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TWO THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS - -" ,14, 1913
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COME ALONG WITH US
We Want You
To know that we are doing a
clean, well-managed, straight
forward banking business
The wonderful increase in our
business is evidence of the
confidence and good will of
Courtesy, fair treatment and
every accommodation consistent
with sound banking, is to
be had here at all times.
Do you want Us to show
Open an account with us and
you'll always stay with us,
Marion Bank of Marion, Ky.
Capital, Surplus & Profits $45,670.28
We are designated a U. S. Government Depository.
J. W. BLUE, President, SAM GUGENHEIM, Vice President,
J. V. HAYDEN, 2nd Vice President, TF
T. J. YANDELL, Cashier, D. WOODS, Assistant Cashier. JL
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(Delayed from lastweek.)
Big frost Nov. 4th.
A good revival in progress at
"Union church under charge of
Elders Carter and Miller.
R. G. Manley is building an
addition to his house. J. H.
Price is the carpenter.
A little child of Bunk Perry
was dangerously hurt by a
Jhorse Saturday evening. The
child was playing in the yard
when attacked by the pony, and
"but for the timely interference
have soon been killed. The doctor
was called and several stitches
were necessary for an ugly
wound on the head.
New Acetaline lights have been
received for Union church house,
a gift to the church from John
H. Grimes, of Eskew, Ark.
The Board of Health was in
Levias again last week and raised
a flag at Reuben Wheeler's. Two
cases of scarlet fever there.
Carson Franklin and family,
of Marion, visited friends and
relatives here last week.
Ulie Threlkeld, the singing
evangelist of Crayne, is helping
of a passer by, the child would . in the meeting here.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE
FIVE MARION PRECINCTS
Owing to the recent Democratic victory and the election of
Woodrow Wilson to the office of President of the United States;
and knowing according to the usual custom, that sometime in the
future, it will fall to his lot to appoint, upon proper recommendation
some one as Postmaster at Marion, and it having been agreed that
the fair and proper way to arrive at the will of the patrons of said
office, as to their choice who should fill same it has been agreed
that an election shall be held at sometime in the near future, at
which time all Democrats and supporters of Woodrow Wilson will
have an opportunity to vote by secret ballot for the applicant of
their choice. This is absolutely fair and all those wishing to apply
for said position will have ample time to announce themselves, and
see the voters. Feeling that I could discharge the duties of the
office as satisfactorily to the patrons perhaps, as anyone, I have be
come a candidate for said office, and I trust that my Democratic
friends in the five precincts will come out on the day fixed, and
give me their support. I may never ask that favor of you again:
Three times I have borne the brunt of the battle, when there' was
but little or no hopes for an election, and when no other one would
lead the fight, when I myself would like to have remained out of it
but at the earnest request of my party have sacrificed my own
interest and headed the ticket to fight the battles of Democracy,
and save the organization of the party, Now my Democratic friends
have the opportunity to do for me, what they have so often lead
me to believe they wanted to do. I ask you to stand by me one
more time, I can win in this fight with your support. I entered
this contest in good faith. I have no petition in circulation nor is
any necessary and no one who signs a petition for any candidate is
bound by it. If the appointment was to be made upon the petition
)f applicant to the President, as has been customary then a
ion would be necessary, but as suggested by Senator-elect Ollie
31. James and agreed upon by all applicants so far, an election is
tP, "goWJgit, then a p.efion could, not be CQn.sjdene4.2nd could not Je
used for any purpose, except the one unfair purpose to prevent the
voter from feeling.free to vote for the applicant of his choice at the
polls. I hope no one will feel himself bound by any petition, which
he may have signed but will wait until all applicants are in the
field and select from them the man of his choice, giving to all applicants
a square deal. Confidently believing that my friends will
not in this the one opportunity they have in rewarding me for past
'sacrifices, desert me. I remain,
J. G. ROCHESTER.
McCracken Will Not Place Tree on
It is not likely that McCracken
county will be represented on
the capitol grounds by a tree as
is desired by the State officials.
The post oak tree was assigned
as the representative of McCracken
county. County Judge
Alben W. Barkley is not particu
larly impressed with this tree as
a representative of the county.
The expense of planting the tree
will have to be borne by the Co.,
and this is another drawback.
Another reason for the delay
Jufoe Barkley says that he does
not think this is the best season
of the year to transplant a tree.
A tree has been assigned to
every county, but only about 50
out of the 120 counties have responded
by planting a tree on
the lawn of the capitol grounds.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
It absorbs the tumors, allays itching
at once, acts as a poultice, gives instant
relief. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment is prepared for Piles and
itching of the private parts. Druggists,
mail 60c and $1.00. Williams
Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. O.
Sold only by J. H. Orme.
Illinois University Endorses
Hon. Eugene Davenport, in a
recent interview, expressed himself
as follows, relative to the
International Live Stock Exposition,
which will, this year be held
from November 30 to December
"It is a mistake to sunnoso
that the promotion of agricultural
interests affects only the farmers.
The truth of the matter
is that other people are more irf
terested and more affected by
agricultural progress than are
the farmers themselves. Along
the line of live stock husbandry
the greatest public need is that
the common man should enjoy
good animal products. It is a
simple proposition when reduced
to its lowest terms, but to secure
the products at a reasonable
price means that every man
specializing in live stock must
employ every device known, and
discover many more not known
to improve the quality of his
product as well as to lessen the
cost of production. To this end
no single agency bears greater
results than the bringing together
each year at the International
Live Stock Exposition, Union
Stock Yards, Chicago, specimens
of the best cattle, horses,
hogs, and sheep that the world
has been able to produce. Such
a gathering takes place this fall
and not only farmers but men in
all kinds of business enterprise
in the country should support
and attend the exposition."
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY.
gives instant relief and an absolute
cure in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis
and Hay Fever. Sold bv druggists:
mail on roceipt of price $1.00. Trial
Package by mail 10 cents.
Williams M'f'g., Co., Props. Cleve
land, Ohio. Sold only bv J. H. Orme
Would Salute Red Flag
Rather Than "Old Glory."
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov.
13. The persistent refusal of
Lena Tyler, 13 years old, to salute
the American flag and recite
a patriotic formula led today to
her suspension from the Franklin
public school here . "I don't
want to salute any flag," said
the child, "but if I must I will
salute the Socialist flag, which
stands for liberty and justice."
10 bars good Laundry soap
ARE YOU SICK?
Card of Thanks.
To all who in any way assisted
us, or extended sympathy and
kindness in the recent illness
and death of mother and grandmother
Moreland. We desire to
extend our sincere thanks, and
pray Divine blessings upon each
of you. Dr. C. G. Moreland and
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We tell you how. and pay best ma rket
:l viriro w mi.m. . . .
i in 1BC8; and can do BUTTER for you
ifjj than agents or commission
kfl chants, inferences any banklnlm.
'aj Isvllle. Write for weekly price list.
M M. SABEL & SONS
J 217-29-31 & 33 E Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY.
ueaiers in runs, tnuts, wuul.
A daring theft Jack wrought
On charming little Rose;
He stole the thing he wanted
Right beneath her very nose.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
ODe dark brindle steer calf,
about 18 months old, from my
farni'On the Ohio river. Information
or return will be paid for.
If marked, swallow fork right,
under bit left.
J. S. Ainsworth.
A TEXAS WONDER
The Teias Wcnder cures kidney and
bladder TfOllbleS,removing gravel, cures
diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism
and all irregularities of the
kidneys and bladder in both men and
women. Regulates bladder troubles
in children. If not sold by your druggist;
will bo sent by mail on receipt of
$1.00. One small bol tie is two months'
treatment, and Beldom fails, to perfect
a cure. Send for testimonials from
this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive" street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold
25cts. Wilborn s Grocery by druggists.
For Poison Blood
Purifies the Blood,' Cleanses the Liver,
Clears the, Skin, Strengthens the Nerves,
Increases the nDncrire. Fnr Clatnrrh.
Scrofula, Scrofulous Humors, Ulcers,
Humors and Pimples on the Face, Constipation, Headache,
rains in' the Back, and all Blood diseases from any .cause!
-7-y J3'v;iffcJr. law.
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am wrffl S3 a&fnTJT'OaW.
For RHEUMATISM and GOUT, deep-seated
and apparently hopeless cases, any
age or condition. Used by Specialists in
every Quarter of the Globe. Pleasant to take
Don't waste time with compounds, cure-alls and liniments
For "Chills & Fever
Of all scientific Chill, Malaria and Ajt
cures, "CHIL-LAX" is the world's great-est.
Absolutely sure, safe and harmless to
the person taking it. vet so extremclv fata!
to the malaria germ that in most cases it drives the poison
entirely out of the system in 3 days. A Mild Family Laxativp
The New Discovery
Cure Your Kidneys
For Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases,
which, if neglected, often leads to Bright'
Disease. KIDNEY FLUSH is a safe, speedy
and satisfactory remedy for long standing
KIDNEY trouble, possessing, a wonderful antiseptic power
inHtytfPBQyiiHi S K
Snternattonal 3)rag Company,
Sort Smith, 5trh 11. S. 3L
Find herewith St.OO for which (tod me the above mentioned $5.00 worth cl
RBMBDIES. (All Cherfct Prcpaldl
(For Blood Allmentt from ear ciuiel $1.00
C11IL.LAX. IForChillt. M.l.rl. Fevtr. Auel Sl.frt
UA, (The rett RHEUMATISM REMEDY) 12.00
JBY FLUSH. IKIdney.ndBl.dd.rDiie.ml $1.00
Tottl value $-5.00
I wJI Sead the other $1.0) within dx cnonthi. from thli date, provided the Rentdto
CURE above mentioned duenet end ire exactly it recommeoaea. i am to luoft.
CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US
And No Receipts, is Barkley's
Washington, Nov. 13. Judge
A. W. Barkley, Democratic can:
didate for Congress in the First
Kentucky District, has slipped a
cog in complying with the Federal
Corrupt Practices Law.
Saturday, Oct. 26, was the last
day on which reports under the
law could be mailed. Mr.. Barkley
mailed his report on Oct. 28.
He states that he has received
no contributions and has spent
nothing to be elected.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Rico come reports
of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Ramon T. Marchan, of
writes "Dr. King's New Discovery
is doing splendid work here.
It cured me about five times of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother
of a severe cold in his chest and more
than 20 others, who used it on my advice.
We hope this great medicine
will yet be sold in every drug store in
Porto Rico." For throat and lung
troubles there is nothing better. A
trial will convince you of its merit.
60c & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Haynes & Taylor and James
H. Orme. n
Lighting System Explodes
Lebanon Junction, Ky. Nov.
12. The Hocker Hotel, a large1
taining nearly forty rooms, was
destroyed by fire late this afternoon.
The loss will be $20,000.
The hotel was owned and conducted
by S. K. Clark, who
bought it from R. M. Hocker,
who operated it for many years.
Mr. Clark did not carry any insurance
and at the time of the
fire was making many substantial
improvements. The building
stood near the railroad station,
which for a time was in danger.
The fire was the result of the
explosion of a plant used in
lighting the hotel. During the
fire there was a second blaze,
which seriously burned R. L.
M'udd, a local jeweler.
Notice is hereby given to all
who are indebted to the estate
of J. VV. Paris deceased, that by
agreement between all of the
heirs of said J. W. Paris deceased
that Mrs. J. W. Paris is to
have all the property belonging
to said estate, including accounts
and all other indebtedness, and
no administrator is required.
And all persons who owe said estate
of J, W. Paris deceased are
hereby notified to settle said indebtedness
with the undersigned
as agent for said Mrs. J. W,
Paris. John B. Paris agent
for Mrs. J. W. Paris, address
Marion, Ky. R. 1.'
6t Oct. 21, 1912.
SALESMEN WANTED - To .
look after our interest in Crittenden
and adjacent counties. Sal-
Address VICTOR OIL 'CO
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steady to the last drop, Kor
the Sake Of evervnno 1n thn
family, Insist on having
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