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Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images N.E. Calmes Marion, KY 1911 cri1911100502_sn86069460 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) Crittenden record-press (Marion, Ky. : 1909) N.E. Calmes Marion, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- 1 (Utillmfam Mtmth MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. OCT. 5, Vol 34. ! Star Hats For Men-- All Prices Fa 1st. jr. '' pening Sale 1911. NUMBER 15 n m wm-- American Lady Corsets $1 to$5 a n ( 5 Fall Opening Sale. realize that winter is near' Better get busy and come select that new outfit, for you will find our store crowded to the brim with new goods of all kinds. Our cash system puts them in the reach of all. Why go to a credit store when you pay their losses. Let your motto be, "I trade at a Do you Three Things to Consider When You Buy Clothing. The "Style," for who weuld want a new suit without style. 2nd. The "Quality," for who would want the latest style without quality 3rd and most important is the right price, for who would want a new suit in the latest style and pay more than it was worth. - Then come to our store and get Style, Quality and Low Price. Kirschbaum's clothing for men, Prince Chap for young men, Progress clothing for boys, knee pants for boys all sizes. ly here in and I JB ' Dry Goods dress goods, new ginghams, new percales, new suitings, new Cheviots, everything new that is to be found in an dry goods store. New up-to-date k in ' WfzKfwm fact cash store." Cloaks. "Crossett" Shoes For Men At $3.50 to $4.00 per pair. J. & K. Shoes for ladies at $2.50 to $4.00, others from $1.25 to $2.00 per pair. "Buster Brown" Shoes for boys and girls. "tim If it is a cloak you want we have them ? i: jgfc$i Morganfield Gets women and childSilver Teaspoon. ren in the newest styles and positively the lowest be found in town. Come in and see for both Save your coupon tickets and when you get the amount of $5 we will give you absolutely free a beautiful piece of chinaware or a "ROGERS" OUR PRElSUMS. Mar mm 1 $) price that is to IMcConnell & Nunn's .. IfH m Mhtf .? them. $ LouisEpis- ! CONTEST Republican Standing of Contestants. Cash Store fcti Guberatorial Italy Declares War Next AUTOMOBILE tftt jp tip MP $;& Railway Station, Al A on Turkey And Takes Pos- Sturgis Assured new 1 11 Session of The ville Methodist Candidate Visits Marion. copal Conference. Rev. Mathar Returned to Mar- ion; Other Appointments. . Greenville, Kv Oct. 2. -- By inamous action of the conference he next session of the Louisville Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, will be held in Morgadfield, Ky. The conference today made the following appointments in the Methodist i istrict: Henderson district, J. B. ams presiding elder. Carrsville R. C. Love. Dixon W. J. Thomas. Ad- The Kentucky Southwestern Electric Railway wants to build Henderson, First church J. A. a line through Marion and to inChandler. vestigate conditions, the Vice Madison villeC. F. Wimberly. President and General Manager Marion Arthur Mather. E. F Wheaton will visit Marion Morganfield E. F. Goodson. vicinity next Friday Oct. Gth Morganfield circuit E. D. and 1911 and wishes to meet the busBoggess. iness men, farmers and others Providence L. W. Turner. interested. M. Wheat. Sturgis-- R. Higgins. Tolu-- G. Hampton mission W. L. Kennedy. Henderson, Clay sreet R. H. Judge Edward C. O'Rear was of all con- here Thursday, spoke to a large testants, who have received crowd at the opera house. He over 25,000 votes up to Wed- arrived on the eight o'clock train nesday at noon, Oct. 4th, and was met by a delegation of prominent Republicans and the 1911, was as follows. 1,283,000 Sturgis Band. guest Number 15 of Dr. R. L. He was the 20 2,879,470 Moore at his beautiful home on 2,000,000 Depot street and all during the 25 30,000 morning was visited by faithful 26 6,746,830 members of his party. 36 Promptly at one o'clock he was " 4,255,055 40 " 5,473,505 escorted to the opera house by 100 e former U. S. Senator W. J. All the remainder of the who introduced him. His nominees have under 25,000. speech of 2 hours was listened to Nominations are still ino der. attentively. He left on the 3:30 train for Providence where he Crittenden Record-Pres- s. spoke at night to a small crowd, his train being late in reached Vice Presidens Wheaton there. Marion. The standing De-bo- to Visit Emma Ellis' Daughter. Mrs. William Hughes and Miss Emma Ellis Boyd have gone to Cincinnati, where Miss Boyd en- ters for her third year the collegiate school. Oak-hur- st Mrs, Hughes will visit in Cincinnati for a week or ten days before returning home. Y. Wilson. Uniontown circuit derson. K. K. An- surayRirs eagle eye salve Good for Nothing but tha Eyes Our chocolates are fresh and delicious.Travis & James Morganfield, Ky., Oct. 3.-- C. Rome, Sept. 30. Italy has declared war on Turkey. The offi- H. Ellis of Sturgis who was recial announcement was made late this afternoon. It declared that cently made trips to Frankfort the two counties were in a state of war beginning at half past two and Paducah in the interest of o'clock on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 29. the new Illinois Central station This is the hour on which the Italian ultimatum to Turkey ex- for Sturgis, is in receipt of a lepired and followed a session of the cabinet at which the Turkish tter this morning from Lawrence reply was considered and found unsatisfactory. Though every indication pointed to this action by the Royal Finn, railroad commissioner, say Government, there was always a possibility that the good offices of ing that it is assured the town other Governments, would be successful in avoiding hostilities.and will be granted the new building. when the final decision of the Cabinet was announced the excite- He has asked for specifications, plans and the price on the new ment throughout the city was intense. The minister of Marines is believed to have sent a wireless L, & N. station in his home town, message to the fleet off Tripoli to proceed immediately- His action which he would advise duplicatfollowed a meeting of the Cabinet. Italy, it is said, will provide ing for Sturgis. He promises an early beginning of the station. for the safety of all Italians and foreigners in Tripoli. The blockade of the entire coast of Tripoli and Cyrene will be undertaken immediately and a notification of this act will be sent Ball Game. to all neutral powers. Princeton 3, Marion 2 was the Throughout the earlier part of the day the papers had issued score of the Ball Game Saturday special editions announcing that the Italian fleet was moving in plain sight of the coast of Tripoli and intimating that war might be evening, which was played at Maxwell Park. declared at any moment. The Minister of foriegn affairs, Signor di San Ciuliano, received the Tu rkish reply from the Turkish Ambassador this morning Dr. W. C. Davis, of Lola, Ky., and immediately went into conference with his associates in the passed through the city Friday ministry. It is understood that the Ottoman Government complet-l- y conceded Italy's economic plans in Tripoli, but evaded a direct with W. B. Davidson and wife answer demanded by that Government, which had set forth in its the latter of whom was being ultimatum that .Turkey must say that she would not resist the pro- taken to the Norton infirmary, posed occupation of Tripoli and Cyrene. Instead the Porte sent a conciliatory note suggesting further at Louisville, for an operation for delay. It was known that at the same time Turkey transmitted a an abdominal tumor. Mrs. Davnote to the Powers in which itis assumed that she represented her- idson was accompanied by her self as the injured party and by inference at least sought their in- husband and family physician, tervention. who will remain with her until The Royal Government decided to stand absolutely by its ultimatum of yesterday and in the absence of the reply called for. to the operation and all danger is declare Italy and Turkey in a state of war from the hour on which over. The party were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davidson the ultimatum of 24 hours expired. The steamer Hercules left Tripoli today with 500 Europeans. on Depot street Thursday night. i session of Tripoli; Europe is Much Aroused. - X si I PUBLIC SPEAKING at MARION, KY. Congressman Thomas Heflin, of Alabama, one of the greatest orators in the American Congress, will speak in the Opera House, Monday afternoon. MONDAY, OCTOBER 9th. ':t-.- rA?i 2 VI w. n j, w :'V&JStt Lr i ..-- - L4?' .vvVi. 5 v. '. . a. x " T.Vi V. lvLk iLl W ,'f Second Grand Announcement OF THE Wr l4 1 r-?- ? ..s . BiG AUTOMOBILE CONTEST They Car. Ask Your Friends vwhat Think of This RULES OF CONTEST to count. 10. Votes 11. re- monthly and must be recorded monthly are transferable only before cording. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Read carefully the rules of this contest as it will make it much easier for the contestant to understand the methods that are used. 1. No name of contestant will be known. 2. No names of contestants will be pub lished. 3. Every contestant gets 2,000 votes to start with. 4. Every contestant gets a number. 5. Standing of contestant's number pub lished weekly. 6. All votes must be brought in Wednesday for recording. 7. Votes must not be written on. 8. Tie votes in package with contestant's number and amount on top slip only. 9. Color of certificates will be changed Contestant having largest number of votes at the close of the contest wins the Auto. NOMINATION Good for BLANK The above is an exsss: fewness of the famous Howard Automobile. The car now on exhibition has top and is fully equipped D-PR- ES 2,0d0 . otes. I hereby accept the nomination as a contestant on the Automobile Contest. Please place these 2,000 votes to my credit. Name 4 Address. 4 ,H4'44444,i44ti4l4l4'44,4'44,i4,4' 4s 44&M44lf4'4'44sMJ(&l4 " three-month- s CRITTENDEN REG wCJy i Missouri. mere boys. Of the 2.27S.5S8 through this community Monday. Preacher is "Some" Mrs. Lillie Daughtery and mother, W. H. Fox was in Blackford one day who enlisted on the Union side, Fast as Cupid's Aid. Mrs. LaRue, have returned to their last week. practically all were boys, The home in Marion after a three weeks' Oweneboro, Ky., Sept., 28. 118,000 who were over 21 years John Mayes was in Marion Tuesday. WhileS. v,r. Anderson, a promi- visit in this vicinity. of age form but a fractional part O. F. Towerv bought a Ollie Barger, of Rosiclaire, II'., is at nent business man, was leading old mule from B. F. Horning paing of the enormous total of 2, 250, 000. prayer at the prayer meeting at home now on a visit. one hundred dollars cash for the mule. A million of this total were enthe First Baptist church last Rev. Ben Duncan began a series of Wiley Sigler and Wm. H. Davis listed between 18 and 21. About night Rev. Millard Jenkins, re- meeting at Dunn Springs last Sundiy were in Providence Monday. three hundred thousand were tired to his study and married assisted b Bro. Hopewell. About six hundred Thomas Phillips, of Princeton, was 18 years old. Miss Catherine L. Williams, a E. T. Franklin and Ed Cook atteud-e- in this community Tuesday. 17, and some one hundred were Quarterly meeting at Kuiricune popular young woman of this Ollie East was in Princeton Monday. thousand from 14 to 15 years of Saturday. city and Chas P. Glenn, a drug--j age. Three hundred were 13, gist, before the prayer was com- - j Mrs. Ida Marks has returned to her Carson Franklin, of Marion, was the 225 12, thirty eight were eleven home in Tolu after a visit in this neigh- guest of G. E. Towery Tuesday night. pleted. The wedding was a great borhood. and there were 25 who were only Rev. Uriah Terry delivered an exsuprise to the friends of the con10 at the time of enlistment. Bob White and wife visited relatives cellent sermon at the M. E. church at tracting parties. near Crayne last week. this place Tuesday night of last week. The figures on the southern side show a yet earlier average Harvey Willis and family visited W. Mrs. Lena Derers, of near Dalton, would C. Byarley Saturday and Sunday. of her parents, Mr. and age. It is this fact that keeps was the guest I the pension roll alive today. If John Guess and wife, of Tolu, spent Mrs. Joseph L. Cardwell, last week. For Infants and Children. Saturday with her father, Z. T. Terry. Mrs. Lee Wilson and daughter, Miss the average soldier was twenty The Kind You Have Always Bought today be J. T. Wright and family visited rela- Eva, and son, were in town shopping at enlistment he would d a cup of coffee now costs twice as much as it, did a short time ago. The Brazilian berry now costs fifteen cents a pound as against seven cents a short time ago. Sugar prices are doubled, the price to consumers being eight cents a pound. The increased cost of coffee is due to the action of the Brazilian government in placing an arbitrary value upon its principal product instead of the economic value based on the cost of production and the demand. A little of the financial possibilities of a farmer's career. Hence to a Philadelphia reporter he once said: "I used to know a farmer who-toohis from the city into partnership. "Well. Peleg," I said to the son-in-law k old man one day, "what kind oft a farmer does the boy make?" Th "Oh grand,' said the old man. "George is a great help. I don't know how I would get along with shortage in the sugar beet CASTOR A crop of Germany and the cane crop of the southern part of the United States, combined with a heavy demand for sugar for canning purposes, is responsible for the great increase in the cost of out him.' "Why, said I, "George has no practical knowledge of farming!' "No, the old fellow admitted, 'No, it's true that George knows nothing of plantingor fertilizing, but on call loans, mortgages and promissary notes he's a caution."' Los Angeles Times. Joints that ache, muscles that are drawn or contracted should be treated with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. John W. Ramsey was at this place Is relieved almost instantly by using It penetrates to the spot where it is Wednesday. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Dr. Bell's It destroys dis- needed and relieves suffering. Price G. B. Lamb, G. E. and R. E. TowHave you overworked your nervous ease germs and stops Inflamation. 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by ery, all of Shady Grove, were in MaSold Jas. H. Orme. o and caused trouble with your Keep a bottle in the house. rion Thursday to meet Judge O'Rear. system o kidneys and bladder? Have pains in everywhere. loins, sidn, back and bladder? Have Miss M amie Love, a Siloam you a flabby appearance of the face, Essentials to Farming. COMFORTING WORDS belle, was here Wednesday to eyes? A frequent de and under the SHADY GROVE. J. T. Vaughn and family visited her sire to pass urine? If so, Williams' John W. Gates was born on a meet her mother enroute home-frobrother, J. C. Williams, of Sheridan, Ea?ley was in Blackford on Many a Marlon Household Will Find Kidney Pills will cure you Druggist farm near Chicago. Frank Owensboro. Saturday. He thought Price 50 cents. Williams M'f'g. Co., business Monday. Them So. W. E. Curry has moved his sawmill Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J. H. Geo. B. Lamb was in Providence from Crooked Creek bridge to the Orme, Marion Ky. Monday. To have the pains and aches of a bad Shanlis spring on Ed Cook's farm. Charles Terry and family passed back removed; to be entirely free from Harvey Clark left Thurdav for i nnoying, dangerous urinary disorders Claims Cannot be Paid in Full. is enough to make any kidney sufferer L To tell how this great grateful. Carlisle, Ky., Sept. 29. -Fa- rmers change can be brought about will of Nicholas county, who prove comforting words to hundreds of have sustained loss on account of Marion readers. 1847 ROGERS BRQS.tSA G. B. Johnson, 413 Gum St., Marion, sheep, either killed or injured by Ky., says: "For five years I suffered dogs this year, will only realize ( from Kidney complaint, nrougnt on Dy about 50 cents on the dollar on Tlate Silver hard work. Whenever I caught cold, their claims. Up to date there that Wears'' it settled on mv kidneys and at such been filed $1,900 in claims times my suffering was aggravated. have The kidney secretions were irregular against the dog tax fund, which in passage and I was often obliged to in this county amounts to about arise during the night. There was a $1,000. Last year the farmers dull pain in the small of my back and received about 65 cents on the when I arose in the morning, I felt dollar, and if claims continue to lame and stiff. I tired easily, was nervous and also had dizzy spells. come in it may go below fifty When Doan's Kidney Pills 'came to my cents this year, About twenty attention, I procured a box at Haynes & head, either killed or badly inTaylor's Drug Store and after I had jured, have just been reported. finished the contents, I was cured. It gives me pleasure to state, that time has proven the cure to be a permanent How Much will YOU Pay one. You are at liberty to publish this statement for the benefit of other to have your eyes cured; Sutherland's MRS. HOUSEWIFE: DON'T YOU WANT SOME GOOD, FINE Eagle Eye Salvo only costs 25cts., and n:Mi Hocirrn nnH refined heautvin knives, forks. SDOOnS kidney sufferers." KNIVES AND FORKS AND SPOONS, AND A CARVING SET,FOR r enrvinrr nieces are not attributes of solid nnri For sale by all dealers. Price 50 will cure. Good for nothing' but tho L l ..-.-, mm ninno Thr o YOUR NICE TABLE? of lonrr exDOnence lias nro- hnm oii. n Co., Buffalo, eyes. cents. in Ar.n, sntiiofnmmic "iRd7 RnnERS bros." silvemlate. effects OUR CARVING KNIVES WILL CARVE; OUR CUTLERY ftL New York, sole agents for the United nattern and desitm which make its name for beauty second only CUT. States. Cup of Coffee Has to its reputation for quality Silver Plate that Wears. " Remember tho name Doan's and WE CUT OUR PRICES WHEN WE FIRST MARK OUR GOODS. - Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue Doubled in Cost. 05-1take no other. NO "SHARP" PRACTICE IN OUR HARDWARE STORE. " CL ," 6howing all patterns. -- With the Chicago, Sept. 22. MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., Nearly All Were Boys. Chronic rheumatism contracts the muscles, distorts the joints and undermines the strength. A powerful peneH HURON. trating and relieving remedy will be found in BALLARD'S SNOW LINIRev. U. B. Terry preached at He- MENT. It restores strength and supbron Sunday. pleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c, Mrs. T. N. Bracy has returned from 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Jas. o H. Orme. her visit in Harrisburg, 111. Bears the Signature of w&: tives in Tolu Sunday. Monday. A. J. Pickens, of Marion, on business Wednesday. was years old, and that article. here his wife would be yet younger. Exchange. A but seventy-on- e bowel Trouble n. Anti-Pai- ne the: best li "i"" i of the ETfiPft'V TsaaTe T i ta-- IU I LLRI AT THE BESMHARDVWPE ) fl WAL g" IrV. y i ToTaIND the price lsRlGHT ' Silver Of Proven Quality fnn-iel-il- Foster-Milbur- 2 (international Silver Co., Buccenor.) Morlden, Conn. further increase of a quarter of forget that the Civil War a cent a pound yesterday in sugwas waged for the most part by ar it dawned on Chicago that We OLIVE & WALKER PHONE 142. ?- - V. .&L ' twiw-- t n r Make rocky hill is easier gone up in a rest in the Crooked Creek cemethe survey of the roads. rjghts of way on all main roads wet or muddy season. So to tery. The funeral was preached FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS 60 feet wide 40 ft wide for 2nd. spend money to build pikes on by Rev. M. E. Miller in the presand 3rd class roads. Unless the hills will be in keeping with our ence of a host of friends. To vVe are in receipt of letters from mild and gentle in action that a child Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., grown person can take it, roads are widened, people will tradition of getting only 10 cts. the bereaved wife, father and Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la- as well as ahas no equal for children, in fact, it Waconer. Okla.. as well as manv women and old people. be afraid to drive any kind of a value out of every dollar spent. mother, we would sav, grice wonderful horse out on the roads especially First secure level right of ways. not, for Roy is not dead but gone others, telling about the in the cure re It arouses the flow of gastric juice, sults tney have secured of woman and children will not ven- Run the roads from one joint to to sleep but not forever. He their stomach and liver troubles by and by a peculiar action trains the stomach and bowel muscles to again ture out but stay at home as another, not the most direct will be awaken at the judgment. the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- do their work naturally, and in time sin. has helped countless May Simpson. This remedy, as all readers doubt- medicines of all kinds can be disclose as if a wild animal were course, but the most direct level less know, has been before the public pensed with. A free sample bottle thousands of thin, weak, 2 running at large, except short route. 4 or can be added to for a generation and is now being can be had for trial by sending your more extensively used than any other address to the doctor, for in this distances where they could walk. the distance if you can get a perAsthma! Asthma! delicate children made remedy for stomach, liver and bowel way Mrs. Gaskinds, Mr. Gavellas and first learned The auto will son be going fectly level route. Often the POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY. complaints. According to reliable tes- many others satisfied it is of the cure. them strong, plump Later, when the remedy timony, it seems to be a very quick you need, level route will be the nearest. As out to the fartherest corners of do as others are doing and robust. gives instant relief and an absolute and lasting cure for constipation, in- buy it of your druggist at fifty and cents the county and gentle horses ac- the first road engineers went out cure in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis digestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble, and one dollar a bottle. biliousness, headaches, sour stomof their way to get on a hill. In It creates an appetite, customed to passing them not and Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; ach, gason the stomach, drowsiness For the free sample address Dr. W. noticed on the streets would not their times road graders, scrap- mail on roceipt of price 1.00. Trial after eating and similar disorders. It B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building aids digestion, fills the is a liquid with tonic effect, and so Monticcllo, 111. ers ind turning plows were un- Package by mail 10 cents. they drivers veins with rich red be safesuprisod werenarrow sud- known. The small shovel plow, Williams M'f'g., Co., Props. Cleve denly in a cut commonly called bull tongue was land, Ohio. Sold only bv J. H. Orme blood. or short turn in some place where Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve . DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N the road is less than 10ft wide. all they had to ditch with. But After illness or loss Good for nil Skin Diseases. For Internal and External Pains. now experience has taught that Card of Thanks. The bad conditions of the pub weight from any of bottom or low lai.d well drained To the dear friends who so lic roads all over the whole couis dryer than ridge land, as more legisla- day from a two weeks' visit to friends cause, it brings strength kindly assisted me in the sick- Every candidate for the nty has aroused the public mind. sand and gravel is found in the will be called upon to take a in the Hebron neighborhood. and flesh quicker than my dear hus- ture People are resolving to do somevalleys. The crazy notion that ness and death of stand and the fight will center Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lucas were the thing. It is being agitated to band I extend my heartfelt anything else. a road in valley would be mirry in each county on the election of grests of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Wilthanks. Words cannot express such an extent that some people liams, Sunday. is no longer believed in. If we a sheriff and a county attorney. ALL DIWQOI8TS becoming almost frantic in the gratitude I feel toward all of are can get the roads changed to avIn each county and in many Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sleamaker were in their demands for better roads. oid the hills then turnpikes you. May God's richest bless- townships and precincts town Saturday. there It sometimes pays to make haste would be the next step, It will ing rest upon you all is my pray- are law and order leagues which Quite a number of our people are slowly. There has been so much er. Lecta Fritts. preparing to leave for Missouri. Among Narrow Roads; Automobiles; n will take 5 years to secure rights of with the them are'aunt Drue Bebout, who ex'public money wasted on the way league. The Woman's pects to visit her daughter, Mrs. and level up the roads se And Skittish Horses, roads, out of ever $1.00 spent I STOMACH TONI ) Christian temperance union, the Mada Millikan, of Caruthersville; Mrs. cure GO ft right of way, make The cry, that all the public '90 cents was wasted and per-- j roadbed 24 ft and then piking Epworth League, the Christian Belle Humphrey and children, Mrs. roads of the county and state haps lOcts went to the permant will be easy. A wise old darkey Endeavor and other religious or- Linda Groves and daughter. with few exception are too nar- maintainces of the road. Near- said the first thing to do when Puts Tfie Stomach n Splendid Shape ganizations are getting ready for Miss Nelle Hoover has gone to Maand Supplies Vim, Vigor and row to accomodate the traveling ly all the trouble has been lack you go about to cook a 'possum rion, 111., to visit friends. the fight. drainage, ditches too narrv.v. public, has become more serious of Vitality to the Whole Body. was to first catch the oppossum. While it is generally admitted Mrs. Azalea Bennett is visiting her since the advent of the automo- Not that the men did not work The first important thing to do the prohibition law is toler- sister, Mrs. Mary Mahan, near Sherithat " bile. Narrow roads are not on- enough to earn the money they about making turnpikes or betIf you feel all run down, out of ably well enforced in about 70 dan this week. sorts, nervous and depressed, go and ly a hindrance to travel but are received but the work was not ter dirt roads is to get level rights per cent, of the precincts of the Miss Jennie Bennett returned home box of stomach dangerous for persons driving done in a scientific manner, in of way, grade and fix something get a state, there is no doubt that sen- Monday from a visit to friends at Sheridan. stock not accustomed to meeting competent men as overseers, un like a rail road company would tablets today. one of thorn according prohiTake every to timent against state-wid- e the auto. If a horse or mule is der no bond, work as they pleas- fix its road bed then good roads directions and when they are gone you bition has been growing. Last Mrs. Tressie Sleamaker and children visited her brother and family near reasonably safe to drive where ed or not work at all. Road will be assured. R. will feel like a different person. year a measure to repeal the Hardesty, Sunday. stomach tablets will reno- prohibition you are liable to meet traction working days ought to be the ordinance of the convate your disordered stomach and bowForest Burns had the misfortune to engines, autos and the like pro- same all over the county. That AUTOMOBILE COUPONS. els; they will put life into your inac- stitution was defeated by a ma- get one of his fingers badly larcerated is beginning in the spring and vided the road is wide enough to jority of about 25,000. The or- by a hog, Friday. tive liver. pass with a five ft. space betwe- closing work in the fall for winThey will banish nervousness, brain dinance was adopted in 1907 by Born to Mr. and Mrs. Forest Burns, All en, the roads are crooked and ter. A set time to begin. dizziness, headaches, nightsweats, a majority of nearly 40,000 If you pay us $1.00 on ac fag, sleeplessness. Sept. 16th, a fine nine pound girl. and narrow and meeting an auto it begin the same week and go on These special enforcement ofBorn to Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover, will stop sour risings, gas Some would count, we give you 100 votes looks like a collision is unavoid- until completed. and heartburn in five minutes. Large ficers in some communities have a bouncing boy. able, looks as if the machine was get done sooner than others but on the "HOWARD" Touring box 50 cents at Haynes & Taylor's and dampened the ardor of the regT. J. Sleamaker expects to move to going to run under the horse and all could begin the same time and Car to be given away by Mr. druggists everywhere. o ularly elected officers. Tennessee first of the year. some work being done on S. M. Jenkins. Ask for cou that is what scares. A horse is insure At Sapulpa the city marshall Our school is progressing nicely with scared out of its wits for a hog all the roads. An overseer might pons, we want you to have arrested an enforcement officer Prof. Rascoe and Miss Edna Minner LEE GRUGE IN )jul uii iruui nine lu tune wuiiiuy of Tlog to run under its feet. on the charge of carrying con- as teachers. them. size and fuss of the auto his road till the work season The cealed weapons. Gov. Cruce imIf "W. O. Tucker, Furniture Co. would scare him worse than a passed and nothing done. THE LIMELIGHT mediately pardoned him and an- KEEP YOUR SKIN COMFORTABLE AND worked by taxation and contract Eskew Brothers, Machinists whole pack of hyeneas. The nounced that he would pardon all YOUR COMPLEXION CLEAR DOING has come to stay and a com- the rule to continue on all the J. H. Orme, Druggist. others as fast as arrested. He THE HOT WEATHER. plete revolution of the entire ro roads at a certain date would Carnahan Bros. & Dodge. Governor of Oklahoma Solves Pro- said he would appoint 500 men ad system is inevitable. It is a hold good. Road overseers or Marion Coal & Transfer Co. If your skin is kept comfortable, you in Oklahoma City to enforce the hibition Problem and Makes will be comfortable yourself. If you denied that supervisors should pass examinfact and cannot be law if necessary. A suit has or one of your children are being made "Drys" Enforce It. there are places on our main big ation as to competency the same Yates Bros, Pianos & Organs been filed in the district court at miserable by hives, prickly heat, rashroads that two wagons or bug- as school teachers. Nearly as Metcalf's Laundry, Roy GilSapulpa to test the constitution- es, or eczema or if you are worried by gies can't pass without one or much money paid out in the bert, Manager. sun burn or skin ality of the law under which dep- pimples, the other sidetracking in a wide state for roads as for schools and Oklahoma City, Okla., Sept. uty enforcement officers are ap- trouble of any kind, we want you to yet no examination as to compet- McConnell, Wiggins & Spees 29. If state-widtry ZEMO and ZEMO Soap. place until the other gets by. prohibition We are so anxious to have you use Barbers. fails in Oklahoma, it will be the pointed. To meet in a squeeze or pinch or ency for supervisors of roads In counties where the law is ZEMO and ZEMO Soap that we ofTer and on the other hand a most Travis & James, Grocers. narrow place neither could get prohibitionists themselves who being rigidly enforced authori- you a generous sample of each and our by. This is not all, narrow pla- ridged examination for teachers. Foster & Son, Liverymen. will be to blame. ties have ordered that all county 32 page booklet "How to preserve the ces are found where a wagon or Years ago a teacher had but lit- M. E. Fohs, Racket Store. Gov. Lee Cruce has shifted convicts be worked on the public Skin" if you will send five 2c stamps buggy can't pass, a person hor- tle to fear about certificate to the burden onto their shoulders. highways. These men, wearing to E. W. Rose Medicine Company, seback or afoot without one side teach. The County clerk, SherBy the end of the year, ten white shirts and stiff collars and 3032 Olive street, St. Loib, Mo., to pay postage or get today from the Bronchitis Conquered tracking until the other gets by. iff, postnaster or just anybody thousand citizens of the state $40 suits of clothes, have been Haynes & Taylor Drug Store who inIn many places on hills, and 2 that happened to be handy could will be bearing commissions from placed beside common criminals, dorse and recommend ZEMO and of the mileage of our roads is up examine him and give certificate. Seventy Years Old and Praises the governor authorizing them each with a pick or a shovel, to ZEMO Soap for all skin troubles nd down hill, the road has The state soon found such a plan to act as special deputy enforce work in the hot sun on a public whether it be on infant or grown perol Hyomel. son. become a deep cut 20 ft. or more too expensive as its money was ment officers under the prohibi- road. We know you will be pleased with wide at the top tapering from being paid out and the returns tion law. "Some of our prominent citi- results from the use of ZEMO and side to the bottom where not justifying the expense. The "I had a severe attack of La Grippe. each "This is your law, " the govZEMO Soap Haynes & Taylor Drug me with and It where the track is only 6 ft wide state will wake up some day and of left throat. Ibronchitisquite catarrh ernor has said to them, in effect, zens are now working on the Store. 6 my became deaf in road," said a county attorney. 24 ft. ought to be the width of take over the whole road busin- one ear so I could not hear a watch "ifou voted for it, and it is up to "You would be surprised to road bed now to meet the present ess. Have a state road super- tick. I commenced using your HYO-M- you to create and maintain a senA good remedy for a bad cough is visor, same as state school supand inhaler and soon got relief, timent favorable to its enforce- Know cne cnaracter or. some oi BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. conditions. An immense expense would be erintendent also county road sup- and believe that it saved my life. I ment. If you do not make good these men. Some of them have It heals the lungs and quiets irritation. 25c, 50c recommended am the result of widening deep cuts. ervisors. Everybody responsi- have seventy years it to many. I told the blame is on you and not on made thousands of dollars in the Priceby Jas. H. and $1.00 per bottle.o Orme. old. I have over saloon business and probably Sold The cheapest and most expedient ble and some degree of compet- several prominent doctors what it did the state administration. The have never done a lick of work thing to do would be to change ency shown from the highest to for me." Wm. H. Mowder, WashingFREDONIA commission I hand you authoriz- before. But we work them. the lowest officer connected with ton, N. J., R. F. D., March 16, 1911. es you to use all lawful means to The horror of being placed in a A daughter of Robert Brannon died For catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, coughs the work. colds and catarrhal deafness HYOMEI enforce the law. You can make road gang has had a great deal Saturday afternoon and was interred There will never be good roads arrests, you can prosecute, you to do with making the law easier Sunday. in Ky., or in Crittenden Co., un is guaranteed by Haynes & Taylor. A A Barbed Wire Cut Collar including inhaler and can raid, you can confiscate liq to enforce in my connty. Gall not property complete outfit or Saddle Arrived at the home of Edward Harless the Hills are cut out. Survey bottle HYOMEI $1.00, separate bottles bealed leaves a disfiguring scar. uor, you can tear out gambling mon, a fine baby girl, Monday. new roads around the hill. This HYOMEI if afterwards needed 50 Ballard's dens, you can have all the liberMiss Lucy Garner is the guest of her can be done 9 times out of 10. If cents. 9 PILES! PILES! ties and privileges vouchsafed to PILES! sister, Mrs. Henry Turley, of Crider. is impossible to go around a it the man elected to any office in Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil Mrs. W. B. Davis is slowly improvhill and the road must go around Obituary. the state with power to enforce cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. ing at this writing, a hill and a road must go over it Roy It la tfce Rlsbt Remedy for All Fritts, the son of Mr. and the law. But I have no money at absorbs theas tumors, allays itching Fannie Byrd is still visiting her sisAbrasions of the Flesh. take a gradual winding course a poultice, gives inonce, acts Mrs. John Fritts was born July to pay you. There are no avail- stant relief. Williams' Indian Pile ter, Mrs. David Byrd. tho wound is cleansed and If liniment applied promptly. not straight up at the steepest the 18, 1889 and died September 16, able funds for that purpose. It Ointment is prepared for Piles and mo neauntr process oegins at We would like a hustling "Marion place to be found. Some say onco and tho wound heals from 1911. is up to your philanthropic, itching of the private parts. Drug- boy" to come as a dry goods merchant per- the Inside outwardly, thus turn pikes are what we need. A iormintj a, pericci euro mai g citizens to gists; mail 50c and $1.00. Williams in the old part of town. He was married April 16, 1911, leaves no scar. It the wound turnpike up a steep hill is worse heals on tho outstdo too quick to Miss Lecta Simpson, the pay you for your work, if you de- Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland, O. ,Ross, of New York, the oil specially, pus iorms unuor me Sold only by J. H. Orme. than dirt road 3 times out of 4. nnd breaks out Into n. run. ist, and David Loveless, of Salem, were daughter of J. R. Simpson. He mand pay." nine sore that Is hard to cure 1st It is easier to pull a load up ana Inevitably leaves a bad visiting Fredonia Thursday and Friday. leaves a wife, father, mother, The biggest issue in Oklahoma scar. a hill on a smooth solid dirt road nro- TOLU Owners of v:nndid stork The Philomatheon Club was delighttwo brothers and three sisters now is prohibition. A bill has liniment to all others fer this reason, especially after a pike has been for that and they use it fully entertained at the hbme of Mrs. state-wid- e orto mourn been drafted by a not only on fine animals, but built two or three years and all and a host of friends on human flesh, fin It does Its The river is rising rapidly and there Alexander Hamilton Tuesday after...---t." his loss. He was sick only a ganization of worjt quiCKiy ana laorougaiy. is somo uneasiness felt, regarding noon. the fine rock gone and the road 23o BOo and $1.00. W short time and loving hands did to be submitted to the people the corn in the bottoms. covered with loose roling rock tfametF.Ballard,Prop. SLLouls.Mo. all within their power to relieve next year under the initiative II Looks Bai to Yh C. G. Humphrey and son, Ray, have from the size of walnut on pp. Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing him of his sufferings, but all in and referendum law providing gone to Carruthersville, Mo., where omunsni for ore eye. 2nd A dirt road is easier to go to have sore eyes. for repeal of the prohibition par Mrs. Humphrey and the children ex- Eye Salve will cureSutherland's Eagle IgbtttAwBsxomsxwDEftBvl down dry. 3rd. A dirt road is vain. them. Harmless On the 16th day of September agraph of the constitution and pect to join them in a few weeks. easier to go down if its wet and and Painless, guaranteed for 25c ts., J. H. Orme, Marion, Ky. muddy. 4th. A turnpike or he fell asleep and was laid to the substitution of local option. Mrs. Ida Marks returned home Mon- - a tube. o s, I 1-1-11-- 16 te ta vi i Anti-Saloo- ' 50-ce- A , MI-O-N- 5-- black-head- s, e -- i 1-- Won-derlull- y r ,i EI SNOW LINIMENT o6-1- A law-abidin- g, i law-lovin- our-f.i- rn ;i - rri f !S X itrr.. ... t UK' ft! H "'.VvVvTv. IS K l: If n r,i--ti- h at :re are advantages to be gained by trading here, why don't you find out about I at Us To Th Come-Lo- ok Test it. par-ex-ccilc ii rity in ad its dealings I'd put that store to the test, and if they did as they claimed to do, I'd be their customer always. What we want you to do with us is to try us out, put us to the tost. This store offers so many advantages for satisfactory trading that you vviil be a steadfast customer of ours, once you get acquainted with our goods and our methods. Why not try us the next time you need something in our line. We sell dependable qualities at moderate prices. s'ore told me through its advertisements, that it could save me money on the things had to buy thai its store service was of integits business was conducted according to the strictest principles its stock of goods was exceptionally complete-th- The Suit You Will Like is Here, Sir! different colors, shades, patterns and designs of and such a variety of different models are exhibited fabric, in our present showing of stylish new suits that almost every taste can be precisely gratified. We are showing some exceptional values at $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00, and extensive assortments at these three prices. We will show you the best values on the market at $5.00 to $20.00. To fully appreciate their excellence you must see and try So many or Buy You'll be welcome at any time, and you'll never see a finer line of attractive merchandise than we can show you now. Dress Your Boy as Good as Yourself If you desire to bring your boy up in full realization of the fact that outward appearance is a badge of inward refinement you want to buy him one of our excellent boys' suits. They are made and tailored in the same careful manner that characterizes our men's garments, assuring a permanence of style and neatness until the garments are completely worn out. We realize too that boys are extraordinarily hard on clothes, so all the seams are taped and sewed with extra strong thread. WE POSITIVELY GUARANTEE every article we sell to be the best quality procurable at the price, and you know we always replace any article pur chased here that fails to give satisfactory service. Our customers are always sure of getting them on. The Best Values for The Least Money If You a c vCt Don't Trad e H We Bth Lose Mone MMMMMilHMHXMWWIMrUnil YANDELL-G- U MMWMaMBHHBBBMMHMHHHMMaHMHaMMHMMHMMMiaHMMi Eddyville, were the guests of Mrs. Dulaney, Sunday. I I' IK By complished by two pools. joining those small pools you have all of the disadvantages of the organization and none of the benefits. By doing this you play into the hands of the buyers by dividing up the crop. Cause competition among the sellers, make it harder for the main organization to sell, and lower the price of the whole crop. Some growers seems to have the idea that it is the right thing to pool but thatit makes but little or no differance where you pool. This is a very erronious idea. To be effective there must be but one organization for each type of tobacco. In order for it to do so it must control practically all of that type. The Stemming District Tobacco Association in the only organization in the district that has ever pooled more than 8 percent of the crop. it has controlled more than 75 No 1 ercent for several years. other organization can hope to cognized as one of the substant fire department prevented a in the heart of the bushave enough Stemming tobacco ial business concerns of the state, 5, 1911. to affect the market for j ears to But if the growe.s of this dis iness district. The building ow- Marion, Ky., Oct. ' come, even with the best of suc- - trict are going to continue to ned by Mrs Frank H. Bassett, cess. Every crop that you pool quibble over matters of minor wv.s valued at $3,000 and was : i. ienkins sjiiu. .id .Jueuber with them you weaken the main importance, if they are going to covered by insurance. Mr. to act the quitter every 'ore's loss is $G,000 on which the- l iiul'ef holntiary ,tt organization that much, without intefil ai K'nimk) inle helping yourself or any other in17 n ins DOtoaice at Marion jtime something happens that, re was $3,000 insurance. tteACI of Co ure n ot March : terest except the buyers. doesn't exactly suit them instead We wish that we could have an of trying to remedy the defect; Mound Park Dairy. $1.30 per year. To cent- for five month1. organization that would exactly if they are going to continue to1 H) cents fur one month. Pure mk, Butter and cream, suit every one, but that is im- .divide into small pools and pkn n ' morning and evening t- t fi, ""J possible. We would have to have , u fi,.w 1,, CASH ADVERTISING RATFS daily except Sunday, Only mur- CV per remi lie per inch S C to Horn- ilA liemv rs as many pools as there are grow- other words if thev are going to1 inch b I. to rtUfii 2X ".ning delivery Sunday , , , , ,., . Repeated d ontfhnlt rait ers. ,acc line scnooi noys instead or Metal baas onlv usfd tor P! i es anil hit ctroi Wq of Local 5C per line A neighborhood pool can have men of mature judgement: then Locals :oc lVr line in twelc pcm in Pierce & Elder, Props. O i v SI k nnV no success except at the expense we would as well mnke up our' Phone 1G2. n i -4 iii-- sin.. n . Rufus Elder, Mgr l cul of the main organization, neith- minds, once for all, to lay down the whole thing, and become the' er can a county pool. SHADY GUOVE. easy prey of every trust or com-- ! We had an illustration of this, IC'BACCO TIDINGS. last year, in Henderson, County. ,bine, that cares to divide among R. U. Fox, Dennie Hubbard and R. Owing to the fact that they did themselves the product of ouii R. Tudor, were in Providence Saturday. DY K. r. WHEELER. not get the man they wanted for toils. S. C. Towery had the misfortune to lose one of his horses, which died one chairman, of that County, some day last week. of the members withdrew from H. Coleman Moore's JOIN THE MAIN ORGANIZATION A fine rain fe here Sunday. the association, and formed an Livery Stable Burned. We have beun informed that independent pool They sold the Henry McConnell, a groceryman of Blackford, was the guest of his grand- there is a movement on foot, in first opportunity for $7. About Fifty Horses are Rescued. mother and other relatives here this in this that time another small pool in a certain community, Hopkinsville. Ky., Sept. 30 week. neighborhood the district sold for less than $7. county, to start a H. C. Moore's livery Stable in Quite a number of our people of this or barn pool. We are told that The independent pool spoken of, Virginia Street, was destroyed place, were in Marion Thursday, it is being done on account of sold to one ot the largest buyers Married at the residence of the some little dissatisfaction that of our tobacco. They had a pro- late this afternoon by a fire which originated from an un- - bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford grew out of the delivery last vision in the contract that if that D- Brown, Sept. 27th, Rev. Isaac buyer paid more than $7. for known cause in the hayloft. 50 1 alley omciating. Miss Mattie Brown winter. linrspci sovpral hoinrr, very vnln. .lV and David Wood. We want to acknowledge that Henderson Co. tobacco, they ..VWWM, W'W... W....J-guests able animals, were rescued by were invited. The Only ais few second bride the there are some little disadvant- were to share the advance. ages in pooling topacco. There The committee of the Associa- hard work. Everything else in daughter of S. D. Brown and is noted the building, including four hea- for her industry and many other lovais, however one great benefit. tion had fixed the price at $8. ble traits, The groom is a prosperous That of being able to get the This was justified by market rses and a number of handsome and well respected j oung farmer, of carriages, was consumed. worth of your crop. This can conditions. the Iron We join But you can see Only excellent service of the with their Hill community. many friends and wish a only be done, however, by get- plainly that the buyer of the inlong and happy journey through life. ting practically all of one type in dependent pool would be very the tame organizaiion. It can adverse to paying more than $7. FREDONIA never be accomplished by sever- as he would thereby increase the The entertainment given at the Ope al small pools. It cannot be ac- price of what he had already1 uicnBcn ficcort-Prrso- , con-flagati- Miss Rose Moore Miss Clara Moore and brother, Richard, were guests of R. D. Moore and family Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Robert Jackson and daughter, Jennie, are visiting relatives in Dycus burg this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack AU'is and Tom Bracy, of HeSun- Mo-contin- J. Frank Wyatt went bron, were callers in this vicinity sccor.ii-cl.n- 1 -j I - kf , 1 .... ,,. 1 1 - 1 I i i I l U I , J I to Salem last week to select the site day afternoon. for the new home they are preparing Rev. A. E. Thomas, better known to build near town. Enroute home Mrs. Wyatt visited in Marion for sev- us Elisha, began a series of meatinga at this place Sunday Under a brush eral dajs, harbor. Everybody come to the meetMiss Eva Clement, of Marion, was ing and bring some one with you. with Miss Howerton from Friday until Some from this neighborhood attendSunday. ed Miss Corda Smart's box su2gr at Several from this place attended the Caney Fork Saturday night and rebarbecue at Lawrence Wilson's barn ported a nice time. lat Tuesday evening, where a jolly Mr. Foster, wife and two children, party of ami friends. 57 in number, congregated to enjoy a feast of Hurricane, Newt and Anthony Thomas, of Marion, and Prof. Charles of barbecued chicken and game. Thomas, of Tolu, attended church here Several from here attende the dedi- Sunday. catory services of the new Presbyterian iurs. iuary 1 nomas, ot Marion, H church at Crider, Ky., last Sunday. Princeton was well represented. The the guest of her son, R. H. Thomat, devoted friends and admirers of Dr. this week. Darby, were much gratified to have him with them on this occasion, and all CHAPEL HILL were impressed with his fine sermon. The farmers of this place are most The first regular meeting of the all through cutting their tobacco. There "Philomathean Club" wa3 held last will be an average crop in this neighTuesday afternoon with Mrs. Alexanborhood. der Hamilton as hostess and Mrs. AnThose who attended the dedication dre as leader. Subject "Joel Chandler Harris." The program for the winter at Crider, Ky., from this neighborhood is an interesting one and the members last Sunday, were Cal, Frank and Al Adams and E. H. Bigham. are greatly enthused over the work. 1 J The new front that Ira Bennett is having put in his store, will add much to the appearance of the business sec tion of town. Fredonia is moving forward rapidly in the matter of civic pride and taking her place in the procession of growing towns. Miss Kittie Clement spent Friday night with Miss Ina Price, of Marion. Miss Reba Hill, who is school at Marion, spent Saturday A and Sunday with her parents of this place. "-- GLEN DALE Misse3 Clara Hurley and Hattie Stallions went to Marion Saturday. bought. trwis WebsterS New Dictionary Mrs. Josie Minner, of this place, went to Levias last week to visit her bi other, Herman Clark, who is quite ill with m3larUl fever. It was only by the best of management that the Associat ion got .v.ou. ine tobacco was all worth 8. If the members of small pools had all been in the main organization they would all undonbtedly, have gotten that price. International THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? ls a NEW OREA- TION, covering every field of the world's thought, action and culture. Tho only new unabridged dictionary in many years. Because 1' doflnes over 400,000 Words ; more than over before appeared botwecn two covers. 3700 I'uges. Oooo Il Became u staying out the smaller pools lost from 50cts to $1.25 per cwt., those in the Association lost 50cts, which on the whole crop amounted to more than thousand dollars. We understand, however that many of the members of this' pool now see their mistake and are coming back, this year, to the main organization. Here is the situation as we see The tobacco growers of it. this district have organized to try to get the worth of their crops. The movement has been a success. It has long since past the experimental stage. It is re- By one-hundred lustrations. I tne only dictionary Because ' with tho now divided page. A "Stroke of Genius." ls nn encyclopedia in 131 Because a. single volume. Because lfc ls accepted by the Courts, Schools and Press as tho otto supremo au- ' I thority. wno knows XVlna Because Success. Lot U8 tell you about this new work. WSITS far (pedum of turn aMded C ft C. MERRIAM CO., P.klUWi, SprinjfUU. Hut. Mutton thU Fpr, rc4n FBSB a Mt o(pckrt ftt. rpl. Uncle George Moore and wife spent Sunday. several days in Tolu recently, visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Walker, of this ra House here Friday evening by Miss friends. place, visited their daughter, Mrs. Jre Lena Holtzclaw assisted by the MaMiss Hattie Stallions, who has been Parr, and family, of Fredonia, Sunday. rion High School Orchestra, was fully the guest of her cousins. Misses Clara n T. M. Hill, wife and grandson, up to the high standard of excellence, and Mary Hurley for a week, returned Hill, were uuests of James T. we had been led to expect from the to her home near Carrsville, Tuesday. Bigham and family Saturday night and laudatory comments from Madisonville Miss Kate Minner spent Sunday with Sunday. where this entertainment was given, a short time ago. Its needles to say the audience here was an appreciative one as that was amply proven by the enthusiastic applause and many encores. to It is to be hoped we may soon have another opportunity to hear this rare musical and elocutionary treat. V. S. Rice arrived Friday morning from Louisville driving his new E. M. old of & Co., F. car. He was accompanied by "Mrs. Will Rice, her mother, Mrs. Charles Ratlin", only first-cla- ss and John Rice. GROCERIES, FRUITS AND CANDIES Mesdames Abe Kollinsky and j were in a party that came over from Princeton Wednesday in Sam Koltin-jky'car. Mesdames W. O. Tucker. John Blue and Houston Orme, motored over from a Give esMaiion Wednesday afternoon. pecially low on No. 17., . J. C. Bennett, of Dycusburg, spent Old Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert , J. C. Adams and wife were the guests of Henry Brouster near Salem Mel-vi- W. L. JAMES & SON Successors Travis CiiL v3 continue at the stand and handle ames Copher Gold-nam- er s t Restaurant and Lunch Counter. Bakery Products, Cream Bread, Buns, Cakes and Pies. Prompt deliveries, Polite attention. us call and get our prices whichare staples. Phone Copher's Stand Jackoon. Mrs. G. E. Coon and Dr. Moss,' of W. L. ?; ; James & Son. SV T.fr. I !w N &4"& JUnl$rlS.iLi. vl?: aJ"' " 'V W rim w VT .-. ' - llHHi .'3 ''v--- J &&& UMiMi6ibMMibMbfbMMMibM)i6MMMMW MlttiMittU more. iBut we value your good will goods asThat's why you can always upon getting advertised from us. s& wc can relieve clothing worries you of your The c.othing Want You D0n't forget our Dress hear the rade m S (w depend hesitate Most all shoes look Goods Line with the to say that we have good in the shelf we handle is recognized as the uui most popular fabrics, the most complete the test in quality is most dependable on the market, They are made for par- - such as Serges, Satin, line of ladies' Misses' the am0Unt of service gWe and children's cloaks fallows-C- ut in and Messalines. , and comfort you ac- th mHLmLmLw ticular mBkmWmmmF ...vuv... w.j.ww, ,uu ,,,dy ,0 wntsre yuu iuuiij Ct uy WCC1I the goods. . Dlease. then when vou see w" in good taste, comforincm' A"V S"0e our line examine the quail- S ty and the way they fit and recommend to yOU We S table and perfect fitLook Out Boys. . We do not S S Al M g m. Combine High Quality with reason- ting. price you w Pant Suits the county and for School able price and ou al- Suits we are prepared to ways get what you meet almost any demand Boys7 Knee in Wc have the nicest line of ready to buy. are M - m Br buy. rviuwrM that you might make. Come to us, we're for you. Besides the immense line ue have in stock we will have a High class in velvets, Suedes Special Line for sale Thursday, Oct. 12. Don't overlook this day Gun Metal, Patents, Kid and Tan. but come to our store. r uuidiiLt;, for men, women or ST 5 children. "fc - . "W v wneinerr . . . Mm .- . gH t r Taylor & Caiman mm: mmwwwwrW"nmwmmm?dmmmmmrmmmm ial in a cloak or suit don't JV- - It you need anything spec- miss our sale Oct. 12th. We take measures and make to order suits and coats for worn- en or men. )sm &" $:- 4 : I DR. CRAWFORD DENTIST All Work Guaranteed V A At the Opera House, one night only, Oct. 5th. "The Man on the Box." ' M. Phil Deboe has sold his house to Phil H. Deboe and will move to a farm near Salem. Short settlements make long friends, please present your acct j ' I ALL WORK CUARANTECO only, the Box." At the Opera House, one night "The Man on the Box" at the "The Man on the Box" at the Oct. 5th, "The Man on Opera House Thursday night. Opera House Thursday night. I F. W. Nunn. DUNTIST OtFICE RES. Si S. M t .J. fRESS BUILDING. Rev. Mather and C. S. Nunn, represented Marion Methodist church at the conference last week in Greenville and both returned home yesterday. Mrs. Del Hon. Albert Butler, of Salem, iui cue esiiu IWCUIUUI, was here to hear Judge O'Rear's was here to visit his family last speech Thursday. week. He is visiting, many interesting and prosperous sections of Mrs. M. E. Croft and daughter, Ruth, have returned fiom Ky in his travels, t.e;ciii. J. B, Hubbard the traveling L Gas and Sonmoform used for PAINLESS EXTRACTION f 5 Office over Marion Bank s. .; ; ; ; ; ;. : ; ? H t C 4 At the Opera House, one night only, Oct. 5th. "The Man on the Box." Eulie Threlkeld of Crayne was here Monday. LOST-G- old Band Carved. Reward. Bracelet. Isabel Guess. James Arflack has moved into part of Mrs. Longs house. We lead on fine Candies. Travis & James. Rev. W. T. Oakley is attending the Cumberland Presbytery at Flat Rock this week. Mrs. Tannie Woods went to Morganfield Tuesday to visit her son, Dave Woods. James Wiggins of Livington Co. was the guest of his son, B. Wiggins Monday. Roily Young of Princeton was the guest of friends here Sunday afternoon. He was returned to the Tolu cirW. Lawson and 4 timber cuit. G. men went to work in a strip of Dr. Mather leaves today for timber Lawson Bros purchased St. Louis, Mo., where he will near Repton. visit old friends and on Sunday Al Dean passed through the will preach at the Lafayette Park city' Tuesday morning enroute church. tCfcrider to visit his brother, Herman Hill son of Thos. M. J. E. Dean, and wife. Hill of Chapel Hill and of Mrs. Essie McMurray Mrs. R. L. Moore and daughter Roberta, were guests of Mr. Clement has accepted a position in the Farmers Bank as book and Mrs. Sam Howerton at last week for several days. keeper. son-in-law this office. Nora Ryan, of Fort Mrs. Texas, arrived Tuesday Worth, to visit her father, J. R. BagRev. G. Y. Wilson of Tolu, Ky well, of the county. passed through the city Tuesday Old newspapers, 20 for 5cts at enroute home from conference. for payment. S. M. Jenkins. "The Man on the Box" at the A. J. McMullen and family Opera House Thursday night. have taken rooms at the Hotel Miss Mabel Minner was the Crittenden for the winter. guest of friends in Fredonia last H. F. Hammack and familv week. have moved to M rs Pearl Clif tons Mrs. Mary Long who has been house on north main street. quite feeble for several weeks H. N. Lamb, (stated clerk of was able to be out to services at the Princeton Presbytery of the the Southern Presbyterian church C. P. Church) of Tribune was Sunday morning. here Monday. W. G. Conditt and wife of Misses Kittie Clement and Ru- Mounds attended services here by Bigham, two Chapel Hill Sunday. Mr. Conditt is one of belles were here last week doing the deacons of the Southern some shopping. Presbyterian church. Mesdames J. W. Blue and J. Coegressman Joseph Heflin of H. Orme were guests of Mrs. C. Alabama will speak here County S. Nunn at her Bungalow near Court day in Oct. which is next Memphis mines last week. Monday, on state and national issues at the opera house. Former U. S. Senator W. J. Deboe left Sunday morning for Dr. R. L. Moore entertained Louisville on an important busi- Judge Edward O'Rear Thursday ness mission. and invited as guests for dinner, T. E. Griffith and wife of Glen- - H. A. Haynes, A. C. Moore and dale were attendants of services T. J. Yandell. at the Southern Presbyterian Rev. Thomas Cummins of Henchurch Sunday morning. derson was here Sunday as the Joe M. and Al Dean at- delegate of Paducah Presbytery tended church here Sunday al- of the Southern Presbyterian so Z. T. Terry of the Hebron sett church to install Rev. H. V. ction. as pastor of that church, Dr. G. W. Stone will leave in a which he did Sunday morning. few days for Lincoln City, Dale, He preached two splendid serand Rockport Inda. to investigate mons to good congregations mora land deal he has on foot. ning and night. Our old friend S. B. Weldon has left Metropolis and has moved with his wife to Sullivan. He mm m, says it is a fine agricultural couIY1M I ntry where he now lives. Es-co- Petoskey. C. S. Nunn left Friday to atCrittenden Co., School tend the Conference of the M. met at Supt., Travis' Grant Davidson left Tuesday office Tuesday and ratified the E. church south, at Greenville. afternoon for Stigler, Okla., to county high school contracts. Hon. T. J. Nunn, of the Court visit his son, Att'y Archie Those present were Alva New-cor- of Appeals, was in the city MonHe will be absent about Will Conditt, George Kemp day on a short visit. ten days. and Charles LaRue. Miss Eva Clement was in FreMrs. E. M. Frisbie has had a donia last week the guest of J. R. Bagwell, of Sheridan, splendid system of water works Miss Isabel Howerton. Bell-vill- e who has been absent for a year put in at her residence on J. R. Summerville, wife and streets Jesse Olive had the past with his daughter, Dora McLemore. at Winfield, Texasi children were here Sunday the contract and the system worked guests of relatives and friends. has returned home. perfectly. Mr. Fresh cream bread daily Don't miss the base ball game spent and Mrs. J. L. Travis Sunday at Sugar Grove, at Maxwell Park, Friday and also buns, cakes and pies, Mr. Travis' old neighborhood Saturday afternoons, between Travis & James. Marion High School and Provi- church, Rev. Arthur Mather, who atRev. James F. Price closed a dence. Come out with your support and lots of noise. tended Conference last week at meeting at Pleasant Hill church in Wai'ren co., last Thursday Mrs. J. B. Hubbard left Wed- Greenville arrived home yesternight. He will attend the meet- nesday for Shady Grove, where day. ing of Princeton Presbytery at she will spend some weeks with Rev. w. F. Hogard, of Monti-cellCrider this week and will go Fri- her mother, Mrs. M. E. Campwas here Saturday enroute day to Wayne Co to begin a meet- bell, and other relatives and to Tribune to visit his- father, J. ing at Friendship church. friends. P. Hogard.. something superior, sure, Travis & James. Stephens arrived Rev. Henry V. Escott will Saturday from the Mountains of preach at Dean's school house N. C. where she spent the mon- on the 3rd, Sunday (Oct. loth,) ths of July, August and Septem- at 2:30 in the afternoon, and on ber. each third Sunday afternoon after that. airs, aimer woone uim uaugn - i y ter of Houston, Texas who arriv- -r During October we will give ed last month will spend the! 10000 votes on the AUTOMO-montof Oct. with her parents, BILE contest for each SI. 00 paid Rev. E. M. Eaton and wife. on subscription to the 'Crittenden Record-PressTry our chocolate candies, and here to. stay. the old reliable I t -- VJ Mrs. R. L. Moore and daugl ter. Roberta, attended the Recital at Fredonia Friday night. spent Felix Cox, of Evansville. Ind., several days at his old home at Salem last week. h Herbert Rodgers is visiting friends in Henderson this week. House for Sale, Rent or Trade. C. fj I ," J. Pierce. The Board Da-idso- n. n, o, - v 9 $$ $9 O BANK Of Marion, Kentucky. OFFICERS: J. W. BLUE, Pres.; J. V. HAYDEN, SAM GUGENHELM. Vice Pres. 2nd Vice Pres.; T. J. YANDELL, Cashier; D. WOODS, Asst. Cashier. C. S. John Roberts, who is confined the county jail, charged with has been quite ill with typhoid fever, but is now, said to be better. A. F. Griffith has been quite ill at his home near town on the in "boot-legging- ," DIRECTORS. SAM GUGENHEIM, II. A. IIAYNES. W. J. DEBOE, II. K. WOODS. NUNN, It is the policy of this Bank to aid in every legitimate way and assist in the development and financial interests of Marion and Crittenand trust it may bo den county. To that end wc ask your your pleasure to place your account with Marion Bank. Oar institution is examined twice a year by a State Bank Examiner, at our solicitation and expense. All business intrusted to us will receive prompt attention. J. W. BLUE, President, T. J. YANDELL, Cashier. Fre-don- ia Memphis mines ro,ad. He was able to be out Monday, but still feeble. Rev. W. T. Oakley left Tuesday morning for Clay, Ky., to preach the funeral of George Franklin's a child, a little girl, who died after being operated on for appendicitis. Mr. Franklin, who is an Elder at Ashland church near Clayj and is a fine gentleman, has the sympathy of everyone in his bf six-year-o- ld reavment. Springs. There will be no services at the Southern Presbyterian church next Sunday as the Pastor, Rev. H. V. Escott, will preach at Tolu. Audrey Clark's fine delivery horse took fright one day last week and suddenly whirling around turned the vehicle over and broke out the shafts. He left Audrey and the wagon without further ceremony and proceeded down the street at a 0 gait. He was headed and when caught it was found that he had received several severe cuts and bruises. Audrey was unhurt and came out of it all laughing. 2-4- Miss Frances Gray was here to spend Saturday and Sunday from her school at Seminary 1 '"3 i I J d i.t ' J- T '- - 1 T y ... j-- J iw T , Jl Buv;'' A.v j1 - 0w0-- 0 -- j oo- - JUST OPENED UP.g fc if si heap Cish Grocery in the Picken's Build- - (J ng, Kt of rarmer's BanK, on Carlisle street j? i'iiiit ns up Tor Bargains in anything in the Grocery i.i.e. ievv itou.se, new goods and everything fresh ft mm nice. Gie us a trial and ou will be convinced. ft V. quote nerc some of our prices for your consid- - ft uuiion. Our running expenses are not very Jireat tv atsd we arc going to give our customers the benefit ft jv Strictly Cash. Look at these Prices. of it. 10 cent Can Goods to go at 9cts. ft " 4cts. 05 cent ft TuUi ( -:- vm cent cent 25 cent 15 14cts. " " ? 43 43 , Best Melrose Breakfast Bacon Dry Salt Meat Bacon Good 4? 43 Armour's Best Hams Armour's Helmet Lard, Best Good Laundry Soap Good Toilet Soap Matches 4? 23cts. 25cts. lOcts. 13cts. 17cts. 13cts. 4cts. 4cts. 4cts. leccs. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I ft ft ft other goods kept by us to go at reduced 43 prices. We ask that you give us a trial. We pay 43 cash or trade for produce. Very Respt. Yours, 43 And all 43 43 43 ft ft ft ft jjMrs. F. Tolley's Grocery James Tolley, Manager. !? THE 9WVWV9 20th KENTUCKY i.ur left. 7 SRRFSRe o'cloek p. m. marched one mile, built breastworks, heavy VOLUNTEER INFANTRY skirmishing in our front. Some lew men wounded; a nice day Friday June 17th, moved one mile, heavy cannonading on our An Interesting War Record by F. right and left. Drove the Rebs 5. Loyd, of Fredonia, Lieutenfrnn their works several miles, ant Company H. one man killed and one wounded in the 27th Ky. Heavy cannonading in our front. Built breast(Continued liviii Last Issue) works and remained in them un- '.la o. .June at 10 ii. in , inarched til next morning. w miles to the left, went into Saturday June 16th, heavy canemp, weather very warm and nonading still going on. William hciiUtiiul. odne.vlny .June Mil, remained in ail day. weather warm and fair. Thuiidiiv. June !)th at ; o'clock a. in., lett eamp. niarehed two mile, nomc skirmishing. Mime wry rain and vime .sunshine; Heavy eann nadiug on waim. our left. As we were building our breastworks George Turner, Co. I, was shot in the head and II. Morae, Co. II, 20th Ky., wounded in the arm between Lost and Ivi'imisee mountains. Jleavv rain ."it I J , killed. During the night the Rebels shelled us. One shot fell in our regiment, killing Seargeant Curd, Co. 15. Ruined all day. .Saturday .June 11, rained hard all day. George Pendergrass, of Co. II, was wounded in the head and afterward died. Very heavy cannonading on our left. Sunday June 12th, rained all day; heavy skirmishing on our liont all day; worked on our breastworks in the evening. Monday June 13th, still raining and rained all day, very muddy. Swne skirmishing in our front. Tuesday June 14th, heavy cannonading on our lines, heavy skirmishing in our front. We could see the Rebs leave their works. We advanced and cap tured their works, also capturing several prisoners. At 4 o'clock p. m. we moved to the right two miles and built breastworks out of rails and logs; beautiful day. Wednesday June loth, heavy cannonading on our left. Some skirmishing in our lines. Sun shining very warm. Nice Jay, mud drying up fast. Thursday June IGth, beautiful morning, heavy cannonading on McConnell & Wiggins I B todi.y. Sunday June loth, still raining; 2 o'cb ek p. in. left camp, marched throuirh very thick mud, wading Hill's eieck waist deep 100 yards wide. Heavy rain all day; heavy aiin nading on our left. Camped in the woods at !) o'cloek p. m. .Men wet; made h'res to dry our clothing. .Monday June 20th, remained eamp all day, cannonading still ading still going on. Some rain today. Tuesday June 21st, remained in camp all day, cannon ading still going on. Rained hard all day. Wednesday June 22nd, at 10 a. in., left camp and marched four miles, built breastworks during the evening. Our brigade had a hard little fight with the Rebs there. They were handsomely repulsed, killing 1,000 and taking a number of prisoners. 14th Ky. lost 40 men killed and GO wounded. Beautiful day. Thursday June 23rd, beautiful morning. 7 o'clock a. in., moved mile and made work, re f mained half an hour and moved forward and slipped on the Rebs and got within 200 yards of their works. Built breastworks', men not allowed to make any noise. Heavy cannonading on our left. Rebel balls falling like so much hail. Rebels killed the day be. ?5 fore still lay on the ground not buried. Beautiful day. Friday June 24th, beautiful morning, skirmishing still going K on. Reuben Stinett, Co. K, killed, ? John Coatney, Co. K, wounded. Still remained in camp all day. i one-hal- left. Moved and built breastworks after dark, working all night hard. No sleep in our regiment. Monday June 27th, still worked on breastworks. Peter Brown, Co. B, wounded through the arm. Abraham Ensey, Co. 11. killed by a ball which took effect in left breast, and Peyton Tabor wounded by a shell. Heavy cannonading in our works. Eight guns working all day. Very warm. Tuesday June 2Sth, skirmishing still going all day, balls falling thick and fast. Joseph Shaw, Co. P, wounded through the thigh. His pocket knife was shot through his left leg. Very warm; no breeze stirring today. Wednesday June 29th, skirmishing still kept up. Young E. Jennings wounded in the head. Three of the 19th Ohio Battery Zack killed. one wounded, Brown, Co. B, wounded in the thigh, still lay in our breastworks, not allowed to show our heads above our works; very warm all day. Thursday June 80th, skirmishing still kept up all day. Heavy cannonading still going on. Jasper Powell, Co. A, killed; shot through left breast at S o'cleck p. in.. We 'ia ordered to move to the right. Marched until 12 o'clock that night when we laid down in the wood., and slept the remainder of the night. Very warm. Friday July 1st. marched four miles to the rigid ; there we came up with the Rebels, drove them three miles after had skirmishing. Sergeant William Yates, Co. II, was wounded in the right leg. Moved up into an old field, halted and built breastworks, worked all night making work: no sleep, very warm day, several men receiving sunstroke; very dry. Saturday July 2nd, remained in camp until 11 o'clock a. in. We were ordered to the left, moved half a mile, lay on our arms, Rebels shelling us too hot to stay. Moved back to the rear about 1100 yards, built breastworks, worked all night ; very warm. Saturday July :3rd. remained behind our breastworks all day. Some cannonading in our front, heavy skirmishing, weather very warm; Rebels retreating toward the river. Monday July 4th, remained in our works all day, heavy cannonading and skirmishing in our front ; weather very warm, nice level country. Tuesday July ."tli, remained behind our breast works. Some cannonading. At 10 o'cloek a. m. we were ordered to be ready to move at a moment's warning. Moved to the right two miles, halted and got dinner, turned back and moved to our same works where we had left that morning; weather very warm. Wednesday July 6th, beautiful morning, ordered to move at 6 o'clock a. m. Started at the time and moved to the right and then moved forward, crossing Nigger Jack river, marched up on the hill, slopped to rest, remained half nn hour, then we continued our march, marching through the strongest Rebel works I ever saw, crossing the Railroad Ruffs station fifteen miles from Atlanta, g Foster Saturday June 2oth, skirmishing still ging on, balls falling thick and fast and all day heavy fighting on our left. Very warm day. Henry Gomley, Co. A, wounded through the thigh, still remained on our works and skirmishing with the Rebs. Sunday June 26th, very warm, two men wounded in our regiment belonging to the 19th Ohio Battery. No casualities in our regiment-. Some cannonading on our I I I y TONSORIAL ARTISTS BATH ROOM IN CONNECTION JJ v 5 PRESS BUILDING SUSY BEE BLOCK I I J5 W jf Foster S3 Ga. remained all night; very warm. Day cars came down and went on down the road. Thursday, July 7th, remained in camp all day. Some heavy cannonading en our right ; very warm all day, men could hardly stand it. Friday July Sth, ordered to move at 4 o'clock a. m. Struck tents and took up our line of march and marched six miles, crossing Soap Creek, and at 10 o'clock p. in., after marching in the night, very dark, we camped of a in an open field Chattanooga river. mile from the Men were allowed to go and wash, very warm day all day. Saturday July 9th, laid in eamp all day; no fighting of any consequence today. Sun shone hot all da j'. Sunday July 10th. remained in eamp all day At 3 o'clock p. m. it rained very hard; all quiet in our front ; very warm. Monday July 11th. at 10 o'clock a. in. we received orders to move; then orders came to draw three day's rations. At 2 p. m. we took up our line of march, crossing Chattanooga river and marched two miles and camped on Hilton EL 1 Ridge. It rained all night. All i ouiet in our front. Tuesday July 12th, at o'clock dinner, then moved still going on. but no regular n. in. we were ordered to send halted, ate mile, foimed line of Mrcimthciiing our snven companies out i u a forag- al ut a half battle, marched through the worst work-- ; walked all day. V. ing expedition, and throe to re main on picket. Remained out thicket I ever saw, marched thro' var:n. M uiday July 23th. still lying in id! day. Some rain; afternoon three companies of our regiment, very warm; all quiet in our front. sent out as skirmishers, inarching our works; cannonading very Wednesday July 13th. cloudy driving the enemy ibout three heavy; skirmishing still going on. in the nu ruing, looked very much miles and ran them out of their Thomas Kmcrson, Co. A. killed. like rain. Remained in camp all works, capturing three c mpanies .Moved to the rear and built breast day, very warm day; all quiet in of the Rebs. Heavy fighting in w rks. Some rain after .night, our front ; no skirmishing to be our front, right and left. Very lieautiful day. but warm. Wednesday July 27th, at 7 a. beard today. Did not know what pleasant evening. Thursday July 21st, soon in the in. moved back to our works, to think about it being so quiet morning we moved up, taking our works, laid in them all in our froni. within two hundred and day. Heavy cannonading all Thuiwhiy July 14th. at 6 o'clock fifty yards of the Rebs works. along our lines. Very warm, we received orders to march; moved about three miles to our Could see them plain, and we Some rain in the evening. Thursday July 2Sth, laid in left, camped and were ordered to threw up strong works and held Martin Girts, Co. If, eamp. At 2 o'clock the Rebels i einain until further orders. Very them. warm, heavy rain late in the even- 20th y wounded in right breast. opened their artilery on us and Hooth Alexander, Co. C, 20th Ky. kept it up for half an hour, shells ing. All quiet in our front. Friday July loth, remained in shot through both arms, serbus. falling all over our regiment. camp all day: cloudy and looked Walter LHiy, Co. I, through the Sergeant Curd of Co. K, wounded very much like rain; heavy rain shoulder. Jasper Sutherland, of in the foot. Heavy fighting on Co. G, wounded in the side, se- our right, said to be 4000 killed. late in the ("cuing. Saturday July Ifith, remained rious. Thomas lirokshire, Co. Heavy cannonading all day and in camp all da. cleaned quarters, D, slight. Thomas Fitzgerald of night. Very warm day. Friday July 20th, at 6 o'clock set tents in proper order. All Co. IJ, killed. Frank Coleman of Co. K, wounded in right side, se- we were ordered to be ready to quiet in our front. Sunday July 17th, at 'J o'clock rious. Capt. Hamilton of Co. D, march and guard a wagon train a. in. we were oidered to be ready 27th Ky.. wounded in left leg, to the river. Marched two miles, to move with a moment's warn- afterward amputated; laid in our halted on the right hand side of ing. Marched two miles, halted, works all day after we got them the road and remained half an Some done. Company II was sent out hour. Marched twelve miles and threw up breastworks. skirmishing in our front and somt on picket and remained all night. halted on the bank of Nancy cannonading in our front ; very Heavy rain in the evening, very creek and ate dinner and remainwarm. ed two hours. Another train of warm. Friday July 2nd, at 2 a. in. we wagons loaded came along and we Monday July 18th, ordered to march at 6 o'clock a. m. At fi it were ordered, (that is, the skirm- marched with them guarding was countermanded and ve re- ish line) forward to feel the ene- them; marched until 12 o'clock mained in camp, and in about a my. Moved in the Rebel's works that night. Very dark. Return half an hour ve were ordered to and laid until daylight. Ordered ed to our old camp ; men worn out march at 8 o'clock. We left the forward, skirmishing with the Very warm ; some rain. Saturday July 30th, remained camp, marched 10 miles. Beau- enemy and drove thein about two tiful country and fine farms, pass- miles. At 5 o'clock we (my com- in camp all day. Cannonading ing a new railroad that the Reb- pany) was ordered to join the and skirmishing very heavy all els had not finished. Camped on regiment, which we did and day and night. Very warm. Sunday July 31st, laid in camp the bank of Peachtree creek. marched, out eating no breakfast. Came upon the enemy's works, all day. Very quiet in the mornVery warm; tome skirmishing in laid under heavy shelling from ing; rain in the evening. Heavy our front. Tuesday July 19th, at 3 o'clock the fort that was in the edge of cannonading and skirmishing late we received orders to move, and town (Atlanta). We laid in in the evening and kept it up almarched, crossing Peachtree creek sight of Atlanta, Ga., under three most all night. Monday August 1st, still lying and marched seven miles, had a guns, all day. About 3 o'clock right smart skirmish with the the Rebels made a desparate in our works. Heavy cannonadRebs. Went into Decatur, Ga., charge and were repulsed on the ing going on. At 6 o'clock p. m. after night. Smart little fight right and the left, leaving their we were ordered to move. We with the Rebels on leaving the dead and wounded on the field. marched and stood on the road work they burned their supply Gen. McPherson was killed; until 12 o'clock. Very dark and G. H. Foster C. Foster train consisting of about forty Lieut. J. W. Hale, Co. D, 20th muddy. Our artilery could not wagons loaded with provisions Ky., wounded by shell in left get up the hill and we had to and munitions of war; also burn- arm; Abe Daughtry, Co. G. 20th halt for the night. Rain in the Belleville St. JJ ing the depot. .They left a large Ky., killed by a shell; Newton evening; very warm. Pace, Ky., (Continued in Next Issue.) J house filled with tinware made for in armCo. D. 20th Heavy wounded Brick Stable cannon, by shell. the C. S. A., which we captured; Good Rigs for Travel- - JJ also a large lot of sacked com ading all along the line. Very Drugs, Wall Paper, Paints marked "C. S. A.," which was warm. At 2 o'clock we w(?re oring Men distributed among the different dered back to build works, work- and Oils, Prescriptions a Fine Carriage for "Wed- - JJ brigades in 2nd division. We ed all night; nothing to eat. The Specialty. Visit our Fountain ding or Funeral V tore up the railroad and after- wagons could not get to us. Occasions Saturday July 23, cannonading fc ward the 15th, IGth and 17th Every dollar spent with us en Promptness and Courtesy ? corps came in and we moved to still going on, heavy fighting on titles the purchaser to 100' votes Our Motto JJ the right, camped in an old field; our right. Laid on our works all Rates Reasonable Phone 18 5 very warm day. Dooks like rain, day. No casualities in our regi- on the AUTOMOBILE to giv some cannonading in our front. ment today. Heavy fighting on en away by The Crittenden & & Wednesday July 20th, az 5 our right all night. Beautiful Record-Pres- s. o'clock we received orders to weather, though warm. Some Marion, - Keatucky J. H. Orme, Drugs, Paints, move. Marched off in front of rain in the evening. our brigade, moved four miles, Sunday July 24th, cannonading Oils, and Varnishes. ! Are You O A Woman f one-fourt- h .ARDUI I The Woman's Tonic " fin-Nlic- tl po-siti- i & Son Son ft '. ' J Jib, ftjf i.2bn. iiw t .t .W,-,-"- ,'" fi ' v& - f v,, WOMAN Card of Thanks. j xxo Escapes ' operation h J We desire to express our thanks to our mariy friends for their kindness and sympathy shown us in the death of our dear brother, Geo. Grady, also for the floral offerings. May God's choicest blessings rest upon one and all is the prayer of his brothers and sisters. yOU L o OK! R. F. o n WasGured byLydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound! When LISTEN! HEED! o F. DORR K30 n Sue Moore and Allie Wilborn. Whnf- shnll wp Ho with t ho subject of agriculture, Profs. Richardson and Hollis Todd. Some helpful suggestions i the adopted course, Supt. E. J. Travis. T. F. Newcom, Miss Mary Towery, Miss Alpha Kemp, Pro gram Committee. - ' o-- The bos? ( hster. A pio:e of flanm l dampened with Chamberlain's Lini- ment and h(.un' on over the affected parts is superur if a plaster and costs onlv "ne tuth as much. For sale hy all dealers. o J. B. KEVIL. Lawyer . Elwood. Ind. " Your remedies have tired, worried or despondent it is a cured ino and I have only taken sis sure sign you need MOTT'S NERVE bottles of Lydin E. Piukhnm's Vegeta ble v;oinpouu(i. i j RINE PILLS. They renew the nor- -' was sick three mal vigor and make life worth livinjr. ruontha and could Be sure and ask for MOTT'S NERVE-- I not walk. I suf- RINE PILLS. Price $1.00 by drugfered r.'.l the time. gists. Williams M'f'g. (Jo., Props., The doctors said could not get well Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by .T II. without nn opera Orme, Marion, Ky tion, for I could hardly stand the nains in mv sides. A Shotgun Reception. especially my right one, and down my Emporia, Kas., Sept. 22. right leg. I negan 'If to feel better when I had taken only anyone is going to molest me for one bottle of Compound, but kept on as I was afraid to stop too soon." Mrs. something I did not do, just Sadie Muxlkn, 2728 X. U. St., El- jcome on, and I sure will give Dr. wood, Ind. Why will women tako chances with Patton a. job picking out a few an operation or urag out a sicniy, shot. Mrs. Frank Hurtig." existence, missing threo- fonrths of the joy of living, when tlcy The foregoing notice appears can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's in the Olpe Optimist, published Vegetable Compound ? For thirty years it has been tho at Olpe. standard remedy for female ills, and Hurtig has received Mrs. has cured thousands of women who liave been troubled with such threats of violence if she does displacements, inllnmmation, not leave Olpe, and takes the ulceration, tlbroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indiges- foregoing method of defying her tion, and nervous prostration. It is believed that If you have tho slightest doubt enemies. : feel discouraged, con nervous Dorr has bought a span of white horses for his hearse, and is now better equipped than ever to serve the public when in need of his services. He sells all kinds of furniture, coffins, caskets, picture frames, moulding and everything usually kept in a s furniture and undertaking establishment. first-clas- The Favorite Laxative One NOTARY PUBLIC Abstracting A Specialty, at Night Makes the Next Day Bright; No Change if It Doesn't Surveying and Draughting. ROOM 1. r. Bureau of Indian Affairs been gratefully received by the red men, bath tubs installed two years have not been thoroughly Constipation. We are so positive that Rexall Orderlies will do all that is claimed for them that we positively guarantee to hand back the money you paid us for Marion, Ky. them upon your mere request, if you are not entirely satisfied. The Only Licensed Embalmer in the County Kexall Orderlies are eaten like can-d" are very pleasant to the taste, do not gripe, cause nausea, or any other annoyance usually experienced when "To 6k or Nat to Be" enrolled in school 62, average ordinary cathartics are used. Rexall Orderlies have a positive constantly coughing depends on wheth- daily attendance 48. Honor Roll: Second Grade, regulative effect upon the bowels and er or not you use Dr. Bell's provide permanent relief from A few doses will stop that Onie Davidson 80, Ruth LaRue tend to and the myriad of associo 83, Lemma Franklin 82, Vernon Constipation cough. ate ailments. Besides, they help to Moran 88, Mary Watson 83; overcome the necessity of the constant Crickets Take Possession of Town. Third Grade, Rosetta Towery 8S; use of laxatives to keep the bowels in normal condition. Austin, Tex., Sept. 30. Mil- Fourth Grade, Elmo Watson 80; We honestly believe there is no simGrade, Robert LaRue 80; lions of crickets took possession Sixth ilar medicine so good as Rexall Orderthnt Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vege- someone suspects her of having of this city today and are suc- Eighth Grade, Lecie LaRue 86, lies, especially for children, aged, or table Compound will help you, write to Mrs. Pinkiinm at Lynn, given information to the county cessfully combating the rights of Glenn Carter 83, Adaline Carter delicate people. They are prepared Mass., for advice. Your letter officers of violations of the pro- the original residents. This 82, Bessie McClure 92. in convenient tablet form in three sizes will bo absolutely confidential, Clarence Thompson, Teacher. of packages. Prices, 10c, 25c, and hibition law at Olpe. and t!o ndvioo free. morning Austin awoke to find 50c Why not try them at our risk on the business district black with our guarantee? Indians Use Bath Tubs For Beds. Alter Shaving the plague. The entire fire de- One Million Dollars For A Remember Rexall Remedies can be obtained in this community only at our Banning, Cal., Sept. 29. use Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve. It partment was called out to comGood Stomach store The Rexall Store. Haynes & most of the improvments will prevent the face getting sore. It bat the situation, and tons upon 15 It Taylor Drug Co., Marion, Ky. installed for the Mission Indians destroys germs and prevents contract- tons of water were being thrown ing any of Southern California by the where. disease. 25cts. Sold every- o on walls and sidewalks with a This Offer Should Be a Warning to Every Man and Woman. CONFERENCE OPENS view to drowning the crickets have j j ; i Because of its extremely gentle and effective action, Rexall Orderlies have become the most popular Itemed) for PRESS BLDG. MARION, KY. tl DR. BELL'S F-- ANTI-PAI- N I Opposite Court House, n Interr.-- .' anw External Pains. NlOEIOE3 v, half-hearte- d -Alt- hough Who Has Lost a Necklace? appreciated until recently. The bath tubs installed hi the Indians homes were regarded with suspicion and remained unused until one of the old chiefs discovered that they made excellent beds. He committed his discovery to otheis and now the head of each family possessed of a tub seeks his nightly repose within it. Notice To Taxpayers. Td the taxpayers of Crittenden county. We now have a county Treasurer and I have to settle with him every sixty days, so he can meet the demands that are made upon h'm, and to do that I am compelled to have the money. So if taxes are not paid in at once I will have to force collection of same. This Sept. 20th 1911. Joel A. C. Pickens, S.C. C. Detective Dan Herring, of the Oklahoma City detective force, who arrived here today, failed to find the owner of a gold necklace taken from two thieves now being held in that city. The necklace was thought to have been stolen from a Kentucky lady, SAYS NIGHT RIDERS but no identification resulted. The crooks under arrest there GOT STOLEN HORSE gave the names of Sam Morras and Carl Baker. Morras is an and After Three Years Alleged ently discharged from the Unit Horse Thief Behind ed States army for disability. Bars. They pilfered a room in that city, but the owners of the stolen articles cannot be located. Madison ville, Ky., Sept. 27. Paducah Sun. Aiter waiting for three years, ex-conv- and to wash them out of the The newspapers and medical journals streets through the storm sewAT GREENVILLE recently have had much to say relative ers. For four hours the princi- to a famous millionaire's offer of a pal business streets were several million dollars for a new stomach. inches deep in water and black This great was too Bishop McCoy, of Birmingham, Ocwith crickets. In the residence busy to worry about the condition of cupies Chair An Historical s"ction the crickets remained un- his stomach. He allowed his dyspepsia to run from bad to worse until in the Reliet. molested and arrogant. multi-millionai- re end it became incurable His misfortune serves as a warning to others. Everyone who suffers with dyspepsia for a few years will give everything he owns for a new stomach. Dyspepsia is commonly caused by an Baker was rec- abnormal state of the gastric juices, or by lack of tone in the walls of the stomach. The result is that the stomach loses its power to digest food. We are now able to supply certain missing elements to help to restoro to the gastric juices their digestive power, and to aid in making tho stomach strong and well. We know ianderbilt Training Elkton, Ky. A limited, School for Boys, select school for boys, Faculty of ed men. Our patronage has come from several Southern states. Electric lights, Steam heat, ville. Hot and cold baths. Extremely healthful location $4000.00 spent on improvements last year. NO SALOON It ?FOR YOUNG BOYS. the authorities landed J. C. CarUnsightly ter, alleged horse thief, in the county jail here today. Carter Sores,, boils, eruptions, pimples, blackheads and all skin ejections are very came to Madisonville three years quickly cured by the use of Dr. Bell's ago and represented himself as Antiseptic Salve. 25cts. Sold every- a civil service agent. He went o where, to a livery' stable and hired a horse valued at $250.. The man did not return and all efforts to locate him were futile. About a year after, or two years ago, it was ascertained that Carter had been arrested at Nashville and convicted on a charge of stealing. He was doing time then at Nashville in the state prison. His time was out yesterday, and the Madisonville college-trai- n, authorities were at Nashville to take charge of him as soon as the Tennessee authorities released him. Carter claims that night riders took the horse away from him and that was the reason he did not return to MadisonIf you that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are a most dependable remedy for disordered stomachs, indigestion, and dyspepsia. We want you to try them and will return your money if you are not more that satisfied with the result. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store the Rexall Store. Haynes & Taylor, Marion, Ky. 15 It Greenville, Ky., Sept. 27. The annual session of the Louisville Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, convened here his morning at the courthouse with Bishop While en route to this place to James H. McCoy, of Birmingattend the Methodist conference ham, Ala., presiding. After a sermon by Bishop Mc- from his home at Oxford, Ga., Coy came the rollcall disclosing Dr. J. D. Hammond was robbed in Nashville, Tenn., of $150. Fifty dollars was in New York exchange and he hopes to stop A TEXAS WONDER payment on that amount of his o. a large number of absentees. The conference organized by various committees and by electing Joseph H. Chandler secretary. A cordial welcome was extended to the visiting members by T. N. Belcher in an ad. dress which was feelingly responded to by Bishop McCoy. An interesting bit of church history was disclosed when the Rev. D. S. Campbell, of Lewis-burpresented to Bishop McCoy for use during the conference a table which had been used by the first bishop of the Methodist church in a meeting of the Tennessee conference held in 1814. Bishop William Asbury was the bishop and Greenville was then included in that conMr. Campbell's reference. marks further disclosed that the first Methodist Church was organized in Greenville in 1S08, the first Methodist Church building being erected in Greenville just 100 years aco. Bishop McCoy gracefully accepted the table, after which the routine business of the conference was taken up. The Louisville conference is composed of the following districts which are represented here: Bowling Green, Columbia, Elizabethtown, Louisville, Henderson, Hopkinsville and Owens-borg, 1 i i The Texas Wonder cures kidney and PROGRAM OF TEAChW ine ioiiowing is MEETING bladder TrOUbleS,removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, and all irregulariti es of the kidneys and bladder in both men and Regulates bladder troubles women. in children. If not sold bv your druggist, will bo sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two months' Why People Cough treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from is a mystery when Dr. Bell's will cure any cough. Look for this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold the bell on the bottle. It marks the by druggists. genuine. o rheu-mutism Pine-Tar-Hon- Dr. Hammond is one of the leading ministers of the Southern Methodist Church, having served as secretary of the Board of Education. He is now president of Paine Institu'e. loss. I &l J the program for the 4th District Teachers' Association to be held at Olive Branch Saturday, Oct. 7, 1911: have any doubt ey Opening Exercise, E. F. Dean. Welcome Address, G. D. Kemp. Response, J. R. Travis. First grade course of study prepared for rural schools, discuss the aim, ideals and outline of the work, Mrs. Fannie Wal- Majestic HERBERT BETHEW Theatre Thursday, October 5th ONE NIGHT ONLY supported by an MAN ON Excellent Cast in ker. of the merit of Dr. Bell's Suggest three ways of inter- one bottle will remove that doubt and your cough at the same estirg beginners in percentage, time. Look for the bell on the bottle. Roy Hughes, Sam DeHaven and I is the genuine. o , surroundings excellent. UN .EXCELLED AS A SCHOOL IN TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral 0tho Montgomery. THE THE BOX Nineteenth year of school opeifcSept. 6, 1911. Write for catalogue. Address all com- munications to Matheney & Satts, Desk A. Suggestions Practical for teaching the geography of a conThe first month of Union tinent, Miss Ethel Hard and L. school closed with everybody C. Moore. seemingly, concerned, well The relation between the environment of the tiUDil and his pleased with the work done. The first monthly examination character, Prof. J. U. Snyder. y nat is gooa oraer, o . a. was held, using the questions VbVbhVBIhKIbVbkw'kjuIkI supplied by the county Superinand J. C. Hardin. you teach first, Which would tendent. Following is a report of the enrollment, attendance the history of the state or Na- As Originally Played in New York for 200 nights by Henry and average grades of those who tion? Why? Prof. V. L. ChrisE. Dixey. You've read the book, now see the play. made as hign as ou per cent, on tian and Miss Myrtle Todd. PRICES 25, 35 AND 50 CENTS. Educational value of writing examination. 79, number and drawing, Misses Ruby Hard, First Time at These Prices. Census enrollment Union School Report. iuc-Neel- y tfj -or- - .ivv (IT I; H t 1 ; flsw.ivvi." r-- ivf AN EXAMPLE TO US. "Good Roads Week" Proved to be a Great Success and it Was Aided by Hundreds. "WE DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE USE" trnk ffn f- - And don't have to grease Pr but once a week. Somerset, Ky., Sept. 27. -T- oday was the first dav of the week for Pulaski county which was set aside by Countv Judge R. C. Tartar by public proclamation, and men in large and small squads have been scattered all over the county working on the different roads. Dirt, rock and gravel have been flying fast and furious, and will continue to do Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. ' expected to be at work on public roads in this county on those days. Early this morning on al most every road in the county could be seen crews of men with wagons, plows, shovels and picks and it is believed that this week will see the greatest improvements In the roads of this county ever known in its history. For the past year agitntion of good roads has been keen in Pulaski and the effects are being shown by the improved highways. One of the most modern road building equipments, consisting of two traction engines until Saturday. Friday and Saturday will be the biggest days of the week and several thousand men aie so cannot face the people on its re- - ' come the tremendous commercial cord in Congress and in the White advantage given by an interuban railroad House. It has been pointpd out that be eh on The Legislators to in November will not only oioct the counties which v. i.l be tapped a Senator next January, but hino-tee- n by tho rovl are practically withof the State Senators will out even uect'iit railroad facilithold over for two years and will ies, and none except McCracken vote for Bradley's successor in county has competative freight 1914. Kentucky has never en- - rates. 1 he coal business alone con- - is expected to show the (j percent gaged in a more test. It concerns a Governorship earning power required by the and all the State offices; two Un- - Indianapolis people before they ited States Senatorships, and expend the $5,000,000 neccessary will have an influence on the.touin the rp;yl ready for the election of a President iext year, reception to traffic. That is why Champ Clark, Speak- er of the House, Ocar Under- - Don,t trifle vvith a col(,- 5, soaJ afl. wood, the Floor Leader, Gover-- , vice for prudent men and v . nm. ! nor Marshall of Indiana, William may be vital in case of a chi'.d. There J. Bryan, and all the great nothinff better than Chamberlain's far-reachi- oi Women from Household Drudge has been accomplished by the means of the Agents wanted. Libno. 20G-VACUUM Clothes Washer and the 4B- portable eral commission. Address R. C. oven, which will be shown at Olive & Walkers' Haynes, Marion, Ky. Hardware Store for the next 10 days. The little washer weighs only 1 2 lbs., yet is the only maAllowed $1,000 For chine that washes soiled clothes clean, and that, too, Blood Tranfusion. in ten minutes to the tub, rinsing same in one minrO 111. ute. To be used also in the blue-watss and boiler. Carl le, ClamRoekenhaii&e to.ia ai(vj-t2i Any ord'nary washing done in two hours without cd $1,000 as pnsnieu for biouj jjj) piling the hands in the water, backache, tired arms, taken from her voir s to prolon etc. The 4B Portable cooks more different articles, the life of the late Julia A. Sparks over one flame, than can be done with an entire and the consequent alleged injuries to her mind and body. raie ordinarily; cooks more uniformally and in less than half of the time. Mrs. Sparks was critically ill two 3. floors, etc., are unequaled, chemically prepared. No water used. Every home, office, school or public building should be supplied with these mops. Price 65c. The Simplex Dustless Dust Cloth, dusts and polishes furniture, brie etc. It gives a polish that don't rub off. Price 25 cents. Try these goods and be convinced. If an agent has not called on you, ring telephone P, U n Everybody Take a Look! The Emancipation r D - 1-- er p years ago. od was filed A claim for the bloagainst the estate j and was allowed. At The Opera House. Each a Wonder, in m its sphere the w - FRIFND OF WrtMFIV and other parapharnalia has been purchased by the County Court and is kept busy all the time building pikes in various sections. A number of young ladies are making the rounds of business and professional men who cannot work on the roads themselJB of the stomach. Chamberves and are taking offerings L'"van-acIain's Tablets are essentially a stom- - " from them to employ others in The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy medicine, intended especially to their places. net on the orrran: to clean it, strength- - Truitt died; interment taking place at ' visit-conditi- Theatrical Season to open here Thursday night, Oct., 5th. Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in , .,-, m ... . fQ,w;,r mat.ui.ai iiButc Herbert Bethew in "The Man children. It is safe and sure, For their support to the Kentucky sale by all dealerg o On The Box," will be the offerThey know how Democrats. ing at the Majestic Theatre here vital it is to success in the nation' coming with the original productRODNEY that Kentucky should vote right ion direct from New York and this year. having some beautiful Au- - using the same scenic equipment We are Eloquent as Ollie James is al- tumn days at presant. that Henry E. Dixie did with all ways uoon the stump, he has Some of the farmers are preparing the costumes, electric and proprevealed new powers of oratory to sow wheat. erty effects that made his show and logic in this Campaign. His W. E. Spurier, who has been vis- famous in New York where it speeches are doing a world of iting in old Kentucky, returned to his enjoyed a run of over two huncood for the party, and where home in Arkansas Monday. nights at The Old Madison j. h. Truitt is working on the farm dred Theatre. The Man On ever he has appeared Democratic Square of E. L. Nunn. hopes have been brightened. The Box will be the social event Elmer Sullivan, the oldest son of W. of the season as many society R. Sullivan, of Waco. Texas, is Biliousness is due to a disordered hl Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. people have spoken. -' ' fi-- Ian 3i i """",, ! a "V I igjl W. 0. W. CELEBRATION AND FIELD DAY. $1.25 Evansville and return Via Illinois Central R. R Sunday October 15th, 1911. Spr.cial fast train in each direction. Leave Marion 8:10 A. M. Same date. Returning leave Evansville 10:30 P. M. See small bills for further particulars. W. L. Venner, "Agent.. C. W. Schelke T P. A. Evansville. Ernest Slayden, who was con- Woodson Reunion. - h j VOLUNTEER ROAD WORK. en it, tone and invigorate it, to reguYou are not experimenting on your- late the liver and to banish biliousness self when you take Chamberlain's positively and effectually. For sale Cough Remedy for a cold as that prep- bv all dealers. aration has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds, and can always be depended upon. It is equally valuable Paducah, Ky., Sept., 4. -(S- pecial.) for adults and children and may be young children with implicit given to With absolute assurance in confidence as it contains no harmful the form of an exchange of meo drug. Sold by all dealers. Traction Line. Ollie James Makes Winning Fight. suc-ses- journey triumphant James' through the State. Wherever he has gone immense crowds have greeted him, and the enthusiasm is greater than has been aroused in years in any political Campaign. This is not entirely due to Mr. James' magnetic personality, although he is popular with all classes. It is caused by the desire of the Democrats to show by their presence that they arc going to send to the United States Senate a man who will vote exactly opposite to Senator They recognize that Bradley. one vote in the Senate may mean the control of the body, so closely are the parties divided. It is necessary for the Democratic speakers to raise National issues in this fight. The voters themselves are asking questions about the tariff and the trusts and they have made this great issue a feature of the Campaign. All the efforts of Judge O'Rear to confine this contest to State mat ters have only convinced them that the Republican party wants to change the subject, because it K s All doubt of Democratic dispelled by reading can be the newspaper reports of Ollie moranda between the parties that the American Traction A: Power Company, of Indianapolis will finance the construction of the Kentuckv Southwestern El ectric Railway, Light and Power Co., interurban lines from Ky., to Sturgis, Dekov-en- , Marion, Smithland, Paducah and thence through a thickly populated territory to the head of deep water navigation at Hickman, the final details of the organization are being completed rapidly, and within the next fortnight the company expects to have a corps of engineers in the field making the commercial report and reconnaissance survey, which the A. T. & P. board of directors have required before taking over the financing of the Un-iontow- n, Green's Chapel. 5,000 Men Work 4 Days in Pulaski. Frank Truitt, of Missouri, is visiting his parents at the old home. Somersett. Ky., Sept., 25. J. T Dempsey is thrcugh making Everybody is ready for the ''Volsorghum. Miss Reta Sheely, Walnut Grove, is unteer road working week" in visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Pulaski. Judge Tarter expects Mrs. Harve Fox. at least 5,000 hands to work all nicely beginning the 26th. Nearly ev Dempsey school is progressing with Miss Clara Nnnn as teacher. ery business man in the city has Will Hina, of Bells Mines, is a fre- quent caller at the home of F. L. Nunn. Long live Rodney, Success to the dear old Record-Pres- s. When the bowels become irregular you are uncomfortable and the longer this condition exists the worse you feel. You can get rid of this misery quickly by using HERBINE. Take a dose on going to bed and see how fine you feel next day. Price 50c. Sold o by Jas. H. Orme. donated a hand for the four days. Judge Tarter is distributing 5,000 buttons to the volunteers. During the last year Pulaski has built about 10 miles of pike, and this will be greatly increased next year. Immediately follow ing the Good Roads week a permanent "Good Roads Association" will be formed and the interest kept up. A president and Secretary will be elected and paid a salary- Ham and Eggs Are LILY DALF Tobacco in this section is about all in the house and cured up. victed of murder in Crittenden The Woodson family had a re- Circuit Court, of Crittenden Co., union Wednesday at the home at the March term, 1911, will of Sam S. Woodson on North ask the governor for pardon for Main street, in this city. Those said offense. present were James M. of MarAnd all who object will notify shall counly; John J. of Provi- the governor and state in wui- dence; Sumner F. of Blackford ing any objection. and Houston, of Fairfield, NelThis 26th day of Sept. 1911. son Co., Ky. Making five broth- 15 OCIE SLAYDEN. It ers, who sat at the dinner table. Mrs. Woodson prepared a fine B. Hubbard in The dinner and the five brothers en- J. Mountains of Kentucky. joyed the day talking of childhood happy days. J. B. Hubbard, who resigned his position in the Farmers Bank, is now traveling for the Salem Item. Western Recorder and Baptist Mrs. Hattie Fuller, the beauti- Book Concern of Louisville, spent ful and accomplished young wife Saturday and Sunday here with of one of our soldier boys, was his family and many friends. in our city on business a few Mr. Hubbard has just finished days ago. We can certainly a pleasant and profitable tour of speak for him, he has a Ken six weeks through the mountains tucky queen in every respect, of Kentucky, where beautiful scand she is also noted for being enes and pure air abound. He took an expert telephone operator a twenty-fiv- e e mile ride in an (hello girl.) stage coach, a fine busi- ness altogether made the trip an Mrs. D. J. Hubbard left last ideal one. He left Sunday after-- ' Thursday for Rocky Ford, Colo., noon for a month's work in to join her husband, who has a southern and western .part of Kentucky. good position there. old-tim- . I Scrambled in Runaway. A Marriage Licence. passing train today frightened a John H. Joiner to Mrs. Harriet horse pulling a load of eggs and Todd. driven bv Rey Ham, The horse R. M. Malm to Minnie McEl- bolted, the wagon tipped over murry. and Ham and eggs were thrown W. O. Terrel to Effie Brown. into the street. When Ham LeRoy D. Nunn to Zora M. scrambled from among the eggs Crowel. he resembled an animated ome lette. Notice of Application For Pardon. by local applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portion o the ear. There Is only ono way to euro deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tubo Is inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed, Deafness Is tho result, and unless tho inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever: nino cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Wo will Rlvo Ono Hundred Hollars for any caso of (canscd by catarrh) that cannot bo cured of aU'l Catarrh Coro. Bend for circulars, free. , F. J. CHUNKS-- & CO , Toledo, Ohio. Bold by DnwcliM , 75c. Tako Hall's 1'axallr rills for constipation. We had a nice time at the box supper one night last week which was well attended and a good sum of money was raised to purchase books for a school library. Wo congratulate our teacher, Miss road. The Kentucky Southwestern Sue Moore, for the effort she has put forth in the interest of our school. We company has issued stock at ex- have an teacher of which actly the estimated costs of the we are very thankful. engineers' fee, $25,000, and are There is a good crop of sugar cane selling stock in $10 shares for in this community, some molosses althe purpose of defraying this ex ready made. No other stock sales, pense. The boys, who could not start to subscriptions or bonuses of any school the first day, are thinking about kind are being asked in addition. gathering up their books and getting This stock is being scattered ready to improve their mental faculties. throughout the length and brean is one of the most dth of the territory that will be Lame backof muscular rheumatism forms tapped by the road. A few applications of Chambe.lain's At Paducah and .the larger Liniment will give relief. For sale by o points along the route the whole all dealers. te Newton, "N. J., Sept. 24. Don't miss the base ball game at Maxwell Park, Friday and Saturday I afternoons, between Deafness Cannot Be Cured Notice is hereby Marion High School and Provi- dence.. Come out with your sup port and lots noise. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Copher, returned Thursday from an extended trip to Sikeston, Mo. and other points in the west. Mr .Copher contemplate moving to given that that section XXKXJOSJOS JiKXXUKJBiSOKa: XXXXKX corr-mo- Iwi illinery. For the lands sake use Bowker's fertilizer H K. R.tl,Kc Agent, MariOfl, I' !ft alottment practically has been taken. The company is said to The Dust Problem Solved. have a motive in scattering this You can avoid raising a dust in stock over as wide an area as is possible, as in this way they ob- your rooms, as well as raising tain greater patronage for the cain" about your premises, by using a Simplex Dustless Brown road when it is completed. days the Rag. Dust contains germs whWithin tqe next few officers of the company expect to ich cause disease. These brown visit Crittenden county for the rags are anticeptic, germ proof, purpose of placing their plans be- they pick up and absorb every fore the people and asking them particle of dust they touch. Try to cooperate in their efforts to one. Price 45cts. The Simplex Dustless Floor show the eastern financiers that Ky. southwest Kentucky will wel Mop, for cleaning hardwood j Shower for Miss Murray. Mrs. W. C. Bland of this city, has issued invitations for a mis S3 cellaneous shower for Miss Mabel Murray, for Wednesday after noon October 4. at her beautiful home on outer Main street, from If 2:30 to 5. A large number of in-- 1 vitations have been sent out and Shady Grove, has received millinery and has all the newest and best her fall things. Don't fail to call on her before all the novelties are picked over. Her trimmer is an expert and has taste and knows all the latest styles. Mrs. B. C. BirchfiehJ, i: Mrs. B. C. Birchfield, Shady Grove, Kentucky. . t"..i.-- t ZeT-ZZS- . .. .J- ! IK:::::::;::;:: scskxssxkxw. :s;;::;::;:kx tVnv- 'tr - i. - - :,,'J-.it- vV-Tif.- Crittend en OAM BilOKE Supplement to the Kecora-rr- e SS 01 IMS I (fc 0fc ffi? j G 5 & " Bowkers fertilizer, friends with whom he will mal.e ffrst onslaught. R. H. Kemp, agent, brief visits, When the flood passed, rescuers found bodies in the fence W. W. Whitfield and wife, J. J. Martin, the Sullivan One Hundred And Fifty Lives Lost terribly torn. Many bodies were planter and capitalist, paused who have been guests at the By Breaking of Dam at Austin, Pa. recovered five miles below. through here Wednesday with Gill House while he was emRescuing narties are busy fight- 100 head of fat cattle whim he ployed at the Ice plant, will Austin, Pa., Sept., 30. -P- ossible 150 perse ns. most of them ing flames tonight to save the purchased in the southern sec- leave soon as the ice mnnufact-erin- g women and children, are dead to- bodies buried in the debris from tion of the county near the Cum-- b season is over. bodies being scatter- incineration. : nore wire sixty rivi r. night their Tlnno Mrs. Q. M. Conycr arrived ?m n'ison v Many were ed througli the vallev by the fall in c .vs and .aives an l fort, head home Tuesday nftt rnoon from of water. 50 feet high, that dash- houses washelon t "trh rnur '. o.' fat steers ann they wore a Memphis, Tenn.. where she had ed down Freeman's Hun this but so n licked up wit:. in the fire Dea itiful lot, mid represented a been attending her danghter, pretty bunch of money. afternoon, from the broken dam zone. Mrs. C. II. King, who has been of the Bailees julp mill, and The fire departments from Rev. T. N. Compton, of Owens-bor- ill, but is now convalescent. snuffed out this little city. Smithport, Codersport, Bradford was here Friday and SatJack Clovd, of Denver, Colo., The deluge was followed by and Keating Summit rushed here urday to visit his friend, Rev. J. was here Monday. He contemto fiyht the flames. fire. S. Henry. plates moving to Kentucky and The wreck of buildings left the Austin is a wreck, the living Rev. John S. Henry is unim- may locate near here or at Madigas mains open and the flames hardly able to seek the dead. proved and is gradually growing son ville. spiva'l rapidly. Nearly every survivor suffered The hospital was soon filled with weaker. His friends however, a broken limborstrainor wound. ' the injure I, and bodies were piled have not ceased to hope that his Obituary. Toe flood crushed near I everyrobust constitution will pull him in rows on the lavn. Early, on the morning of Sept. one of the 500 houses. Twice trains from Keating through. 29. 1911 Mary MalindaLamb, the No warning came except a clothing, D. C. Roberts, of Golconda, mother of W. L. Wilson and Hood, i Summit carried food and roar, then the shock of the doctors and nurses into the de- III., who arrived several da s daughter of James and Polly a crash of timbers, then screams stroyed town and brought the ago to vis.t his son, George P. Lamb was called home after a and fear. i.ijured to the lawn. The hos- Roberts, on Walker street, has long life full of service for the On the ci est of the wave rode pital on the hill escaped the flood. been indisposed and it is said, is master and her church and thousand of cords of pulp mill The dam was modern concrete, threatened with malarial fever, neighbors. Jas. and Polly came , timber. This hit houses and supposed to be the most substanMr. and Mrs. J. II. Orme, to this county with their parents stores like a succession of battial in this part of Pennsylvania, family and chauffer will leave, in 1800 find settled near where tering rams. It riddled the frame until a year ago, when the bed this morning for Paducah to at- Quincy ilson now lives. Aunt homes of the workers like was found to be weak. It was tend the horse show and other Malinda as everv one called her, and struck into uncon'extensively repaired then and no festivities which are being ob- was born April 8. 1819 was marthe terror-stricke- n sciousness was felt. The served in the "Purchase Metrop- ried to Lysander H. Wilson Feb. people seeking to swim the flood further uneasiness 4 1847. Of this Union one child recent rains caused added pres olis" this week. to safety. was born Quincey Lysander Wil-so- e sure which is supposed to be reThe water passed the city wall Albert Craig of the Hebron died Feb. 20, 1850. "Aunt sponsible for the break. two miles in length. Section died Sunday morning Malinda" was married to Joseph The rourse from the creek was Bowkers fertilizer, Oct 1st. 1911 of pneunonia and Campbell Aug. 16 18G7. He died down the valley of the Sinnema R. H. Kemp, agent. typhoid fever. He was 14 years She spent the March 11 1875. honing river. Jesse Olive and son, Raymond, of age. Next week we will pub- remainder of her days with her Along the the banks hundreds were in Tolu last week installing lish a memorial from his teach- son. She professed religion at of houses this evening were eith- water systems for the citizens of er. Piney Fork chuch when she was er covered or wrecked by the that community. Their system Mrs. D. C. Roberts of Chicago about 20 years of rge. She joinswollen river. is one of the best known for rurthis week to be the guest ed the Cumberland Presbyterian Costell Hallet, three miles al communities where city con- arrived church at Piney Fork and when of her son Geo. P. Roberts. south, was also wrecked, but veniences are desired. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson and the church was organized at timelv wot'k from Austin saved She C. Bibb, wife and two child- children will leave today for Pa- Sugar Grove about 1840. J. most of the lives there. became a member as that was . The pulp mill, a half mile north ren left Saturday for Washington ducah to attend the horse show. near her home. She was at one i of Austin, was torn fnm its D. C. after spending the month They will go in their automobile. time the sexton of this church, a foundation, with its great piles of Sept., here with his parents, Dr. Mather returned, home on place she filled with much pleasback upon Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bibb, and his Monday afternoon from Greent f logs, and doubled sister, Mrs. Herbert Morris and ville, Ky., where he had been in ure. She attended church as the city. long as she was able, Rev. W. T. The Gordyear Lumber company her famib, and his brother Les- attendance upon the annual ses- Oakley conducted the funeral lie Bibb lad 7,000,000 feet of lumber splendid and wife. He has a sion of the Louisville Conference. services and she was buried in position there in the i ored at the outskirts of the city. After a couple of days here he the cemetery at Sugar Grove. Treasury Department. his added to the great will leave for St. Louis, Chicago, Clerk of Session. attering ram which formed the County Judge J. W. Blue has and Tronto, Canada, where he The planing called an election for a surveyor will attend the Ecumenicol Con. jex. of the flood. hotel and a store building of Crittenden County. Lucian ference of world-wid- e .till, Methodism Meter Drawings for Oct. 1st. . , 11 before the hammering. LaRue was appointed to serve which begins it sessions today The October 1st meter drawing The churches were left stand- - until the next general election, and continues for two weeks. when J. E. Sullenger resigned to The doctor will return by way of resulted as follows, J- R. Frazier i The long barbed wire fence make the race for County Judge. New York, Philadelphia, Wash- R. E. Flanary, Home Telephone 'ng the creek cut off the escape We have not heard of any candi- ington and Indianapolis, in all of Company, W. L. Venner, Levi uf two score wlfo survived the dates but presume some will offer. which places he has a number of Cook. ' o, j ' can-nist- er I log-wat- er 1 - prise her, but bye and ' ye very early that morning aunt Sallie noticed the crop will soon be housed vehicles and s:iv that they wre eom- The tobacco inn to her residence, and they Mrs Carri. Pilaut is at her mother s C()minff unt a lurj?e crow, hni RMlh. sick. Dr. Todd, of Picdomn, is at- - eret, in und ehe know they wera ,.om. tending her. t;, cnjoy this ,,ay witIl j)i!r ; At Lu!o Jeffoid and wife 'ont to Hop- -' noon n nice sumptuous dinner was Sunday on a vuit to relatives served prepared by those Rood peo; le. The luble was just groaning beneath und Heads. load of good cooked vitu Is, such as oung Holland the . Miss EImp Riley nam, beef, pork, pies, cakes, jellies I we wish were married Saturday. and preserves. A most enjoyable uuy them a lung and luppy life was spent together. The writer has Mrs. Mary Hereon irf quite sick. forgotten j'uat how old this good rtiinne Knnnptt. lit Lvmi l' linlV. vis- - woman was but will say she is a very e- The writer wishes her iteo at the hum of Fred Glenn. Sun- - ripe "'' ami many more birthdays like tin. j OALDW KLL t j kiiir-vill-u I M'lilMr- - P. t' section lai't we-- on bnnn?. Jim Mahun an t faniil wsited lives near Birdvill la t wi l Mo. in. of heridan was n thi eln- - I Additional Locals. Bowkers fertilizer R. H. Kemp, agent. Yl'j;ii Ctil, 0 .iii l in tl. cti ii'st WW.. i ace u!!i:i"y his father to the train cn.ot.e to Evansville. Mrs. .!. H. Orme and diu.Ti-teClara Margaret, attended Mm T?nnifil nf- Prfldnni'i KSirtnv r, - i ... n ht Edward Young of Piedoniaj 1 S. Q.iiry, wife and son, .,f section was in the city Ihursday.g,,,,. tg th,8 wew thtf to hear Judge 0 Kears speech, k (), hm bwthQV i M- -. his will ht-ic- s' ats have her in the giv.tt b- -y m I with scores of days. ninco gene house. School other.-- , who h;ive Matthew R. Deboe and famidimi-se- d for two da.s in or- - foie, uniar basking in (he sunlight ly were here Thursday, theguests der thai fiey may be auaiucd i' the. of God's glory. of her sister Mrs. Veinon Oakhuse. A.. F. I'ogue, of Frances, attended ley and to hear Judge O'Rears The mxt iro ought to pass a praver met in at this place Wertr.es- a felony, day night nnd mad" a very nppiopiiute speech. Ihw niacin.' This wouh; lirive ni.ist all respectable talk for the b cfi' of our church and Mrs. Rose Mayes was here meeting at this place. We j prayer men out of the btwineas. Thursday, the guest her sister-in-laend-TShe.ir-lwhat he sail in , . , There was a ox ioper at the school Mrs- Olive Flanary and j Ul irj tuaiiv iauuswo uiai inuMtw - m " Saturday evening, the nr.cei 13 houe :J: their other relatives and friends. olf"r to keep irjin attending are to help pay for the new stove. church duties. This is a matter that John E. Malcomb and wife of Mrs. Jo-i- e Babb has jusf returned 'j. too often, and God .iys in from an X'eid.d visit in Ma-iokn veth to dogood, the Lola section were here Thursillisnxrd "he that day to hear Judye O'Rears speech "'' d"etn it not to Him, it h sin. Lora JnhiiHon U m. Mayes and Mis ibies. fur at aitied t' the Hle.-'- s Travis was Here murs-- ' and sister, Mrs. J. N. Boston, dav from his home at Weston on east Belleville street. Me is now merchandising in the Zed A. Dennett, of the To'u prosperous 0' m i liver town. though old arid feeble n 'i li il 'l n Bank, and his wife were in the has pnW wri,,.r hopes that ou g Adam, mir ,, ..I il ludge nit! Blackburn and city Monday. Mrs. Glenn uu Hen Peak, who ,., of r.Ih to li n..-mit her to enjov in f .mily of lV.i.:c .!i wt so here the enroute to visit her parents, Prof thm to hit new store hup pe0J,e n(i, f, w:,.,.. .u,.,,. near the w,h l(10 lriul, of jfe AV n0)W Ul 1)(J a middle of last weei; lor a few and Mrs. J. C. Glenn atKuttaw.i. &. U. -, , ch-ut- R.LNuni ,j iit-- Bowkers fertiliz-r- , en R. H. Kemp, agent. "boot-leiryin- g" Kit Shephard and John Franklin, two wealthy citizens of Tolu, have placed orders for water systems in their homes. Jesse Olive will install them. J. Henry Wood left Monday afternoon for Anniston, Mo., to visit his brother, Ira M. Wood, for a week or ten days. A protracted meeting will begin at the Southern Presbyterian church or: the 3rd., Sunday in Oct. The Pastor, H. V. Escott, conducting same. R. A. Rodgers and son, t, left Friday for Cincinnati, Ohio, to sign contracts for "the New Year for the big buggy manufacturers they represent. w, I - n. r4et every one that can como to our Miss Lora Johnson of Caldwnll position 'dedication .t Seven Springs Oct. 8th. Springs section, was here Thurs' This U a mailer of vast importance a& assistant jeweler at Kuttawa. day visiting friends and was also every one. and .should iut-re- st We know our m w bridge is on t! e i Em-miton a little shopping trip. I The ice cream supper at Tom Pat- way, but it has not arrived. success, was Bowkcrs fertilizers. at the corner of tar.'s Saturday ninht, of a 0 that mud-hol- e Mis Lulu undiT the nianigement i . R. H. Kemp, agent. . Mrs W. K. Oliver s woods. How the i wuu nuto men do curse it, and the team- n. wueeier, house.is ueacnuig buiiuui at Boaz school P. E. Shewmaker, the old merster dread it. How badly they all want it fixed. Our new housb of worship at this chant is again in the harness at place, has been treated to a handsome Weston and would like to see all Brother Johnson says, he has do 'ad- carpet. CORRECTION. vantage of de fallow what ride-- t in de his old friends there once more. automobile, for he can hear de Fongs I give coupons on the automoHe sold goods first over fifty of de swe"t little birds and smell de MV SAL. KM. bile on all purchases or payments ) ears ago. sweet scent of de rose- and speak to on account over 50 cents, but hi friends on de way, but dat fellow Dr. RadcliffeofTilineandMrs. will not use the small denominatSome sickness in this neighborhood. d.it rides di m critters can't enjoy des of Marion M. Frisbie Farmers are housing tobacco with a E. ions 5, 10 and 25 cent tickets. tings. visited in Lv n countj Monday. Hugh Brown has accepted t ... - We eun have no belter government Pastures are fine in this section. thi n our public men are capable and we desiiom of making. Therefore, Jim LaRue returned from Memphis should select our very beat men to last week. make ami to administer our laws. Will Sitco, of View, was in this secDon't save all the flowers until your tion lust week. friend dies and then pile them on his Rev. Boucher came over to his regu-- 1 grave. If he has done you any good lar appointment the first Saturday and tell him of it while he is living. Sunday. rush. closed contracts last week for automobiles with John W. Wilson J. H. ORME, Druggist. At The Majestic the agent for the "Ford." These great luxuries are gradually be SKVbN .SPRINGS Our people are divided over a bond issue for the Jeff Davis highway. Rev. U. G. Hughes, of Marion, was with us at prayer meeting Wednesday 'ght and conducted the service for us. le read for his lesson the 12th chapter of Romans. Mrs. Luda Stubblefield U very sick it the residence of her stepfather in his community, and tiut little hope is itertained of her recovery. Jim Patton and children, of Caldwell 'prings, were visiting his parents ut his place Sunday. , By John Floyd, of Sisco's Chapel, was in this section last week on business. Charley Brown and sister. Miss Minnie, of Crayne, were the guests of Mont Davenpjrt and family last week. and family, of Win. Montgomery Mexico, were the guests of Andrew Wheeler and family Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Elvis Moore, of Salem, attended church at New Salem, Sunday. Mrs. Dora Davenport, Mrs. Edna The relatives of Mrs. Sallie Boaz Davidson and Mrs. Harris Tutt, were . I a r tr tntn (nntnlftr .La1 ""B " hv. cieu t lm pleasant callers in this neighborhood ., ii the morning of Sept. 27th, that f g her birthday, to celebrate and en- Mrs. Robert Boyd and Mrs. James y this day with her and aunt' Alec rouch. This was kept a secret from Walker, of Salem, came over to church a mt Sallie, as they all wished to sur- - at New Salem Saturday and Sunday. '7 . ing taken by people everywhere Finp fihnw lirrp nr. r.Vio ATnipaHp. who are able to afford them and Theatre Thurgday night Qct are in many instances supplant 5th. Harold McGrath's fasciing horses and vehicles. nating little story, "The man on A. Gugenheim spent last week the Box" in Grace Livingston in Evansville attending the Jew- FurnLss dramatization or in its holiday entertainments, production by Herbert Bethevf ish which are celebrated at this seas- and all star Co. The role of on of the year by all those loyal Lieutendant Warburton made famous by Henry E. Dixey is to that faith. well handled by Mr. Bethew. Mrs. S. Gugenheim and her He injects none of the bombaste son spent several days last week into his lines, but does his work at Providence, Ky., and in Evans- in an easy, simple manner makville, Ind., visiting relatives of ing the very best of a difficult herself and husband, and return- part that could be easily overdone ed home Monday. and by overdoing ruined. The Mabel Butler of Sikeston, supporting company is excllent. Miss Mo., arrived Thursday to be the This same Company will appear guest of her cousin, Miss Daisy here Thursday night, Oct, 5th. , at the Majestic Theatre. Copher. Bowkers fertilizer. R. H. Kemp, agent. Or. Bell's Pine-Tar-H- on For Cougha and Coldc.