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DAVIS & DAVIS
Denver Is Proud 01 Her Big Auditor-lam
and Should be ol Course.
Denver, June f. Costing
with seating capacity for
$12,509 people , and coJUining probably
the most perfect heating and
ventilating system oi any public
building of the world, Denver's monger
auditorium will throw open its
doors June 27th to welcome the long
list of conventions to beheld in Denver
and other arrangements for the
Democratic National Convention
which will convene in the auditorium
July 7th, have been completed and
excepted by the national committee.
The hall will accomodate more than
12,000 people and the first floor
alone will have ti.000 regular seats.
The auditorium is constructed so that
the huge stage is near the center of
ths building, being built on this
plan so one half of the structure can
bo used as a theater, the other half
being entirely shut off by the flies
and wings of the stage. On the occasion
of a big convention the stage
scenery and equipments can be elevated
to a storage roof and the entire
building converted into a huge con.
vcntion hall, with a balcony circling
the whole structure and a large gallery
at both ends. The building is
260x200 feet in dimensions and is of
the height of a five-story buiiding.
It is a great building.
Some Marlon People Profit by neighbors'
It's a wise man who profits by the
experience of his friends and neighbors.
Here i a chance to do it, and
every man, woman or child in Marion
who knows the misery of a bad back,
the nervousness and restlessness
caused by kidney complaint or the
annovance of urinary disorders, will
show uncommon wisdom to profit by
this citizen's advice.
G. W. L. Nesbitt, living on Depot
St., Marion, Ky., says: "Kidney
disease had reduced me to a
chronic invalid. I sufiered so
from this complaint that 1 was
unable to get out of bed and no one
can describe the suffering I endured.
The kidney secretions were thick,
filled with a sediment and my limbs
AND HATS. B X
were badly swollen. The doctor
said 1 had dropsy and held out little
hope of my recovery. I could not
raise my arms above my head, in
fact there was an almost complete
paralysis of the right side. 1 had
no hopes of ever getting better
when a relative advised me to try
Doan's Kidney Pills and a box was
procured for me at Hayncs & Taylor's
drug store. I improved from
the first and continued taking this
remedy until all symptoms from
which I had been a victom disappeared.
In three months I was a
well man and was back at work, as
usual. 'J bat Doan s Kidney Pills
is the best kidney remedy in the
world I am thoroughly convinced.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-.Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the I'nitod
Remember the name-take -Doan's- -and
no other. 2 2t.
A Happy Mother.
Will see that her baby is properly cared
for do do this a good purgativo is
necessary. Many babies suitor from
worms and their mothers don't know it
if your baby is feverish and doesn't
sleep at nights, it ts troubled with
worms. White's Cream Vermifuge
will clean out these worms in a mild
pleasant way. Once tried always used.
Give it a trial. Price 25 cents. Sold
Jas. H. Orme.
One tract of land lying on State
road from Marion to Fords Forry.
throe miles north of Marion containing
about 135 or 140 acres, said
land in moderate condition,
of five rooms, good well in
the yard, stock barn 415 feet square,
well in barn-yard, pond in field,
living creek accessible on west end
oi larm, average gooa icncc ana a
nice young orchard. For further
information call on or address.
J C B McMica.v,
Will Hunt one Year In The Wilds of
Washington, June, 15. -Important
significance in connection with Pros
idem Roosevelt's determination
against a third term is contained in
the admission made today for the
first time that the President is making
definite plans to leave the United
States in April next year for Africa,
where he will a year hunting
big game Rumors that Mr. Roosevelt
was to leave the country at the
Furniture and Undertaking
My line of Furniture is complete in every respect
and consists of the HIGHEST QUALITY and
LOWEST PRICES. My line of REED ROCKERS
is composed of the latest and most Up-to-Date Styles
See my line of Go-carts.
Coffins, Caskets, Robes and Steel
R. F. Dorr,
i. j n ' i i i : i .
b.i ii priuted litToiotore, but wJiou
con Urination was sought at tho
White House tho aiiwer ha-, boon
that no definite conclusion had boon
made as to the President plans.
But today it was stated positively
that Mr. Iloocvelt, with his favorite
on, Kcrmit, would sail from New
York to Cairo in April, lHOil just
a soon as the uecessary arrangements
f r the departure oould be made after
March 4th. It is the dosire of the
President to bring back at the end
np tho year from tho wilds of Africa
"'ciniens of every species ol big
bailie to be had ou the Dirk continent.
He will visit no other country
is is stated.
The outfit or tho expedition will
be obtained on rcachinc Africa, but
an active correspondence in this connection
already is uuuer way. The
exact sire of the hunting party
oer ol guiacs ana retainers, animals,
etc. has not been determined on.
The President, however, will take
with him an assortment of arms
which he will require in the variety
of hunting contemplated. The outfit
will include, of course guns of
the highest power. During the
of Mr. Roosevelt in Africa,
Mrs. Roosevelt and other members of
the family will remain at the family
home at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay.
Bucklins Arnica Salve Wins.
Tom Moore of Rural Route No. 1,
Cochran, Ga., writes: "I had a bad
sore to come on the instep if my foot
and could find nothing that would
heal it until I applied Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Less than half of a 25c box
won the day for mp by elTecting a perfect
cure." Sold under guarantee at
Jas. H. Orme and Haynes & Taylor
The Crittenden Springs
Now open for the Season
F. M.Davidson, Proprietor :
Fare as good'as the market
The patronage of the public
will be appreciated and
every effort made to please
Bad Attack ol Dysentry Cured.
"An honored citizen of this tpvn
was suffering from a pevere attack
of dysentry. He told a friend if he
obtain a bottle of Chamborlain'a Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, he
felt confident of being cured, he
used this remedy in the West He
was told that I kept it in stock and
lost no tsme in obtaining it, and was
promptly cured" says SI. J. Leach
druggist, of Wolcott, Vt. For sale by
Jas. H. Orme.
To supyly cloan apron for the
lapse of time.
To pick the teeth of the wind.
To cure blistors on the heals of
To wipe the mouth of a tunnel
To pull tho leg of a yatching
To break an arm of the sea.
To comb the head ol a river.
To saw off the horn of a dilemma.
To (lislocktc the backbone of winter.
To fit a collar to a neck of land
To feed the hounds of a wagon.
To fit braces on the nhoulder of a
To shape a corset to the waist of a
To pry loose the jaws of death.
To remove wrinklos from the brow
of a hill.
To bring a flush to a door cheek.
To bring tears to tho oye of a potato.
To deafon an oar of corn.
To tell how tired a wagon fech by
looking at its tongue.
To trepan the scull of a boat.
To read the linos in a date paint.
To manicure the hands of a clock
or even the finger of acorn.
To shingle the roof of one's mouth.
Big Unmage Suit Filed at Princeton.
Hobt. II. Oliver, of Cavdwell eoun
to, thru his attorney, Hon. Max M.
Hanberry, of this city, has filed suit
, i Ik- l. .itiw ' .nut Court against
shonit M. V. I.ntub, of that county,
for $10,000 for lalso arrest and detention.
The facts in connoctiou with tins
suit as reported to us, are about
these Some time ago when a man-of
warrants wero sworn out in Crittenden
county against a number of
Caldwell county and Trigg and tym
county citizens charging them with
night riding, there wni to the Caldwell
county buuoh of warrants, one
for Robt. Oliver. There is a Robt
Oliver and a R. II, Oliver both in
that county. We understand that
Shcriti Lamb' came to tho residence
of R. H. Oliver about midnight one
night and arrested him upon this
warrant. Mr. Oliver told him that
he was not the man wanted, but the
Sheriff said he did not intend to
make any mistake and that ho was
going to arrest them both. So it is
alleged in the petition ' that
R H Oliver who has been in badhcalth
for some time, was forced to get up
and dress and go with the Sheriff,
and he and Robt. Oliver were both
taken to Marion, where he was held
a prisoner until late the next afternoon,
It turned out that the warrant was
not for him, but for Robt. Oliver,
and now he is sucing Sheriff Lamb
in the above amount for being
wrongfully arrested and taken from
his home in the night and in his
feeble condition, and taken into another
county and held a prisoner until
the next afternoon.
How to Cure a Billious Attack
A bilious attack is caused by the fermentation
of food in the stomach. A
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will clean out the stomach,
reduce the irritation nntlamation
of tho atomach, which is the cause of
VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Saturday, June 20,:
FINK CHAIR CARS,
$1 iki AND $2.iMi,
the severe headache, strengthen and ' D A c C Rllllrlincy
invigorate the atomnch and restore ItJ I U33 El UIIUIIlKy
to a healthy condition. Try them I
V.u are certininU. bo pleaml with the, Carlisle St., MariOtl, Ky.
j rompt cure which they effect. For'
sale oy J ii urme,
We carry the most complete
line of Coffins, Caskets
and Furniture in Crittenden
County Call and get our
The back is the maiiwnrirnr at
wouian'B organism. It quictJy calk
attention to trouble by aching. It
tell, with other symptoms, such as
nervoiioiosi, headache, pains in the
loins, weight in the lower part of
the tiody, (hot a woman's fuminine
organism needs inrmedlate attention.
In such cues the one sure remedy
which sp?edJv romrrvo tho causo,
and cestonw the fnninine organism
to a healthy, normul condition is
Mrs. Will Young, of 6 Columbia
Ave., Rockland, Me., says :
" I wm troubled for a long lime with
dreadful baclavCiea and a pain in my
side, and was miserable in every way
I doctorad until I trs dtewuratfed and
thought I nercr gvt well. 1 read
what LytTia E. Plnkham's
Compound hd done for others and
decided to try It after Caking three
bottles I can truly nay that I never felt
so well In tuj Ufa.
Mrs. Amjuatus ryon,of East Earl,
Pa., writes to Jin, Prnkham :
"I had vwry iervo bakieh, and
paint I could noi aWp,
and IumI no aypotiw Lydla B.
Vejjetkblo Compound cured mi
and mada me fen! Mo a nrw woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years I.ydia E. fink-ham's
Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the ,
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands oi ,
women who hare beer, troubled with
fibroid tumors, incrularities,
periodic pain, backache, that bearing-down
Tickets Good 3 Days
(Busy Bee Block)
Parlor Barber Shop
(James Mocabee Assistant.)
Up-to-date Massage for
Head or Face. Everything
New and Clean.
Hot Baths and Steam
Heat in Winter. Cold
Shower Baths and Electric
Fans in Summer.
Smooth easy Shave and
a Fresh Towel for each
Customer. Next door to
Postal Telegraph o
The Best Pills Eever Sold.
"After doctoring IS yonm for chronic
indigestion, and upending over two
hundred dollar, nothing hius done tne
as much good as Dr King' Now Ufo
nil. I consider them the boat trill
ever old " write H. F. AyncUft, of
Ingleside, N. C. Sold under gunrnntoo
at Jas II. Orme ami Unynea nnd Tay-or's
drug store 2fc.'
Mr K. V. Christ, Kdiior of the
American Hen, Hrrionburg, Vs.,
ayt "We received the Hourhon
Poultry Cure, and it ha provod good
by several prominent poultry wen
w''i hare owed it. Mr Oroyoo
wm to -ell it for you
Haynes A- Taylor.
Weak omen should try Dr. Shoop's
Night Cure. Thee soothing, healing,
antiseptic suppoaitoriun go direct to tho
seat of thutse weaknesses. My "Hook
No. I For Women" contains many valuable
hint to women, and it i freo.
Ask Dr. Shoop, Kacine. Wis , t mail
it. Ask thu Doctor in strictest con-
fidence any queatmn. vmi mav u..h
answered Dr Shoop's Sight Cure ts
Boldby Joh. 11 Orme,
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1M MAIN STREET
$7.00 Tickets Good 6 Days
A Strong Tonic TTIthoat Alcohol
A Bodr Builder Tithout Alcohol
A Blood Purifier TTlibout Alcohol
A -Great Attentive Vhhout Alcohol
A Doctor' Medicine Without Alcohol
Ayer's Saratptrllli Without Alcohol
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A iters ! rmdlifc
Aver Pills ire liver pilli They act
directly on the liter, make more bile
jccretcd Thu is hy they are to valu
able in constipation, biliousness,
sici headache Ak your doctor
if he knova a better laxative pill.
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Thinks it Saved Him.
I.wter NVUo). Nle. Maine, a
in a rtfcutit loiter 'I have uaod Ir
Kjng'a New Icovry tunny v"tra, fr
rough ami nnd I think it naved
my life. I luivi found it n relmhle
remedy for Uirmit him! lone
nud I would no more bo without txt
tie than I would be without fol " Y .r
nearly forty yiar New Diacovrry him
food at the bond of throat ami lung
romwiioB. Aa n preventive of poomon
w. nnd bonier of woak lung it hnn no
u,unl. Sold under guarantee at Jm
II. Orrae nnd iUynoa nnd Taylor drug
tore &V ami I! 0 Trinl bottlo
'Health l'oir?e" u realty the clone
Coffee Imitation ever yet produced
Thic: clever coffee eutalKute wan
e n t I y produ eed b y O r. 8boop
lUirino. Wta. Not n grain of ronlcotreo
in it either. Dr. Shoon's Health Colfeu
e inailu from your tonal ed grain, with
malt nuU, etc. Iteally it would fool
an expert wlm might drink it for
K""cv " '"' nr "' minul1 lw"OUB
' boiling ' Made in .i Minute" nns thu
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