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Letter From Texas.
Arlington, Texas, July 20, 1907.
Mr. J. 13. Kevil,
Dear Sir: 1 had a letter from you
dated the ."th, which I answered. I
have decided to write to you again, j
but on a different subject.
My father moved from Marion in
1S75, an early day, and I never heard
hiiu assign but one reason forcouiini;
to Texas, and that va, that his boys
could get laud. He never owned
more than 100 acres. But he got
where his boys had a chance. There
are two of us, John and myself. We
have handled quite a lot of land, we
have several hundred acrc yet, up
into the thousand.
But what I want to say to you is
this I have a town site in Wheeler
county, a new town, and some land
near the town and 1 want some settler"
for the land. The land is trood
farm land and anyone should be able
to make a good living on the land.
While the land sells for only $10. to
20. per. acre, yet it is certainly
worth $40. to $50. per acre. I want
four families that are of good moral
character, I would prefer that they
be dirlerently ieligiou. I want four
families to settle on l!40 acres in two
miles ot Kamsdell, Texas, Wheeler
county. You can look on the Rock
Island maps and see Kamsdell to be
83 miles cat of Amarillo, Texa.
I will give them all they can make
on the land for t wo years, and pay
them for their wire, lumber and posts
when they get ready to leave, after
the two years are out, that is, I will
pay what the stuff cost, they can
take a receipt lor what they are out
and then take good care of the stuff.
1 will want them to set out a few
trees, but that will take but little
time and I will furnish the trees.
The laud t extra good level farm
land. I will not want to iret the
land adulterated with Johnson :ras
I will refer you to Mr. Crider, ot
Canyon City, Tex., and if they would
like for him to come to see my proposition,
I will pay his way to ee the
land. I will -ay thN, that 1 think
this a liberal proposition 1 am making.
I am iiivini; away the first fifty
4? To the taxpayers
43 who owe taxes for the
Jj Your taxes are
43 trouble for all concerned it you win pay j
4l them at once.
43 I, or one of my deputies will be at
43 Fords Ferry, Friday August 2.
id A due consideration of the above
43 be appreciated by
2j J. F. FLANARY,
43 Sheriff Crittenden County.
There is one thine that will
cure it Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the germs
which cause this disease.
The unhealthy scalp becomes
healthy. The dandruff disappears,
had to disappear. A
healthy scalp means a great deal
to you healthy hair, no
The beat kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over ixty year."
MwSe by J. c. Att Co.. Lowell, Hm.
Alio muiunciureri 01
JJ O CHERRY PECTORAL.
business or resident lots in Ramsdcll
in the way of advertising, but they
must be occupied. Several of the
lots are already taken, but I will
give any lot, not taken, who may per
chance desire to go from there and
occupy the lot.
There is good bargains in land
near Kamsdell and if any are interested
in the land question they may
write to The Kamsdell Land and
Co., Ramsdell Texas,
Wheeler county, or write to me at
K. R. Wallace.
How to Avoid Appendicitis.
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually constipated.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
chronic constipation by stimulating the
liver and bowels and restores the natural
action of the bowels. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or
gripe and is mild and pleasant to take.
Refuse substitute. J. II. Orme.
Be Kind in Little Things.
The sunshine of life is made up of
little beams that are bright all the
time. In the uursery, on the playground
and in the choolroom, there
i room all the time for little acts of
kindness, that cost nothing but are
of Crittenden county
present year. &fr
due, and it will save 8
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$".if lycsSF ' ?a
worth more than gold and silver. Tp
give up something when giving up
will prevent unhappiness; to yield
them persisting will chafe and fret
others; to go a little way around
rather than go against another; to
take an ill word or a cross look rather
than to resent it; these are the ways
in which clouds and storms are kept
off and a pleasant, smilling sunshine
secured even in an humble home,
among very poor people, as well as
in families in higher station. Much
that we term the miseries of life
would be avoided by adopting this
rule of conduct. Ex.
A Happy ramily.
J. J. Mann, of Fordyce, Ark., writes:
Use Carlstedt's German Liver Power
for ten years, cured my wife of female
troubles. Haven't had a doctor for
six years, formerly paid two or three
doctor bills a year. Would not be without
it. Worth its weight in gold
Guaranteed under the Pure Food and
Drugs Act. Price 25c. Sold by all
Dies at Dawson.
Col. Isaac H Trabue. in ante-bellum
days a leading citizen and business
man of this place, but recently
of Punta Gorda, Florida, died last
week at Dawson Springs and was
buried in the state cemetery at Frankfort,
Kentucky. He was the last
survivor of a noted Kentucky family
which claimed Hawesville as its
home, all of his brothers and sisters
bavins died before him. He was a
man of affairs and laid out and owned
most of his home town in Florida.
Before leaving Kentucky, he had a
state reputation as a lawyer, aud
later acquired fame as an author, by
the publication of his book, "The
Black Wench.'" Hawesville Clarion.
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note it is made alone for Piles,
and Its action is possitive and certain.
Itching, painful, protruding or blind
piles disappear like magic by its use.
Large nickel, capped glass jars 50 cents
Sold by Haynes & Taylor.
Carefulness And Carelessness.
It is easier to avoid mistakes than
to correct them after they have been
made. It takes less time and energy
to stop and think and question a line
of action wisely, than it does to rush
ahead thoughtlessly and carelessly do
the thins; wrong, and then have to
undo it and do it over again properly.
Worse yet if it is a thiug that cannot
be undone, that must stand as a monument
to our lack of care and thought.
Either carefulness or carelessness
can soon be made a habit. What
habit is better, that of making mistakes
or the habit of getting things
right? The answer is not hard to
gue. Neither is the right habit so
hard to form. Every repetition of
the mental acts of choosing the right
thing to do and the right way to do
it, helps to fix the habits and avoid
mistakes. Each triumph leads joyfully
and easily on to the next one
just as each mistake of the careless
person opens the gate for the next
one to slip in.
Better far, had we avoided mistakes,
than wasted time and strength
making and correcting them. Ex.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera And
Diarrhoea Remedy, Better
Than Three Doctors.
"Three years ago we had three doctors
with our little boy and everything
that they could do seemed in vain At
last when all hope seemed to be gone
we began using Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in
a few hours he began to improve.
Today he is as healthy a child as parents
could wish for." Mrs. B. J.
Johnston, Linton,, Miss. For sale by
J. H. Orme the leading drug store in
Western Kentucky, Haynes & Taylor
the enterprising druggist in Marion.
That we Could all Dream.
A few nights ago John Vandiver,
a prosperous farmer living near Rock-port,
Ky., dreamed that a large
amount of money was buried in the
hollow of a tree on his farm. The
dream seemed so real that he decided
to search for the tree, which he soon
located. A tin can was found in the
hollow which contained over 3,000,
in gold and greenbacks. Mr. Van-
diver is at a loss to know who the
original owner was. Ex.
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve penetrates the poes and heals
quickly. Sold by J. H. Orme.
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How to be Miserable.
Sit by a window and look over tho
way to your neighbor's excellent
which he has recently built and
paid for and fitted out, and sigh, "O
that I were a rich man!"
Get angry with your neighbor and
think you have not a friend in the
world. Shed a tear or two and take
a walk in the cemetery and keep continually
saying to yourself: "When
shall 1 be buried here?"
Sign a note for a friend and never
forget your kindness, and every hour
in the day whisper to yourself: "I
wonder if he'll ever pay that?"
Think everybody means to cheat
you. Closely examine every bill you
take and doubt it being genuine until
you have put your neighbor to a
great deal of trouble. Put confidence
in nobody and believe every
man you deal with to be a rogue.
Never accomodate if you can possibly
help it, Buy as cheap as you can
and screw down to the lowest cent.
Grind the faces and hearts of the unfortunate.
Brood over your misfortunes,
your lack of talent aud believe
that at no distant day you will come
to want. Let the poorhousc be ever
in your mind, with all the horrors of
distress aud poverty.
Follow these recipes strictly and
you will be miserable to your heart's
content, if we may so speak, sick at
heart and at avariancc with the world.
Nothing will cheer or encourage you,
nothing will throw a gleam of sunshine
or a ray of warmth into your
heart. You will be an isolated
creature, a perfect picture of woe,
discontent and despair. Ex.
HAD AN AWFUL TIME
But Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
And Diarrhoea Remedy
It is with pleasure that I give you
this unsolicited testimonial. About a
year ago when I had a severe case of
measles I got caught out in a hard
rain and the measles settled in my
stomach and bowels. I had an awful
time and had it not been for the use
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have
possibly lived but a few hours longer,
but thanks to this remedy I am now
strong and well. I have written the
above through simple graditude and I
shall always speak a good word for this
remedy. Sam H. Gwin, Concord, Ga.,
For sale by J. H. Orme the leading
drug store in Western Kentucky,
Haynes & Taylor the enterprising
druggist of Marion.
Letter from Geo. H. Crider.
Mt. Whitney, Cal., July 14, '07.
Dear Marshall: Come out and
spend a few days in the mountains.
Mount Whitney is 100 miles from
the Railroad. There is lots of bear,
deer and turkey, alto grouse in the
mountain?. Trout fishing is fine. I
am 200 mile from my family. I
will go to the Ocean tonight. California
is fine for scenery. All kinds
of wages are high here, living expenses
very reasonable in the fruit
belt. I never hear from Kentucky
any more, not in one place long
Geo. H. Crider.
At this season we should eat sparingly
and properly. We should also help
the stomach as much as possible by the
use of a little Kodol occasionally.
For Indigestion and Dyspepsia will
rest the stomach by actually digesting
the food itself. Sold by J. H. Orme.
Eclipse of the Moon.
The partial eclipse of the moon
on the night of the 24th, was an
object of interest to many people.
Tho moon entered the earth's dark
shadow at !):04 and at 10:22 the
eclipse was at its largest, about five-eighths
of the moon's diameter being
bidden. The moon left the shadow
The night was clear and the eclipse
was visible with the naked eye almost
as well as with a telescope.
Hunting For Trouble.
"I've liyed in California 20 years,
and am still hunting for trouble in the
way of burns, sores, woumds, boils,
cuts, sdrains, or a case of piles that
Bucklen's Arnica Salve wont quickly
cure," writes Charles Walters, of Alleghany,
Sierra Co. No use hunting,
jar. TTMiierv, iv vures every cose,
I eed at J. H. Orrne's drag store. 26c.
Open Every Night,
8 to 10:30 o'clock.
Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs.
Special Attention Given Ladies and Children.
ADMISSION 10 Cents.
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
"A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION"
the old, complicated "germy" wooden beds have given way to the
simpler, cleaner and far more beautiful " Sanitaire '' Beds, the beds in which
every point is open to fresh air and sunlight, and in which dust can't collect
nor vermin breed. If you would sleep in cleanliness you can't get
along without one of these hygienic
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All rbriMuu urce tbelr ok. Their finHbej ire bnutilul. bird ind inootb. Snowy White'
ad Simolre Gold " anil Korei of others. Their eicluure detlm ire artutic. fall of trice and
crhtinility. WHY NOT PREVENT SICKNESS f Trade your old wooden bed or ie it awiy.
Call and lee iheie " Sanitaire Bedi." Ycu are welcome, whether yon buy or not. You'll want a
"Sanitaire Guaranteed Bed" tome day. We fuarantee Sanitaire Bedi lor lerrice.
Handsome Hand-Decorated Dinner Set.
This is our liberal offer:
When your purchases after this date amount to $50.00 wo will present
to you a handsome hand-decorated Dinner Set upon payment of $2.25 to
cover freight and packing charges. Commence your purchases at onoc and
you will be surprised how soon you will be able to secure one these handsome
Dinner Sets. Get a card and have your cash purchases recorded.
When the card is cancelled ask for a new one.
One Dinner Set Free with $100.00 cash trade.
You will find these Beds on sale at
The Undertakers and Furniture Dealers
Call and See Them !
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A Cure For Constipation And
Piles Discovered At Last.
Carlstedt's German Liver Powder;
removes the cause and cures every
case. Never a failure reported. Try
it. Guaranteed under the Pore Food
and Drugs Act. Price 25c. Sold by
all Druggists. f
LESSONS BY MAIL
MO FOR NIWOATALOQ
a rawmn -y
For Sale, or Rent,
House, in Marion, containing sir
rooms Two acres of ground. Well
cistern, stock pond, and stable ob
premises. Write to me at Princeton,
or see mo at train.
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