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ec.5,1912' THE CRITTENDEN PAGE TH1
w HO c ARRIES Y our Insurance? i!
x Companies that have been tried right here in Marion and Crittenden county. Four of the companies in this Agency
paid Marion merchants thousands of dollars in the fire of 1905. if
This Agency writes ALL KINDS of Insurance, ie; Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Windstorm, Life, Health,
ao Accident, Etc. We can write your Bond. Why not let us write your- bond as administrator, Guardian, Etc? The
This Agency represents five of the BEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES doing business in this State.
cost is small, and the bond the best. Let us discuss this matter with you.
We Write The Best Farm Insurance In The Worfd Investigate!
No Agency Has
Mrs. Eudie Farmer has been
visiting relatives at Repton the
John Farmer, (colored) is going
to move to the Fritts hotel.
Pred Gillian has bought a tract
of timber from Tet Bebout.
James Franklin attended court
at Marion last week.
A Des Moines man had an attack of
muscular rheumatism in his shoulder.
A friend advised him to jo to Hot
Sprintrs. That meant an expense of
$150.00 or more. He sought for a
quicker and cheaper way to cure it
and found it in Chamberlain's Liniment.
Three days after the first application
of this liniment he was well.
For sale by all dealers.
(Delayed from lastweek.)
Protracted meeting is in progress
Mrs. E. E. Phillips and children
have returned home Jitter
spending the past week with her
mother at Blackford.
Martin Sutton is preparing to
build an addition to his residence.
School is progressing nicely.
John Guess and family attended
church at Enon Sunday.
Famous stage Beauties
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They
don't have them. For all such troubles
use Bucklen's Arnica Salve '.t glori
lies the face. Excellent for Ecxema
or Salt Rheum, it cures sore lips,
chapped hands, chilblains; heals burns,
cuts and bruise3. Unsurpassed for
pile?. 25 cents at Haynes & Taylor's
and James PI. Orme's.
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l(usc - reap.
The Corset that don't
rust, we have 'them to
fit any form, carried in
stock $1. to $2. Will or-der
Special from $1. to
$10. Sold by
Taylor & Cannan
(Delayed from last week.) i
Virgil Rodgers jumped from a '
loaded wagon while the team was '
running away. Wednesday last j
and broke his leg below the
knee, blood poison causing his
leg to be amputated Friday. He!
is a poor boy and he will now
have a hard time pulling through
Misses Lora Johnson and Nelle
Sutherland of Marion, were calling
at Mrs. Rose Mayes Sunday.
Dan Riley has hoge to Oklahoma
on a prospecting tour.
Young Holland and wife of
Kuttawa, are back in old Crittenden
for a while. They say
the birds sing more sweetly here
A very small wheat crop has
been sown here, the ground was
too dry to break this fall.
No tobacco has been stripped
for want of a season to handle it.
Miss Lola Claghorn, our school
teacher, has resumed her work
in school, after an absence of
Malice silently eats away the
very marrow and tenderness of
the heart. It hardens and petrifies
all the nobler sensibilities of
the soul. Its only dew to a wicked,
dishonest and malicious heart.
Our people are all busy this
pretty weather. In yonder field
we see the whistling plow boy
marching round and xound and
longing for the dinner horn to
blow. The stillness of the morning
air is broken by the sound of
the woodman's axe, and the
whistle of-the busy steam engine,
our cribs are being filled with
the golden ears of corn. All are
full of life, joy and gladness,
trying to make life worth living.
Could Shout For Joy.
I "I want to thank you from the bottom
of my heart," wrote C B. Rader,
of Lewisburg, W. Vu., "for the wonderful
double benefit I got from Electric
Bitters, in curing me of both a
severe case of stomach trouble and of
rheumatism, from which I had been
an almost helpless sufferer for ten
years. It suited my case as though
made just for me." For dyspepsia,
indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the
system of kidney poisons that cause
rheumatism Electric Bitters have no
superior. Try them. Every bottle is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents
at Haynes & Taylor's and James H.
TO Till; DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
OF MARION AND VICINITY
To the Democratic voters and
to my friends of the 5 Marion
Voting Precincts, I take this
method of announcing my candidacy
for the Office of Postmaster
at the Marion Post Office and
j humbly ask you as a friend and
lone of you (o please consider my
candidacy and extend to me your
support and influence according
to your confidence in my worthi
Jtfully,, appreciate the fact that
lam'asking'a.great deal of you
C. V. OAKLEY
THE FELLOW THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS.
in asking for your support for
this office and especially at this
time when many of you doubtless
have other friends that
would like to have your help and
under other conditions I would
not want or try to presume on
your friendship, but being disabled
from doing farm work or
any other kind of manual labor,
I am forced to hunt some other
kind of work to make a living for
myself and family and beg to assure
you that no one would appreciate
your support or try
harder to prove himself worthy
of the trus than I and if you see
fit to elect me as your choice for
this office, I promise you that
my appreciation shall be proven
by a faithful performance of the
service you demand.
-M. O. ESKEVV
Drives OH A Terror.
The chief executioner of death in
the winter and spring months is pneumonia.
Its advance agents are colds
and grip. - In any attack by one of
these maladies no time should be lost
in taking the best medicine obtainable
to drive it off. Countless thousands
have found this to be Dr. King's New
Discovery, "My husband believes it
has kept him from having pneumonia
three or four times," writes Mrs. Geo.
W. Place, Rawsonville, Vt., "and for
coughs, colds and croup we have never
found its equal." Guaranteed for all
bronchial affections. Price 50 cents
and $1.00. Trial bottle free at James
H. Orme's and Haynes & Taylor's.
(Delayed from last week.)
Mrs. Chas. Ratcliff of Princeton
was with her daughter, Mrs.
W. S. Rice, several days last
H. C. McGoodwin and niece,
Mrs. Lillie Cambell of Princeton
were the guests of Mrs. Minnie
Wigginton last Sunday.
Mrs. Hugh Mays and daughter
of Princeton and Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. F. Rice, were the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Broekmeyor last
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rice, and
Miss Imogene Wigginton spent
several days last week in
with Mrs. Marvin Charles.
Mrs. J. Frank Hughes is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Walton
Bringle at Covington, Tenn.
R. B. Ratcliff of Princeton was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Rice last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson
of Paducah and little daughter,
Jennie, spent several days last
week with J. R. Jackson and
Mrs. Jake Cridor returned
returned from Hopkinsville,
Monday of last week having
been with her daugnter, Mrs,
Emmett Cooper for several
Miss Stella Clift one of
most estimable young ladies
and Mr. Peter Spickard of
Crider were married Sunday afternoon
at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. James Ray.
The ladies of the United Presbyterian'
Church will serve their
annual Thanksgiving dinner atj
Rice's Hall next Thursday at
R. Z. Rice will move into his
new residence this week.
Ve wish to call your attention to the
fact that most infectious diseases such
as whooping cough, diptheria and
scarlet fever are contracted when the
child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will quickly cure a cold and
greatly lessen the danger of contracting
these diseases. This remedy is
famous for its cures of colds. It contains
no opium or other narcotic and
may be given to a child with implicit
confidence. Sold by all dealers.
(Delayed from last week.)
John Campbelland wife moved
near Dycusburg last week.
Quite a number from this place
attended the sale at Mr. Martin's
Earl Belle spent Sunday night
with his brother, Warren, near
Nowel Grimes the little son of
John Grimes is dangerously ill
at this writing.
No diptheria yet at this place.
Mrs. Pollie Patton visited her
sister, Mrs. Birdie EPeek near
Emmaus last week.
Mrs. Nannie Patton was visiting
in the Caldwell Springs section
Prof. Ward who is teaching at
Bcaz district, took part of his
pupils to Marion, Nov. 20tb,
to attend the Farmers Institute.
Tho3e who did go report a most
interesting and delightful trip.
Mrs. William H. Campbell is
in very poor health.
Sam Guess and family of Lyon
county, were.visiting Onie Duncan
and family and Bob Guess
and wife Saturday night and
M. L. Patton attended church
at Caldwoll Fprinps Sunday and
visited his brother, Jim, at this
Bob Guess has moved on his
place which he bought near
Rev. Franks preached at excellent
sermon at Seven Springs
the second Sunday in November
using as a text, the third chapter
of the first Epistle General of
Peter and the 15th verse. "But
sanctify the Lord God, in your
hearts, and be ready always to
give an answer to every man
that asketh you a reason of the
hope, that is in you, with meekness
5 MiFrtS '.
We. tell vou how. anil pty best market
Firiccs. We are deaters: established
n 'Sw8; atidcnn do DBTriJR for you
tliuu agents or commission merchants.
Kefereuceaeny bank In
Vrit? for weeitly price list.
(VI. SA3EL & SONS
223t &3J c. raartat si, iojisville, kt.
ooaiors in niuti, wuuu.
Office over Farmers Bank
Notice to the Public.
On account of the fire which
destroyed our building and stock
we have moved temporarily to
the rear of Givens' butcher shop
and will pay highest market
Drice in cash for Produce of all
kinds. -C. R. NEWCOM.
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DR. FRANKLINS' POLITE
By A. W. MACY.
Dr. Benjamin Franklin was
noted for his politeness, though
he not Infrequently tinged It
with sarcasm. In 1774 he was
dismissed by the British gov.
ernment from the office of surveyor
general of the postofflco
In America, no reason being assigned
except that his majesty
tho king had no further need for
his services. Two years later
the Continental congress appointed
him postmaster general
of all Nortn Amerlea; whereupon
he could not resist the
temptation to write the English
minister that the British government
need not worry any
more about postal affairs In
America as they had again
been placed In competent hands.
Some months after the opening
of tho war he summed up the
situation thus In a letter to a
friend In England: "The English
have made a campaign
here, which cost two million;
they have gained a mile of
ground, and lost half of It back
again. They have lost 1,500
men and killed 150 Yankees.
Meantime we have had between
50,000 and 70,000 children born.
How long will It take to conquer
(Copyright, 1911, by Joseph B. BowIuJ
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Oldest Man in the World.
Chicago, Nov. 6. Wah Hagun
Ta, Chief Fire Maker, a Black-foot
Indian from the Glacier reservation,
said to be 131 years old,
is on his way to attend the lard
So far as is known, Chief Fire
Maker is the oldest human being
in the world. He is said to have
been born in the region now
known as Glacier National Park
WANTED. Crystals of
and typical ores of West
Kentucky district. Will purchase
specimens suitable for
-H. K. MASTERS Marion, Ky.
When you have n bilious attack pivo
Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They
are excellent. For sale by all deaUrs.
FOR SALE:-One set of corn
burrs, at a bargain.
J. T. VINSON,
R.F.D. No. 1., Fredonia, Ky.
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