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BY FRANK H. SPEARMAN
ILLUSTRATED BY PARKER
SANKEY'S DOUBLE HEADER
PestiriliiiiK n- collision in a snowiltift when "the groat rams of steel
and Arc had done their work and dashed at each other frenzied ooro&s
the Blackwood gorge."
Thf mystery of the Cowhoy engineer who disappeared in a burning
building to save a man he hud injured in a .strike row.
SODA WATER SAL
Telling how nn old engine developed unexpected peed in a crisU and
was rescued from the disgrace of running on a jerkwater line.
THE McWILLIAMS SPECIAL
How it made a great run across the continent to save, a hank, when
"the Fie-Nine lurched at the curves like a mad woman, shook free
with very fury," and took a burning bridge.
The story of a train dispatcher who ".saved the company $300, 000
that night the Ogalalla train ran away." Ducks is vice president
THE MILLION DOLLAR FREIGHT TRAIN
How a consignment of silk was saved from destruction by strikers
by tho cool nerve of a young engineer on his first run.
THE NERVE OF FOLEY
Thrilling rescue of his enemy's little boy who was caught on a crossing
by Foley's engine.
THE KID ENGINEER
Who displayed grent daring and coolness when the connecting rod
of his engine broke and U'gan threshing his cab to splinters.
A n'w conductor on his lirst run by quick thinking prevents a collision
with a pavtenger train ami sates the lites of many passengers,
The story of a now engine in u collision which led to the reunion of
tat r er and son (engineer and on the Skysorniieri who had
Ik-1'1' lost to each other for yeais.
To Begin in Our NexJ Issue. Scn't Get Left
Judge N. W. Utley
I he tolliiwinir: complimentary no-
tu'i of Judge N. W. I'tley is taken
fp m the Stanford Interior Journal,
f the 'J.'ith hist. Jud-'e I'tley has
been holding a special term of the
Lit coin Circuit court
huljie I'tley has made a most
favorable iiujiresiuii hero during bis
brief sojourn and he will returned to
w home in Lynn county with the
be si wishe of many warm friends.
Tl c lawyer are delighted with him
as a ,udge, well as a gentleman.
Ho was educated far a minister of
the gospel and served a missionary
in Japan for seven years, representing
the Methodist church. When
reaching the age of :1 he turned his
attention to the law and since
hi license, a short while afterwards
he has enjoyed a lucrative
practice. He has never offered for
office but once and was then elected
as a State Senator from Lyon, Trigg.
Livingston and Calloway counties
aud was president of the Senate in
1002. He was a warm friend of the
lamnetcd Gocbel and is an ardent
admirer of Gov. Heckham. In our
united acquaintance we know of no
more polished gentleman than Judge
Htley and we arc sorry that his
rcnidencc here is temporary rather
L --- -d
Do You Want a Sewing Machine Free?
We will gite a fine sewing machine
made by tlie New Home Company
absolutely free to the lirst peron sending
us one hundred subscriptions to
the provided that ten of the
names ate those of new subscribers,
not now on our books. This contest
runs one hundred days. All contestants
and their lists must be m our
ollicc on or before Tuesday April IJOth.
The I'ress of May 'Jnd, will announce
the winner and alo the second prize
from the nearest competitor.
Special Announcement Regarding
the National Pure Food and
U c arc pleased to announce that Foley's I lone)
anil Tar for couchs, colds ami lungs troubles is
not attectud by tho National l'urc 1'ood and
Drug taw a it contains no opiates or other harmful
drugs, and we n commend it as a safe remedy
for children and adults J II Onue.
The Southern Fneiflc Railroad company
has bought In San Francisco a
lot on which It will erect at ouce a
$250,000 railroad Hospital.
For Biliousness and Sick Headach
Take Orlno I.axatiw fruit Sjiup It sweetens
the stemmed, aids digestion aud acts as a Kentle
stimulant on the lier and bowels without irritating
these organs Orino Laxative fruit Syrup
cures biliousness and habitual constipation
Does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and
pleasant to take Remember the name OKINO
and refuse to accept any substitute J II Orrne.
Itritlsh noldlers who have no trade
are to ho taught one during their term
of service. A committee Is now studying
out a plan at Aldershofc.
It's 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
is needed. ." ,
Scoff J Emutsion contains the
greatest possible amount of nourish
ment in easily digested form. '
.Mother and baby are wonderfully
'helpe4by.it. use,, ,
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ALL DRUCCISTIt f. AND iW .
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There was quite a big snow bore
We think it aitc a brutal assault
that was made on the Cashier,
Gregory at the Dycusburg bank
L. K. MoUluro and wife of the
Kim Grove vicinity were visiting
their relatives here .Saturday and
But little farm woik is beui'' done
at present time.
Mr. Marion Wring of Kmmauswas
in this scetion last week looking for
The people in these part are delivering
Ascl Hodge of Kmmaus bought a
nice bunch of hogs from Tom l'atton
Mr. Hob Robinson the old reliable
black smith is always at his post at
Dycusburg ready to do you first-class
Mose L. Patton and wife arc under
many obligations to Tom Patton and
wife for a fine bunch of turnip greens
received from them on the 24th.
Backwater has almost covered the
low land here and is still rising.
We 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
the speaking at Dycusburg Monday.
The wind on the Mth did some
damage to fencing here.
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles
telling, Blind, Bleeding,
ing Piles. Druggists are authorized
to refund money if Pazo Ointment
ails to cure in (i to 11 days price f)(Jo
Neglected Colds Threaten Life,
(1 roiu tin- C hicago Tubum !
1'uiil trille with a cold, i ituoil udvici for
priidtnt men ami women. It ma In. vital in the
fi.eula chitil. Proper food, good ventiluion.
and dry warm clothirni are the propel safeguard
against colds. It the are maintained through
the changeable weather of autumn, winir A
spring the chances of a surprise from ordin uy
will be slight Hut the ordinal y light cold
Kill become seven, if neglected, and a well istab
lished ripe cold it to the Benin of diphtheria
what lone) i to the bee The gieatest uunance
to child lile at this of the jear is the
in ulec'eil cold Whether il i a child or adult,
thi cold slmlii 01 the. er beii treatment
that can be adopti d is to him- Chamberlain
s Coubii Keiiiedv It i "afi and sure The
Bit at jK)iulaiii nnd immense sale of ttiii preparation
ban In n ittained b it rem trknble cuie
ofltiis.uliiH.nl i ulil mLi ri ults in pnmimo
ma whun it it kivuii. I or sale li II Oim '
The Lee boats 'took out' on account
of high water making it difficult
for them to pass under the
The river has perhaps reached the
highest mark for this time and it is
hoped no further damage will be
Dr. W. (5. Gregory, Ed 1'errcll
and Fayette Frayser went to Paducah
last week in a gasoline launch. They
were three or four days over due to
return, there had been severe storms,
the wires were down and much uneasiness
was felt for their safety, but
just as a searching party was ready
to start, they were heard from aud
soon reached home safe and sound.
The remains of Frank English, a
former resident of E-town, were
brought back to that place for
last week. He was shot and
instantly killed in Eldorado by a
barber for whom ho was working.
Frank was a vory agreeable young
man and well liked in this county,
whero he was born aud reared. We
are told that it is the old story in
one .word whiskey.
Qlad to note the fact that tho tobacco
muddle is settled.
Tho lakes and ponds in this com
munity are higher than known for
The wheat crop is looking fine.
Travel on tho country roads is very
difficult on account of the mud.
- Tho Robinson Mine at Lead Hill
I is shut down and Mr. Robinson' and
' family are wintering in Florida.
i DeWltt's Little Early Risers, ia(o, sure pills,
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Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annus! Sales over One and a Half Million
pomes, noes ims record
Enclosed with every
lOlick Hellwauger dreamed Thursday
night that he swapped his red
mule for a cart and seven dollars.
I'illick is fast winning renown as a
The excelsior Fiddling Band is
learning a new tuue and will quite
playing that one they have been using
for the past year. The new one
is on the scutitncmtal order and
sounds like somebody is dead.
Fit Smith attempted to end his
life yesterday right after dinner by
jumping into the creek. He says
now that he just done it to skecr the
B 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
Hocks and will put out a big
crop of irish potatoes.
Frisby Hancock who gotdruuk and
tore up the Gander creek bridge this
week was tried today ane found not
One time a man died and was buried.
That night some fellows dug into
the grave and upon opening the
box the dead man rose up out of his
colli n and the robbers Hed, leaving
some priccly aluablcs. Moral:
The man was not really dead.
Vam Sims while over on Musket
Uidgc this week had his picture
took standing in the road. Just as
the camera went oil a drove of hawgs
walked into the scene, ami gre,ttl
improved the .ippeaieuee of the pic
Washington Hooks has returned
alter a week's stay at the Hog Ford
moonshine slill house
Silc Kildow went dowd the road
Thursday to see a lellow
A Miakc was louiid basking in the
siiiishiue on the porch at thopostutiiee
this morning. It is thought to be
one of them that escaped from th.i
postmaster's boots a few days ago.
If you spoke of touinrrow yesterday,
j oti meant today and not tomorrow.
Ha. Barlow is now wearing a red
handkerchief aud red sox to
offset the color of his nose.
It is rumored around that Miss
Flutie Belcher is fixing to sing at
the Dog Hill church next Sunday.
Regardless of her voice she is a fine
The Wild Onion school has been
closed indefinitely on account of the
persistency of the scholars in eating
Farmer Jones he makes a living
From the 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 cie it While's Cream Vermifuge the best
worm medicine offered to suffering humanity.
This remedy is becoming the permanent future
of all households. A mother with children can't
get alone without a bottle of White's Cream Ver,
mifuge in the house. J. II Orrne,
The heart that goes laughing
And the lips that sing and sing
That tho way before them's rosy
And tho world is always spring,
And never half so merry
And never half so wise
As the heart that keeps on laughing
Though an acho within it lies.
Dont Put Off
until tomorrow what you can do today. If you
are suffering from a torpid liver, or constipation
dont wail until tomorrow to get help,
lluy a bottle of Herbine and get that liver
working right Promptness about health saves
many sick spells "Mrs Ida Gresham, Point,
Texas,, writes. I used Herbine hi my family for
six years, and find It does all it claims to do." J
; H Orrne.
01 merit anneal 10 you c
bottle is a Ten Cent package of Grove's
Closing out Regardless of Cost
F 'OV WANT UAIKiAIX.S m is tin time to got them.
NOW is the time to lay in
Everything going at :i sacrifice Come quick before the ;oriil ur
all licked over ami the choice goods are gone.
I Mean Business !
Chickens and Kgg taken in exchange for good at market pric'
J. S. MciMURRAY,
They do me 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 sunriria every soul is born again.
( Period I
El of a worn mi's lib- is the rime eft n m
M hIM'll to ".lllll i of If'." ur fij
1 mcovs o me at bin,; Inti rvils, a iJ 1
V3 i,r. .v s. tiii t until st p. The fc
VH JiinKel.tststhriinr fi urj.'irs, n,J U
JO causes muJi 1 nn and stuf'rint', JH
f uluJt utii, iiuw .n tir, be curt J, by fcg
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WINE OF ARDO
Woman's Refuge in Distress
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness,
irritability, miserul leness,
fainting, dizziness, hot ana cold
flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc.
Cardul will brintiyou safely through
this "dodginK period," and build
up your strength for the rest of your
life. Try it.
You can set It at all druggists In
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I suffereJ."ntes ircinla Robson.of Tast-
on.Ald.. "until 1 took Cardul. which cured I
me so quickly It surprised my doctor, wno '
dun l Know 1 was taxins it.
A Sketch, Written for the
Tawn jonrncyed 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 familiar face near
'Well, if there aint Sam!"
Now Tawn and Sam lived in the same
town, and they squez hands and smiled,
but did not speak.
Standing silently there lor not
more than two minutes another man
walked up. Well, if there wasn,t
Ike, f om the same town. The handshake
and smiio went around, but not
a word was spoken.
Settling together like three grains
of corn in a hopper they stood for a
few seconds when up happened John
from the same town, tool
Still, nobody said a word, tho'
no two of them had met for more than
a week, and chance meetings away
from homo usually breed familiarity.
Tawn and Sam and Ike and John
theu looked up and down .tho street
to see if any other friend was going
to happen up, and seeing none,
Tawn turned and walked down the
no iure. no ray. w.
Black Root Liver Pills,
your Winter and Spring good.
street, with his three friends walking
all around him.
No one spoke.
The dead march continued for half
it block, then all at once they halted
in front of a certain place, wheeled
si)uarely about-face, soldier-like aud
drilled inside the place. And neither
of them said a word until the flap-doors
head ceased and the drinks had
been set out.
The Limit of Life.
The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous
in the conclusion that the generally accepted
limitation of human life is many years belovr
the attainment possible with the advanced
knowledge of which the race is now Possessed
The critical period, that determines its duration,
seems to be between 50 and fio. the proper
cait of the body during this dtcadr cannot br
too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal
to longevity Natures best helper after 50 it
I lectric Hitu.rs. the scitutitic tunic medicine
that revitalizes etry organ of the 1kh1
by I II Orme Druggist w
1 Our home place on Salem road, one
mile uest ot Marion court house,
i'lint.iiuiiig 210 acres. 110 acros in
r,i" 10 acres in wood, 10 aero? in
! u'inatioii. (jood residence of live
i minis, M.thlc, barn and other
Crooked creek ou two
silt's l'ond, spring and two good
P. .1. Ki.iiKit A: Suns.,
;H :t Marion. Ky.
For Rheumatict Sufferers.
111. ,wi k ri In fn in imiu .ltl.nlid bv apply
I i I iiul'i i lain Pain I'al i ui iki - it j f.iuut
in i tlitiMs tiKiu iliiitMiaii 'i sciatica, lame
lak I mil jko and dtt n .1 mil muscular
!l,u 1 .r - ill- l J II Hum
The Yazoo-Mississippi Valley.
Is the title ot a new- pamphlet now
ready for distribution aud published
by the Illinois Central llailroad Company.
It describes in detail the resources
ane possibilities of the richest valley
in the United States. For a free
copy address the undersigned at
J. F. Mkuuv,
General Immigration Agent.
Wintry winds whined wcirdl) Willie Wriggled
while Winnie nhieed wretchedly Wisdom
whispers, winter winds work wheezes Wherefore
we write, "Use Kennedy's Lasative Couib
Syrup," Nothing else so good Sold by J II
The projected canal l
Florida would convert 0,500,000 acre
of swamp Into fertile land,
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This is to certify that all druggists arc author.
Ued to refund your money if Foley's Honey and
Tar fails to cure our 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 )clIow package
Refuse substitutes J II Orme.
Miles (about to cross the poundy
Wbnt do you take for SMslckaeM?
Giles An oceaa Yoyajc.
Use a little KODOL after your meals and il will
be found to afford a'prompt and efficient reltaf,
KODOL nearly approxlmatas :hs digestive juices
It digests what you eat It it sold on a guaranteed
relief plan Sold here by ) H Orme.
"Nature's wlilsky factory is a
. Mctlvorous plant. Its blossoms bvroc
small pltcherllUed with fluid wWch
Intoxicates files, gnats and other Insects.
They sip and sip again, became
Intoxicated and fall Into the 'laid,
where their bodies are dlssolred as
"Everybcfuy Should Know"
says C G Hays, a prominent business man of
Uluff, Mo. , th'afUucklen's Arnica Salve la tb
quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to
a.sore, burn or wound, or to a case ot piles I've
used it and knbVr What I'm talking about," Guaranteed
by J H.Qrme Druggist jjc,
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