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ALLUHIH. 1 Dft r.,.Z7ZT
Promotes Dickon n-M.
m WOT NARCOTIC.
uon . oour aiomani.uuniuu
Worms onvukkms Jewish
nrss and Loss or Sleep.
FacSiimk Signature of
Exa& Copy of Wrapper
x) Curt, Ho Ply, is a Mist
To get an antiseptic strong enough
to kill catarrh gcrino, and not
tho tiasunt nf tho membrane at
f fia uttnii limit li m kn m Mkl.M
which wan never lolvej until the dis
covery of Hyomei (pronounced High-o
Hyomei is prepared from eucalyptus,
i ho moat powerful yet healing
ntisoptia known, Urea(he it through
the inhaler over the inflamed and
5 f n ri I 1 1 1 ain'irtji fur or la
liar, and in -a few. days 'the germ's
will diiappear. i
The inflamed condition will go,
too, and iheaDurning,.. hawking and
ofentiive breath, and the discharge
of mucous and cruets in the nose
will ceata. ' i
Then mWf should 'any catarrh sufferer
hesitate, whon Hayno's A Taj.
lor ha snuck faith in Hyomei that
alter a tair trial' nyomci does not I
A complete Hynmui outfit, mcltid
r lve Counties
For Sale of 8,000,000 Pounds-Other Per
Cent, to be Paid When Sold.
The mombors of Ihc stemming District
Association will bo'paid
por oent on tho sales mado of
the 1908 crop, mado by tho sooioty,
begining with Monday, and tho pay-neat
will be continued until all of
tho tobacco growers roooivo thn
aaount duo thorn. This news will be
gladly rocoived by tho farmers and
it will givo thom somo ready money.
The payment of tho por
oent, will bo made to tho members
of tho Stemming District Association
in Henderson, Crittondon, Webster,
Union and Hopkins counties. Thoro
are about 1 , ." 0 0 niuulitm m iiupkmr.
county who will bo H.
action of the nocioty. The iiumiiIi.t
in this county will receive i '"'ir
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Have
k ml I
i lf, In
TW ? MPMT. HW Ta IYY.
nig he inhaler, cotln 11,00, and
extra bottle, if aftowards noedid,
hut fiO cents. Hyomei also
asthma, oroup, sore throat,
cold or grip, 33 35,
TRIP TO NIAGH.BH FALL'S.
A free trip to Cincinnati, Walnut
Hills, Cleveland, 'Toledo, Niagara,
Falls and the Great Lakes, will be
given Radnor girls at' the eldse of
next term. ' '
TT. The first gifl, of jj,ut readers
who secures twenty subscriptions to
I'HKSS WILIS BK a w a rd e d
a scholarship at Radnor,
providing tutition in litcry music art
or clecution for the autumn session.
Nashville is a beautiful city, the 'ed
ucational center bf tho 'south. Had-
nor's educational tours aro delightful
Why not secure tho prize, continuo
second session and get the trip free
to Pay Growers of
I heir Pro Rata.
checks at tho looal office of tho society
Tho Stemming District has disposed
of 24,000,000 'pounds of its 1908
orop and has only 8,000,000 pounds
Negotiations aro ponding for tho
salo of this
amount and an
is expeotcd to bo mado of its
conBumation in tho near future
As soon as tho ruiuainuor ol tho
1908 orop on hand is sold tho members
will roceivo tho othor
per cent less ono and . n,. hulr p,
cent, which will m.iku 98 1 ' ,.r
cent, thoy will bo oiiimIimI to ''ho
rciiMiuing one ami IM,r ,,,
will housed to.lelnn i..i expense
i'' tin. iih""iiHtiiiii Id, '. r
Kemicktii hurt ly
N. Y in n
",u";i " -.i Jan. -i. uuy,
Hughes today sent to the Benato the
ujriiiiuBiiun ui rrcuricK a. wains,
nf NV Ynrt m Ko H,,n,:nJi
Mr. Wallis, who was born in Ken
tucky in lBUS), has been identified
with the insurance business for tho
last fourteen years. For six years
ho was general agont for Kentucky
of tho Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance
Company and later became
direotor of agencies in Marvlaud of
the New York Lifo Insurance Company,
a position he resigned to become
manager of the New York city
agenuy of the Home Lifo Insurance
Company, last year bocotning agency
luperintendunt of the Home for
eleven Kastcrn States.
Tho nomination was referred to the
Committco on Insurance, of which
Senator Qrcttan. of Albany, is
Mr. Wallis was a native of
and is well known in
Louisville. He was assistant
agent for the Northwestern Mutual
Insurance Company in Kentucky,
and at one time had an oflico
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happiness it
Would Bring to Marion Homes.
Hard to do housework with an
Brings you hours of misery at
leisure or at work,
If women only knew the eausc
Hackaohe pains ' are from the
Twould save much needless woe.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick
Marion people endorse this
Mrs. Majy Alexander, li.vtog in
Marion, Ky., says I was afflicted
with kidney trouble for three or four
years. 8barp twinges bf pain' would
eatoh me in the baok When stooping
or lifting and I was unable to rest
well on aocouot of., the constant
aching at night, ..At times I waa
very nervous, there was a dull, Ian '
guid feeling constantly with me and
headaches And ditty spells bothered
ii i i .-..,.
meocoastonallr I war also troubled
with a blurred sight, and the kidney
.. . . ' ,. ,
secretions contained a sediment when
ever they were allowed to stand I
.n ordered Doan's vi ..-..
finally Kidney Pills
at Haynes ifc Taylor's drug store and
am glad to say that they gave me
prompt rcliel. I have no hesitation
in recommonding Doan's Kidney
Pills to other sufferers."
Co., Buffalo, Now
York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's-
and take no other.
Licenses to Wei.
Krnost Carr to Miss 'ula Slaydcn.
A. I). Horning to Miss O. K.
L. C. Chandler to Miss Minnie
.1. S. Bugg to Miss Nellie Thom.
Guy Olive to Miss Lilian Hoath.
H. C. Marvel to Miss Lola
F L. Corloy to Miss Annie
The Secret of Long Life,
t A French scientist has discovered
one secret of long life. His method
deals with the blood, But long ago
millions of Americans had proved Electric
Bitters prolonc lifo nnd makes it
'"rh livinff. 'It purifies, enriches nnd
vitalizes tho blood, rebuilds wnatrvt
nerve colls, imparts lifo and tone to
no .'ntire 'vstm. Its n godsend -to
sick nnd debilitated people.
"Kidnev trouble had Witrhted rriy Iffo
rr months." writes W. M. Sherman,
f Cushing. Me., "but Electric Bitters
r.d me entirely." Only fi0c, at
' " '1 OrmeV and Hnyncs & Taylor's
""i:ss wi:xt mown taikh."
'Ml Vlv.,st,.p W, J,,,,, from
noapnllB, i-vi,. j. , (,(8S
' toir, Hspod
t' ' liney Orison, after
Johnny Uvea at 712 Twenty-first
avenue South. Ho was playing In
an upstairs room when he fell from
A. wltlftniv A mnnw Afttt knlnw ...
.. ... u.... ..n U...I. IKlUn
j . .... ...
cu uuuniiy a appnreniiy ratal piunge
I1" xc,.l,"5 "port: and ho wft" KO,n
K iciiuhi inu periorinance wnen
mrainea ny nis motner.
. .Mrs- Carlson had seen her unn
ffllllnc. and ruihort Into tht vnrrl or.
pcctlng to find him dead or severely
injured. The youngster was not
oven scratched. He Is tho son of
Andrew Carlson, president or tho
Minneapolis Pressmen's Union
A western banker who hns, in
three presidential cnmpalKnB. voted
against William J. Bran, recently
remarked: "While I do not agree
with "Mr. Hryiin in tho policies ho
advocates, I nm freo to Hay that I
regard hlin nB the most Important
citizen In the country to-day. An
an ever read) protestant against the
encroachments of special Interests
ho Is rendering Invaluable service to
the country and hut for him some
of these special Interests would run
iiway with us "
This was certainly n high tribute
from a polltlral opponent and the
correctness of the tribute will, we
believe, bo generally approved That
this i thii common opinion may explain
the oft repeated remark, that
although defeated for the presidency
three times, Mr. nran's hold upon
the American people to-day 1b stronger
It Is safe to Ray that thousands
of men who voted against William
J. Hrnn rnnfldontly look to tho defeated
candidate for tho presidency
for inmo measure of protection from
Imposition by the beneficiaries of tho
In this view, then, Mr Hryan
so fnr as public Interests
are concerned a position second in
importance only to that of the president
Ah a great Commoner in whose
purltj of purpose men of all parties
have absolute confidence, William
J. Hryan, hns n great opportunity to
render service to his fellows That
he will grasp this opportunity no one
will doubt. He will do it from the
lecture platform; he will do It in
newspaper Interviews; but best of
all he will do it through his own
publication The Commoner a paper
that Is now stendllj forging to
the front bfcause through its columns
the American people may continually
keep in touch with Mr,
Hrjun's opluion upon public questions
and with his efforts for the
Mr nryan announces that he has
again assumed editorial charge of
mi- commoner nnd that he wll give
afctlve, personal attention to the editorial
Men of all political parties have n
deep and abiding interest In the fight
which Mr. Ilryan Is to wage through
tho columns of The Commoner It
Is a fight for the public welfare; a
fight against the -encroachment by
special Interests upon tho public
a fight for the protection bf
the men who. in professional office,
fnr'm. In counting room or In
workshop Klvo honest toll for their
livelihood. It Is a fight to preserve
popular govern'raontr rirf the fathers
In tho initial number of The Commoner
nrlnfpH In iQoi . r n
Unld: "The Oommonei,vu'lil ' h. ,.-
Isfled If. by fidelity to the people. It
proves its right ... to the name which
nnu txnn W nr. vl m
v ""- munuii. i ne .ijommoncr
has proved He right to the name n
bI!cnu.8e ,l J" R,,L,nK th,ft Proof In
uance me commoner deserves
the support of the American people.
,,!l,nB that a ,wj(lPr circulation .of
. Commoner In our section will
materially adtanre the HnmnKnH.
cause, nnd that a large per cent of
our readers, as well as others who
Phould be regular readers of our paper,
will take pleasure In helping to
ncrease The Commoner's Influence
in this community, we have made
special arrangements with Mr. Bryan
whereby we can fnrniaii un -..,-
moner and The Crittenden
at the exceptionally low rate
of $1 no each for one vear .Thls
special rate holds good for a limited
time onlv Oniora atim.i.i ...
direct to this office
Soldiers Balks, Qjeath, Plot.
It seemed to J, A. Stone a civil war
verteran, of Keipp, Texan., that a
plot existed between, a desperate lung
trouble and tho grave to cause his
death. "I contracted a stubborn cold"
he writes, "that developed a cough
that stuck to me, in spite of all
for years. My weight ran down
to ISO pounds. Then I began to use
Dr. King a New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now
weigh 1 ?8 pounds. " For severe Colds,
obstanant Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asthma,
and to prevent Pneumonia it's
unrivaled. 50c. and $1,00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by Jas. H. Orme
and Hnyncs & Taylor.
Patrons can suvc themselves
by noticing if thoir
lights uro right when tho ourront is
put on, which is at 4 o'clock p, u,
usually, and earlier on cloudy days.
ncnavoa man ior attending to
to troublo botwoen that limo and
(I o'clock, as it casv to renair anv
break in daylight, oven if on a polo,
whereas after dark it is exceedimlv
dancerous. especially on damn duvs.
to climb a polo. Hcpaias insido tho
housn oan bo attended to muoh more
to patrons in daylight,
and it frequently occurs that wo have
no available hand just at u' o'olock
J. D. tfALL
Watch Maker and Repairer,
In Dr. J. N. Todds' Drugstore
.Ail work on Watches, Clocks
Jewelry, Guns, Sewing Machines
and Musical Instruments
it from spreading and possibly
VALID IS FARMERS
Trust However, Prohibited From Boost
ing Prices Court of Appeals
HANDS DOWN OPINION IN INTERNATIONAL
Harvester Case-Damage Suit Reversed
-Lassing and Hobson Dissent.
Fidukfort, Ky., Jan. 20. -Tho
Court of Appeals in a leughty opinion
written by Judge O'Rear today
affirmed the judgement of tho Hardin
Circuit Court in the case of the
Commonwealth against the International
Harvester Company. Tho
company was indicted under the
anti-trust act but the lower court
sustained a demurrer to the indictment
on the ground that the act of
1900 permitting farmers to pool their
crops discriminated against the harvester
Tho defense of the company to tho
indictment was that the anti-trust
act of 1890 was repealed by the 1900
pooling act. In sustaining the ac
TI1K WIIOLK FAMILY.
Nobody knows of the. holes to mend,
NVbody knows of the button lost;
Nobody knows of the babes to tend,
Nobody knows what the groceries
Nobody knows of the socks to darn.
Nobody knows of the patching
Nobody knows hero we'll end this
Nobody1 knows but mother.
Nobody knows of the shoes to buy,
Nobody knows of tho yearly bills,
Nobody knows when the gas bill's
.Nobody gets these thrills,'
Nobody wears his last year's suit,
What, agarn? Well, father;
Nobody gets the eternal boot.
To, tot orie but father.
Nobody knows of the fashion tip,
Nobody knows o.f the newest
Nobody knows whore silch things
When they are gone from underneath;
Nobody knows of shoes that pinch.
And other things that twist her;
Nobody knows what makes .har
Nobody knows but sister.
Nobody knows of. pants cut down,
"When dnd no more will wear 'em;
Nobody knows how ma can frown
If he, perchance, shall tear 'em;
Nobody knows how dear, sweet sis
Utters things a girl should smother,
If he but hides nnd hears a kiss
Nobody knows but brother.
J LlM JM J y
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on your skir whether it be on your face, arms, legs or
body or takes the form of a sore throat requires attention.
It makes no difference whether it's a red blotch, a sore,
pimple, rough place or just something that barely shows
any place on your skin or scalp that is not natural or that
oas a burning or itching sensation needs treatment to keep
Eczema or a similar trouble.
Li ttells Liquid Sulphur
Stops Itching Instantly
If the trouble is serious it will cure it. If it is not serious but is
uncomfortable or unsightly it will stop whatever is wrong.
A Southern Lady Say:
I feel it is my duty to write and let you know what a blessing LittelTa
Liquid Sulphur has proven to me.
For months I was afflicted with a breaking out on my face, red, angry
looking blotches would appear upon the upper part of my face causing me
the (.reatest hi.n:ittiaticn,
Having doctored and used almost every skin remedy advertised with no
improvement whatever, I wis utterly discouraged until I obtained a bottle
rt mnr Littell'a Liauid Sulphur from your demonstrator, last August.
My face began to improv immediately and that obstinate breaking out has
entirely disappeared. I am still using LitteU'a Sulphur and would
not be without it under any cue jmstances.
Send us I Oc. in stamps, for a generous
sample bottle sent postpaid.
-.L 1J C-
,TXTM'i'wmjzzv7?mmwrsiV'&iG. r . . v
tion of the lower court, the eourt
here says that the demurrer to the
indictment was properly sustained as
the latter failed to state that the
combination or trust known jb the
International Harvester Company
had enhanced the valua of its machinery
above the real valuc'and not
upon the ground that the act of 1890
was in conflict with the act of 1906.
By this decition, tho ace permitting
the farmers to pool their crap to obtain
better prices is susiaincd but
ihc trusts and combines are prohibit-,
ed from uniting to boost the price of
their articles above their real values.
Judges Lassing and Hobson dissented
from the opinion,
EATS HEKR GLASS AND DIES.
Youth, to Win 1, Breaks Vemel
nnd Swallows Piece.
Now York, Jan. 27. From, peritonitis,
caused by eating 'a beer
glass, Samuel Van Dorn, a colored
youth, who lived In the Rdck'away
road, near Jamaica, has died. Van
Dorn, who was eighteen jpacg.old
and wanted to buy his 'sweetheart a
present, ate the glass without losing
a piece to.wlp a II wager. .
Van Dorn never "welched" on a
dare. Once he won $5 by eating a
foot of hemp rope, and his digestion
was not affected in the leas...
negro friends,, on le.arntag.'48am
was broke," decided to tst Mils' d!-
gestlve powers to the lirnlt.' .'Jim
Williams, the police say, put up the
tl and dared "Sam" to eat a br
'glass. Van Dorn accepted the oer.
He got his father's ax and ntj to
a saloon where a referee
he smashed It Into small pleWJ'Hl
meal lasted almost an hour, after
which the youth rubbed his. stomach
as if In great satisfaction: "Sam"
took the dollar and bought-a .ring
for his fiancee. That night' be was
taken ill, and .he died early next-day
band bags.and bur
lap: any kind, any quality, any.where; .;
we pay freight. Hi oh mend; Bag , ,
Co., Richmond, Va. 32 lOt
developing into that horrible disease
MRS. WESLY GORE.
Aduteti on ippllcitloo
1 Inn!. Mo. W5&1
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