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FINANCIAL SHAPt Little Rock, Nov. 11.—From April 1 to November 1, there have been 53 convicts released from the state peni tentiary, and each has been paid $2 by the state to begin a new life. There is now a balance of $3,000 ir, the state penitentiary fund. The com mission has sold 450 bales of cotton and when the proceeds of this sale are turned into the treasury there will be about $35,000 available with which all outstanding accounts will be paid. All salaries for October and part of the running expenses have been paid. The penitentiary has not been in a better financial condition in some time. GOVERNOR ISSUES 2 UNUSUAL PARDONS - ■ — ONE MAN TO BECOME MAR SHAL, ANOTHER TO BE A PREACHER. Little Rock, Nov. 11.—Two some what unusual pardons were granted by Governor Hays Monday. Allen Splawn of Hemitage was restored to citizenship in order that he might qualify as marshal of Hemitage. He was convicted July 24, 1909, in the mayor’s court there on a charge of petit larceny and paid a small fine. He also restored the citizenship of Louis Yancey of Lee county, in order that he may be ordained as a minis ter of the gospel. He was convicted in 1903 of grand larceny and served two years in the penitentiary. The governor pardoned Joe Tharp and Frank Alexander, Benton county boys, who are serving terms of one year each for the theft of some wire. The pardons are on condition that they never again violate the law. CORROBORATION OF INTEREST TO CONWAY READERS. For months Conway citizens have seen in these columns enthusiastic praise of Doan’s Kidney Pills, by res idents of this locality. Would these prominent people rec ommend a remedy that had not prov en reliable? Would they confirm their state ments after years had elapsed if per sonal experience had not shown the remedy to be worthy of endorsement? The following statement should carry conviction to the mind of every Conway reader: Mrs. Lula Stacy, 1723 E. Second St., Little Rock, Ark., says: “The public statement I gave some years ago, recommending Doan’s Kidney Pills, was correct in every detail. This remedy cured me of kidney and bladder trouble. I have been well , ever since. My continued good health leads me to say that thei'e is no other kidney medicine as good as Doan s j Kidney Pills.” For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cents. Foster-Miiburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name-—Doan s—and take no other. (adv.) _ _* - -- — ■ — HENDERSON ASKS FOR ONE SIDtUFNFID ARKADELPHIANS WANT NEU TRAL OFFICIALS AND ONE SIDE OF FIELD. Authorities at Hendrix College to day received a message from the Hen derson-Brown College authorities to the effect that the Arkadelphia col lege will expect to have one side of the field reserved for their rooters during Saturday’s football game. Al so that they will expect all officials of the game to be neutral. Hendrix College readily agreed to their request and will reserve the east side of the field for the visitors. It has been customary for several years to employ out-of-town officials for this game and this year will be no ex ception, as the Hendrix authorities are now negotiating with several football men to officiate Saturday. Bilious? One of Ayer’s Pills at bedtime —just one. Acts on the liver. Gently laxative. Sugar-coated. All vegetable. Sold tor 60 >ears. Ask Your Doctor._fwifiiw! SI It is a pathetic mistah to accept drugs or alco holic mixtures when nature craves nourishment to repair the wasted body and restore the vigor of health. For forty years the best phy sicians have relied on the whole some predigested nourishment in Scott’s Emulsion which is totally free from alcohol or opiates. Scott’s Emulsion sharpens the appetite—renews blood - nourishes nerves—strengthens bones and restores the courage of health to make life bright. Scott’s Emulsion sets in action the very forces that promote health; it is pure, rich strength. u-so HENDRIX GLEElCLUB BEGINS YEAR’S V OKK In response to a call from Director H. C. Newman, about 25 men have reported for practice In the glee club of Hendrix College. An excellent glee club is promised by those in charge of the work, as quite a few of last year's men have returned and some excellent high school material has been added. Hendrix College has boasted of a good glee club for the past two years. Last year the club filled several out of-town engagements and received much praise for their work. From the membership of the glee club the college quartet is chosen. The Hendrix vocalists last won the state association prize, and will very likely repeat their feat this year. Officers of the glee club have been elected as follows: President—W. A. Hearn. Vice Pres.—H. A. Stroup, Sec.-Treas.—P- H. Millar, Stage Manager—Frank McAnear, Troubacrour editor—Roland Irvine. GOOD PROGRESS ON SEWER WORK The fine weather for the past 10 days has enabled Contractor Joseph McCoppin to mAke splendid progress on the construction of the sewer sys tem. For the past few days he has averaged laying 662 feet of pipe a day, and at this rate would lay a mile every eight days. The ditching machine is at present at work on Col lege avenue. Mr. McCoppin has been delayed in the construction of the southeastern septic tank, for which excavations were made some weeks ago, on ac count of the excavation being flooded with water. He has ordered a gaso line pump which is expected to reach here in a few days, and this machine will be used to keep the water ex hausted while the concrete is being laid. As soon as the tank is com-j pleted Mr. McCoppin says practically jail of the eastern section of the city i will be ready to be connected, and I the citizens in this section may begin j to use the sewers at once, before the entire work is completed. SPRINGTOWN LOCUS. “Isaiah Trimmer of Running Creek was playing with a cat Friday when it scratched him on the veranda." “A mischievous lad of Piketown threw a stone and struck Mr. Pike in the alley last Tuesday.” “Mrs. Jones of Cactus Creek, let a can opener slip last week and cut herself in the pantry.” “Si Whitlock, while harnessing a broncho last Saturday, was kicked just south of the corn crib.” “Gabe Smith climbed on the roof of his house last week looking for a I leak and fell, striking himself on the j back porch.” | “While Harold Green was escorting ‘Miss Violet Wise from the church so | rial last Saturday night a savage dog j attacked them and bit Mr. Green sev | eral times on ine puoiic square."— 1 Exchange. LABORERS ORGANIZE TO ELECT LEGISLATOR Little Rock, Nov. 11.—The Wage Earners’ League has been organized in Little Rock for the purpose of se curing the election of men to the leg islature who are favorable to the in terests of organized labor. Frank Collins has been elected president. The league is composed of three dele gates from each of the 30 locals in the city, representing about 3,600 union men. It is expected that they will en dorse candidates for the legislature. UNTIL NOVEMBER 15 YOU CAN GET THE LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT, THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL AND THE TWICE-A WEEK GAZETTE ALL FOR ONE YEAR FOR $1.50. AFTER THAT DATE, $1.75. OATES—WREN. The marriage of Miss Lois Aman da Oates, daughter of Mrs. Franklin M. Oates, to Thomas Edison Wren, both of Russellville, will be solemniz ed at the home of Mr .and Mrs. It. M. Oates tonight at 8 o’clock. Mr. Wren is a former Conway young man, and was for a number of years an employe in this office. IIis many friends in this city wish to ex tend congratulations. UNTIL NOVEMBER 15 YOU CAN GET THE LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT AND THE TWICE-A WEEK ARKANSAS GAZETTE FOR $1.50. AFTER THAT DATE, $1.50. CANEY. Rev. S. W. Cotton will preach the third Sunday in November at 3 p. m. at Old Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Phillips visited Mrs. Phillips’ father Sunday. Mi-, and Mrs. Will Fulmer and Rec tor White visited homefolks Sunday. Joe Dougherty was in town Satur day. W. A. Phillips will leave for Mon ticello Wednesday, where he will visit his sister, Mrs. R. A. Oglesby. Mrs. W. A. Phillips surprised Mrs. Mrs. C. 1. Atwater by giving her a birthday dinner in the cotton patch. This has been a busy week on the Cole farm, as they have harvested his potatoes. It was wet, but they hope the potatoes will keep. Grover Phillips went to town Sat urday and brought back a buggy. Some girl is going to get a ride. Our Sunday school is progressing nicely. We are having good attend ance. We welcome visitors. November 11. UNTIL NOVEMBER 15 YOU CAN GET THE LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT AND THE TWICE-A WEEK ARKANSAS GAZETTE FOR $1.50. AFTER THAT DATE. $1.75. HOLINESS SERVICES. Services at the courthouse last night were in charge of the Rev. W. F. Dallas of Vilonia. He preached a very interesting sermon, at the close of which there were quite a few who asked for the prayers of those pres ent. Rev. G. E. Waddle, presiding elder of the Arkansas district, is expected to arrive this afternoon to assist in the meeting, which will continue | throughout this week. UNTIL NOVEMBER 15 YOU CAN GET THE LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT AND THE TWICE-A WEEK ARKANSAS GAZETTE FOR $1.50. AFTER THAT DATE, $1.75. BIGELOW JEWELERY STORE IS ROBBED Bigelow, Nov. 11.—The jewelry I store of C. H. Robinette & Son was 1 entered at an early hour yesterday morning, the thieves securing loot to the value of about $300. A large plate glass window was broken, ef fecting an entrance. No clue has as I yet been found to the robbers' where abouts. The shop is managed by • John Robinette, son of C. H. Robi nette of Conway. MARSHALL SCHOOLHOUSE. We are having some pretty weath |er and everybody is very busy picking! cotton. ! I T. F. Housinger and son carried j Release That Dammeo-llp Bile And Most Of Yoor Ills Are Relieved . W'e try to express this thought vith such words as—clogged liver Lazy Liver—Inactive Liver and the isual common expressions, but it Joes not state the fact. The fact is ;liat the Bile, nature’s own antiseptic ind disinfectant, is dammed-up so :hat it flows feebly or not at all. The first evidence you have is a leadache—a coated tongue—or dizzi ness—or all of these. You sometimes •wear” it off, tiiat is, tne dam breaks >r is overcome by nature—but while j cou are wearing it off, you are de pressed, grouchy, touchy, filled with fear. You continually find fault with yourself, as well as others. ^ ou don t Live because your Liver is dammed Lip with Bile. To release this Bile you may take mollycoddle laxatives, 'toil waste time, money and energy in try ing these apologies. None of them really reach the spot—the Liver none break the clam that holds back the Bile. You can’t expect to regain your old punch until this Bile is re leased—until it disinfects the putrid matter that is being fed to your body. Go right to the bottom of the ' trouble with the old fashioned, duly tried liver regulator—podophylin (or May Apple Hoot .sometimes call ed Mandrake). No, it won’t gripe or sicken you, if you get the right form — if you get PoDoLax—a Podophylin formula with the gripe and nausea taken out. Go to your friend, the druggist, and ask him about Podophylin and PoDoLax. Let him explain it to you. We guarantee the first bottle you buy—you will be proud to guarantee it ever after. Go to your Druggist and talk this over with him. E. E. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. For sale by Greeson Drug Co. (Advertisement.) cotton to Cabot Friday. Finos Stevens of Little Rock visit-1 ed relatives and friends at this place j last week. Rev. Provens tilled his regular ap pointment at Marshall Sunday. Clyde Young and Miss Ida Cox at- j tended the debate at Tucker School house Saturday night. Wilburn Graham is working for T. E. Mitchell at Faulkner Gap. etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp shrdlu hrdluu W. F. Venable made a trip to Con way Saturday. We learn that Miss Ruth Bullion will be the assistant at Faulkner Gap this winter. We wish her much suc cess. School started at this place Mon day morning, with Arthur Whiddon \ as teacher. Health is very good at present. November 11. BULLION URGED TO GET IN RACE Little Rock, Nov. 6.—Since the first report that Bruce Bullion, for mer secretary to Governor G. W Donaghey, was contemplating an en trance into the race for secretary of tate, he has been besieged with let ters from all sections of the state tench riAg support. Many of these letters have come from newspapei men. and thj leaders in potties in the larger counties. Mr. BulUon has not made a definite answer, but is ex pected to decide as to his fu.uie course before the end of the week. UNTIL NOVEMBER 15 YOU CAN GET THE LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT, THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL AND THE TWICE-A WEEK GAZETTE ALL FOR ONE YEAR FOR $1.50. AFTER THAT DATE, $1.75. The Home Culture Club will meet tomorrow afternoon With Mrs. B. T Deal. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Our Clubbing Offers Will Be Raised 25 Cents Each After November 15th The Log Cabin Democrat’s Big Clubbing Offers. Combination Number One The Log Cabin Democrat.....* The Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal.v-. ' Regular price for both .. Both or.e year, $1 00 Combination Number Two. The Log Cabin Democrat-■ • • • • • .* 1 00 Twice-aWeek Globe Democrat.. 1.00. A,u , . r . .. .$2.00 Regular price for both. Both one year, $1.25 Combination Number Three. . . S 1.00 The Log Cabin Democrat.. 1 00 The Twice-a-Week Gazette. * Regular price for both . ...$2.00 Both one year, $1.25 Combination Number Four. The Log Cabin Democrat..* 1 oo The Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal..-w $2 50 Regular price for the three. All one year, $1.50 The Log Cabin Democrat Arkansas’ Greatest County Newspaper, Conway, Arkansas. For the past two years the Weekly Log Cabin Demo crat has mantained the most liberal clubbing offers of any newspaper in the state. Constantly increasing cost of producing the paper, however, has forced us to advance the rate on these clubs 25 cents each. Hut as many of our subscribers haue already taken advantage of the old rate this fall, and as we desire to give all an equal opportunity to do do so, we will con tinue the offers appearing in this advertisement UNTIL NOVEMBER 15, 1913 After that date, 25 cents must be added to each club. This will positively be your last opportunity to get the Memphis Commercial Appeal and The Log Cabbin Dem ocrat both one year for $1.00, or any of the other combi nafions as the rates now advertised. After November 15, the Commer cial Appeal and The Log Cabin Democrat will cost you $1.25. SUBSCRIBE NOW!