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Miss Hard, Editor in Chief
Mrs. Kitty Perry. J. V. Rascoe, E. E
Phillips and J 13. McNeely, Associate
AS IS THE TEACHER. SO IS THE
SCHOOL, therefore the object of these
Columns is to help the teacher through co
operation and communication with his fellow
Supt. John H. Paris, Chairman
C has. W. Fox Ch'r'm Div. so. i, James
Canada, sec. i. uritmn, tnrni uiv. o
2 W. D. Canditt, Sec. V. E, Smith.
Ch'r'm Div. No. 3, J. R. Sumraerville, Sec.
J. A. Ordway Ch'r'm Div. No. 4, V. L.
By John K I'ii.ant
Fellow Teachers of Crittenden
County: If you fail to reach at single
bound, the ideal for which you
havo so often which you have so often
wished, don't become discouraged
but remember that everything that
is valuable has cost great efforts on
the part of some one. Antagonism
and conflict are between us and sue-
There is not one squire yard of
all this green domain that has not
bcon pressed by weary feet. Ask
that vino and shade, tree by whoso
efforts the way was cleared for them,
and the hoautiful flowers you love so
well, ask them whose hand prepared
and planted and kept envious weeds
IT ere is a teacher. He has ripened
into fame, his name is in the book
of authority. All acknowledge his
ability. He holds the secrets of the
past and spoaks with tongue.
dissolve at I113 touch and pay
their tribute to tho greatness of his
mind. The insurmount and ablo difficulties
of others aro to him a pleas,
ant scoretion, Others may bo riohcr
than he, but they can not do without
him and must share their wealth liberally
to gain his knowledge. Tho
arristocracy of letters is a permanont
thing. It dooa not burn, nor do the
floods wash it away. Aa long as the
mind keeps its poise it is independent
of disaster. It is a lofty and
sure posiesaioo. It is tho bonofaotor
of tbo poor and the of
kings. It cannot be tarnsmitted by
banquet like gold, nor can it bo in-
Care For Llmberneck.
Mrs. Q, A. Boazloy, Trenton,
Kv , says: "I hid fine in
tru'iting my fowls for Limbcrncck
an Cholera with Bourbon Poultry
Curn. I gave litem ih medicince
in both drinking water and food. I
like this rcmc fiic." Sold by
Eaynos & Taylor.
. . .
If you want to save money, come here. In medium grades we give
$5.00 SUITS FOR $3.75, $7.50 SUITS FOR $5.00,
10.00 SUITS FOR 7.50 and $12.50 SUITS FOR $10. OO.
These last named are new up-to-date with CUFFS, BELT STARPS and all it takes to make
a nobby suit, and contains the all WOOL WORSTED in all the new PATTERNS
1IF ADrnPTTIItm III MFU nnnnC HAH VAnd can supply you with all the new things
rtllL UL I I
OUR BUSINESS IS GOOD!
of merchandise at reduced CDDINr AAhC Which we expect to come in about
prices to make room for Oir HM8I VIVVLO December 15th.
We expect to show more new things for the Spring Season than have been put on the market for several
seasons past. A new lot of WINTER SHOES for WOMEN and CHILDREN of good all leather stock at
the same price as others ask for paper soles and counters. A full stock of underwear and etc. All kinds of SI LK
DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. I hope to see you soon, as I am sure will
' hented like landed cstato. It be-I,
. n . i.:-.
longs in us uwuur (iursuuii, iu iiiui
only forever. It can not be
nor alloyed. It in itssolf and
nothing else. W koncc coruos this
mighty quality? It is a victory after
many a hard fought battle, after
many a long and weary march.
The fight that wins this victory is
always Jong and hard. The conflict
is never single, but manifold Pov
erty wears it's meanest raps and cats
it's poorest bread along the paths of
discovery. Pleasure whispers her
softest temptation in the weary
ear, and thumps on his window
at midnight. His Little 19
against barricaded forts, and he must
approach by slow process of
He can not pass by the simple
elementary principles and storms
the mysteries of Ccloulus, or at one
blow break down the stubborn
of a dead tongue. Be he rich
or poor, king or peasant, he must
begin at the prcsoribed beginning
and flight his way up. It is a personal
conflict all tho way, ho can
neither hire nor bribe, nor storm the
hights above, but patiently, inch by
ineh, press on until the goald is won.
The ancient scntonce of eating bread
in the sweat of the face has a wide
application. It is reaches to all valuable
human attainments. If you
desire the victory you must be willing
to fight the battle.
If you desire success in your work
as an humble teacher, fix your mind
on the conflict that predicts it, study
all advantages and disadvantages all
short and sure methods, and drill
closely with and eye to tho executions
of these. This whole board
land with its vast applianees for
knowlodgc, wealth, power and happiness,
is but a grand victory of tho
ggregato American. It ib not an
accident nor an inheritance, but a
human creation. God gave all tho
oloments, and the genious, courage,
and industry of men combind and
Walk through the patent oflico at
Washington and you may Bee thous
ands of ouriouB models, many of
them worthless, but many others are
the exponents of civilization. The
first one dofeata, tho seoond victories.
What a battle ground of thought is
represented in that building; over
overy picco sits a studious thinker.
Hohasan object beforo him he wishes
to gain and obstacles prosonts themselves
on every hand. Ho overcomes
one, and another springs up, and
with his mind iutcntly fixed on hit,
object, ho toils on until he thinks ho
ha-i gained a victory, and e.iines to
ask that he may enjoy a part of the
II1U 111 II Lit UUUIO 1rtlL I
spoils. No small part of his warfare
consisted in the ridicule and reproach
of those who were most ready to enjoy
the benefit as soon as it was
All of lifo is but a scrios of engagements,
and the broad field is
strcvn with the wounded and vanquished.
You aro in tho great rank and file
of this ago and generation. Stop
not to dream of what you might do
under other circumstances, hut dc- I
tnrminn tn mnlA tltn mA.t nt !.i hDi. '
tion and circumstances which aro
yours, and you arc bravo and true,
it will be seen and you will be sure
of promotion in due time.
He who has nothing to overcome,
then, has no moro to grow and nothing
more to learn. Ho can never
rejoice in another victory nor enjoy
its spoils, for ho has fought his last
battle. Never be dismayed, therefore,
when you are confronted by
obstacles. They arc your opportunity
for further gain and conquest.
Tho goal of today, fairly won by
your own effort, will bo replaced by
one to morrow still higher and brighter,
and that by another, until tho
final victory willcnd in the everlasting
"Well done." no was deeply
learned in tho philosophy of conflict
who said, "We glory in tribulation
also; knowing that tribulation work.
eth patience; and patience, experience;
and experience, hope.
Now, dear teachers, I know you
havo had conflicts in the past, and
you will have many in tho futuro;
and if I havo bcon able to stimulate
you to meet thorn with a more cheerful
courage and to profit by them, I
have gained my point and you arc
better prepared for tho futuro. Tho
noxt trouble you have, whether
great or small, look it in tho faoc
calmly and mcot it bravely, and you
will bo tho hotter for its comine.
Wo oan not bo "carriod to tho skies
on flowery beds of ease," but wo
must 'fight to win tho priio and
sail through stormy seas."
For health nnd happiness DeWitt'
Little Early gentle,
easy, pleasant little liver pills, the beBt
made. Sold by nil druggists. 29 3m
and CURE thk LUNGS
WITH Dr. King's P
New Discovery (i
FnH rQucHs vmcr. llAA
i. Bint rv. hi.ikl .-
- 7 ULDS Trial DoUle Free
AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TnOUM.ES 3
OTTA"R 'MMirr,n Ft A"it"t a pTnP.i
I OB MONEY KEFUIJDL'D. L v
to wear, of
And we can afford
A groat many people have kidney and
dlndder trouble, mainly due to neglect
of the occasional pains in the back,
slight rheumatic pains, urinary disorders,
etc. Delay in such canes i dangerous.
Tuko DcWittn Kidney and
Dlndder Fills. They are for weak
back, backache, rheumatic pains nnd
nil kidney nnd blndd'T trouble. Soothing
nnd nntiseptie, and net promptly.
Don't fail to get DoWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills. Accept no substitute.
Regular size 50c. Sold by all druggist.
Kuttawa Ky.. Dec. llth. 1H0S I
Hov. .lames K Price and a
two weeks meeting it Oliver school
houo Sunday I)'C. Kith.
Tho neighborhood joined heartily
in tho meeting, and showed every
possible courtesy to Bro. Price and
The meeting wan very Miccossfttl
from the beginning and the interest
continued to the clone. There were
thirty-two professions, and a number
of theso being hoads of families and
young pooplc There wore thirty-two
additions to our chrucli.
Wo have now twenty-nine members
in that neighborhood. It is
our purpose now to organize a church
there carlv ucxt year and build a
church at onco.
Frances is a fine neighborhood, aa
fine people as :an be found anywhere.
Always have Kennedy's Lnx a 1 1 v c
Cough Syrup handy, especially for the '
children. It tastes nearly as good ns
maple sugar. It cures th-" cold by
gently moving tho bowelw through itn
laxative principle, and at the same
time it is soothing for throat irritation,
thereby stopping the cough. There is
nothing as good. Sold by nil druggist.
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Porter's "Tuff Stool" razors aro
open for an agent in overy town
First como first served. Printer's
ink will kcop them constantly before
the pcoplo, and nothing but tho truth
all bo told.
OAK HALL SCHOOL
Fifth grade. Ina Vaughn. H3;
Marion Conditt, 92.
Third grade. Noblo Vauehn, H.'J.
Second irrade. Barnoy Cleghorn,
88; Milan MoMican, 88; .lames
First gradn Nellio Rowland. 94.
Roth Him,, Teaclmr
Fifth irrsHo Pearl Wnipnn, HI;
'' n..r .. ;$ l.,r l-.l 1, )2
F ur r "'.in D r.. H.'j;
7 'in. (. , ' 1 ,
the best brands as usual.
to turn loose of a fine lot
ioi oc SKg)
PirM grade. Klmor Damron, J2
Ruth (larnelt, HI, Guy Watso n, 'JO
Heed Watson, s7.
Primmer. Verio Batoman, 112;
Kula Hardin, H'2: F.skcll Garnctt SSr
Fowler Lemon, Sfi,
Gooi attendance and splendid interest. I
W. Lewis Mathews
kihst oka we Lora Kclloy Hfl,
Leolic Kul ley S7.
mcruiti okaur Millie Kolloy 110.
THIHli oiiaiik Annie Gilbert SI,
Orplu I'ord Sfi, Margarot Travis S7.
KoUhtii oka we Vema Ford 7S,
Goldie Travis s;i.
okaw: Irume load !.,
Alma Ford sy. Cordio Tmvi.s Sfi, It
Susie Simpson 'JO, Grace Ford SI,
Zilpha Travis Sf, Annora Martin Sfi,
Lester Todd Sti, Frank Ford 1)1.
CALDWKLL SPIUNG SCHOOL.
nmi okaw: Bossio Gibbs HH,
Duron Koon H7, Huba Pilant JU,
Lawrence Lott 'J2. up
Knl'KTll OKAUK Let Flanarr !T,
Myra Campbell W, Walter Lott !lli, for
Vema Linzy 02, Oscar Koon DU,
Margie Beavers 1)1, Gus Kbcrlo HI,
Bay Linzy DO, Spurlin Koon HO.
hecoM) okawc Ina .loncs 91
Johnic Polk 90.
kikht oka n k Calob Oliver HI.
MlN.MR Bkahhek, Tcaohor.
IOJ ao i vvBMH
sG&, C5 &&&
Behold the time is at hand to
CUT PRICES ON CLOTHING
on j t '" .. '.!' r u l' n .ur f , rms, lr or
body or u! 1 s t! ' .1 -i f a r irt ' r. ' r , rc attention.
It nuLca 1. 1 txr ulirtiirr iu n rod LIolcli. n sore,
pim;!c, rough e or j.at something that Lntly shows
any place on ,W 'kin or ma thot u nt r.atuinl or that
nas a burning or iii hin scnvition needs treatment to keep
it from spreading nr.tl p.i JiL'y develupin'j into that hornblc disease
Eczema or a similar troi.bV.
Littells Liquid Sulphur
Stops Itching Instantly
If the trouble is tetious it will rurc it. If it ii not serious bc u
uncomfortable or unsinjitly it w:II stop whatever is wiong.
A Southern Lady Says :
I feel it is my dut7 to write and let you know what a blessing Littell'a
Liquid Sulphur Las jiuven . ir.e.
For months I wii aflllctrd wi:h a bresldnj; out on my 'ace, red, ancry
looking blotches would ippor Uon the upper patt o my face causing me
the greatest hum .uiv n.
HayinR doctored ani i (' almost every skin remedy advertised with no
Improvement whatever, I uttrjly discouraged until I obtained a bottle
of your LittrU'fl Liquid Sulphur trom your demonstrator, last August.
My fsce began to imjirov immedinttly and that obstirste hreakmg out hss
entirely disappeared. I am still using Jjttcli'i Liquid Su'phur and would
not be without it under any circimstsnccsi MRS. WESLY GORE.
Send us I Oc. in stamp' for a generous
sample bottle sent postpaid.
North 2nd Street St Louis, Mo.
Sold by Haynes & Taylor and Jas. H. Ormc.
5iifu ETI?RJg!rft -.Aa
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To Superintendents, teachers and
friends of education
The nineteenth annual Mission ik?.
the Southern Kducatmml Assoeu
tion will bo held at Atlanta Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, December
UH, :10 and 31. Tho officers of
tho Association aro making every
reasonable eflorl to make of this a
very groat meeting. The program
will provide for the discussion uf
souio of the most vital problems pertaining
In fdnrutiou iu the South at
probcnt The diciiit)in, will be by
sonio of the mnt t r.iiii urtil teachers
and loader nf ilmnglit in the eoun.
try. The attendance nhould be
largo wo liopi hoi !es than lfiOO.
will be more thin ihi if all who
aro interested in tho importance of
educational conditions, a more enlightened
policy and better educa.
tional methods will co-operate with
us, attend the mruting and use their
influence for a largo attendance.
You see many teachers and school
officers, and I am writing tn l if
you will not make it a point to talk
the SKA, uriro all to attend
who can, and be uurc tn be present
yourself. Thanking you for myself,
Dr. Claxton who is the
and for the executive
for anything you may do to assist
us, I am
Very truly yours,
.1. 0. Crabbe,