Newspaper Page Text
ft, 19. 1912
v ; THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS PAGE SEVEN
bled People Responsible
(or the Illiterate,
PORTIMTIES NOT REALIZED
an Awakening Ad arc si Delivered
k Harry A. Sommeni of the Eliza-
bethtown New Before the Ken-
.. t?l. .-! I A U
luiKY cuuMiiunii ui;iiuri tnv
eple of the Commonwealth Were
rclbly Reminded of a Duty Long
t recoil i iiiimviiiK " i'"'
Educational uasoelatlon at
nlo, flurry A. Soinmora of the
........... V'.n... ..till -.... 1 ttlfll ttln
it , Mliuwii l.liirV. . .....
. I jieople of tho commonwealth
Oi reionnlblo for tho iinodii
n id that Kentucky htw been
r lift) yonm on tlm public
uitiera spoke In part ni fol
tin1 Hiitijcot of "Tho rrtm nnd
, ( tl'iit the educated of thf
wtiilth n ro chhfh resixmidhle
ituducnted. thnt tiro leaniol
iit lo for the Illiterate Wo
Klen talent which we have
" - ! i
V A SOMMBRB
1 f natuK "r ' "r rorr
' i man Wt '
.,.ninitlr. tut W hnW
r aeeptwl lh rean
id n with IOC por
"i" Bret ttr In the
i' ih fr !.
r i ar tVt fr
...1m iit rul U"w
I hi rlf larvlng la !
h r p'nttr s'u ea n
. if r W rri'
it! n! (Mir rural
'r We e
did IKt ! '
'th the 4 I ".im,lt
' tl Da Ion Ae wen
left the whol matt r
of the achoil tPch' r
r to at
i' -1 him W sere
won to tba Uk
' Krapftl1 wlfa tbtn
. t i-n rally IndlCfer
are awake now and
late Awnke and on
up pentlnela fur mlu
1 1 h tower of pronre
1 the houae !
' nMlt Inatead of a
i .inn! tho ataln of II
l .lit. we deaerve the
nH who goea to aleep
ian who doea wrong
ri be haa violated
exempt from the n
wh knowlar.l vto
in nl,iaUi Whilo
for Inws without pu "c t ' I"
not hoIvo our ptr If r 1
public n nt' 'cut i 'i I i i r -
tin fact tlut n Kr r oV ;atl n nits
upon tho juronti to c!j t tl. r
children thru upon tin r' u nml t at
thoy Olifiht to bo wIIIIiik t3 pay tuor;
for It than the Htutu.
That the bi'Ht wny to crmto n Im'nl
IntcrcHt In tho local hcIioo! Is a local
tax and a proof of thK It Hhould xj
nhowu that all tho befit hcIiooIj have
a local tnx and nil tl: wont HchooU
nro without It.
Thnt tho district trusUj Bhould tc
nH much IntenvttixJ In tho Uuolmr
and his tonrhliiR ivh Uio tonchor Ih In
IiIh pchool, That tho hcIwxJ hoime
flhould bo iiif t?xl and ne
h any homo In tho dlHtrlct.
Tliat when wo knou under tho now
ncliool ociiHUH whom tho lllltonito children
llvo, It will Imhymiu) tho duty of
tho p4Mplo of UuO. to boo that
tlntso children arw uotit to hch)J and
provide olothliiK and hIum If tho
parents are tin) pxr to prtrvldo Uiem
Thnt tho toocher ohouM be more
commended for whnt lui Ih nblo to
and lon crttlclzod for what
ho Ih unable to do
Thnt moonllKfit p for tho
ndultH will jiy letter Uuvn inooimhlne
That tho olllM (if county Hcho'd
superintendent Li Uio tiwt liniortant
In the country
That It In nvxro to elu
oat nil Hm (MKjplii homo, than a few
of the iNoplo a Kniit dol.
flint wo do iu iuA Ui teach dead
lniii;n(iK(T( In a llvo oountry except
within t)w wnlU of a unlvnrxlty
Hint thot Udiua which will Ik of
moat vnluo to u Ny und Klrl after
the lenve o1hx Hhinild le tho thltiKH
which hIkuiM Ih tunuht llrttt nnd b(t
Thnt tlm chtldreu'H mliulH ahould
not Ni uvir (ni'k rootH whin
tbc do mrt kiHw Um dlrrronot
eiilmnuti ni and ixvke nxt.
That the ooiijtir,iitlirti (f the verb
ato" need iHt 15 UtiiKht In the
hi IhmiI tMjiitho the iHiyn and K'rls
liam It ; e'uxiKh ouWldo th
1 1 nt tlm uukiMiwu rtmiittlliw of al
' ni had ltkw roiuln unknown
tli to tlmt a to s1huU1 nmnlu
of thf fi 1'iuuitttle of hi
ft. n furro
I it the 1 1 mn tMnt In in ok tn ft In
i' i (wrtirn,iiii, on th plann
t rx tti r titllltMl In nbotlntkin
'. 1 i tt from th tnakfat titik
I i !'. l.titilli ohaol iii:ht to r i
1 t !, tajr and the ninir
I i ' ;hi' Mr Hi M)I
'.'I mu irny niK arrre tilth on
Ir " "f tb.M thlfiK. ) lll
i aiTe tr1t!i nfijn ni i"! "f fhr.r
I ie ntltin i ll Mr tie K'Hli to
i it. thlt rtiMli ptitlmtnt
Tli' t.eli. Mil tfj hrr la ! to
t. it M.ri whti h d.,xa hl ttwt
II i- binilifiivji ti) thf er aaturt
o' iie i-i ( mutti lnk to tbo f.lu
(Mxipie of thta atatM Mfii an I
rnifn who trlM g1e time and
t nt ntxl ihi to orvate a
n ititurnt if th rural acloH, onr'
w. mud look to the pra
Th iiwAMinr and tle p'i lb
r!,i"i!a axe the tm rr atetit f r .
at ttork In tbl outtr for loth pms,
ri" and eiilikbti.i t tit
Th ni"p' Influenoe depends
iilti to.; of rHidirn It Tma m d
the niimtwr tif nadim dfpiid on ti
man nMple are taught to n a.1 1. re
tnit a .ifuliintbm the
trfH and th" pnfeair a united 'n
t.re Ujtween vt nnwphr himI tin
p., He pcImxiI If t! pn of tlil
ht t would give half the tlvooxht an'
half the apace to lucatlon that It l
ti oolUlCe the arh(la would h..
lutlonlied In leaa than decade Tlie
prta tuunt flrat t mad Intervatisl In
thl great tirtatlon. thuti It mutt he
' educatetl to th neU of tin pcho.il".
i then aboMTi lioti nowla mv h
j iutpltl The eliu.r and tlie b hl
tearher mat le brought within lner
I touch with each lher Thin 'houM
, be done thnmsh thin oreuUat'oa
Mind yo 1 n not talking aNut
n moBiut thrtfiKh the prB h
, benefit of the tuachem. hut a move
Mirnt for thti bmoflt of U pwople Thf
I school nt'iat b made the Important
i thing and not the chiol teacher The
I children' tntereat mint be put In '..he
! for. rront the baMlU cr' through
i. - J aK
tha pre r "r,r r,", "'" l"v
t and liidlfftfient to wafan. of the Mate
' ta our mo. , ,,.!- Ket below
r f.'U aware of our
'itinn we are dout
do not reapotid to It
vnl of i he oommuu
hlli r. The future
nd uihiii thorn and
i us re we roIihj
ith un education to
' d ut lea and ohllxa
t lp or are we Rolnit
inw up in Ignorance
' : un I erlinlnnls? It
' K'lon whluli appeal
' I i h npixmls to
ideals to our hearts
' the ery which eoraes
mtdins and from the
i. ' all oyer Kentuck)
1 vi henrd ft. It has been
inv rnra for ton seara or
i. itl.er my pen nor voice
In niiswurliiK It
1'ieiitetl man nnd woman
' ' "fllea our needs and
'lie reapouslblllthn As
I i ih nr in his cunip llro:
' t lliitnilbnl to eternal
K' "if m 1 WO'lId nwetr
he Inif tllaonce which
ir eH i, te enthiiBi
' In r veins nnd by
ti Is ' our hearts, to
ri 1 h t d f r Ixnoran
to HI w h ift wlpd It
' d ' i K ntMc'y I - pi '
r r Ni i' ll .loi Jk
nroiise f er
public Pn' ',,,n' ,"1
.1 Ill otlll I ' '
All BTfai pniir
the public with the
new bureau ana mere is n .r,
the education of the
prise oa great a
tnaaseo .to" eiuiiniw vt " e-
Udt. hit Ihia Is one of wnleh
...w'.natMTK wilt ntiulre no jiay
,l ' '
the rural scniMis
"..:, ..k It would have
this bulidlnK will hold. With h
1 do hop. U.t
Ve h HilllnK o help.
tuutty will not bo allowed
uch an ..,..-.
to i ti'.
THE BEST PROOF
Given hy n M irion C tizen.
Doan's Kitiney I'iIU wero med
Tlio fatory was told to Marion residents.
Time hn strengthened tho evidence
Huh proven the result lusting.
The testimony is home testimony
The proof convincing.
It can he investigated by Marion
Coloman Hyford, Mnrion, Ky., says:
I cannot express my gratitude for the
great good Doan's Kidney Mils did me.
I wub laid up with my back. I had to
paai the kidney Becretions many times
during the njght, nnd there was n
Bcalding sensation when being voided.
My heart was also affected, nnd my
health and Btrength rundown. I hud
about given up hope of recovery. I
was living in Owenaboro, Ky., ut t he
time, and the two doctors that were
attending me could do nothing for me.
I had heard my mother apeak highly of
Doan's Kidney Pills and as they had
cured her, I procured a box at the
Hnyncs&Tuylor'H Drugstore. Before
I had taken the contents, I felt greatly
improved and after I bad llniHhcd
four boxes, I was us well as ever wns
in my life."
(Statement given Feb. a, l'JUJs.)
On Feb. 2, PJ12, Mr. Hyford added:
"I can still praise Doan's Kidney Pills.
1 do not need this remedy very often,
but when I do it quickly cures me of
For sale by all denlers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
talent to eon
takes real newapa'ier
At .n. kind of puh1lcM bureau
the talent of flr4
the reader with whsl ! te'S
final do more thm. ' f '
H fid get the reader i
1M. the story, then It '
1, M ,f him that he wsf
selected a "
Th.ie should b
with ' rr
Wo n cr wtunrni
, r fnstlnot to aged a column urn
h week to ovorjr new-fl
tu.kv such live puM
Ur tl -J the editor !"'
.. ........ The Inforttat''
athered from the various s 1"
ever the Mate by Oh !
I0l toth. besdo! l .. -T- ;
ihould be fncta and r t i -'
...,:.. o i,. o wrl't n Hint (ho
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tt elr "n
VI enrr, ions. Buel , M
ejitlonal pr." "u,,,""u
could d would
tt v" v . r Frankfort
III" . i ....ln ninri
tl ll ' I """
New York, sole agents for the United
Itoinumbor the name Doan's nnd
take no other. 7
Four 'Daughters lo Altar.
Fort Smith, Ark., S-pt. IX-Mr.
nnd Mrs. Iwis Clnrk, farmers,
announced tho wedding of
tVir entire family at their coun
try acat. near Oark,
c jnty on SundavStpt., 1, to-wit
Mma Clark. 22. to Ta br
21. a farmer.
Miss Selma Clark, 15. t lho.
Welch. 22. a farmer.
Mis Jerusha Clark. 17, to Geo
Powell, 2i a fanner.
Mia(ila(i.iR Clark, 111, to A.
H. Williams. 2J a farmer.
The brides ami bridegrooms,
after attending the wedding supper
served nt the Clark home,
sp 'nt !nt night with the Clarks,
and Unlay repaired to their several
homes, newly built in the
same community. One v
recited the marriage
for the eight.
Indian hilled Un IrncK.
Near Ilochclle, III., un Indian went
to sleep on n railroad track and wns
kil.ed by the fait exprese. Ho paid
for his carelesaneao with his lifo. Often
its that way when people neglect
rouRha ami colds. Don't rink your lifo
a hen prompt une of Dr. King's New
Discovery will cure them and o pro-
ent a dangerous throat or lung trou
ble. "It completely cured me, in a
abort thno. of a terrible cough that
followed a sovere attack of Grip,"
writes J. R. WtU, Ploydada, Tex,
'and I regained 15 pounds in weight
that 1 had lost." Quick. fe, reliable
and guaranteed, otk? and $1.0. Trial
bottle free at Haynes A Tajlor's and
J. H Orme'f. a29 5t
Kiss on Street Not n Crime.
Philadelphia, !Sep. 17.- According
to Magistrate Scott it is no
crime to kiss one's sweetheart on
the streets of Philadelphia. Har
old Luders was called before him
having been arrested for kissing
Miss Hilda Young, his fiancee,
wljen he was leaving her lnt
"Why. this boy has committed
no crime" said tho magistrate
"Things have come to a pretty
pass when a man cannot kiss
his girl on the street. If this
keeps on it will be high time for
tho poople to move out."
Ho discharged Luders, forth
KniiniiiR up anil down itniw, iwoop
inK and .lending over nmkniR iiods will
thing could d henlthv
u. n wninnn ueiuiiii or "
i nni tnuu n
.. A- iimea teiiiK
ful. S ho mint roi oui u ..
. milo or two every day un.l take
Chamberlain's Tablets to improve tor
digestion and rowilsto her 1 wela Ir
eale by all rtealerf.
FIGHT DOE FOR FAWN,
EAGLE 15 WINNER
California Campers Witnessed The
Battle And See Big Bird Fiy
Away With its Prey.
San Iiernardino, Cal., Sept. 11
Campers in Lytic creek climbing
to IJonita Falls, witnessed a
remarkable fight between a deer
and an eagle. The prize was a
As the climbers were ascend
ing the mountains they first
caught sight of the deer and two
fawns quietly feeding on a distant
level. Suddenly their attention
was attracted to a great
gray eagle circling in a downward
As they watched the eagle
suddenly shot downward, and
lighting on the back of one of
the fawns, rose with it. The
mother deer charged upon the
bird, and the two fought back
and forch for some time, the
eagle finally setting its talons
into the fawn and with swift
strokes of its wings soaring upward.
It alighted on a crag, high
over the spot where the frantic
mother deer pawed the earth.
FARM I OH SALE.
If interested in buying a farm
see or write me. as 1 have several
farms for sale. My office is
with .John D. Thompson.
T. M. Butler,
mp Hopkinsville, Ky.
Snake Drops From
Door on Young Farmer.
Nothiiie to it. the worst seared
man that ever lived in Harmony
township was Noble Stalling-,
who had a large sized chicken
snake fell on him last Friday
while parsing through a d'Kr
into his house. when the excitement
had subsided and the
snake was-killed it was fount!
three rocking chairs and a folding
bed had been demolished
during Noble's attempt to free
himself from the unwelcome visitor.
The room looked like a
cyclone had struck it.
The snake had been lving
above a transom on an outside
door nnd when Mr. Stalling
opened the door it pulled the
snake down on him. The reptile,
to save itself from falling,
wrapped itself around the young
farmer's neck, body and arms
nnd no doubt was as badly scared
as its victim.
That neighborhood is doing its
share towards furnishing sensations
for the countryside.
Mr. Stallings owns a dog that
crows like "a rooster, and his
neighbor, Win. Burrows, has a
calf that eats chickens alive. A
few weeks ago a young son of
Mr. Burrow's became lost and
all the farmers of that section
searched half the night for him.
Higdon Johnson, another neighbor,
sprung into national faniG
bv owning a tame black snake
that caught all the rats on his
place and which was written up
from Alamo to uwiorniu. inuw
UlN'i: FILLS. They renew the normal
vigor and make life worth livinu.
lie sure nnd ask for MOTT'S NERVE-RINE
FILLS. Frice $1.00 by
- Williams MTtf. L'o., Props.,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J- H.
Ormo, Marion, K.
is My Choice of
Duke's Mixture Presents"
Among the many valuable presents now civen nway
'with Liggett & fif yen Duke's Mixture therels something to
cult every taste and In this nil-pleasing satisfaction the
presents ore exactly like the tobacco itself. For nil classes
of men like the selected Virginia and North Carolina bright
leaf that you get in
CK ff. Vf-
Now this famous old tobacco will te more popular
than ever for It Is now a Liggett & Afycrs lender, and
is equal in quality to any granulated tobacco you con buy
If haven't smokfd Duke's Mixture with the
Liggett & Myers name on the bag try it now. You
will like it, for there is no better value anywhere.
For 6c you get ono and a half ounces of choice granulated
tobflcco, unsurpassed by nny in quality, and with each sack you
get a book of cigarette papers FUlili.
Mow About the Free Presents
Tho coupons now packed with Liggett & Myers Duke's
Mixture nru good for all sorts of valuable presents. These presents
cost you not ono penny Tho list includes not only
The Public Library and the
Public School Clarence Thompson.
1 p. m. - Song,
Consideration of Rural Schools
-Prof. J. U. Snyder.
The School house as a Recreation
and Social Center Prof.
Guill and Miss Hardesty.
Importance of the Co., High
School -Prof. E. Jeffrey Travis,
Object of Class Work -Miss
Preparations for a'School Ral
lv Dav or Count v Day Prof. J.
U. Snyder and Allen Young,
Plans for School Library; Need
of a School Improvement League
in Crittenden Co., -Discussed by
Roll Call of Teachers.
Miss Tuess Koon, Pres.
Miss Emma Tkrry, Sec'y.
Farms for sale and town
property in Marion. We have
some bavgains. Sec us before
Mayes, McFce & Crider.
smokers articles but
many dcsiraOleprescnts for
uo'iict und cuilc'ren fine
fountain pens, umbrellas,
cameras, tuilut articles,
tcnnl9 racquets, catcher's
gloves and masks, etc.
As a special offer during
September and October
only, we will tmd you our
new illuitratid catalogue of
pre$ents foiLE. Just send
name and addn ss on n postal
Ciuponi trim Dutt't Mixture rnsy 'vl
be anntti uith tin from HORSE fvJ
SHOE, J. T.. TINSLFY'S NATURAL K'
LEAF, GRANGE TWIST, coupons hi
fr nt rOUt POcrS t un uUt H5
ufim). PICK PLUvl CUT. Plf.DMONT rfi
C riARETTE3, CUX C.GAPETTES. Cili
it Ma or i iiipjm itiued ay ut. ( i
Premium Der.t. (W
ll Lniii. M ft. H
Rev. C. T. Clark of Blackford,
formerly of Pine kne. ville is now
of the Smith's ' Mills'
church. His congregation of
over 200 members is building
him a new $10,000 brick ch'irch.
Dosinu the stomach won't kill Catarrh
germs. Neither will sprajs,
douches, snuiTs or ointments.
The quickest wny to kill germs is to
b'eath deep into the lunps the vapor
ized nir of Booth' HYO.MEL
As this antiseptic air passes over the
sere ypots intested with Catarrh gel m??
it not only dtstroja them, but heals?
the inflamed meml rane and stop" the
discharge of mucus.
Then hawking, spitting, snuffling,
ct list in nose and foul breath will disappear,
and vile, disgusting Catarrh
will be conquered.
A complete HYOMEI outfit, which
includes a hard rubber inhaler, only
cost 51.00. Extra bottlo, if rU
needed, 50c; nnd Hnynos &
to refund your ni'.. . j
Mvs. Alvis Stephens continues
quite ill at her home in this city.
She has been under the care of a
trained nurse for a month.
JV t $$
Teachers' Association Ed. Div., J
R. F. Dorr.
No. 1. Sept 27, at White Hall. only Licenced Embalmer in this County.
w, Ull calls answered promptly, day
Response-P. M. Ward. . 1
How to Promote Attendance j 4l
J. C. Hardin and Pearl Waddellf 4i
Beautify the Schoolroom-Sue 4i
innvp. i '
,. vv v.
or night- Nice funeral car,
Good team, Careful Driver.
So bo Obtained in teach-VS'.
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