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IL 8th, 1909 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. PAGE THREE!
W. CLIFT STANDS
IY FARMERS' UNION.
s Union Was Not
N to Raise Prices and
Nothing Use, lint lo
LY LOVE AMONIi FARMERS.
All riassfis ol People n! All taps-
iions arn Organized Why Nut
WILL HEEr ANYONE WHO DISAPPROVES
OF FARMERS' ORGANIZITION.
V rd - Kerry, Ky . March 20. "Oil
!rr Kditor: lit the iuo of the
Tt Pre for March , (hero ap
peared another article frotn T, W,
More in wh'eh ho ade n reply to
i letter f February 2.V An ho
nrt eein to undcrtand me elear
lv will trv, in more extended
article, to inform him jut what I
think alinui the Farmer' Union and
thcr union, among the farmer.
In the firt place the Farmer'
I'iMnn wa not organized for the
nirpne of increasing the price of
product and nothing ole. The
parpoxe of the Farmers' Union in to
ct he farmer together and unite
them to develop a true brotherly
love among the farmer, and lo advance
the interests of farming in a
many way a polblc,
Kvery farmer kcow something
boat a -me particular line nf farm.
mi; that would be a help to hia
feJJow men, and by oomtng together
and exchanging their ideal on farming,
they woulJ become wiser and
better fitted to cope with the various
pro'lem of farm life Tbua the
mutual and social bene6t which is
raned by union among the farmer
amply repays every farmer for the
trouble and expense involvtd by
belonging to them.
Mr Moore does uot seem to be
lieve that the farmers' organisations
hare had anything to do with the
.. rtl tha MVlaaa f fa(M at mnA
c IUVICI1I1 ! IIIG lJ(jn Ul IwliU
r let. He also says the tobacco
have done do good. My
father t an experienced tobacco
grower and has worked in tobaoco
for forty years, and he says
that hcveral yeais ago the buyers
paid 18 for tobacco in lluion county
and would then coma over in
Any intelligent person can be his
own doctor m the ordinary case of
liver trouble, fur the symptoms cannot
be mistaken. If the white of the
eye becomes yellowish, if the skin becomes
sallow, it pimples and blotchv
appear, if the bowels do not move, if
you have sick headache, if you arc
bilious, you may be sure that your
liver is torpid or inactive.
The quickest nnri surest remedy yet
found for the euro of liver trouble or n
of ita symptoms la Ur Cnldwull'a Hyrup
I'epaln, the Rreat herb luxntlve compound.
This wonderful remedy la not only u laxative,
but a tonic as well. It will iturt
the (low of aruatrlc Juice, thereby noon
enabling the liver to do Ita work naturally.
A bottle of this rreat liver remedy
can be bought of any drugglat for 60
cent a or II, and In many cuica a alngla
bottle has cured a chronic cnae.
For example, John W. I.ce, 19 8. Penn
arylviuita, ae., Indianapolis. Ind., had a
-k ntubborn and very lang'Standtng caaa of
w liver trouble, with pimple, btotchet,
Jaundice, etc., and It cured him. Mra. B.
Fltncnum, Jackson, Ky,, says th samt
of It. Thousand of families keep It In
(ha houae against juit such an
aa you can never tell whan soma
member of the family will need a good
In order to hnve you or any other sufferer
from the liver make a test of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepln without personal
expense. Dr. Caldwell will send you a free
feat bottle If you will end your nam
and addreaa. The namnle will ahow you
fcow pleasant It Is to take, how gently It
works. It will atart you on the cure of
your trouble and convince you that you
nave found a cure. That Is the object of
tho sample, and the doctor urges you to
easl for It today.
sajjsaw If there Is anything- about
SJPBx your ailment that you don't
f Bj understand, or If you want
AM any medical advice, write
4-a Of to the doctor, nnd he will
Bmaay answer you fully. There la
ffcBB no charge for thin service.
SaOaaWawhl The address Is Dr. W. B.
HKfl Caldwell. 500 Caldwoll bid.,
vuil SALE BY ALL DRUGOI8T.
tendon and buy tolmooii a good
Thin csn bo nailed bv no othnr
"hiii" thsn robber?. Now that the
firmer have begun pooling their
I tobacco thfl prion ha improved vnr
'greatly within the pt fnw ynr.
JThoKuglih buyers hnvo conceded
tho fact tbnt tho tobacco associations
I have caused the priuc of tob.icco lo
Tho prion of cotton ha incrp.ind
in almost tho imin inatntnr. Thi
tins been citusnd bv lh oottoti grower.
pooling their cotton it tbn Fnrm.
or.' Union n! by doing tbl thnv
lii.vo saved intllion of dollars,
Thti farmer have never until
recently secured tho proper prico fr
their product. Maiv a Inrmnr In
been compelled to take lit children
out of school and put them lo worli
on the farm After working hard
all year in cultivating, housing and
tripping the tnbncco, when tho crop
was old the farmer would receive
in return scarcely enough monev lo
recompense him for hi own labor,
to jy nothing of the work done by
his own ohildrcn. Thoao fact aro
enough to srouo even the most lukewarm
among thn farmer.
Mr. Monro savs that if I could
ugget some plan of union that
wauld be free from graft ho might
poMiblv agree with me, 1 do not
know of any grafting or aoheming
in the Stemming I)itrict Tobicco
Aoctation, I do not know how it
mv be in other dilrict. Even
should a fnw corrupt polititcian get
into tho farmers organisation, ahnuld
wn full out with thn principle of
these uninna? Should wn abandon
thn church of Christ becaje
a few impious follows got into that
organization? Did the apostles of
Jesus abandon the Lord and his
teaching bcoause one of their number
got to grafting?
Instead of pronouncing the unions
no' good, as Mr. Moore doe, we
should knock nut thn grafters and
more Grmly uphold and defend the
principles of the unions.
Kvnrv olass of people on the fano of
thn earth, from the to
the millionaire, are well rrgantxed,
and why not tho fartners7 The
farming people are the most important
olass of people in the United
States, and if they would organise
themselve effectively they wold soon
come to the front in evervtbiog.
Taking all the above facts into
eonaidnration, any right thinking
person can readily see that farmers'
organisations are all right and that
no reasonable objection oan b e
brought against them. I earn not
what others may think, hut as for
me, I am ready to defend the cause
of thn farmers and tho laboring class
of people as long as thore is a drop
of blood in my body,
Mr. Moore is mistaken as to inv
being a 'lesrned school teacher."
I have neVor taught sohool. I am
just a farmor's boy, and nothing elso.
If Mr, Moore, or any ono elso who
is against organization among the
farmers, will moot mo half way in an
oral discussion on this subject, I
will br'ng up fact that will prove
that union among the farmers arc
perfectly right. justifiable nnd
needed. A. Wai.i.aor Ul.UT
He that knows most, g'riovc most
for watcd time. -Dante.
It is curious to sco how the psce
clears around a man of decisive spirit
and leaves him room and freedom
Look round the habitable world, how
Know their own gaod, or, knowing
J it, pursue. -Dryden.
It's the life that wing more than
the voice, snd yet tho voice in part
i of the life.
Few men bavo any next; they live
from hand to mouth, they aro with
ut plan, and soon come to the end
That best portion of a good man'
His little, namelnss, unromembcred
Of kindness and of lovo,
'If wc aro over in doubt what to
do, it is u good rule to ask ourselves
what wc shall wish on
tliui wq had doue."
To do two things at once is to do
neithor," says tin old Latin phllnso
pher. Ono thing at u time, ami all
our power thrown into tout clfort, ix
the Miro rule to Micuese,
II 'it it i, indeed,
To epotid ourselves upon the general
And ofl miHiitidcrMood,
To mrivc to lilt th? limb-, nnd knecn
This is tho be.it, tho fullest meed,
- Lewis Morris.
CASK AKTKIt CASK.
I'lt'tity .More Like 'I liU in .Marlon.
Sconm of Marlon people can toll
toil about Donn's Kidney I'UIh.
Many n happy citizen mnkcH a public
stntoinont of IiIh oxperlonco Htp
Im n ciisi nf It . What Imttor proof
of merit ran u' had than such endorsement?
Jane Hford. Marlon. Ky.. says
"I was greatly bcnelitvd by Donn's
Kidney Pills and consequently 1 am
In position to recommend them. My
Kidney trouble was brought on by
exposure, toegther with n great dnl
of hard work I suffered from the
complaint for two years. I was unable
to rest well on account of tho
dull pains through my back and In
tho morning I arose feeling very
RtllT. When I stooped, sharp twinge
sHzfd iih nnd caused me Intense
suffering I tired enslly, felt very
nervous and hail dizzy spells and
henilnt'hPH. I know from the sedi
ment In the kidney secretions thnt
my kidneys were disordered and a
frequent doslro to pass the secretions
at night, also proved this fact
Since using Donn's Kidney Pills,
procured at Haynes & Taylor's drug
store. I have Improved n grent deal
In every wn I have no hesitation
In recommending this remedy as one
that lives up to representations."
For sale by all dealer. Price 50
cents. Co., llnffalo,
Nev York, sole agents for the
Remember the name Doan's
and tnke no other.
DO It NOW.
When you'v got a job to do,
Do it now!
If it's one you wish was thru,
Do it now!
If you're sure the job's your own,
Do not hem and haw and groan
Do it now!
Don't put off a bit of work.
Do it now!
It doesn't pay to shirk,
Do it now!
If you want to 611 a place
And be useful to the race,
Just get up and take a brace,
Do it now!
DoQ't linger by the way,
Do it nowl
You'll love if you delay.
Do it now!
If the other fellows wait,
Or poatpone until its late,
You hit up a faster gait.
Do it now.
- -Frank Farnngton in N. Y. Sun.
WwaMsUWtra mi tire
frtfti letf a
talc Tial I eellij el
Uredaess will aat
leave yoa ol Itself. Take
Cards!, that cilcclual remedy
fw the ailments and weak
Bess ol woraci. Thousands
at women have tried Cardul
end write enthusiastically ol
Its great benefit to them.
H Afcttaw! letter (ran Mrs II
Claries Iraaf , of Sweetser, II
I M. , lays: Tata ae eai II
letKlwatwaaefarMe. le- I
larc I aefM lakfaii CarMI H
caaMsratiaaiay'swark. I H
waaM werk awhile aad tie M
ttewi. I skill always five
prate la yaar asewJeiae." I
TryCardat Far sale I
H cvuji where H
I. C. HAY GET T. C.
The renort ia current thnt tue
Tenncsseo Central from NaMivillc to !
Hopkiiisville will bo taken over
again by tho Illinois Central. The
roport has it, as published m t10
in .the I'nuccton (Ky.) New, thai
the deal will be oouHumated July 1.
Onorgo A ('lark, gonoral mantger
of tho Tennescc Central was last
night asked hIioui the. report, and
rnp'ied that hn had heard nothing
whitevnr about it. According to
thn report, thn Pitducah
office will he eon'tidated, with
headquarters at I'ricetnn; alo tint
L. M. Mc(!abc, sitant upnrititen
tlnnt with his forcn will be moved
back to I'rineeton
Out nf ThB GlnrjfiT Jar.
The tomato can but will it?
The the shoes the louder
Thn wife of a henpecked husband
s usually set in her ways.
Tho tniti who persistently sits down
ii :ure to become h in) up.
No matter how well mother mav
feel hi i continually on thn mend.
It is tmnortant havn clear vision
F.ven the potato must have sound eye
Neither a boil nor a cabbage
amounts to anything unless it comes
to a head.
If young Mpcniliririft would settle
down he might soon be able to settle
Ooo the most inidious and unexpected
form of attack, is to tread
upon a tacc.
You can not always guagc the importance
of a man by the angle at
which he wears his hat.
There is quite k difference between
thn door-jamb and the jam that
mother tied to make.
"There is the wreck of time!" exclaimed
Jones, as hi clock fell from
the second story window.
Them are no stripe on a flag
stone, but if one falls on it hard
enough ho will be likely to cc Htars.
Some the neckwear wnrn by fash,
ionable young men is so loud that
ycu can hear it in the next block,
A simplo worm went out to play
Upon an April morning;
An early robin chance that way
Without a obirp of warning ;
And that is the end of the story.
Most aoy body oan retail buttar,
eggs and vegetables, but we have
never met a man smart enough to
retail a dog.
Sometimes when a woman throws
a brick at an old hen io the garden.
It is harder on the scenery than it is
on the hen.
The best way to cultivate an appetite
is to cultivate a field, and then
you will havo both the appetite and
the wherewithal to appeae it.
Some folks have rats in their gar
rots, some have rata in their cellars,
and while not a few voung ladie
havo good sized rats in thnir hair.
t MEXICO. I
(delayed from last week,)
Will Ctntard is speculating in
stock, but not the kind that "go up
and down in the cities."
We arn "having finn weather.
' Kverybody is attending court
The stork left a fine hoy at Colo
man Hushing' Friday,
C. A. Woodall was through here
Look out for a wedii'n
Mrs, Katie Myeis will begin a
subscription at Cnokscyville
first Sunday in April.
Miss Mtttie Clement i- preparing to
enter St. Vincent.
11YOMEI CURES CATARRH.
SaiV 'nuwail ImtammV flH
WJ I sswmxs, bia W
J5l wl COtOtt COUCIflNal tf
S( VkTWHUO ASTHMA. 1 W
m Iwwn JsHAua VE
m Vu "v tu fc!
JvJj' 5wC If
Hyomel Is nature's remedy. It Is
vaporized nlr, produced from the
mighty eucalyptus trees of Inland
You brcatho In this antiseptic air
through a hard rubber Inhaler thnt
comes with every outfit. It is guar-
nnteed by Haynes & Taylor to cure
cjU'UTu. asthma, soro throat,
cillliH, ur uruiii, or inuuuy ihii:k. rt
eompteto outfit Is only $1.00, and .v
'" ,,,t1,,0H rst l)Ut..,r, QTt6 Ay"
one uln uffer8 with catarrh alter
this offer, must enjoy It.
By DR. J. R.
.SHOUT time ago I was
A, uirering from nnnemiu. She workel in a lniuulry. e I
mu..4i.tiiA.t !... ,.l,....1.. .... A... 1 I t !i J i ....
mi aa ui hit nanus oi eating and living.
I regulated her diet and gnxv lier strong medicines. The ca3e
ballled me. Finally she happened to rcinurk Hint she chewed a
lot of starch. I ordered her to quit it, and she promised me
.-lie would, lint she broke her word ngain and again. 1 la- '
bored with her three months before she finally gave up starch-eating.
From this girl I got my insight into a habit which after
ten ear.- of stinh I now do not profess to understand. Like many working
girls he n I wonder how many gum-chewers realize "
the strength of the hold tin- habit has upon them:' This girl one day forgot
to stock up with gum before going to the laundry. Once at her
work she could not get away. For weeks and months she had chewed
gum as she worked. Her jaws had been in motion. On this
day she was constantly conscious of the absence of the gum. She was
unhappy. She had nothing to chew on. She chewed her handkerchief,
hut it had not the consistency of gum and did not satisfy. The thought
of gum became almost an obsession.
Finally, in desperation, she thought of stnrch. It was white and
powdery, but in a short time the moisture of the mouth and the manipulation
of the jaws reduced it to somewhat of the consistency of gum. It
was a poor substitute.
She chewed starch all that day. The longer she chewed a "wad" of
starch the sweeter it became. That evening she noticed that her teeth
were whiter than they had ever been before. She confided this discovery
to another girl in the laundry, who informed her that she had been chewing
starch a long time.
The second girl had a complexion which was much admired. It was
white and colorless but verv clear. My patient's informant told her that
many laundry girls chewed starch for the complexion.
So my patient gave up gum and chewed starch constantly. True, her
complexion improved, but she did not know that a clear, white complexion
is but an indication of impoverished blood. She kept ou.
The odd thing about starch-eating is that starch has absolutely no
medicinal virtue, nor dies it exhilarate or depress, it is simply an inferior
food which makes flabby, worthless flesh. It ia a clog to the digestive
apparatus, and the starvation of the blood is a sure result of ita long
continued use. I cannot understand where the appetite if there is an
appetite comes in. Yet persuading a starch-eater to gir f the habit
is a long and diflicult process.
A Strang Tealc VitfceiitAlcahel
A Baay Builder , tfitkaat Akaial
A Blaod Purifier Without Alcohal
A Great Alterative Without Alcahal
A Doctor's Medicine Without Alcohol
Avcr'a Sarsaoarllla Without Alcohol
Ws mHU r frl
W kulak labat
A f ra w4U1b
W mrt T
Ayer's Pills arc liver pills. They act
directly on the liver, make more bile
secreted. This is why they arc so valuable
in constipation, biliousness, ays
pepsia, sick-headache. Ask your doctor
if he knows a better laxative pill.
Mad y Ikt 1. C. AjTf O., LwaU,
Letter trom Indiana
Ligonier.. Ind . March 2i, 'OU.
Dear Mr Jenkins: I'lexsc find
oticloifii $1 for subscription dun on
paper. We uld Inmllv get slung
without Tho We thank ou
for our kindii".
Nina mo! Mr, Wheeler arrixed
as Are Drug
called in to n ease of rir1 whn
Letter Irta Ht. J. I Itof,
My fourth year's work as pastor of
Piney Fork church closed MarcV
I was unanimously solioitow, to
preach for thorn another year; but,
feeling that other churches needed
me more thai Piney Fork, I have
acoepto&aifc work. "Vv
Bro. .1. T. Wilson, elder in Piney
Fork church, and bis wife easoe to
visit wife and me Thursday aid
brought with them a large bos filled
with provisions, suoh as lard, aagar,
coffee and many' other things too
numerous to mention.
As a present from the good sisters
of Piney Fork Cumberland Presbyterian
oburoh, and fro a Piney Creek
and Pleasint Hill Baptist ohurohes,
I will never forget those good people.
During my four years' work at Piney
Fork one oould not tell owe denomination
from another. They all
worked together for the salvation of
souls and, as a tcsult of my four
year' work, thero were 73 conversions
and several additions to the
In conclusion I will say that no
pastor ever preached to better people
than those of Piney Fork church.
May thn Lord bless tho church and
tho now pastor is my
J. It Kino,
only eomplCfte llnaa of m
and iff you civo uo
W hava th
Furnituro in tho county,
a call wo can aatitfy
As Truly Enslaved
Wo will also exchange Now Furnituro
for your old. or will buy it and pay cash,
Wo also havo tho most complete line
of Coffins, Caskets and Undertakers Supplies
ever in Marion, and will answers, calls
night or day, Jut Phone S3.
NUNN & TUCKER.
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