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PAGE TWO THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS SIPT, 19 1912
causes heartburn, sour
nausea, impure blood, and
more trouble than many
different kinds of ri.c nses.
The food you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are absorbed
into your whole
system, causing many distressing
symptoms. At the
first sign of indigestion, try
the old, reliable, vegetable
liver powder, to quickly
cleanse your system from
these undesirable poisons.
Mrs. Riley Laramore, of
Goodwater, Mo., says: "I
suffered for years from dyspepsia
and heartburn. Thedford's
Black-Draught, in small doses,
cured my heartburn in a few
days, ancf now I can cat without
distress." Try it.
Insist on Thedford's
A Frightful Thought
Mrs. Walback (on first ocean Toy
ago) John, I Just heard a man say
that if this boat was put up on end
It would bo higher than tho Washington
monument. If they're going to
Ho anything like that wo better get
right oftl Puck.
Uncle Ezra Says-
"It don't take moro'n a Rill uv tfTort
to pit folks into a peck uv trouble'
ard n little neglect of constipation'
biliousness, indigestion or other liver
dcranfrement will do the same If ail-
irjr. t. Mr hings New Life Pill
for q.! lt.'uiU. Easy, safe, sore,
and only 25 cents at Hajnes & Taylor's
and J. H. Orme's. s
Six Hundred Hens Compete.
London. Commencing- October
1G, 500 hens will start nut to
beat all records in the way of egg
laving during the twelve months
following. The contest which
has been organized by the Utility
Poultry club, will be pulled off
at Newport. Shropshire, Eng.,
and valuable prizes and medals
are offered. Points will be given
for numbers and weight of
eggs and the hens are warned
that anything less than 1 1-2 oz
will not be counted.
Will Be in Effect
During the Month of
To the Following Points:
New York City.
NiagraFall, N Y
For tickets and particulars
G. H. BOWER,
General Pass. Agent,
WON'T SUPPORT TAFT.
Governor McGovem, of Wisconsin,
Refuses to Say Who He
Mihvaulkee, Wis., Sept. M.
Gov. Francis E. McGovern today
denied a report that he
would support President Taft
according to n statement
published here. At the
same the time the Governor re
fused to discuss the political
situation and would not commit
himself as to whom he wouid
Leading supporters of President
Taft have stated that unless
McGovern throws his support to
the President a new Republican
candidate for Governor will be
placed on the ballot by petition.
WILLIAMS' KIUNEY PILLS.
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have pains in
loins, side, back and bladder? Have
you n tlabby appearance of the face,
and under the eves? A frequent desire
to pass urine? If so, Williams'
Kidney Pills will cure you Drupjjist
Price 50 cents. -Williams MTg.. Co.,
Cleveland. Ohio. Sold only by J. H.
Orme, Marion, Kv
A Timely Admoition.
The widower had just taken
his fourth wife and was showing
her around the village. Among
the places visited was the church
yard and the bride paused before
a very elaborate tombstone that
had been erected bv the bridegroom.
Being n little near-sighted,
she asked him to read the
inscriptions, and in reverent
tones he read:
"Here lie? Susan, beloved wife
of John Smith, and Jane, beloved
wife of John Smith, and Mary
beloved wife of John Smith.'
He paused abruptly and the
bride, leaning forward to see the
bottom line, read to her terror:
"Be ye also ready." National
Many Urlvon from Home. '
Every year, in many parts of the J
country, thousands are iri?en from I
their homes by coughs and lung
Friends and business are left
behind for other climates, but this is
costly and not always sure. A better
way the way of multitudes -is to use
Dr. King's New Discovery and cure
youreolf at home Stay right there,
with your friends, and take this safe
medicine. Throat and lung troubles
find quick relief and health returns.
Its help in coughs, colds, grip, crjup,
whooping cough and sore lungs make
ft fl lintiltivn lilnuoinfr Kli n.tnto n..l
Will See Total Eclipse.
total eclipse of the sun, which
will be visible near Rio de Janeiro
on Oct. 10 next, will be witnessed
by eight parties of foreign
astronomers from Europe
and South America. American
Ambassador Dudley has expressed
to the state department the
hope that the American, institutions
will be represented. Ex.
Tlic Men Willi Succeed
as heads of large enterprises are men
of great energy. Success, to-day, de-
iiiuiiua ju un 13 lu jail, US
utter folly for a man to endure a
weak, run-down, half alive condition
when Electric Bitters will put him
right on his feet in short order. "Four
bottles did me more real good than any
rttlinr trmflitinn F nimt ttrf " n!(t.
ply to I. C. R. R. ticket agent at j Chas. B. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After
ycur station, or
years of suffering with rheumatism,
liver trouble, stomacfi disorders nnd
deranged kidneys, I am again, thanks
to Electric Bitters, sound and well."
Try them. Only 60 cents at Haynes &
Taylor's and J. H. Orme's. s
If I Knew.
If I knew the box where the
smiles are kept
No matter how large the key
Or strong the bolt, J would try
T'would open I know, for me.
Then over the land and sea
I'd scatter the smiles to play,
That the children's faces might
hold them fast,
For many and many a day.
If I knew a box that was large
To hold all the frowns I meet,
I would try to gather them, ev
From nursery, school and street.
Then folding and holding, I'd
pack them in
And turn the monster key:
I'd hire a giant to drop the box
To the depths of the deep, deep
$10i. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed i the lowest and S5,950 for the
by Haynes & Taylor and J. H. Orme. highest. These papers, It !S
Marries Woman Who
Weighs 660 Pounds.
New York, Sept.
Alpin Blitch, weight G60 pounds,
was married in Brooklyn to Louis
H. Aiken. The blushing bride,
who wore 30 yards of pnle blue
silk for a dress and a 14-inch
hracejet, was supplied by the
groom with a wedding ring of
the size of a napkin ring.
WHAT MAKES A POPULAR BANK?
Courtesy, first, last and all the time.
An intelligent interest in the success of its Depositors.
Convenient quarters for the use of its patrons and friends.
Such liberality as is consistent with sound conservative
Ample facilities to meet the demands of the community
in which it is located.
A willingness to reasonably accommodate the legitimate
enterprises of the county.
Marion Bank of Marion, Ky.
has all of these Requisites and is seeking
your friendship, deposits and other busiaeu
Capital, Surplus &. Profits $45,G70.28
We art designate! a U. S. Government Depository.
tfLl'E. PrWrnt, SAM
J. V. HAYDEN,
COST OF ADVEKTIS
A single page in a single issue
of the Century for Advertiisng
costs $500; in Harper's $400: in
other prominent magizines from
$350 to $100; a yearly advertisement
of one column in the Chicago
Tribune costs $2G,000; in tho
New York Tribune, $19,000 for
said are never at a loss for advertising
to fill their columns.
These figures will doubtless be
of interest to the men who invest
ten dollars with the idea
that he is a liberal advertiser.
PADUCAH BANKER'S TESTIMONY
UOR the buneflt of any f my
fnendd and acquaintance who
may be afflicted with Kidney or Liser
trouble, I state that I have fo.m.l n
Hays' Specific an efficient rem d and,
I believe, a Knnanent cure for m If.
for anme time I u'fll ii sufferer tro:n a
-- - -- - -
disorder of those organs and final. v re- j
sorted to Hays' Specific. It is with
no dotcree of prido that I permit my
name to be used to promote the interest
of the manufacture of this n metiy,
but thit it may be of some hen fit H
my friends. S.B.HUGHES,
I'res't. City National Bank,
Do Not Spoil Your Boys.
Mothers should not make the
mistake of waiting on their sons
"hand and foot," as the saying
is, and thus spoil them as husbands
for their future wives.
Soinany mothers do this, with
the mistaken idea that it is the
best method of showing their
love for their children, but after
observing the failure of numerous
examples of this plan of upbringing,
I have come to believe
it not only harmful, but extremely
There ii such a thing as over
kindness, and a boy does not
1 think more of the mother whom
Silk Plus Gasoline.
A woman and her home were
burned up recently in Springfield
Mass., though ignorance of the
quite commonly known pair of
facts that gasoline loft open will
quickly (111 n closed room with a
gas sometimes more dangerous
than gunpowder and that by rub-
bing silk, one may pre (luce static
elictricity, in other words, a
The woman left a silk waist
soaking in gasoline in a bowl in
a bathroom to clean it. After a
time she went back and began
rubbing the silk between her
hands, producing a spark which
ignited gasoline fumes and blew
up the place. Had she only
known but what's the u s e?
Sometimes it is ignorance. At
other times it is thoughtlessness
or carelessness. The resulting
fatality is the same.
.l (JENHKJM. View Prandvnt,
2nd Vife President,
! WOODS, Asttstant Cashier
he finds so willing to stifle his
complaints with caresses, and so
quick to do his every bidding.
Such servitude is rnrely appreciated,
but rather tends to
belittle the mother in the eyes
of her son, at the same 'time
making him exacting, selfish,
and hard to please.
She should teach him to appreciate
the fact that there js
nothing 'sissy" or girlish in being
considerate to his mother,
for in no othor way will she be
so able to inspire and retain his
love and respect. Housekeeper.
We Have It!
Made in Shinnies end in Roll
njiiq' 9 iiiiininuiiimn m
,u o.-A," ,r
The Big Money Saver
The farmer who does not use
Ready Hoofing is wasting money.
When buying Roofing, you should
consider these two pointsquality
and price. Certain-teed Roofing
means Quality Certified and Durability
Guaranteed & better Roofing
for less money fully guaranteed
or 15 years.
One trial will convince you.
There are millions of rolls of
Certain-teed Rubber Roofing in
use today. It is made in Rubber
Shingles as well as Rolls.
Pay us a visit at your earliest
convenience examine this wonderfully
durable Roofing for yourself
and get our lowest prices. You
will find the quality and price richt.
At least investigate.
ITS" RAID IN
Ciuce Watches S.alc Enforcement
Osficers as T.iey Battered Down
Doors of Illegal Saloons.
Oklahoma City, Sep. 11. Gov.
Cruce. formerly 6f Marion, Ky.,
acting in tho capacity of aide-camp
to Suite Enforcement Officer
V. J. Cnudill, was a silent,
smiling watcher one night recently
while Cnudill and two of
his deputy raiders
ten "boot-legging" joints
in Oklahoma City. The Governor
went the rounds nnd learned
the methods of the officers for
two hours and went home satis
fied witn what his friends have
termed his first "toot."
Doors were smashed with n
sledge hammer and with that
weapon entrances to joints were
secured through frame walls.
Cnudill and one of his men took
turns about forcing their way
inio i no places, ine uovernor
never balked and stood nma.ed
as barrels of beer and thousands
of dollars worth of gambling
paraphernalia were brought to
"You don't seem to bo doing
much business hero tonight," he
remarked to n mnn behind the
velvet in one of the largest
"No, business ain't very
good," said the man white with
: right while Che man with the
stodge hammer stood before hm.
"If I didn't do any mor' business
than you are doing. I'd close
up," smiled the governor.
What tin1 Governor lean eJ
boot "Loot-lagging" joints ,.i a
prohibition state wa told hi ,.
detail next day, in hi
private office behind closed floors
to AsAJitant Attorney General
Davenport, and what he t .1 ,
Davenport to do inny be echoed
tolerably loud over the cit i, ..
few da. For the Governor announced
when he went inioofl'.ce
thnt if the legally constituted au
thorities did notetifuieu the :,.v ..
he would know the reason why.
Caudill returned from a tour of
tie state a few days ago and announced
that the urohihition law
wns being pretty well enforced
every where except in Oklahoma
City. He said since the law al
lows him no deputies on jxty he
could not cope with the situation
here. Gov. Cruce hoard of that
and the raid was arranged for.
The first joint visited was a
large one on lirondway. It took
five minutes to gain admission
j for the bootleggers are shrewd
in the matter of barricadiiiK
I their front doors. Not a man
jwawin the building and theri
wan- booze in sight when
the party entered. But n big
ba v.a? dam) on top nnd
curls i'' ei sm re in thp mm
lef' i' iiiit.deis of tho retreating
host, whose footsteps had been
"It sounded !.': a he'd of
stampeded cattle gdng down
thuse steps,", said Caudilf. "I
am satisfied that some of then
At another place the raid, -s
heard noises in the room thai
sounded like the clinking of
glasses the 'shuffling of ca?d
and the clicking of poker chips.
Caudill rapped on the door. It
When the raiders entered the
place was vacated but a few bottles
of whiskey were left. Cau-dill
made a search behind the
b'ir and while there a man considerably
under tho influence of
up nnd wantcj
"All right, sir," said Cau
"she's fifty cents a pint."
The man began to swear ai j
said he iust wanted a dm
Then he looked around and s , ,'
a tall man in a black suit ni.
white necktie and broad-brim .i.
ed hat standing near. He reo
nixed the man as Governor Cr-.P,
"God! tho Governor,"
shouted nnd bolted for the d...-
spn 1 1
throughout tho city that the (J i,
ernor was out on a milling ov.
pedition. When tho raiders er.
tered another place probably a
hundred men stood outside tl, .
door nnd cheered them .-..,. i
about the time tho tenth ..i ....
had been entered tho crowd was
estimated at 500. This was t,
much for the governor, who is a
modest man and too sincere ',
go into a deal like that for th..
sake of notoriety. So he resiM,
eu from the staff of the rai r
and went home. He had g,.tt.
hi. nisi mum mi inu iniormi' i
necessary for the prnsccut
men charged with violntit k .
The governor has been
jectcd to considerable mt ,
for going out in a common , ;
but lie cares little for ei t
when ho is conscious he is .
ii. ............ .i.j i.
"" inujier lie K a
vout Christian, an eld
Presbyterian Church, n
tionist at heart and from i
Nothing has hapi" ed u,
Inhomn since the mi.int .
territories into statehoud
had as itn concotnttai t a v
onnl prohibitum .if the s .
liquor that has pit M-eh a
er on the "btlvi." is
Oklahoma Cit th. i h
has bte.i mteir.ed w ". I. .
by the city an J v m r
It is mated that .,, li' -made
$.'m),000 in pc it-,
the sale of liquors an i .
operation of a gambling
since statehood wan att i
Tne govt rnor ma go to t!
tent of calling out th Star
litin to close, the joints of
For Sale At A Bargnin.
One yearling mare mule.
one two year-old horse e!
have no place to keep thin
and will .ell cheap.
s!2tf Henn IW
SAYS L & N. WILL
Texas Railroad Commissioner D
dares He Has Advices Confirn.
ing Reported Deal,
. Austin. Tex.. Sept. 1!. v
son Mayfield. chairman of
State Kailnad Coniiniisi"!
day said hi had ad pes .
Cotton Belt railway t ilieinls
firming the report that '
TtufaviHe & Nashville is .
. i ...
r :u. tiii.M,.'einenw to bu
Cotton !:elt and that when
:'t ctors of the former i .. 1
meet in New ork. They v '
close the deal and authon. ..
bond issue of from $.0,0)i,i"f
to $00,000,000 to carry it our
The Cotton Holt and L. & N
connect at St. Louis, nnd wink
the cotton Holt is a Gould hn.
it is regarded as operating in-
was not tlic ran that reauhir Mnnnn,in., r ,.i... r..i.i i
customers of the place g i v e This system is composed of the
when they want to go in. Tho following branches. Stephens-men
inside became silent. North and South Texas
dill ordered the door openo d. " Pine B.ufT & Arkansas Kiver,
His order was not obey ed. Bang! Pnragould & Southwestern, East-went
the sledge hammer against ern Texas raihvav. St. Louis &
bouthw. r.i and St. Louis
Southwestern of Texas. The
mileage of the system is 1,S0D
It is authoratively reported that
after tho road is transferal, the
Cotton Holt will bo extended tho
Gulf, west of Now Orleans.