weighed only eight to ten miles of the highwa ' m Hardin County one CALDWELL SPRINGS. mile east , I have 105 pounds. Ni-Williams' Indian File Ointment will' in an hour, thus leaving the road f UM.. !',,S 0n No,an U,vcr- a good color, d ) not suffer cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Files. (Delayed from la3t week.) in excellent condition. and weigh 125 lbs." It absorbs thp tumors, allays itehing' Has new eight room house, barn Owing to the inclement weathWhen the feminine portion of at once, acts as a poultice, given in- -' and etc. Crops already planted ' E35 er, but few delegates answered the community discovered that stant relief. Williams' Indian Pite' go with the farm. to the roll-ca- ll at the Ministers the dragged road meant more fre- uintmcnt is prepared for Files and Mrs. Mary A. Ames. Take and Members meeting here Fri- quent trips to town, more visitor,, itching of the private parta. Drug-gintWhite Mills, Ky. 4t mail 50c and $1 00. Williams day, but there was a good crowd and lots of touring cars whizzing Co present Saturday and everybody by, they spurred the male lag- M'f'g. only, Props., Cleveland, O. The Woman's Tonic Sold by J. H. Ormc. seemed to have plenty to eat and gards. g parties be Beware of strong, noxa good time. The heavy rain came the vogue from the Missouri ious, mineral drugs, lh.it B KEVIL. sink into your ostein, broke up the meeting rather ab- to the Mississippi. The $8.20 LITTLE ROCK, ARK., e like lead to the bottom of ruptly on Sunday. buggy ride, formerly a Sunday Lnujer. AND RETURN FROM MARION. a basin of water. J. P. Pierce, of Marion, was luxury, became an every-da- y ocCardui is purely vegeVia Illinois Central and Rock with us Saturday. NOTARY PUBLIC table and contains no currence. The farmer and his Island Lines Account U C V minerals, or poisonous J. B. McNeeley came across family started to talk inotor-ca- r 5 - MONEY BACK fanners, bankers, automobilists, country editors, clergymen, merand scholchants, all were pressed into service. ars, Governor Carroll appointed commissioners for earn count , ever school-teachers, GENUINE CASTORIA Scars tho Signature of ALWAYS The EM -- H- -- W& 30 T- Yon Have Always Bought Paducah, Ky., Mav 10. county's new bridge is succumbing to the high water, and is now in such a condition that it can not be used. County Judge A. V. Barkley stated that immediate steps would be taken to have it repaired. The bridge was built several months ago at a cost of $17,000. the material being re enforced concrete and steel. No main tenance bond was required and the damage will fall upon the county. Forty feet of the south end approach nave given awav and more damage seems inevitable. The bridge spans Clark's-River- . pros-serou- s. - Never Out Of Work. Tho busiest little things over tnnilo nre Dr. KIpr'h New Life Pill. Kvury gluhulr of health, pill in a that changes weakness Into tronj;tli, languor into energy, brain, fag into power; curing constipation, headache, ohill-t- , dyspepsia ami miliaria. Only 2fa ut Hnynt'S & Taylor' and Jan. ii. Ormo'a, Marion, Ky. aiignr-coatc- d Throws Hymn Books At cr "I Am Glad" Sleeper In Church j , Kentuckian Provides Amusement i For Congregation. Los Angeles, May 10. A Kentucky college president, who is conducting a series of revival 1 1 1 I I I s, Road-draggin- old-tim- J. Re-Unio- n. roll-ca- ll Friday. Mr. Shadowen had a good mule killed by lightning at the church Saturday afternoon and another one knocked down and considerably injured. Rev. John Board, of Flat Rock section, was the guest of Tom Stone and family Sunday. Jim Brown came very near getting his mules drowned Saturday night on the Crittenden side of the Butler bridge. Mrs. Riley, of Kuttawa, is spending a few weeks with her son, Dan N. Riley, though she has seen the frosts of eighty winters, she is still blessed with a good memory and activity of limb. and before they realized it the bought one. More than eight thousand cars have been sold in the state this spring. Up to date ceventeen thousand automobiles liae been licensed by the state. A slight change in tire body- - enables the farmer to take advantage of the prices. His acquain- tance with farming machinery makes the care and running of a motor-ca- r mere child's play to him Continued on page 7. It Startled The WMid Wante- d- :100, 000 boys to take the place 100,000 drunkards who die annually. My reader, have you a boy to spare? If we remember correctly, when W. A, Blackburn made his when the astounding claims were first made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, hut forty years of wondor cures have proved them true, and everywhere it is nw known as the best salve on earth for burns, boiU, scalds, sores, cuts, b'uise3, sprains, swellings, eczema, chapped hands, fever, sores and piles. Only 25 cents at Haynes & Taylor's and J&s. IL Orme's drug stores. It is perfectly safe and The short line via the I. C. harmless, for u e by old Surveying and DraughtOFFICIAL ROUTE OF ADAM and young, and nn,y be JOHNSON CAMP 1008 UCV taken, as a tonic, for ing. months, without any possi . Tickets at the above extremely ROOM 1. PRESS BLDG. ble harmful effect Try it low rates will be on sale May 13th j MARION, KY. 14th, and loth, and are good re j turninir until May 23rd with pri vilege of extention until June 14 Lettcr From Kansas. The above rate is not only open Hays Medicine Co : Wo arc delightto veterans and their friends but May 29, 1011. ed to add our testimony to tho virtues Atwood. Kan., to any others who desire to visit Mr. S. M. Jenkins, Little Rock, the city of Roses in constipation, rheumatism and Marion, Ky. the Sunny South. STOMACH TROUBLE. For years wo Dear Mr. Jenkins:-- 1 have Little Rock long famous for its ' ,iave looked for n remedy, but in Hays sent you a money order for anhospitality has made great prep Specific we have found a euro. So far other year's renewal to the it has not failed on n singly man and aration to insure Entertainment twenty-eigh- t so keep it coming. have taken it. We have Record-Presand comfort for its welcomed recommended it to many of our friends It is quite a pleasure to us to guests which will . make the re- - and know of no failures We stand get the grand and glorioijs Pros union one long to be remembered, rcadJr t make aflidavit to this tcati- - every week, and then wo hear Through sleepersandchaircars haH thc news from old Kentucky. doubt V -- J. J. Wood, chief of Fire on May 15th. Engage accommo-- ( Department, Padueah, Ky. (The Keniuckians out hero, are ' ations now. mmi-18-2a'l doing quite well and are well I s, i Abstraciiru A Specialty, dangerous dniRS. meetings here, has adopted u w rl and partly successful meth od of Keeping the "pillars nnd sleepers" of the church awake during his sermons. Dr. H. II. Crossfiold, president of Transylvania University, was greatly annoyed during the sermon last night at the FirL(rhris-tu- n church by two of the reth-er- n who had fallen into n stale of coma, superinduced by unusual exertions during tho day. After callinrc attention to tho fact that he was listened to most attentively by others of tho congregation, the doctor observed that ono of transgressors, evidently a light sleeper, was The other, however, sitting on tho next to the front pew, was not faced by such a soft rebuke, but began to apply the pressure until deep breathing increased into a sonorous snore, the intake being followed by by rasping expirations. The Kentuckian could stand it no longer. Keeping right on with the sermon ho bogan to use force, and shied a Highom 'j book at the unconsious slocplr. one book followed another until audience was in a perfect titter. But the overborne man simply opened his eyes for a moment and, shifting his position from full face to profde, slept right on until the benediction without ap-parent ' interruption. t I T. ? G. H. Foster C. Foster JJ second race for the Judgeship, THE CRY OF THE DREAMER. of this county, he made the I am tired of planning and toiling In statement that Crittenden coun- Heart the crowded hives of men, weary of building and spoiling ty was out of debt and had And spoiling and building again nd I long for the dear old river, $1200 in the Treasur. Now, Where Idreamed my youth away, we see from the report of the I' or a dreamer lives forever, And a toiler dies in a day County Clerk, that the county is behind about $230.00. The tax am sick of the showy seeming payers would like to know where Of the life that is half a lie; the faces lined with scheming, that 1430.00 has been spent. Of In the throng that hurries by. We believe every dollar has been From the sleepless thought's endeavor judiciously used by our efficient I 1 Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-We- ar 25 Foster & Son Belleville St. Brick Stable X Paint" Formula ox Every Package Poet This Mean Anything" to You ? It expresses toe maker's faith in the product. Labor SI I 4 IB V iS 111; O Good Rigs for Travel-J- J 52 ing Men 5J Fine Carriage for Wcd-- J ding or Funeral X Occasions C5 V Promptness and Courtesy 0 Our Motto Kates Reasonable Phono 18 officers, but where? would go where the children Pine Tar and Honey Have been used for generations in Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Honey contains both combined with other valuable ingredients. Look for tho bell on the bottle. Be sure you get Dr. Bell's. For a dreamer lives forever, And a toiler dies in a day. can feel no pride, but pity, For the burden the rich endure; There i. nothing sweet in the city But the patient lives of the poor Oh, the little hands too skillful, And the choked with weeds I The daughter's heart grown willful. And the father's heart that bleeds! I child-mind it the principle cost in painting. The material should be the best. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR SALE BV 4 IS m vj ii MS WW 2 X S1 roster & Son Marion, - treating coughs. I Olive & Walker . fcUrf.. m 2 Kentucky JS f Or. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hom- sy Coughs and Colds. v5.V J v,? .' vjV - .. i WL' TH -- "V ' - - c. tv ynrr Continued from page 6. . 'w.i'ulisc ;unKiii; WiUiv .n. ulimgof at the start. .Ahuttt I he tirpt raj of oiicotirnrcinr 1 hr rr ccived was a letter from .'. T.ister, a hanker at Guthrie Cen-m- , who wiote: "Half an limir .iv I received your kite in c 1 river-to-river l J .' . . i ' ... i ' L r "tr. j"' - J ; -,-) I u - j. r? -- y'. ,V' -y- -" L'a'st ?M Caves Fall In reek while Mr. J. Says Wife Spent Too R. Much On Snuff ; R, F.D.NEWS piaeticni j ojeci. tiuthrie Center wants to he on that roail. I Have called a n'a 'Meeting of the citizens at the t ly Hall this evciiiiig'to di.scin.s a -- r.ird to a i ail. It's draped it." I 1 1 Hit lc IJiclu'njjcr tell his story. nia.s-meetin- e says : "Guthrie Center held its Foster was named head of a committee to select a route Men were through the county. take up the project with chosen to the road officers in each township in the county to he crossed by the toad. They were to iit the farmers along the road and to to the committee the condiof the highway. tion In the first mail next day there came a map of Guthrie County, a hc.i black band indicated the route selected. A page of writing told of the condition of the road and what was proposed to make it right. The day following its re icipt this map, four columns wide and as dcepr together with the r; wf the selection of the road, a, ,.t.;:icil on the front page of the v. Monies Capital. Copies f tnis iwie of the paper vere eerv name secured m t" '.. cou 'ties Ct .n ' wh'i. the rad wn t pass, to eery I Was Cured by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound i ninicrcul club, automobile as-. i.iti..n. bad female trou. cer loiuity and town- V uiriki, Okla. "Iwas all years, rundown. ship officer, whose name had bits for seven and so nervous .J could xi ot do ati)-'kui t cured from the count thing. Tbotbatim re-p.- Scrivenor was building a fence close to the foot of the knob he fdt I. 4 rijht foot sinking in the ground and by jumping he avoided falling into a holo which was made by the earth caving in. The hole was found to be twenty odd feet deep and to hive water in it. About the same time Mr. William Kussel, who works on the farm of Mr. II. K. Jaggers, of the Hillview section, was plowing with a horse and a mule; when going through a flat bottom the ground under the horse gave way and the hors sank in the ground up to his head. Mr. Rus-se- l removed the harness so that the mule would not be pulled in and he ran for help. The horse had a leg broken and died soon after being taken out. The h51e fell in about fifteen or twenty feet. It is conjectured by some of the older citizens of the community that this section is over the Echo River, I'r.own so well by all who go through the Mam-mout- h Cave. gists. -- Willinms M'f'g. Co.. Props., Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J. II. Orme, Marlon, Ky. it follows that the carriers horse on the eon- - must have one new discouraged, Ufkon unn TV Hull full IGOI fused, nervous, averge every year, to the tune of tired, worried or despondent it is n $3, 00,000, and this three million f uro sign you naed MOTT'S goes to the farmers on the PILLS. They renew the norR. F D. routes for the mal vigor und make life worth living. He suro and usk for MOTT'S NERVE-HIN- most part. Price 51.00 by drugPILLS. It costs $100. a year to feed a So NERVI5-KINE dit-fere- nt E If all the 90,000 horses used in the rural free delivery service in Atlanta, Ga., May 2. -- In his answer to allegation smade by his the Postoflice Department were wifcin divorce pioceedingagainst stood in a straight line from New there him- Clvde Croon, a young white York to San Francisco he a horse every 46 yards. man, among other reasons why wsuld ", as the crow flies, his wife should not "abandon" The distP-''him, claims that "I bought her is 2,350 n.Ilos. Forty thousand men do the snuff and clothing, shoes and stockings and fed her the best I work and practically all the carwas able." He stated that he riers i have two horses, while worked hard, and after spending some of them have three, madey hill-monev on snuff in sufficient necessary by long, sand oi routes. quantities to satisfy his wife, deNow, three horses, on an aver voted the rest to paying for age, only lasts three years at the furniture and other things that constributed to the pleasure of work, which is very hard. They are worth, say $100. each. the woman he had married. - MADDENED ELEPHANT KILLS HIS TRAINER AFTER . 7 YEARS Picks Up Victim In Trunk, Hurls Him to Ground and Tramples Upon Him Dickson, Mo., May 10. -- Hun 1 fJITEi ING dredsof persons yesterday saw an infurated elephant hurl its trainer into the air and then, after crushing him with its Weight, repeatedly pierce the body with its tusks. The tragedy came while James Hildebrat.d, the trainer, was endeavoring to put the animal, which belonged to a Wdd West show, into a car. Hildebrand was adjusting the chains which bound to the elephant its mate. Without warning the animal became enraged and wrapping its trunk around the trainers lwdy, lifted him high into the air and then dashed him to the ground. It is believed he was killed insantly. With its rage unsatisfied, the elephant began kneadling the trainer's body with its fore feet Then it dragged the body thirty feet along the railroad tracks in . tho vn.rds and reneated v thrusts v. horse sufficiently well so that he can stand to draj his buckboard or buggy over the route and we find the farmers another $9, 000,000 from this source. The figures grow stupendous. They sound like Standard Oil or war statistics. Thus we have $12,000,000 annually paid to farmers which they did not receive before the das of rural free delivery. It is a new source of income. Vehicles and harness, bicycles, motor-cycleand an occasional automobile cost the R. F. D. men $3,000,000 annually. Here we have a new set of beneficiaries bicycle dealers, automobile salesmen and harness makers. Ex. s, -- -- i Wk rent tlungs but hum began l did mo no gum!. 1 n.il appeal' went out to the IVr. got eo bad thr.t 1 could not sleep day luest men in each county. "Call i r night. While in ur .uitoiiiobilists commercial this condition I read cf Lydia It. Plrfc. ilttls, bnsinekS men, superur-- . bain'a Vegetable-Compoundand ta; tittup officers together. i and becan ita use nnd Pai. route, and send a map of atr to Mrs. Pinkhim foradvK n. In it to the Capital,' was the request k short tlmo 1 had gained, my average mm lht end am i.o'.v strong and well." Mrs. Kai.uk Stkvkvr, It. P. D., 2"o. Continued next week. .;, Llox il, Waurlka. Okla. Another Crnteful "Woman. Huntington, Alass. "I wis in a ner-- v STOMACH i3, nn down condition and for threo UPSET '.cars could find no licln. "I o'o my present good health to ITvMa K. I'inkbatn's Vegetable Cotn- tlrlvpl iMiiiud and J Hood ruriller which L .. TahlnlC Ul n.nn Clninaiti dlUIUUIill iuuiuiu "." u.vl my life. Away Stomach Distress "My doctor knows what helped bio tinddooanntsay ono word ngainstit." In five Minutes. Mrs. Jhm .lAMnTJ. JiATtS, Uox treat'-"- ! ilun thh i.i" fo dlf-- ft s Sample Helps Frail Women So many women arc dragging out weary lives just because their digestive organs arc weak. The result is poor circulation, nervousness and the verge of invalidism. It is often very unnecessary and the woman's own w , Tho first thing to do Is to look to the welfare of your bowels. There tho trouble usually lies. All physicians know that a large percentage of women ar habitually constipated, and from this results Indigestion, piles, weariness, etc., that women constantly complain of. .But there Is no use taking "femalo remedies" and things of that kind until you have started your bowels to moving. You will find that when tho bowels mov : regularly once or twlco a day all your bo-'.'retty uh win disappear. Take a irood. mild laxatlvo tonic liko Dr. Caldwell's I Syrup I'cpln for awhllo and you will ..., , And yourself rapidly Kitting better nnd OI the ShOW ran tO tronser. your bowels will regulato them- Attaches selves and work at stated " times, nnd the rCSCUe With pitchforks and then your hcadachci and dizziness will 1.4. IP it!ngton, Mass. Don't tako strong cathartic .disappear. 1J( cause jDiir caso Is a difficult one, dro e the elephant from its vict - Pius or salts, but just such a miw and Belching of pas; heaviness sour taste doctors having dono you no good, do remcdsr as Dn Ca,dwe"' im. It was not subdued until its in mouth, dizziness, biliousness urul rot eontinuo to milTer without giving Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegotablo ComVranntac,cnnta, blood ' diaV'aft nausea occurs simply because the stom- pound a trial. Jt surely has cirrcd sides were streaming with either size may bo enough to perma- fVin is not properly digesting tho food. many cases of female ills, such as in- lium IncnMy euro you. Thousands of women ach ku.uus. " ni-U'l- IU fault ,.,...., .... .. S1'Snff J stomach tnhlcta give instant relief to upset Btomnchs, but they no more; they put Htrcngth into tho Htomnch and build it up ho thnt it can easily digest a hearty meal .Sick headache, nervousness, slccp-res- s and bad dreams are all caused JJ iiirmcntntion of food. Stop tbu fermentation: renovato the HCoinach nnd mnko it clonn and sweet and hilf tho ills of tho human family would promptly disappear. If you have stomach trouble of any kind don't overlook tho fact thut is a doetor'H prescription, nnd that it's as Rood a prescription ns any doctor wil vrrito for years to come. Waynes & Taylor sell Htomnch tablets nnd ho do leading druggists everywhere. They are rigidly guaranteed to cure any case of stomach disease, or money back. Htomnch A large "box of coats but 50 cents. They act tablets so quickly that after dinner distress, heaviness nnd belching disappear in NA a triul five minutes. Give MI-money bnck plan. Free trial treaton will bo Bent to any ment of on request. reader of tho Record-Pres- s Huffnlo, Address Uooth's MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A A flammation, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic mins, backache, that be.iring.dowu feeling, and nnrvnus prostration. Kentucky's Smallest Man Dies At Hickman Immediately after the tragedy l,t,:oni,5rcturaendt,tlein, elephant was shot. Hilde- - jngn the brand had been the trainer for m KHen Dungan,street. Moitne. m.. years and frequently slept beside cot Mrs. Twenty-rut- h Munclc, Ind., and and pnJ to Dr. Caldwell for a free trial bot elephant. the tle, ns thev did. and learn for yourself jrJwMwtthwywgj ., TV lVUL what s 7: 0 Hickman Ky., May 2. Williams, aged 18 years, died at his home of his uncle, Caleb Kel-lein West Hichman, after several weeks' illness. He had the reputation of being the smallest man in Kentucky. He was not more than waist high to the average man. or about 45 inches, and his legs were exceedingly short in proportion to the size of his body. His head was much larger than the head of .an ordi nary man. He was a jon of Henry Williams, of this city, who is six feet tall. y, Asthma! Kivca Asthma! REMEDY P0PHAM S ASTHMA instant relief nnd nn absolute euro in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis nnd Hay Fever. Sold by drupKlsts; on receint of price S1.00. Trial I'acknRO by mail 10 cents Williams MTp. Co., Props. CleveSold only by J. H. Orme. land, Ohio. It will do In your own case. That It will cure you, as It did them, there la no uoutit Dr. Caldwell personally will bo pleased I to give you any medical advlco you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach, llvor or bowels absolutely free of charge. Explain your caso In a letter and ho will reply to you In detail. For lhe frec gampjo simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise. For either request tho doctor's Is Dr. W. n Caldwell, R.500Cald-ma- il nddrci-well building. Montlcello, 111. its agitation, the Roosevelt Reclamation Act in 1902, Later, at the Spokane Congress in 1509, the congress adopted resolutions requesting that the government authorize a bond issue lor the extension of the reclamation work, and this bond issue was authorized, llus resolution read as lollows. "Kecognumg economic waste and menace to public health connected with our vast areas of swamp and overflow lands, we request our representatives ui the Federal Congress to take suitable action looking toward reclamation of such lands under a policy corresponding to that of the reclamation of and lauds by irrigation under the Reclamation Service. swamp and Such reclamation of overllow lands to be carried forward of individual through owners, states and the Federal A precedent has been established, first, by passage of reclamation act, next, by use of these funds for the irrigation of lauds owned by states, corporations or individuals; finally, by the authorization by Congress upon the bond issue of which shall be used for reclamation of arid lands." A similar proceedings to permit a bond issue of swamp lands owned by states or individuals is all that is necessary to start the government experts to work on the surveys. This, of course, will be followed by large expenditures of money in the consummation of projects now beyond the individuals, corporations, or even the states themselves. It was this work of the congress precedent established the that through which it will this year pgain identify itself with the movement for a greater expansion of the work in the southlands. The original reclamation act provided that the Reclamation Service, with funds obtained through the sale of public lands in certain western states and territories, might reclaim government arid lands in, the west by establishing irrigation systems. When the time arrived to begin this work, however, it was found that the United States Government did not have any one body of funds in sole government ownership suitable for Irrigation. Consequently, the money was employed for the reclamation of lands which were partly government owned and partly privately owned. It was contended at the time that it would not be legal for the government to reclaim lands that were in private ownership, such as the swamp lands of the south. In time, however, this was just what the Reclamation Service was doing, irrigating lands that were vJiolly in private ownership, in projects such as the Orland in California, the Klamath Falls in Oregon, and those of the Piatt Valley in Wyoming and Nebraska. One of the most prominent who will he identified with the Irrigation Congress and in the efforts of that organization to have authorized ultimately a government bond issue for work by the United States Government in the south, is W L. I'ark, of the Illinois Central and Yazoo & Mississippi Valley railroads. Mr Park is the Chairman of the Attendance and Transportation Committee for the Hoard of Control During the vear he expects to create a great dca'l of interest in the congress throughout me soutn. Me already has written the governors of various states, adjacent to his lines, calling attention to the interest of southern slates in drainage, and urging that a strong delegation be arranged for, the end in view being to obtain national assistance through a of resolutions .favoring work in the southern fields, such as were adopted at a previous congress. "There are vast areas of the most fertile land in the world, which throughout the south, will not probably be brought under immediate cultivation unless some comprehensive plan is worked out bv which the government can assist," aid Mr Park, who has for many years been prominent in western irrigation. "I think the time is ripe to turn the attention of reclamationists to the south. Those Ciov-crmjicO, Chi-cagoaVice-President high in the administration of the government are known to be favorable to the south in this respect, and it only remains for its citizens to get busy to put under way extensive drainage schemes similar to those now being undertaken in Florida. The Mississippi Valley lands arc more fertile than those of any of the other southern states. Their drainage will add health, wealth and prosperity to the inhabitants and invite new settlers. "The Illinois Central and the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Lines in can be counted upon to any movement in this direction." ; . w. 1 v. ALL MY PiMPLES GONE Girl Tells How a Blotchy Skin Was Cleansed By a Simple Wash. "I was nphamed of my face," writes Miss Minnie I'ickard of Altamahaw, N. G. "It was all full of pimples and scars, but nfter using D. D. D. Proscription I can say that now thero Is no sign of that Eczema, and that was threo years ago." D. D, D. has become so famous as n cure and Instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skin diseases, that Its value Is sometimes overlooked tn clearing up rash, pimples, blackheads, and all other minor forms of ekln Impurities. The fact Is, that while D. D. D. is so penetrating that It strikes to the very root of Eczema or any other serious trouble, tho soothing Oil of Winter-green- , Thymol and other Ingredients are so carefully compounded there Is no wash for the skin made that can compare with this great household remedy for every kind of skin trouble. D. D. D. Is pleasant to use, perfectly harmless to the most delicate skin, and absolutely reliable. A bottle will give you positive proof of the wonderful effectiveness of this great remedy. 25-ce- nt Sold by J. H. Orme, Marion, Ky. BAKER We are sorry to report the death of W. H. Arflack of Blackford, who has been sick for some time. The interment took place at Mt. Zion. Marion Truitt and Bill Heath and their best girls attended Sunday School at this place last Sunday. Aunt Jane Black, of the Bells Mines section, is visiting her grand-daughte- r, Mrs. J. B. Hughes, this week. Roy Newcom was the guest of Joe Newcom Sunday. Joseph Hughes .was in Marion last week. T. M. Walker attended the burial of W. H. Arflack. Wilbur Newcom was in Wes ton Saturday. T. P. O'Neal was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Will Newcom, last week. Will O'Neal and wife went to Weston Saturday. Thomas Walker was in the Mt. Zion section Sunday. If vou have sore eyes of any kind use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve. It is good for nothing but the eyes. It la painless and harmless, and i3 positive ly the best. If you don't say so we will refund your money. Try it and then tell your neighbor. Sold everywhere. 26c a tube. j u,, Swamps To Be Drained Deserts Irrigated. - PLWS m Real-Esta- te Mine And Stocks. MI-O-N- A Mi-o-n- a, N. Y. A27 Mil. sThree Late Ones The proper place for woman who want to vote on election day is at the poles. North and South. "Do you realize that you insulted me last nightY" uru ConHtipntion brings many ailments in its train nnd is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular mndam, nnd you will escape many of tho nilmonts to which women are subject. Constipation is a vcrv simple thing but like rr.nny simple things, it may lead to sorions consequences. Naturo often needs a little asststnnco and when Chamberlain's Tablets are given t tho first indica tinn, much distress nnd suffering may lie avoided. Sold by nil dealers. "Well, if you doitagain I'll knock you s far that when you get backvour clothes will be out of date.' He-W- hen I called on you last CASTOR I A For Iiifnnts nnd Children. Tho Kind You Have Always Bought If you want to sell your Farm, Mineral or Timber properties come and list it with me at once. I have a call for some mineral property at present I cant fill and yours might be the property I need. We are here to do business and are doing business on a run. I still have a few shares in the Doyle Mining Co., but they are going fast, if you want stock in this valuable mine, you had better get busy and see me, shares are advancing at a rapid rate. I will be on my farm two mile southwest of Salem, Ky., on the Greens Ferry and Salem road. Thursday and Friday of each week come and see me. This applies to Livingston and Crittenden Counties only. David C. Loveless, Special agent for the National Realty Co., Washington, D. C. J. M. Howoll, n popular druggist, of "Wo use Greensburg, Ky., says: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our own household and know it is excellent." For sale by all dealers. night you were rather cold. She-W- He I think so. What nra the prospects for tonight? She-F- air and warmer. as I? Dears Blguaturo rtCa&ffl&&&Oi Contending that it is as logical for the United States Reclamation Service to take water off swamp lands ait is for Uncle Sam to put water arid lands, many men on western and proprominent in commercial fessional circles who arc identified with the Board of Control ot the National Irrigation Congress, which meets in Chicago next December 5th to 9th,, declare that the legality of the government employing funds created by the sale of public lands and by bond issues for the reclamation of privately owned southern swamp lands will without doubt be established within the next year. Through the work of many in the north who arc interested in the reclamation of southern lands as well as western projects, and of southerners who arc alike interested this year in the work of the National Irrigation Congress, it is expected that at its December sessions there will be adopted resolutions urging that the be requested to National Congress authorize a bond issue by the governjYOU WILL NOT WORK YOUR STOCK SO HARD IF YOU ment for the further reclamation of BUY FROM US IMPLEMENTS. swamp lands of the outh, the bond WHEN YOU NEED NEW THINGS FOR THE FARM. OR issue to be in proportion to those which have been authorized for the HARDWARE OF ANY KIND. COME TO US. Reclamation Service in its work of WE SHALL GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL. THIS IS A HOBwatering western arid lands, there being over $50,000,000 available in BY WITH US. tluse funds. The influence which the voice of the Irrigation Congress will bring to bear in this undertaking is suggested by the fact that it. was the congress which first brought about, through with n'fei A PRMWMlP good GgfiwKPIWICL a Ml - ;w LIGHT-RUNNIN- G '' OLIVE & WALKER PHONE 142. A vfl V P Zfi v. Vr -- " ,v. H, V .ypT.pyt- .&I ';,r w ETS3 TJtVHj7- "T , ' r ' I i 1 LISTEN! NEARLY ALL OF THE 600 PS Wft Have In Our Storft Urn Fnr Sala. And At Prices 1 hat Mean A Saving To You. Trade With Us. The Place Where Your Money Lasts Longest Original Genuine Delk&r Vehicles. The Buggy That c&SfelfiL Makes The Name. Are You KM'O Going To Buy? If So, Come And See Us. 226 Genuine Pm!ll(tRi. Clinton Screen Wire lasts longer and keeps flics out bolter than any other kind. We have this kind. Also Screen Doors in any size and at prices to suit every one. Can furnish man to put up same. We have a fresh car of Arlington lime. you a barrel! Ltt us send 4 -- Also have car of Portland cement frCsh from Roofing of all kinds. Factory. If you need anything in this line, don't fail to see us, wc can save you money. Delker Buggy's And Surreys We have only a few two row Planters left but will name you some prices that arc attractive while tbey" last. Remember that we sell the P & O. Canton No. 66. The newest, the simplest and the best Planter On neck-yok- e the market today. All Planters fitted with and double trees. If you need a Planter, don't fail to see us before you buy. Every one backed by an unqualified guarantee. You take no risk. For 1910, Is Not A Bad Showing. All The Year I Giving Perfect Satisfaction. Ask The Purchasers, Not Is. CultiHome-stea- d Cultivators that cultivate. Riding Cultivators, Walking vators, Disc Cultivators, Buckeye Cultivators, Rival Cultivators and Victor Cultivators. All Parallel Beams and Balance Frames. Buy a Cultivator and do twice the work and do it better than the old way. We have fifty of these machines and can save you money on every one of them. And Black-patc- h Fertiliz- Both In Corn And Tobacco. These High Grade Goods. Not Something Are New, But Old Line Fertilizers That Have Been Tried And Tested, Get Our Prices er. Want Wagon Excellence? If So, Buy A Studebaker. Not How Much Will Your Wagon Carry, But How Much Can Your Team Pull. Don't Take our Word, Bui Ask The Man Who Has Used One. Price Same As A Cheap Wagon, Do You I T. It . I li Cochran & Co., Marion, Kentucky. list this week. In ; fouitty Qwj CHAPEL HILL t i i r No sickness in thi3 neighborhood at , this present writing. J. T. Bigham and family wero the guests of W. H. Bigham Sunday. Miss Pearl Waddell will teach our fall school. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hill visited their daughter, Mrs. Jamie Clement, Sunday. Wait and listen for the Chapel Hill Btring band. It is coming. The musicians are as follows: Messrs. Sylvan Bigham, Walter Clement, Miley Hill, and Marvin Bigham, captain of the band. George Long and family, who for the past year have been living in Crayne where he has been employed by J. F. Canada as clerk, have moved in the 1 ome with his mother, Mrs. J. C. Long, of this' place, and will make a crop. Mr. and Mrs. David Yandell, of this 's place, were the guests of Mrs. brother, J. N. Hill, and family of Crayne Saturday and Sunday. Those who attended the quilting at Al Adams' last week, report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Kemp, of Marlon, have moved to the Kuykcndall farm known as the Ryan place. Tobacco plants are plentiful in this section. Dr. A. Goldstein, an oculist, of Louisville, was through this neighborhood one day last week and called on W. H. Bigham and will treat his eves, and will also treat Mrs. Essie Clement's eyes. C. A. Walker and family attended .church at Crayne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Elder and little aon, Arnold, have been visiting friends and relatives in Morganfield. B. F. Walker has purchased a brand new graphophone. Burel says he will soon be ready to join the Chapel Hill string band. Rome of our farmers got their corn all planted before the heavy ram came and gardening was most all done. Sunday School at Chapel Hill every Sunday at S):30 o'clock, a. m., and the Ladies' Missionary Society metts every second Saturdny in the 'afternoon. A merry crowd from Chapel Hill, went to the Maplo Sink near Dycus- Yan-dell- burg, May 5th, on a fishing tour. They started on their journey at 7 o clocK, a. m., and returned homo about G o'clock, p. m. All report a pleasant time- - Their only regret was that they failed to keep account of the fish they caught. Those who enfoyed the happy event were: Misses Elvah Hill, Ruby Bigham, Nellie Adams, Reba Hill, Vaden Stovall, Grace Hill, Clora Clement, Francis Adams; Messrs. Leslie Walker, Reed Threlkeld, Johnie Hughes, Pruitt Adams, Marvel Bigham, Walter Clement, Miley Hill, Sylvan Bigham. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hill visited their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Bigham and family Saturday and Sunday. Mis3 Rena Hill was a pleasant caller on Miss Erma Perry Saturday and Sunday. W. H. Bigham and daughter were visitors in Crayne Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. G. B. Daughtery of near DycuB-bur- g was greeting old friends in Chapel Saturday night and Sunday. Hill For All Skin there anything in all this Food that is of moro imtortnnacc to you THE TAYLOR-CRAMER world l di- MEXICO his residence. DEBATE than good digestion? eaten to sustain life and must bo must gested and converted into blood. Vhin the digestion fails the whole body t,uf-ing shed at the Tabb mines from fers. Chamberlain's Tablets i re ra the 13th to the lGth of June. It tional and reliable cure for indigestion. was published to take place at They increase the flow of bile, purify Emmaus Baptist Church on Clay the blood, strengthen the stomnch. Lick Creek but owing to a mis- and tone up the whole digestive appaunderstanding is changed. ratus to a natural and healthy action. Geo. H Cramer. For sale by all dealers. Will be hold at the camp meet- Fine Crops of Tobacco can be raised if the ground i3 properly prepared before setting opt the plants, and you liberally Diseases Use Dr. Bell's Antaeptic Salve is the best It is a creamy tnow white ointment pleasant to use and every box is guaranteed. Price 2oc. At all dealers. KID KIDGH Miss Autie Ordway passed through VirginiaCaroIina Fertilizers High-arad- e I this section Wednesday evening. you a Mrs. Nancy M1II3 passed through this section Friday enroute to Crayne. intervals Miss Susie Teer und little niece, Ruby Boister, were pleasant callers at same well, the home of John Jones Monday. Virginia-Carolin- a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rodgcrs were feed the guests of F. M. Tabor Sunday. J. C. Jones and Henry Tabor were izers, for. visiting relatives in Kid Ridge Sunday. Aunt Bccca Holman, who has been of fine, high-grad- e a on the sick list for some time, is able to be out again. will yield Quito a number of people in this section have the measles. is fully Dr. Vernon Fox passed through here a few days ago. free J. E Stephenson passed through this section enroute to Crayne one day it is last week. Mies Annie Bradford and little Ula SALES OFFICES Baird were pleasant callers at Henry Tabor's Wednesday. Richmond, Va, Charleston, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones went to Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. nn shonninir trio. Mnrmn Wi'rltn-RilnAtlanta, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Mrs. Gertie Tabor und Miso Annio Savannah, Ga, Montgomery, Ala. Bradford won' the guests of their Columbia, S. C. Memphis, Tenn. friend, Miss Lizzie Rustin, ne day last Durham, N. C, Shreveport, La. week. Winston-SaleAlexandria, Va. N.C. Harpend-in- g Elmer Williamson and Ed J through this section Thurspassed day enroute to Marion. Gertie Tabor has been on the bide should nourish the crop at frequent during the growing period with the plant food. Work being careful to Fertilthe crop with only made especially tobacco. This will insure big crop tobacco that big money. explained in our new FARMERS' YEAR BOOK, or almanac, and yours for the asking. Profitable farming Then 11 rginifrCarolii Chemical freftfe1 Oh CO. live & Walker Snakes are coming pretty thick. -- A There is plenty of room for improve- word to the whe is sufficient. ment on roads now. Will Sico, of View, was in this secCapt. Haase is a daily visitor in tion on huftinesii last Mexico. T. A. Harpendlng will sell you rt fine Judge J. B. Kcvil, of Marion, was sow with 8 one month's old thin rino surveying some land for Frank Roger pigs. Price $25.00. last week. Joseph Parker and wife, of Salem, The concrete stcpi and carpet add wero the guests of Spillman Threlkeld much beauty to the new church. nnd family Sunday. Everett Rogers was the guest of his Esq. Thomas Davenport nnd family, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack of View, wero the guoM of.his brothof Marion, Sunday. er, Mont, near New Salem Sunday. Mrs. George Pierce, of Paducah, Mrs. Robert Hoyd, Mrs. McDaniel formerly of CritUndcn county, died nnd Miss Munford, of Salem, attended Thursday morning. She was a memchurch at New Salem Sunday. ber of Cookscyvillc Baptist church Miss Fay McWhlrter, of Paducah, is and had many friends in this neighthe guest of relatives near New Salem. borhood. Miss Mamie Yates, of Carraville, atMrs. George II. Cramer is on the tended services at New Salem Sunday. sick list this week. E. L. Franklin and wife, of Salem Mr. McMaster, of Irtna, and his were visiting in our neighborhood daughter, Mrs. Ed Mott, wero visiting Sunday. here this week. John Beavers, who hat, been running a street car in Paducah for several I believe Hays' Specific to bo an ef. years, has come back to this county to fectual and complete cure for eczema, stay. and a valuable remedy for other ills. I Earl Cridcr has gone to Whcatcrof t am not interested, directly or indirect to visit his brother. ly, in the medicine, but I am acquaintW. O. Wicker and A. M. Doloo have ed with tho gontlemen who are bought n now mogul wagon, each. putting it up and know they are strictly s men, and would not fool away thrir time with anything even resemEvery Bottle is Guaranteed bling a humbug. I personally know that the remedy that they arc selling Every bottlo of Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r has cured Bomo ugly cases of eczema. Honey guaranteed to give satifcfac-tio- n in all throat and bronchial troubles. I have taken it for indigestion, and it has given mo moro reliof thnn nny other prescription I hnvo over tried. John K. Hendrick, Attorney, Paducah, NEW SALEM. Ky MM Health gooJ in this section. Farmers are behind with their work. The wheat prospects uro improving. Lightning Destroys Barn A few dry wnrtn dnya will be cheerfully received. The stock barn of Mr. J. D. Rov. Rouchcr commenced his second Titherington in Crittenden Co year as pastor of New Salem church was destroyed by lightning early the first Sunday. Dr. Henry Slayden, of Marion, was Sunday morning and the loss sustained by Mr. Titherington is in thin section lust week on professional business. heavy. The barn was valued at Why not pike the rond on to Salem about $500 and contained a largo while piking there is enough limo atono rock in this section to pike a quantity of hay, corn and farm, ing implements. FWrnn,.,,!,. road to New York. Mrd. John Harpcnding und children several head of horses were drivapent Sunday the gueits of John's en out of the stable and saved." parents. Mr. Titherington had no insurJnines Malum visited relativos near ance. -- Providence Enterprise!""" Hirdsville Inut week. Our old frunt! Sam Wolford, has i sent a ihallcnge to Col. Henry Kttppo-ItHays Medicine Co.: I was confined of f'alem, for a fishing match. n bed with RHEUMATISM for six that conioa out with tlio big- -' weeks. My family physician said I t catch, takes the cake. was bound to grow worso as I I) ti h y Wi ing is erecting a new resgrew oldor. took HayH Specific and now I idence on hU farm. Chnrlay Cook Ihih am wall. -- Dill Lumlcrmnn, the contract. Paducah, Ky . A13 lmo. Jim Tyncr is adding an addition to ". wk. Tn-bo- r, V . busl-ncs- - ,v t, Ih-on- -- 1 ftfuuutt. jLS, up'wRfp," FSi ,'rr nintMfiiMi.AMfrt.