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of these wero in his heart for I have bowels. Children especially like Ken-seen
them themselves timp nedy's Ltixntivo Cough Syrup as it
!. i nml nnnrtit IiLm mnnla tail-
.f . VIM... VU,. .unnver
nnvi nun T " "
in his prosoiioo an hour in my life
that ho did not disclose happy
charity toward tho poor, home deep
revereiioo for the bible, some " j Wellington, Mureh IS.
pasinn for tho Stnto "d . Hcnta,iv .lames, of Kentucky, wants
Nation. Ho never hid by pelJulHpt0 ow t),,. prosont nititudo of
nneriain or eccentric speech th..sU j ,jcnt pMf, j JC,JnH ,( tlt, income
elements of greatness from those wb.i ,.X) nld ,. in t rort uool a resolution
looked with any dcurec of I t,Mlav t0 pnicnro thu information,
tion upon his life. His noblene i I
could not bn hidden, by small eceen
trioities any better than you miu'd
veil the sttuto of Liberty with a
Hut all this seems cold and formal '
comnarcd with mv best memories of
tho man, 1 was but a noy and ho
was old in yoam whon I first know,
hut instinctively I reverenced and
loved him when I saw htm an.i what
is strango but true re called mo
ooiruiroin ni uv. " v ri nu
ih gono but it is not truo. "ror to
livo in hearts wo leave behind is not
to die." Marion, tho ootiniy
and tho statu of Kentucky
will keep that straight and oraet tig.
ure, that oreot and straight life in
admiration and reaped until a
mure stalwart soul comes to
and that will bo long indeed.
The Lurid Glow nt llnoin
was seen in the red face, lunda nnd
body of the little son II. M. Adnms of
Henrietta. I'a. His awful plight from
eczema, for live years, defied all remedies
and baflled the best doctors, who
said the poisoned blood had affected his
lungs and nothing could sav.") him.
"Hut" writes his mother, ''seven bottles
of Electric Hritter completely cured
him." For Eruptions Eczema, Snlt
Rheum, Sores and all Blood Disorders
and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is
supremo. Only 50c. Guaranteed by
J. H. Orme'and Haynew & Taylor.
and "G. D." Corsets.
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MARCH 25tfa, 1M
-' - "" tjJLmOsCr! IOl s1
ronrrnor XOE IOC
$50 AWAY m
On Monday, March 22nd, wc will begin, and continue nntil Saturday,
July 31, giving awav tickets for each dollar snent at mir are Par.h
ticket entitling the holder to a chance at the prize to be given away every o
uuier diurudy we win give d.uu divided into three prizes. First
Prize $2.50; Second Price, $1.50; Third Prize, $1.00.
We Have New Silks for Waists and See our New Line of Patrican Shoes 4
Dresses in All Colors and Styles, ana suppers. q
u If 'v V " - vit"c you to m
I I V ' "Pcc"k our excellent
$ B &HL Jj assortment of
j rjb isli Millinery. We will
1 fc sh. cui exceptional aril
ray of stylish street
J jj tr ' r. h & . i 4lia
Lyftriniriiecj. j liHineiy. jSP
MA. S. CAVENDER
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PROF. CHARLES EVANS
Writes Interestingly ol fcaor Clement.
Will be Appreciated
Ay His Many Friends.
Ardtnore, OUa.. March 0 '00
Miss Kliza Cruae,
My Doar I'upil Friend,
Your postal came tlio oilier da)
and I wan glad in irol it for rover-l
reasons Kirt to hoar from yon. fu
while ynu are uur thero in M in n
.j h...wm to bn isiitni; l oli.l
et jou arc in v o'iiol girl, vet and
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nil the unto aoooiiil it gave me a
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tiipture it a piece of Marion hikI Ono
to apprcciatis bocauso it tPlls of a
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itfe of a friend that ba made liu
life worth while. i I was iiit
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that Ullie M. .luinos
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could b.ive licen nominateil at Uunvor
tins at ear on the tick at with Mryan
for ice 1'iosident.
It gave me great sorrow to hoar ol
yo ir grand fathers doilh. Not
Kooaue ho uan a ono of
in V er) nrin friend- but because I
bad loiriud to know him lor over ten
and more joars an a clou' ml per-
It is an old saying that if the stomach
is sound the whole body is safe,
because so much depends upon the
proper working of the stomach. Many
find themselves with a disorder
of the stomach which produces
dyspepsia or a peculiar state of
very aerloua disease. From Jut auch con-
dltlons como npticnillcltla. rheumatlam. '
kin diiiwisL's anu aimunr auurunn, u
rrntit Ihn wimtn inai annuui navo .
lHin dlapellod rrom me ayaicm mrounn
the has found Its wuy Into tho
Wood nnd vitiated It. What Is needed at
1hl point Is not simply a lolent cathartic
laWet or salt, which usually doea more)
liarm than good, but a gentle laxative
ionic like Dr. Culdwull's Syrup Pepsin,
which people have boon using for these
Ailments for nearly a quarter of a century.
It cured J. C. Lnnham. of
Mo., of stomach trouble of lone
standing, also William Vol), of 03
St., Louisville, Ky., who had th
i rouble for fifteen yeara.
However, If you have stomach trouble
vou want to know from personal expert-
nce what Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Fopsln,
T ? for you. If ?. jwur name
to tne OOClor nnu iin mm uuinu mm
Ke free Htle. n.Uthe0reU.r5ltH fromTII
?.i..B0 ,Hi- ".rondredS
-OU prelor WO COUIIl lliuimuil
and nuniireus m iiiinmcs nn " .iuv.
without It You can nover toll when aomo
member of the family will need a
ve and then no time fhuuiu in.- ubw
taklnK Dr. Culdwell'a Syrup 1'epsln.
If there la anything about
your allmont that you don't ,
to tho doctor, and he will
answer you fully. Thoro ta
nn clinrco for this acrvlco.
.Tho address la Dr. W. B. I
Si Caldwell. 600 Caldwell bld.,
in.. "ALK UY ALL DRUGGIST,
nmi menu While lie ,i o j
enough to bo in) gmiii n et
cover thought of hi in oihur ilmu o
man of young tcinpcrtiinnl mid with!
jail the humor and vienr of caily
manhood. I have talked with him '
for hours af a time and t iuvit round
hltu other than full of information -
charmini: In conversation and potent
in thought. I always left him with
a bettor reverence for sterling, nun
I am d sposed yet to sit down and
writo a lino or two to the Kmmii
KS tolliuj; hi friend- and mm
what n man he ws.
Why I am improved to do is
I .1 m i
me irelinp.iii an .inoniuinm.
ono to me. In the lat few vnr
funcraU nml ilic taiiii: if iiiimi and
womon havi muant but 'itlt 10 :no
iiiilos they have meant very niiinli.
I hat is i suornl and beautiful i
this tiling called ileath that I dirp
not mink At or disturb tho harmonv
ibotwoen ui v revoront siiirit and it bv
. . ...
isavmt: thiit all deatri inoui'' inn eh in
die. lint hero in n man that inuuht
me I od me and Mranirnlv won mv love
:iiil ibe thought of his paint" eall
from ipe a ihousand tribute.
And "hilo I am talkint; this w
in hii irrand daughter I should like
for von ii know what were some
hititi I -found of extraordin rv
worth in vonr gra id-father. 1 read
iuM n few moments ago a list of
uhuioi, all mon of imperishable famr
hit had their birth ono hundred
esrs auo After reoitinv some in
(dividual traits of niiin it siid ''Smi
eerily, nprijrhtnesa, kindlin.i thno
arc tho eaniiual virtuos of lifn '' I
believe that with all my hnart Judir
ed by these, your grandfather must j
bo a lasting moinory to all who met J
If theso in their dovclopineiit ,
idovolop k 'eatness then you nnd all ,
ni progeny tiavo cause to rejoice
'hat greatness coupes through your
Sincerity is tho nrettiest word in
the vocabulary of man It means
without deoaption. true to the core.
There in not a man living or dead
that oould say there was a single
trace of insincority in Mr. Cloraont's
natur . Ho hated nothing as he did
double ilea ling. It eausod men tn
misunderstand and criticise him, this
nilndcd man that stood within his
"With powers as far abovo dull
. . . . .
in torest. tirako and den
A., beasts excel cold rocks and bran.
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"I" K ' u.umr iiaiuu lor
jntc,rj, J' Integrity is another name
lor oneness. I finiled tho other day
Our New Line of Ginghams is very
We have a New and Pretty Line of
Waist Goods in White and Colors.
Also a Full Line of Woolen Goods.
We have a Full Line of Hosiery in all
See our Thompson
in 'e of complete atifacti'in as '
I!..l ii the Hecord Press a lino in
triune to jour grand luthcr which
aid "yu always knew where to find
him on any question" Audrew
.Jacksun had no greater or more pri.p
tical integrity than Mr. Clement,
Hc bowed absolutely to the line of
right let the chips' fall where tliey
may. To mo such a powct exercised
every moment in these days when it
is considered wise uto crook the
pregnant hinge of the knee
'ibat thrift may follow fawninjr" is
noilnnir les siibliino.
And a-, for kindliness I know
that n ftod uavn him to see it he
ohfrihrd it as tho apple of his eye
Hi bnik speech, his imperial will,
his corn of the dceptive, all erved
to hide the great love for the pure
and bolv, charity toward tho weak
and erring and fidelity to all tho
ideal in church and slate Hut all
Our Millinery Opening will
be March 25th and 26th.
A. S. CAVENDER.
Furg e me Inr wriunir noii afti r
t.: . . . t... , i .. : . n. )
v...n ,.,.... r i.u. --
and thmiwht here in the "office" and
in school hour I hare been impelled
to sav theso thinus through
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Willi uiii If II "MMHI nun ."n; uu
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btet to us. Look a. Marion closely
becauso I sha'l ak on a thousand
questions about it when you get back.
I shall nover ca-e to love that town
with all tin) affection )ou pay to
thoo wliieh jnu connect with i
graiituiie. Give everv one my re-
mombrance that I knew.
This is the most dangerous time of
the yena to catch cold, and it is the
hun:c'it time to cure it. If you should
take hold, n few doe1? of Kenedy's
LiixalweCouKh Syrup will net very
promptly. Its laxative principle cures
toe cold bv driving it from the avstem
ov n i;ontl. hut natural action of tho
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gar. It sold t nil Dealers. 40 3m
mill! Wants In Know.
No Need of A Veterinary.
Wo run u Livery, Feed and Sale
"table, have a city transfer and
hard and soft eual and conse
minntlt a'ii n.tmt ;. iri.nd niAHV Imrli4. I
Bay Hmloll Hr. ., or Mount Carmel,
HI, "We hive mrd Sloan's lAuu
ment an(i VoU.rin.iry Hemedies for
, , .
years and nnd thoy give satisfaction
As long as Sloan's remedies are in
our barn we no not need a veterinary
surgeon. We an never without
them and conscientiously recommend
them to all lmrioiiion.'
Colby Bros., of the Mineral City
Livory, Fort Dodge, Ih., write: "1
have used Sloan's Cnlio Cure, Liniment
and Fever and Diitempcr
for tho past ten year?, and since
I have becti using them. I have never
h id u vuteriuarv in my b'tru, and
have no' lost a from either
colio or distemper, and will nu that
any in. m with a horse or horses who
keeps Sloan's Liniment and Veterinary
Remedies in l.ii barn will novi r
Invo occasi ui to c ill .i vetoriMari," ,
Treatise 'he 1 1
Sloan's mi -,
free to any horseman Address Dr.
Karl S. Sloan, llusion, Jliv.
Call to see our Ready Made Waists, If
Skirts and Muslin Underwear. H
We have a New and Complete Line of.Q
We have all the New Things in
Trimmings for Dresses and Waists. ,
See our Embroideries and Laces,
I Save His Leg.
A thtntrht VA oo, mv ,...
writPd j A Swenaon, Watcrtown, Wis j
"Ten years of eczema, teat 15 doctors
could not cure, nad at last laid me up.
Then Bucklen'a Arnica Salve cured it!
..... . .
sound and well. Infallible for Skin
EruptionB( Sa,tRheuni( BoiIs
Fever Sores, Burns, Scalds, Cuts and
Piles. 25c at Haynes & Taylor and J.
mi iimbmi iw ijiii iw
i After mv lonu delay I will wrtte
a few items.
Mrs. Gracie Nnnn, wife of L. P.
Nunn, of this place, died Monday,
March S, after an illness of sever
montllSi T1. jDtorniet wao at
Hofo Hud cemetery.
Mrs. Harney hurman is on tho
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Most of the tobacco of this neigh-
borhood has been delivered.
Albert Clark and Thomas McKm. j
ly will start in a few days on an
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extended trip to California and
other western states ard prohtbly
will slay indefinitely.
Lost, strayed or stolon. Maroh 13, .
somewhere in Crittenden county, 119
candidatoc. Wo have not the space
to lully describe them, but they may '
bo recognised by their downcast
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looks. The 6ndcrs will please return
them to their mothers and receive
frayer meeting every Sunday
night. Come out and bring some
ono with you.
Pat Underwood, tho horso jocko ,
iusdc a flying trip to Weston, Wed
Kirby Brightman lost a fine young
horse tTnursday. It died of blind
)oe Thurman. Almor Thurtnan
and Qua Nunn local
union at the cmoty meeting of the
K K a'nd C V of A at Marion
Kyervbody preparing for a crop of
tobaooo and most every one will
.1 anies West is hnving somo repair
work done, of woathor
boarding and building a now
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
.Tlii Kind You Have Always Bought
All Distress Frerrr Stomach And
Take vour sour fmwrh or may be
you call it Inddicvstfon. Dyspepsia,
Gastritis or Catarrh" of Stomach, it
doesn't matter- tak vonr stomach
trouble riVht with yow to your Pharmacist
nnd ask him tn onen 'n M cent
case of Pape's Diapepsfn and let you
eat one Trfk"trnTe and see if
within five minutes there Is left any,
trace of stneh misery. " '
The corroc name nfvmir trouble is
Food Fernienta'ton 'ood ;nurine; the
dTtrestiv organs become 'eak. there
is lack of iraarrip iutVn: the following
mixture after en-li vnn become affect- ,
with 1 "w of and
fullness after eatin. omftfne, nausea -heartburn,
jrri.itriT !rr I'nxrels,
in the pit of nrnirb bad taste
in mmth. conBt!nitrnrr nain in limbs,
sleeplessness, iol.himr r p;is.
nes, nek hendneh. neiiii!nes9t
tins? ami ""'"
If m.j nothing
tempts vou. or Vn,i belch r.ns or if von
f(,''l Wonted nft"r entuisr, or vour 'food
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lies like n lump o n vnur vQm.
nd, vn pn mnVo )r, yrw mim, fhnfc
nt the hnstom of n IV this there is but
'one cnuao fermonratrin of undigested
Prove to yniir,ern nffr vour nPXt
meal, thiit vonr 'comnrh ?i rs pood ns
any; that there i
Ston th'1' fermpntnr.n eat-
V!c wh.at vou wn"r wi,1,out ftar of
discomfort or merv.
Amost inst.lnt re,i(jf , watJnK for
you. It is merely mitter of how
soon you tukt k Ii tie Diaptpsin. 39-
A SQUARE DEAL
people qualified in ,
Salary, poor. i
is the time to write
for our new catalogue
which gives full particulars
courses of study and
oost of tuition.
Evansville, Ind." '