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V PAGE TWO THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS JAN. 23, 191$
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Notice to All Road Hands.
On motion at a special term of
Fiscal court of Jan. 7. 1913, it
was ordered that the roads of
Crittenden county be worked by
hands to be warned in by the
County Road Engineer, or his
assistants, and all able bodied
male citizens of the county over
the age of IS years and under
the age of 30 .ears, except licensed
ministers of the gospel
and citizens of incorporated
towns and cities, are required to
provide themselves with necessary
tools and implements, and
to york on public roads of the
.county, not exceeding two days
in a weak and six days in each
year, provided, however that
any road hutid may pay to the
county engineer, the sum of
three dollars. ($3.00) on or before
the 1st day of June, of any
year, and upon payment of said
sum, he will thereby be released
from work upon the road during
the said year. The County Road
Engineer shall immediately pay
over said sum so paid to him, to
the county treasurer, who shall
place same to the credit of road
fund, and same shall be applied
and used in the employment of
graders, plows, and teams and
hands to work upon the roads of
the county when needed. And
said treasurer shall keep a
account of such funds from
that paid to him by the sheriff.
In employing hands to work
upon said roads the County Engineer
shall pay the prevailing
wages in the neighborhood where
said work is done, not however,
to exceed 1.50 nor less than
$1.00 per day, for each day of
eight hours. In view of this
fact I am now prepared to give
receipts to all who want to pay,
M. A. WILSON.
County Road Engineer
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY.
gives instant relief and an absolute
cure in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis
and Hay Fever. Sold by druggists;
mail on roceipt of price $1.00. Trial
Package bv mail 10 cents.
Williams M'f'g., Co., Props. Cleve
land, Ohio. Sold only bv J. H. Orme
Hgypt Has Wonderful
In Egypt a puppet king, known
as the Khedive, who is simply a
vassal of the British crown, has
just opened a ceremonial dedication
of the elevation of the
dam. The object of this
engineering work is simply to
add 1,000,000 acres to the cultivable
fields of Egypt. As well-watered
lands in Egypt are worth
$G00 per acre, it may be understood
that here is a chance for
large extension of agricultural
It is significant that this increase
in the wealth of Egypt is
sufficient to pay the whole debt
of the country, most of which
has come down from a former
generation, when Ismail Pasha
was the ruler of the Nile and
borrowed about $GOO,000'000, for
which he possibly got 20 per cent,
value, and plunged his country
into political and financial difficulties
which are still in the
course of settlement.
It is a marvelous exposition of
modern science that its application
is producing results which,
could they have been accomplished
five or seven thousand years
ago, would have changed the
history of the world.
What irrigation has done for
the arid valley of the Nile and
for all Egypt in a measure, good
turnpikes would do for old Crittenden.
If we could persuade
ourselves to spend $100,000.00 on
turnpikes and iron bridges the
wealth or value of the county
would be enhanced a half million
Famous Stage Beauties
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They
don't have them, For all such troubles
use Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. It glorifies
the face. Excellent for Eczema
or Salt Rheum, it cures sore lips,
chapped hands, chilblains: heals burns,
cuts and bruises. Unsurpassed for
piles. 25 cents at Haynes & lay lor s
and James H. Orme's.
My entire herd of choice Jersey
cattle, 30 head of milch cows,
9 two-year-old springers, 11
yearling heifers. Must be sold
at once. Call or write to,
J. A. Wilson,
Cum. phone R. F. D. No. 3
j94t Fredonia, Ky.
I am a candidate for Jailer of
Crittenden County subject to the
action of the Democratic prima
ry, 1st Saturday in August, and
desire the vote and influence of
every man who wants a good
JOHN CHRISTIAN SPEES.
CUR fell ;
THE KNIFE !
Pllas, Vistula Vltsuro and all diseases
adrerttaamant, they live In lour. or
Jacob Stork, Oellevllle.
Louis Alt, St. Louis.
H. Rubelman, St. Louis.
Information of eraatralun to ant
rectal trouble, and hundreds of testltnon
troatmeat er not you are welcome to bo
..., 5T.L8UIS, MO.
FrotnidlDc Men. Itching Pllei, Dleedlnr
of tb lUatuB MKI under a potlllvo
YIU PAY NOTUIK UNTIL CURED.
tht partita whaaa cimu I publish In this
adJolalnfCaunty. Icnrsd THEM andoao
Marlon Stephtnson, Newbern.
W. T. Aydalott, Greenfield.
Wm. H. Sturoaa, St. Louis, Mo.
SENI FOR MY 172 M8E FREE
and peitaaa paid. These txska cealaluiaich
oie atfllewd with pile aay form of
letters, wneintr job taaa
. Write to-day It will
on MirV MITI4
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Raw Wst:rijtl Id Chsap, but the
Amount of Brains Mixed With.lt In
Manufacture Means Profit or Loss.
Some ii'iiM i-ao a HoosIit farmer begun
to breed i ie weed corn. At one
of the Rivnt national cum allows, beld
nt Chicago, ho took the llrut prize for
a Bhifcle ear of corn. The rule
thin exhibit wms thtit the ear taking
(l':t prize became the property of
the c ni show. The farmer was in
ilespiii' i itll he I eur lie J that this "ImM
ear in tlu world" would' be mold at
public auction to the highest bidder.
He determined he must keep thin ear
of corn for seed on bin own farm at
any cost UK BOUGHT THE EAlt
Every one said he was crazy to pay
such it price for a single oar of corn.
Of course any other ear of the same
weight and costing about 1VG cent
would have fed as much stock or made
ns many cornmeal batter cakes for
breakfast. Why was ho willing to
pay such a hiifte price for the corn?
He was not buying corn at all. HE
WAS BUYING THE WtAINS HE
HIND ITS I'ltODUCTION.
Haw material It cheap; the amount
of brains mixed with it in its manufacture
fixes Its market value. A
piece of window glass Is cheap: a
watch crystal is more expensive; a
lens for a tine camera Is quite expensive;
tho objective for a great tele
scope may cost a small fortune. What
Ik true of corn or any raw material Is
true of men. A fine, strong, vigorous
man can Ik? bought for ?2 bh a lalwrer.
Mix brains enough for him to handle
it seotlon gang, and ho will bring $3
Mix brains enough to (It him for a
A 500 EAlt OF CO UN.
conductor, and he will bring $-1 to $.'
per day on the market
Enough brains to handle a great
railroad uystem, and he brings $100
er day on the ope'i market.
All values in the market of the
world are educated brain values.
The cheapest education is the best.
for the efficient, well educated man
is the high priced commodity.
Painting and Grapofruit.
"You say that 'eacher want you
to Ret some paint an' a paint brush.
Bobby?" exclaimed a farmer.
"Yes, sir. to paint pictures with."
answered his eight-year-old hopeful.
"Do you know when I went to
school I had lots of old blue back spellers
nn hickory lie an' no frills or furbelows.
I reckon. I'll have to get 'em
for you. but it looks like a plumb
waste of time, thLs palutln' of pictures."
His good wife smiled behind her
glasses and kept on sewing. Some
time later, when Bobby was fast
asleep, she adroitly asked the man enveloped
In the blue haze of White
Hurley, "Rob, what did you get when
you were in town this afternoon?"
"Why. I got those repairs for the
shredder that had come by express, an
I saw some nice grapefruit an' oranges
an' brought a few along. Why?"
"What was tho use of brlngln' them
home? You knew wo Ixid plenty of
bacon, potatoes, beans an' coffee In the
pantry, didn't you?"
Gradually the man struggled out of
the smoke long enough to exclaim,
"One reason I got 'em was to please
you. Great Scott don't you ever get
worked out. tired to death of fat meat
an' coffee, woman?"
"Of course I do. an' I like grapefruit
an' all kinds of odds an' ends to give
mti au appetite for the plain, substan
tlal things. But." and a pleasant mis
chievous smile spread over her soft,
motherly face, "you an' I were raised
on fat meat, coffee an' lots of hickory
lie, weren't we. Bob?" .
For a moment the man's face wore a
puzzled look. Suddenly his face clear
ed, and he laugl'ed heartily nndsnid:"!
reckon I was kinder hard on Bobb
Just now. You are right things are
different now. an' they're a lot better
than they used to be. I see what you
are drlvln' at. mother. Yes, the teach
er wants to use the palntln" like a kind
er relsh or side dish to keep up theli
appetite for the rest of the everyday
The natural resources of any
nro limited The only resource that I
without a limit Is human brains.
ocroiuia, acromious Humors, Ulcers,
Humors and Pimples on the Face, Constipation, Headaches
Pains in the Beck, and all Blood diseases from any cause.
awBi lii Mar!' Vr
to the malaria
entirely out of
I mS I-4 ia
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Is Aviation Lawful?
Continued aviation fatalities
raise the question whether mankind
has any right to risk their
lives in the conquest of the air.
That either men or angels can do
a thing does not imply the moral
right. Prior to thev flood the
angels had power to appear in
human form, but instead of using
that power in a legitimate
attempt to aid mankind to resist
the encroachments of sin, they
undertook to infuse new life it
into the dying race by imarrying
human wives and rearing families.
The record is, "The sons of
God saw the daughters of men
that they were fair and they
took them Iwives." (Gen. 6,7),
with the result "that there were
giants in thosedays when
the daughters of men bare
children unto them. The same
became mighty men which were
of old men of renown" ;Gen. 6;4
These angels thus sinned aganst
the law of their beings, and in
mercy to us God sent the flood
to wipe their hybrid posterity
from the earth. Since then tho
fathers of those unauthorized
children have been forbidden to
appear in human form, and their
only way of making themselves
known to men now is through
spirit mediums and other devotees
of the black arts.
If these angels thus sinned,
not against a written law, but
against the law of their being.
Is not man sinning against a law
"After four m our family had died
of conaumptlon I waa taken wit'
a frightful cough and lung trrWe,
but ni7 life was saved and I gained
87 pounds through using
W. B. .Patterson, 'Wellington, Tox.
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the person taking it, yet so extremely fatal
germ that in most cases it drives the poison
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Cure Your Kidneys
For Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Disease?,
which, if neglected, often leads to Bright's
Disease. KIDNEY FLUSH is a safe, speedy
and satisfactory remedy for long standing
trouble, possessing a wonderful antiseptic power
Sort Smith, JlrA., 71.
11.00 for wfcleh tod roe lb ho mentioned SS.CO
For Dtood Ailratnli from trir iu) J 1. 00
CHIL-LAX. IPorCblllt, Mtltria, Fe.tr, Aucl SI 00
ITM " RHEUMATISM REMEDYI 12 0O
klONBYFLUSH. KIlarwdDIddrDiwMM S1.00
T(i1y.I.. S5 0O
mlrr 11 M arllSIn ill itmmSi (ram I Ml dltt. croWdtd tht
uwo tad arc cxiciir u ttcommtaiti. 1 tm to
OVT OUT AND MAIL TO VS
of his being in attempting the
conquest of an element in which
he is by nature entirely helpless?
It seems probable. One thing is
certain when Messiah's kingdom
is established in the earth
"they shall not hurt nor destroy
in all my holy mountain (kingdom)."
(Isa. 11 ;9). Every improper
and useless thing including
the microbes of desease and
pestilence, will be destroyed;
and unless it can be made to
serve some real purpose so that
will aid transportation instead
of war it is hard to see why its
continued use will be permitted.
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures Kidney
and Bladder Troubles, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheurnutistn and all
of kidneys and bladder in both
men and women. Regulates bladder
troubles in children. If not sold by
your druggist, will be sent by mail on
receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is
two months' treatment, and seldom
fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists.
MAILS HIS CORK LEG
Weighing Clerk Near Collapse
When Freak Parcel is
Louisville, Ky., Jan. 10. The
parcels post clerks have been
asked to accept for mailing everything
conceivable under eleven
pounds in weight. The climax
was reached yesterday afternoon
when the "leg of John
Jones" was presented for weighing
to Clerk I. C. Banta. Mr.
Banta turned pale, stammered
and was on the verge of collapsing,
when it was explained to
him that the leg was cork.
'it - l' ' llgTT
Drives Of! 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
I Discovery. "My husband believes it
'has kept him from having pneumonia
three or four time," writes Mrs, Geo.
W. Place Rawaonville, 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.
UNITED FIGHT ON
Is Planned by the Growers of
the Stemming District.
Henderson, Ky., Jan. 16.
Fully two thousand farmers in
Henderson county attended the
mass-meeting yesterday and voted
unanimously to refuse the offer
of the Imperial Tobacco Company
for part of the pooled tobacco
in the stemming district
at 7 cents.
The growers all joined the
five-year pool and will quit grow
ing tobacco until the trusts buy
their products at living prices.
As soon as the five-year pool1
is perfected an effort will be
made to get other tobacco associations
in Kentucky to join for
a united fight against the tobacco
We tell yoahaiT. and car best market
VTr re ':aler; ratal lUhed
' i ' BB". T it; . ou
to i .- ' merchants.
References any banlc in
Write for weekly price list.
M. SABEL & SONS
& 33 E. Mirtlt , lOUISItllf, IT.
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