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Ijret more. We went ahead and ponied
' five cur load We were not worried
over the outcome They nnw that wo
were not without our telling it. It
worried them not a little. Then a buy
er cumc along and gave us 2(5 cntK.
One coot for expenses and five cents
added to the price of the grower.. No
firmer was at any more trouble in
del very or packing or titn; consumed
than he would have been to if ne had
K")d it himelf, and in a majority of
caei not even half ho much. There
w.m leu fuM and fenthers ahotit it
than any wool marketing we had ever
dor before And raked in five cents
a j mnd for our good seure. And tho
men who engineered the deal received
their expeine. Not ns much ns they
ought to have had, hut they were
They got their expenses, hut
nothing for their time. Hue we did
no mind thnt in our desire to make
th ol a success. After we get
tho one rent margin will
meet t,) expense demnnd.
I seems to me that such evidences
as there ought to set every farmer in
the entire United States thinking more
nlxiut the marketing end of his bust-ns.
We now have a Wool Department
in which wo are pooling Equity
wool thU year, and there is no ilnul.t
, about our making it a success for nil
J we desire I am tho Secretary
id am giving in entire time to the
w r no v I hope the time will come
ttiii'inc in hav the entire country
ui.il r on- sidling agency. Then wc
cm d txu tly a we please. Mndplcnro
Go( we may he inspired to do only that
wh ch is r -lit nd just between man
and man. Equity Farm J -urn!
Since May, 1006, Aycr's
has been entirely free
from alcohol. If you are In
noor health, weak, pale, nerv
ous, ask your doctor about
this non-alcoholic tonic and
alterative. If he has a better
medicine, take his. Get the best
always. This is our advice.
A W yaHUh our fmiulM
MmJ w frm if 4ll
A slucjlsh liver meant a coated tangue,
a bid breath, and constipated bowels.
The question Is, "What it the best thine
to do under tuch circumstance!?" AtE
your doctor If this is not a good answer:
''Take laxative dotet of Ayer't Pillt."
4 by tb J. 0. AJM Co.. LawtlU
A Business Proposition.
"Johnnie, I will give you half a
crown if you can get me a lock of your
"Rive half n sov. an' I'll git do
whole bunch. I know where she hangs
it at Hits.
for Baby Free
The child of today is the parent of
the future, and whether it grows up
healthy and strong, or puny and weak,
depends upon the intelligence of its
parents, for most children arc born
into the world healthy, but thousands
become future weaklings between
birth and the age of ten. when the
parents are still in greatest control.
Tho prime rmiHo of trout lo l In tho
MiTiiiieh. A hnby that Is illKcetlnf lis
fi't'il ncMow crlon anil always looks cheerful,
tho little chili! shoso atonuich la Kootl
romps anil plays nni! novor whines, tho
irrowlnp child learns well at school and Is
for fun If Its hem! In clour atul Its
nloiimch IlKht, anil that mentis If It has
Ilio liest nnit safest wny to euro any
lrrt'Kulnrlty of the stomach nml howols
In children Is by tho uso of Dr, Caldwell
Syrup This Is a liquid laxatlvo
wonderful In Its effect ua Mrs. John w.
Dunham. Applo Creek. O.. Mrs. II. u.
Culliim, Plalnvllle, Ind., nnd numerous
othera can tostlfy who glvo It to their
children with extraordinary results.
A bottle only coats BO ccnta or II according
to the slse you want, and even
one bottle will do a wonderful
nmount of good In a family. It can b
given to any member of the family la
constipation, sour stomach. Indurestlpn,
torpid liver, dyspepsia, heartburn, alek
headache and similar dlgeatlve trouble.
It never arlpea or strangles like phi.
tablets, anlts and powders, which shou d
not be given to children, women or old
If you have a child or other member of
trie family who needs, but ha a never used
thla grand laxative tonic, send yojur nam
auad address to the doctor and a free trial
bottle will be sent to your home. In thla
way you can find out what It will do
-without personal expense.
If. there U anything about
your allaaent that you don't
understand, or If you want
any medical advice, writ
to the doctor, and he will
answer you fully. There la
no charge for this service.
I The address Is Dr. W. D.
Caldwell. 500 Caldwell bldff.,
VOlt SAL K BY ALL DRUGGIST.
Hnrron, Wis., president of the Wisconsin
Wool Growers' organization,
rdates that they nlready have over
fiOD.OOO pounds of wool pooled this year
and the pooling is going rapidly
More about this in the next
isnue. Equity Farm Journal.
First Hose Cures.
Hughes Hritx., Muir, Ky
Our hoi's wire iek with
nnd ve lorft six bond the dV wo begun
using ii mrboii llg IMioleia
Honied v. Tins remedy immediately
the and wo did not
Imvo another log to dio after giving
tlieui the first dor." For ssln at
1 1 ay net fc Taylor's drug store.
Why thickens Don't Talk.
The following conversation was overheard
between two bovs, aged seven
"Joe, why can't chickens talk?"
"Aw, they don't have to; when they
wants nnythlfg they just pull their
wish-bones and they geta their wish.
Tho Delineator for May.
Klver Cutting away The Rank.
Hickman, Ky., April
river banks have ngain begun
caving at Birds Point, Mo., nnd thirty-five
more feet of the bank have gone
into the river. The rapid erosion is
threatening the depot, nnd steps have
been taken to move it within a few
days. A now landing stage will also
have to be excavnted. The river is
now from six to eight feet below the
top of the bank nnd the undercuJrent
is eating into the sand strain under the
surf ro. All of tho businoau section of
tin town has been rolled bnck once or
twice, and it seems as if the town is
Nn Danger Emm Jlmmic's Knife.
On Jimmio's birthday his mother
gave, him a knife. A little friend told
him thnt ho ought to give his mother n
penny so that It would not cut their
friendship, whereupon Jimmie replied,
"It wont cut anything else, so I guess
it wont cut our friendship. "-The Delineator
Killed by Electric Bath.
Indianapolis, April If). -Conrad
Spcrkn, a young electrician, died suddenly
lost night in nn electric bath of
his own devising. lie had arranged
that the water in his bathtub could be
charged with electricity. Last night
he wns found unconscious in the tub
and soon died.
The Coroner investigated today. It
seems that Sperkn turned into bath a
heavier current thnn he was accustom
ed to ami tho shock killed him. He
came from uermnny tnreo months ago
and was jmployed by Fairbanks, Morse
Wanted A Thin Man.
Chicago, III., April lfi. -A thin man
who will not tnko up too much space,
is wanted by the government to assist
the operation of refrigcrnting machinery
in a special railway car, for the
pre-cooling of fruits. An examination
to secure such an appointee will be
held Mny 16th. The applicant must bo
a mechanical assistant, with know ledge
of refrigerating mnchinery. The salary
of this post is from $900 to $1,200 n
This vacancy now exists in the
of Plant Industry, Department of
Agriculture. Tho appointee, must be
of slender build to enable him to get
into several corners of the enr where
the space is limited. The car will travel
to nil parts of the country.
New Wireless Electric Lamp.
Phillip Young, a young inventor of
this city, Tuesday fnvo. a successful
demonstration of n wireless electric
lamp. He exhibited the lamp In n store
before a hundred persons, who are convinced
of its utility. Young refused to
make known the secret of the lamp.
Tho light cornea from an, incandescent
globe placed on a small cylinder filled
with a compound in the form of a powder.
A small battery also is charged
with this powder. Young said that one
battery would keep the lamp burning
continuously for six months. He asserted
that tho cost of this lamp was
trifling, but gave no definine estimates.
Grand Rapids Dispatch to tho New
And All Misery From Indigestion
Vanishes Five Minutes Later.
Every family here ought to keep
! some Diapcpsin in tho house, ns nny
one of you mny have an attack of Indigestion
or Stomach trouble nt anv
time, day or night.
This harmless preparation will digest
anything vou eat and overcome n sour
stomach five minutes nftewards.
If your meals don't tempt ou, or
what little you do eat seems to fill you,
or lays like a lump of lead in your
stomach, or if you have heartburn,
that is a sign of Indigestion.
Ask your pharmacist for n 50-cent
Pope's Diapcpsin and take one
triangule ufter supper tonight. There
will be no sour rising?, no belching of
undigest d food miked with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, Nnusea,
Debilitating Headachs, Dizziness or
Intestinal gripping. This will nil go,
and, besides, there will be no sour food
left over In the stomach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Dinpepsin is a certain cure
for nil stomach misery, because it will
take hold of your food and digest it
just the same as if your stomach wasn't
Actual, prompt relief for nil your
stomach misery is at yonr Pharmacist,
wniting for you.
These large CO-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to cure a case of
Dyspepsia or Indigestion.
Electrocuted at Telephone.
Chicago, III., April 15. -While attempting
to end some trouble with n
telephone, John Shedden was electrocuted
in his -.Hence, nt Elgin, last
Shortly after dinner the telephone
begun ringing wildly. Mr. Shiedden
went repeatedly to the 'plump but
could hear nothing but a buzzing noise.
Unable to communicnto with contral,
he secured a pair of shears U cut the
"Are you sure that will stop i
John?" Asked Mr Shodden.
"It certainly- -" replied Mr.
as he put the slioata to tho wire,
only to full back doad without n cry.
Investigation bv tho telephone company
revealed that Um wire had
en I with a lir?
feed wire from a tp'llev ra! nn J the
full current was ca n d nto th- h"use
I Women I
I Vmm wfct sdfer km I
I kmak Man to, I
Mkwl ft fmble, Mil
H aMaaaaseJ s-v
wlwtffl yttr ce..l
B sMiMsl.tg a WMKaU
Hf MM MTCt W FiCTCC
ri,lrW( Mi" alter.
frta aU sorts ef fe
ale trMMe, had pail h my
aMe, irawlaf palis fat my
Ieis, etald Ml sleep, hai
SMrtiess of areata.
"I siflered far years,
haskaad insisted oa
Bay trying Cardnl. The first
bottle gave ne relief aid
dov; I am almost well."
It will help yoa.w
Some Advertising li.iliw.
The raise in advertising rates ly the
Curtis publications seta a new marl-for
mngazine advertising prices. The
new rate is as followm
"Ladies Homo Journal, $7 pei line
$2,000 per inside page; insidy cover
pages, $5,000 and $7,000 for tho back-cover.
Saturday Evening Post. $5 per
line. $3,000 per inside page; inside cover,
$3,000 and bnck covers. $.1,000."
Wurk lor All.
A minister in Bates county, Mo.,
wua horrified one Sunday rec ntlv to
aeo a boy in the rear of the church
pelting the hearers in the amen corner
with paper wads. As the good man
looked at him the boy cried out: "You
'tend to your preaching, mister; I'll
keep 'em awake!"
CASTOR I A
7r Infanta and Children.
Till KM Ym Havi Always Bought
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Vi M PRIL 15thl909 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. - is
lestitts on Pooling Wool.
(By l. J. Stbvens, Cylon, WN.)
Niitlooal Wool Growers' Convention.
Wo have received word from Ken-
The March 1st of the Equity luy thnl iny nttV0 oiecicu inoir uei
farmer Journal contained nn editorial cKatcB t0 n Wo01 rowera convention
hi the results of pooling wool in Wis- for tho purponi ot onranmne; a wool
onsin that was all rifrht. Two yoara Grower.-!' Uepnrtmont in tno American
Society of Equity bh hook us the other
Ko wns on n on pooling
f wool in St. Croix county. Our local States interested can elect their dele-
would Kntes and un ngreeii unto m set. ihkc
luiyors only offer us 10 ind 20
hont. Wo refuse to null. V told HUB matter up, ftir. worn urewur, ami
them we could not nnd would not rato K"t rc"ly for tno convention.
roil lor any such uric., any mr.. In this connection we wmi, to state
rhnv rlillrllli.,1 nnr l.l..n tl.nl wn Ultlt n ICllCr irom I'. I. Uicuvur ill
Those Who Have Paid Up or
Renewed Their Subscription
Since Our Last
H F Ray, Charlotte, N C
L L Hunt. Marion
Charles M Howerton, Kentucky
George T Newbell, Marion
N UiMokshire, Kansas
Mary E Moore, Marion
Orgie Stoveni, Crayne
II E Martin, California
W II Davis, R FDNol
W F Brown, Iron Hill
Mrs. M Malcom, Lola
Belle Shanon, Cairo, III
Frank Jnckson, Marion
W B Walker. Missouri
II M Carnahan, Marion
W L Stnton, Marion
Mrs. Martha Wright, Azalea
J O Corn, Salem
J M Hardesty, Irma
TJSBruce Moore, Henderson "
R H Enoch, Chicago III
C E May bc, Weston
J R Fnrris, Salem
IkeGass, R FD-No 5
Frank Travis, Tribune
Miss Auto Daniels, Kentucky
U B Terry, Temple Hill "J
F. F. Charles, Brazil MJ
II D LaRue, New Burnsides III
M G Glore, Marion N "VW
G B Bennett, Lola T, "Ti """
H B Phillips, Wiggins "p
J E Phillips, Tolu
Ernest Tackwell, Washington
Charles Dempsey, Sturgis
Ninnie Nelson, Missouri
Snllie Alhead, Missouri
Nancy Stuhblefield, Salem
William Ford, Piney
R II SMihblefield, R'F D No 2
Reuben Wheeler, R F D No 3
Lee Elder, Shady Grove
G W Howerton, R P D No 1 Z
Luther Pollard, Marion
Maggie Blnnks, Tennessee
J F Jackson, Marion
G C Shiveley, Owensboro
C E Utlcy, Providence
R N Foster, Vicksburg
T E Walker, Iron Hill
Mary Gettings, Fredonia
T II Johnson. Lola
J E Johnson, Lola
J W Ellington, Missouri
James Ellington, Portageville
J D Asher, Marion
Dr Will Nunn, Heushaw
J G Brantley, Tradewatcr
R E Pickens, Jr., Evansville
Winnie Willcox, Indiann
Willinm O'Neal, Crayne
R II Kemp, Mnrion
John Eskew, Mnrion
H L Lynn, Marion
A H McNeely, Princeton
W D Sullengcr, R F D No 3
Chnrles Moore, Owensboro
Kate Farmer, Marion
J A Wilson, R F D No 1
W B Wooten, Arkansas
J R Summerville, R F D No 4
Mrs Mary Henson, Dixon
William Todd, Piney
A H Walker, Weston
A P Love, Sheridan
Sam Leneare, R F D No 1
John Cochran, Marion
W T Sugg, R F D No 3
Lida Hopgood, Sturgis
W E Stephens, Salem
B W Belt. Lola
C C Noe, Marion
E L Franklin, Salem
A B Childers, R F D No 3
J R Walker, R F D No 4
Ernest Slnyden, Eddyville
Ira Robinson, Weston
G D Kingsolving, Salem
Butler Crisp, Repton
Nolle Walker Marion
Lucinn LaRue, Countv
Maggie E Hughes, Kentucky
J II Joiner, Marion.
Ladd, Ark., April 10. find
two dollnrs for bnck subscription and
renewal one year to tho best paper in
tho world we could not do with out it.
W. B. Wooten.
Only Lost One,
Mrs. Cynthia Duncan, Georgetown,
Ky. , Fnyp; "I hsd occasion
to use Bourbon Poultry Cure with
in v turkeys this year and it cured
tliein. I only lost ono, don't think
I would have lost it if I had used
this medicine sooner." For sale at
Hhjiics & Ta tor's drug store.
Dr. H. A- Slaydcn.
Answers all calls Day or Night,
has a full outfit of instruments.
System I 8titu,ca
By JOHN S. HODGSON.
By DR. EDGAR HOFFMAN,
ordinarily constituted women.
Tiie relative paucity of skilled artisani,
adopting ns their life's vocation a particular
handicraft offering possibilities of promotion
as foremen or superintendents,
stands in strong relief against the large
number of highly trained youths turned
out every yenr by American technical in-
steady nxldition to the ranks of graduates
in applied science evidences a satisfactory
recognition of the necessity of comprehensive
specialization to use an apparent con
tradiction in iertns. On the other hand,
the growing disinclination to sorve a long term of apprenticeship, with
(lie naturally resulting disposition to abandon a trade imperfectly acquired
by other mot hods, suggests a disappointing survival of "the vulgar
conceit." deprecated by President Kliot of Harvard, in his inaugural
addrens nearly 40 years ago, "that a Yankee can turn his hand to anything.'
It would be idle, however, to regard this as the sole or even as
the principal factor in the deeay of a system under which vast armies
of skilled and "craft proud" workmen were formerly recruited.
It will tend to assist in the search for remedial measures if it bc
remembered that the same breakdown of the apprentice system, though
in a minor degree, is to he recorded of European countries. In Great
Britain, excellent results have U-en achieved in the past from systematic
study in night schools. Much of their success has been due to the
character of evening study and daily work the latter
bringing home to the average mind the advantages, if not the absolute
necessity, of what is furnished by the former.
In conclusion, it may be doubted whether the full benefit derivable
from improved methods of industrial training, however admirable in
themselves, can be secured through their exclusive application to the
class now filling the ranks of manual lnbor. A reversion to the old
belief in "the dignity of lnbor," taking practical form in diverting to
the lathe or the bench a share of the present rush to the roll-top desk,
i. a condition well worthy ot united
effort in a country showing mnnv
Hgns of drifting away from the loft
ideals of its founders.
Yt'oman can only reason tip to a certain
point, after which she "sees blind," or, in
other words. lo?es sight of the question at
If the perfect mind were appraiFed at,
Miy 100 po'rtts, and the average mind at 50,
it would he found that the ratio of
in these two figures would
!.i respect i i ! HO and 45. With a woman
would take the place of
in similar ratios, the re-Milt
being that, to an ordinary political or
ociological or economic problem, a wom
an with a feminine mind could
bring to bear only ten per cent, of common sense, and an average woman
live ier cent. which looks bad for the suffragettes. 'When
women show more than usually ucuminnus intellect they are really not applying
either knowledge or experience, but are simply making haphazard
shots by the machinery of intuition. And -when a woman showa an ensuring
and consistent intellectuality it may lc asserted positively that she is
or without the ordinary attributes of love that characterize
Some day you may eat too much. Some night
(if you're a man) you may drink more than is
good for you. For all excesses in eating and drinking
LfcarVl tt 4
is best because it acts on the liver, moves the bowels
and gets rid of whatever may be overloading your
stomach. For any sickness of the sort constipa
tion or stomach and liver troubles take an INK tab
let to-night and you'll feel better in the morning. 52
SOLD BY HAY.VES &. TAYLOR
Mnm.y w Nt.i.tiiHj Joy.
! ti hit, to ht irimto " it'." E-i"
nor. "If ym niv ni' m r i t ho
Kllnor was very anzious to bring rut," she said. '1 .1 ti i
mo an A,o,u -. nt f rem Mat, c VjS'uViiJ'n n.1,!'.' VfS
miner. Her mother o joeted ,auj: "Rut. tnoti er, I uw nnuh lonirer
IiiK that the ctre of a cat from M.i.u
to Connetieiit w..s entirely ton ,irduuti
a cat wciili! !. than a u bin."--The
Delineator for Mny.
We 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.
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