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3) I G TAYLOR. D. V S.
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THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS
WALDO PONDRAY WARRIM
THE ABILITY TO TEACH
ability to teach other htw to da the wrk you arc
THE yeuraelf eften mmuru tha difference between gaining
or losing mn opportunity.
A manufacturer waa atarchlng far a faraman far ana at
his ahaas, anal tha right man for the right place eeemei' haral
fins). Ha waa witling to My salary If ha eaufd ftnat
the man ha wantaal. Ona af hie aaeeclalea asked him why Ha
didn't take ana of tha man In tha ahaa and make him
MThere ara a number af men there who might team te
know enough to warrant making tha experiment, but ae far
ae I can find out there la net one ef them who can teach eth
era how ta da tha work, and that la eemothlng a foreman muet
a able te da. I could put those men In and I suppose
ws might get along fairly well fer the pressnt. But there
wouldn't be much gntwth In the capacity ef the man unlaaa
tha man evet them waa progressive and could lesrn things
and tsach them. The man I want could came Into the ehop
ana learn tha work hlmeelf and than turn around and give
painters to seme ef the men who have boon there far yan."
One aecret ef sueceoeful teaching Is to feel sympathetically
tha mental neede ef ethers, aasJ keep their mlnde apsn fer
Instruction by not weumllng tfewr pride. The poet aald. "Men
eheuld be taught aa though you taught them net, and things
unknown propossd aa things forgot."
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For Dyspepsia and Indigestion
If you Suffer from Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gas on
the Stomach, Belching, Sour Stomach, Heart-burn,
etc., a little Kodol will Relieve you almost Instantly
Kodol supplies the samp dlgeM ivo
Juices that are found In a healtliv
Moinaeh llcliig a liquid, it Marts
dlgeMbui at once.
KihIoI not onl) digests your food,
lint liclpsyoiionjoj exory'inuuthfiil
You need a stifllrtent amount of
pood, wholesome food to maintain
r n,'tli and health.
it it, t Iif food must 1h) digested
II "iiil'IiI)i tin.' pains of
(iti'l1 tMIuii and dyspepsia arc I ho
V I .pit your stomach cannot dolts
iurk PMiHrlv, take something to
liolp )oni .stom ic!i. Kodol is the
inn tiling tiial will rti)
Vi I . .' im..u. i ivodui decs tins
FAfeni" ' o'f :' a f - r; stomrch. and
gKH I' ! a natuial . .iv.
f LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
BBaaausBs HOT KWSVILLE, KY. a.
"A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION"
So. don't negle"t )our stomach.
Hon t U'como a chronic dsoptic.
Keep )our stomach hcaltliv and
Mnuig h taking a Ht tic Kodol.
on don't haw to take Kodol all
the time You only tako It when
)ou need It.
Kodol is perfectly harmless.
(Jo to vnur ilriicirlKt today tint gn ii
I lit-n you luiuum d tlio
i nilri' cntitintH nf the bolt . if v, ,.,.
lioiii'Uly my tlmt Ii Iiiih iiotdoiifyou anv
bihhJ tin- L.ttlc to tint triiCKlxt.uiiU
im will ytiiir inowv
tt, win ti.n pay
Ikin't hesitate, all .IriiitKlMs know
tliiitoiirk'uiiriint.Milsis'o.Kl. Thin offer
tn tho luriri! tKittloonly nncl to hut one
in :i family Tlio urk'i lxu o contain"!,
limes ii h nitii'h ns tlio llftyct'iit ImiiIh.
Kodol is prepared at t he
of K. (.'. DeWItt A- Co., Chicago.
LBESONS BY MAIL
INDPOII N IW CATALOG
THE JOY OF
7 EV. A. C. DUOfl.D.D.,
Pario. W . A.. IMmV
"It I more bltHHod to Rive than to
Acts 20: 5.
ttolltalroe, are ao
brilliant that they
need no other
(Cms to set them
off. This text Is
such a gem of
truth. It appears
to have been emitted
by the four
picked up by Paol
as he came aloe
after them, but
there wan really
no omlHHlon. Tha
lean upon each other; It takes them
all to make n whole, Tills one Is a
sort of summnry of all the rest: It la
he lire of Christ tn a nutshell. It la
but another way of shIiik. "The Son
of man came not to be mlnlxtered unto,
but to minister"
OlvIriK Imparts more joy tnan
Qlving Includes Rscelvlng.
"GItc, and It shall he kItwi unto
you. pressed down. runnlnK oyer,"
"Honor the Lord .with thy substance
and with the first fruits of all thine In
crease, so shall thy barns be filled
with plenty " Scripture after scripture
Hoes to prove thnt the man who gives
receives, though the man who recelven,
sad to nay, does not always s'lve
is but n province In the larger
kingdom of giving-. Note, however,
that It Is KlvlnR not trading, not pay-Ing
nor hnrterlnv; If w K've with a
view to recelvhiK from Ood, we jelve
not at all If we give expecting nothing
In return Ood will mitke an sbund
ant return If e give expecting him
to repny. the very nnture of the act is
changed He doen not promise to give
money for money, bond for bond, gold
for gold, but he doe promise that to
those who give he will make returns
"Olve of such thingn as ye have, and,
behold all thlngg are clean unto you."
(Luke 11 41 ) The foulest things In
ur chloa are hut the
money In the pockets of lomo men
who have not given a cent af It to God
The fountain that throwa up Its
sparkling water Into the sualliht is
made clean by the very process of glv.
inc. The Dead ea. with its browa
aaphsltum, is the foulest of places. No
fish live tn Its waters: no fowl awiai
upon Its bosom, and the secret' oi IU
foulne is that it takes the Jordan la
at one aide and gives off nothing The
ea of Galilee would be as foul at the
Dead see. if it gave not off the Jordan
that It receives The man that only
takes blessing fiora God Is a Dead sea;
the man that receive from Ood and
give hack of what he receives la a
Oalllrr full of life and heauty. I hare
heard of a Christian woman who. while
poor, gs.re liberally to several good
cause but after he had inherited a
fortune she censed to give anything.
Oue of the deacons waited upon her
and asked her the reason. 8ha frankly
replied that, while she was poor
she dtd not know the value of money,
but after she became rich ahe saw that
one dollnr would make another, and it
dried up the fountain of her beneo
lence. Receiving made her narrow
On the diary of a good woman In
New York, who received 15,000 from a
friend, were written the words.
"Quick, quick, before my heart grows
hard " She had leen In the habit of
giving a certain portion of all her
earnings to the Iird, and when ahe
found Hint ahe had $5,000 on band tin
temptation una atrong not to give th'"
same proportion, but to keep It for her
own use She felt the polluting
process begin and hnstened to counteract
It by promptly giving.
Giving Develops All Other Graces.
Giving Is a' grace "As ye abound In
ever.Mhlng, In faith and utterance am)
knowledge, mid In all diligence, and hi
your love to uh. see that ye abound In
thlH grace nlmi " The growth of an
grace will develop other grace). Just
as the grow th of an uln will develop
all other sins. Giving fosters and in
creases love. We love those for whom
we make saciltlces The mother
mcft tcuiloily the child for whom she
Kives the most sleepless nights I
may not tinders' and why God IlrBr
loved sinners, but after I have seen
Christ on the cross, learned something
of how much God has sacilflced for
slntieis. I understand why he loves
them now. If you would attach a man
to you, tlo him a kindness; If )ou
would hind him to you with hooks or
steel, get him to do ou n kindness
(Jiving makes us cheerful, while receiving
may make a man morohe nn
molanchol) Some of tho gloomiest,
most fodorn men are those who simply
know how to hold the strings of their
pocket books and keep all they have.
Those who gave their money to the
support of the Telegu mission thomdi
for 20 years thnt there wns no retur
but the Interest ciune louring In with
10,000 converts In one year. Dorcas is
tlouhtlesB being surprised In heaven
very day. She Is still gathering th
frtilta of the sewing society that she
organised for the oor. That widow
who put In tho two mltee rejoices wit
Dorcas in the returns that are stil'
coming In. It lll take time and
eternity to exhaust the Influence erf
their selfsacrlflclug acta. I
I Bad I
I Backache I
Sack ageaks m sm weara H
Mfer, every anggk, tress ck
Is M accessary Ne. H cm I
ke arevsated aad rttieved, wkci
csased ky feasts treekk, ky ttk H
I ki SKSlckse wtrk sfwcktc, cava H
Mr adleg, m Ike ftaul fltgaaa
4 hMctleM, wkkk acta ky re
HrvkH tkt rsagisslsa, s4es(sg
tkt film aad kaMHsg tkt ariaaa
H vU hactieaa af I a eraser stale H
a4 katitk. Try.
MI stlered fer. II years," writes
Mn. MaNada A. Aken, af laskasi,
Va, "with TirieM fessale treakks.
I ka tack a kakacke thai U
ertw sie arer, m I cesM aet sisad
atralgkL The tferters cesM ael
Ma bm, m I tek CcrM aad
aew feel kfce a asw weaau."
At All DrultU
WRIT! rot HE1 ADVICE,
aUtlng age and describing-
to teaMse Atvitrv Dnt.,
The Cbattaaoeca. Kadldae Co..
Chattanooga, Tena, U It
rif.eu tit, Tal
Fresh. EellabU. furs
mudIhS to PlMIt
nrrlor tnt m of Our
FOR 10 CENTS
we will wnd pnntpaiit our
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'JFlf. T NOKTHKIIN si;i:i .
IDS llo.o ."I. Ilorbford, UliiiiiU
Oie way is to pay no stteatlB
ib it; at least not until it develops
iflto pneumonia, r
bronchitis, or pleurisy.
way is to ask your doctor
about Aycr's Cherry
If he says, " The best
thiii for colds," thci take it.
D as he says, anyway.
We pmklttk r rraU
W tuld !
W art ye
ken the kewels are constipated, poisonous
substances are absorbed into the
blood instesd of beingdiily removed from
the body as nature intended. Knowing
this dsnRtr, doctors slways inquire about
the condition of the bowels. Ayer's Pills.
Jdd. b j th J. C. Ar r Co., Lawcll. KM.
How to Cure
Well Known Family Pbsiciao OivesQood
"When n person rnnnot at oidlnsry
food without discomfort afterwnrd, when
hf has hrnrtliurn nick henilarhp. trm
hour food, and this condition has contln
upJ for o week or more. It certainly Is
time to do something and do It quickly."
That's wlat n popular physician tecently
iald to tlio writer. "Flnt tldiiK you
know you II have djrpcpsla If you don't,"
The end best way to regain
your nurinu'. condition Is to ctcp Into the
ilniK stoic and buy a 50c bottle of Dr.
CaUlwull's Syrup It Kives natural,
dallv movements to tlio bowels, and
Hint is usually where more than half tho
tioublo lies. Then It aids digestion,
eweetens the stomach, acts on tlio liver
and Is a Reucial system tonic. '
rostmaster HldRill, of Urucevllle, Tcx .
had such a severe attack of dyipepsla
thnt his stomach, liver and bowels ;
ecemed almost paralyxed, but n few doses j
V. AS I . t.ll. - . V. ... ,V.,VI.U I, .11.
and today he Is well as ever Maude Hall,
Alpena, Mich., says that one bottle cured
her of a very severe, case of indigestion.
A. L. i:.plch Chief of Police, New Philadelphia
Ohio, says: "I find Dr.
Syrup Pepsin the best remedy for
Indigestion I ever used 1 would not bo
without it." Hev. A. J Fletcher, Ruthcr
ford, Tcnn., Is now SO, and yet it cured
him of stomach trouble of SO years' standing.
Mrs Mattle Crouch, Tlptonvllle,
Trnn , cured her five months' old bnby of
Indigestion with it, so you see that while
it Is so effective It will cure cases of
long standing of dyspepsia and constipa
tion In old people, it Is perfectly safe ror
bubles, and It Is pleasunt to tike, and
docs not pain or gripe.
All druggists nell It at 60c and 11 00
per bottle. Pepsin Syrup Co., 807 Caldwell
nids., Montlecllo, 111., arc glad to
send a free nnmple to any one who has
sot used It and will give It a fair trial
FOR SALE BY ALL DIIUGGI8T.
YOUNG FRENCH WOMAN POSES AS
CUSTOMER IN FAMOUS SHOPS
TRAPPED BY AN ATTENDANT
teen Making Sketches of Latest Designs
While Presumably Writing
Out Orders fer (2&wna Method
la Quite Original.
Rome. Mile. Julia Barberlni's
method of making her fortune is aot
recommended to those possessed ot
strong scruples, but It In none the less
original and worthy of being told.
It Is, of course, in Paris that "la
mode" is creeUed, and the dressmakers
and tailors of other countries purchase
their snodels from there. Out
Mile. Harbarlnl found a better way
and or many years aha realised good
profits by presenting to the chief
Iressmakern of this and other large
towns la Italy the newest and roost
exclusive fashions which she procured
In Paris by a most ingenious and delicate
At the commencement of the season,
aa soon as the new fashions were out,
two people would present themselves
In the show room of one of the largest
"magaslns" of Paris. The attendants
hastened to wait on a richly dressed
young woaaaa, dark, alender and
Rccoaspanied by an old gentleman.
The young woman threw herself
Into a chair, grumbled with a
strange foreign accent of the tyrann)
of fushlon to which she had to submit,
and of the bother of buying new
frocks, and hardly paid much attention
to the "mannequins" who paraded
before her with the latest In walking,
evening and ball dresses of all sorts.
Presently her Interest seemed to
awaken a little and she drew out a
Mttle gold pencil and some Ivory tablets,
on which to write down te all
appearances her orders. The parade
went on and a second assistant was
called to help this bard to please woman
to make up her mind, and so it
went for nearly four hours until tha
She Was Net Writing Dewn Orders,
But Drawing the Deelgne,
couple departed, Baying they would
send In their erdere later.
Upon a recent occasion the two as-Mutant
who attended to the couple
were nearly exhausted when a chanco
movement gave one of them an
Sho happened to look tn
one of the big glanses at the back ot
the dtpatlsfled customer and there
i naw that she was not writing down
her orders, but was drawing, with
facile peli, designs of the Intest fash
ions which were being paraded before
"We have omethlnK still better In
another room," said the girl, "if
' miidaine will follow me.'' The old
i gentleman was asked to remain where
he was. and tho asHlstant conducted
hiT customer to a smnll flttinB room.
, where tdio closed and double-locked
ou tho stomnch, water brash, belches up ' the door tiion her,
Then she returned
to the old Kentlemnii mid told him his
companion wns a prisoner and would
remain so until she save up her tab-his
upon which she had been making
her Flvo minutes after, they
lmtli ltt the shop to ii commence at
some oilier, no doubt, but liming behind
them the ladj's labors of tho
imM four hours.
Tin Pinion Professional WomrnV
club 1 . tnkon up the mnlier of
nnd a inofi'ii"
rcn'ith at vhich the wa
di-. i. -1 1 Mrs. I sun I.. Hire of
New York, the pro!n t of (lie Anti-Noi-'e
their sympathy in inntcrinl wnys.
THE BYSTANDER'S JOKE.
"Oh. what will my wife say?"
whbed tho victim of a reeklec chauf
'If s'-e's anvlhini: l:kc "v w.fi."
' ' '"
remarked a bystander. '
your o.ui fault.' " V
toiu h of 'm'v to at. n'Sr"
iuh p 'U'troit I'n'c Pr
Brave Fire Laddies
ftcn receive severe burns, putting out
fires, thcnUBe;Bucklen'B Arnica Salve
and forRet'them. It soon drives out
pnin. For Rums, scalds, woundB, cuts
and bruiscs'its earth's greatest healer
Quickly cures Skin Eruptions, Old Bores
Boila, Ulcers.KFelons; best Pile cure
made. Relief is instant. 25c at Jas.
H. Ormo'andiHayncB and Taylar.
KILL th. COUGH
anb CURB the LUNGS
UDMJJHROATAND LUM TINMJBitt.
OK MOJTBX MXWTJWOKD.
Health very good.
Having some fine weather.
Hev. Gibbs preached here Sunday.
Miss Willie Clements closed her
school at Brown's school house last
week, having taught a good school.
Not the least complaint made.
Hemic Marvel and Miss Lola Me
Kinlcywcrc married Sunday.
Kd Corley of Illinois, s visiting
his father, Buck Corley.
A. J. Ford and family visited
Robert Murray visited Henry
Will Stout, of St. Lonis, who has1
been staying a few da)s with his
grandfather, William Stout. left for
The youngsters all enjoyed the
party given by Hueh Wilhurn
Singing at George
J. M. Fritts is a candidate
J. B. KEVIL.
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THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS.
A Rreat many people have kidney nnd
bladder trouble, mainly due to neglect
of tho occasional pains in the back,
slight rheumatic pains, urinnry disorders,
etc. Delny in sucli cases is dangerous.
Take DeWitts Kidney nnd
Bladder Pills. They are for weak
back, backache, rheumatic pains and
all kidney and bladder trouble. Soothing
nnd antiseptic, nnd act promptly.
Pon't fail to get DeWitt's Kidney nnd
Bladder Tills. Accept no substitute.
Regular size 50c. Sold by all druggist.
Ho ii, i! fti n tic Urotim
If you want n good homo mado
briMiin drop me a c.ml and I will
deliei'r it fr -." cents. They are
worth two of the eastern make
i f .1. M. Asbiidge.
K. V. I). 1, City.
Always hnve"T Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup handy, especially for the
children. It tastca nearly aa good as
; mnplo sugar. It cures tho cold by
.gently moving the bowelB through its
'1'ixaiive principle, and nt the same
time it is soothing for irritation,
I thereby stopping the cough There is
nothing ct pttd. Sola