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The Trials 01 A Travolfir.
"I am a traveling salesman, " write?
E. E. Youngs. E. Berkshire, Vt.,
"and was often troubled with constipation
and indigestion till I begin to
use Dr. King's New Life Pills, which
I have found an excellent remedy."
For all stomach, liver or kidney
there is nothing better. Only 2o
cents at Haynes & Taylor's and J II
Ortne's. .''29 5t
U LOOM INT, HO.-H
(Delayed from last week.)
Herschel Franklin visited his
parents Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Sallie Watson and daughter,
spent Friday with Mrs. D.
A. C. Barnes spent Saturday
and Sunday in Marion.
Miss Ntttie Vaughn hfs returned
home from Smithland.
where she has been for Lie past
few da s.
Miv. Uertie ilength spent
with Mrs. Cortla Mitchei
and attended church at Oakland.
Frank Singleton and familx
were guests of her patents Saturday
Hinges went to Marion
Mis Eva Croft visited her
unc', Jim Croft, of Pleasant
and Mrs. Hen Johnonand
larry, spent Sunday with
irents, Mr. and Mrs.
. Malcom has gone to Pa-to
see her daughter, Mrs.
.Valson, who has been sick
"hello girl," of Lola,
Sunday with her brother,
Arc Ever Al War.
e are two things everlastingly
. joy nnd piles. But Bucklen's
Salve will banish piles. It scon
s the itching, irritation,
swelling. It gives comfort,
joy. Greatest healer of burns,
ulcers, cuts, bruises, eczema,
, skin eruptions Only 25cents
iynes & Taylor's and J. H.
3. a29 5t
ah Girl to Spend
Year in Rome.
Ti following item from the
Pnrir -ah -News Democrat will interest
people here who remember
Miss Emma Ellis, daughter
of W. C. Ellis, who visited here
quite often, during her girlhood.
She married Dr. Frank Boyd of
Paducah and died soon after,
lenving a daughter Emma Ellis
Her daughter, now
ii to womanhood is to spend
r in Rome.
iss Emma Boyd will leave
tter part of the month for
York to join a party sailing
her 1, for Rome, Italy,
where she will spend a jear at
t''e school of Miss Moxley.
Mips Boyd is one of the" most
f lingr of the girls of the
.;er set and is of
..., oHlliant promise."
r c v THE CPTTTENDFN
H w sfit ,19 191
Value 'of education.
l IM ITIiUARh l- TRLTiHAtJ.
'itM .iliil l i 'Idl need t!)
I ! ii" n I ilieiciliol l
' ill- it i'(i' .1' 1 nt I'ic piii
1, 'i Hiiniifli I'tein education
I r siii M 1 evident that
,' ;). 11 .it M nullum In the
I i 1 1 nil .. 4 w en t m;Iiiu Willi
1!.. It il f 'C'x tl" UlUH 1(1 the
iiii.iiin - lti wlurh iiierciilols Is
coiuiniinlcati'M ti tut the simple
measures necesnr for their
prelection tint onlj mitrtit e
rettsoimlil.t e.pect as illivi'i result
of this knowledge 11 gre.it
diminution In tlu death rate of
tin tINe isc, hut tin" people would
Boon demand mill e.is. oht.iln
effective legislation tor Its
and control When a
state tin- once licdiuic w HI educated
nnd not before will the
other requisites to the
control of the dlo.ie he forthcoming.
Andy E. Jviishing. one of the
oldest citizens of this county,
died Saturday at the -home of
W. A. Woodall, near Crayne, af
ter a lingering illness, or rather
failing health, of many months,
aged about SI years.
His remains were brought here
Sunday afternoon in charge of
Undertaker W. 0. Tucker, ami
were taken charge of by Barnaul
Lodge No. 23G'F. &"AT5l., "and
Crittenden Chapter No. 70, both
of which he was a life-long member.
The remains were taken
Rev. Cook Kinsolving.
R v. J. Cook Kinsolving passed
through the city Friday, en-route
to his home near Saiem.
Livingston county. He made
the Leader office a short visit
and reported that he and Rev. S.
T. West had just closed a successful
meeting at the Fairview
church in. this county. On
Thursday the Fairview burial
ground was cleaned uff, a large
crowd being present and joining
in the work.
Cook Kinsolving was formerly
a resident of this county, having
left here for other fields twenty-eight
years ago. Princ e t o n
W1TMOUT THE KNIFE
rrotruJInc Pile, t.ihjni: 1 lo. Ulceillnc I'I'm, ristuu r'lasuro ami altdlsea
ot tlis Iteotum CUaro ponltlvo CUAfiKTCE.
YOU PAY NOTHING UNTIL CURED. JaSS:!ii"t!?,.XpWl:.,:
IV tunics whose midi-s t p i un tn tun n.lirrimemfat, they llc In jour. r
uiljolalURCeum). lured IHIM adiIcii. CUEE TOU.
...irlon Stcphinsoii Newbern JaiOS Mork, Ollcvllle.
W. T Ayilelott. Creenfleld Louis Alt. St. Louis.
Wm. H. Stumer St Lei., Mo, H Rubelm.in, St Louis.
SEND FOR MY 172 PAGE FREE BCOK Kfa'f.MiKrSr.S ' '
ntul postngij p.v j, Tfcrnel 01.1 ronlnln n uch Ir.f. rnmtiou of k it inluo to
etui 'f tcted wiihrilcsoruny I Ttnof rrci it triui 1 ami liu ul ii1 "f i,tlm
iiet fi. iio'upr yi u xnfco i 1 " ire mr noijuu u 1
books. Write tjy u
M. NEY SMITM, M. D.EV.rtt5
4NDY E. RUSHING
Aged Citizen Passes to
His Reward Saturday
South at this place onAug 12,
1012, which was very grntifving
to his sou, the Rev. J. T. Hushing,
who had the pleasure of receiving
his own father into his
The iloral offering was
i ful. l'oace to his ashes. -Ma-
1 Hon News.
If you knew of the real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for Lime back,
of i.,e muscles, sprains and
rheumatic pains, you would neer
to be without it. For sale bv all
dealers. ' ' . .Vj ,xjJ - 9-
Ira Bristow Dies.
Uncle Ira Bristow died at his
home near Mt. Zion Wednesdn
morinng, aged 71) years. Funeral
services were conducted at Ml.
Zion cenntery Thursday morning
by R?v. V. T. Oakley, .'after
which the remains were taken
in charge by Zion Hill Lodge of
Free Masons, of whic order he
was an hoinred member, and
to the New Cemetery and after 'laid to rest in that cemetery. At
formal ceremonies were buried, press time we are unable to learn
Dr. Arthur Mather, his pas- more of the particulars.
tor, acted as chaplain of the or-: Mr, Bristow was one 'of the
ders and spoke many words of 'best known citizensjn that part
confulr.t: n. I of Crittenden county and leaves
Mr. Rushing was received in- a host of relatives to mourn his
membership of theM. E. Church death. News.
Closing out Sale.
Having sold my property I fam
now going to sell my entire stock
of $5,000 of General Merchandise
at Bargain Prices.
Come and get Goods Cheaper
than you ever bought them.
Nothing charged during this Sale
J. R. Summerville,
(Delayed from last week.)
Mrs. Hugh Norris is rapidly
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hodge
visited her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. T. A Hughes, Sunday.
Alvin Walker and wife, of
Glendale, passed through here
Little Katie Belt is very sick
with typhoid fever.
Mrs. George Horning and little
son visited her son, Bob, at
this place Sunday.
Miss Estell Dobson is able to
be out again.
i Rob Moore and wife visited
"8,keA uSl t0 rU" 3 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
neusnaner. p.mpt en
tered your mind how much? ! Thonia3 Sunday-
If it. ever has I know you arej Uncle Wm. Robertson is still
very sick at this writing.
A new 125 egg Incubator of the best make will be given
Free to the Lady or Child sending us the largest number of
paid up yearly subscriptions by Oct. 31st, at 25 cents each.
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS AND SAMPLE COPY.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.
BAD FOR WOMEN
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Has Decided
Views on Subject.
AN ERROR IN NAMES.
Wifo of Democratic Candidate Givas
Out Letter Takinu Strong Stand on
New York. -For tU first time
WIImhi Iwxiuiio tlx
pn.tdoiitlaJ nuiilUlnto linn Mrs.
WIIwhi iiioiinl. She iittonrinl In
Iter luustNiinVfi dully
tvportem, nltlumwh horvtoforu
i.lu Iiiih H"11''"! that !
Im- not ioKil it wrlttiMi nNmt In the
What Sin. Vlbiii uMm1 to have
fully unlertl wan Unit If -'mi K-comes
tl first Lmly of tin- land six)
will not, iih liut Uvn .U In n widely
ilNtrltiutiil lnterltw, luivu
of ligiircttef In jHivomil desk at
the White Hoik and Indulge In smoking
them with her cullers
Through Wllmm. 3lr. Wll.
miii isK,l that pulitlelt; N given to it
letter she iuul written to th- of
t!k State Journal at ( 'dIiiiiiIhih. .,
repudiating an Interview wlt'i
her In which hImi defeilel Hgarette
rtinoUliig for wxinen. Tlu
had ooiihi to her In a Mter nlgued
tHiir itiulam I wm ,irrily think of
any Ciil.inilt) to ti yminic wum
in of tin. nutloo than to niul n
iriHichtiiaiit us ymr intorYhm tlwin
I urn n wurkinKtmtn. bi1 I ,-' nin
tliolr it nlniol owr) tl.ir thy
a ru for ntirk !' tlw u of
tif climrutttv If mniikliiK' 'l--ii thl for
nlmntf nin uhat "v III It iV fur KlrU unit
The "lnterlew" wun linht n cordial
of tlm woman
lien. nn uin t It.i nurlllg
all cnxllteil ti Mrs. WIImhi
MA womnn writer for n nyndlcnto of
Sutwlay nkil Mm. WimU
row W'IImod If tdn agryl with
trude Athertou'n opinion of the
of eU'itntes by women. Sin ..mil
Ingly e.xhlbltiil cigarette Imvii
pllcil In the corner of her dek, all but
"'Why shouldn't n woman ntnoke If
he enjoys Itr hIio iiueriiI
" 'Wliy hann't he JiiHt iih much right
to a n u mini? Certainly I
ngni' with Mr. Atherton thnt nny existing
prejudice ngnlut women mn ok
lug Is to the htHt Hilly ntul nlwunl.
"'Smoking N n tpieitlon
of manners, not morula. It promoten
" 'Some women feel thnt n cigarette
calms their nerve and belm their
braltw Into working onler. PerHonnlly
smoking my thotightx ItiMtend
of invntrntlng them. I enjoy It nil I
enjoy after dinner coffee. IWith am
plenmint wiiyn of ending nnd tlnNhlng
off; both add to couvlvlnllty nnd good
The editor of the Ohio Btate Journal,
It wn clear, hnd In-en much lncenniM
at the apologlen for the cigarette habit
nmotiK women to Mrs. WIN
noil, as he wrote on Aug. 10 nn editorial
In which he called for the defeat
of Omenior Wllnon or a repudiation
from his wife. If there wns no 111I1
Kike about It. he wrote, "Mrn.
Wllnon Hhouldn't lie inl.streKji of
Uie White HoiiHe"
If tlw Ohio editor wax emphatic Mm.
Wilson wiiH certainly not o. After
the ri'Mirtern had said they wonld
gladly publish her letter to the OhU
iilltor the nn hour'n time In
which to write one. This was what
Ijar Sir-1 mt copy of
tho Jo.jrnul uith imr KlItorIM entitle!
"Smoking nn.I I t Ionvo to
ilmiy tho ulaUjoiwit tluit I m
tiroo of Hitmen anioklntc Th
which your rlttorlal uiu
ha.-.! Ih 11 i.uro I lntrnM?ly
th cl(iirtte mnoklntf IwiMt for
fact, ho .itronu U my fis.'llriK on th
iubJeot thnt tny rcnl 1iuikct Ii h In
unjunt ami unklixl tn my of
thow) who 1IIT with 111c !n thia ri.np.wt.
Hut certainly no uoitinn In our houno.
hold cvor him or nr will Hinokn Quito
apart from th lm.l tnnti. it. I hllce
with ou thnt it linn nn extri'iw'ly
ei.i,i:n a wit.Bo.v
(Mrs Wmxlrow Wilwon )
Omenior Wilson, In npproxlng the
letter M'tit out by Mrs. Wilson, ottered
what he thought might prove an explanation
for the Interxlew
"I do not think It was nmllilouwly In-
vented, he snld. "There U n rntlier
well known writer who slgiw herself '
Mrs. Wilson Woodnnv, and she no
doubt bus been confiisiMl with Mrn.
Mrs. Wllfton Wwxlnnv wiw formerly
marrleil to a relative o Governor Wll
son, and it In understood tlmt her views
household of the Democratic emslldnte.
The divided Ilepiibllcnn party Is like
the loy "blowing against thu wind."
There will be a lot of bluster, but It
will not take votes away from Wilson
I and Marshall
Winning with Wilson means more,
thmi a mere Democratic victory; it
means restoring real prosperity.
Wilson is the best equipped man
nominated for the presidency slnco
George W. Perkins Is suro n "hully"
on the matter of women who smoku
are dltterent from thow held in tho I 0
T Hit tml.fles lu
laaaaaa a tnt ot itidt loo I
Wm Sure Sate
leaving neither scar nor mark.
And a Simple Rifle to Cure For
Tlic .22 Repeater u rifled, sighted nn I
lested for accuracy by expert gutumillis. It iliooti aj jou h'ij
llio simple, improved .ifcty device on every Remington.
UMC .22 icpcala never fails to work. Accidental dmLug"
Tlic .22 Repealer is casHy catcl f r
In lalung down, your fingeri are your only look 'Hie l.tn 'i
block, finng pin and extractor, conic out in one piece
die band to be cleaned (torn die brcccii..
The action handles .22 short, .22 long or .22 long rifle or'
ridges any or all at die same time without adjustment.
lb pif thootln combination
Rcniindton Metallic Carridiu do.
290 Broadway Nrw f .
SEVEN SPRINGS School at tbis pl.ue
(l)ehiveil from lust week.) tinned for a while I
Cutting lolmcco i the oiuti of a d are gird to
the day in thn
L. It. I iV.m is still in very
poor health, having been confined
to his room for two months.
Misses Sudn and I.uda Kinsolving,
of Eminaus, attended
church here Sundav. ,
are going to Jitue ,.
again next Sundav i ,.
o'clock it tot pron, , r t ,
deiod, and tv t. r. .
lereRting and in 1 . . .
EonboH rtnio tl
try tn l.nd us a holpiii,
this gient time of need.
U wen 1.1X17. ntul
Saint c .i'.i'i 1 n
Crillith has lioen t.llRb.
nlt, ,(M cllli,
ed to his room for eernl dns'Suruiav.
from a fall, which he received.; L. K. McClure wu t 1
Miss Stella Redd, of Marion. ,,l,.i.i1a!i,l,,"V .
e .. Heboid; 1 stnd Mm n
one of the count s .school , het,p jn llu. , MtA uf Wi ,
ers, attended church here therefore vie as .
day. , antihnrinli'.s ..s dmi's '
Mrs. Elizabeth Travis is still , ,0 lf
confined to her room.
Dave Clark and wife, of near,
Marion, visited relatives here,
Kid. John W. Hrnsher. of
Huntington, Emery Co.. Utah,
was visiting Kiley Hrasher last
Flovd Simpkins and wif and
Misses Nellie Tnivis and Kflio
Butler, of the Kmmntis section,
attended church here Sunda
Rev. U. G. Hughes, of Marion,
filled his appointment at this
place Sunday and delivered an
excellent sermon using as a text
Matt. G:20 "Hut lay i.p for your-selves
treasures in Heaven,
where neither moth nor rust
doth corrupt, and where thieves
do not break through and steal."
Dr. Cook, of Crayne, was called
to this section Saturday morning
to see Mr. Patton.
Prof. Ward, who is teaching
school at ibis place this fall, is r
giving perfect satisfaction. We '.?
trust ti.it he will so instruct tin
pupils who are under hia car.
and we lvKco that he wil'. Mini
when he is gone from out
iniisi tl.i.t we cm ncill the
good training which he gave our
children by his v ise com' n I and
careful attention and w uK) will
be thankful for his coming into
Sam Travis visited his daughter,
Mrs. Wiley Hrown, of
Owing to so much sickness in
this community the Sundaj
of the t'otiHtlttitlon" nnd f u
r president rf
a sQ .
' ' W m
i lm m t
the I I: '
Stale II 1
Vn. VI nn '
I a 1 7. I d n
Montpt 1 1
Vn , Jut .-
rmr rwl ruAmnl o
coaUint tha viUi proprtit
in concentrated form and dli
IrtbuUa them all ovr lh body
without Using tha diaattion.
Sroll n rtinT UlnrnirtfM N J ; J
nteil froii i
ileleg i.- ... im- f'.iiitliiitit 1
grei nn I 10 the conititiiti s
coiM.titi in. in which he i"K ',
Hiiwi . .Mpi i.ni pnrt Kr' n
.if ihe ilelniles In i'i .
li.li Jolnid with II mil 1 J
!. iuul J . ii 1 ililUhlng the I ' .
erni! I mcr bnike wild '
, f In tut 1. 11 faction nnd le ' '
jf nsH'M iHted with Jetterson . J
,;. ed as sirretary of mate dur c M
'i' Jetterson'n two terrnn and v ' .
i. cei 1 -d him iih preHldeul, l'-'
17 It wnn during Mndln. t ?
. administration thnt the war of
j; 1S12 Socially the Mnd J
J. lion rvglme was brilliant.
ft T Ot T 'I II IH All
MOLES & WARTS
for the removal of MOLES and WARTS without pain and
is the same remedy that we Hold jour grandmother, and has, Bince its
first appearance upon the market, carried with It the UNANMMOl'S "
UinAlirtiiitn.im .... ...... . ..
iKuuusiwir.Ki 01 mam or WUMAN.
MOLI'JSOFK was the best in pioneer days, is still the bet to-da.
Our long experience protects jou. We guarantee.
Letters from personages we all know, together with much valu
able infonn.ition are contained in an attractive booklet, which will t e
sent free upon request.
If you have any tiouble getting MOLESOFF, send one dollar
direct to the undemgncd,
'"" Ii'hJ "I Wari In sotil will lie p l. i th nrly nullinu to in a plettirnof lliptn
snivs l.fote ai .,!, u.lnir MOI.I'.SOI I ! pleiuirt to lie eei)iteil amlu'l l
f 11 ailteittMiw One n, Hon people will ten your plciuiowlth vt
wittimii aii iik'l) fiowtli on votir
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