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Afra. Sickly "Oh, dear Anty
Drudge, don't think I'm lazy,
neglecting my wash this way,
but I sprained my back lifting
the washbcyler this morning
and I can't move for the
Anty Drudge '1 don't think
you're lazy. I think you're
plain foolish. Tho idea of
boiling and hard - rubbing
clothes when you can use
Soap and have
an easy day."
your wash boiler
and try Anty
Soap your clothes
well with Fels-Naptha
them in cool or
for about thirty
you do something
Come KacK, rub
them lightly, rinse and
hang them out. Then
go and sit down for a
few minutes before
you have to get dinner,
and think how
easy your washing
Full direction on t9 Tti end
FeU Co Philadelphia.
Bids Wanted For
County Poor House.
In compliance with an order of the
Crittenden County Fiscal Court, on
the 7th day of October, 1913, I hereby
advertise for bids to keep the county
poor house of Crittenden county Ky.,
for the year, 1914, said bids are required
to be sealed and presented to
the Fiscal Court, which will convene
at the Court House in Marion, Ky., on
the 8th day of November, 1913, at nine
o'clock, A. M., at which time and
place members of said court will let
contract to lowest and best bidder.
The person awarded the contract
shall keep, feed, care for, and in case
of sickness nurse all paupers so placed
in said poor house, and shall have the
washing and sewing for said paupers
done without extra expense to the
couaty, but said person awarded said
contract she. 11 be permitted to work
any and all paupers that are able to
wjrk in doing the washing and dewing
and in keeping and caring for said
paupers; and said person awarded con
tract shall furnish all coal and fuel
necessary for said poor house, and
shall furnish every thing necessary for
BHid.paupeca except medicine, doctors
and material for dothiag, which will
be furnished by the county, all other
expenses to be borne by said party
awarded the contract. And said party
'awarded contract shall truly provide
for all paupers committed to said poor
house with a sufficiency of good, whole
b ome food end sufficient fires to keep
them comfortable and shall treat them
in kind and humane tnasaer.
Bidders shall rabsait with their bids
the names of sureties they propose to
give on their bonds.
L. E., GUESS,
Clerk Crittenden Co., Fieeal Cowt.
HDEly, of Jtanhus. CU Kffated
.frost horrible ulcww Tjtefeetfer ff
years, uoetor aamea. aaspeMtMa,
bst fee recaeed aM'etitaaty trie
Buckiea's Arnlea Satfe a kst, .resort
He .then wrete'I' mmI
and my feet was seon sesapletoty
cared." Best remedy for bairaa? euMl'
burses ana" ;ertwe ;Gtjbo, todays
EDWARD AMHERST OTT.
The impLlur lectures which Edward
An.u(rst Ott N plvlng on tho Lyceum
jili tforw ato biiiHi:c fruit In the way
nf hdviin ul legislation for tho
of the American people. His
lo tun on "Sour ('rapes," which treats
nt w&iilnne and -divorce, has been
glvuir uc;u ly 2,000 times. In, one of
tho states where It was given tho legislator
who Introduced 11 reform marriage
bill said ho got his Inspiration to
do no from henring Mr. Ott's lecture.
But, whether ho delivers this lecture
or one of'hN other subjects, ho
nllke forceful, entertaining and
Inspiring. He has appeared before
more than 8.000 audiences in America,
nnd more than 2.500 copies of his
EDWARD AMHERST OTT.
boohs hare been sold. American audiences
can scarce get enough of this
man arid his purposeful oratory.
Evory lecture should answer ono of
the fundamental inquiries of the mind.
If a lecture is also'humorous and highly
entertaining, 'so much tho better.
Although known as the purposeful
orator and author, Mr. Ott combines
much of humor and entertainment In
each of his lectures.
In. 1010 Mr.Otto(appcared at the original
New York Chautauqua In two lectures.
For .two years Mr. Ott was
president of the International Lyceum
Association, ami he has dono much for
the Lyceum and Ohautauqua movement
in general throughout the county-
WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEIE
bttrpontdtal tenner to (WrdilCoIg oU.UalTtnltT
Hi rrecldtnt bu mnol eipHetiee la mercantile
tad banking batlnwi, alio 3&0ra educating 10,000
roung mm and womm for itfrcftem. 0"Knternow.
AdditH HUBIJB B. SOUTH, lxlBgtoa, Kjr.
The M. W. Terrv farm three
miles east of Marion on the
Morganfield road, 150 acres,
well fenced and watered; 50
acres virgin timber; residence,
stock barn, and tobacco born.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
Chas. E. Terry or W. H. Jack-
son, P.. F. D. 4. 4tp
Nearly Every Child Has Worms
Paleness, at times a flushed face,
unnatural hunger, picking the nose,
great thirst, etc., nre indications of
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is a
reliable, thorough medisine for the removal
of all kinds of worms from chil
dren and adults. Kickapoo Worm Kill
er in pleasant candy form, aids diges
tion' tones system, overcoming constipation
and increasing the action of
the liver. Is perfectly safe for even
the most delicate children. Kickapoo
Worm Killer makes children happy and
healthy. 25c, Guaranteed. Try it.
Drug stores or by mail. Kickapoo
Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and
St. Louis. 11
(delayed from last week.)
Everybody is enjoying the fine rain.
Mrs. Kate O'Neal was in Weston
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murray are
the preund parents of a fine boy.
The foundation is being laid for the
new Methodist church at ML Zion.
Mrs. Nora O'Neal was in Weston
Miss Benlsh Nation is visiting In the
Rodney neighborhood this week. .
Bern to Mr. sad Mrs. Lewis Batler
ir - miiT'"'bWi 'f ' u" jiw
been vbittae te this neigfcbor hood;
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Wife Con her "riwira' liWV :
uumbuisn torn Try.nHu,Wflii,
MOSES CALLED TO SERVICE.
Exodu 3:1 -14. July 20.
"BUtttd are the pure in heart. for they thoH
tte aod."Uatthno !:S.
m VOSES was forty years old
lI when he fled from Pharaoh,
I JL discouraged. He wus eighty
years old when God called
him to be lender of Israel. The flrst
forty yeaiii were nn ordinary schooling:
tho lust forty, a special schooling
in meekness. He was now ready for
service nt exactly tho time when God
wished to use hitn. So thoroughly discouraged
had he become thnt ho who
was so ready fo lead tho hosts of Is
rael without a special Divine commission
was now so distrustful of himself
that even when called of God he apologized,
pleading his unfitness, etc.
lie did not realize that he had only
then become (It.
Moses wus tending Jethro's flocks,
and perhaps con
sidering how wise
it was that forty
years before he
had been unsuccessful
to tleo from
Egypt. He could
now see. In the 4.
light of mnturcr ,flj itWi'
years, w hat n The Uurnlng Hush.
herculean tusk he
would have had us their leader. Ho
could better understand the dllllcultles
that would have attended his people In
tho wilderness journey and also in attempting
to take possession of the land
of Cannnu. Quito possibly he philosophized
that people unfitted to bo delivered
were wise In remaining In bondage.
The Burning Bush Consumed Not.
Thus meditating, while his flocks
pastured on the mountnlnslde.'' Moses
caught sight of something most unusual.
A bush was a tire, yet It was
not consumed. Moses approached the
bush to investigate. From it came a
voice, declaring the phenomenon to be
a manifestation of God's presence and
power. Moses obeyed the command to
Uko off hl?sandals, for It was holy
ground, by reason of the presence of
the Angel of the Lord. Moses then
covered his face in reverence, wWIo
be listened to the Divine message.
Tho statement. "I am the God of
Abraham, the' God of Isauc.and the
God of Jacob.' brought to this instructed
man of God a clear understanding
of what was signified by his experience.
By it Gdil reminded him of tbo
Covenant which He bad made with
Abraham, and renewed with Isaacjand
confirmed to Jacob for an everlasting
covenant Thus Moses learned that
God's time had come for the deliverance
of Israel and for their attainment
ofthe Land of Promise Canaan.
If Moses had ever wondered whether
God really cared for the Israelites and
why He had permitted them to be oppressed
by the Egyptians, he now had
God's own assurance that He did care,
and that He liad a purpose In withholding
so long. The Lord's explanation
closed with on Invitation to Moses to
be His servant and messenger to Pharaoh,
calling upon hlra to Hberato the
"Certainly I Will Be With Thee."
Then Moses, who forty years before
was full of confidence and courage, and
ready to lead the Israelites, but who
now was lacking in self-confidence, replied
to the Lord, "Who am I. that I
should go unto Pharaoh, and that I
should bring forth the children of Israel
out of Egypt?" This meanL I am
a failure; with all tte educational advantages
that I .bad. I am fit for nothing
better than to be n sheep-tender.
God's reply was: "Surely I will be
with thee." I shall not expect you to
do it yourself. I realize that It is a
mighty work. By way of emphasis,
tho Lord declared that not only should
Moses lead tho people forth, but they
should worship God in that very mountain.
Moses, remembering his previous
failure, was cautious. He inquired
what responso be
should make if
which God bad
sent him. The
was that God's
name is. "I AM.
THAT I AM"
One. But Moses
was so 'distrustful
" am thai I am."
that be urged
that the Egyptians would not let the
people go, and that the Israelites themselves
would not believe that God bad
really appeared to Moses.
Answering these objections, the Lord
gave Moses certain signs, convincing
him that he was talking to the Omnipotent
and assured him' that these
signs would convince the Israelites,
and also the Egyptians.
So meek was Moses that although be
fully believed the Lord and trusted
His power, he could not feel competent
to do this great work. Humility, lack
of self-confidence, meekness, bad become
so iwnnonwced tn hlra that be
l(fi4fM&rtf V MM be uaeCJ
some one else might be the spokesman.
God heard bis request and
granted that-he should have tits bruiser
Aaron for a. companion and
; HHmjiKy u, a quality mosi eNHeswt
to all Christies who would .be used of,
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High Schools Aid In Developing
Ken'ucky Frill Growing.
co.c:: I Itw :::: not.
Entcr.clvo Applo Associations
Launched In Rcwan and Hardin
Countiec Movement Means Wider
Use of Agriculture and Horticulture
In Rural High Schools of the State.
The present year has seen u great
Impetus given to the fruit growing In- j
terests In Kentucky. Two different
sections of tho state have launched '
extensive co-operative applo growing
ns.soeIntlons. Both In Rowan and In
Hardin counties the work has been
helped nnd developed by our state de-.
partment of agriculture. The depart-
nient has furnished these counties
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00,000 NEWLY GRAFTED AfPLE TREES.
with four standard varieties of apple
trees free of charco and has also
agreed to advise and train tho
bers of the association In the care and
general cultivation of tho4 young trees
and orchards during the next five
When the newly grafted young trees
were received by the association inl
Rown'n county they were divided
uujuuk uiu uiuiuucrs, 10 ue piuceu iu
home gardens for the summer's
growth. In Hardin county, it was decided
best to plant nnd cultivate the
CO.OOOyoung trees in one nursery ploL
Whilo' plans were being discussed as
to the best place and manner of caring
for this nursery work tho agricultural
class of the county blglfschool
offered to take tho trees and carry
them through the summer until transplanting
time next autumn.
Just next to the high school at
nbethtown n fertile pleeo of sod land
was broken nnd carefully prepared for j
the.tender young stock. The day the
planting took place was made something
of n gala day for the students,
especially as two experts from the
state agricultural 'station, a government
expert nnd n Louisville newspaper
man came to Inspect the work.
When the CO.00O trees, enough to set
1500 acres, were stacked In the side
yard they did not look as If they would
require much time to plant. But after
the bundles were opened and tiny
HIGH SC-HOO SOTSWTTIMO OUT TOWO
bunches that could be held in one
hand were seen to contain seventy-five
or a hundred small trees the boys star
ed flrst at the bundles and then at the
well worked ground.
The splendid part of this work lies
Mrs. Jay McOee, of
Texas, writes: ' For
nine (9) years, I suffered with Ski
womanly trouble. 1 had terrible
headaches, and pains in
my back, elc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardui, m
the woman's tcnic, and U
helped me right away. The
full treatment not only helped
me, but it cured me."
The Woman's Tonio
Cardui helps women in time
cf greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gcnliy, on the
weakened womanly orcais.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts unable to
Rid do your household work, on
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
trial. It has helped thousands
of women, why not you? U
"g Try Cardui. "71 in
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express to the
good people of the New Salem
vicinity, our heart-felt thanks
and gratitude for the kindness
show us during the recent illiness
and death of our husband and farther.
May they when the clouds
of sorrow gather about them
""G the same friends and
neighbors to leild the same as-
sistance to speak the same words
of consolation and to breathe the
same spirit of prayer they did
Mrs. T. A. Harpending and
A Night of Terror.
Few night are more terrible than
that of a mother looking on her child
choking and grasping for breath during
an attack of croup, and nothing in
the house to relieve it Many mothers
have passed nights of terror in this
situation. A little forethought will
enable you to aviod all this. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is a certain
cure for croup and has never been
known to fail. Keep it at hand. For
sale by all dealers. 11
FOR SALE-That part of the
Gus A. Terry farm, surface
only, lying east of the public
road running north and south
through said farm supposed to
be about 325 acres, is high
state of cultivation, 2 tobacco
barns, 1 fine stock barn. 6
room house, 1 tentant house,
well fenced and watered. For
price and teams apply to J. N.
You Areale It No Stoiacb Dosiorjs
Clears Ibe Bead.
Use nature's remedy for catarrh, or
cold in the head, one that Ib harmless
It is the healinsr oils and balsams of
I. . i.t.L T,...iw, v.v. .
XlVUXUt:! WUIUl VUU U1GUJP uuvuku a
small pocket inhaler. This curative
and antiseptic air reaches the moat re
mote air cells in the nose, threat and
lungs, killing the catarrhal germs,
stopping the offensive breath, raising
0f mucus, droppings in tho throat,
1 craat8 m the nose and all other
i , tarrhal symptoms.
I fPln ..Minl.fA .t.itA ....ata .w.1.. 41 tl
and Haynes & Taylor will return your
money if not satisfied. Do not continue
to suffer catarrhal ills try
now today. 11 613.
j , GLIJTO JJ.T5
f ' .(dkyjlre(ttweek.);
The f o4kwilfl( yjkitora fas or
Geo. Heore acd Maarty, of sear Tew;
,i. 4, ; t Ti
ueorost, vtetea uwr jatner, r. u.
in the fact that the high school Is step-
ping outside of the old, narrow, musty
limits of educational tradition and t
something of Very definite valtw
.- . Mmn,nniHr if "Ihii n,.,Kf.
ly be of great benefit to the boys who
do the work; their fathers, their friends
and neighbors, in gaining a new viewpoint
ef what education will mean In
the coming, years.
The development pt "KeatoclKy's
JBtoaM to Jtart ata'e every
citizen, and when .the enormous
Meal yalue of this work Is realised U
Wlll'gtv'e agreat'lfapSh te" every fonfj
of agricultural endeavor.
'If thlswqrk'jaX pronounced success
thle yeerUw"Hf naturally mtwai
er ( m. ngrjtaiiBiw auu uurucuiiurc
in -ear rural high schools, ever- W
whole state.' When this comes It wlil
alee mean that each comnaHslty wt Moore; Fraak family, I
' tut wIIHa? t tVMt niirb targar' iihuf oi ToL h at Frank' '.Tw&a'- ITiirL .1' w
XSi 1r!l&!,:JxMi w jiiivw
ited Mrs. Nannie Moore; Mrs. Tim
Wright and Mrs. Sherdie Hale, of T&U,
were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Millard
Bnoch; Fonnie Belmcar and wife were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lurnrrvle Clark,
and' Miss Melville William was Miss
Stella Thomas' guest, and it wasn't at
good day for visiting, either.
Lee Enoch has returned from northern
Illinois, whpr ho has hern nt work
for a telegraph com puny.
Mrs. T. E. Griffith and daughter,
Mrs. J. P. Hatcher, attended the protracted
meeting at the Southern Presbyterian
church In Marion some last
P. C. Moore has returned from
Lojisville, where le went to attend
the Masonic Grand Lodge.
There was a r.cv coal hauler out
from Marian to the Commodore "mines
last Wednesday in the person of T.
H. Cochran, of the hardware store.
Miss Sue Moore is teaching a month
for C. G. Ihompssn while he seei the
John Armstrong, wife and two children
spent Saturday nt E-town, III.
Miss Lora Johnson, who now makes
her home with her fister, Mrs. Edgar
Moore, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Rose
Mayes near Frances.
Misses Blanche and Sue Bebout, of
Sheridan, were guests of Misses Cora
and Rose MiiOre, Oct. 19th.
TO IMPROVE PRETTY HAIR
AND BEAUTIFY UGLY UAIR
Harmony Hair Beautifier, delightful
liquid hair dressing, is just what it
is named a hair beautifier. No matter
how pretty your hair now is, it
can be made to look even better by
using Harmony Hair Beautifier. To
those who mourn because the hair is
stringy, dull, lustreless and homely.
Harmony Hair Beautifier will prove a
blessing and pleasure. It seems to
polish and burnish the hair, making it
glossy, silky-soft and more easy to put
up in graceful, wavy folds that "stay
put." It overcomes the oily smell of
the hair with a dainty, true-rose fra
grance, very pleasing to the user and
Very easy to apply simply sprinkle
a little on your hair each time before
brushing it. It contains no oil, and
will not change the color of the hair,
nor darken gray hai.
To keep your hair and scalp dandruff-free
and clean, use Harmony Shampoo.
This pure liquid shampoo gives an in
stantaneous rich latner that immediately
penetrates to every part of the
hair and scalp, insuring a quick and
thorough cleansing. Washed, off just
as quickly, the entire operation takes
only a few momenta. Contains noth
ing that can harm the hair; leaves rto
harshness or stickiness just a sweet-smelling
Both preparations come in odd-shaped,
very ornamental bettles, with
sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Beauty
tier, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, CO cts.
Both guaranteed to satisfy you in
every way, or your money back. Sold
in this community only at our store
The Rexall Store one of the more than
7,000 leading drug Btores of the United
States, Canada and Great Brittian,
which own the big Harmony laboratories
m Boston, where the many celebrated
Harmony Perfumes and Toilet
Preparations are made.
Haynes & Taylor,
11 6 It Marion, Ky.
Giant Steamship Encounters Ice-burg
on Trip To LiverpoeL
New York, Nov., 4. Cable
dispatches tonight report the
narrow escape of the Teutonic
from collision with a giant ice-burg
on October 21. The
in Liverpool tonight
A fog enveloped the steamer,
which was proceeding slowly,
when ice was reported ahead.
The captain signaled astern', and
threw thlielm hard to port;
The vessel answered" the helm
perfectly just as ibe' enormous
berg loomed out of the fog, ' tad.
missed the ship on by a few
Regulate the bowels when, they fail
to move properly. HBfltlJMK is a
admkeable bewei remfeteXJfUt belftf
the liver and stomaM s4sstores a
fine feeling ef strength ad bsofaaey.
Price 60 eeata. SeWby J, H. Orae,
and Haynes A Tayler. 11
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