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oct 10, 1912
WITHOUT THE KrJIFE
ProtnidfDf lnhlnf IMae, HImcIIi r POM Fistm rissuie sml .1 : 1 .:. .1
of ths Ksdutn CUUO u'idrr a peSMlve SUAK.Km.
TOU PAY NOTHING UNTIL CU9E0. &'&tthttS.
th psrtlr whann nsiiir i filb In ' ti nuu.tal, II. rf 1
iljolnlii'our iv I cured HUM i..l.-.- CSIt Y9H.
Murlon iikon, NrAlimi. Jro.) .' I 11 I I I
W. T. Anin. 11 1 ...if .-hi Louis Alt. fcl I Is,
Wm. H. 6tuiQps, m. Lculs, Mo. H. Ruli. 1 1 sals
SEND FOR MY 172 PAGE FREE 100! 5E! f:.V
sud psti! i' i ! Thrse ImoUs rnntsln n h laful sssl ... n t .
cms afflicted wuh vllm or miy form of rati ti trouble, ftnd bui
letters, n lirilivr . i i -''
IPICUIIST. liooltd Wrllo lo-l . It win pay
nruitSHti n run. M. NEY SMITH,
WHAT IS NEEDED
TO IMPROVE OUR RURAL
Mrs Verlie KoNinsky Writes Interesting
Letter on Educational
Voti "i the rural m bo li i t!i
j .in- now in m siion an! iil
'. nfl the dust) ln:'li.i i .irr
, Hm . J I .iml firlfl t i u 1 l; 1 1 1
i t lull ill-tin I h ml.
i bapp) ! e an ii i
ii .s 4 eptm - . yel mail)
I : i Wcl'd tll II w. t. .
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U tlu qui stf '. "Wh . i Id
ii county have within it
I nr Mgta ted
(MM f the inter i r iiiUl -
' our In s and k '
. m 1 encvci ; ; ctunitj liat
vtfl thcm.thr havi ., m n
the f.i t that tin hi the
i l Kcntui k childho d
the people ihemn
ii Lett, i the c mditi ni
li- tr: -i ich ol The v untj
lendcnt can't do it, '!i.
ant. neither ran the trai
unh - Mipj" rtcd bj the hcl
; e ration ol 'he pe ,
wait) Interest! It the kej
i successful school When"
in thii county then ii i
unity in which the people
in ikcm.I t. tlie IsH I that I ie
I then DO) and
it it tint above ecr othfi
. it, they have turned t tht
. - an institution that d
i : attention.
;!c d tin. average i an
link th.it win n the
h ted a trustee tlu
. i - ended and tht .
. theii hands "i the I
! iIn affairs If th.
use it in a i.d i onditii i
n t the tu i ( -sat funii!'
lutbuildingi are in tin
. i earthlt existi i
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iii'i t or not ).-i
that doesn't concern the people
they thins Such pi ttj h
should not lie tlirust upa i
tluii attention but should concetti
the tru tie, and teacher only
and oftentimes it c nct rn onl)
So hniK as 'here 1- a "inn. unit
nrhere the people en in inch
a letharg) . so l"ti will the scl ool
of that self same community
unimproved. ater can-n
t rite above in level .eithi r
(-an the school above the
li als of the communit) Th
.i ial ii ! .n .ii ii
d vaj si nti tin ideals ! tlie
pie. 1 1 1 it anno! be
' the pe ;''
first I i in the r
Patrons i the rural w :
en take h dt an b ui 'i
vnui lii i and
her ii youi in help
See u she ev ncci
. . . . : .
( : : 1 1 - left
tit 1 1 - .
ask yourseli whoM dut) it i- i
li. Is ii the dul )
f the count) t" .i the mit
supci inti ndi nt to put eiuiu
:i;t nt and supplii s inti th si ho
i the pi c ii"t in it : i -
cd enough t., care whethei thr)
not? N The ;
;le themieWei muit realize theii
. the) i an ippn i iati
ii.it i given tin in
It is t hi dut) of tl nti '
iMt the si '.
uti n- t'nat surround then
iren during their absence front
en -' in n it wai
tic 1 ii hei i handicap) i ! and il
is lab i in t eh i ate thc.t
and irN amid surrouidirg
repulsive t theii testheii senn
b ue tliNtiiitv have ahead) fell
in educational awakening and
riie pc ; Ie liai t turned then at
tcnli nt" .l. trict I
Impi Leiguei have
and by th tionoi
1 1 and pati .it results
. U i .III t I
-- . i iniiiuui! es and
ha Ie t
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ns to ever) othtt
. unt) The count)
1 and the supei intend 1
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Winter Suit 0 m
'. MARION. a
See our line
your Fall &
THE CR1TTENDEW REU)RD-PRESS PAGE THRK1
have expressed their apprtveiatiofl
f the work done In these districts
i v making their schools models
showing wliat can he accomplished
x. 'icsi the people volunteer
thfir help and interest
So it is the resourceful idea tn
Mr. Ilainniack. our
: i lit. to have tlie teachers frm.i
tlur districts i-it these demon-
,..i til hi schools lor a day now and
In n in order that they might S(.
me luiit d co-operation eilorts
tcher, patroni and pupils.
iicr coming from a less pn -
live district mav 'ake back
nan) helpful ideal that may aid
lei in calling the people'!
: n to her own sch ol.
Every teacher will put form
her beat efforts when she know
the eves "t the people are dpi u
her, not for criticism, hut for an
appreciation f her efforts. She
will lrin her beat resources to
tht front in order that she max
kiin the approval of the Community.
Therefore, patrons, o to your
teacher and tell her that your
cm- art upon her and offer your
lympathy and help. She will make
v. iii hettcr teacher.
VBRLIE C. KOLTINSKY.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
WilliHms' Indian Pile Ointment wil
cure Ulind, KleeiliriK and Itching 1'ilen.
It saMCte the tumor, allays itching
at nnrc, irU km a poultice, gives instant
relief. Williams' Indian File
Ointment is prepared for Piles and
ItehillSJ of the private parts.
mail 60c and tl 00. Williams
Mfg. iA., Prtim. , Cleveland. O.
Sold only by J. II Orme.
These Things Thou Art.
things thou art to me, dear;
The purity of Knows;
I he duk upon the lea, dear;
The perfume of the rose.
These thing t'iou art to me, dear,
Tht thought in midnight skies;
The mystery of the cea. dear;
The depth that therein lies.
I ' . U.ingit tl.'.u art to me, dear;
The Hong of the ho'ilwind blsrsts;
The vision none may see, dear;
The word no language knows.
These things then shalt he. aye, dear;
The birdcall ufter rain.
The promise in the sky, dear;
The iware that MtoWl tain.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY.
gives instant relief and an absolute
cure in all cases of Asthma, HronchitU
mid Hay Fever. Sold by druggists;
mail on receipt of price $1.00. Trial
I'ackage bv mail 10 cents.
Williams M'f'g . Co., Props. Cleve
land, Ohio. Sold only bv J. H. OfUM
Oxygen Cars on The
The new railroad climbs up
from Tacna a pretty steep wall
in surmounting the volc;inic chu n
., t .1... . ..I....- In ennui
.1 ,, I : sj , , , I. ,.onsti.
ijuence tne rack ami cog ssiem
hat tn be used. The place where
the ridge of the coast range is
crossed it : little more than
I 1,000 feet A novel idea is to
be Introeuced on this road for
the benefit of passengers. I
i , , frequently deeeribed the
i troche, or tnountain sickness.
from a hich fen travelers in the
- iscape. It ii aometlmea
I the land form of at :i
. u, tne geti o er it in fee.
lay, but in a ahort journey tne
.. is very acute and for
uni of weak hi art is seine
dai ..''' UI . To overcome
, ffect of tlie quick ascent
i i -ii al all I ide it is pro-
,i to have oxygen compart
u the passenger ears.
tl air tiny
tme proporttont of
at - a leveL Chrit-
,i W, Copeland ,.;' Dayton, Ohio,
hotl of Chamberlain's
. h Remedy for his boji who had s
a,l before tl"' botl ews
'. cold ws I
BOY GIVES LEG TO
SAVE GIRL'S LIFE
Skin of Crippled Limb Is Grafted
on Young Woman.
Gary, Iml.. Oct 7. William
Rujli, the crippled Gary newsboy,
today ptrtad with his
in oMef that the skin
minht In.1 obtained to save the
life uf Miss Kthel Smith, lHyears
old, who was hurried in a motorcycle
Rugh and Miss Smith were
placed on adj inin tallies in a
local hospital. One hundred and
lift) tquare inches of skin was
transferred from the boy's useless
levr, after which it was amputated.
Letters protesting against amputating
the newsboy's let? were
received from all over the country.
It developed that Dr. J.
Craitf, the surgeon-in-chare,
was to have been married today
to Miss Mary Arnold, of Lebanon,
Pa., but that he hurried
back to (Jary when the operation
became imperative. The wedding
will take place shortly.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Blackford, Ky., Spt. 28, 1912.
Kstraved or stolen from my
farm one mile south of Blackford
Ky., in Crittenden Co., one rone
heifer two years old, will weitfh
about six hundred lbs., has short
N ill pay additional price to any
one nivintf me inofrmation of her
whereabouts. -T. W. Henry.
1'almero, Italy, Oct. 9. An
earthquake shock was felt today
on the Island of Stromboll,
where Mount Stromboll, the volcano,
is in eruption. The activity
of the volcano increased today,
and the smoke and flames can
be seen for many miles. Part
of the island is covered to the
depth eight feet with ashes.
Many vineyards have been
7 jfrti'f iJs .
begins sept. 2nd.
Board nJ Room lit a month
New Building. Exiiert Teachers
Positions for Urtxlustes ;n Catalog.
LOCMYEARS BUSINESS COLLECE
Feeling From Valparaiso
Through Fear ol Quakes.
Valparaiso. Chili, Oct. 8. As
a result of predictions that seismic
disturbances were likely to
ciuse much damage in the
neighborhood of Valparaiso about
this date, thousands of persoas
are leaving the city. The Chilean
Government has ordered the
warships to remain in port ready
PADUCAH BANKBR'.S TKSTlMOM
roll the benefit of any of my
friend unil acquaintance! who
may be afflicted with Kidney or Liver
trouble, 1 stale that 1 have found i
il. Specific un efficient rosaodj) and,
1 li leve, a permanent cure forttysi If.
for s in. time I tsj s sufferer imm a
rder of these organs and finally re-id
tu H;i.' Specific. It i- with
no i '; roe "f 1 1 ;'! thai I permit mj
n line e be used t prom tu the inter-of
it manufai ture of n aaedj ,
li it thl t it may be of some benefl
m Meads, B, B HUGHES,
Pree't. Cn Nai km .1 Baak,
Paw i'au, Kv. .
Thorough bred Poland China
males. Ready for service, at
ttoon, Ky. 1. I". Burton,
I i.. U. K. U. 4. Marion, K.
A new 12o o Incubator of the best make will be driven
Free to the Lady or Child lending tie the largest number of
paid up yearly subscriptions by Oct. Slat, at 2f cents each.
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS AND SAMPLE COPY.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY.
PAID IN PENNIES
40,000 Turned Over in One Deal
Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 9 -A
chest containing 275 pounds of
p is on deposit at a bank
here today to the credit of Carl
W. Stordant, a real estate man.
The pennies, more than 40,000
in all, were turned over
as an initial payment to bind
the sale of a downtown restaurant-
The purchaser, a cafe
owner, had taken in the pennies
over his bar during a long course
of years. He had made a habit
of brushing all the pennies he
received into a slot which connected
with a chest in the cellar.
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i J. B. KEVIL.
! NOTARY PUBLIC
Abstracting A Specialty,
:; Surveying and Draught-
ROOM 1. PRESS BLDG.
iiXJOGKWKlfK ". K X'UMX HX K
Zebra Handsomest Animal.
The zebra is, perhaps, of all
quadrupeds the best made and
most beautifully clad by the hand
of nature. To the figure and
graces of the horse, it adds the
elegance of the stag; and the
black and white bands with
which its body is ornamented
are arranged with such wonder
ful symmetry that we mig'it almost
be disposed to imagine that
rule and compass had been em
ployed in their formation. Those
alternate bands are narrow, parallel
and exactly separated.
They extend not only over the
body, but the head, thigh and
legs and even over the ears and
tail. Thev follow so exactly the
contour of the different forms
that they exhibit the entire figure
in the most advantageous
point of view. In the female
these bands are alternately black
and white. In the male they are
black and yellow, but always of
a lively and brilliant tint. They
also rest upon a ground of short,
tine and copious hairs, whose
luster considerably augments the
general oeauiy oi me colors.
Kansas City Star.
FOR SALE. Seven year old
black mare mule on 12 months
time with security,
Ira Bradburn. R. F. D. ".
IP e e 4o
i R. F.
IN OLD KY.
WOULD NOT SURPRISE OLLIE.
Senator-elect the Hon. Ollie M.
James of Marion, Ky., was a
guest of the Seel bach Hotel today
enroute to his home in Marion,
where he will rest up a bit
before going to the West for a
long speaking campaign.
Mr. James has been assigned
to deliver a number of speeches
in Indiana and then goes further
West. He will remain in Marion
several days and suck lemons
to get his voice in trim, and as
soon as he is in condition start
"It looks as if Wilson will carry
Kentucky by 100,000" said the
big Cnngressman this morning,
' 'and is going to get a big Republican
vote. Mr. Wilson is as
progressive as any progressive,
and you will be surprised at his
vote here this fall.
"A man who cannot see a Wilson
victory ahead of us this year
must be blind. " Louisville Ev
WILLIAMS' KINNEY 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 a flabby appearance of the face,
and under the eves? A frequent desire
to pass urine? If so, Williams'
Kidney Pills will cure you Druggut
Price 50 cents. -Williams M'f'g., Co.,
Cleveland. Ohio. Sold only by J. H.
Orme, Marion, Kv.
Brothers Executed for
Murder of Negro.
Eddyville, Ky., Sept. 27. -Two
negroes Charles and James
Smith, brothers, were executed
in Eddyville prison this morning
for the murder of an aged
negro at Maysville some time
ago. Charles bmith went to the
chair first and was electrocuted
at 4:15 while his brother paid the
death penalty at 4;33. Both
made brief speeches before the
current was turned on.
The executions were witnessed
by fourteen persons, officials
of the prison and attending
sicians and accomplished without
'a hitch, each man being pro-
nounced dead in less than two
WlM yOli tB6l scou ed raged, nervous con-
tiroii, worried or despondent it is
sure sign y.m need MOTT'S NERVE
KINE PILLS. They renew the normal
vigor and make life worth living.
Be sure and ask for MOTT'S NERVE-RINE
PILLS. Price $1.00 by drug
gists. Williams M'f'g. Co., Props.'
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J- H.
. Orme, Marion, Ky.
E mbalmer. &
. Only Licenced F mbalmer in this County.
All calls answered promptly, day 1
or night. Nice funeral car, J
Good team, Careful Driver. J
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