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PAGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN JULY STH ISMS
J CALDWELL SPRINGS :
Kvcry one is busy. The farmers
arc busy harvesting bay. The Sunday
school workers and the Union
people are busy.
Dan Riley was in Mariou Monday
Allen Riley and Walter Lott wore
in Marion Friday.
Duron Koon made u business trip
to Kddyvillc last week.
Lawrouce Lott was in Marion
Friday and rode home in a brand
new buggy. Look Mr. Lett's way
and smile, girls.
Edwiu Ralston attended court in
Marion, being a member of the petit
Mrs, Lottie Ralston and little
niece, Margie, visited relatives in
Marion last week.
Mrs. Nellie Stephenson, who has
been visiting relatives in Marion the
past two weeks, returned home
Best She Ever Saw.
Mrs. J. D. Cox, Prop., Happy Hollow
Poultry Farm, Lawrenceburg, Ky.
says: "Find enclosed One Dollar for
two bottles of Bourbon Poultry Cure.
Send at once as I do not want to get
out. It is the best remedy I ever
saw." For Sale by Haynes & Taylor,
Miss Nellie Adams ,s the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. Forest Oliver, of
Frances, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M, Hill was the
guest of J. T. Bigham's family at
H. N. Hudson, of Watertown,
Tennessee, was visiting P. M. Ward
and other relations in this neighborhood
the last of the week.
T. J. Hoover, of near Sheridan,
was the guest of W. II. Bigham and
family recently. He was wanting
to ball the hay crop in this neighborhood.
Tom Mathews and wife, of Francis,
was visiting John Asbridge and
wife on Wilson Hill Saturday and
Mrs. Nina Williams, of Huiicane
was visiting her relatives and friends
here this week.
Everett Bebout. from the Ohio
river bottoms, was in this section
The harvesting of oats, grass and
clover is now the order of the day.
Several from this neighborhood
went to town Saturday to see the
balloon go up. They had to content
themselves with a ride on the merry-go-round.
James Canada went to town Saturday
and had to buy himself a new
pair of breeches.
Mrs. J. C. Minner has reoeived
word from Texas announcing that
Corry is improving fast.
We arc looking for a wheat thresher
in this neighborhood.
Mrs. Ada Ward picked 10 gallons
of blackberries last Monday. Next.
Tortured on a Horse.
"For ten years I couldn't ride a
horse without being in torure from
piles," writes L. S. Napier, of Rugless
Ky., "when all other remedies failed,
Bucklen's Arnjca Salve me." Infalli;
ble for Piles, Burns, Scalds, Cuts)
Boils, FAer - Sores, Eczema, Salt
Rheum, Cornr. 25c. Guaranteed by
J. H. Orme and Haynes & Taylor. 5-5.
I NEW SALEM, J
It has been hot a nuff,
The corn is all laved it v.
Farmers are harvesting hay,
Bobert Cash, of Morehouse, Mo.,
spent last week with relatives and
frieads in this section.
Mrs. Laa Harpendin and daughter,
Cbarliie, of Marion, are gaests
of relatives ia this, section.
The corn orop is promising.
Henry Broustcr is sick.
Miss Edith Beard visited relatives
in Livington county last week.
We are still at the helm.
Our public roads are getting passable.
Uucle Bob says there is nothing
like old Kentuckv.
We never forget a friend.
Mrs Raymond Uabb, of Salora,
visited friends hero Sunday.
Wasn't the fourth a daisy?
Quite a number attended the barbecue
and ito croam supper at Weston
Tobacco looks fiue.
Roe Wofford has recently been
working for Soldon Ainsworth, of
C. M. Clilt went to Weston Monday.
Gale Ford has purchased a new
A fine baby boy came to tho home
of Gillliam II. Kirk a few days ago.
Rood Ford, a prominent young
farmer of this vicinity, married a
short time ago and will settle down
near Fords Ferry.
Wallace Clift was in the Rcpton
neighborhood Sunday. ' .
Roy Truitt went to Marion Wednesday.
Roe Wofford was at Hebron . Sunday.
There will Tjo an ice cream supper
and debate at 'Possum Ridge Satur.
day evening, July 17.
Shormau Ford and family visited
at Jack Hughes' Sunday."
CARD OF THANKS
We extend our thanks to our
neighbors and frionds for their kindness
to us through the sickness and
death of ourdear husband and father.
May God's blessing rest upon you.
Mrs. James and family.
All who arc interested in the Tosh
graveyard arc requested to meet
there on Saturday, July 24. Bring
tools aud dinner.
J. E. Crowell.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to the good people os Weston
few the kindness shown us during
tho sickness and death of my precious
wife and babe. May heaven, s blessing
be on you, one and all.
William Plcw and daughter, Lillic.
! HURRICANE. .
Tracy Harris, of Tolu, is very
Mrs. Eugene Clark visited Mrs.
Pete Franklin Monday.
Curt Hardin and Misses Kate and
Mary Hammond attended the speaking
at Tolu Thursday.
Horn to the wife of Anion Ferrell
a baby boy.
Rev. Robert Johnson filled his
appointment here Sunday.
Mrs. J. Stonj and Gussie Mc-Grew
were in Tolu Friday.
The Hurricane carapmeeting w;ll
begin August 10. Any one wanting
a camp can get one by calling on
Ray Truitt passed here Fndy
canvassing in the picture business
Mrs. L. E. Guess, of Tolu, is
visiting her parents in Marion this
Miss Kuto Crider, of Jackson,
Tenn., is visiting relatives in Tolu
Joe Moore and wife visited Geo.
Mooro's family reoently,
Frank Jacobs reports vory warm
weather as he is working in the hay
Mrs. Mary Whitecottcn returned
His Peary Beached The Pale?
A sure sign of the preservation of
that sturdy racial trait that glories
in conquest over obstacles, even
when the reward is not a material
one. is shown in tho universal interest
in America over tho hope that
Explorer Peary is reaching tho north
Last Fcbrurary Peary cut loose
from his last solid mooring and
a dash by sledge toward the
the inscrutable region that has these
long years batHed efforts of tho most
intrepid men of all nations.
It is calculated that his venture
should by this time been crowned
cither with success or failure, and it
only remains now to record tho ono
or the other.
When he left civilization Perry
had woikcd out his calculations with
scrupulous care, and announced that
with a liberal ullowunco for delays
andunoxpeoted happenings he should
again be in touch with civilization
by the first of September.
Of course it is possible that he
will never return from his heroic
Ho is exploring territory where no
human foot has trod, and much of
his progress must be guess work and
dangerous guess work at that.
Should this melancholy development
prove the sequel to his attempts,
he would not be tho first
man to die in a similar enterprise.
The numerous pathways toward the
pole arc lined with the graves of men
of all toungs and nations, and if it
were possible to accurately estimate
the sujus spent in such endeavors,
the total would reach formidable
Americano, without regard to
station or occupation will watch the
news from tho far north from this
time forward with feverssh interest.
The distinction of solving the
problem of the centuries would be
one in keeping with the'eourage and
the miativo that have come to bo
synonymous with the name of this
Married In Washington.
Miss May Jacob". bn went , to
tho county scat Saturday shoppiug
ucceeded in purchasing a man in
the person of Hubert Sandow. Mr.
and Mrs. Sandow will reside on his
ranch near here where he is erecting
new house. On Mouday evening
Mr and Mrs. Sandow's friends to
the number of fifty or thereabouts
accompanied by guns, cowbells and
nd other numcrons noisy articles
called on them to pay their respects
to the newly married couple.
Miss May was born and raised in
Crittenden county and went to Washington
with her father's family in
September 11)04. She is tho second
daughter of Silas I). Jacobs. IJor
friends here as well as there rejoico
with her in her good choice for life.
E. F. Armstrong, xvho keeps a
daily record of rainfall and weather
ennditons, gives the following information.
The total rainfall for June, 1!0!,
vrus 2.77, Rain fell on 14 days, it
being well distributed through the
the month, commencing on the first
dsy and ending of tho last day. In
1908 2. (if) inches of rain fell. Rain
fell on 8 days. The last half of
1008 was very dry. Shawncetown
Killed at Clay
Sturgis, Ky,, July 1. New was
received here this morning of an
accidrct at the new shaft of the West
Kentucky CoaJ Company, at Clay,
in. which Will Moore was orushed to
doath and Leo Reed badly injured,
It is said that the accident was
caused by a rock dropping from the
Moore's remains will be taken to
Rock Spring for interment, and Lee
Reed will he taken to an Kvansville
hospitc) for treatment.
The Hvdea Thousandsticks. nub
ilished at the county seat of Leslie
'county, prints the followiag Item
in its corrcspcndonce from Big Fork:
D. T. Lowis shot at Juda Joseph
while sho was passing by his house
Dee Hardin to Miss Kittle Loo
Alex II, White to Miss Catherine
II. C. Woolfo to Miss Cathernie
Aubrey Woodward to Miss Mabel
Lit Hubbard to Mrs. Allen
E4 M. Robertson to Lizzie Simpson.
Bottie Davis and others to E. L.
Nunn, undivided interest in land,
Simon McCain to J II Ainsworth,
2$ acres, $140.
Nancy E. Kemp to '0. W. Grady,
lot in Weston, 112.50.
John M. Frits to county of Crittenden,
small strip of land, I'M).
R. H. Woods to Trustees of M. E
Churcn South, lot in Marion, $fi00.
W. B. Curry to Harry Stone, land
Harry Stone to C' W. Grady, land
W H Burton to Lizzie Truitt, fifj
G. W. Carnahan to Gcorgo II.
Faster, undivided interest in land,
K. E. Cannan to A, S. Cannao,
lot in Marion, $150
Mrs. Molvinia Monroe, to M C,
Monroe, 10 acres, $100.
C. E. wcldon to A G Thomason,
5 lots in Marion, $50.
A. G. Thomason to O. E. Wei.
J. P. Pierce to J. W. Flynn, 22
Berna Flynn to J, P. Pierce, undivided
interest in land, l3'J.
( E. Woldon to A. S. Cannan,
2 lots in Marion. $107.
A NEWSPAPERS RIGHTS.
An interesting question relative
to the right of a newspaper in print
court proceedings was disposed of in
Kansas City last week by Judge
Sechorn, a Circuit Judge of that
It appears that several days ago
in Judge Scehorn's court, just as the
court was about to proceed in a dam
age suit against the city railway
company, a motion was maac to
the jury panel on the
ground that someone in sympathv
with the defendant was trying to
prejudice the jury. Judge Sccborn
made an investigation, which sustained
the .allegation. The jury
panel was discharged, and a woman,
who was aharged with trying to in
fluence the prospective jurymen, wa
tried and sentenced to jail for contempt
A reporter for tho Kansas City
Star camo into the court room short
ly thereafter, and in order to got all
the facts talked briefly with Judgo
Sechorn. Tho latter corroborated
the information tho reporter already
had, but requested him not to
publish the facts until the cane had
been tried with another jury panel.
The Star, howevor, printed -the fame
day an accurate account of the pro.
Tho attorney for the railway thereupon
applied for and 'curcd writ
against certain employes of the Star
tn how cause why thev should not
be for contempt The
for the Star came into ennr'
and avowed that that pnpor had an
absolute right tn publish any and all
court proceedings as it thought wise,
despite requests or snmmand of
court officials. He also stated, how.
ever, that the reporter in question
had failed to make known tho court's
request in this particular mattor, and
if it had been made known the Star
would have held up tho publication
as an act of courtesy to the court,
although not bceauso of any feeling
that the request of the court was in
any way binding.
After hearing the oxplanaticn
Judge Seehorn at onco dismissed the
eonteppt rules, ststing that he was
satisfied that no contempt was intended,
and that even if be had Hade
his request in tho form of a court
order ho doubted whother it would
havo been binding.
The quostion horo involved is more
Important that it might seem at first
glance, says tho Louisville Post.
Undoubtedly the Star roportor erred
in not informing his suporiors of tho
court's roquests, which, by tho way,
was not unreasonable. But tho
Evening Post believed that it is absurd
to argue that any court official
has the power to direct .my newspaper
not to publish an thing rela
tivoto a regular eourt proceeding
The Kanas City Judgo was trjing
to secure a fair trial in this case, and
tin; mattor he dosircd suppressed re.
latcd to nothing ho feared to be
Nevertheless, it is fact, that
there havu been and there are courts
the officials which would like very
muah to bo able to suppress news of
what was going on, aud the poworol
censorship, if extended to tho bench,
would bo highly Ungorou.
In the long run, court officials,
llku all other public officer, must
stand by tho record. The judges
and tho court officials do not own the
co'trts in which they officiate. They
arc simply tho servants of the public,
and when the proceedings in the
courts are of a nature not to satisfy
tho public, the officials have no
ground for complaint when tho records
of the courts arc made known
to the public.
Fxcltement Over Oil strike
Near Liitilsn, Kentucky.
Louisa, Ky., July 5. Much excitement
prevails here over an nil strike
just made about three milos south of
this place. Enongh is positively
knowii about the well to justify the
statement that it is a paying producer.
Tho oil was found in the famous
Hcrca grit, from tho
greatest production in Wost Virginia
is now coming.
The well just brought in is in line
with the West Virginia bolt, and only
fifteon miles ahead of the dovel p.
ment there. Tho well belongs to A,
C. Smith a pcnnsylvanian, who same
here sovcral months go and procur
cd a number ol leases in this locality.
The depth at which the oil is found
is 0750 feet.
Oil men from West Virginia,
Pennsylvania and Ohio arc flocking
in hear and there is a great race on
Th'co new wells will be starfed
within the next two weeks.
Of what avail aro great resolve
and high ambitions, if he who makes
them doos oot posess tho determination
of will which is so necessary to
carry them tn & successful end.
Good resolutions aro good, and the
ambitious man should bo commended
for his worthy aspiration, but the
corner stone upon which these qualities
must rest is determination.
A man may resolve to succeed, his
kiubitioiM in he high and broad,
but unless ho hi aidni liv tliMt
You want of the food you need
Kodol will digest it.
You neod a sufficient amount of
pood wholesome food and more than
this you need(to fully digest It
El&o you can't gain Btrength, nor
can you strengthen your stomach If
It Is weak.
You must eat In order to live and
You must not diet, becauso the
body requires that you eat a sufficient
amount of food regularly.
But this food must bo digested,
and It must be digested thoroughly.
When tho stomach can't do It,
you must tako something that wlll
help. the stomach.
The' proper way to do Is to eat
what yon want, arid let Kodol digest
Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach is weak it needs help;
you must help it by giving It rest,
and Kodol will do that
For Sale by
Rccentdlscovcrlcs have shown
that railing hair is caused by
germs at the roots of the hair.
Therefore, to stop fallinc hair,
you must first completely destroy
these germs. Aycr'sHair
Vigor, new improved forma,
will certainly do this. Tmx
leave the rest to nature.
Oott not c Aonfg tht color of tht halt
formula with h botll
Show II year
tiers Alk btta tkcvt II
Recent discoveries have also proved that
dandruff is caused by Rerms on the scalp.
Therefore, to cure dandruff, the first thine
to do is to completel) destroy thescdan
druff terms. Here, the tame Ayer's Hair
VlRor will give the same splendid resulli.
iUd by lis J. O. Ar Ct., lrwU. .-
quoriog quality determination le
will never attain uocovs,
Iloolution and ambition will .it
determination aro a foundations
built upon shifting ands
Tho element of determination 'n a
man's character is a most vslua'lc
business asset, aud when r..iir it 'd
with resolution and ambition ' s
an irrelstble force otpahle f '
mounting all obstacles in ll t
which lead to m.
IF WF. UNDERSTOOD,
It V J Kawcrtt
Could wo irai ih m ' rt
Surreitmhnp itair pAil l
Uoulu w see tae hmrt ati ;
And know wlai irr ,
Wo would ftfiea fia4 II par. r
Than st first )4rl r -
And we'd lov ntk suhrr " '
If we only HudoMtd.
If wp judge tbi ttira . t
Sao .ill I ho enfld and fcud wi'l m
We should often love the
Wlulo wo oft cm rule m n the sin
To krrp roh of from hot rig good,
I'm sure wo d lore eaeh other bolter
If ue only understood.
If we knew the caret and tuals
The many effort all in vin.
The many blttor disappoints,
understood the lo and gam
We would not be o hasty
Tn rensure one became wo could,
I know we'd love each othar better
If wj only understood.
Oft wo judgo a other harshly
Knowing not tho hidden force.
Not at tho mouth of section
Tho streams loss turgid at itasourcfl.
We connot too amid tho veil '
And the golden grain of gmd.
Oh, we'd love each other better
If we only understood.
A Kind Heart.
"Could you five mo." I no u I rod thu
poor woman, 'n ca dress of your
littlo girl's for im littlo girl, or a pair
of your littlo boy's shoos for my little
"Winvii no littlo girl." replied tho
rich womun kindlv, "nor nny littlo boy.
Hut I enn give you nn old shenth skirt
nn! soir.o puffs."" Puck.
Go to your druggist today, and
purchaso a dollar bottlo, and if ym
wi iionosuy say, that you did i
receive anv boiwfltA trnm i .4
uMng the entire lmtt.li. . a. J
gist will refund your money to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the prlc
of tho bottlo purchased by you.
This offer applies to tho large
bottlo only and to but ono In s
Wo could not afford to make such
an offer, unless we positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
It Would hankntnt. i.o
as much as the flf ty cent.bottlt.
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