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BY FRANK H. SPEARMAN
ILLUSTRATED BY PARKER
SANKEY'S DOUBLE HEADER
ifiitiiii;noollU!nji in it Mn.w.lrlft rvh,.n "the cnm r.. i
h I nr, hut. done their work an,. ,. .".
i e Ilhu kwchhI gorge. w""'
I ililing to anve u inun ho lm, iujunil in n htrlko row .
SODA WATER SAL
rIHiK how- nil old engirt ilnveliipml
uneipeetH .p,M in a crlnl. u,l
wnj rewcutsl from tho ilUgrw'H of running on ft jerkwater linn.
THE McWILLIAMS SPECIAL
H w it iwmIo ft grwit run Ron the continnnt to wr ft l,ftnk. whon
the liirv'he.1 nt tho curw, liko u nnul woman, M.ook fwo
with very fury,' and took a burning bridge.
Thorstoryof a train tlmiMti'h..r who "aawM tlm company 300,000
that niKht tho OgulHlhi tmin run uwn " lltirki U vleo iiniiidetit
THE MILLION DOLLAR FREIGHT TRAIN
H .w ft Hinitifriimrnt of MIL win anted from destruction by trlkra
i s the cool tiervu of n young englmijr on ItU flrt run.
THE NERVE OF FOLEY
Ti rilling rmoiw of lili ruciuy' llttlo boy who wo caught on a
1 t Foley' englnn.
THE KID ENGINEER
Who duplnved grrat during and iNnlne. when th connoting rod
' 1 broke nnd lgiiii threhlug hh cub to pliiiloni.
t i ndiletor on In llrwt run by quirk, thinking prevent ft
w itit a poison gr train ntnl xnsfi tli liven of mnny AMngir.
i i.f n now enginn in u r..ii.itt w hirh ll to tho niunion of
.i.i hull (ellglnwr h;iI imi th Skysrmj.r) who luul
).if to fiioli other fir t
To Begin in Our Next Issue. Don't Gel Left
Judge N. W. Ullej
win.' complimentary ho
N V. I'tlej is taken
- jriUrtl Interior .loarHHl,
nl Jn4gv UllT kat
. a pil trrw of Id
' nil rorl
1 u hn made a Mo I
; rrtsioh hero during hi
4 ud lit will returned U
I.mih eoiiiil) will tke
f man warm frind.
trr drliglttwl with biw
- wall a fftNllanttiH.
. i iel far a miHUlar of
and orvul a mianioHary
r eien yoaru,
MithoUUt aliureh. Wkuti
M . jse of 31 h lurnotl hin
' the law ami since
ne, a xhort wliila after-
In enioyod a inonitiv
II hai noTor offerwl for
me anil wan then oleeted
enator from Lyon, Tripp.
' ) and Calloway onuntioN
1 1' of tlio Sauato in
H wan a warm friuml of the
i (mrliel and in an ardoul
1 io UooUiiiiii. In our
U.iintanuo c know of no
"Imi puntlinuan than Judpo
1 1 wc aro corry that lux
lure ii temporary ruthor
Do You Wan! a Sewing Machine Free?
We will jie a line ewiu iiiacliinc
made b) the New Homo Company
absolutely free to the first person
iu one hundred tuboriplioii to
the 1'roaa, provide! that ten of the
uaiMM are tkoa of uaw aulfrileni,
not now oh onr book. This oontettt
rune one hnntlrtd day. All con tent-nut
and thair liila must u m our
office on or before Tuesday April MOtli.
The 1'roaa of May 2nd, will announce
the winner and alao tho foeoutl pruu
from tka uenret ooniHitiUir.
Special Announcement Regarding
the National Pure Food and
Kf m iiImw ( noM itut t'ator'i MoAr
wl Tm lor court. eoM ami laav iroaMM I
X aHctl Wr iIh Nauonat ISiir I'oml aul
Utat law a il roalaUM no attaint or Mltor
4rr aJ w iKCommand il aa a aafa lnomlr
tottMUitm and atlwlt II Otwe
Tlio Southern Purine Itnllroail company
linn bought In Knn n
lot on which It will erect ut onco a
f'JTWM"! railroad iioopltnl.
For Biliousness and Sick Hcadach
TaW Ortao l.nur FrHil Smi II tweattin
llir alomaaa. aiilt tlUMIioti ami aru ai a enalk
MtwuUnt oa Ihe lir al kowott without
iHt lhM Ottawa Of I no I.it4ilv I'mll Syrun
cutiM MltowanM and Imbliual eotHlipatton
! Mil ttaaaoale of rrie ami fa mild and
tdeatanl lo lake Ketopintxr the name OKI.SO
and irlute loaeovtM anr anlmliiiti II Ottno.
I'.rltlsli aoldlrrn who linvo no trade
arc to be taught one during their term
of acrilcc. A commltte Is now studying
out u plan at AlilcmhoL.
It's a heavy strain on mother.
Her system is called upon to supply
nourishment for two.
Some form of nourishment that will
be easily taken up by mother's system
Scoffs Emulsion contains the
greatest possible amount of nourish-,
ment in easily digested form.
Mother and baby are wonderfully
helped by its use. ,
ALL DRUGGISTS! SO. AND $1.00
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I Delayed LottorJ
Thcro was quite a big hiiow' hero
We think it aito a brutal assault
that was made on the Casbior,
Gregory at the Dycusburf; bank
I. K. MuCluro and wifo of the
hi hi Grove vicinity were visiting
their rolutives hero Saturday and
Hut little farm woik is being done
at present time.
Mr. Marion Wring of Kinmauswas
in this section last week looking for
The people in these parts are delivering
Asel Ilodgo of Kmmaus bought a
nice bunch of hogs from Tom I'atton
Mr. Hob Hobinson the old reliable
black smith is always at bis post at
Dycusbnrg roady to do you first-class
Mose i, I'atton and wife are under
many obligations to Tom I'atton and
wife for a fine bunch of turnip greens
recoived from them on the 24th.
Backwater has almost covered the
low land here and is still rising.
Wc hear a great deal of complaint
of the people around losing their
Miss Maud A. Campbell has been
visiting relatives here.
Several of the farmers here attended
tho speaking at Dycusburg Monday.
The wind on the tilth did omc
damage to fencing here.
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles
.Itching, Blind, Hleeding, Producing
Piles. Druggists arc authorited
to refund money if Pazo Uintmont
ails to cure in 0 to 14 days prioo 50o
Neglected Colds Threaten Life,
(Proai loo Ckteato Triaoa.)
Iyal irit with a cold, ia food .drke lor
Proliant om. aad mam II tear 1m vital la tka
caaaol a child. Prooot load, wood vooiilauon,
and drr warm clothin aa Ihr proMt aafaaiuuda
vTt ' B7'7
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million
vutuva. aoes mis record ox meni appeal to you t No Cure, No Pay. DUc.
. Enclosed wtth every kottle k a Ten Cent, package of Grove's Black Root. Liver Pffl.
Hogwaiiow News. :Closing out Regardless of Cost
Kliclc Hoilwangcr dreamed Thursday
night that ho swapped his red
mulo for a cart and seven dollars,
h'llick is fast winning renown as a
The excelsior Fiddling Band is
learning a new tuuc and will quite
playing that one they have been using
for the post year. The new one
is on the scntimcmtal order and
sounds like somebody is dead.
Fit Smith attempted to end his
life yesterday right after dinner by
jumping into tho creek. Ho says
now that be just done it to skeer the
aauMicoidm if Um u. waiaiaiaad tkroach raftor a wook's stay at the Hog Ford
tn rhan.eaM noatbar at aataaan. wiaiKr and
anna rhamioa of a aararha troai ordinarjr
ruid will ba lint Rat tho ordinal r I if hi cold
ill hocorae avrr i( aoflacMd. and a well
rip cold ia lo tho farm ol diphtheria
what aoaar Iu laa boa Tho firaietl nnaaca
torhild HI. at thi aaaann ol tho raar ta tba
nrtlwl.d cold Whathar il la a child or adult,
th. cold alight or Mera. the. voir twit
that eaa h adoptad it to five Chamber
lain Coath K.ntadr It it taJ. aad tare The
ytrat oopalaiHT aad lawna.a tale of thia
baa boea attained by lit remarkable caiea
ol tbla ailmeai A rold neiwr re.ultt ia neeaao
aia when it ia clean. I'or tale by J II Oraja
Tho Loo boats 'took out' on account
of high water making it difficult
lor thorn to pass under the
The rivor has reached the
highobt mark for this time and it is
hoped no further damage will be
Dr. W. (I. Gregory, Kd Ferrcll
and Fayette Frayoor went to Paducab
last wook in a gasoline launch. They
wero throe or four days over duo tot
return, thorc had boon sevcro storms,
tho wires wore down aud much uneasiness
was felt for their safety, but
just as a searching party was ready
to start, they wcro heard from and
soon reached homo safe and sound.
Tho remains of Frank English, a
former resident of K-town, were
brought back to that place for interment
last week. Ho was shot and
instantly killed in Eldorado by a
harbor for whom ho was working.
Frank was a vory agreeable young
man and well liked in this county,
whero ho was born aud reared. Wo
are told that it is tho old story in
ono word whiskey.
Glad to note the faot that tho tobacco
muddlo is sottlcd.
Tho lakes and ponds in this com
munity aro higher than known for
Tho wheat crop is looking fine.
Travel on tho country roads is vory
difficult on account of tho mud.
Tho Hobinson Mino at Lead Hill
is shut down and Mr. Hobinson and
family are wintering in Florida.
DeWltt'i t.ltllt) lUrly (titers, tate, sura plllt,
I . a
ii ya new ruling of the postmaster
hereafter it will not be necessary to
put a two-cents stamp on postal
Yam Sims has'decided to discontinue
his admiration for Miss
Hooks and will put out a big
crop of irish potatoes.
Frisby Hancock who gotdruukand
toro up tho Gander ereok bridge this
week was tried today ano found not
One time a man died and was buried.
That night some fellows dug into
tho grave and upon opening the
box the dead man rose up out of his
colliu and the robbers fled, leaving
some pricely valuables. Moral:
The man was not really dead.
1'ani Sims while over on Musket
Uidgo this wook had bis picture
took standing in the road. Just a
tho camera went oft" a drove of hawgs
walked into the scene, aud greatly
improved the appoaronoc of tho pie
Washington Hooks has returned
moonshine still house
Silo Kihlow wont dowd the road
Thursday to soo a follow.
A snake was found basking in the
sunshine on tho porch at tho postofiice
this morning. It is thought to be
ono of thorn that osoapod from tho
poatmastor's boots a few days ago.
If you spoko of tomorrow
you meant today and not tomorrow.
Haz Barlow is now wearing a red
handkerchief and red sox to
oflhot the color of his nose.
It is rumored around that Miss
Flutio Belcher is fixing to sing at
tho Dog Hill church next Sunday.
Regardless of her voice she is a fine
Tho Wild Onion school has been
closed indefinitely on account of the
persistency of tho scholars in eating
Farmer Jones ho makes a living
From tho proceeds of his pen.
Oh, no, he is not a writer,
He's just raising hogs again.
should be sunshine in the house, and will be if
you give it While's Cteam Vermifuge the best
worm medicine offered to suffering humanity.
This remedy is becoming Ihe permanent fixture
of all households. A mother with children can't
get along without a bottle of While's Cream Ver.
mifuge in the house, J. II Orme,
" Laughing Heart
The heart that goes laughing
And tho lips that sing and sing
That tho way before them's rosy
And tho world is always spring,
And novor half so merry
And never half so wiso
As tho heart that keeps ou laughing
Though an acho within it lies.
until tomorrow what you can do today. If you
ate suffering from a torpid liver, or constipation
dont wail until tomorrow to get help.
Iluy a bottle of Herbine and get that liver
working right Promptness about health saves
many sick spells "Mrs Ida Gretham, Point,
Texas,, writes. I used llerbine in my family for
six years, and find it does all it claims to do." J
J 11 Orme,
IF YOU WANT BARGAINS, now is the time to get them.
NOW is the time to lay in your Winter and Spring gootbt.
Everything going at a sacrifice Come quick before the goodn are
all picked over and the choice goods are gone.
I Mean Business !
Chickens and Eggn taken in exchange for goods at market prices
J. S. McMURRAY,
They do mo wrong who says I come no
When once I knock and fail to find
For every day I stand outside the door
And bid you wake and rise to fight
Wait not for precious chances bassed
Weep not for golden ages on the
Each night I burn the records of the
At sunriwa every soul is born again.
of a woman's life Is the name often
given to "change of life." Your
menses come at long Intervals, and
grow scantier until Uiey stop. The
change lasts three or four years, and
causes much run and suffering,
whiJi can, however, be cured, by
Woman's Refuge In Distress
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness,
fainting, dizziness, hot and cold
flashes, weakness, Ured feeling, etc.
Cardul will bring you safety through
this "dodging period," and build
up your strengUi for the rest of your
life. Try It.
You can get It at all druggists in
SI. 00 bottles.
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I suffereJ." writes Virginia Robson.of East-
1 on, .Md., "until I took Cardul, hlch cured
me so quickly It surprised my doctor, who
cut t Know 1 was Uking it."
A Sketch, Written for tho
Tawn jonrneyed from a small Kentucky
town to Louisvill, and while
standing on ' a down-town corner,
alone, he smiled with a kind of surprise
at seeing a fumiliar faeo near
"Well, if there aint Saml"
Now Tawn and Sam lived in tho same
town, and they squcz hands and smiled,
but did not speak.
Standing silently thcro lor not
moro than two minutes another man
walked up. Well, if thero wasn,t
Ike, f om the same town. Tho hand-shako
and smilo went around, but not
a word was spoken.
Settling togother liko threo grains
of corn in a hopper thoy stood for a
few seconds when up happonod John
from the samo town, tool
Still, nobody said a word, tho'
no two of them had met for moro than
a week, and chance meetings away
from homo usually breed familiarity.
Tawn and Sam and Iko and John
thou looked up and down. the street
to see if any other friend was going
to happen up, and peeing none,
Tawn turned and walked down thu
street, with his three friends walking
all around him.
No one spoko.
The dead march continued for half
a block, then all at once thev halted
in front of a certain place, wheeled
squarely about-face, and
drilled inside the place. And' neither
of them said a word until the flap
doors head ceased and tbe drinks bad
been set out.
The Limit of Life.
The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous
in tbe conclusion that the generally accept
ed limitation of human life is many years below
the attainment possible with tbe ajrmced
knowledge ot which the race is now Possessed
The critical period, that determines its dura
tion, seems to be between 50 and Co; the proper
care ot the body during this decade cannot b
too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal
to longevity Nature's best helper after 50 U
Electric Hitters, the scientific tonic medicine
that revitalir.es every organ of the. body Guar
anteed by J II Orme Druggist 50c.
Our home place on Salem road, one
milo west of Marion court house,
containing 240 acres. 140 acres in
grass, 40 acres in woods; 40 acres iu
u'tivation. Good residence of five
rooms, stable, barn and other outbuildings,
Crooked creek on two
bHc. Pond, spring and two good"
S. J. EiiiiKK & Sons,
34 3t Mariou. Kv.
1 ii.Mi.,1 .
For Rheumatict Sufferers.
The quick relief from pain afforded by applying
Charcbeilain's Pain Halm makes it a favorite
with sufferers from rheumatism, sciatica, lame
back lumbago, and deep seated ami muscular
patos, I'or sale by J 11 Orme.
The Yazoo-Mississippi Valley.
Is the title of a new pamphlet now
ready for distribution and published
by the Illinois Central Railroad Company.
It desoribes in detail the resources
ano possibilities of the richest valley
in the United States. For a frco
copy address the undersigned at
J. F. Merry,
Qcneral Immigration Agent.
Wintry winds whined weirdly Willie Wriggled
while Winnie wheeled Wisdom
whispers, winter winds work wheezes Wherefore
we write, "Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup," Nothing else so good Sold by J II
Tho projected 000-ml!o canal la
Florida would convert 0,500,000 acrs
of swamp Into fertile land.
m m 1 11 ...-
This is to certify that all druggists are author,
lied to refund your money if Foley's Honey and
Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results
from a cold Cures la grippe cough and
prevents pneumonia and consumption Contain
no opiates The genuine is In a yellow package '
Refute substitutes J II Orme.
Miles (about to cross the pound).
Whnt do yon take for BeaslckaeMr?,, v ,
Giles An oceaa voyage.
Use a little KODOL after your meals and it will
be found to afford a'prompt and efficient relief.
KODOL nearly approximates the digestive Juices
It digests what you eat It is.sold on a guaranteed
relief plan Sold here by J II Orme.
"Nature's whisky factory to aa te-
. Mctivorous plant. Its blossoms bahiff
small Tltcherfllled with ft fluid wWch
Intoxicates flies, gnats and other , insects.
They sfp and sip again, becene
intoxicated and fall Into the 'flul,
where their bodies are dissolved 'a4
absorbed. ,. ......
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"Everybody Should Know"
says C G Hays, a prominent business man of
UlufT, Mo., Arnica Salve U 'the
juickest and surest healing salve ever applied lo
a.sore, burn or wound, or to a case of piles I've
used' it and knoV Vrhat I'm talking about,"
antecd by J H.qrme Druggist 11c. s ,
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