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Motors are moroconvienient
and as economical, all things
considered as any motive
power known. Ask us for
particulars as 16 operating
your mill or any machinery.
Kan season is here.
We have a large variety.
Ask for prices.
JAMES CLARK. Jr., ELECTRIC COMPANY,
INI Oil IM)UATi:it
520 West Main St. LOUISVILLE, KV
EVERYBODY WHO IS INTERESTED;
In building new things or repairing old ones
whore the best place
seems to want to know
is to buy.
operating saw mills
We are manufacturers
and plninimr mills in Padticah, Kentucky and
When you get ready to buv building
or mill work of any kind, store front?,
store fixtures, stairways, cabinet work of all
kinds, write us direct and we will quote you
manufacturers price. In this
the very best
way you save the dealer's profit and the commission
man's commission and get the
as it is graded by the manufacturer and
not after it has been regraded. in some in-stances,
two or three times by the dealer.
Wo have no agents or commission men.
therefore we appeal to the consumer direct
for his business, guaranteeing goods and workmanship
according to order. Write or phone
your order. iMvill have prompt attention.
Sherrill-Russell Lumber Company
n , . Kentucky
cw the home of A. Woodall Satur
! , day, Sept. 7th, and was buried
r.'at Marion, the following Sunday.
J; C Shirley, of Effingham, III.,
fb is transferring some bees for the
c& boys here, into a new kind of
ci i bee hive.,
G Joe Hell, of near Dycusburg,
cfr is at the home of his son,
tier, for a few days.
I Will Adams and family and
If Mrs. Stovall attended the burial
fc of .las. Paris at Pleasant Hill.
li Leslie Elder and wife visited
j Dash Kemp at Marion, Sunday,
ii Geo. Newbell and family were
Ik guests of Ed NewbeH last week.
V Dick Cruce and wife went to
it the Mammoth Cave last week,
ik I Mrs. Ed Dalon, of near Dy-a
cusburg, was tl e guest of Wm.
14 iMKins last wcck
SENATOR CUMMINS' POSITION
The following is an extract from a signed statement issued
by Senator Cummins which explains to some degree his
position as t Presidential Candidates. His statement
Hut i.'.s ia not all. The indefensible as it ij, was
not to overcame the adverse majority in the Republican
states and therefore the complaisant committee, and
following them the convention deliberately seated Taft delegates
from Washington, California, Arizona and Texas,
who had no shadow of title to scats in the convention. I
speak of these states because I have examined the record
as to them and have readied a conclusion after the most
careful study and reflection. And thus the will of a tremendous
majority was defeated by the power of a bad system
and the machinations of a committee.
I take no pleasure in reciting these things, for I would
like to support a Republican candidate for president. There
is but one way, however, to make sure that the system of
the Chicago convention will be abolished and its scenes
never repeated, and that is to make it plain that the candidate
who is the product.of the system and the beneficiary
.if the methods can not reach the ollice to which he aspires.
Therefore, 1 cannot support Mr. Taft.
In so saying I am all the more a Republican for it is clear
to me that the existence of the party depends upon a quick
and emphatic condemnation of the wrongs I have mentioned,
and I am in perfect harmonv with the declaration of the
Iowa Republican platform.
The reason the Republicans were so largely against the
renomination of Mr. Taft was their profound conviction
that he is not a progressive and does not believe in a proper
sense that the people should rule the country. The fact
that this was the attitude of the vast majority of the Republicans
proves to me conclusively that a new party is
unnecessary, untimely and unfortunate. I fear that it will
retard rather than hasten reform. Toeodore Roosevelt was
the manifest choice of the greater number of Republicans
who expressed a choice for president. He is appealing to
the moral and progressive forces of the people, and I expect
to vote for him; but it must be understood that I will do so
protesting against the organization of a new party and
with some of the doctrines of the platform. My
Note for him will indicate that I believe he desires to promote
the common welfare, but will not indicate that I look
upon the new party as a wise or enduring movement in
public alfairs. - Marion News.
Mat WaddelPs house cauirht
fire Saturday, but was put out
b the ne'ghbors.
Presbytery will meet at Crayne
the first Tuesday in Oct. and
will be followed with protracted
Frank Adams expects to take
in the Nashville fair this week.
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On tlie 1st and 3rd Tuesday
of each month the (aiei ate
txtrj low and allow stop
oen free and 25 dai time-Ma
Cotton Belt Route to
The Coiton Belt Route Is the
Jtreet line from Memphis, to
'lexas, through Arkansas
two splendid trains dally, with
parlor-cafe cars Trains from
all parts of the Southeast make
direct connection at Memphis
niih Cotton Hell Koutetrains
to the Southwest.
Write to me today
I will tell you exact fare
from your town, schedule,
and send you splendid
illustrated books of
farm facts about Arkansas
L. C. BARRY,
Trittliaf Pwm" Aitit
83 Todd Building
- i AH yr TouHit HT
Ticket, alio Ha
' taU Dilrtocr. C
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Road Would Not Advertise:
A train, supposed to be one of
which there were faint whispers
,,.,iiii run tn Fulton durimr the
fair, passed throug Arlington
Tuesday morning about G;15
o'clock. We could not see a passenger
on board and there was
no one at the station here to go,
notwithstand there were many
people in Arlington who wanted
to attend the fair, but on account
of the railroad's failing to advertise
they would run a train,
wiser until it
no one was any
pulled in. just a wee bit too late,
or too "earlv" for people to get
aboard. -Arlington Courier.
Rnware of Ointments for
i Catarrh That Contain Mercury
nt smell nnil
Ull ""'."."",,.;. "":' frnm
5L". ?Sr"A l, mnnllf hPturo.1 by
ivwiri -"p ' Toledo. O. cont
TTnn rTITIiBT '1W
Married in Henderson.
Miss Alice Griffith, of this city,
and Mr. J. P.
lin. Mo., were married in Hen
derson Wednesday afternoon,
the ceremony beingjperformed
by Rev. J. B. Adams of the
Methodist Church South.
The wedding came in the nature
of a surprise to the bride's
many friends in this city, as they
were not expecting so important
a haneninc in the near future.
Mrs. Hatcher is a well known
of the Louisville conference
the Methodist Church South.
Sold only by J. H. Orme.
Road Engineers Wanted.
Applicants Take Notice.
Under the new road
destroy the scnaa - j
will surely. - overseer
lira wi" unvv v
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Mcrn wiiim; s ""',' '. n; .ished ana it win oe necessary io
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Wo;,U S: Cheneys Co. Tes.
lTn bv SrUBRlst.. Trico T3c per bottle.
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All persops who desire to av
For Poison Blood
Purifies the Blood, Cleanses the Liver,
Clears the S!:in, Strengthens the Nerves,
Increases the appetite. For Catarrh,
JVIUIUIU, OUUIUIUU3 HUlIlUrS, VJIkUIS,
Humors and Pimples on the Face, Constipation, Headache,
Pains in the Back, and ail Blood diseases from any cause.
Tor Chills & Fever
Of all scientific Chill, Malaria and AtftHJ
cures, "CH I L-LAX" is the world's great
est. Absolutely sure, safe and harmless to
.Ka vcsn talslntt if rt est ovlrnmnlv fatal
to the malaria germ that in most cases h drives the poison
entirely out of the system in 3 days. A Mild Family Laxative
The New Discovery
For RHEUMATISM' and GOUT, deep,
seated and apparently hopeless cases, any
age or condition. Used by Specialists in
every quarter of the Ulobc. f leasant to tak
Don't waste time with compounds, cure-alls and liniments
W... .7.. DUDttutVicu DDunnvi rpa
EbNBT FLUSH. I Mdoaraad Bladder DimotmI $1X0
Total vafcM JS.00
Care Your Kidnevs
For Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Disease,
which, if neglected, often leads to Bright!
Disease. KIDNEY FLUSH is a safe, speedy
KIDNEY trouble, possessing a wonderful antiseptic power
Sntinahowml 2kg Company,
5ort Smith, jlrh., 71. S. 3L.
F1MrMitl.80 far wMe mod wu the abo oxMteoed BJX) wq
MMBDtBS. (All Cbvtx Pnpld
lklL.IrJI3f iror xw lunovmv irom mr nvi .
CHI L-LAX, IPor Chillt. MJrU, Ftver. Au $1.00
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, CVT TH OITT AND MAB. TO CS
A TEXAS WONDER , Fly Plague Kills Cows.
The Tame Wnnder numc klrinpv ind Wnrrensburcr. Mo.. Sent. 17.
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sept,, 19, 1912. THE CKI.TTENDEW PAGE THREE
o Uncle Andy Rushing died at
!,jj.rjroubles,removing gravel, cures A plague of flies is sweeping
riatcner, ot Jop-... bet euk and lame back v rheu. UU1J1IOUU conntv. and the wmi
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mausm ana au irreguianuea oi uie ( jng of an,mais j3 8UCh that It 18
kidneys and bladder in both men anc I . .
d them usele8a.
women. Regulates bladder troubles , "hj ....
in children. If not sold bv your drug-' Many dairymen nave lostine en-
?.i8K wi'' be 8en.t. l)y.mai.1 .n re;e'PK of. tirenroduct of their herds on ac
Sl.uu. une small doi tie is iwo monms
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treatment, and seldom fails to perfect count of the COWS fretted by the
.curei ?und !! tt8VmoJ?ia,l? TT' flies, growing poor and dry.
this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, i ' " . r ., . . ,
9)2fl on Btrppt. st. Louis. Mo. Sold Others are taking their animal"
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Doomed to Prison life.
and popular young lady and hasj Litchfield, Ky. Sep. 16. Bird
many friends who wish her Skaggs, 48, who has spent half
happiness. She spent several i his life in confinement in the
vo.nrs n; n missionarv in a for- ctntp nrisnn. has iuat been
eign field under the auspicies of tenced to spend the remainder
there. This latest sentence,
which is his fourth, follows his ,
itfr. Hatcher is a mining ex- conviction on the change of
pert and is employed at the Mem-. house breaking. He was
mines, in this county. Al- ( doned two years ago while
though he has oeen nere oniy a mg a hie sentence.
few months, he has a great number
of friends, who are congratulating
him upon winning so
charming a helpmate. Marion
PILES! PILES! PILES!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
It absorbs the tumors, allays itching
nt once, acts as a poultice, gives instant
relief. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment is prepared for Piles and
itching of the private parts. Druggists,
mail 50c and $1.00. Williams
Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. O.
Few. if any. medicines, have met
i with the uniform success that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea
which it has effected in almost every
neighborhood have given it a wide reputation.
For sale by all dealers, s
A Human Ostrich.
Chicago, September 17. John
Mortimer is a human ostritch.
He became violently ill and the
physician operated for appendicitis,
The following articles
were recovered: one silver dollar,
six screws, nineteen jack knives,
five knife blades. Mortimer is
36 years old. He began swallowing
hardware 18 years ago to
win bets. He will recover.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY.
contntns no. ' cives instant relief and an absolute
ply for this office should procure . CUre in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis
a certificate of qualilication
the State Road Commission and parkaRe by mail io cents.
ni,nmn ttrSfU lioii nnnliontion .Williams M'f'p.. Co., Props. Cleve
file same with then application, j Qh goW on, by j u 0rme
J. W. Blue, jr. Co, Judge.
from the pastures and placing t
them in screened names to protect
them from the flies. It is
almost impossible to use teams
unprotected in the fields on ac
count of the swarms of the insects
which attack them.
DRILLED WELLS FOR ALL
Any one needing drilled wells
for any and all purposes
or your coal land
tested. Write or
Long Distance Phone No. 7-3
Can bring good
J. T. Eddings,
Clay, - Kentucky.
It used to be her bathing suit
Took up small space and flat
But the stuff for her hobble skirt
Takes less than half of that.
Cobourn's Minstrels, one
night only, Thursday Sep 20
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