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NEVER TOO OLD
; TO BE CURED.
S, S, S, Is a Great Blessing to Jfiff."S3
neatly all of the siokncsa among
Old People, It Gives Them py&sZffiSZ
wi ""f1"' DUt it ii wholly unnecessary. By keep-
u.... ni..J nnJ I tf Inn their blood pure their can fortify themsclrca
New Bood and Life, si'tor?" th!ourt,,, dff
from which they suffer so generally. 8 B!1
tho remedy whloh will keep their systems young, by pur fylr.tr '" "'SJJ.
.i.,. m mmmnf nil waste, accumulations, an-J -
log new strenrth and llfo to the whole body " "gffi
thS appetiU. builds up the energies, and sends new
KlTlnr blood throughout the entire eysteni ... writes i
Mrs. 8rh Pike. 477 Broadway, Sou kWffl od heal h
I am seventy years old. and had
for twenty years. I wiuick ,nc7 "'fli. The
, of my
addition. 1 Eczema terribly on 'udr
doctor said that on account of my aKe u
wen again, uu.
t J,i .. i.ll i 1
Mr. J V. Lovlnfr.of Colquitt. Oa., says: ' nor r " o
from a fiery erur.
I suffered tortures
een years bun
my skin. I tried almost every known re.ne.ly.
failed ono by one. and I was told, that myn ge.
sixty six. wa against me, and that c0",, , cleansed
XS& fflWJrSS Eft M & health.-
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOD
1, the. only remedy which can $,, guaranteed 4xa"5,
old people, becausolt la the "'Jf,ell,Ja other damaging
free from potash, mercury, areenio an( jm dq c,lfmIcnU wh4t8Ter
minerals. It Is made from iwisi r ,,.,,, , nncer Ecwnm, nieumatln(
In It. S 8 8. cures the I.JJJTiwis, or any othor disease of tho blood.
T Book.' Pfftl5SSJ2iS wiA ont '" br 3lf "i1"0 c -
The word "cheap" bad two meanings, it may mean "cheap" quality, o
"cheap" wben t18e tue word " PPl,M to tne price. That's no
jrotism It's business. I've built up the biggest shingle business In thl
section of the country just by sticking to
Highest Grades and Lowest Prices.
And I could not haydoue that If I had used the word "cheap" carelessly
Of course I sell some, low-grade shingles, but cveu on them, the price if
"cheap," same as on the higher grades.
HJSJIIZ. AlEUEl THE DFrtIOE3:
Common grades, dimension Cypress Shingles $i 75 per 1,000.
No. 1 Yellow Poplar Shingles $2 10 per 1,000.
Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles $2 85 per 1,000.
Best Red Cedar Shinglts 53.10 per 1,000.
Grade for grade, these prices cannot be equalled. My Cedar Shingles, )
guarantee not to crack, warp, or curl up at the butts. When put on a root
they lay flat, and stay that way. They make the best roof. When you war'
any amonnt ot any kind of shingles and want them at the lowest prices, cal
nd see me about it. Write It you can't call.
1 ; T23LOO.
' BKtl.r.K I. AM. HIM)t
IIVILUiaU JIATtUIAL, v
Senators Hon. William C. Lindsay,
Hon. V. J. Deboe.
Representative Fourth District
Hon. D. II. Smith.
Representative Ohio County Hon.
It. C. Jarnagm.
Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge
Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney
T. IT. niek. .Taller -Hartford.
8 A. AndersoD, Clork Hartford.
Rowan Holbrook, Master
G. B Likeno, Trustee Jury Fund
O. i. OIUVOUB. oudiiu ..aiumu.
Deputies D. if. Hocker, T. II. Ben-
ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tioslev.
Court convenes first Monday In
March ana August anu conunuesinree
weeks, and third Monday in May and
November two weeks. ;
COUNTY COURT, f
Jas. P. Miller, Judge Harttord.
M. 8. Kagland.Clerk Hartford.
M. L. Heavrin, Attorney-Hartford.
Court convenes first Monday in
eac 1 month.
r -Tin" on ihe second Monday in
V COURT OP CLAIMS.
Conveues first Monday 111 January,
aad Tuesday after the seoud Monday
A OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS.
K. Moxley, Surveyor.
G. D R)yal, Aescesor,
Fun Rogers, School Supt,
L. W. Hunt, CoronaV Sulphur
T. A. Evans Court will be held
pt Fordsville on March Ut, June 1st,
hentemuer 1st and Decern her ISlli
B. F. Giuvks Court will be held
i.t Butord on MarcMO,'Jwno
28 and Djcwnber 21.
S. J. Weller Court will be held
Sulphur Springs on MarchJ!S,June
Yt, Hentember M and uecember 3.
H 1$. Taylor Court ivl I be held
it Ujiimwe'l on March 4, Juno 10,
H'litojuber 2 and December 0.
W. A R'iNE Court will bo hold at
Ceutertown on February 13, Muy 20,
August' 28 and November 1.
Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A
H hold their regular meeting Saturday
before the first Sunday in each
month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p
w. W. A. Carson. Comr
John C Ciiamderlain, Adjt. ''
ared at ho llh
oat Mis BMk r fi
iiiQiin im ..rats.
III I. M Llll VO.
uAm, 14 JUro Frrr
Our (c relumed if we Ml. Any one aendlnr
skriaK.nd deKiiptloa of any lavenllon will
TitaHily receive our opinion free concerning'
jhFpItentaUlity' of aarna. " How to Obtain a
Tattfi)' (cut upon request, I'atenta aecurcd
(btign us aavcrtira ror aaia at our espcnie.
euia tajea ooanrouKn ua receive prciu
fftf.withoutcharce. In tub Fitbnt Rscoio.
r lllnalraled and widely circulated lournall
coniutled by Manufacturer! inrt. jnveilora.
VICTOR J, EVANS A CO.
tit lAatfidinf, Vashhiqton, d. a
HelUMo vttiou of a mecbanlcal or Inrv nllva rnlad
atirinaa inpiutua l'nrla KpoBltlun, with good
l'.iliX KIXOUO, llaJUmora, HA. J
(i ..n ami Rinmiriiinn t. antBafai in
1 7feA jPm
m s! "jwk(r simci
. ... that
am i"ipiiy i" ""',,;.'
arr did n my III?'.
"Sweet Dells Jangled
Out of Tune and Harsh.'
Sh1iefwr's drwrlptloa Ats thin,
undi ot vamen. Thty ut crof.
pandtnt, tlcklr. nenraut burden to
IhemMlTM nJ thlr funlllet. Thlr
wtet dlipotitloai r gant, and thar. Ilk
th twIU, ntn Mdljr out ot tun. Bat
Wine of Cardui
It brines health to the womonlr
organism, ahd health there means
well Dolsednervea. dlmiwu utrpnMh.
It restores womanly vigor and power.
It tones uo the nerves which xufTer.
Ing and disease have shattered. It is
the most perfect remedy ever devised
to restore, weak women to perfect
ucunu, anu 10 mane mem attractive
and happy. Jr.oo at all druggists.
For advice in cases requiring special
toms, "The Ladies' Advisory De-
Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
KEV. J. XT. SSIITU, Camden, 8. ft,
fr'rf M ?" wl" ?' Crdul t hoow
lor tailiBM ol Um womb and It cnUrclcurtd
BEST AND MOST POPULAR ROUTIS TO
Memphis, New Orleans
ANI A I.I. IN
lllltAKNAH, Tl:.VS. .MEXICO AMI
Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with
Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free
UeclinlDg cjhair Cars to Memphis and
Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis
villa every Thursday night, and rune
through to California via NewOrleau
ami tho south racilic bunect Route.
Double berth rate from Louisville to
San Francisco only 80.50; proportionately
low rates to intermediate
Tho Truo Wlntor Routo to
Cautornia. No Blizzards,
Cold Woatlior Snow
For particulars write to J. R.
Traveling Passenger Accnt for
C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also stk
him to send you a copy of tho South
em Home Seekers' Gulde.which Is re
plete with interesting information
concerning the Southern territory. Jl
will be mailed to you free.
On tho first anil third Tuesdays ot
each month Home Seekers' tlckcla are
told to Southern uud Southwestern
points at Special Low Rates, good to
relurn within twenlyoiie dayB from
dato of sale. Liberal stopover arrangements.
A. H.HANSON, Q. P. A.,
W. A. Kellnud, A. O. P. A.,
DROPSY lUmedlaa. Jlavecurt!
many tbonaand ca-et
eallnd hnnala. In tea
Jayi atlaaat of all avmptovia ratnor
ait Tealtmonlala and Tin DATS treatment free,
DI.B.B.6UU'S SOM.Uox K.AtlauU.Ua.
FRIDAY, DISCHMBHR "
T. . IL.
looai. timi: n.
NnitTii noimii. Bourn notiNn
" p. m.
p. m. p. ni.
a. S- 'Vava&Catat, JLeaat.
Oponlng of tho Now St.
An event which wilt be of great 1m
portatcin the development and ex
pant Ion of the commerce of the Great
takes is the opening of the new St
Lawtence canal locks. Our readers
will remember that when the United
States government wished to bring the
revenuecntters "Algonquin," Gresh
tni' and "Onondaga" from the lakes
to the Atlantic, toasist In the Cuban
operations, it was found necessary to
cut the vessels in two and float them
thrdugh the St. Liwtence locks In sec
tjons, How, although these little
craft are only 305 feet in length, the)
were about so feet too long to be admitted,
the old lock being unable td
accommodate a vessel over 186 leet In
length. The operation was not with
out Its risks, as was proved by an IN
lustration published In the Scientific
American of July 3, 1898, showing
one of the sections of the ' Gresham"
capsized In the attempt to make tlv
passage. The new locks are cjpsbli
of admitting vessels up to 370 leet li
length, and the arrival recently ol lh
"Porto Rico," a vestel measuring 25'
leet over all, at New York, alter msk
Ing a successful passage from tht
Great Lakes, Indicates that the direct
result of the venture will be the ship,
ment ol freight direct from the laker
to various points on the Atlantic sea
It has beenl suggested that these
Improved facilities, which are entlrelj
under British control, will operate to
thenaval disadvantage of this country,
for the reason that the greater size of
the locks will permit a considerable
dumber of the larger gunboats anr
tmaller cruisers ol the British navy to
enter the Great Lakes, whereas by the
treaty of 1814 the shipbuilding yardf
on the lakes;are prevented from the
construction ot warships. Although
the excellent relations eslsting and
likely to continue between the twr
governments render It unlikely that
this strategic advantage will ever be
put to the teat, it is probable that. a
suggested In the President's message
the restriction towarthlp constructor
on the lakes will be removed by mu
tuil agreement. The advantage t
shipbuilding Interests on the lake
from such a change.would be consld
erable, for there are many smaller
vessels, suchlas the twelve 1,000 tor
gunboats, propied by theKaval Board
which underjthe new conditions could
be built on the lakes and then brought
to the seaboard through the new locks
Several persons for District 'Officr
Managers In thlsState to represent mi
In their own and surroundlngcountles
Willing to pay )caily $600, payablr
weekly. Desirable employment with
unusual opportunities. Referencei ex
changed. Enclose addiessed stame'
envelope. S. A. Park, 320 Caxtor
Building, Chicago. 19 lot
"How vigorously the bandmaster
beats the air."
"Yes; lut that's not a marker to
the way he teats the musicians."
Philadelphia North American.
That JTaiMtM liaelt ran ba eareA with
Dr.MllM'NEUVBl'LABTEU. Only 330.
Timo for Baby to bo Sick.
Mrs. Wilt by I am afraid baby isn't
Wiltby What makes you think so?
"Mrs. Wiltby He basn.t had any
thing the matter with him so long
that I'm getting real wortled, Puck
Dr. Miles' Tain Pills stop Headache.
ia 1 1 aa
Tho Naval Guns at Ladysmlth.
A great deal has been written In
the past few weeks, or since the Boera
completed the lines of Investment
around the town rf Ladysmlth, about
the naval guns of II. M. S. "Terrible,"
which were rushed Into the
town at the last moment and are
popularly supposed to have "saved It
from destruct!8n." These guns have
been stated as being ol various calibers,
ranging from 3 InchuptoC Inch,
Aa a matter ot fict, they were of two
sizes, four ot them being the naval
gun, ol wblca the "Terrible"
carries eighteen, and the other
two being 4 7 Inch rapid-fire guns,
which must have been taken from one
ol the second-class cruisers on the
1 Tolls tho itorv. When Tour head
I aches, and you feel bilious,
ana out cf tune, with your
'stomach sour and nu nppetlto, Just
I buy a package pf
And take a dose, from 1 la I sills.
You will be surprised at bow easllr '
Uiey will do their work, cure jour I
lieadacno and biliousness, routs the 1
liver and make you fil hanur saaln. 1
at 23 cents, bold by all uiodlclna dealers. 4
South African station, as the "Ter
rlble" does not Include any guns ol
that caliber in her batteries.
As the. methods of mounting guns
on shipboard and for use In the Celd
are entirely different, it was necessa
ry to hastilyllmproVise tome form of
field n'ountlng for the navy guns
whleh would serve the purpose I'or
the !apounper gun, which weigh
t 344 pounds, Capt. Scott, of the
'iTerrlble," ued pilr ol heavy
wagon wheels and a stout block of
timber, serving aa a trail. The
yoke which carries the trntiulona of
the gun was bolted securely to the
limber, which waa itself last'ened to
the wheels. A ahoe brake,
w.ts used for tiklng the recoil,
the shoe being attached to the
end of trail by a length ol wire rupe.
The lour guns, as thus ImprovUed,
are much more powerful weapons
than the 3-inch impounders of the
regular field batteries and the hors-artillery
guns, which weigh respect
ively 784 and 67a pounds. The
former has'a muzzle velocity ol 1,574
feet and the horse artllery gun a
velocity ol 1,553 ' Per second
whereas the naval gun, which la a
much longer weapon, has a veltcit)
ol s aio feet per second. The ex
treme range of the regular field gun-of
artillery Is 5,000 or 6,0 k yards
whereas these Improved naval guns
have n range ol 8,oco ynrils. The
4 7-Inch rapid-fire guns fire a 45-pound
l)ddite shell with a muzzl
velocity of 2,888 feet 'and
as Its muzzle energy Is about I 500
loot tons, it can be seen that the
question of providing a sufficient!)
secure mounting to withstand the re
coll waa a serious one. Capt. "Scott
overcame the difficulty br using sev
eral lengths of heavy 13-13 timbers
Two of these, i6feet In length, were
placed parallel with the axis 61 the
gun; above these were bolted twrfl
other lenghtaiof timber, and upon the
platform thus formed was bolted
down the baseplate of the regular
mounting. One of the guns was
fired with an elevation ol twenty four
legrees and a range of 13,000 yards,
and It was stated by an eyewitness
that the effect on the platform was
The valuable work which has been
done by these guns is well known to
the outside world, and while It is ton
much to say that they "saved Lady
smith," thetcils no question that they
served very materially to keep down
the fire ol tha Boer siege guns, among
which there seem to be several long
caliber Canet pieces of great range
his patrons the news ol the day and
for the money there U In it. He is
presumed to know of what he writes,
and he generally does. When he
writes aa he does In the Leader Courier
Osceola Mills, Pa., without fee or hope
ol reward, that "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy acts magically, and we have
found none better In our household
If you have a cough, try It," It may
be acceped as an honest expression
worthy ol credence. I'or sale oy l,
Wayne Griffin & Bro. m
Got Homo by Acoldont.
"Dad's been runnin fer office ten
years, steady," he said, "but the oth
er day he lost bis way an' run against
home, breakln' hla head In a sortei
headend collision, an' the family
battled him In an1 shook ban's with
him, an' mammy put on her specs an
hollered: Goodness graclousl how
you Is changed!" Atlanta
Why do you aw sigh, Miss
Dolly?" asked the collow bard, as re
citing oneol his soullul effusions.
"Because It la not good form to
snort," Teplled the wearied maiden.
Quostlon of Dlot.
"Are you a vegetarian?"
' Yes; by proxy, I have always Insisted
that cows and other food animals
should be strictly limited to a
vegetable died." Washington Star.
For Puro Contrariness.
"What Is a rival. Uncle Aleck?"
"A rival? Why he Is a meddlesome
man who falls in love with a girl just
because he sees that some other man
adinltes her." Detroit Free Prtss. .,
How to Wash Flannols.
I fere are seven rules for the proper
washing of flannels;
1. Use warm water In which suffi
cient soap has been dissolved,
a. Wash thoroughly in this.
3 Rinse In clear, warm water twice,
4 Wring out and shake well to
clear off all soap. a
5, Dry quickly.
6, Do not let the flinnela remain In
the water either before or after washing
7, Do not use soda or any washing
There is nothing that vexes the Saul
ol the can fit! mother of a household
more than the weekly shrinkage In
flinnela Unless carefully washed
they area most expensive' luxury,
and yet there is no pleamnter sight to
her partial eyes thiu her handsome
lads In all the glory of their fresh,
white flinnela With good management
A suit of plothea nny last a long
time before reaching the Inevitable
Upon tho Doath of Two of Ohio
County's Moot Honorod
and Roopootod Cltlzons.
At a meeting of the bar and the
members of the court and officers ol
Ohio County, held at the Court Houie
In Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, December
t6lh, 1809, J P. Randerlnr
was chosen chairman and Sam. A
Anrferon. Secretary Thereupon the
chftfrman appointed a committer nn
.Rsolntlons, composed of the following
members! I fl Glenn, Jno B W
son and Ben T) Rlngo, who reported
aa follows, which report was adopted
a expressing the sense of the meeting
ResoIved.Ftrst: That we have this
dy tearned with deep regret ofth
death of Pi Hocker. which ee
enrred at hli home at Beaver Dam to
day. Pot many rears he held a high
position as an officer of this county,
and we who had to do with him In
his relation as n puhllc official, do
now bear testimony to his faithful and
efficient pnblle; service
No county ever had a more diligent
or honorable office, nor a more public
spirited noble private cltlren He
represented thl countv with credit In
the Leglslatnrenfthe Slate and rerved
Its people acceptably and we'I, aa
sheriff of the county for two terms.
His pnblle and hl private life wss the
highest and noblest example, o the
upright dtlfn and Christian gentleman
His life wss a protest against
evil-doing, and bis death removes
fronvthe business world a cbarscter ol
unswerving Integrity, from society a
liberal leader of ever laudable enter
prise for the betterment of man, from
the church which be had loved, and
rerved so well, a modest bnt powerful
force, whose precept and example
were a daily exhoratlon to higher
Ideals and a purer life, and from the
home a generous and affectionate hua
band and father. We mourn bis Ipsa
and commend his example to those
who shall come alter him
Second: That a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upon the records of
the Courts of this county and publish
ed in the county papers, and a copy
likewise be presented to the bereaved
family, J. S, , Glknn. . )
Jno B. Wilson, Com.
Brn D, Rinoo, J
J. P. Sanderpub, Ch'm'n.
S. A. Anderson, Sec'y
At meeting of the bar and the
members of the Court and officers of
Ohio county held at the Court House
In Haitlord, Ky., on Saturday, De
cember 16th, 1800, J. P. Sanderfur
was chosen chairman and Sam A. An
derson, secretary. Thereupon the
cluitman 'appointed a commltte on
Resolutions, composed of the follow
ing members, J S. Glenn, Jno. B.
Wilson and Ben D. Rlngo, who repotted
as follows, which report was
adopted as expressing the sense ol the
meeting to wit:
Wheteas, The members of the Hart
lord bar are again called to stand at
the bier ol a departed comrade, and as
we stand bowed down with grief in
the presence of the messenger. Death,
from whose summons no one of uf
ctn at last escape, we realize that wr
can send no message to him who has
gone, but to those who, with us, knew
and loved our departed fliend and
companion, ltd ward T. Miller, and to
the world of the living who may
ciuuhte hU qualities ol life and character,
we come and bear witness to bis
woith, and it la
Resolved, First: By the death of
Edward T. Miller, who was just en
tering so propitiously upon a prom
ising career in his chosen profession,
the local bar has lost oueof its bright-
st, manliest and most faithful mem
crs. He had a high conception of
the Law and the high and honorable
duties ol the Lawyer, and, always true
to his client, to the righteous man
dates of the Law, and to his own sell
respect, he fearlessly and ably did his
He was unllormty respectful to the
Court, and among his fellow lawyers
he was always courteous (and kind,
and neither In private life nor in the
heat of honorable contest in the Courts,
did he ever give oBense. As a lawyer
he was honorable, Industrious, and
successful; ss a man he was patriotic,
manly and just; as a friend and brother,
he was tender, geneious and
We mourn hla untimely death wblclt
came while the dew of lile's morning
was yet about bis pathway; we shall
miss him as we go In and out before
the Couits ol eaith, but shall cherish
his memory till we meet him In the
court of last assize.
Second: That a copy ol these reso
lutlons be spread upon the records ot
the County and likewise be published
In the newspapers of the County, and
copy be lurnlshed to the family who
mourn with us his loss.
J. S. GMtNN )
J no. B. WitiQN, Co n.
Bun D RibGO. j
J P. Sandbrfur, Ch'm'n.
S A. Anderson, Sec'y.
O'Raflerty 'Twas a sad blow thot
befell Cassldy. Old ye not heai?
McGlnnls Sorra th word av ut.
'Sure, he's dead, Sthruck be lljrlit
"Ol myl 01 my I Dat I'm not surprised
Fdlth, be hsd a sickly look
the lasbt toime I seen him "Lift
The OrentMt BpecUlIit vf the TltneOlrM
Cvurr Onoe Ills lroiiul Attention.
M i dfrcieri hnroarrUlt.nambr
,. " B ' rtuicJKwhicti iti.ao.a
Hal!iaw&y' ',- wiiicbjrwuBi u imiif.
r.emou. .Ufrraryw.tb...miiiJiotfreful.T JhUw nrt Dr. mothod.
uifnorri naq uj tuei
iMwUioDpttUesjlMMdmiv a.lun dtiftrtnlutMl. Thui
iff jrrjM litrTHtiHl tvpar
Hoi ft in. momciiir ire it
jft ui.i.Utorrii which lira
Ur lli.nin.t) trooil
tiinrrvifltnaf reach CAP).
, aSottrrjpef" lliritToctd
) a iurtl ul ruineattjltttb
o nirtnor, conwqueyt
f r jIjtihh i to cbmilJ ha
troafoi la lio tn war
dT'n for Mini complaint.
lr linUianar liaapfttl'il
'I In tho hifi mriMnf the
vnf(l lift trout t ikvUI dl-
a lit a fpcial D.nDr ot
ofhllown -a vtajla.1 out veart arovtliitaln
m an4 rj,,i,ltal rraeuca anil Im,
tvtry uaio jnfovej ,,(, iilanr(HlurnincooUDUy
Specially . during 1110 iwonir jeara ainco
,' 'ii,, rniv v. inn iu,n.
tblaeonntrr. Pf' lUUiawar'a rvut anl nnlfonnu
la dua lo utlt ImllTlriual ay.ttui of trratmCDt
Fwfilualra In vrtB nf lium rfili of r(KUMta
ire) .-i-:. :!.-. -..-.. ;
Treatment worl.l. a.kma for Ilia vtlrlleim of
ibakla hlmielt tua innwWlra
of bta rf madlaa, aa ha latnowcU ivin oi tlutmla.
ehtat whlcli mar ta dona lf Ui Qnklllfit oe of aor
Bleodand HKla pr, lIMhiwnj.lrmmfntfor
fllaaaaaa. blond dtaaaana la wliatarvrnUra
Biseaias. curaaaU formaof Blccnhanraa,
blotcbaa, rlmrlM, elcaod not only ntarM Uia ktn
tilnalr natural rendition, but ao purtnaa
tha Mood that Uia ponnan nUr and com.
riatrlrdriTrnlmm uia aritam and all thli without
admluUlarins potaoaoai or dancarom druva.
., . Ilia treatment of Vartoopata
Varteoeal and and rttnctnra u a VTrit.
trtatura. iralrbnevDand InMparranl
and pennarient ear. No operation la matured and
no pain or iDOonrenlenea ara esnenenced br tha
paltant. Tbaexpenaaof tblatreatninlUmiieh laea
(ban tail of anr operation. or bovpiut or lo.tltme
trtarment, and fa bnUt Mfa and enrv, reetAMaa Uia
orsana to a eoodltion of perfort. normal healtn.
tMtqueaimn blank for fboaowbobara
EMafiaaaa. reaaon to euapert Kldeer tmuhiaand
t0hjn, j,..,,, tUdleed Im TlS
ararrona wtra aenda btm hla name andaddreea,
AT""."'1 '"' Ilalbawar'aiiaw
Wew afOSk bonk
VIoe. Health1' baa
,ti. SSL, J?um. '"t l'""d tiroa a wf of
thli boo t rill ba aent rreotn n rone who ndi hla
Ronnnlf allow "W" JM addreaa Ia br, Ulthawar.
ir, n.ihawar nakea no rhirra
J. NBWTON HATHAWAY M. D.
... - nr lhawar 3o,
A BUSINESS BALLAD.
It used to be so easy, in the happy
days ol yore,
For the man who kept grocery or a
modest dry goods store
To sit out In Iront and whittle and talk
politics cr crops,
For the folks who did the buying then,
took pains to find the shops.
Bnt things are very dlflerent In these
modern business days-
Keeping store is very different; people;
too, have diflerent ways
And the man who Is in business must
let people understand
What he sells and where he sells It If
he doean't want to stand.
tie must tell folks whst he's doing
tell them every blessed day
Tell them candidly and clearly, in a
What he has to sell, bis prices, the location
ol his store,
For they've quite got over buying as
they did In days of yore.
As n cure for rheumatism Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm Is Eainlng a wide
reputation. D. B. Johndton of Richmond.
Ind., has been troubled with
that ailment since 1862 In speaking
of it he says: ' I never found anything
that would relieve me until I
used Chamberlain's Pain B.iltu. It
acts like ranglc with me. My foot
was Bwnllen and paining me very
much, but one good application ol
Pain Halm telle ed me. For sale by
Z Wayne Grifiin & Bro. m
Hyler's Dyspepsia Tablets, pleasant,
easy to take, and give parruaueut relief.
30 days treatment, $1. Mailed
on receipt of pi Ice tf
Murdock Curs Co,, Atlanta, Ga.
and Billing Machine.
An Crar Ready,
Time aad Labor Saris. Berks
...for Premier Usars.
tjj5r jrJ ayrTffiwfV"aalJ VwOt
UmptltUt BUI Miklasand wrlUof
neural of different danamlnaUao la
It la M way Interfere, with tha
typewriter fur aaual Unas ol wark.
aaa nn aaaeaiema
Tea Smith Premier Typewriter Co,
215 5th St. Louisville, Ky
Wanted-A n Idea SSSSS
aaaiaawa. u. Vpor taeir aiui pnet enef
aad Ilea of two bjindrad faToaUoaa vraaiad.
can aaetlr ee reraeeea by e
In ia AU aaa M.lwa,. Wm
Mia il I No BalaoB. AU eruv
lata eell It or raallea far
faen ceatj ar
nwt si, rblla.
A FREE PATTERN 3
fjoar ovn selectloa) la arery 8
! BflkA iealal Ui Aaa eat at aa aa.at.aia 4
J vaaa aev jml
A LADIES MAQAZINU,
Saeii ea.alllal eolena alaui i laleit !
ioelidrimiklnaeconDa.ia.i !, .
were , KeaMheU einla . hclien. aia. fiab. :
Kriaa la ear, or, Mae u (or laiaat cepr, I
La4r afiau waeiei. Sent !yt tereu. 1
SljlUh, Reliable, Staple, Up-to. :
oate, Kcoaoralcal aad Abaolaialjr 3
(N8MBaAll4iwac PfttUrsc.) V
Oaty m M ct. timl.i um ttlfaitr S
Aati tf ikia. SU U Mtulr tftry iiv S
Jt4 tew, tvr tf hw (rM
TUB McCALL CO.,
W..t MlktL, New Tsr.
p jr N
It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In t Cotton
Belt Parlor Cafe Car (23 cents for a half day). Seated In a
large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can
enjoy ss much freedom snd ease ss you please. If you are a smoker
you will enjoy the laree smoking room with its arm chairs and
couch. The ladles will delight In the splendid ladles' lounging
room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing
room adjoining. You can hsre your meals In this csr at any hour
you want thelrt; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse
steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take ss long ss you
please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order.
The Cotton Itelt lithe direct line to Tesaa. Itatraloi run throoth from Cairo
and Memphla to Ttxaa without ehante.
Janet lone for all parte of Teiat, Indlai
Write and tell ae where 70a are rol
tell yem wljit your tktet will eoct. whleh
connection! , aad wilt eend you aa lnterratlof
L V. Uturu, (at httf eel nt 11U
ST. LOUIS. MO.
lnreet ronneeuona are mane at its
Territory, uataaonia ana ma rar watt.
train to take to make the beet time and
little book If t. -1 tllf D Tllll.
CATARRH CAN BE CURED.
MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE.
IT GOES TO EVE11Y PART. ,
.BUHE, SAFE AND PLEA8ANT.
For years has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure'eure for
In this enneavor many hundreds of nostiums have btetoBered to a
auSering publlc,and the health of thonsanda have been completely rained by
taking them, these; vsrlous compounds causing the worst forms cf Dyspepsia.
Sprays and ointments are also worthless, as it Is impossible to reach tbe
part-in this manner.
MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURB Is a new and scientific preparation and Is
to be smoked In a pipe, thereby the fumes aud smoke going oyer the entire
system aQccted by the disease It relieves Instantly the worst forms ot Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Colds In tbe Head and all forms of Catarrh, no
matter what ahape, and cures when treatment is continued for teasonable
time. NtVtaatter bow little you are affected, don't delay tteatment. Catarrh
comes olten from simple colds. Like all new and valuable preparations yon
will find others saying theirs are jutaa good. Bewareot imitations, as they
tre wotthless. KTWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to
any address, prepaid, on receipt of price.
Put up In tin boxes, $1.00 per MURDOCK CURE CO.,
box ; treatment for 30 days. isy attlajita, ua.
Has opened up a General Store, the only
one in town. Call an eximine.'my .
goods and get prices before buying
elsewhere. It will be to your interest
to do so. This town goes without
saying, with tho country people, to
bo the highest town in the county,
But he that Says so,
As long as I am in business
here, will misrepresent the town.
By the help of the people I expect
to sell goods as cheap as the cheap-'
est. Country produce taken at
the highest market price in exchange
and when yoa win leare. and wa win
T. L IctMTi. Tm. flirt Ut,
III CiluUa liMtf. IKtsnur, IT.
IN THB MOST COMFORTABLR
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY
Tltlit Office, $11 foirtli Arenas.
St. Louis to Louisville & East
No 44 No. 46.
Leave St Louis 8:40a tn 8:55p m
" Mt.Vernon 13:33am 11:38pm
' Evansvllle . J'.ijp m j:35 m
"' Henderson s:46p m 3:10a m
Owensboro 3'44pm 4:00am
Arrive Louisville 7M5P m 7:30a m
No. 43, No. 45
4!5op m. 9:i8p m
8:o4p m ii:p8p m
g:osp ra 11:58pm
io:i(,p m 13:55a m
No. 44 No 46
i:aop m 3:45a ra
3:46(1 m 3:10a m
3i44P m 4:00a m
- 4:4op m 4:50a m
7:450 m 7:ioam
A FAST AND RASY RIDB
LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON &
Uiloo Dtpot, Sitiolh md Klver.
Louisville to St. Louis & West,
No. 41. No. 45.
Leave Louisville 7:37a m 8:35P m
11 Owensboro 1 1 :4'a m 11:58pm
" Henderson UM5p m 12:55 m
" Evansvllle 1:15a m 1:35a m
11 Mt.Vcraon, 1114:17pm 4:19a m
Arrive St Louis 7133pm 7:104 m
X.OT7XU vxiaa so
Leave Louisville . . 737a
" Hawesvllle. 10:43a m
" Owensboro, 11:40a m
" Henderson. , ia:45P m
Arrive Evansvllle , 1:15pm
Leave Evansvllle .... 6:50a m
' Henderson .... 7:15a m
' Owensboro .... 8;i8a m
Hawesvllle .... 9:17a m
Arrive Louisville . ...lai'pm
All train ran tht ui(h solid tn Evansvllle, Through Pallor Cars and PuIU
man Sleepers on nil tnltis to Evansvllle and, St' Lnul. Numbers 41 and 43
connect st Irvlngton fir Fordsville $ ilnrdlnsburg dally. 36
... ' "'
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