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R. F. DORR
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The Cheapest House in the County, to Bu
FURNITURE, GASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL ROBES
AND EVERYTHING IN THE FURNITURE LINE.
Give him a call before purchasing Elsewhere.
WALDO PONDRAY WARREN
THE ONE-MAN BUSINESS
It seldom safe, wise or necessary for one man In a business
IT to have a complete monopoly of all the knowledge on
,i vital portion of the business. His Incapacity or absence
for any cause might put the whole enterprise under a severe
strain which could be avoided If others knew the principal
poirti if the work. To do otherwise would be like running a
business In an unsafe building without Insurance.
What one man knows about a vital portion of the work Is
often the clilof asset of a business. Take that man away and
there Is not another man In the concern who can fill his place,
and it may be a long time before another could be found who
could take up the work.
One obstae'e that Is often encountered Is that such men
may try to hold a monopoly by keepng others from learning
anyO mg about their work. And this spirit In Itself is the
best af reasons why the work should be learned by another
man, for it indicates that the monopoly It maintained
strictly in the interest of the one holding It, even though it Is
the above him that has given him the opportunity
to learn much that he does know. Aa a rule a man
growk more by teaching others to do part c h'a work thin by
having such a monopoly, for It relieves him of commonplace
duties and encbies him to delve Into new things.
i SLmr WrmrniMnwmwm
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X CUT FLOWERS AND
0 DESIGNS FOR ALL OCCASIONS, o
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carnntion? nml rows nlayH on fcl 0
Sittli, iruitt .- write John 0
Kentucky. Give uh a Mower or eve 5f
we deserve another Z0
D. V S. 9
render the best professional
time, day or night.. 5
M4RI0N, KY. (J)
ANn Larjio Stock of Kleetrio LiL'I't
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tins (.'onstmiUy on Hand.
p,,,,., fllJ, to sond ftir Ca(n
louo No. 7.
Jhs. Clark Jr., Fleefrlc ComDany,
313 W Min St, Uni.sville, K;,
KacKelirHrxlt. Florist i'nncetoi.
and then for yorse whether
L. G. TAYLOR,
I am prepared to
services in all diseases of
Calls answered any
Great Music Offer.
Semi us the of tliruc or '
more pcrfortiier.i on the Piano or.
Or(;an oml coins in Mler
or posture anil wo will in nil you poM. '
paid our latest Popular iMiis Hull
containing U paucn lull slicei
consisting or populur onpt. .MNrelieH
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FROM THE SPRITES
A STORY FOR CHILDREN
Il.nt. r lnrlirt in h Ikx which will
nlmiil 7 it tii fhrlktinnn ilny tor
Frl. th prot'i of Irnrnol uprlten J
- KAIt FltKI): Within
(V 0 'j. ? "'I8 pncknKO you will
fo' ifty, H'l R'UiH' little thliiKB;
of pleasure, micli uh
i, A nn fellow lllriKH to a
friend he's met hut
onte or twice and yet
(& 'rffa coiiHldera rnther nlru
nml thlnkM of what
Ihe Jollj Hiason brlnKR.
I sV? We remember, sir,
your courtesy Ir.
whll we lectured
on ihe knowledge that
Ib provun. also Hint
, which Ik eoirjoctured. To our utter
I crntii udo yon wero nvor. never rude,
I for mir lienrt. indeed. Is ver llnoly
I When the eorlH of dlseoursen found
I Uh untimely eloso, w asKumhled
'in n and Indeed wo nearly
. fro.. We'd torKot'en. we'ru bt old.
, h. . ms hik'Ii a iIiIiik as cold, and
mueli too smart to thlnlt of
'lifiiun like thnKo. Hut our hearU aro
hIw.uh warm, ami In thinking, Tred.
"f you. Htich n warmth aroHe as any
,,. would boll an oyster Htew. Tlien,
ahimkltiK In tht heat, ! we did all of
' uh ci'iniiete In discission of w'lmt
would and wouldn't do. Once the
Rrew lleri'B, htit over thin we'll
draw a veil. We are all of uk o
learned that we thought (you know
the tale), that we each of us knew
test what would lend the Kreatet
zest what a modern boy would not
We consulted sundry lists which
only mixed us up the worse; we n-
Jened some siiKKestlons far too Ionj;
for any purso; and wo bickered and
we nlckored, while nbovo the moon-light
lllckered. and discovered thxt
Ideal things wero "scurce." And at
last ve gave up trylC to decide it
for ench other, and departed. sayliiR:
"Oive lilm what you like, my learned
brother." So each made his own selection,
which accounlF tor the complexion
of the nrtlcles we hope you'll
ehow your mother.
On the tip jou"l find a ticket for a
trip around t e ea.ili. This, of course,
in from old .loirfy, the chnp who
had n dearth xif , hut In fact was
ratlur dllisont 1! an lav; ho is honing
that jou realized his worth
Next j;i order Is a d'etionary don't
turn up jour no.si . Ii'. no nrdioary
volume, as I s queer appearance
shows. When you're stuck for what
to say, turn the knob the proper way,
and the word is In yon- ma.ith, and
out It rocs. In this b ck Is every
langunRe, e'en including that of birds
and Uio speech the cows are using
when they stroll about in herds. Why,
you cannot go astray, as to how and
what to say, If you use the present
sent you by old Worlds.
With npologies we mention whnt
you pot from Anglo-Saxon. He's the
chap for whom tho speech of other
nations hnd attraction. He sat down,
it Feems, and wrote you a promissory
note. You will never get the coin without
From Numcro, a present thnt will
comfort you, wo foel. It's a tablo with
a marvelous, unusual kind of wheel.
Tea, a multiplication tabic; turn tho
crank, it you are able, and you'll harts
before your eyes a luscious moal.
Old History, (bo grandpa of the
whole groat human raea, wade a Pat-
V- t,ww v-
YSflPlBL saC flJt
H Buaflrv nVes a nAd.ua u liTMIOI
1 nt Iron Memory a thing you can't
replace Put It way unto your ear,
and you'll find that all you hear you'll
remember quite distinctly for a
And lastly. Ily O. Brio, the man who
gave you such a scare, puts In something
you can always use and something
you can wear. It's a thing that
makes for health; Indeed, for happiness
nnd wealth. It's an everlasting
bottle of fresh nlr.
So remember, when your toys aro
spread about you on the rug, that tho
Learned Sprites have tried to make
you happy; they have dug In the present
mines of China, thnn the which
there's nothing finer, and wi re send
Ing you as much as we could lug If
you use these little gifts that we nro
forwarding Just right you will never
have to listen to another learned
sprite Hut there's one thing more,
towlt. "Merry Christmas." that Is
So we hereunto subscribe, in black
J Oil Kit FV.
HY C. KNK
TWO DINNERS FOR CHRISTMAS.
Menus In Which Roast Beef nnd Goose
Are the Leading Entrees.
For the Christina feast roast beef
tv roast young goose are the prime favorites,
tnklng the precedence of tur
key, which very soon after the first
of December bdglna to ktse its delicacy
of flavor. The English dinner of roast
beef and plum pudding lb historic, and
In rwent years Americans have gen
erally followed the custom of serving
an English dinner on Chriwtmas, improving
on tho old country menus by
the addition of dainty entrees and
Here are some suggestionK for
menus for Christmas home dinners.
MKNl' NO. I.
Grnjw? Fruit with Sherry.
Pmrtll OyMeru. Roasted In Shell.
nonst flirloln of Hocf.
llcrniiiila Piitutow. New Utana,
Tousled Wrtlrro im! lWum I'heene.
KmlV i offf".
.MJ'.yi NO. 2
Oyster-, ni U KnK !!
Cream of Cl.rv t"nv ' olives.
I'"r!e.1 fhil,i ?.txre Tartan.
I'o.ut Y-v T ISOlMP.
App'o V .
Mnsheil H-i ' I V. ".Onions.
Sti!T-J r.rf'i l'"..i'rr
Itomnliie Sil.ni t'i.i T'n W..fors.
r. It,.,rl ..' "-.
Pliini P- '- "I I!e
Gl I Trltd !t.
Pe'le ' -!.. my lr want
a little .elh t -.1
Aunty V.V. wi o. t In n sprig
or two of nils le'oc. ir?
Helle N'oiisi'iifr. .i..n.' '. Why, I
should havn nil thu vouus men kissing
Aunty Indeed, no, my dear. Thy4
do nothing of th klad. I'to trtt4
This wonmn Hay sho was flared
from an operation by Lydla E.
. Pinkhani'd Vegetable Compound.
Lena V. Henry, of Norristown, Ga
' writes to Mrs. Pinkhara :
" I suffered untold misery from female
troubles. My doctor said an operation
was the only chance I had, and I
dreaded it almost as much as death.
" One day I read how other women
had been cured by Lydia K. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound, and I decided to
try it. Before I had taken the first
bottle I was better, and bow I am en-
" Eyery woman suffering with an
female trouble should take Lydla 2
YHtilsliam'ii Vvt&ti1k PmnnMtirt
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia & Pink-ham's
Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
vromen who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulceration,
fibroid tumors, irregularities,
pains, backache, that
Sriodic feeling, flatulency, indigee
tion, dizziness or nervous prostration.
Why don't you try it?
Mrs. Plnkham invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
Hlio has raided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
ALL PAST DUE SUBSCRIPTIONS
with this office with
in the next ten days
will be turned over to
our collectors. The publishers
we prefer for
all to settle with us and
save us costs and themselves
THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS.
Never give up, and think that
all women, )oure!l included, hare
to suffer pain.
Thousands ol women bavc written
to fell bow they have cured
their womanly ills, and relieved
their pains; and over a Billion
have been benefited, in various
other forms ol female duuese, dur
in; (be pait 56 years, by that
popular and toccesiful female
"I believe I would now have
been dead," wriles Mrs. Minnie
Lambc, of Lebanon Junction, Ky.,
"if it hadn't been for Cardut. I
bad suffered with bad cramping
spells, pains In my back, aides
and armi, aid awful bearing-don u
pains. Now these pains have all
gone, as a. result of using Cardiol."
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR rr.FF ADVICE,
stating igo une1 descrll Ins?
to Loft.. Ail orj Dcpt.,
Tho OiattnnffHa Mtuiplre Co.,
Chattanooga, Tenu. E 33
Any man en im-e iinelf with
Porter's "Tull Ste.l" rr.nrj with
perfect a-e lor Jerry Portci's uooi'.
are tho very beM ai.d '. vc to be
when be s.ys so. 27 4t I
cciul Y .ir Orders to
Sam D. Xt'jnVr, Owner.
I Coll in Itin. Lora!s nf the
F. E. and C. U. ol A.
n! nrli!(!ii(lnn County.
A call to the Locils of tlm I K.
and (', V. i f A. ol Crittenden County
.Meetiiik on Si- il Thurso ry and
Friday in .lutiin'ry.
Let nil ienli e'ect ouo
lor ench twenty or majority fraction
ami one .
lift aM the enmity officers and
county committees bo prohent. The
forenoon of the day will be devoted
In public and t he report of tho
At this meeting all county claims
may bo settled if itimized and presented,
I will on Thurfday, Dec. 31st,
11108, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the
court houfcj door in tbe town of
Marion, Crittenden oouaty, Ky.,
rent to tho highest bidder for tho
year 1901) the farm known as the
Lewis Walker farm 3 miles southwest
of Marion. "Bond with approved
security required parties desiring to
rent, will po and look over the farm.
29 2t J. P. Pierce, guardian.
Past Being Realized By Marion
A little backache at first.
Daily increasing till the back is
lume and weak.
Urinary disorders quickly follow
Diabotus and finally Briglil's disease.
This is the downward course of
Don't tako this course. Follow
the advice of a Marion citizen.
G. W. I Ncsbctt, living on Depot
street, Marion, Ky., says: "Kidney
disease had reduced me t a
chronic invalid. I suffered so severely
from this complaint at no
time thnt I was unable to get out of
bed and no one could describe the
suffering I endured. 1 often wished
that death might relic c my tnisoy.
The secretions wero thick, filled
with a sediment and my limbs were
badly swollen. The doctor said I
bad dropsy and bold out little hope
r my recovery. I could not raise
my arms ahnvn my bead, in fact,
there was an almost complete paralysis
of the right aide. I had uo hopes-of
ever getting better when a relative'
r.lvised mo to try Doan's Kidney
I'lilsumi n box was procured for mo
u Iaynks & Tavi.or's drug stor
I improved from the aid continued
tikiiiL' this remedy until all
J symptoms from which I bad boon a
Kidney Pills is the best kidney
in the world 1 am thoroughly
For .-ale by all dealers. Prioo 50
cents. Co., Huffalo,
Xow York, sole agonts for the United
take no other.
FOR SALE Two
in Owensboro Busi-
S M JENKINS,
Want especially SKUNK, MINK. RACCOON, FOX, OPOSSUM,
OTTER and MUSKRATS. Ship your produce to us.
Highest market prices for Hides, Wool. Tailow, Fealhers,
Beeswax, Dried Fruit, Medicinal Roots, Ginseng and Horse
We are Dealers and Exporters.
No Commission Charged on Prompt Returns.
Aeente for largest tanneries in America. Established 1868. Reference
any Bank or Merchant in Louisville, or nsk your neighbors who ship to us.
Shiping tags and prices on application. Try us with a shipment.
ISAAC ROSEMBAl'M &. SOM,
321-323 East Market, Lo jisiille, Ky