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"I think we must have fought for fifteen minutes," said Geidel, "I hit him Season's Yield In Hopkins County in his confession. with my fists and, finally, when Goes To Liverpool he fell, I jabbed the cloth way And Belfast. down his throat. I didn't intend to kill him. I wanted the money for clothes. I wanted to Madisonville, Ky., Aug. 19. dress well like the guests at the The entire holdings of the hotel. I only got $24.75." Association in this district Geidel told the police he had a has been sold, it is announced, ;' mother and sister living at Far and a large sum of money will mington, Conn. He is the sec be paid out early in September. ond boy murderer in New York The amount of advance has not within the year. Albert Wolter, been published, but the price is eighteen, murdered a fifteen satisfactory. Two hundred and year-ol- d girl, who came to his ninety hogsheads were shipped apartment in answer to an adto Belfast, Ireland, and three vertisement for a stenographer. hundred and forty hogsheads to Liverpool. The prospects are Cargo of Kentucky good for a tobacco pool in HopTobacco For Ireland. kins county, with the Stemming District Association. The newly Evansville, Ind.. Aug. 25. The elected Chairman, B. D. Coff-ma- steamer Evansville arrived here is making a thorough can- today from Green river, earring vas of the county. A big rally thirty hogsheads of tobacco from will be held here August 26th, to Calhoun, Ky., which will be settte the matter. Prominent shipped to Belfast, Ireland. speakers will discuss the issues of the pool. At a recent meet- Aged Railroad Builder ing, it was found that 60 per Dies in Evansville, Ind. cent, of crop is already pooled Evansville, Ind., Aug. 25. with prospects for even a larger C. Genung, civil engiper cent. The meeting of Aug Charles neer and builder of several rail26th, will decide whether or not roads, died at his home in this the pool will stand. city today at the age of eighty- two years. He is survived by four children. Mr. Genung was prominent in Republican circles and hepled the 0. V. R. R. 24, 1911. NUMBER 9 TOBACCO CROP SOLD Struck on Head. X To-bac- co n, F. J. Clement. are living, to Adams, Stovalls, peared always to have money. shampoo or shine. You will not Phillips, Hills, Criders, Brook-shireGeidel entered the aged man's be disappointed but will get satOR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY Thompsons, Youngs, C. H. HILL, room about 9:30 one evening, isfaction. Will Surely Slop That Cough. Dycusburg, Ky. Bradfords and Tom Cameron, sneaked up to the bed and thrust Dear Marshal: Find enclosed a dol- tients. The County Unit Plank. lar bill for which please continue to for 1912. I Section 13 Temperance is es- st d nib the Record-Pres- s see that Kentncky has endured a se- FRIENDS OF Win. sentially a moral, Put off buying that vere drouth. Not in the history of ' m CHRON TAKE NOTICE and social question, and should the State, nor when the memory of Edison Phonograph! You owe it to yournot be made a partisan issue be- man runneth not to the contrary has Texas suffered so long continued and tween political parties. self and family. We favor the extention of the disastrous a aroutn as tlie one seem Postmaster Crider Received The Don't deprive them ingly just breaking present local option law, as ap- greater acres in Texasup. There are any longer of this Following Letter And Handed than the State MM. plied to the sale of liquor, which of Kentucky, in size where the corn great pleasure. to us For Publication. has been upheld by our highest crop is a complete failure, cotton has Prices $15 to $65 court as valid and constitutional, stood the drouth and will make a fine Easy terms can be so that the citizens of each and crop. arranged with me We have recently passed thiough Howland, Texas. every county in the state may one of the hardest fought State wide Mr. Postmaster: I will drop determine for themselves wheth- prohibition campaigns that any State anyer spiritous, vinous or malt liq- ever had and out of 500,000 votes cast you a few lines if you know LEVI the antis only beat us G000. In 1887 thing of Wm. Chron, please uors may be sold therein. He is dead, JEWELER, in a like contest the constitutional write and tell me. amendment was defeated by 95,000 he died while I was there. I Every dollar spent with us envotes, so you see the change of sentititles the purchaser to 100 votes ment in our state under our present am his widow. He died several on the AUTOMOBILE to be giv- local option laws the greater part of years ago and I moved from 5iy Murderer at 17 For Clothes. en away by the The Crittenden Texas at present, is dry, but in the there to Tennessee and there to greater cities there is little hope of Texas. One of his boys is in Record-Presever putting the saloons out by local trouble and I want a recommenPaul Geidel, New York's latW. O. Tucker Furniture Co. option, since we are rolling up our dation. Please help me all you est murderer, is only seventeen sletves for another scrap just as soon can. You will find him to be a old. As bellboy at the years as the preliminaries can be arranged. Hill's Tonsorial Parlor. peaceable, harmless man. If Iroquois Hotel, he noticed that But excuse me our campaign is over I Dycusburg visit Hill's did not mean to make a prohibition you will make an inquiry about When in William H. Jackson, an aged him, make an inquiry if they widower and stock broker, ap- barber shop for a shave, haircut, speech. Come on with the Press. non-political I DON'T Providence, Ky., Aug. 12. While watching the races at the fair today, Dave Woods of Christian county was struck on the head by some unknown person. His head was severely cut and it is believed the hit was with either a beer bottle or with a boat's orchestra furnished the pair of brass knucks. music. When the vessel filled with water, the passengers made He Fires Twenty-on- e They no effort to reach shore. Guns When Baby Comes. moved to the upper decks where they will wait until the boat is Indianapolis, Aug. 22. To preagain floated. The pumps were pare to announce the expected worKing all ni's'nt ana it is ex - arrival of a male heir, Pantels L. pected that the trip may be res Cafouros, a Greek, appeared beumed today. The boat was fore the board of saftey here bound from St. Louis to St. Paul and asked permission to fire 21 guns when his son arrives. The Greek was all smiles and acted Fell Eleven Stories, as if he had advance inforOnly Slightly Hurt. mation on the sex of the package to be delivered at his home New Haven, Conn., Aug. 21. Fisher, employed on the new Ho- by the stork. Cafouros said he tel Taft, in course of construct- would not fire the salute if his ion here fell eleven stories last heir was a girl. night and escaped with a slight cut over an eye. Fisher was on Chicago to Have The Finest a noisting elevator which broke Hospital in The World. at the eighth floor, and fell to a Chicago, Aug. 25. Plans for Workmen rushed to Cook county's new $3,000,000 the cellar, expecting to find Fisher dead, but reached there just hospital, to be built on the site in time to see him disentangle of the present structure on the himself irom the wreckage. West Side, have completed and the architects declare it will be the largest and finest institution From D , Q . ' m "yra, Texas. of the kind in the world. Work on the new building will begin Myra, Ttx., Aug. n, ion. in a few weeks. There will be Mr. S. M. Jenkins, accommonations for S.OOO paMarion, Ky. , sub-cella- r. Quincy, Ills., Aug. 22. -- Two hundred passenger of the steam er St. Paul, which struck a snag in the Mississippi river yesterday and went down in five feet of water, sang and danced aboa rd the sunken hulk until the small hours this morning. The Henderson, Ky., Aug. 17. The district stemming association, embracing Hendeison, Union, Webster, Hopkins and Crittenden counties, today sold the pooled crop, which is SO per cent of the tobacco grown in this district to the Gallaher Co.. nf FOR SALE-- 60 acre farm on Belfast, Ireland. The price is one side of Crooked Creek 8 ,$6.50 a hundred pounds. In June miles from Marion. House and the association refused all offers Knvn onrl nlanfn urn s i m. ..u piciiuj- whlci, OA utica ior a1. crop, tne average price cj nAMnnj tne in nottom. Eugene Beard, mentioned then being 3 a hunR. F. D. No. 4, Marion, Ky. dred. By holding out, the growers have been vastly benefitted. All things considered, the price CROSSES CONTINENT TO is regarded as good. There are GET A HUSBAND. 10,000 growers in the assocition. i - knew him well, Dr. Dean, Cruces and Rogers. If you can find those people, they all knew ii Pk.. wen, -wnat iKindl oi a man muii he was. There are lot more of names if I could think of them, that knew Chron. Please help me all you can and I will be so much obliged to you. I will put a stamp in this letter for you to answer tnis letter with. I want this by the first of September. Yours Respectfully, Mrs. N. J. Morton, Howland, Texas. t-- 1 that use to keep store there, he STEMMING DISTRICT Sells Tobacco Crop Growers Get $6.50 a Hundred Pounds From Irish Co. Fifteen-Year-Ol- d Vera Clark, of ' ST''" V v n Paducah, Makes Trip to Portland. Portland, Oreg., August 22. -Beautiful Vera Clark, of Paducah. Ky., answered a matrimony advertisement insertld 1-- ( i ed in a magazine by W. G. a blacksmith living at 63 2 North Sixth street, and yesDe-lane- y, m. COOK terday the little bride-to-b- e arrived after the long trip across the continent to meet her husband-to-be whom she had not yet seen. But Vera arrived at the North Bank depot and her ' lover waited in vain at the Union ymmmmmmWX hEhiH depot as a result the two did not meet, and the young woman was sent to the Y. M. C. A. for care until she could meet friends. The woman in the department of public safety refused to allow the young woman to marry De- laney. Delaney had not met the ' girl until late today. Finally the ' authorities relented and the two embraced with a kiss. Later REV. B. L. PATTERSON they sought a minister. Who will preach at the Hurricane Camp Meeting, which opens today, Aug. 24, 1911. Every dollar spent with us entitled the purchaser to 100 votes on the AUTOMOBILE to be given away by the The Crittenden I KKXKKKKSOtKXKX s. Stepping on a rusty nail has been the cause of many cases of lockjaw. The nail was not so much the fault as neglect of the wound. If such wounds were promptly cleansed and BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT applied antithere would be no lockjaw, as septic properties of the liniment would counteract the poison and the wound would heal quickly. Price 25c, 50c, and S1.00 per bottle. Sold by J. H. te Record-Pres- s. Eskew Brothers, Fitters. Machinists, Plumbers and Steam Orme, Marion, Kv A ey s, Or. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- for Coughs and Colds.. Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Skin Diseases. FREE For WHY Not You or Yours? AWAY va fl K M Someone OUr magnificent 5 k h 1 m m tffe m. A PALATIAL AUTOMOBILE TO BE GIVEN passenger touring car has arrived and the contest for it has been inaugurated. The coupons and other printed have arrived. A. JI The following merchants will give coupons on all purchases, J. H. Orme, W. O. Tucker, Travis & James, Eskew Bros., McConnell & Wiggins, . n I J if. i ransrer wo. warnanan Bros. c tuoage, HM meicaire i s iaunary, Taxes oros., vn. n, rosier & son, marion woai wm mm. mm h. mm . . fe. r . ' t vt L jlttit M. 3.7it1 V-- . . ' t rA Accused ol Sttallnrj. Breeders of fine horses prefer BAL- one dese of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT for all E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me., A cuts, wounds or sores on their stock, by all dealers. boldly accused Bucklen's Arnica Salve because it acts mildly and quickly and of stealing the sting from burns or heal3 an ordinary wound without a scalds the pain from sores of all kinds RODNEY car. Price 5c, 50c, and $1.00 per TO FLAT RATE the distress from boils or piles. "It bottle. Sold by J. H. Orme. A robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains, and Tobacco is looking much better no PATRONS OF injuries of their terror," he says, "as we ps$ a good rain recently. a healing remedy its equal don't exSEVEN SPRINGS ist." Only 25c at J. H. Orme's and Rice Duncan js; as ow as. can possible be to l)Ye, Marion Electric Light And Haynes and Taylor's. M. L. Patton and Lee Travis went The Ice Company, IncorWednesday. to Paducah Monday to select and pur.yE. L. Nunn was in town chase the seats for the new church at porated. Found A Snake. Cort McKinley, of Blackford, was at this place. D. H. King's last week. Bryant Meredith, of Illinois, has D. H. King and son, Arthur, sold a We know of but one solution Chicken Equal to Watch Dog been the guest of his brother-in-lanice bunch of hogs to Smith Newcom to reduce the load at the power Lee Travis, for a few days. recently. winter, and Mrs. Lucy McKinney and children, house this fall and Mcleansboro, Ills., Aug. 14. Smith Newcom and Mr. Montgomery of Charleston, Mo., are the guests of that is to cut out the unprofitaof Sullivan, were through here last her parents at this place. ble patrons. Ten years experi- Mrs. H. S. Beard claims to have Prices ranging week buying hogs. one of the most inteligen hens on John Sutherland, of Marion, was ence has taught us that the mafrom 5 to 6 cents. While sitting on her through this section Thursday and jority of flat rate customers are record. Edna Truitt was the guest of her lawn in the west part of the city spent the night with L. B. Patton. not profitable at our rates, and parents at Post Oak Saturday. misA son of Ellis Dalton had the it has been proven during that one day this week, she was surOur school has started up with Miss fortune to fall last week and broke time that any patron can, if he prised somewhat when Biddy, Clara Nunn at the helm. Rodney is both of his arms. He is getting along will, light his premises for less the hen, appeared before her and proud to have Miss Clara for our nicely at this writing. teacher as we all well kno.v she is money on a meter. Any flat delivered a message in the lingo As she did not Quite a number from here are at- rate customer desiring meter in- of chickendom. position. qualified for the tending the camp meeting at Kuttawa. Several from here attended the ice stalled can learn the particulars care to be disturbed during her Kinsolving and J. D. Rev. J. C. cream supper at Weston Saturday by applying at the plant, phone reverie, Mrs. Beard scared the night which was presided over by Hodge, of Emmaus were quite liberal any No. 122. After Sept. 1st, and hen away with no thought of Misse3 Gertrude Rankin, Mubel Wilson contributor toward the new seats at danger lurking near. In a very until Dec. 1st, service at flat and Ina Mattingly. All reported a Seven Springs. asbe discontinued by lot, few minutes Biddy returned "g6od time. Your correspondent was in the Em rates will suming a striking pose again deSeveral from here attended the maus vicinity last week collecting for all names being written on slips livered a warning to her mistress the new seats at Seven Springs church, and those drawn out dropped, or Providence fair. Fearing that there might be and those who honored us with their installed on meters as the paLena Walker, of Providence, is the contributions are as follows: Nonie trons prefers. If any interested something serious the matter guest of her grandparents, Mr. and McKinney, Mrs. Laura Butler, Mrs. Mrs. Beard at once followed the Mrs. Peter Hazel, this week. Lucy McKinney, J. J. Sunderland, party can suggest any better hen a short distance where she Aunt Vina Phelps entertained at her Flora Butler, Tommie McKinney, Rev. method to lighten the load, we discovered a deadly spreading home in honor of her seventy-firs- t J. C. Kinsolving, J. D. Hodge, M. W. are open to suggestions. Beard was called birtjiday, August 11th, 1911. Quite a Brown, S. A. Long, Mr?. Julia Fox, The following persons have adder. Mr. large crowd was in attendance. Those Carl Butler, Ralph Hodge, L. F. and dispatched hissnakeship, afapplied for lights and have been Adams, L. W. Kirk, H. N. Wheeler Biddy caroled one loaded-A- . ter which -- the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. Explain your case In a will reply to you In detail. For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise. For either request the doctor's addrces U Dr. W. B, Caldwell, R.500Cald well building. Montlcellc. in. present were: Willis Bomp and family, Bud Phelps and family, John Porter, Jesse Phelps and family, Becky Ausbin and son, Orline; Blanch Phelps, Miss Bessie McFarlin and Bettie Baird, both of Franklin, Ky., being a niece So many women arc dragging out diges- and great nitce; the rest being her weary lives just because their tive organs are weak. The result is sons, daughters and grandchildren. poor circulation, nervousness and the Her friends being present were: Unverge of invalidism. It b often very cle Dock Brown an1 family, P. H. unnecessary and the wr ..'z own ' O'Neal and family, Will Hughes, Ed fault. The first thine to do Is to look to the Brown, Frank Cowan and wife, Kate weliarc of jour boo'cl;. Thero the trou and Nonic O'Neal, Mattie King, Belle .AH physicians know. bio usually lies. that a larffo percentage of women ara Walker. Willie Simpson, Grove Walkhabltuallv constipated, and from this r suits Indigestion, puts, weariness, etc., er. At high noon the dinner was that women constant! v complain of. spread under the big oak tree in the no use "female 3ut there Isthings of taking kind until rem- yard, and those present partook of you edies" and that have started jour bowels to moving. the bountiful dinner which consisted of You will And that when the bowels move regularly once or twice a day all your barbecued meats of different kinds, all petty Ills will disappear. Take a good, kinds oi cake, candy, nuts, pies, bamild laxative tonic llko Dr. Caldwell's Pepsin for awhile and ou will nanas, andjall kinds of other good thing3 find yourself rapldlv getting better and stronger, your bowels regulate them- to eat too numerous to mention. A selves and work at stated times, and song was sung by the entire crowd then your headache? and dizziness will disappear. Don't take strong cathartic followed with a prayer by uncle Dock pills or salts, but just such a mild and remedy as Dr. Caldwell's Brown, and then all departed for their Syrup Pepsin. homes with happy hearts and wishing You can obtain a bottle of your druggist for fifty cents or one dollar, and her many more happy birthdays like either slzo may b enough to perma- the one they had just spent. The writnently euro you, Thousands of women keep It regularlv In the houso and will er had the pleasure of being present, no longer be without 1t, as It cured them and can be used with safety by every and must confess, that he enjoyed member of the family, down to the himself to the utmost. Aunt Vina reyoungest child, but If you have never used It take the advice of Mri, Earl S. quested them to come and spend next Cor, 409 Twentv-fiftstreet. Mollnc, ni . and Mrs. Ellen Dungan, Munclc, Ind., and August 11th, 1912, with her, if the send to Dr. Caldwell for a free trial bot- good Lord permitted her to spread her tle as tliev did. and learn for yourself what It will do In your own case. That dinner for her children, grandchildren It will cure you. as It did them, there Is and her many friends. May the richno doubt. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased est blessings rest upon one and all, is to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertnlnlng to my prayer. Sample Helps Frail Women j I Sj-ru- p 111 pleasant-tastin- g h letter and he the 87th Illinois Infantry, as a acres, $850. D. Turley to M. K, Givens sergent, and is a member of the E. Mcleansboro G.' A. R. Post. He Land, $1800. is the pastor of the local PresbyT. G. Maxwell to Walter terian church and was recently Lot, $800. E. J. Corley to R. L. Thurman elected moderator of the Ewicg Presbytery comprising thirland, exchange. E. L. Nunn to Harve Fox, teen Southern Illinois counties. He was also a delegate to the interest in land, 360.50. J. N. Jones to E. W. Easley, General Assembly of the Presbyterian church, U. S. A., at its 71 acres, $850. John B. Ford to G. F. Ford, annual meeting in Atlantic city N. J., last May. interest in land, exchange. The following members of the Wright to Pigmy Mining J. E. Mr. exchange. family were present Company, 72 acres, W. E. Dombeth to C. N. Cain, and Mrs. Eugene Hughey, of Enfield. Ills., Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 1 acre. $50. Hughev and children, Karlane D. B. Travis to A. M. interest in land, $250. and Wilma, of Mcleansboro, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Kirk M. Hughey S. A. Casner to A. M. and daughter, Edna, of Norris interest in land, $250. W. G. Williamson to A. M. city, Ills., Rev. and Mrs. Frank Peyton and children, Orville and McConnell, 18 acres, $195.55. 0mWr 'wVto J. O. Burton to J. M. Burton, Evelyn, of Pond Creek, Okla., WE SHAVE DOWN OUR PRICES WHEN WE FIRST MARK Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beboard and 120 acres, $925. Thomas Herrin to Henry children, Viva, Hazel and Chas. OUR GOODS. of Norris City., Ills., Mr. and Zentmeyer, 50 acres, $1500. EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE RUNS SMOOTHLY.BECAUSE Hiriam O'Neal to Tom Jones, Mrs. Dwight M. Hughey and son, Sturman, of Mt. Carmel, WE ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF EVERY2 acres, $105. Ills., and Miss Agnes Hughey, THING A FIRST-CLAS- S HARDWRAE STORE SHOULD CARRY, of Mcleansboro, 111. Carmi A well known Des Moines woman WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL AND "MAKE after suffering miserably for two days Ills. Exchange. GOOD" ON EVERY DEAL. OUR VALUES ARE PLAIN TO SEE. from bowel complaint, was cured by 110 Mc-Conne- ll, to-daMc-Conne- ll, Mc-Conne- li. WEAR thePCOPLL t XI tMWNutE J E & WALKER PHONE 142. Henry were the guests of F. B. WESTON Slaughter last Sunday. All who are tired of being oppressed The W. O. W. lodge, of Weston, by the great capitalists of the country gave an ice cream supper Saturday shoufd have attended the Farmers Unnight, Aug. 12th, in honor of tneir ion Picnic last Thursday and heard R. many friends and relatives. The hall L. Barnett tell how the farmer and was beautifully decorated with pines, all laboring clashes of people are being ferns and cut flowers. Sovs. J. G. oppressed by the "Octopuses" of our Rochester and son, Gray, of Marion, , glorious republic free America. addressed the nudiencc; Sov. RochesMiss Montie Stanley was the guest ter gave a "heart to heart" talk which of Mrs. Slaughter Sunday. was enjoyed by all who were present. Mrs John Stanley and son went to Gray, an eloquent orator, gave a most the fair at Providence Friday. ' interesting talk, his idea was to imWhat tobacco that was planted in press on each and every one to join this vicinity is looking very well since some organisation and that there waJ the light showers have been visiting us none better than the W. Ol W. After but while speaking of the weed the this, a sumptious supper was served writer will venture to say that there is consisting of ice cream, cake, pies, not more than 40 or 50 per cent of a ' candies, fruits and nuts It was one crop planted in Crittenden, Union and of the grandest socials of the season. Henderson counties, and that being The O'PosBum Ridge band furnished true there is no reason why the pro-- 1 some of their choice selections for ducer of the weed should not get all which we feel very grateful to them. the way from 5 to 16 cts per pound for Each and every one left feeling that it it, and they will get it if they pool was good to be a Woodman, hoping their crops in the Farmers Uniun and this will be a benefit to those is known instruct the committee on sales not to as the "kickers." be in a hurry to sell. Hold your tobacWill Alvis and wife, of Clements-burco and get your tobacco ana get pay spent Sunday with Mrs. Curg for raising it out of the present crop, Hughes. and a little pay for our advice. Missei Verlie and Lola Slaughter reClarence Black, of Webster county, turned home Sunday from Henderson, was the gu:st of Miss Vera Bennett, where they have been visiting relatives Sunday. the past two weeks. Eggs are advancing atC. W. Grady's Mr. W. F. Dixon and family returnthey are 12J cents thi3 week. ed to their home in Henderson county Monday. Coleman Woody was here Wednes! j j g, day. Asthma! POPHAM'S Asthma! REMEDY. ASTHMA f ..'5. "" .tSSPjiHrMHBSSSSSSSSsT" V;,isIIIIkiIIIIIIIV refused as the plant is and an absolute Mrs. gives instant reliefAsthma, Bronchitis roundelays. H. Reed, J. G. Rochester, her sweetest cure in all cases of Biddy very highly and Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; Your correspondent has the pleasure Rawls Hughes, L- J. Randolph, Beard values of attending the first day of the public and will see that she is well car- mail on roceipt of price $1.00. Trial school at Boaz school house. I was A. F. Wolfe, J. W. Weldon, C. Package by mail 10 cents. ed for in the future. glad to have the opportunity of meet- J. Pierce and J. U. Snyder. Williams M'f'g., Co., Props. Cleve and I). B, Brown, - ffiaideftfco&a Here's a sock that all men have been looking for. If you demand trim fitting hose your own fancy as to weight socks should be if you have any favorite colors, you will wear figndenhc&$ to your everlasting satisfaction. -- ing with the teacher and pupils. It reminded me of former days when I was in school. I was also glad to see the way Miss Wheeler conducts her school. We think it is the right step to open morning exreises with prayer and singing as she did, for this is training the young minds up to know there is a higher power than man and as the ojd addage says train a child up as you would have them go and when they are old they will not depart from it. Croup Marion Elec't Light & Ice Co. (Incorporated.) by S. M. Jenkins. We Guarantee Every Box land, Ohio. Sold only bv J. II. Orme of Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve to do what we claim. Try it for ulcers, boils, WALNUT VIEW j FORto MEN People with children should keep a on bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- hand at all times. Croup is worse at night when it is sometimes hard to get a physician. Look for the bell on A the bottle, The guarantee feature Is especially there are no darning attractive new Because trouDies M Deeds Recorded in Crittenden County Clerks Office for July. George H. Cramer to wm, Wheeler, 40 acres, $400. N. J. Bishop to W. R. Cruce, Lot, $350. R. L. Thurman to J. B. Gris-so41 acres, 830. C. B. Cardwell to Allie Hughes 45 acres, $600. Wm. Wheeler to John Tyre, ffijaifleftfio&ft are given free for any that punch through heel, toe or sole within four months of their purchase. It is surely worth an extra premium to be insured against such an annoyance, and yet the price .fKIWJpVfnalty for tbla extrSifcrvice. 1 d , r , Taylor & Cannan;. SOLE AGENTS --54-T acres $220. G. N. Fox to D. N. 114 acres, exchange. 50 Kemp, Mrs. Hannah O'Neal to E. D. Turley, Land, $2114. W. L. Wilson to E. D. Turley, jb-J.i- running sores, tetter, ringworms, eczeMrs. John Cochran and children were ma, salt rheum, fever sores, cuts, visiting at Salem last week. bruises. Dimples, black heads, chaps, Mrs. W. W. Stovaland Mabel Adams is a creamy snow white ointment put felons, burns, or any skin disease. 25 returned from Harrisburg III., Saturday up in air tight screw cap tubes. Will A cents u box. Dick Cruce and Robert Elkins are on cure any case of sore eyes and will not the sick list. Sold everyinjure eyes of a babe. A J. A. and C. A. Adams were at the UEPTON. where 25 cents. Providence Fair last week. Will Holloman and family were visit Nice showers the past week have reing in Marion Sunday. Fortieth Anniversity. freshed the crops very much. R. A. Rodgers and G20 Cochran were Mr. Tony Miller has the big crop of tobacco in our neighbor- visiting John Cochran last week. four acres of A Mcleansboro Couple Celebrate hood. Bat Phillips and son were visiting , Aze-le- a Newt Weldons a few days ago. Mr. W. T. Dixon and family of Wedding Day. George Gray and Frank Morris were visiting friends in Kentucky, are automobiling In our section Sunday. our community. Will Adams has a good Jersey heifer Mr. Sellers Henry of Henshaw, Ky.. Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hughey, flying visit to his brother Will with a fine heifer calf for sale. made a of Mcleansboro, celebrated the T. Henry Sunday and returned home The school began at Crayne Monday anniversy of their mar- the same day. fortieth with Prof. Hardin in charge. Friday, August 4th, Mr. Ernest Payne of Princeton Ky,. Miss Zola Burton is visiting relatives riage on last Marion. at their home on South Washing- was down Sunday to see his uncle, B. in Sherman Paris is putting up Albert F. Slaughter Mr. Payne is having a Rev. ton street, in that city. nice barn put up on h'i3 farm by uncle Elkins a new house. Hughey and wife were former Isaac McCormick and son. residents of this city and have a Mr. Harvey Smith's wife died Satur- Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach. host of friends and acquaintan- day night she had just returned to her "I suffered intensely after eating home in Repton, from Evansvillo where ces here. sanitorium under and no medicine or treatment I tried On August 4th, 1871, Rev. J. she has been in a physicians, but seemed to do any good," writes H. M. treatment of skilled L. Hughey and Miss Sallie Max- with all the skill of the physicians and Youngpeters, Editor of The Sun, Lake well were united in marriage at the aid of medical science they "failed View, Ohio. "The first few doses of Fredoniai Ky. Since their mar- to effect a euro or relief. Her remains Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver surprising relief and riage their has not been a death were sent to Sturgia where they will Tabets gave me seemed to give me a the second bottle in t!ho new cemetery. bo interred in their intermediate family. perfectly good Messrs T. F. Henry and family and now stomach and A They have reared seven children V. F. Dixou and family spent the health." For sale by all dealers. all of whom were present at to- day with B. F. Slaughter and family Dr. Bell's AniisepticSalvd day's celebration. Rev. Hughey last Sunday. t .Ernatf.WMiMM ,aad served through the civil war in Mean-f- Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Bob Moore and daughter, Miso Ber- tha, of Repton, attended the ice cream supper here Saturday night. We contemplate having a singing school at this place real soon.. Guthery Travis, of Blackford, will be our teacher. It is not necessay for me to try to introduce Mr. Travis, as a teacher, as he is known in this and adjoining counties, but all are cordially invited to come and join us. Mrs. Roy Hughes and- daughter, Inez, will visit relatives Illinois soon. The river is very low at this writing. - -- ' Shufle Barger and family, of 111., Cave-in-Roc- k, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Winn. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hughes were in Marion, Monday, the guests of Roe Williams and family. Will Lamb and family, of Marion, are visiting Mrs. James Hughes and also attended the ice cream supper at this place Saturday night. Miss Gertrude Rankin spent Wednesday with the Misses Brantley. Al Walker and family, of Bells Mines, were here Saturday-Mr- s. C. W. Grady will be the guest of Mrs. Roe Williams this week and will have some dental work done while in the city. Maurice Wilson has a position on the government boat which is at work near Golconda, III. His wife and baby will room with Mrs. Roy Hughes, on f . Miss Ruby Gahagan entertained night in honor of her Wednesday guest, Miss Lorena Smalley, of Tennessee. This also being Ruby's birthday, ico cream, cako and candies were Cedar J street. served, it being a warm night the cream was enjoyed by all who were Some splendid music was present. rendered by Miss Ruby Hughes. Mrs. Maggie Bailey, of Tennessee, ia aptadinK th &fr2iAfcv ..-- . A , , -- iwfrs.: . I''i'Ljfiiw ' i'Mv-- y, I Lvr'C7VJ '," '' 'rr ' -- ' i A BIG DROP DOWN OF RICES It On Summer Goods. Your Chance to Profit. " XUs UtyS All We must close out i at once all of our Summer Goods in order to make room for the many new fall goods $4.00 that will be here i The Cash Store i SHADY r.MOVK. soon. Our loss is ) our gain. Summer Ladies' Save your Premium Goods arc reShoes Oxfords Tickets and when duced in Reduced Reduced vnn tfpt $? unrth We Crossett Oxfords have room only $3.50 Oxfords J&R $2.98 $3.48 SZSSHeduced to " 3.00 .2 bring them to us and P " to mention a 3.50 Crossett Oxfords " Reduced to 3.15 165 few of the many receive a beautiful J 3.00 Crossett Oxfords will be ticles that One lot dress goods Reduced to. ... piece of chinawear Jy sold at a reduced .39 reduced to 2.50 Oxfords reduced to price so come and One lot dress goods " " or a Silver tea spoon I 2.00 let us show you. reduced to Crossett All pro-porti- on. . ar- 2 50 2.00 65 1.98 2.65 50c 1.98 25c 1.65 . .19' McConne were in Marion Wednesday. Several from & Nunn in The Cash Store iA.-- 't v Webster Co., fuir. r Green Morse, of Farmersville, is the guest of friends and relatives here this Providence last week. Al Travis is seriously ill of typhoid week Henry McDowell and family, of fever. are visiting his father, Otho Montgomery began school here Henderson, Several from this place were in Monday with forty-siDan J. McDowell, of this community pupils. Blackford last week. this week. Prof. Willie Sipes was in Princeton Miss Roxie Beard was the guest of John Melton and family, of near Tuesday. Miss Stella Elder, of Providence, last here, were guests of his parents, Mr. week, and while there attended the Ira McDowell and William Warren and Mrs. Jeff Melton, of Blackford, Saturday and Sunday. J. H. Beckner. Oscar Lofton, J. R. McDowell, G. E. Towery and Bert Woody were in Marion Saturday. Mrs. Ruth Henshaw and children, of DeKoven, are visiting G. B. Lamb and family, at this writing. John A. and Roy Kemp, of Ripley, Tenn., are the guests of their brother, E. L. Kemp, and sister, of Iron Hill. George B. Lamb, wife and son, Archie, and daughter, Miss Bertha, were guests of Rev. Wheeler and family, of Wheatcroft, Saturday. Miss Stephens, of Princeton, will teach the Lamb school, beginning Monday August 21st. Miss Dixie Towery, Ardmore, Okla., is the guest of her brother, Oscar, and family, of this city. x this place were Only Show to be Here This Year! However, they die from wounds OUR NEW BAKERY which other periods would be scarcely perceptible. Trees have IS COMPLETE been known to be killed by having a single nail driven in them. H. D. POLLARD BAKER. Moreover, at this crisis, if a tree is belted, its leaves will wither in a short time after chopping We can now supply you with ceases, and weeds cut in the fresh bread The Best Ever. morning will be thoroughly wiltBuns, cakes, cookies, pies, ed before sunset. The 14th of August today is the day of all boiled ham, and in fact here that can be grown in the old States, except tobacco. We have six general stores, three groceries, drug store, first-clas- s bank, lumber yard and hardware store, meat market, wholesale feed and grain store, hotel, three restaurants, telephone exchange Marion, Thursday, Aug. 31 days for destroying troublesome trees and weeds. Let every farmer jot this date down. Glas- ! ROBINSON'S FAMOUS SHOWS gow Times. SUMMER ITCH NOW RELIEVED Instant relief for all kinds of summer skin trouble is found in that simple wash D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. Get a 23 cent trial bottle today and prove for yourself the merits of this wonderful prescription. We always recommend it for summer itch. J. H. ORME, Marion, Kj. Appreciative Patron. A 17-2- 4 WHY IT . SUCCEEDS (ff lip Because It's For And Marlon One Thing Only, Appre- People ciate Thjs. N" t',A Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one thing well brings success. Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing only. They help sick kidneys. They are for backach, other kidney ills. Dycusburg, Ky., Aug. 15, 1911. Mr. S. M. Jenkins, Marion, Ky. Dear Sir: I am glad you let me know my time had expired June 22nd, 1911, and your valuable paper, the Crittenden Record-PresPlease find enclosed one dollar as I don't want to read a good paper like that on a credit. So please move my figures up to June 22nd, 1912, and when my year expires, please notify me again so I can renew provided it suits me. I thought of writing you before now to know if my s. owned by local people, two cot ton gins, mill, elevator, Real Estate & Loan Co., two blacksmith shops, a new $15,000 everything found at a first-cla- ss school building, three doctors Bakery. and last, but not least, a news Any one buying a ham from paper the Herald. Business has been dull here us mav have it cooked free of this summer, but for that matter charge by our Mr. Pollard. it has been dull in all the towns near here, but indications are g MORRIS-HIN- A very favorable for a trade this fall. A new GROCERY CO. brick building is soon to be erected in the business part of money. We have the best town and this looks as if the the prospect for a bumper crop of town would be booming soon. Perhaps I have already writthe fleecy staple we have had ten too much and will close comfor years. Peaches are also a large item in this immediate sec- plimenting you upon the excelAlready five cars have lent paper which you are putting tion. Fraternally yours, been shipped to the St. Louis out. Jesse Wilborn. markets in refrigerator cars. record-breakin- H corporate limits of raised town, in yards, gardens and the vacant lots, bringing more than two thousand dollars to the town when money is scarce. This has been a bad year for peaches, on account of the dry weather and no telling how many would have been shipped, had there been a good season. Mannsville is known as the "Queen of the Washita Valley," being located in the very midst nil I in the fV.rtt.rt irtr..V.rtn ..rMrt Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous p.ostration and female weaicnesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. it is the best medicine ever told over a druggist's counter. i i si FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE German Menagerie ' 000crSaSla.s Madame Josephene's Troupe of 14 Performing Leopards Herr Van Gordon's Troupe of 14 Performing Lions Drove of Camels Herd of Educated Elephants 2 Troupes Trained Horses and Dogs 3 Big Circuses, 3 Rings 110 Acts 110 Artists and Female Riders Troupe of Bicycle Riders Troupe of Japanese Riders 9 DeCosta Aerial Acts World's Greatest Riders-Daven- port Family 10 Male 15 30 Ground Acts 40 Aerial Artists Features I. Troupe of Arabs 10 Myers Brothers Aerialists 10 Haydens Wire Artists 50 Clowns and Tumblers. 10 Specialties Here is Marion evidence to prove their worth. Mrs. Emma Weldon, Salem street, Marion, Ky., says: "Kidney trouble annoyed me for five years and greatly affected my health. My back was lame and pained me most of the 'time. I had headaches and often could hardly see. None of the remedies I tried gave me any benefit until I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Haynes & Taylor's drug store. The effect of this remedy was marvelous, as in two months I was free from kidney trouble. My only regret is that I did not hear of Doan's Kidney Pills sooner, as they would have spared me much expense and misery." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and A 1 take no other. Foster-Milbur24-3- time had expired, I had forgot-e- n just when I subscribed for of the rich Washita River bot- Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salvo Good for all Skin Disease. toms. We can raise anything your paper. Respectfully, C. H. Hill. We Do Not Recommend Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for anything but the eyes. It is a speedy and harmless cure for granulated lids, scrofulous sore eyes, styes, weak eyes and dimness of vision. Sold everywhere 25 cents. A Interesting Letter From Jesse Wilbom in Oklahoma. Mannsvilje. Okla., Aug. 5, 1911. To the Record-PresAs I have been reading many letters s: from former Crittenden county people in your paper, I will presume upon your good nature and drop you a letter myself. Oklahoma has been the goal of Cowliht 1M, br C K. ZlaaerBia Co.Ko. 14 Time to Kill 'Em To-da- y. but nevertheless it is a fact, and Girls Trick Riding Lassoing Virginia Reel-Ro- ugh there is a certain time in each Riding Stage Coach Robbery Hanging Horse Thief-Buc-king year when trees, shrubs and Horse RidingCompany of Ex. U. S. Cavalry Rough many weeds can be killed with Riders. very little effort on the part of the farmer Perhaps it may be GRAND FREE STREET PARADE 8 Brass Bands, 6 Tableaux, Cages, Dens, Steam Caliope, 50 Mount- a condition of the sap at this particular period which renders ed People, Wild West, Elephants, Camels, Etc. external interference so fatal to Doors Open 1 and 7 P. M. them, and perhaps it may be Two Shows Daily Cheap Excursions on all Railroads. something of a chemical nature. 50 Cow Boys X. L. RANCH WILD WEST It may not be generally known, many Kentuckians for several years and this section has received its share. Ardmore and Milburn also have a goodly number. This section of the New State has suffered from a severe drought this year, and there will be scarcely enough corn raised to supply local demands. Cotton, however, is a dry weather plant, and is the crop that brings it is no wonder metal beds tained such a great popularity. THAT . The Old Cabinet Maker Says: at- yM yt Take for example the durable, ideal bed upon which we are having a special sale this week. It is sanitary, and inexpensive; and its graceful lines make an artistic addition to any bedroom. Our line of iron and brass beds is extensive, covering everything from the most inexpensive iron bed to the highest examples of the metal workers' art. Come in and Inspect our line. W. 0. Tucker, Fur. and Undertaking Co, - ; Tf. ji; i Y JTJ 1 . m; ?K-'.- . .V i- -t A.U miA ij,-- j '.V - rjw S Y! ?. . 4 4 ;( A A HOUSE FULL OF BARGAINS BARGAIN BULLETIN p A HOUSE PULL OF GOOD Merchandise Final A quick Clean-u- of price-cuttin- g, Suits and Pants fearless disregard of the cost is the method. clean-up, a total This store is alive with Bargains, better bargains. than you ever saw. We are making prices so low because we must clean up to make room for fall goods. You can buy way under the price. The Last Call On Low Cut Shoes styles. BARGAIN HUNTERS, They are what you want. NEW FALL SHOES ARRIVING j New Fall Ginghams at 1-3 Buy a SUIT or a pair PANTS off They are priced regardless of the cost. Nothing but good ) 7i the price. Fit the boy school suit at 1 - 2 the price. up with a to 2 discount Summer Goods at and 10c Lawns at 7c yard-Al- l All 15c, 12 35c and 25c wash silks at I9c yard. All 1- -3 1-- Biggest Values When we say BARGAINS, it is so r C r Clje Crittcnbtn Uccorb'Prrsu Marion, Ky.f Aug., 24, 1911.' S. M. Babb Bros. Marion, Ky. I "I am tired of carrying the dum- per." I JENKINS i secon.i-cUs- Editu. :.. ."ubhsl.ci. matter febtuarygtb under Leading Restaurant Spees Old Stand North Side Court Square 37 at the postottice at Marion. Kentucky, e Act of Conzress of March i. iSrg SnierM s SI. 50 per year. 75 cents for five months. 20 cents for one month. CASH ADVERTISING RATES- 2SC pet inch S. C. to Foreign Advertisers. 20C per inch S. C. to Home Ailertlsers. Repeated d one-ha- lf Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros. Locals sc per tine. Locals toe Her line in twelve point tyr CASH Obituaries ;cts per line Card of Thanks xt- per fine. ITII Resolutions, of Rsspect- COI'V rate. Fresh Staple and h'ancy Groceries Good coffee our strong fort, ask our customers Henderson Cream Bread Fresh Daily Babb Bros. TOBACCO TIDINGS. BY R. P. WHEELER. LETTER FROM LOUIS HANCOCK. "Let us Continue Business at The Old Stand." FROM "HENDERSON GLEANER." To Members: Next Saturday week, Aug. 26, those who have signed the 1911 pooling contract of the Stemming District Tobacco Association are requested to meet in their respective magisterial districts and say by vote whether or not we in selling this will crop as we have been doing for several years, or all turn "dumper," and sell with the "dumpers. " If a majority of those pre-sesay then we will all If not, then every one is left free to do as he thinks best in selling his crop. It is important that every member be present at these meetings, and more important that we seriously consider this te nt One is found in the statement, "Unless we have enough to control the price, then it is best to dump." This statement is erroneous in that in conveys the idea that unless we can aboslutely have everything just as we want it, then we should do nothing. This doctrine strictly applied would stop all business of every kind. No individual or combination has ever been able to run any business just to suit every one interested. Even the powerful tobacco trust ran against a formidable snag when it met the organized growers in the association. The question is, not absolute control, but does ious consiueration. The one who says this knows Vine nnf- nnlu A114U UVb S..J benefited him, but has also benefited the "dumper," who has njt only refused to help, but has persistants done the one thing the only one thing that can deHe has supfeat plied, as far as he can, the ammunition to fight the association. It is an evident fact that if the dumper could supply the trust with raw tobacco at a lower price the association could not sell its tobacco. The idea that iness at the old stand. LOUIS HANCOCK, dumpers get more for their tobj Providence, Ky. acco than poolers get is all fVinf nn.nnoynt!nn bWClb bU WjJbiUlilUIJ i J long succession of delights. and what you were meant to be. And when the hour comes for You have your natural limit of For Infants and Children. f ho rlonvc of thu Vi:r font fr nnon power as much as an engine-t- en The Kind You Have Always Bought land the small boy horse power, or twenty, or a secures a seat ne s aD0Ut as happy as the aver- - hundred. You are fit to do Bears the y Signature of C&xyAi&Sgw age mortal gets to be this side of certain kinds of work, and you the gates of paradise. It is all ' need a certain kind and amount so real and so beautiful. The of fuel and a certain kind of him well enough to ride him glitter of the spangles dazzles his handling. down to four-cetobacco. I be- eyes ahd penetrates to his soul. Dont try to go a forty horse lieve that I know the sentiment To his young undiscriminating power rate on a twenty horse of our people on this question, eye the marks of wear and tear power brain and a ten horse and I give it as my opinion that on the green and yellow tights power bank account. Exchange. when the vote is taken on the are invisible. Itis all actual silk 25th, it will be practically unanand gold and diamonds and beaimous in favorof continuing bus- uty danger CASTOR I A sr " I nt and dash and and strength and grace and agility and ease. with the the Sig-norina with the Italian name fire his heart. The fact that the lady is on the shady side of thirty, has the features, shoulders and girth of a man, can lick a blacksmith with one blow of her fist matters not to him. To the ardent, poetic eye of the youth she is eighteen, tender, graceful and altogether lovely. Many a man would give all he has to be a boy again and the circus is the nearest he ever gets to the The Madamoiselle French name and From Our Exchanges - materially affect prices? If there r 12 is any lingering doubt in the mind of any one on this point we have but to observe the effect on the prices of Burley tobacco when the Burley Society decided to have no pool last year. It takes time and brains and money to build up any business institution and establish confidence in the minds of those who do business with it. Whenever any business is suspended, its trade necessarily seeks other channels and frequestion. First, let us remember that quently can never be stopped. our association is purely a busi- The Stemming District tobacco ness institution, organized for Association has been in business the specific purpose of obtaining for five years, and during that a fair price for our tobacco. On- time has established a reputation ly two arguments against for honest, fair dealing. It has worthy of ser- - secured a valuable trade asset, that are as tangible and secure as those of -- ZZZZZZZZI J. B. KEVIL. Lawyer. NOTARY (' Abstracting . ' PUBLIC A Specialty, ij Surveying and Draught- - H m Bfc 'i . R00M1. PRESS BLDG. MARION, KY. ! DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAIN mm Ft Internal and External Pains. merchant or manufacturer. What would be thought of a merchant who would close his house and refuse to do any business because he could not get all his fellow merchants to with him, or because he could not get everybody to trade with him? His trade would seek other channels and when he opened his house he would find many customers gone forever. This is what would happen to out association if we should decide suspend business. The other objection to is found in these words, te make the assertion average paid for pooled that tHe tobacco is materially higher than that paid for unpooled tobacco of the same type and quality. The records are within reach. The asssociation will show what it has paid its members. I challenge the buyers to show what they have paid to "dumpers." I go further and say that the association has after paying all expenses, paid more to its members than buyers have paid to dumpers. While it is true that we have carried the dumpers and helped them to get better prices, it is also true that we have influenced buyers to pay us for this work, and it is a mistake for us to make ourselves miserable by growling at the dumper. We should attend to our business and let the dumper alone. For the sake of argument, I will suppose that the dumpers do gee more for their tobacco than poolers get, and he gets it because of our work. What then? As clearly as I can state the situation it is this, we must continue to carry the dampers and get eight to ten cents for our tobacco or turn loose and ride the dumpers and get four to five cents for it. As for me, I much prefer to carry the dumper. In fact, they are not of as much importance as some people think. "VJPe cannot help ourselves withdut helping others. We should rejoice and be glad that we are able to help others while helping ourselves. Personally, I have only good will for the dumper, but I do not love 1 "bosh " Small Boy and Man are Reody Young and Old Alike Await the Big Show Coming. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson returned last night from Carrsville and Lola, Ky.. where Mrs. Thompson has been on a months visit to her aunt, Mrs. Henry May. Paducah News Democart. Miss Ruth McChesney will leave Friday for Fredonia and Marion on a visit to friends. Paducah Sun. Miss Marion Ellis Grey, who has been the guest of Miss Blanch snakes from the jungles of India or Africa appear on the board before the streets. It certainly reaches him by a sort of wireless telegraphy. Thrills of excitement and anticipation begin to agitate his mind. The poorer he is the less prospect he has of seeing the big three or six ringed performance, the more excited and agitated he become. Doubt as to whether he may be able to get in only enhances the zest of the occasion. He will willingly go to school through the rain and will help his mother with the house work every afternoon in the week if there is the least hint from her that the process will land him in a seat. The boy in good circumstances who carries the calm assurance that when the time arrives his way will be paid by his father, is secretly envied, but as a matter of fact, he does not taste the full flavor of the circus spirit. It is the little boy who sells papers or has to earn his own money who knows the supreme ecstacy of exchanging the hoarded nick.r '' , ''tin '""fa. els for a seat. r AK" ni!V X1 v wv With his boyish imagination he dreams about it before it comes. He is sure to be at the depot to see the trains come in and he fol HIDESand 5" Si' M lows every step of the pitching 1 1 II BeioDiilai. J wide the temporary camp a "w MSmiof( lU or-MmfcUiion rfr&dTKl of mouth and eyes. with litopen The ncfcbtiU. btttttfaryoatlu io Lesurillc. We hrtmk I Reference: Feet shippcft. Write lor price LI tle fejlow follows the parade taj 1 Wool Bt from end to end of the town and H.SABEl,a EYiaLwinMr. back again, and to him it is one The small boy always knows when the circus is coming to town. Indeed he does. No one knows how he knows it. It is in the air and gets to him long before Dan Robinson's picture and the picture of the jumping wise. ladies and the Numidian lion and MARION, the Bengal tiger and the big the 31st. Hasse at the Henrietta, returned to her home in Marion WednesTHURSDAY AUG. day. Caldwell County News. Miss Virgie Nunn, of Frankfort, visited at the home of Mjp. W Every dollar spent with us en- John G. Orr last Sunday. Caldwell County News. titles the purchaser to 100 votes on the AUTOMOBILE to be giv"-e- n Miss Allie May Yates, of Maraway by The Crittenden ion, is visiting Miss ImonOverby. Record-Pres- s. Miss Gwendoline Haynes, of H. Orme, Drugs, Paints, J. Marion, and Ruth Brown of ProvOils, and Varnishes. idence, are visiting Misses Belle and Margaret Bourland here this AUTOMOBILE COUPONS. week. Dixon Journal. If you pay us $1.00 on account, we give you 100 votes on the "HOWARD" Touring Car to be given away by Mr. S. M. Jenkins. Ask for coupons, we want you to have them. W. O. Tucker, Furniture Co. Eskew Brothers, Machinists J. H. Orme, Druggist. Carnahan Bros. & Dodge. Marion Coal & Transfer Co. Yates Bros, Pianos & Organs Melcalf's Laundry, Roy Gilbert, Manager. McConnell, Wiggins & Spees ARRESTS FOLLOW JACKSON MURDER. Jackson, Ky., Aug. 22. -- J. W. Hilliard, foreman of the railroad camp in Breathitt county, where a fight occurred Tuesday night in which Bud Turner was killed, has been arrested with five others, two white and three negroes. They are in jail here charged with killing Turner. Liable to Punishment. Persons are liable to a fine if horses or mules attached to ve- hides are left on the streets un- attended or unhitched. This is done of ten and the officers now are compelled to enforce the law as a run away team 4night do great damage or kill some one, in which case the person leaving the team unhitched would be liable. SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE --wwv. Barbers. Travis Foster & James, Grocers. & Son, Liverymen. -- woou . I "ar "- -- If the people about you are carrying on their business or their benovelence at a pace which drains the life out of you, resolutely take a slower pace; be called a laggard, make less money, accomplish less work than they, but be what you can be EYE. SALVc nm iwi iwmitj ijui US J; ? '.... .'" v) V P'.t&.A,, ' if " - "X'T iV'lt. b7 HTvim Tii7S'ijwfTiyV.j!J!rr t. n if)Miftfefti6MMMsi mtMmmm T8M .- - ". ONLY A SHORT COUNTY SCHOOLS Have already taken up and Bojs' School Suits can be bought right now cheaper than ever before. lect from. $7.50 6.50 5.50 5.00 4.50 We have a large stock to se- E -:-- 1 When these extremely low prices will be withdrawn, for when these lots are closed we cannot duplicate at the same prices. Buy now and save money, look at these prices. SAVE MONEY By buying yourself a suit of good clothes at these prices $12,50 $16.50 Suits FALL GINGHAMS Already here, 10c and 12 Large lot of pretty patterns. DRUGGETS 1-- GOOD NEWS For your feet and your pock-etbook. 2c At prices you cannot afford 12.50 Suits 10.00 Suits 15.00 Suits 10.00 Just received another large ment of the famous to miss. Nice line of patterns to select from. Even shipif you do not need one just now it will pay you to get one at the price we offer them'and put it aside for a Prices cut in two one-ha- lf on some lots of low al- 9.50 7.00 shoes and the goods are right too. Look here. Ladies' $3.50 3.00 2.00 Men's $3.50 and $4 Misses' 1.50 1.25 We intend to close out all these lots in the next 30 days, so do net put off too long. Come now! Come at Once. Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits . . . . . . . $5.00 4.50 . 3.50 3.00 . 2.50 Warner's The Rust-Pro- of Corsets $l, $1.50 and $2 carried in stock and will order anthing special that you may want. best corset made, while. Anyway " " " " come see them for " and get our prices. 1.75 1.50 1.00 $2.00 .75 .60 4& mmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwfmmmt .;..;..2..x..:.!":-':-fr',3- No trouble to show goods and a pleasure to please : Taylor & Carman 5 St S St St St ' DR. CRAWFORD DENTIST Select films, fine machine, good operator insures pleasant Come tonight entertainment. to the Majestic theatre. Mrs. John T. Pickens and daughter, Elvah, were guests of Postmaster Walker and wife at Salem last week and returned home Monday. ALL WORK GUARANTEED F. W. Nunn. DUNTIST I t t J J. V All Work Guaranteed Gas and Somnoform used for PAINLESS b.VlKAUllUiN f OFFICE 59 Krs. $o s diilihno. 4. Office over Marion Bank ,.;..;3.....4..Hfr.;. 4... i j. .fr i .. ;. I' Resisterd South Down Ewes Kit Shepard and wife were in and Rams for sale. the city Saturday and were Al Dean This guests of the Gill Hotel. was Mrs. Shepard's first visit to J. W. Wilson went to Paducah Tuesday to bring in J. H. Orme fine Ford her old home in 10 years. car, which makes the 7th in Marion to Mrs. Perry left for the Louisville and Cincinnati markets this week to buy her fall stock of millinery and to choose her trimmer. Due notice of her opening day will be given- date. Mrs. Bertie Miller of St. Louis, has been the guest of Mrs. R. I. Nunn an east Bell-vill- e Mo., who Miss Gwendoline Haynes has returned from Dixon. Marion Postal Savings bank opened for business Monday, Aug. 21st. Miss Mary Fitzgerald, of Mem phis, is the guest of Miss Buelah Conyer, at the Hotel Crittenden. Clifford Dean, of St. Louis, Mo., is the guest of his uncle J. E. Dean at Crider. Remember the moving picture show tonight, opera house at 7:30. J. W. Jennings will leave in a few days for Rocky Ford, Col., to spend some time for the benefit of his health. Earl Motzenbocker has charge of the opera house and will present a good show Thursday and Saturday nights of this week, after this every Tuesday, Thurs- day and Saturday evenings at 7:30 Mrs. Harley D. McChesney, of Paducah, and her daughter, Miss Ruth are the guests of friends in this city and county. Mrs. Walter McConnell, who has been on a two weeks' visit to her parents at Elnora, Ind., returned home Friday afternoon. Motion pictures, Majestic theatre, Thursday night also Saturday night. Come and enjoy yourself 1 hour. D. B. Kevil, of Sikeston, I, --M , Sjfi . w JJ was the guest of his father, Judge D. B. Kevil, on East Depot Street, for several daysMiss Hebie Jennings will leave oday for Dallas, Texas, to spend the winter with her brother Walter Jennings, who came in f o her. r falter Jennings, of Dallas, Texas and Mrs. Jesse Catlin, of Junction, 111., are guests of their brother, J. W. Jennings, in this city. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blackburn and children left Thursday fbrjtheir home in Paducah after . vw uy. ...w,..w. , m vanuv - Mo., Monday on business and arrived Lakes. street left for her home Saturday. Why hunt a new laundry-ma- n Mrs. Lottie Tinsley Terry left or woman avery week. Take Monday for Nashville, Tenn. markets to purchase her fall the old Reliable and stick to it. stock of millinery, notions, suits, We are here to stay. waists and novelties. Look out Metcalfe. Roy Gilbert, Manager. for bargains when she returns. Miss Lee Hughes left Tuesday for Emporia, Kan., to visit her sister, Mrs Vir-gi- e Mrs. T. J. Nunn and Miss Rufus Witherspoon, and her daughter Nunn left Monday for the Ada, and other relatives. She will be Michigan and Wisconsin lake re- absent 1 month. sorts of the North to spend a Miss Leaffa Wilborn has issued cards month before returning to their to an "At home" for today from 3:30 home in Frankfort. to 5:30 today in honorof Mrs. Henry S D. Martin, Z. T. Hibbs and Cole of Mannsville, Okla., who is her guest Mrs. Cole will bo pleasantly T. E- Hopewell, mining capital- remembered as Miss Susie Cole, who ists of Sturgis were here Satur- lived here in her girlhood. day and drove over to the HopeTaylor Guess of Tolu, who is well Mines, of which they are making weekly trips here to conthe owners, on an inspection sult his physician is improving trip. . right along we are glad to note J. Y. Simpson and wife of and hopes soon to be entirely reSturgis, Ky., were here Sunday, stored. They guests of the Gill House were enroute home from a visit Mrs- Shannon Smith of Monto relatives in Livingston coun- tana has been the guest of her ty which thev made in their fine sister, Mrs. T. H. Cochran on Salem street for two weeks past, auto. she will be pleasantly rememberMiss Alma Asher one of Maed as Miss Macie Coffield. rion's brightest and most attracMiss Ellis Gray will leave totive girls left Monday to spend Mrs. day for Henderson to visit her the winter with her sister, Fred Castuer, at Providence. cousin, Miss Katherine Hodge, Mr. Asher, her father, is travel- who has just returned from an ling in the south looking for a automobile trip to Chicago and the Wisconsin lake resorts. location. Judge T. J. Nunn, who is Miss Emma Adams was strict-e- n with a slight stroke of paral-lysi- s spending his vacation here was Thursday night, on her left called to Frankfort Saturday by side, which alarmed the family a telegram announcing the death of a friend and neighbor. He and neigbors very much, she was returned here Monday to remain while his wife and daughter are sojourning in the north on the - ily decided to leave for some other fountain of health but no one here knows where they went. given medical attention quickly We begin deliveries at 4 a. m. Miss Beulah Conyer of Memis now reported greatly phis, Tenn., arrived last week to and continue until G p, m. Put and improved. visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. in orders early for ice to insure Q. M. Conyer. prompt delivery. All ice orders Dr. K. L. Moore had the misfortune received after 4:30 p. m. will be to have his fine Jersey cow, "Lady Mr. and Mrs A. H. White of morning. Price" killed by the train Sunday Nashville, Tenn,. are expected delivered next morning He recently refuspd $75.00 Marion Ice & Cold Stor. Co. for her and her calf from his brother-in-la- to visit relatives and friends in Sheridan section next month. Rev. John G. Haynes and C. It. Newcom. daughter, Miss Ruth, left Mon-da- v James Copeland is the guest Every dollar spent with us enfor their home at Carters-villof friends and relatives. He came titles the purchaser to 100 votes Missouri, after spending on the AUTOMOBILE to be giv- from Atlanta Ga. where they two weeks here and in the vicinen away by The Crittenden Record- have been living but will leave soon for Memphis. Tenn., their ity, during which he assisted in -Press. the revival at Chapel Hill an acMarion Coal & Transfer Co. new home. count of appears elsewhere in Arnold Driskill returned from Rev. M. E. Miller and famib this paper. Chicago Friday afternoon after have returned from Smith Mills Mrs. Lillie Flanary of Sheridan Ky., where they spent their va- a months vacation and visit to his brother D. B. Driskill. He who has been at Sharon, Pa., cation. Their little daughter Ruth was ill when then arrived home saw the airships and one of the is spending the summer with her aviators fall to his death. brothers A. P. Love and C. C. and now has typhoid fever. John Beavers of Paducah, has Love in the county. Last week Mrs. and Mrs. John Bennett left she went to Bowling Green to Crittenden Springs Tuesday morning bought the old Crayne place in arrange for putting her son and took the train here for some un- the Frances neighborhood of A. in the Bowling Green known destination. They have been G. Beard on which Horace Wil- Guthrie Business University which ho staying there for 2 weeks but found liamson and family lived this year Mrs. Bennett not improving and hast- and will move from Paducah to will enter September the 1st. w e, The Howard touring car, to be given away by The Crittenden Record Press is being displayed around the city. It is our purpose to take this car to various parts of the county in order that contestants and their friends may see it. It is not for hire or for use at all, except as indicated above. The winner will get it in prime condition and perfect repair. - Miss Dixie Towery of Oklahoma, was the guest of Miss Mabel Yandell last week. She was accompanied by Charles Champion, the handsome son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Champion of Ardmore who has been the guest of his grandfather, Judge Towery. Ard-more, fljr.A, . Hurley,,- In order to encourage prompt payments on Sept., 1st. We will give 100 votes on the automobile for each dollar paid us that day. Our bills are all small and we prefer to collect them the first call, instead of making sev- eral trips, which absorbs all the -.. ty iK profit' -- P- YB r '' I New concrete walks have been put in by Frank Wheeler abutEvery dollar spent with us en- ting his property on corner Main titles the purchaser to 100 votes and Bellville streets, which adds on the AUTOMOBILE to be giv much to the value of the lot and en away by The Crittenden Record- the comfort of pedestrians. -Press. Robt. Van Hooser and Mayor Cochran have followed suit. Let & Dodge. Carnahan Bros. the good work go on. John A. Kemp and son, Roy Kemp, of Ripley, are guests of his mother, Nancv Jane Kemp, his brother, E. L. Kemp, and family, John C. Brown and famOf Marion, Kentucky. ily, at Iron Hill, and Mrs. J. K. SAM GUGENHEIM, Vice Pres. OFFICERS: J. W. BLUE, Pres.; Beard and children, of Shady J. V. HAYDEN, 2nd Vice Pres.; T. J. YANDELL, Cashier; Grove. He was here Saturday D. WOODS, Asst. Cashier. and ordered the county paper DIRECTORS: SAM GUGENHEIM, H. A. HAYNES, C. S. NUNN, sent to his address, W. J. DEBOE, H. K. WOODS. Mrs. R. W. Wilson has her It is the policy of this Bank to aid in every legitimate way and asusual attack of hay fever which sist in the development and financial interests of Marion and Crittenthe middle of August brings her and trust it may be den county. To that end we ask your each year. She decided that the your pleasure to place your account with Marion Bank. comforts of home with the diOur institution is examined twice a year by a State Bank Examiner, sease was pleasanter than the inat our solicitation and expense. All business intrusted to us will reconveniences privations and ceive prompt attention. among strangers and hence did not go as she has frequently done T. J. YANDELL, Cashier. J. W. BLUE, President, to the mountains or lakes of the north week. have received an article from the gifted pen of M. E. Bacon, of Hopkinsville, touching some of the early life events in the history of Congressman James which will be read with interest by all our people who remember him as "Whitey"and have watched him grow, and all the time "white" in ail his dealings with friend and foe. We will publish it in full next We Howard Henry bought Mayor Cochran's house and had it moved across the street to the lot on which Sam Walker's house burned several years ago. He will make a neat and comfortable home out of it and his friends wish that he may make as as chaperones. much money while he lives in The many friends of James D. it as Tom did and that he will Farris the retired merchant and always use it to as good purpose capitalist of Salem, will be glad as the genial mayor does his. to know that he is improving and Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Hughes is able to be up and around. He of Paducah, arrived Saturday was here last week and everyone to visit relatives. Saturday they who saw him was glad to note were the guests of R. S. Elkins how well he looked. and family, Mrs, Elkins being a of Mrs. Hughes. Sunday Miss Ellis Gray visited friends sister they visited Mrs. Hughes' other at Dawson Springs and Princeton Mrs. Hugh W. Wilborn. last week. While at Dawson she sister Sunday night they were guests was the guest of Miss Lilly Turof Mr. Hughes father, Ira C. ner granddaughter of former con- Hughes and Monday went to gressman, Oscar Turner, who Repton and Mattoon vicinities to was her class mate at Nazereth visit other relatives and friends. academy. Leaffa and Learner Complimented. Mr. W. S.Carver, from the State Inspector's office at Frankfort, Ky.. was in the city last week, and while here he said that he found the County Clerk '8 office in better condition than any other one in the State. He also j said the "Recapitulation of Assessment M of Property for Taxes" sent in by our to Clerk was one out of eight or nine, of 119 Counties, that was gotten up the kii correctly and in first class shape. He said there were numbers of these recapitulations that had to be returned to the Clerks two and threw times for correction, before they were in condition for the State Board of Equalization to work on. All of which goes to show that we have the best County Clerk X and assistant in the commonwealth, of ' i which we should be thankful. But cor-rectness and accuracy are not all of it either, politeness and a quick and willing response to all requests for infor mation as to the county's affairs is putrjLji , ,, Sif&viii- va mIavIp'o vuivv XT ji AJ y V. iiuu nuaMtiAA n nn viim a sAFSma 19 tiAUf nnni er Tinmt&lA a nno r moffoi MW.. fWV. V M WM W. U.VV. J r birth is ever met with a scowl er m ."V unpleasant look but arc aamrad by action and word that the Rrcord'a arar . e theirs and that it is a pleaaaat doty to j furnish the desired wfomaoa wfcaftv 4 poasible. So far as we ara coaeawaj-- ' Wv wo hnna tliAV mav tui nnnhttMA a it the first of January. Miss Lucile Kirkpatrick of Greenville, Ky., Miss Verna Picken's guest spent last week with a house party at Crittenden Springs Hotel. Beside the visitor and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Taylor were in the party n 1 MARION BANK t$L' t W .. ... ..... j . 'T -1 ,- ? J f u-. r -- Xfo V' i, ...?3 '. f.il " -- .' V - tT7J & "' v ., j..- T ri -. Selhel Female College Hopkinsville, Kentucky. This old Baptist School has become the most Modern and the most Advanced Woman's College in Kentucky. It now offers full standard Northern College Entrance Courses and three years of College work. College courses are patterned after those offered in Eastern Women's Colleges and are taught by thoroughly equip- t it- - ped College trained teachers. High School Graduates will find here a wholosome college atmosphere, a delightful college home and the same work they would get in any college during the three years. The rates are low when compared with other Similar Colleges. Send for catalogue. H. G. Brownell, B. S., M. E. President. View, were the guests of his brother mont and iamily Sunday. The big rains that we have had are Farmers have commenced to break making tobacco look fine. land for the Fall wheat crop. Mrs Hal ie Baker left last week for Mrs. Robert Deboe and children, of Marion, are visiting her sister, Mrs. a visit to her brother Hardy who lives at Dawson Springs. James Ordway. J. H. Brouster left Monday for his Dan Bister rook a nice load of home near Pabucah. watermelons to Fredonia last week. Harris, Austin and Luther Price, of The road is being worked in this neighborhood once more and v are Piney were in this section last week. truly glad, for perhaps there wont be j T. A. Harpending has one milch cow and calf for sale. Price reasonable. so many horse shoes lost. The dogs got into a bunch of sheep ' Jo. Parker and wife of Salem were owned by John Itorer, recently and the guests of relatives near New Sal- em Sunday, killed several sheep for him. j Mrs. John L. Harpending and child Our school began here Monday Aug. ren were the guests of relatives near 7th, with Miss Susie Moore as teacher. New Salem last week. Besides the pupils, those present were Crittenden and Livingston counties T. W. Young and D. E. Boister. We think more of the parents ought to need a bridge very badly across the branch at the county line on the Mavisit our school rion and Salem road. Mrs. Anna Deboe and son, John Mrs. Ed Harpending and children, Freeman, of Louisville, were visiting of Frances, were the guests of relafriends in Marion last week. tives in this neighborhood. Fiuit is very scarce in this neighborFrank Capron and family, of Cv- hood, peaches especially; but water- press, 111., were the guests of his melons are plentiful. brother-in-laJames Mahan. near Mrs. McCord is visiting her parents, New Salem last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wash Deboe. James Lowery, the road supervisor Born to the wife Mack Sutton a fine from the county line to Salem, is doing some the best work on this road in baby girl. LILY DALE I ten years. Indigestion causes nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try H62 stomach, heartburn, nervousness, sour Miss Maude Richards opened school at New Salem Tuesday Aug. S. Mose Nelson and Columbus Massey, of Tiline, were in thi3 section Sunday. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sunderland, of Tiline, was buried at Tyner's Chapel Monday. Quite a number from here attended the camp meeting at Piney Sunday. Haywood Hicks and daughter visited relatives at Crayne Sunday. Give us all the news of cur neighborhood; the comers, and goers; marriages, births and deaths: in fact every thin? that happens in our section from a wedding to a game of craps and your friends away from home will know it. Bedford's Black-Draug- ht Thlrly Years Together. Thirty years of association think of How the merit of a good thing stands out in that time or the of a bad one. So there's no guesswork in this evidence of Thos. Ariss, Concord, Mich., who writes: "I have used Dr, King's New Discovery for 30 years, and its the best cough and cold cure I ever used." Once it rinds entrance in a home you can't pry it out. Many families have used it for forty years. It's the most infalible throat and lung medicine on earth. Unequaled for lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, quinsy or sore lungs. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Haynes & Taylor and J. H. Orme. A it. worth-lessness the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwater, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thedford's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, ana now I can eat without Try it. distress." Black-Draught, Insist on Thedford's See J. H.Orme Drugs, NEW SALKM. Health good. Crops growing. Lots of good rains. Rev. Boucher filled his regular appointment at New Salem first Saturday and Sunday. Thomas Davenport and family of Wall Paper, Paints and Oils. Prescriptions a Specialty Visit our Fountain Travis & James GROCERIES, FRUITS AND CANDIES Restaurant and Lunch Counter. Bakery Products, Cream Bread, Buns, Cakes and Pies. Prompt deliveries, Polite attention. Give us a call and get our prices which are especially low on staples. Phone No. 17. Copher's Old Stand Travis & James. t r-'A ment, tried It out. Perhaps other causes made his defeat inevitable, without the machine. But Mr. Edwards for Lieutenant Governor and Mr. Laffoon for Auditor had ample opportunity for testing lt3 working qualiOpens Campaign with Eloquent ties. Senator Blackburn enme back to warn his party friends of the Speech. He dennd power of that machine. clared It was here and at work. He its danger HIS WARNING TO VOTERS declaimed againstwas on that to good ground government. It that ho contested the nomination of by his Mr. McCreary and Says Democratic Party Dominated By machine for places those elected on the State ticket. Machine People Had No Choice In The warnings seem to have had the Selection of Candidates Urges Citi- contrary effect from that Intended. It zens To Vote Regardless of Party was hoped to arouse the voters In the Democratic party to a sense of party Affiliations Special Interests Need peril, as well as danger to the State. Dis- The voters, Liquor Question Attention however, had found by long and bitter experience, that a cussed. fight against the machine, with the machine conducting the election, was Judge E. C. O'Rear, the Republican ' a hopeless task. Hence they stayed candidate for Governor, opened the away from the election. Only about campaign at Ellzabethtown, Ky on thirty per cent of the Democrats of Monday, August 14, before an Immense the State participated In the primary, crowd, which gave him the closest at- - according to the face of the returns, tentlon. He sounded the keynote of i while If the padding done In Louisville e this campaign as being whether the and the Big Sandy region, not to or the Interests should control tlon others, be subtracted, not more j the State's politics, per cent voted. and then discussed than twenty-fiv- e A party machine Is more than a the County Unit question, the Bradley j election and the question of his own name. Its existence can not be deter- i resignation from the Court of Appeals mined merely ufJon assertion. It im pending his candidacy for Governor, piles a number of persons In power In The demonstration In approval of office, State or party offices, who by Judge O'Rear's speech was gratifying virtue of their power and Influence to him and his friends. He spoke as can control and do control the party's . action, follows: more or less regardless of the The principal Issue In this cam- - will of Its voters. A party machine Is palgn Is, Shall Kentucky cleanse the essentially a body of men wielding of-- I politics of the State? Kentucky Is flcial power in the party, and who not exceptional In having the political stand together for the common end, boss, the corrupting lobbyist, and the the perpetuation of those men triumph of Intrigue In her legislative or their friends In office. The State department. Such has been the lot of Democratic Committee Is alleged by all the States. Kentucky would be many Democrats, and believed by exceptional If her condition had been many others, to be such a machine, body. Its choice different from that of the other States. It Is a But she Is not. She will be exceptional for Governor won because he was Its only If she makes no attempt to threw choice. Otherwise he would have done off the domination of the unclean ele- - precisely as all the others did who ments In politics. started to set Into the race (except When we call for a more popular gov- Addams). His committee called the ernment, for restoring to the people the misused powers of government, It Is because we believe that In the people only Is the requisite virtue and strength to rid the politics of the State of Its alien and demoralizing Influences. The slogan therefore should be, Shall the people of Kentucky rule MR&y, Kentucky? And the aim of the camft : i.. :,'.'4.'.'.S poll-tic- s 1 paign should be to produce clean 'SW! 'M In order that we may have cleaner nnd therefore more efficient governntm-ma- d r v rrv jrmt rmr v. ia, ik: ment. It Is my purpose to center the , campaign there. V S.'11 Y 'As.:SV"- SS V'' There never was an Issue In this 32 Jk. fe w.' country whether clean or unclean politics should prevail. That Is to say, when unclean politics did prevail, and an attempt was made to purify conditions, no party ever joined the Issue rnd declared In opposition that unclean politics was better for the State and should consequently be continued. The flght has many times been made. It has never been made without justifiWhether It cation In the conditions. has succeeded depended always on whether the people got their eyes open to nnd kept them upon the actual conditions and the real Issue. The opposition always denies the existence of. unclean conditions, or If they are so obvious as to be beyond denial, then the attempt has Invariably been to de- ' flect the public attention from the real .'bsue; to Introduce collateral or 1m-.: & mrterlal or Irrelevant Issues; to at-- , tempt to draw the public away from n. C. O'UEAR. the main fight, and have the battle In Ken- Ditched on side questions. primary at his tucky this year the attempt has been, expensive, and will continue to be, to withdraw behest, which Indicates that there was the main question from tho people's a previous understanding between consideration, and to allure them to him, certain members of the commit-ground- s less vulnerable, or presenting , tee and certain other Democrats not a better chance for success. The op- - members, but who controlled certain position In Kentucky will try to have ' members, that such would be the you believe that something else Is of ' course. The committee. In short, at more Importance to you than a debate i every step of the campaign, beginning of and the eradication of the evils last December and up to the last meet-whicenthrall, control and bind Ken- - j ing the other day, has acted In perfect tucky to a course damaging to her accord upon a program previously standing abroad and to her growth ana agreed upon between Its dominant power at home. members and Its selection for Governor. The only break that we know That the State has been machine-ruleand of was In the Railroad Commissioner's to the public detriment and shame. Is race In the Second District. That the first question of fact to be settled. break was not In the committee. It The next question will be the remedy. was because personal Influences outDominated By Party Machine. side of the committee, and which on Four years ago, to go no further all other matters were In accord with back. It was asserted, and upon full the committee, were not strong enough discussion was found to be true, that In that particular Instance to cope Kentucky was dominated by a party with the demands of the liquor Intermachine. Senator McCreary declared ests, and certain of Its allies In the upon the Btump In his campaign lobby, as to that particular race. The against Governor Beckham for the nominations desired, planned and prethat such was the fact. At viously agreed upon by that committee that time Governor Beckham was In have been made with an unerring precontrol for the only time In hlB admin- cision that shows machine work. It istration of the machine of his party may be that the gentlemen bo nomiin the State. His Auditor, Mr. Hager, nated were better men than those rewas nominated by that machine for jected. A wise machine would not Governor, and his Treasurer, Mr. choose the weakest men in a close was likewise nominated for State. The fact remains, however, that ticket. Auditor; he was himself nominated It Is a machine-pickeNor does It necessarily follow that for Senator; he had but recently succeeded by It In electing Senator Payn-te- r a party machine Is composed of corand retiring Senator Blackburn. rupt men. It may be quite the conMr. McCreary then believed and said trary. But It Is also true that such that the machine of Governor Beck- an organization Is not only easier to ham, presided over by his competent be reached by designing Interests, or friend, General Haley, nts memuer 01 unscrupulous politicians, tnan me the Board of Control, and his other larger body of the party Is, but It Is so friend, Mr. EH Brown, Chairman of frequently the case that It Is so domithe Prison Commission, was a menace nated that It has become the general to good government In the State, and rule. In truth, such Interests can not was a corrupting Influence. Attorney dominate a party otherwise than General Hays made the same flght In through a machine organization, nor his race for the nomination against do they ever attempt to do so. For Mr. Hager. Both Hays and McCreary those reasons, If not for others, party lost In that flght In the party because machines are regarded by the public of the overmastering power of the with Intense and merited distrust. political machine. The Issue was carIt Is most unwise, because unsafe, ried on Into the general election. The for the people to abdicate their suverdict of the people was "guilty." preme control In favor of any lesser Attorney General Hays then left the body within a party. It Inevitably State. Mr. McCreary stayed. Whether leads to abuse of power, and affords he thought It was better to run away the surest avenue for the entrance Into from tho flght, to stay and keep up the political power of the baneful Influ-jnce- s so familiar In modern times, the flght, or to surrender, Is a matter you Interests, whlch may feel called upon to decide now. special Certain It Is, he neither left nor kept thrive upon the public because of unup the flght Did the machine go out due preferences given or allowed tlwm of existence? Mr. Ben Johnson started by law. out to run for Governor. He found Majority of Democrats Had No Voice the old machine at work. He said so. in Party Ticket. He found it too strong for him. So he It is certain that a majority of the Stanley, undaunted by the quit. Mr. formidable power of the gigantic steel Democrats of Kentucky did not even present trust, looked In on the machine. He participate In making tho their act therefore, found It too strong for even his cour- ticket It is not, from the fear of maage and popularity. Judge Reed looked and deed. Aside which seems to in also. At close quarters It showed chine domination, well founded, the Democrats him the hopelessness of a flght against have beengiven an opportunity of know-In- p It. ijr. Addams, with more means but- were not what the candidates . beforehand less discretion and political discern- JUDGE O'REAR e prr-senc- men-peopl- : I I to-wl- t, d ' I V .X 'M j.i'riJl. : .. 1 I one-side- d J h boss-ridde- n. d lobby-controlle- Sen-atorsh- Bos-wort- d ring stood for, and as It has :r both parties are machine ruleithen the people It would matter little to the average .o vote for measures as well as men, voter which prevailed, as one party maIt Is quite likely they were unwilling chine It as objectionable when In 'n this Instance to commit themselves power as the other. Party, bosses, to any set of men, however eminent In lobbyists and corruptlonlsts are all of character, without knowing a'so for a kind. what they stood besides holding office. Machine of The failure of a majority of the Demo- Urges Remedy To Deprive Power. crats to participate In the committee's primary made It easier for the comIf thPn It be true thnt Kentucky Is In the party that mittee to provide the result, as It Is yet machlne-rlddereasonably sure that all whom the claims to be the dominant party here, committee could control did partici- what Is the remedy? Surely not to set pate. party. up another machlne-rlddeIn every hotly contested primary That might be swapping the devil for election or convention, unlawful means a witch. But I maintain it Is to so are used to debauch such electors as regulate government as that neither are vulnerable by that means. The party can, If It attempts to, prevail by fewer decent people who participate a machine. In the past the effort has makes It easier for the briber to get been and such was the advice of SenIn his work. He has fewer votes to ator Blackburn only six weeks ago to overcome In that event. That such smash the machine. That Is very good means were used In the late primary as far as It goes. But there Is nothing there are many evidences. How far yet to prevent another machine's being that affected the result can not now Immediately got together, which would be known. It Is pointed out as one of be no better than Its predecessor. My the great dangers attending a commit- idea Is, to make the operations of the tee primary, arranged, managed, and machine more difficult, and to deprive executed In every particular In accord it of the dangerous power under the with the previous purposes of the law It now uses and abuses. To do mancommittee. It Is one of the great dan- this, first, I urge the gers of the machine system. datory primary election law, held at When the "platform convention" the public expense. In which all canwas called the committee was careful didates must be nominated at the same to protect Its own tenure In office time, the officers of the election being from the people by declaring In the call public officials, not party appointees. that the committee should not be re- Let anybody become a candidate win organized by the State Convention, al- can muster enough support to repre-sen- t though the party law provides to the 1,000 voters on his petition (for a contrary. Without that safeguard In- State office); let the printing of balserted In the call by the committee by lots, as well as circulation of literature the consent of the Democratic nomi- setting forth each candidate's proposnees, It Is certain the committee would als and be by public have continued to refuse the party a authority, the candidates bearing only platform at all, as It was mainly con- actual cost of printing and postage. cerned with Its own tenure In office, Prohibit campaign funds of larger size therefore of power. Thus do the nomi- than to defray such expenses and the nees agree In advance to continue In candidates' traveling bills and adverpower over the Democrats of the State tising. Prohibit the gathering of those a committee which Is a veritable po- big funds that are so necessary and delitical machine, In spite of the party lectable to the "ronimlttpe." Thus law to the contrary, and In spite of your machine would be phorn of Its any desire on the part of the Demo- power for evil, nnd there would be no crats to change their committee. The more machines calling for "smash-ings.platform is yet in doubt. So Is the This, you will recall. Is one of fate of the State ticket. But not so the the planks of our platform, and one It has wisely In the platform on which I went before Democratic machine. provided for Its own security and per- the people and because of It In part petuity, regardless of the popular will. was selected by them. But that Is the way of party machines. A machine 'can not run without The point I make is, the Democratic greasing. That Is true of political ai party Is under the domination of a well as other machines. The lubricant party machine, which It has not a of the political machine Is n "campaign nhance to rid Itself of. That Is the committee's fund." power In flnnl analysis. As It Is most O'Rear Choice of the People. Now let us look at the other side. frequently operated against the people. You will easily recall my campaign for It has no chance of getting Its funds the nomination. It wns distinctly a from thnt source. Special Interests, or call to tho people. A majority of tho party appointees In office, are then the Republican State Committee was op- sources of the supply. Take up the latposed to me. I never attended a meet- ter first. In Kentucky we have not a ing of the committee before the noml- - civil service protection for the appointThey are nt the mercy of t ive officials. nation. The Republican State officials, with their superiors In office. The body havone exception, were all either opposing ing the most places nt Its disposal Is the Prison Commission. It Is now my nomination, or were so concerned In their own as to be somewhat Indif- elected by the Legislature In Joint sesferent as to me. It Is supposed the sion. It must get Its votes there. Governor did not desire my nomlna- - Hence that Commission concerns Itself Naturally nnd not Improperly mainly with seeing thnt Its friends are tlon. he favored his Lieutenant Governor. elected to the Legislature. In order to The Lieutenant Governor was himself elect Its friends It must hnve the a candidate for tho nomination. The means, local committees and campaign partly' by Secretary of State managed his cam- - fund. These are supplied guards, who Tho Attorney General man- the appointees, the prison palgn. aged the campaign of another one of are not only "assessed" unmerc'fully. mv opponents. The Superintendent of but must see to It that local commitPublic Instruction supported energet- tees are "right." Tho Prison Commission having such Intimate relations ically his kinsman and county-man- . The Treasurer, Auditor and with the Legislature, by reciprocity .Mr. Cox. of Agriculture were methods, are also sought by other "InCommissioner candidates before the con- terests" as "representatives" before each Whether vention, nnd whatever their personal that body or Its committees. receive personal preferences, were properly most con- the Commissioners "camcerned In their own races, and whether pay, or contributions to the public. so or not, disclaim any part In the paign fund," Is all one to the Idea final actions of the convention In pro- The system fosters the machine curing the nomination of the present and In fact has been so employed In The penal Institutions of Republican ticket That left support- Kentucky. but one State official, the the State are thereby made Into a poing me alone litical asset and managed accordingly. Clerk of the Court of Appeals. biAmong Federal officeholders, the I propose to make these boards Senator was neutral,, so far as I know. partisan one party acting as a kind political manipulations There are five Collectors of Internal of check to the and preventing assessRevenue In Kentucky. Two supported of the other, one of my opponents; one the other, ment of appointees, hoping to abolish one supported me, and one was neu- that feature entirely; then let them be They tral. The two United States Marshals' appointed by the Governor. power offices opposed me; so did the Pension would no longer have either the Agent, for Kentucky. The Surveyor of or the Incentive to meddle In electing the Port at Louisville and the United friendly Legislatures or tampering States District Attorney at Louisville with that body after Its election. My supported me. The postmasters, with proposal Is to take that Commission two or three exceptions, in the First out of politics, by making it as far as possible, and removing and Second Districts, where they were also County Chairmen (a bad policy, both the opportunity and means for as well as.unlawful) were nearly solid- Its becoming a professional lobby at ly against me. In other districts that the Capital. That Is one way to support was fairly well divided among "smash a machine," by withholding its the three candidates for Governor. So lubricant You will find a plank to you see that even if there was a ma- that effect In our platform. Special interests Need Attention. chine in the Republican party, it did not prevail in this instance. My nomiSpecial interests have been much disnation was moBt distinctly made by cussed of late. Wo are learning more the people In the country, In conven- and more about their ends ahd ways tions In which were gathered more They are of the tribe who would reap than fifty per cent of the voters In the where they have not sown; who want party. The remainder of the ticket special Immunities or favors which was nominated by the delegates to the their competitors do not share. They convention, some 2,400 men, not di- are essentially monopolists, In that rected by any Interest save the public they want to enjoy conditions from Interest, and not controlled by the man- which others are excluded. This they date of any man or set of men. The can do In this country only In one or purpose of certain partisan newspapers two ways either have legislation to show that the convention was favorable to them, or have the laws silly In the light of the executed partially in their behalf. The though facts, Is aimed to distract attontlon former Is much preferred by them, from the true conditions In their own therefore they are most active about, party. In one sentence they say that the halls of legislation everywhere Senator Bradley controlled the con in Kentucky, New York, Ohio, West ventlon; In another they say that I Virginia, Missouri, Illinois, Colorado, It. and routed Bradley. California, and at Washington. Those controlled Both statements are untrue. But what- plying .In Kentucky are such as either ever may be unblushlngly misstated, want a kind of monopoly in buying none has yet arisen to say that any from us, or In selling to us, or In exspecial interest or any lobby, or any ploiting resources found here. Tho dominated the Repub- laws against monopoly are undergoing corrupMonlst lican Convention, or had the slightest a constructive and testing era. Kencontrol over It That is one point the tucky must take a hand should do so, people have gained. Nor did I use a In order not only to protect hei own dollar for corruption purposes; nor people, but the country at large. was a dollar used In that way on my These Interests employ agents at every behalf, so far as I know; nor did any State capital, charged to look after alt Interest contribute a penny to my cam- legislation, and If It Is found to bear If ever there was a ever so remotely upon the business of paign expenses. convention which was made up by the that Interest the order Is. "Kill it" no people and executed their commands matter what the public good demands. to the letter, both In ticket 'and Another has a similar representation. It was the last Republican State And so on. They combine their Inare sores among fluence and means because It Is not Convention. If there the Republicans, they are not on the only more effective, but cheaper for people, but on the politicians alone each. It Is both dangerous arid exwhose perscnal ambitions were disap- pensive to undertake to contro the pointed, or those 'tied by stronger majority of a Legislature after Its bonds than party unity to some pet election. The better way, they thlnk. interest which has a grievance at the Is to elect It and It will then do from action of the convention, In that It n sense of gratitude what It could not was "run over." be bribed to do. "Party" Is the great I say this much, not In personal Jus- word In such affairs. Men will do for n tification or pride, but because It Is the party what they would not do for pertinent Inquiry of the voters. For, the State. So It the party committee be- - i.io common nowadays for n K ' n n State-wid- e, counter-proposal- s " f boss-ridde- plat-for- r "ft ui i i . jX r jl f ,.,. . :K x& " .t.. h. u f kit r xWa&kfcft. ,. bif ti, t , i .:i QW.it'-- 7 ' j. 7 1 i V I- - ? tr SJfrp'STO ," VTi, ',. vq Supplement to The CRITTENDEN Vol 34. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Aug. Narrow Escape. RECORD-PRE- S Kii 24, 1911. NUMBER! rSILVER OF QUALITY AND IK r t -- Hv frwRV 4gtv sr'7i 'WtJJWB fl BEAUTY Unquestioned durability and KQSff POSSBi X Carlisle, Ky., Aug. 15. During a heavy storm which prevailed at Parks Hills, this county, a horse became frightened and backed a buggy over an em- m AcCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for ttyle, perfect fit, simplicity ani reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearl) very city and town In the United States nc Canada, or by mall direct. More sold thar any other make. Send lor free catalogue UcCALL'S MAGAZINE than any other fashioi More subscribers magazine million a month. Invaluable. I.at est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdressing, year (north double), including a free pattern-Subscribtodiy, or send for sample copy. exquisite design the highest ideals in plated ware are assured in spoons, forks, and fancy serving pieces bearing the renowned trade mark bankment. In the buggy were Misses Ethel McCord, daughter of Mr. J. T. McCord, of Fair-vieand a Miss Ramey. Just as the buggy plunged over the embankment the girls jumDed out. Miss McCord fell under the horse and was struck by one of his feet and her hand was badly lacerated. Miss Ramey was not hurt. w, Finding a coiled rattlesnake Luts and bruises may be healed , J ...... v... b...w nn..:- -j about three inches above his about nnn.thirrlu tlin timn icijuiieis, i tne usual treatment bv applying ( head on the cross-arof a tele- berlain s graph pole he had climbed Sat- and causesLiniment. It tois antiac such injuries heal urday afternoon, Clarence Rain-e- out maturation. This liniment alao.l. a young lineman for a local heves soreness of the muscles telephone company, made no ef- rheumatic pains. For sale byfi jR fort to defend himself from the dealers. reptile, but shaking his climbers loose, dropped 40 feet to the Wedding in The Heayn ground. Fortunately, he landed in soft ground, on his feet, Mars and Saturn United. and unhurt. m y, tVONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogu and new cash prize oilers. Address (HE McCAIl CO.. 233 to S Rainey say that when he saw W. 371b SI.. NEW VO:S 1847 ROGERS BROS. TRIPLE There are various makes of silverplated tableware which are claimed to be "just as good," but, like all imitations, they lack the beauty and wearing quality identified with the original and genuine "1847 ROGERSBROS' ware popularly knownas "SifoerTlatethat Wears." Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for showing all designs. catalogue "C-L" s A Cold Is not necessarily serious, provided it It is frequently the starting point of many dangerous diseases. When it comes use Dr. Bell's r Honey. Look for tho bell on A the bottle. is taken care of. Pine-Ta- paving a year, the cost to be assessed against abutting property owners; an improved prison system; adding the positions of baliff and license inspector to that of the chief of police; an auto for the police department and civil service for members of the fire department. s adjust his life belt. It is preuoservatory, William, sumed that if he had arranged that belt, the snake, which was Bay, Wis., Aug. 13. -- E. E. Bar lui-Kes the snake he was preparing to VISIBLE TO NAKED EYE. The Gentler Sex. coiled to strike, would have bitten the lineman before he could have disengaged himself from the pole. The huge rattler was brought down by throwing a rope over tne pole, and when measured was found to be 36 inches long, an inch and a half in circumference and with nine L MEBIDEN BRITANNIA CO., (INTERNATIONAL SILVIR CO., Meriden.Conn. It is soup, hash and the like ;J& it &-'- & &ti 18& out they can come down. Little Fidity Flinders has been The chicken mites are report- swatting flies this week with the ed right bad on Musket Ridge, butter paddle. but in Hoirwallow they are not bothering anybody but the post-- , Clay Items in Providence Enterprise master, who always did pay at Mr. A. U. Lamb made a busitention to little things. He has ness trip up the L. & N. Tuesisolated himself in one end of day in the interest of the Red the postoffice, and it is believed Cross Milling Company. that there will be no further Mrs. Tolley, who has been visspread of the pests. iting her daughter, Mrs. A. U. Columbus Allsop set one of his Lamb, was called to her home in geese a few days ago on thirteen Livingston county on account of tor Bradley has been holding up eggs, but she grew superstitious the nomination of George Crider the nest until sickness in the family. and abandoned Cow Gives Birth to Triplets. Cleveland Stone, an old Dixon of the for a long time, and Frank FishColumbus removed one Ky., Aug. 19. Paducah, er, of Paducah, is here trying eggs. It is very discouraging boy, who has been foreman of WILLIAMS' KIUNEY PILLS. Eddyville Herald for some to get the bars lifted and have Within the short space of five to note that in this late day of the Have you overworked your nervous enlightenment we still have to time, has purchased the W ebster system and caused trouble with your Crider confirmed before the ex- days a cow at the dairy of M. G. County Times from C. V. Oak kidneys Konkle. of the St. John's sectolerate superstition. and bladder? Have pains in piration of the extra session. ley and took charge of the paper loins, sid", back and bladder? Have Mr. Fisher had intended to go tion in McCracken county, gave Prof Sap Spradlen has closed ir j i mi snorc-cou- i i. if.. The first you a flabby appearance of the face, home last night, but he stayed birth to three calvesTiis school at Wild Onion on ac- - ju"uay. m. uaKiey win remove to his former home at and under the eyes? A frequent de- over and had a conference today calf was born last Thursday. of the failure of his pupils sire to pass urine? If so, Williams' with Hitchcock. i... It is believed Saturday there were twin calves, j a uaa uusu w"w .i lUltllU, illiu v.r.o f.n..fai nnf lO Kidney Pills will cure you Druggist here that Crider will not be con- and yesterday the third calf ar3ook for another school. Before Price 50 cents. Williams M'f'g. Co. Clipped from Louisville rived. ipjivinc he roache . his hair so Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J. H firmed. Herald, (Republican.) Orme, Marion Ky. that the trustees can see what a Ivy poisoning, swellings of tho flesh, bites and has. tall forehead he stings of Insects, stiff Thrown From Buggy. WANTED CORN neck and lame back should be treated with, In the lecture on "Dogs" at McConnell & Wiggins Carlisle, Ky., Aug. 19. BeUntil further notice we will Ballard's Knob Monday night Buzzard coming frightened at a passing give 60cts. for white corn shuckour worthy friend, Prof. Sap train on the Louisville and Nash- ed and delivered at our mill, Snradlen. referred to several of TONSORIAL ARTISTS ville railroad near the Long t f Marion Milling Co. our citizens in clearly underBATH ROOM IN CONNECTION crossing, east of this city, a It neutralises poisons, sub standable terms, but no one dues Inflammation, relaxes con by John Trout, a horse driven Increases Meat Price. took offense, as they were meretracted muscles ana restores healthy conditions. For heai- prominent farmer of Upper ly used as illustrations. ine cuts, wounds, burns or Chicago, Aug. 22. -- Chicago Blue Lick Springs, this county, scalds, there Is nothing llko It PRESS BUILDING of the or Two or three members in tho whole list by curative and the country at large are alran away pulling the buggy over a mild. Barents. It cures Hog Ford' church have moved cower that Is moro effective an embankment literally tearing ready beginning to feel the efthan the stronfT. harsh lini from that vicinity, but expect to When rubbed In for ments. it to pieces and throwing out fects of the drouth in the cattle rheumatic pains, neuralgia or BUSY BEE BLOCK continue to affiliate with that sciatica. Its wonderful penetrat Mr. Trout and his niece, Miss country in the increase in the ing and relieving innuence is and have instructcongregation, Mamie McVey. Neither is bad- prices of meats. All meats have verv Eratlfylnsr. It Is an all- that around household liniment ways jumped approximately 2 cents a ed the preacher to ring the bell a ly hurt. Is useful in a. thousand pound in the last few days, and little louder on Sunday mornings. and Us appUcatlon Is always followed by benenciai results. An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, it was forecasted today The mail carrier brought in the 60c and 81.00. Price 35c. that the Showman and Daughters Shot. as a rule, be cured by a single dose of JamesF.BallardiProp. St.Loult.Mo. report last week that the world Pineville, Ky., Aug. 19. MexiChamberlain's Cholic, Cholera and coming twelve months will see Use Stephens Eye Salve for Tobe was coming to an end. sore eyes, it Cures. Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has record breaking prices for meats, can Joe, who has been traveling Mosely has advertised his farm no superior for bowel complaints. For .i3acpANoRccowmNOtrn through the mountains of Eastsale by all dealers. A and all his household goods for Sallow complexion comes from bil- ern Kentucky and Virginia with J. H. Orme, Marion, Ky. ious impurities in the blood and the sale. a small tent show, was shot and fault lies with the liver and bowels: During these moonlight nights Very Progressive Message. they are torpid. The medicine that fatally wounded last night at Is in Active Eruption. the Excelsior Fiddling Band has Four Mile, near here, at the gives results in such cases is Henderson, Ky., Aug. 19. been standing out doors practicIt is a fine liver stimulant and close of a performance. Two of Mayor W. I. Thompson will subTokio, Japan, Aug. 15. ing up to play the moonlight bowel regulator. Price the volcano on the mit his annual message to the by J. H. Orme, Marion, 50 cents. Sold his daughters were wounded by Ky. picnics scheduled for this month, A stray bullets, one receiving a Island of Hondo, was in erup- council tomorrow night and the Ellick Hellwanger has decided flesh wound in the neck and the tion this morning. A large par- document is replete with more to wear a short coat all the time ty Boys Watch Where You Step. other being shot through the of foreigners who were stop- advanced ideas respecting civic to prevent himself from being ping thigh. at Karuizawa Shin, a popu improvement than was any simEvansville, Ind., Aug. 22. arrested for carrying concealed resort nearby, ascended the ilar paper in the history of the Everet .Hayes, aged six years, of At least fifty shots were fired. lar weapons in his back pocket. mountain during the night and citv. Rockport, Ind., died of lockjaw Fit Smith sleeps a good deal in narrowly escaped the fumes Among the things he recom- tuuuy, causea Dy stepping on a PILES! PILES! PILES! church with his hat on, but from the crater. Two , or three mends and towards which he be- rusty nail a few days ago. nothing will be said to him about Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil party by lieves the city council will be cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. it as he illiberal when the hat of the stones. were injured favorably disposed are telegraph falling It absorbs the tumors, allayB itching is passed around. Dr. Bell's Japanese students aire and telephone wires under-- , Several at once, acts as a poultice, gives in SidneyrHocks is engaged this missing and it 'is feared that ground,! the city and companies Is the best for coughs, colds, croup, stant relief. Williams Indian Pile in circulating a petition they were in the vicinity when to come to a satisfactory agree- grip, whooping cough, bronchitis, asth- Ointment is prepared for Piles and asking that the space between itching of Drugthe eruption occurred. ''The vol- ment regarding the construction ma and all throat and bronchical gists, mail the private parts.Williams 50c and $1.00. the1 Tickville jail be troubles. Sold everywhere look for the bars fn of conduits; an improved street cano1 has been active for three A Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland, O. made much larger. lighting system which would in the bell on the bottle. months, Sold only by J. H. Orme. $9 A ladd5Kas been stood acraiast clude luxalabra lights in the Leapt tt Avid Rattler. 3?;v'wpbSilce; stfthat if anybody fi Rskll'ct A titiss&rkM Callis downtown section: the construc l flia WkAf nrliAn a 4ima V.iuo1al.. ... ' ' OR: t3LL'S ANTI-PAI- N T. Vj tion of ten miles of ne,w street " Gainesville, Ga., Aug. 22. Hogwallow Kentuckian. for Mary Myerly. of Elmwood, and her aged husband now, neither being able to eat solid food, since their one set of false teeth, which thev used in common, was broken in a fight between the two. Called before the Mayor for an attack on her helpmate Mrs. Myerly said that her spouse was using the teeth when it came her time to eat supper and he refused to give them to her. She said she then hit him over the head with a rollingpin and knocked the much-use- d molars from the old man's mouth, breaking the plate. Chicago Record Herald Much mystery was encounterwith LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach tho seat of tho disease. Catarrh Is n, blood or constitutional diseaso, ed in trying to solve how the and In order to euro It you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catnrrh Curo Is snake made its way up the forty taken Internally, and acts directly upon foot pole. It did not seem probtho blood and mucous surfaces. Hall'3 Catarrh Curo Is not n quack medicine. It able that it had crawled there, was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and Is but this was accepted as the only n. regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with tho plausible means. best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combination of tho two Ingredients Is what proA king Who Leit Home duces such wonderful results In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. set the world to talking, but Paul Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says he Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. always KEEPS AT HOME the Kinjr of all Laxatives Dr. King's New Life Fight is on Over Postoffice. Pills and that they're a blessinp to Cure constipation, all his family. Washington, D. C, Aug. 22.- -A headache, indigestion, dyspepsia. Only warm fight is on over the 23 cents at J. II. Ormes and Haynes & postoffice at Marion, Ky. Sena- Taylor's, Marion, Ky. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured i rattles. -- nard, professor of astronomy at the Verkes Observatory here to-- ? day announced an interestincrand impressive phenomenon which will take place Auerust lfir.h. af which date the planets Mars and '& baturn will be in conjunction. ''Many people will be interested in an astrnmipnl nlinnAmn.. which takes place on the nio-ril of August 16 and which will not require any telescope to see it," 4 said frot. Barnard. "On that date," he continued, "the planet Mars will pass ap- V" parently very close to Saturn. .. TU !. !ii au tut cje mej win appear as a '' jj bright double star, the distance Between tlie two being only 21 minutes of an arc, or about 3 the apparent width of the moon. "One important point for the public in connection with this very interesting phenomonon is that buth planets will be very conspicious. They will be the brightest object, with the exception of the moon, in that nart of the sky. and no one can fail to see them." The conjunction took place at 10 o'clock as noted and was witnessed by students astronomy all over the world. Several astronomy parties in Marion observed the event. q f V. 2-- nt - tr.nun , Bites of poisonous insects that cauie the flesh to swell up must be treated with a healincr antiseptic that will counteract the poison and heal the wound. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT answers every requirement in such cases. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by J. H. Orme. A m SNOW LINIMENT ONLY $18997.00 of Goebel Fund Used Ui' Balance Retained to State I Ky., Aug. of the Goebel reward fund today returned back to the state $1,003 of the fund placed in their hands to run down tne murderers of Goebel. Of the original authorized fund of $100,000 onlv $20,000 was placed in the hands of the commissioners, $5,000 of which was paid to two Louisville detectives. The money was returned today on the advice of Attorney Breat- Frankfort, hitt. HER-BIN- E. Asa-mah-Yam- a, t TBF DROP Hoxin the throat of ft ss a nHL chicken destroys tie Wurml end savei ths chick's life. A few dtopi In tho drlnklne watet "pey" Plne-Tar-Hon- ey '! V JTv CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white dUtrbocc. roup, cholera aad oth nhlek dNeasei. w' 5 OneOcDoUlcof . U- tf;rrhoaIViiI& 4Hi. ry iyM .k.t.ktliV V p to bottle'a " .tvl iitv. t s tit l'&wtaV'AJ-lriia- For Internal and External . 4iiMk &&kAl4jw&!&a litQkidm Jal. . HawiMitfVHi TMaa4VsVVi " ft ftolHAir ' . V ...! S. Vt r'Ti-- ' i l '1 i :$' 3i-- & m. i iLiX1- fT ' v.-',,- ' XXZW&Srrfffi p 1 li . Democratic members who bolted Mr. Beckham were of the same stripe as were, in fact, livthe Courier-JournAtlas Peck haa received a new ing exponents of Its political teachalmanac from away off. The ings. They of all the Democrats In the Legislature exemplified exactly print, though, is so fine he has Courier-Journal'- s political attitude, On the Bradley Election and Res- the to get right down on the ground Beckham, and which was to defeat thereby further the liquor trade's in- - those who would accuse upon mere to read it. ignation Question. terests. That may have been bad poli- suspicion and condemn by innuendo tics, or bad taste, but it was not per have any knowledge of corruption In A public singing will be held LACKING se corrupt. Among those who bolted that election, they should state it, and IS EVIDENCE at the Dog Hill church Sunday Mr. Beckham were, besides the four produce the evidence; they should put Mr. Brad- up or shut up. If they have such evithat afterwards That portion of Judge E. C. O'Rear's ley, Mr. William supported of Lexing dence, if Mr. Bradley was guilty of night to raise money with which F. Klalr, opening speech at Elizabethtown which ton, and Mr. L. W. Arnett, of Coving- having obtained his election by brib- to build a jail at Bounding Bildealt with Senator Bradley s election ton. were both elected on the ing any member of the Legislature, or and with the question of his own resig- same They that had been nominated if the bribing was done by tho liquor lows. As we are all liable to ticket Appeals while nation from the Court of his title get into jail at some time or anwith Mr. Beckham, and were elected making the race for Governor on the as Democrats. They supported Mr. interests in his behalf, then would be tainted. other during the course of huRepublican ticket is as follows: I do not agree with Senators BradBeckham for Notwithstanding our platform was ed like the awhile, but finally bolt- ley and Paynter on their vote In the man events, this worthy cause others, and continued , adopted more than a month ago, and Lorlmer case. They are both able vote him, thereafter that its provisions were in the main the others. toAll of againstbolting as did lawyers, and I hao no doubt acted should be patronized liberally. memthese set forth in the announcement of my bers voted for about a month for some i upon their oaths and consciences In Raz Barlow was caught drink-ou- t candidacy four months ago, not ono Democrats than Mr. Beckham. voting for Lorimer to retain his seat. journal or speaker of the opposition other of of the cistern bucket at the them began by voting for Mr. I differ from them on tho law of that has assailed any one of those planks None Bradley. Somo voted for Mr. Ollle matter. If tho evidence shows am Dog Hill Church last Saturday. as unsound or undesirable, save the member voting for a United States county unit plank. True, certain gen- James, Mr. Henry Watterson, J. J. C was bribed to do so, and there Colonel R. Allen and The Hogwallow improvement tlemen aspiring to nomination on the Mayo,McCreary. John inferred from Sen- Senator evidence as to bribery as to I the Is other Democratic ticket took a fling at the ator Society has instructed Jefferson of that Senator proposed platform, but as they were course of these gentlemen, shifting others, then the title from that was tainted, although the one vote In their own party It would their votes purpose one to another, Beck-- I did not alone make his election possi- Potbcks to have his hair cut by defeated was to defeat seem that their criticisms were not their real ham, and that they were casting about ble, and he should have been expelled. next Saturday week. well received. enough could I bitterly oppose corruption in elecfor some one upon This silence of the Democratic press unite to accomplish whom result without tions, and am In favor of making it stranger passed A Gentlemen: Don't forget when you have cleaning the and speakers, including nominees, Is electing a Republican. There seems useless to the corruptors by depriving through Hogwallow yesterday significant. Especlaly is this true pressing or repairing to call L. E. YATES, satisfacthem of its fruits. I draw no distincthat when It Is viewed In the light of the i to be no doubt gone if those supporting tion in favor of party. All corruptlon-ist- s tacking up some soap advertiseBeckham had over to the lnsur-- I treatment by that press of our ticket. gents led by tion guaranteed. Busy Bee Block, 111 East Carlook alike to me. Mr. Klalr and Senator ment. Several of our leading You have observed that all their deIf my critics mean to hold that what McNutt, any Democrat whom the lat-- , nunciation has been directed at me lisle St., Phone 46, next door to Haynes & Taylor, virtuous or permissible citizens, including the postmaspersonally. The effort Is to destroy ter were supporting could have been would be aMr. McCreary would be a elected. After some weeks of futile course for ter, took exceptions to this sugthe public's confidence In me; to make i balloting, Mr. Bradley says he notified corrupt one for Mr. Bradley, then I in the Crittenden Record Press Building. It appear that I am untrustworthy and the insurgents that unless they voted dissent from their view. If the two, gestion, and ordered the man to insincere. I can not believe this Is ' acting precisely alike, are to be held because of any personal malevolent for him tho next day ho would resign to different standards of moral and po move on. his caucus nomination, thereby ab-feeling toward me; that I of all men solving The Mail carrier left the post-offic- e the Republican members from litlcal ethics, then It must be submitin the Republican party In Kentucky Is eithted to the people whether who have been nominated for this further supporting him, in which er logical or Just. The that point this morning bound for ed without getting any sweeter. are growing up as thin as razor-bac- k only high office am so woefully deficient in i eent he predicted enough Republicans would vote for Mr. Beckham to elect here, at Issue Is my sincerity. Is my Tickville with the weekly mail. The molasses will be allowed to character and so dangerous in tenden- him, In spite hogs, will not be worth of the Insurgent Demo-- ' sincerity to bo tested by a different cy The true reason appears to me to crats. Under this threat four of the standard from that applied to other By pushing on the lines he belie- remain on the mule and will be catching, the dry weather havbe that as our platform Is invulnerapeople? I right, and do ves he can make the run in a ble, Is an advanced presentation of seven Insurants voted for Mr Brad-- I I not restHave not the used as a fly catching device. The ing caused all the scales to peel under the duty, to employ live subjects in keeping with the pub- ley the next day, and he was thereby the commonly accepted standards of couple of days. flies will light on the mule and off of their backs. elected. Two of the other Insurgents, lic jod and the pomilar demand, It Is I was to the necessary, In order to destroy our Klalr and Arnett, continued to vote judging? of IfSenator mistaken as title, I A mule over which circumstan- then he will beat them to death Bradley's Mr. Beckham, but did not vote nature It will be only a matter of a chances of winning, that the ticket be against Bradley. was led into the mistake by the course ces had no control, ran away with his tail. for Mr In a speech delivered I made my candiscredited. And as short time before Luke Mathof the press, Legislature, grand Jury vass before the Republicans upon at Frankfort at a consolation banquet and party action of Democrats as with Miss Gondola Henstep this tendered him by his friends a few days The Depity Constable has re ewsla appears before the pulic these Identical policies, and was bestated. I was not Frankfort for Sap Spradlin has been cause of them overwhelmingly chosen later, Mr. Beckham declared that all , two or three weeks at before Senator morning. turned with the baseball that in a new checked shirt, provided seven of the Insurgents wre equally to head the ticket, my destruction trying to do the same thing for was knocked by Dock Hocks hin wife has enough leavings afguilty for his defeat, and that all sev- i Bradley's election, nor for two weeks would best insure the defeat of our I was Florida ticket. It Is therefore this bitter, per- en had voted against him nt the behest ;j after. vacation.thenI absent In personal several months. during the game on Musket ter making her dress. on a had no sonal, partisan attack is made upon of the liquor Interests. It Is true he knowledge of tho affair. My inferences Columbus Allsop reported to Ridge on the Fourth of July. me. My position as a member of the Intimated that some of them (perhaps ' were drawn from tho of Court of Arpeals for the past eleven all so, them) had been corrupted to which I have Just described.proceedings the Depity Constable last night He shows weariness after his SCHOOL TIME but did not state any fact showyears has given me great opportunity do As to my resignation: In this I am that someone had been knocking long trip. ing It to be so. I understand that the for serving the State well or bad. In Circuit Court, while the Leg- not being treated by that part of the on that, my learning as a lawyer was not Franklin was the floor of his home. The beWe still In session, charged Democratic press which is criticizing more important than my character as islature Washington Hocks says he Its Krand Jury to Investigate thoso me as it has treated Democrats. The knocks were very mysterious, a man. Vet none of these papers have thought that I was unfitted to serve charges of corruption, and that It did objection is made that I am holding and could not be explained, un- wishes people would get things another. on that jou in that high and important office. so, reporting which it could find no evi- one office andat running for courso of the usual less they were caused by hants. straight before they set into. to base an indict- Let us look This tardy assault now Indicates not dence upon only that it is without foundation In ment. The Judge of that court Is an such things, and be governed accord- Upon investigation, however, it talking about it. He made the ingly. Democratic truth, but Is Insincere, and rested official - of Integrity nnd the personal members There are four Appeals who of the Court of friendand appointee of Goernor was learned that the noise was announcement from the top of a upon a sinister purpose. alone CoBeckham. The Commonwealth's Attor- were elected while holding other ofllateral Issues must be introduced to made by one of the Allsop dogs rail fence the other day that he fices, carry out the plan of the opposition, ney is a man of great ability and In- mer none having resigned their foroffices before their election to the that was scratching fleas under expected to die in Hogwallow. and the public must be deceived bv tegrity. I felt assured they had done latter. They were Justly not critiSomebody repeated this to some-- 1 run duty. I assumed the Investithem so as to distract attention from tnoir the floor. for the true Iss'ies. Hence the interpola- gation was energetic and earnest. I cized while their course. Senator Paynone else, and the report was a member of the Court of tion of immaterial issues. I do not have net er heard anything to the con- ter, Business in this section is get- started that Wash was dying, j mean to imply that my own sincerity trary. Two j ears later another Legis- Appeals, having about five years of and uprightness as a man and as a lature was elected. Both branches of his term unexpired, became a candi- ting better since the heavy rains, Then the report traveled in. It did not offer date for U. S. Senator. He was nom- and both of our creeks are runpublic official are Immaterial, but that It were Democratic. every direction, and by the time i the efforts rForted to so far to estab- to further investigate tho alleged cor- inated and elected, and did not resign lish that fact are. Of these, the two ruption of Its predecessor. That it as Judge until about five months after ning night and day. it reached Musket Ridge it was He was not criticized most harped on bj the press are mv had tho rower to do so is not doubted. his election. party press, after the first burst for that. Mayor Head, of Louisville, A drove of crows lit on the told that he had tried to commit allusion to Senator Bradley's title and The New my failure to now resign my office as of disappointment following Governor and Judge Reed, of Paducah, the lat- fence by the Gimlet creek road suicide. Beckham's defeat, was silent on the ter a Circuit Judge and a gentleman Judge, pending the campaign. Of the first, I have this much to subject. Later the Democrats of Cov- of delicate sense of honor and unblem- yesterday and lined up to watch Columbus Alison has irrmrrtved Fay: My training and habit of mind ington nominated Mr. L. W. Arnett ished reputation, became candidates the mail carrier go by. Neither resigned, nor for State Senator and elected him. for Governor. are to presume every man Innocent the inside of his home by installof crime until at least there is some That was equivalent, I take it. to his was It suggested that they should. Mr. The Depity Constable, who ing a looking glass. He is tak- -' vindication by his party. This sum- Johnson, a member of Congress, besubstantial evidence to the contrary. That Is not only the course of law, mer the Democrats of the Second came a candlate for Governor. He did was appointed by the Hogwal- lng a course of medicine and but is the only decent way of treat- Railroad Commissioner's District have not resign. Mr. Ollle James, a member low Improvement Society to find will use the glass GOOD BOARD $2 A WEEK to watch himU. ment of the matter. It has become a nominated Mr. W. F. Klalr for Rail- of Congress, Is now nominated for ofS. Senator, and Is running for that the center of population of Hog- self to see if the medicine is docommon practice In this country to ac- road Commissioner on the same ticket He has not resigned, and no I took this to fice. cuse the highest public officials of the with Mr. McCreary. short-ha- nd wallow and vicinity, has located ing him any good. basest criminal purposes without any mean his vindication by his party of newspaper has suggested that he should. dethe Imputation of corruption. and the home of Columbus Allit at evidence and without any foudatlon I have noticed but two instances Among those voted for by some of Luke Mathewsla was arrested in fact. We need not stop now to infamily of fourteen sop, who has where quire why this Is so; it is enough that the Insurgent Democrats was Senator signed nominees for higher offices retoday for leaning too hard the ones they held when nom- children. it is a fact. Yet those of us who un- McCreary, then a Democratic United inated, against the postoffice dertake to make public and responsi- States Senator at Washington. Mr. vasses in order to prosecute their canfree from the imputation of The Old Miser, livin over in ble statements on the subject ought at McCreary, though called upon by On last Friday night Sim Flingreediness least be free from that national weak- party friends and some of tho party am noticing.Implied In the criticism I the deserted house on the creek, press to repudiate such votes (as Mr. One was Judge Robert ness. I begin, therefore, with the that this high official, repre- Ollle James did), failed to do so, there- Rlddell, who, while Circuit Judge, was has decided to move his money ders saw a star fall in the vicinsenting Kentucky In the Senate of the by leaving the Inference that he was nominated for Judge of the Court of to a better location. He is dig- ity of the Wild Onion school "United States, is as guiltless of crime willing to receive them, and others Appeals. He resigned. He was also BUSINESS COLLEGE in procuring his office as his distin- like them. Of tho four insurgents who defeated. The other was Judge Alton ging it up from the place where house, and has left for that guished colleague or any other mem- finally voted for Bradley, three of them B. Parker, of the Court of Appeals of he buried it under the tree by place in his wagon. He expects New York, nominated for President. ber. This presumption should stand were the first to vote for Senator McHe resigned as Judge, and was like- the road, and while he will not to return with it tonight. until there Is contrary evidence. That Creary when they began balloting he was elected by receiving the votes McNutt, Charlton and Lillard. Were wise defeated for President. The ma- divulge its new hiding place Raz One of the wheels ran off of Balloonist Drops Through Skylight of four Democratic members of the the men who voted for Mr. McCreary jority of precedent is not to resign. Kentucky Legislature, In addition to corrupted to do so? I have not thought It also appears to be unlucky. Besides Barlow has seen him covering up Tobe Moseley's wagon while he all the Republican members. Is well 30. On the contrary, my deduction has the criticism in this Instance does nor something at the straw pile at Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 19. was coming down Musket Ridge known. There has been no suggestion been that they were animated by the strike me as being sincere. My distinguished holds Charles Bennett, a young balthat the support of any one of the Re- sole purpose to defeat Beckham. Was of power opponent also perhaps an office Musket Ridge. This will be a yesterday. It rolled on ahead and dignity, of some publican members was procured by It a worse crime morally for them to and a safe and when he got home it was loonist of Newark, fell more than profit also at times, which he Is neith- splendid location, corruption. It is only as to the Dem- bolt and vote for McCreary than to er nor expected to 5,000 feet with his parachute ocratic votes that this accusation is bolt and vote for Bradley? Certainly, Thisrequested will terminate my resign. place, provided no one finds it leaning against the stable. election career now hinted at. I have no knowledge iccordlng to political ethics it was a out. this evening and crashed through whatever that any of them was cor- less offense for Bradley to receive as a Judge of the Court of Appeals of Poke Eazley, who has been the skylight of the Malborough such votes than It was for Mr. Mc- Kentucky. You need have no fear of rupted, nor have I ever heard of an Slim Pickens has again decid- following the shade around the lota of evidence to sustain the Intima- Creary to have received them. As tho that. The only questlem Is who should hotel here. Guests of the hotel. appoint my successor until the people ed to leave Hogwallow forever, tion. On the contrary, I had supposed latter did not feel called upon to repostoffice for several weeks, has nanic-stricke- n for a brief mom that those members who voted for Mr. pudiate them, the former was not. can elect one. Tho court will not con- after having returned from Tickbeen badly upset for the past ent, picked the man up and Bradley did so in order to defeat Mr. Mr. McCreary's silence then and ever vene again until the latter part of tried September. Beckham, and that they finally voted since on this subject allows the Infer- docket. My It Is now up with its ville after a short stay, with the few days on account of the absence for five or six ence that he did not regard the bolt vainly to revive him. He was for Mr. Bradley for that purpose alone. announcement that this place cloudy weather. It will be remembered that Mr. Beck- as having been purchased or other- weeks will not Interfere with the pub-He- 's sent to a hospital where he was business before the court. The was good enough for him. He wise corrunted. To sura the matter ham and Mr. McCreary had Just made only Imposition Involved will be that up: The Courier-Journafish in the creeks are need- found to have a fractured skull The a race In the Democratic primary for go to the and recognized leader of the of a'llttle more labor for that time on is now preparing to the nomination for United States SenIt and numerous other injuries. He my colleagues, who, I am happy to be- Calf Ribs community, where he ing rain very bad at present ator. Beckham pitched his campaign Democratic party In Kentucky, openly on the question of putting the liquor advocated the bolt against Beckham. lieve, would not In the least begrudge has accepted a lucrative position has not rained in so long every can hardly live. trade out of politics in Kentucky. He Messrs. Klalr and Arnett participated me that usual and simple courtesy. In the allusions I have made to my with a sorghum mill, stopping time the fish hear it thunder had, as Governor, advocated a county In it to the last; they were held by Pine-Tar-Hon- ey no criticism Mr. Beckham to be equally guilty with distinguished opponent, unit law, and had procured a partial up rat holes in the sorghum bar- they gather under the Gimlet one to be passed. He had deeply of- 'he others; the liquor interests were is intended. His long public career Is For Coughs and Colds. creek bridge. The young fish all Kentucklans, and I rels before they are filled. This fended the liquor interests In Ken- bitterly fighting Beckham's election familiar tonothing to would disparage whattucky by that fact, and had Incurred out of revenge not because his elec- ever say is a very important position, as their bitter enmity. They opposed tion to the United States Senate could tract merit he has displayed, or to dehim solidly, with their money and materially affect their business in man. from his standing as a party the molasses would run out were I have votes, supporting McCreary. But Kentucky; many Democrats. Including the conditions intended only to state not the holes stopped. which have prevailed in Mr. McCreary, were voted for persistBeckham was declared the nominee The liquor interests, true to their "o1-le- ently by the Insurgents for weeks in Kentucky for some years past, of a poMiss Fruzzie Allsop has sent aspect. During these debates of accepting nothing as settled the solo effort to defeat Beckham. The litical more much will necessarllv be said Yam Sims word to the effect that that was not settled their way, kept Legislature of 1910 failed to investi- as Illustrating these conditions. I corruption of the up the fight In the Legislature. Their gate the she believes his case of big head for chief organ then, as now, the Courier-Journal- , Insurgents; the grand Jury of Frank- stand Whatchanging them for the better. editorially advised the Demo- lin County Judicially exonerated them: determined he stands for can best be has gradually gone down, and at his own utterances cratic members to bolt Mr. Beckham's the Democrats of Covington have bv and conduct. from purpose pitching the present has settled in his feet. nomination; counseled his dofeat as a their action placed their seal of ap- campalrn. so I as I am concerned, far proval on the bolt and on Its supposed fitting punishment for his A mule being rode by Miss grounds. You shall be party perfidy in abandoning the liquor motive (the retirement of Beckham): on the highest as tola the truth to pertinent facts af- Fruzzie Allsop wallowed in a I so have the Democrats of the Second fecting people during his administration. the was Railroad Commissioner's District, com- ing employedsituation, and the reason puddle of molasses over at the supposed that the Courier-Journa- l will be such, I trust, as of the State. No fact by no worse motive than re- prising one-thir-d actuated will appeal venge upon an adversary whom it jas ever yet been stated to the pub-i- c Intelligence to the high standards of sorghum mill on Gimlet creek and patriotism. which would be accepted in any could not defeat nor control in the Tuesday evening, but she escap- - O'REAR MAKES party. I did not suspect it was corrupted by having been bribed. Those STATEMENT tribunal as evidence, showing or tending to show that Bradley or anybody else bribed any vote for him. In view of these facts, was I not warranted in stating that there is no taint on this r man's title as a Senator from Ken tucky? By taint It Is understood tho use of corrupt means, such as bribery, In obtaining his title. Now I want to go one step further and say that if HOGWALLOW NEWS. SIOEZIOl s S fiie & team Press g in . I te-tot- al jj - I o 1 I ! announce the ginning of our 18th annual fall term September 5th. teachers. Position for graduates. Preparatory, business Write just completed. Fine equipment. Expert trm. building college partments. for descriptive literature Evansville, Ind. l, Or. Bell's Go To y d M. E. F0HS For School Supplies, Tablets, Pencils, Etc. Drinking Cups and Mugs &vw2l':?w&L'5'fe ,M ,& fvk?i gw'i n Wr. -- l i .:., 4 i says that such and such an Interest contributed to "our" campaign fund, and must be dealt lightly with, tue argument Is effective upon ninny mem- hnM Tho "Internal" frnta Ito nrntpr. tlon. It pays In party contrlbut ons There Is no other earthly reason why they contribute to campaign ftinils it is ior immunity, Aim iney must generally get what they pay for, or they Only very would have quit paying. rich concerns could stand such ex- pense. They of course expect to ana get their money back off the peo- pie wnose representatives tney nave led to betray their trusts. Thus It has been that the great Interests have grown so enormously In this country. They are Democrats where the Lgls- lature Is Democratic and Republicans where It Is Republican. " 'i are known as lobby r3 Tli y are and partisan, ui They are always genial klnd'y. cour teous and corrupt. They are cunning and quiet, ihey hate no pe. and Ilr--it. anu uie cuxmiBion ui jmuMi- Their ways nre furtive, their Influence sinister, their power corroding. If these gentry should be curtailed In their activities two results may be expected one. the campaign fund fo dear and so necessary to the maintenance pf a party machine, Is cut o!T; and the other, the people'3 representatives In the Legislature would be by the Influence of that body In enacting laws. My notion Is to abolish the professional lobby. They bring disgrace sooner or later as witness Ohio and Illinois; they bring Ini!r-?t.1! fiiFi-sitJI It 'i liquor Interests, partlcu'rr'y the brewers, have prevented It Thv have pre vAntpd It do. It c'l'S not have even the flimsy excuse that the people did not want It. They tl'd, and do yet. No other lecal u'icb tlcn has provoked ns much dlseurr on ' !) or as pronounced and unaiil 3 FM1 Mi" He sentiment In Kentucky popular will and the constltut'on How and why? The defied. -ct. This It has refused to the people's Legislature? In this there Is no ground for compromise, no place . for temporizing. . i Ii:iv-bee- evitably corruption: they retard public business: they defile our statutes. When you smash the lobby you will have swatted the mother of party machines. - -- The business of the professional lobbyist Is to either procure legislation which his employer wants enough to pay well for It. or to defeat general legislation In behalf of the public when It tends to curtail his lawless operations. The lobbyist works for hire works always againBt the public, ami always for Interests conspiring to be adopted except by an nmendment filch the public. His concern is only In to the constitution. Everybody knows his pay. Dut his employer's concern that no such amendment is proposed Nor Is It the Issue whether a man Is much larger. Hence he and his em ployer fight together against any one should be allowed to drink If he or any party proposing to put them wants to. It Is not nt Issue whether sobrletv on the same footing with the rest of the public. To be sure they do not or total abstlnencp shall be forced on maintain that a professional lobbyist "people as a legal Instead of moral Is a good thing; they do not care to status. discuss that Issue. They prefer that ' The whole Issue Is whether the con-i- t be not discussed. No more do they stltutlon shall prevail on thlB subject desire the merltB and demerits of their Whether as to the retail liquor business methods discussed, ness the constitution shall be a dead But they know these matters will be letter. discussed unless public attention Is Whether prohibition Is wise or undistracted by something else. Hence wise ns a policy, whether partial or they, and all who serve them and all total prohibition should prevail, are whom In turn they serve politically, utterly beside the qupstlon. For howunite In a clamor to drown discussions ever one may think ns to those thin"' of the main Issue. False Issues must the question still comes bnck. What be raised Instead. The people must shall be done with the constitution? be fooled and enough additional Is It tolerable that nny Interest mav bought Co outnumber those who listen have the constitution nullified ns to It think and act according to clear judg- because the constitution Is not thouch' ment. You need not be surprised to be wise? If so then the Internes therefore In this campaign to hear me which are raonnnollps could mnln'ali most bitterly arraigned for all kinds of that Section 11S of the constitution Imaginary or trumped-uthings. Per- against monopolies be ignored for their Indeed, whenever tt Is consonal abuse Is an weapon benefit. that has done much service In the past ceded that any exact, mandatory proIn obscuring real Issues. In the ab- vision of the constitution may be Igsence of an real matter for complaint, nored by any department or buslnps they will Invent, lie slander, and de- Interest, because It Is Impolitic, or othstroy. Do not think that the Interest erwise, the Constitution censes to hav which deliberately plans to plunder a a value as an Instrument of protection whole people would stop at any kind of for the people. So plain a proposition Injury to him who dares get In the need not be dlsrussed. It sterns way. It has already begun In deadly strange that anyone could bo found to earnest. You might look to see who seriously dispute It. It Is that speaks In behalf of these InThe liquor business Is now a lawful terests. They employ talent, where It business where allowed by law to exist Is for hire, always In preference to Its Interests aro therefore to be treated stupidity. They do not always pay In In Kentucky nnder the constitution money. Office Is both a good and valuIt Is not to be treated differable consideration In such transac- ently, only so far as the law recogtions. Then 1 making their attack nizes or creates the difference. The under tho name of a great political liquor business Is not a natural rlr'-l- t Is a created right so all the cour" party they can get for nothing the servdeclare. Tho doctrine Is universal. T ices of tho bigoted class of partisans Is the one business that Is regulated Including newspapers of that class small men blinded by party fury and by law under every' government In tb consumed by small hatreds. Such arp world. Its legal Btatus Is so wel' their methods, and It Is this fight settled In that respect that It Is even which Is now on In earnest before the accepted without further contest bv peojfc of Kentucky. the liquor people. It is also true that Shaft Liquor Interests or Constitution many people engaged In that business desire to conduct It strictly within the Prevail? law. If Is a pity they do not control There aro a number of such Interests tho business. So mnny In tho business back of this fight against our ticket refuse to live under the law, defy It. in Kentucky this year. I will from break It, and corrupt Its enactment. time to time speak of them and their thnt the whnin hnsinpss n it wow is methods In detail. Today I will men- treated In tho public mind as being tlon ono only. That Is the liquor Inter- - guilty of these Infractions. In simp1 est. Its concern Is great. It Is one of justice to tho members the oldest, boldest and most successful this statement Is made. The Innocent trusts or rather, two trusts In the members of the business are thus The public has not concerned jected to a double danger; of being Itself much with the commercial fea- - subjected to harsher regulation of those trusts, because It was cause of tho rebelliousness of their concerned much whether tho price i0ws; or, having their business out-o- f drinks was high or low. The con jawed as the only means of curbing the dltion Is wholly unlike that presented lawlessness of the majority In it. manufacturers of other commodl- fltead of fighting society, they might ties. Hence the whisky trust and the better fight tho lawless element In beer trust have gone along unmolested their own calling. But tho menace of and uninvestigated In so far as they that lawless element Is so Imminent are simply trusts. The public has ami reai that society must protect more with the question of regu- - seif. in this State we are committed latlng the retail business, ns a matter to regulation not extermination, of policing, rather than with Its com- - Regulation Includes, under the l feature. Among the expedl- - tutlon, tho right to deny the privilege tuts resorted to by the public is that in given communities. Tho people of prohibiting the sale by retail at nil "have deliberately reserved to them-Icertain localities, as In sparsely- selves tho right to aay In what rural Communities, in the 'mrnilHM ia ATtiwnA or mortified rpeii. neighborhood of churches, schools, etc. 'latlons shall apply. Tho fight against Kentucky undertook In the beginning the people and the constitution has as of the discussion to regulate, not only sumed the position by the liquor Interwhere and how, but whether liquors ests of not only defying the constitushould be sold by retail In particular tion, hut of corrupting the politics of sections. In 1891 the people adopted a the State in order that the defiance new constitution. Among its subjects may be effective. Not only Is the was that of the retail liquor traffic. It majesty of the law flaunted, but the provides that each county, city. town, very means of government are deprecinct and taxing district shall have bauched this Interest may flourish ihe right to legislate for Itself unon In splto thattho right or lawful reguof toe subject whether such sales shall lation. The condition Is Intolerable. he. allowed within those units. The The means are unbearable. The exertwunty Is named as ono of tho units. ed power of tho liquor business In poliThe Legislature Is required by the con- tics threatens to overthrow the Stato stitution to provide by .law for taking government not by arms, it is true; the sense of the voters of each of the but, worso, by corruption. A subunits. ThiCtigislature has failed and jugated people may regain liberty; a refused for twenty years to carry that corrupted people nre hopeless. provision Into effect as to counties havWe, as a party, are pledged to the ing a town larger than the fifth clacs. redemption of the constitution on this no as to make it tno controlling unit aubject. Henco wo are being fought by in prohibiting tho sale of liquor. The tho lienor huslness and hv tholr snon constitution, made for the people nnd ,ors and advocates, with all the bitter- adopted by them as their protection ness, Intolerance and venality of a bad against even the Legislature, and all cause driven to desperation. manner of oppression, provides a kind Our position is this, and this aloneof Initiative and referendum on the Shall the constitution prevail? Shall ubject of liquor truffle Itwiw left to the corrupting lobby maintained by the ithe- Legislature ,to .provide details brewers and certain whiskey interests. w , be compelled to take, its dirty hands off n'aaljr, , of, cwrywg tbt W0m& i p tlcularly. bv which tl.c !i"v trolled the Legislature Thv - as 'v BeBse,i (n every Strif ar ' '" ,,' campagn for "political "purie.--rid thev Dav tn remrn the'- p ' '.1 Th-itv an nealnst the const'tutlrn prefer to contribute to the e'ertlon of State Senators (there are fewer of an1. them), then of lastly to the State executive o! "or? The. are determined at whatever er that that Bection of the crnitltrtlon of VpnUinUr rSertlon fin phall not carried Into effect bv legislation In In spite of campaign after campa' which that Issue has been prostnlcu In electing Legislatures, and In spite of emphatic majorities pledged to 'te county unit and the constitution hn Legislature haB not acted. The llqvoi o the Interests have dfeatrd It shame of Kentucky have controlled the Legislature for twenty years, and that against the constitution and th" people. A power such as that Is dangerous. Well may politicians tremble at Its menace, and certain big newspapers dance to Its nu"do. A power that la to be feared 13 a Vwer also to be courted by those who fear It more than they dare It. Let us clear away first some confusing and misleading statements of those who are today openly fighting tlv battles of the liquor Interests In this They charge that State-vidcampaign. prohibition Is the Issue. That Is not true. It Is not even proposed by our party as an Issue, and could not rrn "- maybej politics lv nipniiR rf t'.iplr m'vltv In In boMi Jiartir-dIn Kentucky In tno Democratic partv paro - . the bellwether of the whole flock of professional lobbyists at Frankfort. It meddles In all sorts of legislation. It dominates the committee on "morals religion," as well as the other Imand portant committees In the legislative bodies. It and Its allies have thwarted all manner of legislation; they use their power of blocking legislation to trade for votes on their special subjects. They are the most blatant and dangerous enemies of the State, and yet they are In ontrol of the leglsla-- ! tlon of the State. Constitution and Liquor Question. You will have observed that I have apparently assumed In this discussion The liquor lobby Is largest concern what interest selects and dominates those men. The concern Is more than ethical. It involves more than pride, and decency In It involves your tax rate; it In volves the efficiency and sufficiency of your school system; It involve the State's power and resources to grow In material development. It involves whether we shall stand still as a people, or go forward In Industrial progpoll-tic- s. I 1 '11- v j I Repres-ntatlv- cs 1) e Counterfeits, Imitations and " but that the constitution requires that tho Experiments that tiillo with and endanger the health of county shall at some time be the conInfants and Children Experience ngalnst Experiment. trolling unit In voting out the sale of liquor by retail. It would not be fair debate to make any such assumption If It were really an open question. I I do not think it Is open. However, certain learned newspaper men have Castoria is a harmless (substitute for Castor Oil, Paretaken the opposite position They goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. is Pleasant. deny that such is the meaning of the contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nnrcotic constitution. Certain lawyers contributing to their columns sustain their substance. Its ago is its guarantee. destroys Wornin views by expert opinions on the subnnd allays Foverishucss. cures Diarrhoea and Wind ject. They assert, and will (I take It) Colic. relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation .mu.uia io uiHiiiiuin mat section t.i oi and Flatulency. assimilates the Food, regulates tho tho constitution means that the preStomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. cinct must be the controlling unit. whichever way it nay v,-- 0 on the ques- Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. tlon. These pap' is have gone so far i,n it. Vni ntii..-...i- o. r ns to Impute to me dlshr ,o3ty In as- u ruineiliu' nature Is Impossible. Many suming the .Mtitr.de I have taken In important provisions of your constistating the meaning of tho coiiSiltu-tlon- . tution have lain dormnnt for these They say my declaration Is twenty years because of his presence Bears tho Signature of fraudulent, and the construction false. and pernicious Influence. Entrenched I will not bandy epithets. They are In power, accustomed to Its nel";cr evidence nor argument. Con- sway, backtd by unlimited successfula mentis, or ling to my adversaries even honesty political strategist and a public enemy, of purpose and a desire to state the he will fight bitterly every effort to disquestion in Its true aspect, I must lodge him. His utility to party bosses nevertheless mnlntaln my declared is so essential that they will be his construction of the constitution a con- allies In the light. They know full well struction which has also been charac- that party platforms, public speeches terized as dogmatic. My. own opinion, of candidates, even party and personal in view of my interest In my own can- pledges, are Impotent if they can maindidacy, might be taken by the public tain their position of vantage. Clean In with allowance, however good my op- legislation can not flow from a polTMr CCNI1UK COMPANY. JT MURRAY TKtlT, 1tW VOR OtT. portunity for having formed an ac- luted source. Remove the pollution curate opinion on the subject. The from the fountains of political power, 1 construction which 1 assert to be the and all other reforms are possible. correct one Is, It Is true, my opinion But not otherwise. as a man and a lawyer. It is shared, Whether Kentucky will undertake I know, by many others more capable business, which is whittlin' out that kind of cleaning up Is tho ques- and everybody went home as constitutional lawyers. Still, that tion. Whether you will follow the in front of the general store. would leave the question tin open ono Course of New Jersey and California for discussion. If that were all. Tho ridden by political losses and made to William Timmitts has put a opinion shall from time to time bo ervo powerful monopolistic Interests MUX ICO more fully elaborated In these debates, new burglar-proo- f screen over or whether you will allow a continuso that the public may have the am- ance of those conditions, Is the suhis cheese case, and about twenty-plest opportunity for weighing It on its preme matter. today I vo no further merits. But or thirty of our astute This campaign is to unfold that pro five We have been visited by a good rain than tn say that tho vonstructlon for gram, near not alone one side nor politicians will have to eat at the which we are very thankful for. wnicn i contend is tne construction j one speech. Hear all. Then decld i for placed on the section by the Court of Kentucky's honor, and p.ogress. restaurant in the future. Sunday was our meeting day. Bro appeals of Kentucky ine supre ne Grandpa Bibbins, who is 96 Eaton was here filling the place of judicial tribunal of this State. that MEDITATION. tribunal to which ra confided by the years old, says he expects to live Bro. Henry, our pastor, who is very constitution and la's of the State the sick at his home in Marion. One beautiful twilight eve just after long enough to see Bryan elected ; final, conclufivo dctislon of stuii ques-'timAunt Beckv Holoman is not expected Tin decision' was given in a the gold-etuti had sank to rest in tfce President We don't feel like crse in a number of cases, In fact farnwHj west, I sat nnd ga;d on tSie calling an old man like Grandpa j con(!iton nml aM. li which the quistlon was squarely placid wafers of the La Ftell. and necessarily Presented T"r a nar, out we don't mma saying 'iho&ui'i. mgnt air scembu to Mary Thomas, of Marion, is at the and w'hlch the Court was bound to settle. It was settled after and sigh in a tree near by, and occa- that he can stretch the truth bedside of her sister, Becky Holoman. elaborate argument before the Court sionally I could hear the dip of a boat- about as fur as any feller withT)y able lawyers, who hid carefully nnd Mrs. Lillie Boswell, of Domascy, fully studied It. and who presented man's oar .perhaps some tired fisher- out breaking it. Let us hope he Ark., is visiting her parents, Mr. and every ono of the arguments against man going ever his lines for the last lives long enough to pay his Mrs. John Myers. the conclusion reached which our ad- "time, ere he rowed home to 'reet versaries are now presenting. Tho hearts true love at their humble door. back subscription to the Clarion Mrs. J. O. Tabor, of Marion, was court was composed of seven members, As 1 sat and watch this teautiful river There was quite an accident visiting in Mexico Saturday and Sun-doone of whom at least was a member of ' the convention which framed the con- drifting, silently drifting on, I thought at the general store the other stitution. The opinion appears as the of the countless thoustnds who hnd day. Hod Peters dropped a Several attended the camp meeting; unanimous judgment of the court If drifted to the groat beyond, and then there Is now a dispute ns to what that as 1 thought of the lovod ones, who lighted cigar stub in a box of at Piney, Sunday. provision of tho constitution means, to Our school commenced here Aug. 7th what source must the public look for are still drifting, silently drifting. celluloid collars and a whole dozenlightenment? To Interested parties? On every star that appoarod in thft en of 'em was destroyed before with W. 0. Wicker as teacher. To politicians having a race at stake? soft blue sky seemed to be golden To newspapers seeking a political crowns of white robed angels bringing; wide Awake Hose Company arOur protracted meeting begins the Issue, or serving the objecting liquor rived on the scene. second Sunday in October. messapree from loved ones who had trade? Or to that court which you Elsie Wicker, of Texas, came in on have established for the settlement for drifted on but then I hear sweet voiced Elihu Bibbins had the misforyou of Just such controversies? I will amgels einging, yes, we shall know tune to sprain his wrist while a visit Saturday. All Just-as-good"aro : , uur party Is not fighting the liquor business as a business. We are fighting Us methods in politics. We are proposing to put it out of politics We are proposing this because It debauches politics; because It corrupts politicians; because It perverts legislation, because it is destroying popular government In this State. To be sure, this is not the only question Involved In this campaign. A number of others, equally Important, aie presented by our platform of poll-i- t s i he will each be discussed In order hereafter, each making a sen-...- . v tiKin lou will be readily able to summarize them all in one sentence, as containing one significant, elemental principle, which Is, the enlargement of the people's power in their government. At the very threshold of any policy for improving conditions in the State is the prime cause for those conditions the corruptionist in politics. Unless he can 'be removed from his position 0f advantage all our other efforts will ress. Tho Kind You Hare Always Bought, nud which has been in use lor over 30 years, has boruo tho signature of nnd lias been made under his per-7- V y- aonal supervision since Its infancy. &4 What is CASTOR A It It It It It It GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 2L&tfffl&&K Use For Over The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 Years. J.'TZrrIjliaHLHHHHHHHLlHHHLHHBH-- I a. detfr-rr.'Tiatio- n, li'-ie- r y. - law-abidin- g sub-countr- be-tur- fel-n- In-b- y - constl-mercla- n - corn-settle- d - -- '! lible, even In their construction ot laws; nor that thereafter the public rolled mountain high and my bark is may not refuse to accept their opinions wak and frail I shall never fail for as conclusive when further legislation csy flaviour is my stay and H always is proposed. But I do maintain that leads tho way. And then our lives so long as the opinion of the court stands, It is the law of the land, and Is eoemed misrowed on the bosom of the sufficient justification for any man's eea. As I thought of the tempestand assumption that tint construction of the wild raging deep, the place where the constitution is the correct and the witwa never sleep. legal construction. If the political And then I wrote: representatives of tho Democratic We're on life's boat far out at sea party tissembled to write a platform for this campaign. Inspired by certain With ocr sails all unfurled powerful newspapers, desire to attack We're swiftly passing through this tho court's construction or the constiworld, tution; If they dare appeal from tho Court of Appeals to party voters, put- Although the tempest around us boat, ting the question of party expediency Our rest will be so sweet, first, that Is their privilege, to be When we meet at Jesus' feet sure. In that event, I will 'feel called With our Saviour at our side upon, and will undertake, to defend There we shall evermore abide. the court's construction as tho legal Contributor. construction, as the logical construction, and as tho best policy for the State to adopt, even If the constitution were silent on that point. But tho Attack Like Tigers. liquor interests will not abide the dequestion adversely to cision of the In fighting to keep the blood pure themselves, no matter who decides It. the white corpuscles attack disease If the Legislature so declares the law, it is attacked as unconstitutional. If germs like tigers. But often germs the courts sustain the legislation, tho multiply so fapt the little fighters are courts aro denounced nnd the members overcome. Then see pimples, boils, maligned. If the executive officers undertake 'to enforce tho laws thus en- eczema, salt rheum and sores multiply, acted and construed, these Interests strenght and appetite fail. This condefy the officers, violate the law, and dition demands Electrict Bitters to seek to dobauch Justice. Then they regulate stomach, liver and kidneys assert that tho law Is im- and to expel poisons from the blood. politic becnuso it can not he. enforced. Then they attempt to appeal from the "They are the beet blood purifier," Legislature, from tho constitution, and writes C. T. Budahn. of Tracy, Calif., from the courts, by packing political "I have ever found." The make rich, committees, manipulating conventions, red blood, strong nerver and build up and finally by corruption, by a hired press, by tho boycott, to elect a body your health. Try them. CO cents at of magistrates who will enact and con- J. H. Orme's and Haynes & Taylor's. strue the laws ns they demand. It is this Interest, reckless of means and Indifferent of nil save Its own ascendFrom the Hickoryville Clarion. ancy, which has controlled the politics nnd legislation of Kentucky for more Somebody must be dead in than a quarter of a century, and which Is now proposing to continue that dom- Lem Higgins' family. He is ination, which is leading as well as pants at half mast at backing the fight against our ticket. wearin' his It may not matter so much to tho peo-pl- o this writing. of Kentucky, r.sldo from the means of selection, whether a set of men cal There was a fire three weeks lng themseives Democrats, or another ago last Thursday at Anse Jud-son- 's set calling themselves Republicans, be in possession for a term of tho State house but it was put out ofSces. But it is a. question, .of the not malntnin that the courts are Infal- ?r.eh other there. Although the wnv-- s pitching quates back of the post-offiey last Tuesday and has been Or. Bell's unable to attend to his regular For Coughs and Colds. ce Pine-Tar-Hon- VI s I. ft Vanderbilt Training School for Boys, Elkton, Ky. select school for boys, Faculty of college-traine- d men. Our patronage has come from several Southern states. Electric lights, Steam heat, Hot and cold baths. Extremely healthful location $4000.00 spent on improvements last year. NO SALOON A limited, i!i catalogue. Address all communications to Maiheney & Batts.Q jj . . " EXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS., Nineteenth year of school opens Sept. 6,1911. Write for ' surroundings excellent. IN TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral UN- L- &si- ,. fil t..i i.aa l7V'8B,'lJto,TO fU TWltfRvTT &v ifc TRADEWATEIt ' A shower would be appreciated. N. J. Mullinox was in the Fairviow neighborhood a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metz and little son, James Edward, of Mattoon, were guests of F. W. Moore and wife Wednesday. Mr. Metz left the l"th for St. Louis, where he will make his future home. Bob Brantley and wife, of Webster county, passed through our section Thursday. Mrs. Martha Moore, of Repton, is visiting her sons, J. C. and F. W. Moore, last week. Bert Little and Miss Brantley, of Webster county, passed through here enroute to Repton Thursday. T. B. Bennett, of Harrisburg, 111., is visiting J. 0. Moore and friends here this week. Tobacco i3 about all topped. There is going to be a good crop of corn made in this section this week. Mrs. A. R. Binkley, of View, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. N. J. Mullinox, and family for the past two weeks, left Saturday for Henderson county, where she will visit Dave Henson and family. the Illinois conference several years ago and is now stationed at Cartersville, Mo. Bro. Haynes is having success where ever he goes. He is now recognized as one of the great preachers. Bro. Johnnie has endeared .him self to all who have met him and his sermons during the two weeks meeting have been so forceful that much conviction has come to the people that heard him and has also resulted in the salvation of eleven persons. The church received three additions to the church with the prospect of more to follow. The singing was led by Bro. Ulie Threlkeld of Crane, Ky., The singing was of the To the Members of Stemming District Tobacco Association Ernest Williams, of Repton, was in our midst Friday. Clark Quartermouse and family went to Blackford Wednesday. Miss Mary Wilson, of Repton, is iting friends in our neighborhood. vis- You are hereby called to meet at your regular voting places Saturday, Aug. .26th, at 2 o'clock for the purpose of taking a vote as to whether the 1911 Stemming District Tobacco pool shall stand or fall. I will try to furnish each Magisterial committeeman with an estimate of what part of crop has been pooled with the Association, before that date in the five counties. It is left with you whether the Association continues to do business at the old stand or whether it shall find a resting place with the Granger, very best, as Chapel Hill con- the Alliance and the Wheelers of sists of Hills, Clements and not old, and I urge all members to you know Inclements other names that go out and vote, where to go. The place where might be mentioned that are valDisuable as singers. I also would they always hold Stemming not forget Miss Ruth Thompson trict Elections. T. M. Dean. County Chrm. the Daughter of our much esteemed A. J. T. who is the pastor of this church and has been A Clean Salve for 2S years, it was my pleasure Is desirable. Dr. Bell's Antiseptic to attend and would not over Salve is a creamy snow white ointlook her, by any means. ment and guaranteed for all skin disP. S. Also Miss Ruth Haynes eases, such as eczema, salt rheum, A who is a daughter of Bro. J. G. chaps, etc. 25 cents Haynes was with him in the meeting and rendered valuable Main Street Presbyterian Church. R. M. F. service. Aug. 27th. School-Superinten- Coal & Coke Co., of Louisville, with Mr&. Dan Riley is in very poor which he has been connected fc'nce Silas Manus and family were the health. She is under care of Dr. leaving this city. Evansvillu Coutier. guests of Joe Belle Sunday. Cook, of Crayne. W. D. Cannan, J. F. Dodge and J. P. Pierce, delegates from the First people in this community met at The Baptist church, left Tuesday to attho new church last Wednesday and DENTIST tend the Baptist association, which cleaned of! the church yard ground which added much to the appearance. Dr. H. B. Wolfe will be at convenes this week with Mint Spring, SEVEN SPltlNGS urday with a load of wheat. Mrs. Artimisa Fuller visited her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Travis, at this place last week. Bill McClure and wife, of Pinkney-vill- e, Tolu, Ky., Thursday, Aug., 24, th and will practice dentistry at that Hon. Albert Butler, of Livirgoton county, was in the city Tuesday the place for several days. guest of his son, Ernest. He is bdng-urgeEvery ne should have their to enter the race for Represen- church near Smithland, Ky, were guests of Mathew Henry's family Thursday. Your correspondent was out in the Caldwell Spring section last week in the interest of the church at Seven Springs and those who contributed to us their names are as follows: Nape Lindsey, G W. Jones, Mrs. Kizzie Oliver, Mrs. Rose Mayes, Ed Young, Mrs. Laura Campbell. Bill McClure, teeth examined while they have tative and may a good opportunity. Hon. A. C. LOCAL AND PERSONAL do so. Moore is at tending-court at Dixon, Ky., and is employed by tho Commonwealth in the prosecution of Thomas Thompson, who is charged with murdering his father. Rev. Jas. F. Price has been The Evansville Courier has a Dixon telegram as follows: assisting Rev. J. T. Neal in a "Attorney Allie Moore, of Marion, meeting at Mt. Lebanon near Ky., unexpectedly appeared as one of Bowling Green. It rained so the state's counsel today. He is asmuch that it reduced the con- sisting Lawyer Dixon and County At- of Pinkneyville. F. W. Moore was in Blackford nesday. Wed- When you f eel Srr'voTs; tired, worried or despondent it sure sign you need MOTT'S NERVE RINE PILLS. They renew the norUnited States district court mal vigor and make life worth living. NERVE-RINclerk, Walter A. Blackburn and Be sure and ask for MOTT'S PILLS. Price $1.00 by drug- family returned from Margists. Williams M'f'g. Co., Props., ion, Ky., this morning after a E Buy it now. Now is the time to buy a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrheea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. This remedy has no A is a superior. For sale by all dealers. Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by Orme, Marion, K J. H. visit Paducah Sun. m Miss Mamie Henry who has been at the Hazel Hurst sanitor-iuLILY DALE at Louisville is now with her sister, Mrs. Grant Bugg at We had a good rain Wednesday. Fredonia. The ears of corn are growing larger and the tobacco is spreading itself. Mrs. Ira Bennett and son Ivan Baird, of Wheatcroft, is of Fredonia arrived Tuesday to Miss Lena Cochran's New Home. visiting Misses Ina and Lucy Brown visit her father, Rev. J. S. Henry this week. who is reported as slightly imJ. N. Boston was the success Several from this neighborhood at- proved. ful bidder on Mayor Cochran's tended the camp meeting at Piney handsome new home, architects Sunday. Fretful babies need the comforting plans for which were in the hands Some of the farmers are spraying effect of McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. of the builders and contractors their tobacco this week. It quiets feverishnpss, corrects sour for several weeks, Hopkinsville Some of our neighbors have begin to stomach, cure3 colic pains and checks bidders were re think about the cola days that are diarrhoea. It is a perfectly safe and and Evansville s. is looking fine since the Tobacco rains set in. Quite a number from here are contemplating attending the Ohio River Association which meets with Mint Spring church. Blessed are ye when men shall revile you and shall persecute you and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely for my sake. Matt. 5:11. Rev. U. G. Hughes, of Marion, conducted prayer meeting at this place Wednesday nighf Come again Bro. Hughes, we are always glad to have you with us. Mrs. Matt Smith wai visiting Mrs. Nannie Patton at this place last week. 9:30 Sabbath We have prayer meeting at this W. E. Minner. place every Wednesday night. Every11: A. M. Gospel Sermon. body invited to come out and assist in Theme-'T- he Bible indestru this work. ctible." Misses Ada and Nina Campbell were 8: P. M. Preaching Service. guests of Misses Nellie and Miriam Subject-"- A Travi3, of Emmaus, last Sunday. right heart." Prayermeeting every Wednes Nape Lind3ey, Mr. Daughtrey, Wint day evening at o: r. M. A cor Brasher and Elder Griffith, all of Cald dial invitation to all the services well Springs, attended Sunday School here Sunday. The protracted meeting will com Every dollar spent with us enmence tne second Sunday in October title the purchaser to 100 votes at Seven Springs. on the AUTOMOBILE to be Misses Nellie and Miriam Travis, of given away by The Crittenden Emmaus, were visiting their sister, Record-PresMrs. Pollie Patton, at this place one day last week. Travis & James, Grocers. Miss Julia Patton returned home Thursday from a visit to her brother Bids Accepted For Tom dent: gregation and inter ered with the interest of the meeting. The spiritual life of the church was deepened and three made profession of faith. Mr. Price goes this week to Pilot Knob, Near Franklin, to begin a meeting. Every dollar spent with us entitles the purchaser to 100 votes on the AUTOMOBILE to be given away by The Crittenden Record-Press. torney C. Vf. Bennett. For the defense the attorneys aro Bourland & Hunt, Baker & Baker and D. H. Kinch-elo- e, the latter of Madisonville. .The court room was crowded today." Notice of Application For Pardon Notice is hereby given that Ernest Slaydon, who was convicted of Murder in the Crittenden Circuit Court, of Crittenden county, at the March term 1909, will ask the Governor for a par-po- n for said offence, and all who object will notify the Governor and state in writing any objection. This the 23rd day of August, 1911. Foster and Son, Livery, Transfer and Sale Stables Miss Louise Clement has returned from Morgan ff eld. D. H. King and son, Arthur, of ker, were here Tuesday on business. Ba- OCIE SLAYDON. Lost, Strayed or Stolen. My big yellow shepherd dog 'Bounce' Will appreciate any news from him. Every dollar spent with us entitles the purchaser to 100 votes on the AUTOMOBILE to be given away by The Crittenden Record-Press. WILLOUGHBY GUESS, 9 V It R. F. D. No. 5. They Arrived All Right. Misses Mary Willis Miller and Mildred Flournoy will leave today for MaYates Bros. rion to attend a house party given by Pianos and Organs. Miss Marion Clement. Tuesday's MorMiss Joyce Adams is the guest of ganfield Sun. Miss Lucile Pollard on lower Bellville street. at Caldwell Springs. The church at Seven Springs will be dedicated the second Sunday in Oct. Dr. Powell will preach the sermon. Everybody invited to come. There will be dinner on the ground for all. Tom Fuller and John Patton, of Mexico, were in thm section Sunday. CALDWELL SPRINGS coming, for they have already brought wholesome remedy ccntaining no op ium, morphine or injurious drug of any n their coal. kind. Price 2.'jc and 50cts., per bottle. Nevil Moore, of Marion, who has Sold by Jas. A. Orme, Marion, Ky. been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Anna Deboe, has returned home. Mr. Dorroh and family, of Cedar BlufT, are visiting John Rorer and family this week. George Stallions has his largo tobacco barn nearly completed. Allie Moore, of Marion, passed presented on the ground but Boston underbid them all. The figure is under stood to be aro und $5,000. which with the lots will represent an outlay of near Camp meeting i3 over and we are back at home, so we shall try to jot down a few items from our portion of old Crittenden. BELMONT. Wp have been having some very warm weather lately. $7,500 it is said. Every dollar spent with us en Health is very good here with the exception of a few chills. We had splendid rain Thursday which was very badly needed to complete our corn crop and to hurry up our lato throught this section last week driving his fine span of ponies. Herbert Ordway, who has been attending the Bowling Green University, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ordway. Mrs. Edol Thomason and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wash Deboe. The peach cutting at W. R. Brown's last Thursday night, was well attended. Success to the Editor. Internally n cures colic, flux, Dr. Bell's diarrhoea, cramps and all bowel complaints. Exteknalia': Cures sore breasts, corns, bunions, toothache, neuraliga, and all pains. Sold everyweere. It is A antiseptic. Anti-Pai- Quite a number from this place went titles the perchaser to 100 votes tobacco. to Marion Monday. on the AUTOMOBILE to be givDan Riley, Robert Gibbs and John en away by THE Crittenden Pilant finished threshing wheat Friday School is progressing nicely with it. They Record-Pres- s. after a six weeks' hitch Miss Grace Custard as teacher. had three machines engaged all of McConnell, Wiggins & Spees, Bert Tucker and wife, Luther which broke down and parts of two and wife were the guests of Barbers. other rigs were spliced and finished up L. A. Guess and family Saturday and the work. Sunday and attended the camp meeting Water Mains Being Extended Al Pickens and Senator Deboe, of We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Marion, were hr Thursday in an auto. Charlie Hunt is no better at this presUp South Main Street. All the grass seed that were sown ent writing. John Wilson who was given a here in the spring, has been completeWe are having a good meeting at ly killed by the dry weather. old Piney Fork and Bro. Castellow is permit to run water mains in all Our school is in progress with Mrs. doing some fine preaching and also parts of the city has begun by Everybody laying them from his place on Sue Barnes as teacher. Thirty-nin- e having good singing. seems to be interested and some re- south main northward. Those pupils have been enrolled. vived up that has been on the drag for along the route will be supplied Lawrence l.ott fell down at school some time. Bro. Castellow just seemlast week, dislocating the wrist joint ed to wake up the communtty. Sever- with water. and breaking one of the bones of his al have been converted and a number fore arm. brought nearer to God. Trouble at Mexico Over H. C. Rice, Sr., and fami.y attended Miss Ollie Brown was the guest of the Kuttawa camp meeting last week. School Question. Mrs. Elfie Guess last week. it Hon. E. L. Nunn, of Rodney section, was here Monday. He has his new It was reported to the authorities last wepk that some stranger with a telephone line completed. curiously constructed buggy, was J. M. Barnes has moved from his thought to be disposing of "Redliquor" residence on East Depot street to the at the Piney Fork camp meeting. He was a pious looking individual and was J. N. Woods residence on Main St. the last person there that would have Mrs. Marshall Jenkins has recovered been suspicioned, however, they got a from a month's illness, which conlirud lino on him and proof sufficient to conher to her bed much of the time, and vict, it is said, and the officers were is now able to be up. notified. They were on hand quickly Miss Virginia Nunn. of Frankfort, and arrested the offender Thursday joined her parents here last week and morning before day and arrived here will bo the guest of her sisters and in time for him to get a good breakfast brothers here. with land lord Wallace, of the county house. Every dollar spent with us enFriday his examining trial was held titles the purchaser to 100 votes he pleaded guilty and wa3 fined $GU.0O. on the AUTOMOBILE to be giv- He had only $10.00 in money which he en away by The Crittenden handed over and agreed to surrender his horse and buggy. Fourteen pints Record-Pres- s, Metcalf's Laundry, Roy Gilbert of whiskey were found concealed in of the vehicle and the County Mgr, Judge ordered each broken and the liRev. Escott, the pastor called to the quid joy spilled and wasted on the Southern Presbyterian church, is ex- desert air. Jailer Wallace had several, pected to arrive and preach at that offers of aid in carrying out the Court'i' church the first Sunday in Sept. orders, but he declined them all andV A splendid motion picture entertain went alone, and carried out the orders ment was given at the opera house of the Court. The prisoner was reTuesday night. A big crowd was there leased and ordered to leave the state, which he willingly agreed to do minus und all were pleased. horse, buggy and whiskey. Dave Fohs left Sunday for Evansville, St. Louis, Chicago arid other s Alleged Bootlegger Captured. Lost, Strayed or Stolen. foreign sea ports to purchase the fal and winter stocK for the "Mine." One horse mule, black, white-bridlTaylor Guess and family, of Tolu, mark, five years old. Will are guests of her sister, Mrs. C. E. pay for his return. Weldon, this week. Mr. Guess conJ. W. MANLEY, tinues to improve. 9 It Salem, Ky. J. M. Freeman and wife have returned from Hill springs, where they spent a month. Mr. Freeman is much Emancipation Adversary. improved. Jessie Guess is having some nice Last Wednesday at Tabor's stables going up this week. store in the villiage of Mexico B. Mrs. Will Cnnnan, of Marion, was F. Capps was severly cut with a Meeting Closed. the guest of Mrs. L. A. Guess and razor in the hands of James family and attended the camp meeting. Campbell. The trouble came up A synopsis of the Chapel Hill Canning fruit and working tobacco over the school question on which meeting. A five weeks meeting is taking the day when not attending the whole community Was divhas been conducted under the meeting. ided. Many'of the patrons beleadership of Bro. A. J. Thomp- Several of our representative citi- John Daughtrey, of Morganfield, arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. J. Daughtrey, near Hebron. son, pastor, the entire preaching being done by John G. Haynes, a Crittenden county boy, who is well known as Johnnie Haynes of the Oak Grove community, who was converted in a meeting held at old Bethel church which has of late years dissolved and has become a part of Siloam and other churches, however Johnnie as he was called united with Marion M. E. church and was PILES! PILES! PILES! Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil euro Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles, at once, acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared for Piles and itching of the private parts. Drug and $1.00. Williams gists, mail it absorbs the tumors, allays itching Mfg. Co., Props , Cleveland, O. Sold only bj J U. Orme. a member there until he was SBTBEBLKO EAGLE EYE SfilVE moved as a traveling preacher to Good for NoUIn but tha Eyw meeting. Our young folks had an interesting social at Jordon Thurman's Saturday Hoaea Paris, J. R. Clark, Paul I. Paris and Eddie Clark, "will represent the evening. S cond Baptist church of Marion at the Jack Turley attended church at New Association in Livingston Co., at Mint Spring church. ing opposed to W. O. Wicker Bethel Sunday. who was given the school for Geo. YTancy, of Dycusburg, ha3 pur Dave W. Hodge, of Sikeston, Mo., the 5th term by the majority chased tho C. W. Jackson farm near formerly of Salem, has located in Marion, in the Henry Love huse. Ho vote of the voters and trustees. tho Livingston tank. Mrs. Klee Glass has sold her farm- has been to California and Missouri Campbell was to have his examand has moved to Ed- since leaving here. ining trial Monday but none of ing implementsBhe will make her homedyville, where Leonard Woody, of Louisville, formthe prosecuting witnesses ap- in the future. erly of Evansville, was in the city Bros, & Dodge, peared and the case was dismisCo., Morris-Hin- a GroceryCo., W. O. Sam Brinkloy has rented tho Albert yesterday enroute home from Marion, sed. Whether the grand jury Glass farm for the year 1912. His son, Kv., where Mrs Woody has been Tucker Furniture Co and Mr. K. F. spending the summer. Mrs. Woody, Dorr for giving the prizes. will take it up again remains to Herbert will live on the farm. One visitor, who was here, was Henwho remained in Marion for a longer be seen. Miss Deb Butts returned to Kuttawa is expected in the city shortly ry Moore who left hero in Juno, 1864 visit, Sunday, after a brief visit to her sisfor a visit with Evansville friends. during the Civil War over 47 years-ago- . ter, Mrs. H. C. Rice, Sr. He belonged to Alfred Moore,. ANTI-PAI- N DR. BELL'S Mr, Woody has recently been made Dn RL Moore, of this city.. cretary of the Nebo- - Consolidated I father Robert Gibbs went to Kuttawa Sat- For Internal and External Pain. Yandoll-dugenheim zens went over to Adamsville one day The Mattoon Union Tent protracted last week. They reported a good time. meeting started Monday night. Rev. John Koon went to Frtdonia Thurs- Wheeler, assisted by Revs. Larken and Virgil Stone are conducting the day on business. The Celebration of the 4Gth anniversary of the Emancipation was pulled off Saturday the 19th with happy results, peace and harmony reigned thro' out the day and there was not a single arrest. Tho occasion brought many visitors to the town, many who had not been here for many years. The movement was directed by Rev. B. Herron, supported and counseled by some of the leaders of both churches, and greatly encouraged by the merchants of Marion who gave many valuable presents for the victors in the contest etc. After all expenses were paid off, the treasu.y of each church was greatly strengthened. The directors of tho park are to be congratulated for having givan them tho us of the occasion. AIsnpcial mention should be made of Xjarnahan J ,' ! t mA.i'. irj. Zf- - ? . n( V r- -, t.mi"V U"V a. . .jr V. a Z. f ( -- , rV -- - v .