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AGTC SIX THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS JAN. 16, 1913 f
Monday. :S3E3 2Q 30
Mrs. Henry McMican a nd f
I T!i if. 0. Tucker Furnltur of daughter, Mrs. Allen Beulah, Crider vere one guests day IN SELECTING YOUR BANK o
last week. give careful attention to the STABILITY of the bank and its WILLINGNESS D
Go. El ward Woodall, wife and
. & Undertaking little son were guests of her to co-operate with patrons in the development of 8
father, Sherman Crayne, Sunday THEIR business.
Te stork visited at Alfred Whether the account be large or small, we appreciate patronage. Our customers
James, Dec. 29th, and left them
a value and "bank on" our willingness and ABILITY to assist them in every
j' Errr! iwjii4i a fine girl. Alfred is all smiles.
li 11 1 jE&EE53SRS33)53S3 Well I guess it is getting time way, consistant with safe, sound banking.
:TVr JT V JrtJF1)"SiA'T i3 H-
J-S HBss&smie I was resting awhile, and if this This makes for a mutually satisfactory and profitat (e aim i n u.t crd fcrthe
raff e3&tta - rf3HSui ?&! escapes the waste basket, I will future financial well-being of both bank and patron.
come again. A happy New i.JJ 0
Year to all. g We shall be pleased to have YOU open an account g
Our new iuneral car is a beauty and surpasses
fi anything ot the kind in this section. Our stock of
Coffins, Caskets and Copper Lined Burial Cases
is always full and no matter when you call we can
supply you and put your loved one away in a style
that will be in keeping with the solemnity of the
Begin the New Year Right
Buy new and up-to-date furniture for your home
from us. We carry the stock and have all the newest
W. 0, Tucker rurnitura & Undertaking Co,
Opposite the Court House
Pi Ssiom Street
Cf"r"j.T. 1E3SCZ3 ' TTarSSESUKSSEEaS
Could Shout Fir Joy.
, "I want to thank you from the bottom
of my heart." wrote C. B. Rader,
jaunuitv, uuu iu . lu u..c
.! .H,.. ,i;h',... T
not want or try to presume on
your friendship, but being superior. Try them. Every bottle is
bled from doing farm work or J guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents
any other kind of manual labor. at & To'lor'a and James
I am forced to hunt some other
kind of work to make a living for
1 he Corset that don't
rust, we have them to
fit any form, carried in
stock to $2. Will order
Special from $1. to
$10. Sold by
Taylor & Cannan
system of kidney poisons that cause
rheumatism Electric Bitters have no
Mvrlon, Ky. g
TO THE DEMD8RATIG
sure you that no one won d
support or try
harder to prove himself worthy
To the Perroc tic voters and of the trust than I and if you see
to my friend? f tn 5 Marion fit to elect me as your choice for
Votinsr Pi'"- nets. I take this this oflke, I promise you that
method of annnuncintr my my appreciation shall he proven
dacy for the Otlice of Postmaster by a faithful performance of the
at tli? Marion Post Office and service you demand.
ask you as a friend and
one of you t pkmse c insider my
cindi lacy and extend to me your
support and influence according
to your confidence in my worthiness.
-M. 0. ESKEW.
I fully appreciate the fact that! of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the won-
I am asking a great deal of you de.rfu,.tJoubIe beneflt 1 Kot from,
. . . - trie Bitters, in curing me of both a
masking your support for I
evere case of st0mach trouble and of
this office and especially at this rheumatism, from which I had been
time when many of you doubt-1 an almost helpless sufferer for ten
less have other friends that .vears. It suited my cise aa though
would like to have your help and , mde J?"1 f?r Fo1 dypep".
(Delayed from last week.)
Here we come again after a
Almost everyone in this community
Elvis Andrew's little girl, who
has been seriously ill with pneumonia,
is reported much better.
Last first Saturday and Sunday
was Rev. Duncan's first appoint-
i ment at Piney Creek.
Raymond Delmer and Victor
Hurst were guests of their grand
father, of Enon, Saturday night
Jim Riley spent Sunday night
with C. L. Hunt and family.
Dow Sutton and wife left last
week for Missouri, where they
will make their future home.
Mrs. Annie Hunt and little
son, Jodie, attended church at
this place Saturday and took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John
No tobacco sold in this community,
Ed Hunt spent Sunday with J.
R. Sigler and family.
J. P. VanHooser passed
through here Saturday enroute
John Sigler and family spent
Sunday with Charles Hunt.
The infant baby of J. P. Tur-ley
was buried at Piney Fork,
i.iiwj Cannot Co
S Kv-.il aijllcahoms, as t., y c .
- . .. .otd r r p i t' - i
ltiito n out, wuy t cur il .u i ,
and that is by constitution u I .1.1 ii -.
V xtvu -J Is i".uj.1 I'.- nt i.itl.n.nl c .
of r e in; ous lln.nK ft tli ' i
Tuue. Vhen thw I'ibe ij ' d
you liavo a rumbling sound or Imp i " t
hcanntr. nml when It Is rntliv'y ol "
Dcafnrss is tlio result, nnd urlesn t' o I
can bo taken oat nn 1 tl !a
tubo restored to Its ronlitl'Mi,
licar'ns v ''1 be Cc3trood forever, nlno
cases out of ten nre cnupil Iv Citnrrl
wlilch i nothing but nn inflamed condition
of tl' purfa"'s.
Wo n 111 rive nf lti'i' n I Hii fnrnny cnt o ef
1it i , 1 1 ti rontlLJ
MalisCitairtit -. ".Ml'iri nTl.".,r,
1". ' ' '.: r i. CO , Toledo, OUIo.
Hl 1 hr . - .
Tako tUU'a i jmlly l'l.'S f"f comilpatlun.
Marion Coy in Massachusetts.
Turners Falls, Mass., Jan. 2, 1913
Mr. S. M. Jenkins:
Dear Sir. You will find enclosed,
a check for $1.00 for the
renewal of our paper, the Record-Press,
which we are always patiently
waiting for its arrival to
get the news 1 rem our dear old
Crittenden county home.
Hoping you had merry Xmas
and wishing you a prosperous
New Year, I am.
Yours Very Truly,
R. II. Enoch.
IN THE BEST OF HUMOR
"Why do you refer to that orator
as the human high-explosive?"
'Because he is always getting
the uplift confused with the outburst."
Clarice It must be awful to be
mnrrtrf1 tn n mmi vnii rmitinr Inw !
Gaby I should think so! It is
so hard getting a divorce from
those goody chaps. Pennsylvania
Miss Winn Does Wallic own
that auto he drives?
Miss Blinn I think so. lie never
sees me when he passes. If it
wasn't his he'd prebend it was and
ask me to ride. Chicago News.
Sea Captain Waiter, what do
you call this?
Waiter Bullion, sir.
Sea Captain "Well, well, I must
have sailed on bouillon all my
life and did not know it. Meg-
headache, biliousness, indigestion,
pimples, blotches, yellow
complexion, etc., are all
signs of poisons in your
blood. These poisons
should be driven out, or
serious illness may result
To get rid of them, use
the old, reliable, purely
vegetable, liver medicine.
Mrs. J. H. Easier, of
Spartanburg, S. C, says:
" 1 had sick headache, for
years. I felt bad most oi
the time, I tried
now I feel better than
when I was 16 years old."
Your druggist sells it, in
25 cent packages.
Insist on Thedford's
U with US. (J
2 Marion Bank, of Marion, 2
ROLL OF HONOR Fs,
Our Last Report And Date
NEXT WEEK OTHER
NAMES WILL APPEAR
Johnson Emma E,
JacobiBF, Johanna, Ohio, May
Jones W S, Repton, March,
James G S, Route 5, Nov.
Jacobs Sue, Fredonia, Nov,
Johnson Albert, Blackford, Nov.
Johnson Goorge C, City, Feb.
Jeffords J T, 1 redonia, Dec.
James E II, KuUawa April
James J R, Route 1, Jan.,
Johnson T N, Cairo, 111. Feb,
Jacobs Frank M., Tolu, Aug.
Jackson Ida Belle, city, "
James W L, city "
Jennings Jesse V., city, Sep.
John&on Grandjsor, city, Aug.
Johnsen B A. Loli, Dec.
Jones T T, Crayne "
James Julia A, Saim "
Jacobs S D, Zillah "
Jcnning3 VV F, Route 2. July,
Jones W A, Sturgis, Jan.,
Jones James P, city, "
Jeffreys J W, Iron Hill, "
James L H, city
Johnson J V, Route 4,
Jones M H, Texas
Kevil K K, Tenapah.
" D B, Sikeston,
" J B, Marion,
Kec Victor, Ripley,
Klemm C A, Louisville
King J H, Repton,
Koltinsky L G, city
Mooie Joel H, City,
Mo6re Jas IT, Star R,
Moore P C, Sheridan,
Milme W B,Eddyville,
Mayes Rose, Fredonia,
Martin H L, Salem,
Moore R L, city
Melton Jas. L, city
MeyerB J A, Mexico,
Martin H F, Fredonia,
Myers Tealie, Fredonia
Johnson Mrs. O. Plym'th, III. May 1913
James Ruth, Fords Ferry, Dec. 1912
KuykendallEdna, Princeton, Oct. "
Kemp Miller, Sturgis, Jan. 1914
King James, Fredonia, Feb. 1913
Kemp R H, city Jan. 1914
Love A P, Salem, March 1913
Lowery John, Fredonia, Jan. 1913
Lamb T B, Route 1, Aug. 1912
Linsey J C, Marion Feb. 1913
Linzy W N, Dycusburg, Dec. 1912
Lamb J. Watt, Providence, Aug. 1913
Love H C, Sheridan. May, 1913
Lence .7 W, Blackford, Nov. 1912
Long Jane Repton, June "
Loveles B F, Salem, July, 1913
Lamb T B, Route 1, Feb. 1913
Love T L, Tolu June, 1913
Lucas T E, Route 1, Dec. 1912
Lamb T H, Tribune, Feb. 1913
LarihamWR, Route 3, Oct. 1912
Lamb J II, Shady Grove, Dec. "
LandTC, Shady Grovo " "
Lawrence G N, Tolu, " "
Lewis Wm, Route 3, July. 1913
Lynn Dink, Sheridan, Dec. 1912
Lorvorn T II, city Jan. 1913
LockhartA, Salem Dec. 1912
Lamb G B, Shady Grove, May, 1913
Lunham Cleveland, Route 3, Sep. 1913
Lamb C W, city, Oct.
LaRue Chas, Ronte 3, July, "
Lindlelda, Sturgis, May 1913
Layman J D, " Jan. 1914
Lewis WE, Salem, Jan. 1913
Lowery J C, Fredonia, May "
Lawson G W, city Juno "
Love C C, Salem, Nov. 1913
La Rue W H, Route 3, Dec. '
Lamb Laura A, Tribune " "
Loyd Frank S, Fredonia, Jan. 1914
Lemon J G, Route 4, " "
Lewis Mollie, Welsford, April "
MayB R W, Sullivan "
Matthews H R, Florence, Col. "
Martin Sarah, Route 3, Sep.
Mooro H H, Salem, Dec.
Monroe T A, ' "
Morris It H. Providence, July
I Mooreland E E, Knon, Hoc.
ti art i i j nai uiuies 11 11, onuuy urove, nuv.
'O l I Q anfl MA Melton Clmence. - Dec.
J Oi Si tl Lfl UIIU III O.Minner H E, Sheridan
Mayes H E, Fords Feny "
Myers J E, Fredonia,
Who Have Paid Subscriptions Since Mathews WL,
May L K, Lola,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold
Orme, Marion, Ky.
Mayes Geo. Wm, Route -1, Jan
! Martin Sarah, Route 3, Dec.
Miles Laura, Paducah, June
Murray W H, Fredoniu, May,
Myers W B, Mexico, Nov.
Morri? Sue, Lola, "
' Mile3 C K, Fredonia. Aug.
Insles, Birdie, Ark City, Kan. Dec. 1913 Maxwell Alice, Dcpauw, May
Jacobs P.M.. Tolu. Aug. 1912 Martin t j Sullivan Mav
Lamu, isov. lv iz
Miller M E.
Morris Emelino Cairo, Aprl
only by J. II.
High Priced App!c3.
A Missouri apple grower has
contracted for G000 hand picked
! apples, to be packed in separate
paper boxes, for which he is to
receive 15c each at Lebanon, Mo.
and which are destined for consumption
at the hotels of New
York City at40 cents each. The
contract requires that each apple
be sound, of high color and not
less than 3 1-2 inches in diameter,
that two perfect leaves be attached
to each stem and that
each box be sealed after the apple
is placed therein. The
Mr. A. T. Nelson, had
a Chicago chemist prepare a solution
for dipping the apple so that
the pores of the skin would be
cloised to retain the original flavor
and keep the leaves in then-nature
1 color. The apples were
placed on a cloth covered table
in the orchard for inspection and
after they had passed muster
'fah apple and its leaves were
I dipped, wrapped in soft tissue
rlir lf.'ivp? hpinor lrtft out-
V.J., ..w -wm.- ---
9 2,Wlien VOU IBB! fCT nvou. , side the paper, and placed in an
1913 tired, worried or despondent it is a '
"tractn e box, the cover oi wlvch
sure sign vou need MO'lT'S NERVE was then sealed, lhe Loxes
RINE PILLS. They renew the nor-1 were packed in dozen lots and
mal vigor and make life worth living, j shipped in special refrigerator
Be sure and ask for MOTT'S NERVE-1 carg jr Nulsoil also secured
RINE PILLS. Price $1.00 by drug- fln fm. 1000 boX(?s 0f twen.
M'f'g. Co., Props. t h for GvClsive family
tradr. for which he received 60c
a box at Lebanon, Mo., to retail
in New York. Philadelphia, Chi-
icago and other large cities at $1
jeach. His success is all the
'more remarkable when it is
'known that thousands of bushels
of Missouri apples rotted because
of the inabilitv of the growers
to dispose of them. Mr. Nelson
marketed his attractively and
made a good profit. News
You can not keep posted on current
events unless you read the
Louisville, Ky.,-HENRY WATTERSON-Editor
A Democratic President
Has been elected, and an era of Pros
perity has set in. You can get
Both One Year For $1.50
Regular price of Weekly Courier
Journal $1,00 a year. We can also make
a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal
in combination with this paper.
To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders
Must Be Sent Us, Not to
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