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PAOE LIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL tot IH
Sunday wa9 Hro., Thompson's day
at Chapel Hill a large crowd and
Miss LoIm DanicliK, of Fords Ferry,
was the piles of friends and rclathas
in Crayuc and Chapel Hill last week.
Miss Hin li Threlkeld, of Craync,
was th; guest of Miss Ruby Hicham
a few dav. Ia.t week
Cal Adams io down to see Henry
Wheeler's family who are down sick
most of the time.
TT. -I I1T V....J-II . -1.1
eat land mark tn our midst, is ve
fcnlc and complaining very much,
Mr. Jessie M inner and family l
visited her parents, Mr, and Mr9.
William C'ark. of Oak Grove Sunday
Oscar Lewis, of brcdonia. visited
his parents, MV. and Mrs Bill Lewis
Isaac Hunt and family, of l'leai
ant Hill neighborhood, were the
guests of Mrs. Hunt's ninth JJJJ Mr-J.
C. Long. Saturday night and
Miss Jennie Clement. of this pbee
is visiting friends in Pleasant HiH
neighborhood this week.
Ruby Bighani was a pleasant caller
Vijv,lisses Ruth and Klva Hill Sunday
MclzitOVar(' Missouri, is at
home visitingTfrVSv friends and rela
tives in Chapel fiH atd a this
writing has rctjrnccn, to Evansvillc
and succeeded in getti'OK his old job
at tho Wondmore Southern hospital
for the iuianc.
Mr. and Vfrj. B. F. WafW were
the guosts of Scott Paris and family
Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hill visited
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Cadaay
The lnrmcrs are very busy prepar
for their crops this year. i
Bob Travis had a chill'
W. M. Towcry went to Providence
after Mrs. Hob Travis Sunday.
James Pickens and Luther 'lrnvis
put a nice lino of wire fence hetwem
their farms last week.
Miss Nellie Dollins is silc at the
home or her brother, Bob t)ollins.
Mrs Ellen Phillips wife of William
E. Phillips, of Gniiao, Ark.,
died at h U arch ISth, of
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of.). M. andT. I,, V.'t r, Ir
Aill, and mother n" w i P . I. .
Most everv one here in Ins -(p.
;tnn has coVdsand la trrip'e
Fure the chief
the active principle.
and healthf ulnegs, to
.Insures wholesome and deli
cious food for
Miss Alice Walker, Iron Hill,
Mist Mabel Phillip! last week
CASE AFTER CASE.
Plenty Mure I.Ike This in Marion
Scores of Marlon people can tell
you nbout Doan's Kidney pills
Many a happy citizen makes a public
statement of his experience. Here
Is a case of It. What better proof
of merit can be had than such en
.lane Hyford, Marlon, Ky says:
"I was greatly benefited, by Dnau's
Kidney Pills and consequently I am
In position to recommend them. My
kidney trouble was brought on by
exposure, toegther with a great deal
of hard work. 1 suffered from the
complaint for two years. I was unable
to rest well on account of the
dull pains through my back and in
the morning I arose feeling very
stiff. When I stooped, sharp twinges
seized me and caused me Intense
suffering. I tired easily, felt very
nervous and hnd dizzy spells and
headaches. I knew from the sediment
In the kidney secretions that
my kidneys were disordered and a
frequent desire to pass the secre
tions at night, nlso proved this fact
Since using Doan's Kidney Pills
procured at Haynes &. Taylor's drug
store, I have Improved a great deal
In every way. I have no hesitation
In recommending this remedy as one
tnat "VCB un to representations."
For snlo by all dealers. Price f
cunts. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the
Remember the, name Doan's
and take no other.
Similar school at this place is
prnrriwiine pinnlv with R, H. Thorn
H O RiidclifTc is enperintenninir
ho in.tfinp of omo enod ponds near
inTf for the purpose of getting water
to rim the Commodore mine.
r V. T. Terrr, of the Forest
"Jrnvo v'dnitr, a the truest of
relative in this neighborhood last
'o whre Will Moore and
Guy Griffith went Sundar.
Charlie Hoover and CaHit Strong
are frequently seen in this neighbor,
Farmers arc busy.
This is the most dangerous time of
the yeaa to catch told, and it is the
hmuest time tc cure it. If you should
take oold, 'A few does of Kenedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup will act very
promptly. Its laxative principle cures
tnecold by driving it from the system
by a gentle but natural action of the
uuweis, niiurcu especially iiku
Laxative Cough Syrup as it
tastes so good, nearly like maple sugar.
It told by all Dealers. 40 3m
Th ny H, Kemp has recovered
from a serious spell of sickness.
Miss Kittie Hill, of Weston, has
been spending a week with her father's
family in this community.
Our efficient constable, W. H.
Wallace, and Rev. J. R. Clark have
exchanged farms and moved to their
George A. Hill is recovering from
a severe attack of grip.
There was a spelling match at
I.. ni ht
h "i ' I i. I .rin i
. Id., i
FWaV. m. aTH
ford, has been visiting relatives here
for several day.
Rov. Oakley preached at Suuar
Grove Sunday. He will probably
continue as pastor fcr the ensuing
Rev, O, D Sponce and wifu are
guests at J. M. Walker's.
1 . Fredonia. j
Mrs. Ida Parr, of Missouri, is the
guest of her father, N. M. Dollar.
Four car loads of tobacjo were
shipped from here last week
Seed potctocs, Early Rose, Ohio
and triumph. S. C. Honnott it Son.
Miss Mattiu Henry and Mrs. Ada
Henry, of Marion, spent unday
Rov. Andre preached at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning and
J. M. Patterson was in Minnn
Mr. Grissom, our produce man.
spent Sundav with his family in
We pay highest market price? for
poultry and eggs. S. C. Bennett
Henry Martin, of Salem, was here
Hay left Sunday for tho
city lo purchao the spring stock of
goods for .1, L. Raj's store.
Tom Conyr of Marion has bec&
ha been here several days, .receiving
hearting for the Cooperage
Directions To Prepare Simple, Vet
Remarkablo Home Mixture.
A well known authority on Rheumatism
gives the following valuable,
simpl and harmless, prescription,
which any one cau easily prepare at
fluid Extract Dandelion,
ounce; Compound Kbrgon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Mix by shaking well in a bottle, and
take a teaspoon ful after each meal and
He states that the ingredients can
be obtained Irom any good prescription
pharmacy at small cost, and, being of
vegetable extraction, arc harmless to
This pleasant mixture, if taken regularly
for a few days, is said to overcome
almost any case of Rheumatism.
The pain and swelling, if nny, diminishes
with ench dose, until permanent
results are obtained, nnd without injuring
the stomach, While there nre
many so-called Rheumatism remedies,
patent medicines, etc., some of which
do give relief, few reallv give permanent
results, nnd thu above will, no
doubt, be greatly appreciated by many
sufferers here at this time.
Invuire at the drug stores of this
neighborhood elicits the information
that these drugs arc harmless and can
be bought separately, or the druggists
here will irix the prescription for our
read rs if asked to. No. 3
The of tho in ilr
part of the worldi.s rcssonnhU fair at
Farmers have begun to work and
are gett'ni: busy.
Stephen Curry and fnmily have
moved back to Livingston county
Travis & M Cough have nioven"
iMiMir sawmill over in Crittenden. near
John L Gardner, of I'iney. IIS
here Saturday on
Houston Dye, n t'li. in irep.
hrition tn i tin a hotel nt li(kford
in ehe nrnr futine.
Cias 0. Simpson and family, of
Siurgis, were hero last Sunday.
Mrs, A'ico HorniDg, formorly of
his place hut now of Harrisbu l',
III., visited her mothor, Mrs. El en
Sunday was tho regular meeting
din at the Baptist church and Elder
B. Brook's, of Siurgis, preaohed
two ve y .interesting sermons.
The telephone business at Black1
fnid has grown so weak that jt bag.
almost "petered out. ,-v.;
Owen Fox and Charley Crowell,
of Tradcwatcr, wero here last week
Quarterly Conference convened at
Blackford on March 22nd, with
Presiding Elder Thompson in charge.
Sacrauiental services were observed.
Prnchxtery will be hold at this
place during next week. It will he
gin on Tuesday, April tith. Religiously
Blackford is coming to the
front. Novum Homo.
We say without hesitation that De
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
are unequalcd for weak kidneys, backache,
inflammation of the bladder and
all urinary disorders. They are antiseptic
and act promptly in nil cases of
weak back, backache, rheumatism and
rheumatic pnins, Accept no substitute.
Wo sell and recommed them.
Sold by all Dealers. -10 3m
Mr-. M. II. Charles and Mis
Cothran ronf to Fredonia Friday,
Mis Ksi) Whitt visited friends
Mrs Id wi'lls, of Tiline, was in
our town Friday,
Robert Scott, of Pine BlnfT, Ark.
s the guest of his aunt, Miss Cor
Miss Lydn Vied who is allndint.'
ehonl licrr, spent Saturday and Sunday
at her home in Eureka.
Mr. a"d Mrs, Robt. Phillips were
tho l'ucsIh of their brother. Br T
L. Phillips, a few days last week
Mfsdames .1. B. Wadlingtnn and
E. M. Daltnn have a n'ce line of
Up.to.Date milmery at Mrs, Dalton's
rosidense. Bo sure to call and soo
Mrs. .lin Coihran, of I'aducah,
if visiting her mother, Mrs, ,Jnc
Little Miss Vire nia Charles is
the truest of her aunt, Mrs, Sam
Carsidy, of Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Hcnrv Smith, of Tiline,
spent Sunday at.l. I. Hill's.
Elder Griffith has returned from
Blanton Glenn, of Glenn's Chape',
was in town Sunday.
Prof. Hust was in Lvnn countv
Saturday in the interest of tho school
Mrs. June Perrin has t.een quite
for somo time with rheumatism
Our Sund a y School teacher'
meeting is growing in interest and
has proved very beneficial to th"
T. P Moore, of Paducah, is in
our town this week.
Hoht. Pilatit has returtie from
Mr. and Mrs Owen Boaz visited
in the country Stinda.
ESCAPES GALLOWS BY
NARDflU UIOniMi'1"' nn ",'rtctJ to pike is road sec
(continued from second page.)
wns on the front porch of his store
which is west of the home of James
Sullenger, on the night of the murder,
until after 9 o'clock, nnd that if a rider:
bad nnsscd his store he would havci
seen him. He said that no one passed j w. officiating. After the ceremony
tin that hour, and that there was no i was performed the gucfts wero in-other
mad for a rider to havo turned Vited in'o the dinning room whsrc I
nfT, ha'd the rider told of by other wit- j finfl awaie,, thom Mf
nesses passed the rond leading by James . .
.., ' ti .,.-... Crider is h t ,.. ian of Marion
. uiienger a iiiiiou. i
ei by his two daughters. Bertha and
John W. Hutchen, the detective
by the Sullenger estate to ferret
out tho case, wns next called, Mr.
Hutchen told of over hearing a conversation
between Slnvden nnd his wife at
the Gill hotel the night of the arrest of
S'Mvden. He snid thnt ho heard Mr
slnvden sny to Krnet: "I told that
fellow (meaning Hutcheon) that you
'id tot leave the house, but you did;
now where did on co?" Hutcheon said
th-it Slayden did not answer the question
direct hot evaded it by replying:
"That is the storv for vnu to tell now.
hiiney do vou think I done thnt?"
Hutchen said thnt in thnt conversation
he overheard Shivdcn say ho was going
to tell the court of quarrels he had
heard between othor persons. Hutchen
did not nnme the persons, nor was
there an effort on the part of either
side to havo thom named. He was
questioned regarding a letter he, claimed'
to have pocured from a woman
named Muble McCool, of Myers, whom
he saw in St. Louis. . Ho was shown
the letter, which it was alleged Slayden
had mailed to the McCool woman from
Lola, and identified it as the cne he
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secured from her. The letter was not
admitted, because Hutchen said he had
never shown it to Slayden and that
Slayden hnd never admitted to him that
ho had written it.
On cross-examination Hutchen was
asked If he wns not here in tho case as
a paid detective. Ho answered that he
was. He was asked if, while he was
at work on the case, he did not make
tho statement thnt Ernest Slayden was
innocent, hutchen replied that he had
made such a statement severnl times,
but explained that he did it to allay a
mob spirit that he believed was rising.
and that 'his statements were for th
protection of the prisoner and to uphold
the law. When asked by the defense
to giye the names of persons who told
him that a mob was apt to cause trouble,
he readily gave several names,
among them Sheriff Flanary, who was
standing in his hearing in the court
Owing to Lack of Space, We
Are Compeled to Continue This
Article Until Next Wuek.
A POSITIVE CURE
If you have indigestion, your fond
ferments in the stoumach and Ixiwels.
It does more it dacays, and the nutritious
mutter which shorn! go to make
new Mood decays with it, and this
leads to an impovished condition of the
blood, to nerverousness, biliousness,
constipation, sick headache, had breath .
which disgiiHt your friends, and other
disagreeable and unpleasant conditions, j
And all this is caused l.v the food that I
doesn't digest, but ferments nnd
oftimes nits in the stomach. i
And ferrrentation is caused by the
stomach not being strong enough and
energetic enough to thorouhhly to mix
the fend with the digestive juices:
Mi-o-na is responsible for tens of
thousands of cures. In fact it is such
n pasitive cure for indir estion and n'l
stomach troubles that it jh guarnnteed
by Haynks .It Taym)H to cure or monev
bark. The price of n large Imix of
tablets is U) cents, and tbev
are sure to promptly relieve the worst
case of indeg'ion or gastritis. Try
them. It -If'..
! NEW SALEM.
Mr. Slie llnllomsn is on ih
sicV list this wrelr.
An infnt child of John Holotnsn
burned at Tyner's Chpol Monday.
Pnrle Smith Lowerv, of Ltvinr.
ston countv, visitrd his son, Will,
of New Ss'cio Sunlsv,
Frsnk lames viitrd his fsiher
who is fiio iet,
I'upi, "f l.niiisvil'r, vi
ifd his inins Ust week.
T, A. I'a'perulinir viitrd hi on,
.John ' st ,,,, ''ritlendon vpr!ni
C.! and Al Adams jnd fsmilirs,
Lawonee ('rider and wPn atiendrd
Our Road Supervisor James Ma.
ion, stay with it Jim
W. C. Tyncr is convaloent after
three weeks spell of t'evor.
Married, March 24th, at tho residence
of her brothor, J. II.
Mr. Jacob Cridcr to Miss Ada
Broustcr, ltov. Thompson, of Kuta-
Miss Ads i one i t ' ew Salem s
IOkl ' III III "tf I' '' May good
In.'l 1 1 n i li lir b. juir.
.. A en. .s Beard and fniii
their old homo at Tolu il
. Up Before The Bar. j
N. II. Brown, nn attorney, of Vt"-
fie'd, Vt., writes: "We hive usal pr.
King's Now Life Pilli for ynr m 1
find them such a good family m '' n
wo wouldn't bo without) them." Fir
Chills, Constipation, Biliousness
Sick Headache they work wonders, l
For sale at Haynes &. Taylor's and J.
H. Orme's drug stores.
X tff'K Ji:H it 3f."if'iDO! H it)t i :!
Tho river is falling.
Jean Beard, of Dean's, was in out
Jim Ilankin, of Marion, is having
his house fixed up at Ford's Ferry
preparatory to moving into same.
Smith & Hill arc catching quite
a number of in the river,
Wm. Fowler will move his sawmill
next Meok near the residence of
Mrs, Sallie Ilollonian's.
Will Alvis has recently boon
eouri at Marion.
Some of uir people me tring to
rnie money enough in purchase an
oriran for our Sunday school. Every
young man ougin In onmn forward
and contiihute t luui otip do)lar in
Words To Freeze Tho Soul.
"Your son has consumption? His
ci.se is hopeless." These appalling
worns were sKkcn to Geo. K. lilewns.
a leading merchant of Springfield,
C. by two expert doctor one a lung
specialist. Then was shown the won
derful power of Dr. King's New )u
covery. "After three weeks use.
writes Mr. Hlevens, "he wns ns well as
evei. I would uot take nil the monev
in the world for what it did for m
loy. " Infallible for Coughs and Colds,
it the safest, surest cure of desperate
Lung disease on earth. BOc. and I On
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial tattle
free. Hayne it Taylor, and J H
Friners srn cellini: mi thru1 -k
Etffrie ('rii reprejentvd us .n
tho ?tmii.n jury
('. ''. Crane want to Prmc n
W A. W'iilll served on 'I
Krnest Tolell i on fir Wash
Whsi about that 'phone? Wh
iimi gri to work at it V
H, C. Parr, our popular bachelor
is at home again
Mr. Cuess, of Mai ion, was in t hi 9
The medical water the Hill Spune
is bring carried fiotn here to other
communities for the ck
Sundsv rhno hresn here Sunday.
0sr Fox s in the organ fixinjr
The SUwlrn (rial i- all the talk
A large crowd attended (Sratidma
('orley's burial Thursday.
There are other of this community
going io Sikoston, Missouri
From all aceoiints thai section wwl
he and is wcl filled up with Pitcy
CrecViatis and other Kcutuck .
Compound Cured Her.
W lllimantle, ( omi. For five years
I suffered untold agony from female
troubles, causing backache,
es, dizziness and nervous
It was Impossible for mo to
on the way. I
iDV tried three different
each told me something
11 jLwm different. I
from any of themj
but seemed to suffer
more. The last
doctor said nothing
1 i i tnvlumlMi 1 luitrdti
J.iMiig Lydiu J-,. Pinkham's Vegetable
v uimiomiu 10 SCO Wllilt U WOllUI U0.
i.J ..am ,Cb'i"eil to my natural
KrrA 10N0VAK, BOX
i-'W'. Willinmntlc, Conn.
Tho success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
vegetable Compound, made fiom roots
nnd herbs, is unparalleled. It may bo
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from displacements,
ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic paltiB, backache,
bearing-down feeling, fiattiiuncy,
dizziness, or nervous
Forthlrtyyears Lydia E.PInkham'
Vegetable Compound has been the
standard remedy for female ills, and
Bii.lerlng women owe it to themselves
to at least give this medicine a triaL
Proof is abundant that it has cured
thousands of others, and why should ik
not cure you?