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f y xye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Miss Nell Walker
and Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn.
Dr. M. Ravdin,
l'rautico Limited Diseases
and Defects of the
t Ichcl Block Cor. 3rd mid
Main li lassos titled.
For Sore Feel
'I have found Hucklon's Arnica
alvi to b th -proper tiling to use for
Mire feot. m well ns for healing burns,
Hunt, euta. and nil mnnnur of
write. Mr, W Storio, of Knst
I''Imiu1. Main It m the proper thig
t. for pile. Try it' Sold under
guarantee nt ILiyncs A. I'uylor's and
Jan. II. Orme's drug store 25 conta.
l.tti block of Kleeule
l.libl Slrtet Rillwsr
tod Tdaphoo Soppli
CooiUDllr oo lUod.
Don't fail to send for latost Catalog
uo No. 7.
Jas. Clark Jr, Electric Co.
313 W Main t. Louisvillo,Ky
Excellent Health Advice.
Mr. M. M. Dnvidson, of No. 379
C'hirord Ave,, Snn Jose, Cal., sayH:
"The worth of Electric Hitters ns a
general family remedy, for headache,
Inhousness nnd torpor of tho liver and
bowels in no pronounced that I am
prompted toBaynword in its favor,
for the benefit of those seeking relief
from Huch atllictions. There h more
health for tho digestive organs in u
Iwttloof Klcctric Bitters than in any
other rumedy I know of." Sold under
guarantee nt liuynes & Taylor's and
Jas. II. Ormo's drug stores riO cents.
J. . KEVIL.
Abstracting a Specialty
Offico in Press Building, Room 5
We will build you a homo. $1,1)00,
?2,00(), iil.lllM), $1.0011 or J5.U00.
TANDAltl) THl'ST COMPANY
lur or pot at t Auibotifnt (
For further particular see
J. (J. Wai.i.atk. Marion. Ky.
Kevil & Co.
HAVK KHAIILNUEU A
Fire Insurance Agency in
If you liavo property in the town of
Marion, lot them insure it. You
fihall have no reasons to regret it.
Officio in Press Hulding, Room 6
Land For Sale,
Wo liavo two farms fot salo one
farm lias HI! acres and one farm liati
111 seres Well improved farming
land and lios in tho Mineral Holt.
This land lays in a body and will soil
ut $10.00 per aero and lios two miles
?y!Lt cast c
PV 1 3. T. P.
JOHN V. WATHON,
I.K.M Z, WATHON.
Wc carry the most complete
line of Coffins, Caskets
and Furniture in Crittenden
County. Call and get our
Nunn & Tucker
FOH SALE.-Ono socond hand iow
ing Machine Wngon. (Iko. M. Cm
WARNING TO DEMOCRATS
MONOPOLISTIC INFLUENCES SEEK
CONTROL OF CONVENTION.
Watchfulness Needed to Prevent Duplication
of Underhand Work of Four
Years Ago Nebraska and
Taft Platform Compared.
Troni tl Commonnf 1
Just after the election of 1901 a
mnn ho was prominent Rimme tho
advocates of Mr, Parker's noinlnatloii
at Ht Units remarked that a great
many people who wte advoratiiia Mi
Parker noinlnatloii allowed vory little
UkUret in the cniiipalKn after thu
nomination It U true There aro
orlaln financial InleuwU whlrh aro
alwayii nctht before tho em emln.
they want to dominate lioth urtl
nnd nominate ImUi tfntidlilntes ft-i
th convention adjourn, flu'y pick "in
their candidate and proceed to help
elri htm, Ignoring entlrvdy th "ther
candidate, If they hld t
foree him uion the oouvontlnn That
t Just th stttnittan ut this time
There aro certain mooopollstlr mllu
wirm that aro demanding that the
lVmorrntB nominate a man friendly to
prwlutnry vlth The-ae men hnvo
tSeir wprwentatlv In the vurlous
int, and thvy are worklnK under
hand When they ml to a man they
ay "Of course, hh cannot prevent
Instruction, bivt w can i?et thn rtfiht
Mnd of men on th nlvatlim, and
then wntrh our npjortunlty '' Thee
jma ax pviik1ng In wWsper. thy
. .Ju.ir4M .,,t..rrv.inr1 If llllfV Mil
wmtrol tho Domrrrntlc conTentlon
and nomlnfttM inne one In whom tho
prednton' lnterirt have confidence,
they will Unci fwl sure thai the
iirty hna no chance, and proceed
to htdp the Hopubllcaii
Can thr tod th votsrsT Not tills
Lae. Tt cprlenc of tour yfiA
ro Iraa art wen forwaten and with
Cwt mtmlmw fnh In tb
DmiwctuU tt lii non but the
r raArd. If Uie nraocrntlc
v&als to unlrtniv1 the nU
purpc ad th tnt iwpt. l blra
Kunpnn th rolnrlea of Judtfe Parkrr
which apprd before thu conrsnUon
with tho denunciations of him that fol
lowed. These- pupers thftt told what
. plBidJd man he was and how
troac tho party would be under his
lvadenhlp t"umed aalnst hlra a soon
as tha campnlm oponed The Nrw
York World. on of his loudost
rccwlT, mony from the Republican
campaJu crrmmltUc for an
artrwrtlaitmcAt (unls the World pub
lished It aTKtultcnaaly) t&r space for
acurrllous oartooa the Sunday before
Th Interoat of prdaior' wealth In
the Democratic party t only temporary
It Is mardiMtatl Jnt before the
wniverrtJo recate It wcld cost lss
to defeat ft ImocnUJc irty In the
oonyentlnc than to defeat It at the
polls. ad tho defeat of the Democratic
party U tho mi!- thlnn which It
Who I Copying?
Tho WanhlnKton Host mar not regard
It as a surlous mistake, but In
a rorent dltirrlal It a that the
Kvhniska plarforro repentx many of
th jwnmrajihs of th- Taft platform
adopted at Coluinlm -not word for
word of but nifnnlnK tor me i
Inc." nnd then it profida to peoifv j
It quot the lttpiiMleiui platform n ;
favoring "pmlerton f U'eiral trust,
nt'ijijolUts and all rvll dors. both In i
th t uMlc swrvjee anO In the
Vial wory. together vIOi (be
cf aT( wholesome rneasures
w hi t. hare mjuU; afr tti icujjrant,
of life TfDrty and Teepertv ' The
N!raikf i l.itfprtii is quoUnl by the
Post a follow "We favor tha vlnor
our niifnrieinent of the criminal law i
against trusts and trust mittfnat, and I
(Jsiniind the nactmout of such add! :
tlonal legislation as may tn necessun
to make It ImpoxslMe for n prtvntn
monopoly to exist In the I'nlted
Statu ' This, thu F'ost alleRos. "'s
twjjjdlodeo and twfcdlodnra drawn to
In the llrst plac. the lanKuiulfi
qtiotod from the Democratic platform
of March 5 was copied verbatim from
the Nebraska Democratic platform of
last September, so that If anybody
"copied," the Taft mnnnifFrs triTe copied
th DoinocTfttfc plalform,
Will tho Post make the correction
and admit that the Nebraska Democrats
Wfuro In tbe Cakl first, or wlU It
pillow the mistake to stand''
DuL as a matter of ftuit, the two
paragraphs nro not nt atl nllkw Tho
Hopuliltcnn platform asks for tho prosecution
of Illegal trosta said monojxv
Ilea It joes not ftk for thu enforcement
of tha "criminal InwnKntnst
trusts nnd magnates," neither does
tho Repuhllcau platform demand "the
enactment of suAi additional
tlon , may b nucessarj' to ntalio It
ImpoKfilble for a prlvnte monopoly to
In the United Statos." Then'
la no BiurKestlon In tho RepubllcHU
plank, quoted by the Post, of addition-a'
lobulation, while tho Nebraska pint-form
demands additional legislation
It not only demands additional luulsla
tlon, but It spoclfles certain legislation
which Is demanded, us follows.
"Among th additional remedies wo
specify throo: Ilntt, a law
Uie duplication of directors nmons
oomputlnn corporations; sooond, a li
cense system which will without,
abridging tho tight of each tatw to
create corporation, or tla right to rej.
ulato as It will forelpn corporations
dolnK business within Its limits, make
It necessary for a manufacturing or
trading corjwratlon enaed in Interstate
commerce to Uiko out a fedoral
llconso before tt shall bo pnrmlttud t
control ns much as 2fi ier cent, of t6
prtxluct In which It doals. the llconea
to protect tho public prom waterwl
stork and to prohibit the control by
such curMratli)n uf more than fV) per
cent, ot the total amount of any
product consumed In the I'nlted
Status; and, third, a luw compelling
taich licensed corH)rUPm to sell
all purchasers In all part of the country
on tho wuno terms, moalng due
for cost of transportation
The CfimmtwH r Is ujfllllnK a copy of
the NebrHHka plutOrfft to Uie editor of
the Post, and aaltt the lost to compare
H with the Ohio platform It
will he aien nt a Sfofroo that whllo
tlio pnKftrm 1 clear, em
pluiUc ami mitMo o" ph point, Ujo
mipubllcaa plotfortn is Kenenvl.
ifenl evashe No matter wtwU
mhj.ct B, fmTt with, tho Nebraska
platform ands for sonvothinn that
cku be updorstnod, while the Republican
platform for adhletbliw or
arthmu n'ordli.K to tlia qaiwtrno
Qbn fjlVd u;s)n it. mvl aoymfc caa
pfcet; upofi rf Uie eorMrrrurto h like.
icalte's Wetfiy H 6i0 ot fy' J!
oitrt hahituany ftisu Qww4 w
TnWJofid flit- ttittlrs tt O)1
Msij(j t) ooutusj "Uxsa Suajs
Stood nt maTHRMhotft arl 5ffc
tide hn liei piataraTd IB tho OfllC
Time TiiWB tlfix ttt) dt U PI
vaiila mnxiaA hlch wped Into f(uc
lyslUs Weekly' condemns the Raw
tnao lw aadCavckvfvs it a
faftur: tt finds (hbU mKX Iba yg
rrf that law and clalrrm &4 V g"
anacted imdar prctsurt 01 mv4tltt
clamor" It mmarlain of ti nenu
elation of the worthy" and declares
thiu the railroad "want to be sure
that for some simple and perhaps In
nocimt Infraction of a complicated law
they can not be mulcted for millions."
It attacks the courta and the Judjra
who Imposed tho fM.OOOOOO flae fo
"a technical violation of the law" II
calls the-e oad other decisions "out
raKeous" and say they were "formed
try a aocliUUUfi public sastlmoiU and
canid out In the name of law, etc.,
Waa tht dltorlal written for th
Pennsylvania railroad or did th
Pennsylvania railroad Just happen tc
stumble on to the editorial! Whx
owns Lenlla's Weekly Is It not worth
whllo for the reader to find out wnc
stands behind these majtailn thai
assault Uio irovarninent, tha oonaTtsi
and tho legislatm' Whose knife U It
that Is stabbing out of th dark t What
conscience, what character, what
stands bnci of the editorial la
LresUa's Welcly? If we know th orm
trofJlnK force w could better welua
tan word, and the abcnra Is only
sample of what la now icrdnK on In thU
The press that ought to be the av
nue through which Information reachei
tlie public has In many oasen bjOiD
tho vahlcle for tho sproad of mflTrv
formation and for vollod attacks upon
those who would euact legislation jybi
to the ""'
rJ Censorship of the
The Democrats of thjp shato nn3
house will do well to "watch the bill
Introduced by Senator Penrose cm tha
Pth of December It amends seotlou
S.S98 if the revised statutns jd pur
ports tn be n for tho
out of tbe law awalnst obfleen lte
Hturt. but a reading of the bllj frcnihnn
Uio suspicion Uint It hat- another vur
pose The amendment U so iron! 'hat
It Is u cjuhtlon IMijlyfj; Qot t.kUh
a ceniorsjp ot the press aqd vwi in
tbji pottoillee department the rtyBt to
arbitrarily exclude papers frji tin
setund class malltns prlvHegos .. -
TIip btr jhj?vid h" 75Civroi(fldud as N
frtsVe ft for thr tQlpd
deptartinunt to emrctsi u censomhip
or political papers We oarj tyjl (jf
ford to aiibleot polltlbal arRuticnts to
Th dangers Involved In ?uch t law
outweigh an i?(xvl that could
coiuo from li. Fruedotn tt pre Is u
sontlal to free Kvernmont. and In yx
cludlnu obscoiie matter care must 155
taken not to lmlse lu the poetotllce da-
partnioni u uiscnmon wniCD will covl
Under tho Guarantee flyatem. r
A reader of tho Commoner goads lq
an (torn In rcurard to an ttrtfe tierJi
which filled The nnwunt on rfttoclt
was about ? 200,000, of jrtUDb. T,00Q
beloiiKed to the coahty. The Aiyuty
had socurlty and as sood ns tho raltnre
was known the county oompolled i'j..
bondsinon to touke good the U
but tho Individual deiiosltora. not u.. .
In anT irrotooUoo, ipat a qonatoOTabU
pnrt of thoir dopoaltsV''Mi'i.iffc''
I'ndUjr the Kuaranteo system all oi
tho depositors would have been paid
in full and tho community wowhloi
liavo suffered from embarrasHtnont.
Tha Boat and Only Plloy."
OeorK Uarvuy, editor of Harper's
Whly, roputed to bo owned by John
Plorvout Murtran. tnado an tntoPosUnc
answer to tho Now York World's
query; "What Is the tt principle
nnd what the best policy to Klve tho
Democratic party now life?" Hero Is
Mr. Harvey'H niiHwer.
"To tho Editor of tho World: Tho
best prlnclplo: The constitution. Tha
next boat: Tariff for revenue only.
The boat and only policy: Beat Ilryan,
"New York, March 10."
The ulterior motive to b
ooucoslod in tho Aldrlch bill sticks
out like boy's aoro thumb In baseball
MRS. WILLIAM J. BRYAN
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:j Wc have PARIS GREEN especially ground for J
: Dust Sprayers, On account of its fineness it is ;
g Cheaper and less liable to burn the tobacco, g
:: UavnoQ A Tuulnr nriiorarict 1
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I MARION, - KENTUCKY.
WALDO PONPRAY WARREN
you orowlng as fast at your business is growing?
ARE is a question every man might well ask himself.
Unless there Is a continual growth In the Individual
there Is a widening of the distance between him and tho
higher positions to which he aspires. The requirements of
nearly all high positions are increasing. It takes a bigger
man to be foremah to-day than It did a few years ago.
f These are days of remarkable growth In almost every
line of business. It Is not uncommon tti hear of concerns
that have "doubled last year's business" and that In the
face of the fact that "last year doubled the year before." An
increase of 20 to 50 per cant a year is by no means uncommon.
Statistics for the ljt tew years show a steady and
substantial incrjuji n almost every imc of business.
Are you growing as fast as your business is growlng7
This question comes home with especial significance to men
wno have executive work of any kind. The foreman who
harjd'&d ten men two years ago, and twenty men last year,
fs tKs year perhaps requirec to handle forty men. He must
be able to do it i he is to keep up with hs position. Tho
business demands the forty men if he cant handle them
arcthtr The call everywKere is for men who can keep
lip with the ripid pace of day business activity.
,l .Mr..' ... J.,,,, h B. ,..,
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MISS GRAgE BRYAN
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Stomach trouble U but a irmptom of, and not
In Itrtlf a true dlstenM. We think ot Dytpepila,
Heartburn, aod Iiirtlgcstlon at real dlases. re
ther are symptoms onlr of a certain specula
Nerre sickness nothing else.
It was this fact that first correctly led Dr Shoop
In the creation of that now very popular Rtom&cn
Remedy Dr. Snoop's Rpjtoratlro Ootnii dlroct
to the stomach nenrrs, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Bhoop and his Restorative. Without
that original and hlshlr Titnl principle, no
such lastlns accomplishments were ever to bo had,
ForttoniHCh dlttrues. bloatlnr. blllouf nets, bad
breath and Fallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop's
self what it can and will do. We sell and
JAS. H. ORME.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
Copyrlcht, 1S0S. by Bdwin A. Nye.
FATUER AND MOTHER.
The school chllden of Oak Park, a
suburb of Chicago, were recently asked
to vote, the Issue being, "Who Is tho
best and greatest person who ever
A partial statement of the result L
grven as foUowu: Lincoln, 14; Washington,
11; G; ItooeeveJt, 4;
Mng ArthuT, 3; Joan of Arc, 3; "My
Father." 8; "My Mother," 3; King Solomon,
Here is an Interesting revelation of
the child mind.
Tho first thing that strikes one is the
overwhelming patriotic trend of tb
children. Another thing Is the entire
absence of the commercial spirit Ther.
is no millionaire or captain of industry
on the list
It may be stated that those chllden
who voted for their fathers and
mothers voted their real sentiments.
The other votes are the reflection ot
adult opinion. , j
Bressings on the bead of the children
who cast that ballqtl The normal child!
Is the one whyihlnks Its father th
greatest an best man. If the child
thinks otljgjtvlse there Is Bomethlng
the mArVitb it 0r with the father..,.
ue father has every advantage &
that from the "first thochM loia
to him. He only needs to be a Una
but gracious sovereign to be alway.
the king. There are those of ns who
have gray threads in our hair who yet
believe that "father" Is the grandest
end noblest man we have ever known.
Those votes came naturally. They
voiced a renl conviction. On second
thought every child would have writ-ton
"mother" on his ticket. You will
tometuues llnd a person who does not
love his father. Rnrc are those, children
or ndult, who do not revere th
mother. Lord ByrSns are scarce.
Mother is a queen who rules by dlvlno
right Her scepter Is compelling love.
At the mention of Ijer sacred, naHe the"
bolts to ot cry heart are unbarred. '
her name devils ;nv :t out. She lur
to henyen aij' i"':ts the way.
rather nnl iTiolher king and queen
of I he king, lot.- of i. v' rKEMaNr
Oh henriH iovi, sore and wear)'
with the buffets nf the world, ye havo
bent the tc i lord nnd
si ' your time,
but tho nild iml south' rei?n of v.'
"fnt'.er nn! "motter i from eorv
lastlni: 'into eveniintJajf
August time tells on the nerves. '
that spirit less, no ambition feeling can
be easily and quickly altered by taking
what is known by druggists everywhere
ns Dr. Shoop's Restorative.
Within 48 hours after beginning to uso
the Restorative, improvement will bo
noticed. Of course, full health will
not immediately return. The gain,
however, will surely follow. And best
of all, you will realize nnd feel your "'3W.
strength nnd ambition as it is returning.
Outside influences depress lirst
the "inside nerves" then the Stomach,
Heart, and Kidneys will usually fail.
Strengthen these failing nerves with
Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how
quickly health will be yours again.
Bold by Jas. II, Orme. j
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