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Tho Kind Tou Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which has boon
in uho for over 30 years, lm borno tlto slgnnturo of
softt Biiporvlslon Blnco Ita infancy.
Allow no ono to docclvo you in thin.
All Counterfeit, ImitatioiiH nntl " " nro but
Kxpcrhnotits that trilio with nnd endanger tho health of
lufuntH nnd Children Experience nguinst Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Cantorla in a liarmlesH Hiihstituto for Cnstor Oil,
Drops nnd Soothing SyrupH. It In lMeiiHaiit. It
contaiiiH neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic,
Mih.stanco. Its npo in its gimrnntcot It de.stroyH "Wornirt
nnd FevcrlHhncsH. It cures Diarrhcua and "Wind
Colic Jt relieves Teething Troubles, cures CoiiKtipation
and Flntulcr" It tho Food, regulates tho
Htonmoh ... I , wrls, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Clill -i. n'.i Panaeeo Tho Mother's Friend.
CENUBNE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
HUSBAND, 38, SEEKING
ALIMONY FROM WIFE, 89
Man Sued For Divorce Asks for Attorney
Fees and For Support.
Alteycs That hIIr Oruvn
Him Away From Home
PROPERTY INTERESTS AMOUNT
TO ABOUT $25,000 (10.
ii Spring. Ark . Sep', i.Y
Robert K t'irriwr has filed n
loilivorcr proceedings by
Mary K furrier. Mtitni; $500 for
attorneys !''" and 55 a tiionlh alimony
for hi support pending a final
settlement of the cac.
In It.o crois complaint Carrier sots
f rth that he was induced to marry
tl.c woman now hi wife in 1905
when she wa. Hf years old through
a promise that all her property
would be given over to him.
He state that ho is "H years old
and that wlion he was married the
property waa given over to him, and
through his management became
more valuable and produciivo of income,
and that things went well until
a year ago, wheg his wife drove him
away from their home.
Mrs Carrier recently filed an action
for divorc, charging inattention
The husband in his coss.blll declares
ho was attentive to his wife
throughout die time they lived together,
even though he had to work
day and night to care for her "as if
she were an infant less than six
months of age.
The property interests amount to
; about 125,000.
tone show to be leli at
Louisville, October llth.
Announcement comes from Louis-
Ivillc tn tho ctTcct that tho Louisville
Horse Show will he held this year
(uring tho wook of Ootober llth.
It will bo hold in the First Regiment
which is unsurpassed as a
show piano for hor.se. Tho prize -list
has bcon completed, and tho
amounts to bo awarded will run well
over 112,000. The horsemen of tho
State and tho country at large, who
regard tho Louisville show as the
equal of any in tho country, will
hav something worth while to con.
test for this fall.
Kentucky saddle horses are aa
famous as Kentucky
lid tho Louisvillo show has always
nade a largo place for thorn. This
year there will be many classes for
Dth tho and
Hiitf mP j .
been mndo under his
stitiitTs, nnd thov pruuis1 to bo unusually
well rilled. The best tha
have been developed during tho fair
season and at the State Fair will be
shown, and real championships will
bo awarded. Mat Cohen, the Dell
Bros., die Gay Bros., Lawrence
Juno and cithers who own
caddie horses will be among
National attention was attracted lo
the Louisville show last fall by the
fact that Judge V. ii. Moore, conceded
to have the finest stablo of
show horses in the country, was an
exhibitor, and by the exhibitions of
four-in-hands by Alfrod G.
Iloth will be back in October,
reinforced by Reginald Vandcrbilt,
C. W, Watson, Miss Daily Bedford,
.1. W. Ilarriman and other owners of
ahow horses that are famous on both
side of the ocean.
Trial Is Free
It is a popular mistake that only
wealthy people who cat rich and
highly-spiced foods suffer from dyspepsia,
or, as it is also known, indigestion
The laborer in the street,
the worker in the field also finds himself
a victim of this disorder. Among
the very greatest sufferers from it are
Dyapepiln Is Indicated by n constant
fCfllnr of latlnein, by loaa of appetlta and
troubled by four utomach nnd
after en tine, by bad complexion and
There is no aurer nnd aneeoier cure ror
this trouble than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
I'cniln. which ilvatentlca huve been utlnr
auccenfully for twenty year. Thla creat
herb laxative compound cured Cnpt. Clark,
of Buffalo, In., of dyepepila nnd sour
stomach that he had had for forty year,
or until the lucky day that he heard of
Dr. Caldwell'a 8yrup I'epaln. It cured
Jool Adams, of Montgomery. Aln., after
Buffering continuously for sixteen month.
Theae are only a rew or me many, nui
It t not expensive to be cured with thla
grand remedy, na It can be bought at any
drug store in a to-cent or i Dome.
Tour very neignoora are proDADiy
usera of Dr. Caldwell'a Byrup Pepaln,
but If you want to know without expenae
what It will do ror you personally, send
your name to Dr. Caldwell and he will bo
lad to Bend yam a free trial bottle. II
6 h actually anxloua to have you make av
teat of hla remedy.
Thousanda of families everywhere keeti
It In the house nnlnst auch an
aa constipation, aour atomach. Initiation,
Sency blllouaneaa. dyapepsla, heartburn,
torpid liver, etc.. which may cotne
on a member of the family any day. It
la pleasant to the taate, acta gently and
doea not gripe. It la the great children'
If there ta anything about
your ailment that you don't
MM! understand, or If you want
any medical advice, write
to tho doctor, nnd he 'will
answer you fully. There Is
no clmrgo for this
address Is Dr. W. B.
Cnldwell, 300 Caldwell bid.,
For Sale by iiaynes & Taylor
Cumberland Presbyterian Church,
Woitt Salem street: Sunday Sohool
0:30 each Sunday. Elder J. S. O.
Preaching at 11:00 a.m., and S
p. ro., each third Sunday.
Prayer Meeting each Tuesday
You are cordially invited to attond
caoh and all the services of this
Rbv. Arthur 0. Biddlb, Pastor.
Mothodist Churoh Sunday School
9:30 a. m., T. H. Cochran, Bup't.
Preaching, 11 a. m., and 8 p. m.
Kphworth League, 7:15 p. m.
Prayer Mo ting, Wednesday evening
8 p. m.
Cordial invitation to all.
Rkv, J. H. Adams, Pastor.
Baptist Church: Preaching every
Sunday morning at 11 a, ni., and at
8 p. in.
Sunday School, 'J M0, J. P. Pierce,
Prayer mooting, every Thursday
Ladies' Aid Society, meet every
M. K. MiM.Klt, PaBtor.
TO THE VJITERS OF
In accepting the nomination for a
sont in 'tho Lower House of tho next
General Assombly of Kentucky.,
by. the unanimous vote of my party
in convention assembled, 1 am indeed
grateful for the expression of confidence
reposed in me; the more so,
because tho nomination comes to me
entirely uusought, and 1 feel also an
endorsement of my course in tho
House oh your member in the session
I spuak from experience when I
say, that in undertaking to servo
you, if elected, that I will do so at
a sacrifice to my professional and
business intercuts: but as the banner
has been placed in my hands I shall
do every thing honorable within my
power to carry it to victory.
I feel that my experience as your
mombcr one term and three terms as
clerk of the House qualifies me, to
somo extent, to make you a more
dicnt Representative, than when I
first served you without any know),
edgo whatever of practical lcgislativo
If you honor me again I shall
strive to tnako you an honest and
faithful member; striving to make
laws fair and equitable alike to all.
And endeavor at all times to reflect
tho will of my pcoplo on all questions
of public interest.
I shall stand for temperance and
I shall stand for a law that will
stop "blind tiger" and "boot logger"
from invading our territory,
which by our votes wo have said
shall be dry, and vending his vile
poison tn our youth, thereby disturb,
ing the peace and tranquility of
neighborhoods, and religious and
other lawfal assemblies, even if it
takes the prison stripes to do it.
I feel that the present Trustoc
law and school system passed by tho
last Goneral assembly is unjust, unfair
and unsuited lo the requirements
of our people: therefore, if elected I
shall vote and work for its repeal.
1 stand for laws that shall bo respected
by all classes alike; bclioving
that law and order can only be maintained
by a fair and impartial administration
of the laws of the land.
If you can give rae your support,
1 shall appreciate it, and eideavor
to give yon no cause for regret at
having dona so.
I am yaar obedient servant,
Mario F. Poodx.
On and after Sept., 15th. you
oan buy steak at 10 cents and roast
from 0 to 8 cents per pound, but
will sell for cash only.
Thanking you for past patronage
and fair treatment, hope you will
All parties knowing themselves
indebted to me for meal, will pleaso
oall and settle same. Yours truly,
11. H. Kkmp.
Go With A Rush.
The demand for that wonderful
Stomach, Liver and Kidney cure, Dr.
King's Now Life Pills is astounding
Jas. II. Orme and Haynes & Taylor
say they never saw tho like. Its because
they never fail to cure Sour
Stomach, Constipation, Indigestion,
Biliousness, Jaundice, Sick Headache
ChilU and Malaria. Only 25 cents.
Also Large Stock of Eleotric Light
Street Railway and Telephone Supplies
Constantly on Hand,
Send for Catalogue No. 7.
Jas. Clark Jr., Electric Co moan,
313 W MinSt, Lutsvillo' Ky
F. W. NUNN
Suito 8, 4 Beehive Block
Marion, - Kentucky
All work guaranteed. If any
work proves unsatisfactory, please
oall at my office at once.
3r. M. Ravdin.
Practico Limited to Diseases
and Defects of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Ichel Block Cor. 3rd and
Main Glasses fftted.
KVANSV1LLK - INDIANA
A Hurry Up Call,
Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick! A box
of Bucklen'n Arnica Salve Here's a
quarter -For the love of Moses, hurry!
Dnbv'n burned himself, terribly John-
kCie cut his foot with the axe Mama's
Fa can't walk from piles
ItGllie has boils and my coma ache,
nice p;ot it and cured all the family.
Is tie Rreatcut healer on earth. Sold
byJas. H. Orme and Haynes & Taylor
T. I). Kingston, the I'hotographcr
will be in Tolu, two weeks from the
21st. of Sept., until Oct., 5th.
Satisfaction given on all work except
penny work, which is 25 cents
forcaoh sitting, picture or no picture.
T. D. Kinobtox.
The Road to Success
has many obstructions, but none so desperate
as poor health. Success today
demands health, but Electric Bitters is
the greatest health builder the world
has ever known. It compels perfect
action of stomach, liver, kidneys bowels,
purifies and enriches the blood,
and tones and invigorates the whole
system. Vigorous body and keen brain
follow their use. You can't afToro to
slight Electric Bitters if weak, rundown
or sick. Only 50c. Guaranteed
SoldbyJ.H. Orme and Haynes & Taylor
J. B. KEVIL.
Abstracting a Specialty
OSco in Press Building, Room 5
A good farm, seven miles north of
Marion, on tho waters of Crooked
Creek, in Crittenden County, containing
315 acres, 200 acres of which
is in a high state of cultivation.
About half this farm is bottom land
and produces well. All
in good repair, consisting
of a four room house, three stock
barns 40x40 feet, three lasting wells
and one lasting spring, affording alr
the water needed, two tenement
honses, an orchard of two hundred
Will sell on reasonable terms. It
is an ideal stock farm. Address,
, J. K. DEAN,
Route No. 4, Marion, Ky.
Don't fail to go in to seo tho new
goods at Taylor & Cannan's.
The firm of J. V. Haydon & Co.,
fo Salem, Kentucky, having dip.
polvcd partnership and wishing to
wind up all outstanding business of
said firm, nave placed our notes and
accounts in the hands of T. C.
Vtarpending for settlement.
All those knowing themselves in
dobted to us, will savo troable and
oast by a prompt settlement.
J. V. Haydkn & Co,
Salem, Ky., Sept. 3d., 1909.
Remedies are Needed
Were we perfect, which we are not, medicine would
sot oftea be needed. But since our systems have
weakened, impaired and brokea down through
indiscretiona which have tone oa from the early afes,
throu(h countless generations, remedies are seeded to
aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise
acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat of stomach
weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there is
nothing so good aa Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical
ery, a glyceric compound, extracted from
inal roots sold for over forty years with great satisfaction to fill users. For
Weak Stomach, Bilioume, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating.
Heartburn, Dad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal
Derangements, the "Discovery" is a time-proven and most efficient remedy.
The genuine has on Its
outside wrapper the
You can'talTord to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this
holic. medicine op known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may
thereby make o little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and
bowels. tiny granules, eaty to take as candy.
Who are Up and Doing and Working For the
Best Interest of Crittenden county
and All Therein.
We had a fine rain last week.
Sunday School was a failure last
Sunday nevertheless Curt Hardin
was on hands, him and Miss Gussie
McGrew were the guests of Jose
Hammond and family Sunday.
Few people breaking wheat land
since the rain.
George Thompson is on the sick
list at present.
Mrs. Lizzie Lear viritcd Jose
Hammond and family Saturday night.
The Colon cchool is progressing
nicely with Miss Tinnie Wheeler as
J. S. Mooie and family visited
Mrs. Hardin last Sunday.
J. Stone and wife visited Mrs.
FUdary and family, of Lola, last
A gay party of young people
a delightful trip up the Ohio
river on the "OIlic" Sunday evonintr.
The partv was composed of Mr. and
Mrs L. K. Guess, Misses Gussie
McGrew, Ruth Guess, Mary Hammond,
Ryrd Stephenson and Katie
Hammond. Messrs. Warren Guess,
Foster Brown, Herman Lowcry,
Pcyt Shepherd and Roy Thompson.
Min Elva Roberts is teaching a
successful school at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stephenson
visited Mrs. G. J. Hamilton Sunday.
Byron Woolfe left Sunday for
Bcrea, where he will attend sohool.
Rev. Charles Lear returned home
Saturday from Gibson, Tenn.
Peyt and Jaok Shepherd, Foster
Brown and Corbott Tabor attended
the show at Marion Friday.
Mrs. Belle Bakor, who has been
visiting her sistor, Mrs. Dave Mantz,
left Sunday for Carrsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnctt Moore delightfully
entertained a fow of their
friends last weok.
ltov. and Mrs, Robert Johnson
have ohristincd thoir little daughter,
A gay party enjoyed a trip to the
'Island watermelon patch" the other
Health is good in this community.
Stock water is getting scarce with
many of the farmers in this vicinity.
T. A Enoch and wife visited in
Robert Belt, of , the Sheridan
neighborhood, visited J. U. G. Cleg-
horn and family Sunday.
J. M. Ford was in Weston Tuesday.
Al Dean has recently madesovcral
shipments of fine registered sheep.
Lester and W. T. Terry aro expecting
the Cook Daughtcry & Co.,
thresher to thresh their pea crop.
J. M. Ford is building a fine residence
on hiB farm. He lias completed
basement, and has most of the
walls for the first and second floors
Miss Minnie Corloy visited friends
in this vicinity Sunday.
W. G. Codditt is building an ad
dition to his residence.
The ice cream supper at our school
house last Saturday night, was enjoyed
by all who wcro present.
John Vaughn, tho road overseer,
is putting in somo good strokes on
his road this week.
We have lately learnod that Enoch
Belt has purchased the Crowe plaoo,
where Riley Roland now lives. Wo
are sorry indeed to know that Mr.
Roland must leave our midst, and
we hope he will not move far.
Several farmers, of this neighborhood,
aro making molasses, and
everyone is having a 'sweet time."
All of us are wishing the new
Editor, of tho Record-Press muoh
success with his paper.
Night Oil Bald Mountain
On a lonely night Alex Benton, of
Fort Edward, New York., climbed
Bald Monntain to the home of a
neighbor, tortured by Asthma, bent on
curing him with Dr. King's New Discovers,
that had cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine soon
releivcd and quickly cured his neighbor
Later it cured his son's wife of severe
lung trouble. Millions believe its the
greeteBt Throat and lung eure on earth
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemerhagea and
Sore Lungs are Burely oured by it.
Best for Hay Fever, Grip and Whooping
Cough. 60c and 1.00. Trial bottlo
free. Guaranteed by Jas. Ormp and
Haynes & 1 ay lor.
144 acres of land, 10 miles Northwest
of Marion on tho Fords Forry
Road. 5 room house, cellar, cistern,
orchard, Barn 38x48 ft. 35 acre in
gras, 40 in timber. D. J. Ukkkm.
Notice ti Famers.
1 will have a ear load of High
Grade Wheat Fertilizer at Fredonia
about the 17th of this aooatb.
R. F. WHKELKR.
Columbia Kleotrio Lamp Globes,
best made.. On sale at Postal Tole.
graph Cable Office.