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PAGE TWO THE CRITTENDEN MAR. 6, 191$
Everybody Who Is Interested In Building
New Buildings or repairing old ones seems to want to
know where the BEST place is to buy.
We are MANUFACTURERS operating Saw Mills
and Plaining Mm.. m Paducah. Ky., and Colfax, La.
When you get ready to buy Building Material, or Sills
of any kind, Store Fronts, Store Fixtures. Stairways,
Cabinet work of all kinds, write us direct and we will
quote you the best manufacturers price. In this way
you save the DEALER'S PROFIT and the COMMISSION
MAN'S commission and get the material as it
is graded by the Manufacturer and not after it has
been RE-GRADED. is Some instances, two or three
times by the dealer.
We have an architect regularly employed and we
will draw you plans of a rpsidence, store building, fixtures
We have no Agents or Commission Men, therefore,
we appeal to the consumer direct lor his business GUARANTEEING
GOODS H WORKMANSHIP according to
order. Write or phone your order, it will have prompt
President Taft Breaks
Record for Visiting.
Washington. March 4.
Taft will have set a record
for presidential traveling during
the four years of his incumbency,
when he returns from New
York Sunday. He will have
made 105 separate trips, totaling
114,400. Timiles, a distance more
than four and a half the circumference
of the earth. He has
taken three trips to the Manama
canal and twice across the continent.
He traveled less than
3,000 miles dunng his 1912 campaign I
for re- election.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
Jt 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 50c and $1.00. Williams
Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. O.
Sold only by J. H. Orme.
Made His Fortune on
"Pretty Soap " '
Evansville, Ind., March 4.
2few York, Indiana, Mississippi
and Illinois have accepted gifts
of a thousand dollars each to be
4ield in trust for 250 years and
three monthe, compounded annually
at 4 per cent, At the
end of the trust period each fund
will amount to $20,155,964.13
and is to be administered by the
governer for dumb animals.
Adolph Melzer, a retired soap
manufacturer, the donor, has
made a similar proposal to Kentucky,
among other states, but
it has not been acknowledged
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Tour dniKclst will refund money if FAZO
OINTMI5NT falls to cure any case of Itching,
Tlind, Bleeding or Protruding Plies in 6 to 14 days.
The fit st application elves Base and Kest. 50c.
A great many fence users don't really
know what quality Vf material manufacturers
put into their fences, nor how
they make them.
Your money goes for the fence you
buy. Why don't you find out what you
are petting for your money?
You don't buy cow3 or farm machinery
Made In Deferent Styles for HELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN,
CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN
Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh
you that some other
'PitUburch Perfect" Brand of n.rUed
Bright. Annealed & Galvanized Wire;
Cable Wire Hard bprinic Coil Wire)
.Diet: Poultry Nettlnc atones: Kesuiar
Naih; Galvanized Wire Naib: Large
Roofins NaiUl Single Loop BaleTiea;
Perfect" Fenclnc All made of Open
At my farm five milos east of
Marion, I will on Tuesday, March
11th, 1913, offer for sale the following:
Household and kitcher
furniture, farming implements,
wagon and harness, mower, hay
rake, and numerous other things,
Two mules 4 and 5 years old,
filly 2 years old, young Jersey
cow and calf. All sums of $5.00
and under, cash, over that 12
months note with approved security
before property is moved.
also wish to sell my farm of
102 acres, three-room house,
R. F. D. No. 5; Marion, Ky.
We are having fine weather
We are glad to report that ,
Stella Polk successfully passed '
the diploma at a
radeof 9GJ. !
G. L. B. Lott is a frequent
caller in our neighborhood.
What is the attraction, Barber?
Jim Meeks is doing a good
business with his spar mines.
P. S. Travis our candidate for
Assessor is busy electioneering.
Several of our young folks
attended the party at Ervan
Jones' Saturday night.
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures Kidney
and Bladder Troubles, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism 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, 2920 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists.
Dig Deep into the Details
and How the Fence you Buy ia
Test the fence before you buy and know
what your money goes for. Our new
sent freerto.ls how to test fence.
We don't care how many d iFerent irsakss
offence you test, you'll find '" Pittsburgh
Perfect," as made tcday, is test of all.
Perfect" and Insist on his furnishing It. Do
fence is just as good. If he doesn't ell it,
Twitted If you are
Fenc for FREE copy
Didn't Understand the Terms.
Most everybody in Harrisburg
knows "Billy" Casey, the gingery
Big Four switchman. He's
one of those happy, affable
who never met a stranger.
It has been said of him that he
was at one time in his life a
politician and a , ward heeler.
How much truth there may be
in it we are not in a position to
say, but there's one thing we do
know Mr. Casey is some classy
railroad man. There's a good
story going the rounds now
about our friend Casey, and
some of the boys say it's really
& 4iappeing. The story goes
A Harrisburg girl was gawking
around here one day last
week and was at the depot while
the trainmen were doing some
switching. As the train was
backing up Casey yelled to
another switchman: "Jump on
her as she comes by; run her up
beyond the ice plant and cut her
in two, and bring the head end
back to the depot." The girl
jumped up and down and yelled
"murder" as loud as she could,
and beat it back uptown.
ISP I PPIHiSH
I "U iW WaJI
W rt i f ,i. i our f'uiillv ' bad died M
ofr .. Mil .. h I takOi vit
K 1 -"" r and lunjc t ie, ,
i .. :; ..( , .v.j " u sica anal guinea
' 11 , rifa tnrough using
4?iXa VW6& &
: V. H. Patijrson, Wellington, Tex.
? P-'C- Z0t ?nc! SI 03 AT AU. OHUGCISTS,
For Sale or Exchange.
A pair of 1Q hand mare mules,
good matches, six and eight
years old, for cash or good note
or will exchange for a pair of
mares or horses.
R. F. D. No. 4; Marion, Ky.
I buy Chickens, Geese, Ducks, Turkeys,
Guinies, Peafowls, Rabbits,
and O'Possoms also Eggs, Butter Lard
Tallow, Beeswax, Bacon, Wool, Feath-
ers' Fur.s and a11 kmds of Pro
duce. Come to see me. C. R. Newcom
Next door west of Carnahan Bros.,
Anti-Cigarette Rill Passed
By Indiana Senate by 33 to 2.
Indianapolis, Ind., Feb, 28.
The Senate yesterday afternoon
passed the Hauck anti-cigarette
bill, making it unlawful for any
person under the age of 21 years
to smoke cigarettes. Only two
senators, Gers and Taylor, voted
against the bill, there were, no
speeches in opposition to it. The
final vote was 33 to 2.
I have 25 acres of mineral land
for sale or to lease to some mineral
company. This land is one-half
mile northwest of Mexico,
Ky., close to the railroad.
f204tp James King.
not allow him to persuade
write us direct.
interested In Wire Fencing, write
of our ALMANAC, 1913-
Pittsburgh Steel Co.
HVBEPYA. .IFW i J3jl frtVW, i.WlM.JS
1 Ha 1
t; BECTINO HiS
How I. ester Dryant, tho Boy Champion
Corn Grower of KontucUy, Will
Buy His Own Memorial With
Hi Record Crop of Corn.
One very frequently fours the remark.
"That fellow Ih erecting his own
nionunipiit." No one In the ItooknVJd
neighborhood Inst numnier ever thought
thnt Lester Ilrynut's record crop of
corn would be the iueium of bulletin;:
him a memorial. No one watching a
rigorous young:itor put his life and
soul Into the work ns he did could
hare forseen such an eTeut, a'ud yt If
the jiliins of the Hon. .7. V. Newman
carry, and they are sure to, the boy
will have erected his own memorial.
At the funeral of Lester Bryant a
few ilnys after his tragic death at
Washington Mr. Newman outlined hln
plan to a few close friends. The plan
was so unique and so easy of handling
that It was .soon .after decided upon.
Mr. Newman has bought Lester Bryant's
crop of fine Kentucky tested.
Boone County White seed corn from
the boy's father and had Dr. Mutchler,
th government expert In charge of
the Boys' Corn club movement, pick
out fifty bushels of extra seed corn
This carefully selected stock seed corn
will be offered for sale as the Lester
Bryant Strain of .Boone County White.
It will be sold at SI per ear. All the
money realized from the sale of this
remarkable corn will he placed In bank
at Frankfort to the credit of the Les-
Rent $ 5.00
Preparation of land 3.50
Total cost $19.02
148 buo. and 55 lbs. at 60c.. 89.20
ter Bryant uicinorhil fund. As there
will prolmhly ho at least 3,50- ears In
the fifty bushels i'tf corn, a magnificent
ironumont is sure to rise In the Howling
Green cemetery, where the hoy Is
All orders for tho corn should be
aent direct to Mr. Xewmnn's Frankfurt
ollice. The corn will be shipped to
those ordering from Howling Green.
Kentucky's Boys' Corn Clubs.
Tho Boys' Corn club movement Is
only two years old In this state, and
yet big things hnvo been accomplished.
The Corn club boys, several tlyusnnd
of them, are enthusiastic; but better
thnn enthusiasm are the results that
hnve come from tho work.
When the state champions met In
Washington this winter with the experts
who had charge of the work In
the various stntcs. there was naturally
a feeling of Intense rivalry. Twelve of
the southern states that had been pushing
the Boys' Corn club Idea for several
years, had records of 442 boys that
had grown over 100 bushels on nn acre.
Alabamu and Georgia each had over
100 boys with this record to their credit,
but both of these states had been
organized for club work for the past
eight years. It Is very gratifying to be
able to write that Kentucky, with nn
organization of only two years, made a
splendid record. Fifty-seven boys In
Kentucky this past season grew over
100 bushels of corn to tho acre. Hotr
many adult farmers did that well?
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'T'"1. I m II mill &$ m n re
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
ling Hie Stomachs andBovrch of
and Rest.ContaIiu ncKStr
Anerfect Remedy for COnsRpfr
t ion , Sour StoraaclLDlarrtwa
ami Loss or Sleep.
JfccSinulc Signature of
The Centaur Compatot,
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Several candidates have asked us in
regard to our charges for announcements
for county ollict'S. To all, we
sav that a uniform charge of $3 will be
made of each candidate announcing,
pajable at the time the announcement
is made. Editor.
Taken Up aS a StCay.
Tolu. Ky.. Feb. 15th, 1913.-This
day personally appeared before
me, R. MiIes,,of Tolu, Crit
tenden county, Ky., and posted
one Red Heifer calf.s about one
year old, a muley with white
face and white belly, a larfje red
spot under left eye and small
red spot under right eye. Was
appraised by R. G. Tinsley and
C. T. Riley, to be of the value of
($12.00) twelve dollars.
Subscribed and sworn to according
to law, this the 15th day
of Feb. 1913.
Chas. T. Riley, J. V. C. C.
Manure spreader, 1 wagon and
wire fencing, all heights at a
bargain. W. E. Belt,
pF34t Marion, Ky.
The Kind You Have yt
fT At Use
THC CCNTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY.
giver, instunt relief and an absolute
cure in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis
and Hay F"ei. old bv druj Hi3;
mail on roceipt of price ?1.00. Trial
Package bv mail 10 cents.
Williams M'f'g.. Co., l'ro)s. Clove
land, Ohio. Sold only bv J. H. Ormc
I Fashionable Church to
(jive Public Uance
Chicago, March 4. -To fight
the alleged evils of tho public
dance halls St. James Episcopal
church, the most fashionable in
Chicago, will give public dances
in its parish house, it was announced
Sunday. Lent will not
interfere. The first dance will
be Tuesday night.
Many of the city's best-known
social leaders have promised to
attend and dance with the shop
girls and office boys it is hoped
the pariah house dances will
lure away from the halls. A
nominal fee wilhbe charged.
Marion Chapter No 135
Order Eastern Star
Meet at Masonic Temple First and.
Third Monday in each month at 7;30 p.
m. Mrs. IDA L. STONE, Wortkr
down a chick's throat cures Gapes.
A few drops in the drinking water
Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea,
Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and other
MRS. W. R. GUNTKR. ot Concord, Va.. writes: "My chickens had eapes so bad last
summer that I could not raise any until I cot this medicine. It Is the best poultry remedy I
evtr utrd "
V S. S A RAH WELLS, of Lyons, Ind., writes: 'It beats anytblnc I ever tried (or capes.
I lust nut It In tho feed and drinking- water nnd tho chicks gut well."
M KS. W. I' B RACBY. of Bnskersvllle, Va., writes: "I have now used this medicine two
rears nnd I just could not raise any chickens without it. I bavo not had a case of capes since I
bt'L'an ulnc it."
MRS. W. R. VEODER. of Catikill. New York, writes: "I hnvo not lost a turkey stneo I
began uslntr It. I had fifty and bad used most everything else and lost all but thirty when I
ucard of thin remedy." "
WHITE HOUSE POULTRY FARM, of Huechel, Ky., writes: "We tried It on roup and
rapes and It knocked these diseases out of existence in threo days. It elves the chicks life and
visor and pulls them through tho critical stago in fino shape."
One SO Cent Bottle of
Bourbon Poultry Cure
Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine
Every poultry ra.scr should keep a
It as a preventive as well as a euro for
Freo Sample and Booklet on "Diseases
For Infants and Children.
bottle of this medicine on hand, and use
disease. SOLD BY ALL, DRUGGISTS.
ol Fowls" cent prepaid on request.
.BOURBON,, REMEDY CO., Mfg.Chomists, Lexington, Ky. ,-
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