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SEVEN CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 25th, 0 &
ycr's Sarsaparilla is not a
rone drink. As now made.
Lerc is not a drop of alcohol
tl it. It is a innlr
Ind alterative. Ask your own
Doctor about vour taklna fhte
nediclnc for thin, impure
mood. Follow his advice
kvery time. He knows.
W. X'ubiitli our ruruul!
sl m i.inlah Util
from our m4lcliia
V urrit jou to
contu i jour
M V.i l.:. y m
legs, body, hands or feet?
na lo mm) us ewry Sunday, Tor wo
got ii every yutiday morning.
Wai.tkk I) Tkiuiv.
An Old Bunk.
Wi.. ....:...--,..l uilniii uurl Cnltl
or grand fat Iht'h books.
Lfittcr Frnm Kansas.
"VC'hatisthe first great t . ... ,. i.
.il', " out nf , uouncu ....., .
K'i rcrlv. ' Keen the howeli
i hen ask him another quet. ..
..! ii.ini An..'. Uear iir:
Mr. S, M. Jenkins.
Please find enclosed
t'pation'" 'check for one dollar as renewal for
.. Ijhfl IlK(;oU( ,lllKUMt Th)) ppor Meh
Letter From Missouri
SlVeslnu M.i . Mir t'ttlt. l'.IU'.l
I) sr Sir - En closed ou will find
one do'lar m renew my Hubcriptinn,
ha nir nonecd your Innienoy toward
old Mibucribcrs I feel like I would he
lost if H was not for the IIkcohh
. -v Aith-Mit hJUitton that Do
s Kidnt v nr! Ulnddor IHIU' nro
a-- i' 'i'in' I Weak kidneva,
. V ti 'iiMHTiiitioti of the tilnddor nnd
. nnr i! ...nlors They are
a. promptly in all cns of
W ,- '.i- "ir
ri'i i iti. , ..if. Accept no mi ball
tut V. . i and roroinmwl thrip.
I t. .,it Ufalera. 10 Sm
letter Prom Oklahoma.
Vh, iah. Okli... Mar. tth, ItlO'.l.
NJr M J.'tikn, lftr'n, Ky.
I xr Sir Hnd tHOiioy
I week willi good old Kentucky news
;and makes a Kai.has.in feel good we
find it anions the bent tint comes to
'our desk- J 0. II.WSK8
Kills Would-be Slayer.
A merciless murderer is appendicitis
with manv victttns. Hut Dr. Kind's
v'..,.. I if.. Pillu Lr 111 tt 'liv nri'ventinn.
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Pkksm. for it is liko irrtlini: a loiter , Thv irentlv atimulntu atomnch. liver
from homo and I dorii want to miss and Jewels, preventing that clogging
smirlo thnt mviu'H nppendicitis, curing
, . .' ... . pation nilliotmness, Chills, Malaria,
1 have heon in Missouri ono year ' , , . . .. .. . . ,
2oc nt J.
, . Headache nnd Indigestion.
I ltko this fine, I think ( ()rfm, n(j Unynm & Taylor.
ilf a good far nil n l' country and if
you ilon t believe il, enu.e and en us
I st xo .y old Kentucky home- , ". """ uu"''"
ye' I titn well stisfiod here, rn live . ,innoln, Neb., Maroh !l,
nf ar a h'i; diie'i horo we osti aalcb I Brvin I.eavitt, eldest duirhtnr of
lots of fine and live on a line V. .1. Hrran. was hi afiornonn
farm an) have lots of fun. granted a divoroe from W II l.eivitt.
il I will elo!o for this timl, be Mrs, Lrtaritt snd her nioihT appear-sure
and send mo the dear old Ro d in 'he court nf .ludtr Cornish and
e '1 Itaspectfully, 1 botli alleifd thti I,nviii had
Emma Wai.RKH ' onnlrlbii""' to iho MiPiiflrt of
HirirJtovu n.a .o,,
JO lOt Kichtnoud. Va.
if 'I'lmrc ifn ilne. Mrs,
Ijonvitt wss uiiiod th oiloly of
t h o twn eliiMreii.
W'AN'THD. .''OrtnJ hand hogx
and liurUp; an . Vitid, anv tjuantttv
kneh... rheuHMtiatn nod nf whr. U Ht Tor
Frt il raineH and then it blew,
and 'Hen it frit and th(n it tl.ew,
and thtn it pit and lhH it ti(w,
, ., r,, ,,, , anu than . piaasani nay or in,
Kliiaweuitowii '. .
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wlitrti t).J 'lie tho donrnlil LIIITTIC.S
lion i'X,ired, February 16th, I00!.
Please -end mo this and last week s
ttoaper, we miss the paper so much,
4 s just ltko and old neighbor com-
The I t known ptlls ami thu tst
pillu mnd are De WitU's Little Early
Risers They aru small, easy to take,
fonlle and certain, lire old by nil
Druiruist. 10 3m
ft JC '.'
22 cEH I I
is liable to mean a very serious one to-morrow.
Does your skin ever bum or smart particularly J
on your feet?
Have you pimples, red spots or blotches or are you aV
troubled with boils or carbuncles
Second Class Colonist
Fares, March 1st, to April
30th, to stations in Alberta,
Arizona., British Columbia,
IIIU Ullivuirni "bti" i d
bian mi(titiu of .inly 177, i irob. California, Colorado, v Idaho,l
ably a old a anv book m the conn Mexico, Montana, JNevaaa,
tv. it 430 pain- mii ih i jew Mexico, Oregan, Sas-
a collection at. 1.- . Be. s home on katchewan Tcxas Utah,
route No two. Ho locking over j w .
Homo old booksrceenlly and discover """br"' . f,
i.u.k.'.To San Brancisco,
Cd this rr voinmn. i.i..i. i.D
am.u.g uthorN'igeles, SanDicgo, Cal., $34.00
Portland, Ore., Tacoma,
Wash., Seattle, and Spokane
Monster Casket Required.
Princeton, Ky.. March 16. It
required a hand-made cofiin six feet
lonr. fivo feet wide and four l'eet
three inchea deep to encase the b'dy
of CIokmo Pierce, a colored woman,
aped 8.ri vcars, who died at Frcdonia,
She weiirhed five hundred pounds
and the coffin was hauled to the
place of burial on a hay frame, no
wagon being largo enough.
Good Place lor Ollie James.
Washington, March 16. Congressman
Ollio .lamcH, oi Kentucky,
will be recommended for a place on
the Ways and Means Committee by
Champ Clark, the l)emoratic leader
of tho house. This is regarded as a
splended recognition, aid if Clark's
recommendation is honored it will
eivo.Kentuckv a good deal of presume.
Mr, .lames' appointment will
dam. if made, tmm thu beginning of
the regu'ar next wtntor.
N'lar Duiilli In lilri PoiiihI.
It wnaa thrilling to Mrs. Ida Sopor
to faco death. "For years a sovoro
liinif troublo gave her inteiiBe sutloring
she writ. 8, 'and auvernl times nearly
catiBed my doath. All remedies failed
and doctors aaid I was incurable. Thon
Then Dr King's New Discovery brough
quick roiiof am) a euro s pefnament
that I have not buon troubled in twolvo
yeara." Mrs. Super lives in Hig Pond
Pa. It works wonders in coughs and
coolds, sote lungs, hemorrhages
asthma, Croup, whooping
cough and all bronchial aHoctions. BOc
and 51.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by .las. H. Ormc and Havnott &
Curnd Ills Hoys.
.1 A. Soon, vh". l., say:
'Hourbon I'ol' I'bnlera Remedy
some hogn fur me that I did tint
think could possiJ.y h saved. "
For Sale by Haynes it Taj lor.
Tliis rWsn't npcessarilvTTiean have von
any serious skin disease at this moment T
though just as sure as you are read- "'
mg this, a little skin trouble to-clay
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, ...... i . r u J Uttcll'S UUpjm duipnur stops ncning insxanuy aiiu
Arc there itchy places on your tace, head, arms, wm vcnt ,hc trouole developing into anything more
Ltttcll's Liquid Sulfhur will sop the' pain, cure
the cause and cool and refresh the skin.
LittelTs Lkuld Sulphur taken internally and applied
externally will cure them and prevent their return by
purifying your blood.
Have you any serious skin disease that has been LI"6"' "T-? -n ' " "f " W
treated for a long time butvdoesn't seem to get well? directions, absolutely will cure jt.
Have You bczema? Littell's wiufcureit Liquid Sulphur
It makes no difference what may be the matter with, your skin or wood large or
small, slight or senous
WILL CURE IT
This includes such troubles as Prickly Heat, Hives, Stings and Bites of Insects, Sunburn,
Cuts, Burns, Scalds any and all diseases or accidents that roughen, mar or in any
Send us 10c in stamps for a generous sample bottle of LitteTi Liquid Sulphur
enough to pTOVS it's value to you. AH charges prepaid. 33
ts sfcJSar t St. Lsrf, .
Those Who Have Paid Up or Renewed
Their Subscription Since
Our Last Report.
Sallic C Holomam, Weston
.) It Woodall II F D 2
Klva Fritts, Mo
.1 W Gahagan, Wcstou
M (J Lofton, KFD4
A M Cardin, Now Albany, Ind
A K Hughes, K F I) 1 w
W .! Wood a II, II u l' hey
Addie Pope, Hampton
Trice Hennctt, Okh
C II l.efflnr, Miam, Fla
11 (3 llirel.field, Shady Grove
Hcrron Hros, Cavo-in-Hock
W B furry, Sullivan
Hebe Jennings, It D 3
Lily May Turley, R D 2
Sam WofTord, It D 3
C W Love, Sheridan
Hcrtl.a Moore, Itcpton
H Moore, Howling Green
1 II btanlcy, Itcpton
J T Lamb, Weston
G rover White, Tolu
Kllcn Wcldon, Tolu
J L ilogcrs, Irma
J C Woodall, Craync
Marvin Bighaui, City
J G Thurman, City
It K Dollms, Tribune
Frank Itrantlcv, Dawson
K W Nuiin, City
M Y Nunn, Magara
S O Tosh, Tradowatcr
J W McDonald, It D &
M M Postlcwcight, City
L L Hughes H D 2
T .1 Holoman, City
.1 G Havtios, Council Grove, K
T .1 Nunn, Frankfort
T C Campbell, Dycusburg
A F Heard, It I) 1
S H Hunt. City
"A .1 Hualifs, Qity
Cordelia Heard, City
lames King. Frudouia
.1 .1 Porter, lrma
W im Ward, Mnrlov
.) T Di'llavon, Hlackford
T C Guoss, City
.1 .1 Clemuut, City
F M Clement, 11 D 2
Harry L Martin, S.leui
leiso fi Fra k, Koute 3
It W .Ma j . Hlaekford
(J M Moyos, Gladstotic
Johr- Nunn City
,1 A Love, Route 2
T I-: G ninth, Koute 3
J- H Farmer, Fredonia
L II Lamb Tribune
.leste Alvis, Fords Ferry
.1 K Crowcll, Tradowatcr
L L Olnlders, Hangs
Mrs F Ii Whito, City
S II itamage, City
.1 K Smith, City
J A Fritts, Route 4
3 Q Lawson, City
Rufus 'Terry, Chicago
W T Terry. City-Ike
W II Clark, Hoxie, Kan
I) S F Cridcr, Route &
L S Hard, City
R F Hurley. Carmi, 111.
T M Lvnn, Routo 3
M H Weldon, City
S R Hollomaa
Peter W Sullingcr, Irma
.1 M Allison, Route 3
Walter Terry, Chootah
Mrs Emma Walker, Mo
J. H. Cambron, Morganfield
Forrest Bennett. Tolu
T A Huge, Fredonia
John Lowery, Fredonia
C P Noggle, City
W II Cardin, Route 2
W H Wheeler, Route 2
C K Radcliffo, City
Mrs Susie Cole, Okla
Hcnrv Cole, Mannvillo
Lora Hicks, Meridian, Mis
Hud J Stone, Tolu
W Ii Little. Lola
Otho Stone. Tolu
Loron K Bojd, Joy
W K Dixon, Carrsvillo
Joel Moore, City
G L Wljitt, Frances
N W Paris, L6utsville
Gilly Dollar. City
Wiley Riley, California
Wint Rrasbier, Dycusburg
0 7 Spurlock, )Ueisdo
H HtighM, City
Wc have the only complete line of
Furniture in the county, and if you give us
a call we can satisfy you in quality and
We will also exchange New Furniture
for your old, or will buy it and pay cash,
We also have the most complete line
of Coffins, Caskets and Undertakers Supplies
ever in Marion, and will answers calls
night or day, Just Phone 53.
NUNN & TUCKER. ,
COME TO i'ESSO, N. M:, Because it is the best land and
the best country, and you can get first choice. Fourteen miles
square open to settlement. Good sandy land or tight mesquito
land, just as you like, one to sixteen miles from the best railroad in
the United States.' Nine. miles west of Clovis on the Belen cutotf.
The Santa Fc being the shortest line from Chicago to California, all
through .trains go over this road.aftcr March 1st. Tho Santa Fe is
tho leading railroad to a prosperous country. The people are not
afraik to go with a good railroad, Yesso is located 20 miles west
of the Pecos river, 8 miles north of the Yesso creek and 10 miles
south of mIIo. with running water, making it a sure country for
rain. Wc have the crops to show you, and wclis to show you good
water. We have crops that were raised last year, and we don't have,
o wiii for a railronl. We have ouo completed. We have all kinds
of deeded lauds for sale in Now Mexico. Now is the time to come
ii vou uant the bet It is about all gone, and then where oat) you
L'ot a free home? We have an altitude ot 4,000 feet, just right for
good health and warm winters. We have had 21 inches of snow
this wiuter. Gentlemen I traveled all over a hundred by two bun-
dfod miles before 1 filed and saw three crops raed. Don't joj
thBk I triod to got the best? I filed one year ago; havo bought
2-10 aoras of doedod land, town lots iu Verso and Ricardo aud"a section
of -school laud, and tJiat is enough to show you what confidence
I have in Voaso and llicardo. Tbey are 1-1 miles apart and are
good tfiionuh Tor me. Don't ywu think- thoy arc for you? After I
havo invested $.i,000, don't you think you can afford to spend $24 00
to get a free home? My ollice at Kcxrdo is in the Royal Blue
Hotel, .and ono blook north of the depot at Yesso. Come direct
to Yeso, N. M., 1 bao hotter conveniences to show land from
there. Will filo nu on plains land, or iu the Pecos valley. Both
town- are qrosperous mica and all landi arc survojed. Write mc or
comes to see me at Hic.irdo, my postofiice address. We guarantee
all work. Give us a call. ,
RICARDO LAND &. LOCATING COMPANY.
C. '. Si'LHLOCK, Mngr. MissM. L. Heven, Sec'y.
H. M. Vaniiooskh, Correspondence clerk.
YESSO, NEW MEXICO.
Home, Sweet Home.
Senator McLaurin uf Miini pi
tells a story to his concep
tion of the dincrcuce between tho
treatment of ilm eoloren! brmher up
north ann down south. A Mississip
pi darky weut up to Kansas and
shortly got stranded. He begged lor
food and shelter from door to door
and got neither Finally he wandered
back to Mississippi Mint knocked
What arc you doing at my front
door, you black rascal?"
"I want something to eat."
'Well, go around to tho back
door and get it then, you rascal,"
said the whito man.
Then the old negro, remembering
the polite way in which his requests
had been refused in Knnsas, threw
up his hands and czclained.
"Bless Gawd, Ise among my own
people at last." Washington Star.
TO THE TRADE We have
d to our new quarters in the Rico Block,
near depot and have added a lot of New
Goods to our already completa stock of
DRY GOODS, SHOES
and other articles usually carried in a first-class
up-to-date dry good store.
We are better prepared than ever to
sorve you, having a well lighted store room
complete in every detait. Soliciting your
trade and promising fair treatment and
good values for your money as in the past.
We beg to remain,
J. L. RAY,
Watch Our Show Windows. . 9
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