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You nay think, because you
hate long had It, that you muit
bate a headache every eaontb,
belnj a women.
nut II you think ao, you are
wrong, ilnce a headache la a
sign ol disease ol )our womanly
organs, that thousands ol other
women bate beeo able to relict e
or cure, by the use ol that wonder
lul, woman's medlclna,
WINE OF CARDUi Jin
"I rccowmend Cardul to all nick
women' writes Mrs. A. C. Heater
ol Lnlcol, Tcnn. "I suffered with j
headache, bearing-down pains,
led swelled, pains In shoulders
and many others. At last I look
Cardul, hate gained 20 pounds
and hate lound It the beat medicine
I cter wed lor female
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FKLR ADVICE.
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."ftnitl A. Hugh, says: "I cannot Huy
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BUNKS CLOSED IN OKLAHOMA
Governor Adopts Plan to Save Smaller
Institutions That Have
Been Refused Help by
Oklahoma City, Oct. 1K. Kvery
hnnk in Oklalioma City, remained
closed to-day, id accordance with
issued by Territorial Governor
Frank 1'rantz. It is understood that
the order affects all national banks
OLlnhom.1 and Indian Territory.
The action wa taken because the
banks ol Kansas City and St. Louis
refused to forward cash to the banks
of the Southwest. It is iaid that
telephone consultation of many of
the bankers oi Oklahoma, Indian
Territory, Arkansas and Northern
Texas took place during the early
this morning and that all decided
upon similar action.
There has been no uneasiness iu
this city, and the bankorssay the deposits
last week wore greater than at
any j revious week in the month
The is for the purpose of
protection in case of a run.
Since the banks here could not get
'cash from Kansnt City in case of a
run, ttiey considered ttie risK too
great. Tho banks of this city are
carrying many of the small banks
over this territory. They have ar-
raiigotl to issue Clearing House
certificates until conditions improve.
Will Cure You.
Tho liver is tlio main-spring for tho wholo body. To xpcct
coort health, ono must la-op tho Hvit In giHxl order. To do m,
n regulator Ih lurxlod. Ilerblno will put your llvur In tho
itrhould bo and vou will not Buffer from hvndncucs.
A POSITIVE CURE
FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA
AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
Has Done A World Of Good.
Mr. ('. 1). IMullev, Mnrhlo Fall". Texan. wrlteHt "I Imvo
lined llcrhln nml llncl It th liver cornotlvo riiinvcvtr
tried. It done mv family a well as uiywlf a world of good,
and I reeoiinn. ml' It to all my friends. 1 uovcr uutler irom
50c WILL l'V IT.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
Coo.w2 N. Second St.. ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sold and Recommended by
James H. Orme, Marion, Ky.
The banks of the Southwest arc
further embarrassed because of the
demand for each to move the cotton
G. B, Burhans Testifies After
G. 1$. Hurhnns, of Cnrlislc Center,
N. Y., writes: "About four years ago
I wrote you stating that I had been
entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking less than two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure. It eetirely stopped
the brick dust sediment, and pain
nnd symptoms of kidney disease disappeared.
I am glad to say that I never
had a return of any of those symptoms
during the four years that have elapsed
and I am evidently cured to stay cured
and heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Cure to any ono suffering from
kidney or bladder trouble."
Kentucky State Convention.
Plans for the Sixth Annual
State Development Convention
to be held in Louisville on Nov. l!Uh,
120th and 21st arc rapidly maturing
and acceptance arc being received
from eminent speakers who have been
invited to take part in the program.
Kvcry line of industry will be
given due attention on the program,
speakers of wide renown discussing
topics which are now occupying the
minds ol the ctti7cus of Kentucky.
A local Committee on Arrange
ments composed of a dozen of leading
business men of Louisville, has the
work in charge and it is evident at
this time that the Sixth Annual State
Development Convention will be the
greatest meeting of all. Low rail,
road rates have been practically secured
by the Committee on Trans,
portation under Chairmanship of V.
A. Hussoll, General Passenger Agent
of the L. A: X. Railway Co , and the
hotels arc being prepared to entertain
delegates without an advance
in rate. Letters of invitation arc
being mailed daily to leading citizens
of Kentucky and it is expected that
there will be at least six hundred
people on the floor of the
Forest conditions in tho Appalachian
Range, and in Koutucky
in particular, will be discussed
by W. L. Hall, Assistant to the
Chief of the United States
Service. Mr. Hall has had
charge of the recent investigation
into the Hardwood situation and he
is well prepared to teach
needed lemons in the conserva.
lions of their forosts. ff
Agricultural will be discussed by
W. M. Hayes, Assistant to Secretary
of Agriculture, Wilson. Other topics
of interest will bo as well covered
and it is anticipated that much good
will accrue to tho State through tho
medium of the Convention.
Take some good reliable and safe
digestant like Kodol for Dyspepsia.
Kodo! is the best remedy known todny
for heart burn, belching and all troubles
arising from a disordered digestion.
It is pleasnnt to take nnd afTords relief
promptly. Sold by J. H. Orrne.
Don't Ruin Ycr Best Horse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints arc always more or lcs prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man ha ruined Ins best hone going for a doctor
when some ol his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera
morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency.
Chamkerlam's CoSic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Is the most successful medicine produced for these diseases and can
always be depended upon. No can piesiribe a better nedtcine.
It is almost certain tr be the Summer is over. Buy it now.
The Texas Panhandle.
To the Panhandle country, my friond
why not go?
Whore the winters arc mild with seldom
Where the cool breeze of summer,
refreshing and grand,
Fans the brow of the maid and the
Where water as pure as the dew drops
And sparkle iu sunlight, beneath the
Is found in abundance, and thanks
to man's 'kill,
Is pumped from the earth, by the
clever wind mill,
Where the country lies lovol, rich,
fertile and good,
That the rainfall is ample is well uu.
here Buffalo grass, once the friend
of the beast,
Is yielding its place to the grain ol
Where corn, rye and barley,
maize, oats and wheat,
And fruits of the orchard, the world
can not beat.
Where products of gardens, and melons
With those on exhibit at a grand
Where cattle and horses in pastures
And sheep, hogs, and poultry, of
them I must speak,
All arc grown with profit and but
By the farmer and ranchman on the
great Texas plains,
Where the people are prosphrous and
live at their case.
Kujoylng a climate that's free from
Pure air and pure water, and bright
One glance at this country will open
Where taxes arc low, good laws are
By wise legislation the country has
A public school fund, the envy of all
The States in the Cnion, be they
great or small.
Where land is now cheap, but will
not so remain,
As thousands arc going on the
They are buying for homes, for com-
fort and health, Lav
Advance in investments alone, will
My friends take advice, a good
A homo iu the Panhandle is fit for n
But while you can, you will find out
in time, -.. ,
The truth simply stated in this little
2lr I A. J. Lke,
Kansas City. Mo.
Always Was Sick.
When a man says he always was
sick -troubled with a cough that lasted
allwintcr whnt would you think if he
should say he never was sick since
uscing Rallard's Horehound Syrup.
Such a man exists.
Mr. J. C Clark, Denver, Colorado,
writes: "For years I was troubled
with a severe cough that would last all
winter. This cough left me in a miser
able condition. I tried Rallard's iiorc
hound Sytup nnd have not had a sick
day since. That's whnt it did for me.
Sold by J. H. Orme.
A Sad Happening.
Opal Walker, little daughter of
Mr. Charlie Walker, was terribly
burned a few days ago; while playing
around the fire her clothes caught
fire and no one being prchcnt she
was soarcly burnt before any one
could reach her. Sho only lived a
few hours. Little Opal Walker was
born September 'A, l'.MKI, and on Oct.
14, 11)07, the angels called her from
earth's lonely walk. We bare in sorrow
at the taking off of this little
one feeling that while- the ripened
fruit may be gathered, it seems cruel
that the bud should be taken before
it has even opportunity to unfold its
blosoiu. Hut in nature fruts fall,
and so do blossoms and buds. In the
ways of kind nature this is perhaps
best, and in the taking from the
tho loved one, this little one. They
will try to accept the cross and bear
its blessing that the bud will yet
blosoni and bear fruit in the angel
land whither tho spirit of this pure
child has so early flown.
Continued from page six.
Stinnett. Robert H 1.60
Shewy, Wesley 1.C0
Slsco, Geo. M 1.60
Summers, Geo 1.60
Shockley, .las. W 1.60
Smith, Geo. W 1.60
Smith, Sam II 1.60
Sehook, .1. W 1.60
Simpson, Jus. L 1.60
Simpson, Thos. It 1.60
Simpson, Jno. M 1.60
Stansbcrry, James 1.60
Stansberry, Krancla M 1.60
Sanders, Chas. II 5.05
Skinner. Marlon 160
Smith, Jesse V 1.60
Smith, .las. A 1.60
Snow, Jno. C 1.60
Spencer, Snin N 1.60
Thurman, Wnlter G 1.60
Thurman. Wm. J 1.60
Travis, Forest 1.60
Turl?y, Reuben 1.60
Thnrp, Thos. II 1.60
Thomas, II. II 1.60
TInsIo. Richard G 1.60
Terry. Chns. E 1.60
Trultt. Luclnn W 1.60
Thurman, Jestln N 1.60
Thurman, Irvln 1.60
Trail. W. M 1.60
Terry. Norbon 1.60
Threlkeld. Valentino 1.60
ThomnB, Geo 1.60
Taylor. Jno. A 1.S0
I'ttiTback, Chas 1.60
Vosler, Luther B 1.60
Vosfer. Dalton 1.60
Vaughn, JnckVon 1.60
Vinson, Henry 1.60
Vinson, Frank 1.60
Wallingford, Hochoster 1.60
White. Wm. B 1.60
Wllborn. T. B 3.60
Wing, M. A 1.60
Wilborn, Jas. M 1.60
Waddell, Henry 1.60
Wnddell, Dick 1.60
Walker. Andrew J 1.60
Watts, Jas. 1 1.60
Watts, Win. W 1.60
Wootton, Clayborn 1.60
Watson. Jno. W 1.60
Winders, Jno. W 1.60
Winters, John 1.60
Whatson. Thomas 1.60
Williams, Frank L 1.60
Williams, Chas 1.60
Waggoner, Jno. W 1.60
Walker, Chester 1.60
Wltherspoon, Wm. A 1.60
Wood. Robert 1.60
York, John 1.60
Yeakey. Otto P 1.95
Yates. Jas. L , 1.60
The above Is a true list of all
persons as returned by the Sheriff on
his return of Tax Warrants as uncollected.
C. E. WELDOX,
Clerk Crittenden County Court.
The New Pure Food and Drug Law
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles' is not aflected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and
adults. J. H. Orme.
A Good Boy
s L j Avoids Trouble.
And so a wise man
insures his property
Tis folly to be otherwise.
Buy the best fire
policy. Why be content
just as good ?
GET THE BEST I
We make a specialty of
dwelling policies for
town or country.
CRIDER & WOODS
5 INSURANCE. 5
Telephone i Over I'ostotilce J
5 One of the oldest I-'ire Agencies in J
Stop That Cold
To check earlr coldi or Grippe with "rreYcntlcV
means sure defeat tor fiieumonla. To stop cold
with Prevcntlcs Is safer than to let It run and bo
obliged to euro It afterwards. To bo sure. Pro.
veutlcj will euro oven a deeply seated cold, but
taken early at the snoeze stairo they break, or
head off these early colds. That's surely better.
That's why they aro called Preventlcs.
Provcntlcsaro llttlo Candy Cold Cures. No Quln.
toe, no physic, nothing sickening. Nice for the
children and thoroughly safe too. If you feel
chilly. It you sneeze. If you ache all over, think ot
PreTcntlcs. Promptness may also save half your
usual sickness. And don't forget your child. If
there Is fererlshness, nlghtorday. Herein probably
lies rreventics' greatest efllclency. Gold In
5c boxes for the pocket, also In 25c boxes ot 43
proveutlcs. Insist on your druggists giving ou
HAYNES & TAYLOR.
Bourbon Poultry Cure.
A superior remedy and tnio
for fowls. Tscd throughout the
famous Bluegrass region f
Cures and Prevents
Cholera, Limbcrncck, Roup,
Gapes, Blackhead, Diarrhoeand
other destructive blood and
germ discuses in turkeys and
chickens or vouit money hack.
Adds tonic and medicinal qualities
to the drinking water or
food, which destroy all germs
and poisons and prevents disease.
Price 50c for large bottle.
will be sent by return mail,
prepaid, if you state how many
fowls you keep. Address
BouniioN Kemeuy Co., Inc.,
Lexington, - - Kentucky.
R. L. Flanary's
Representing the Farm Department
of the Continental Fire Insurance
Co., of N. Y., for Crittenden, Lyon
and Livingston counties, The Phoenix
Mutual Life Ins. Re., of Hartford,
Conn., The Standard Accident
and Health Ins. Co., of Detroit,
Mich., Indiana and Ohio Live Stook
Ins. Co., of Crawfordsvillc, Ind.
Call on or write
R.L.FLANARY, Tom. C.Cook,
Marion, Ky. Frcdonia, Ky,
S. P. Behry, Smithland, Ky.
Kevil & Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Fire Insurance Agency in
If you have property in the town f
Marion, let them insure it. You
shall have no reasons to regret it.
Office in Press Hulding, Room 5
Miss Nell Walker
and Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn.
W. H. CLARK,
Special attention given to collections.
Will practice in all the courts of the
State and in the United States court.
Office in Press Building, Room 7.
Phone 207. Maiuon, Ky.
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
Office in Press Building, Room 5
Marion - - Kentucky
Large Stock of Electric
Light. Street Railway
and Telephone Suppli e
Constantly on Hand.
Don't fail to send for Iatc3t Catalogue
Jas, Clark Jr, Electric Co.
313 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky. I
Sluggish Liver a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot accomplish very much if
your liver is inactive as you feel dull,
your eyes are heavy and slight exertion
exhausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup stimulates the liver and howels
and makes you feel hright and active.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is mild and very
pleasant to take. Orino is more effective
than pills or ordinary cathartics.
Refuse substitutes. J. H. Orme.
When the Stomach, Heart, or Kid
ney nerves get weak, then these organs
always fail. Don't drug tho Stomach,
nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys.
That is simply a makeshift. Get a
prescription known to Druggists everywhere
as Dr. Snoop's Restorative
tablets or liquid and see how quickly
help will come. Free sample test sent
on request by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
Your health is surely worth this simple
test. Sold by James H. Orme.
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