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&11 niht !on3 from toothache
neurevl0i. or rheumatism
kills the peari quiets the
nerves evnd induces sleep
At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c bHOO
Dr E&rl S.SIofijv,Boslor,Mjvss U.S.A.
JUDGE BUNK GARDNER
nimously Endonsed for Rail Road Commissioner
The Manufactures, Merchants and Business
Men of Graves County
I ION ADOri'ISl) HY TUB MKlK'llANTS Aiil)
01' THIS CITY OV MAYPIKI.P. KY.
U era, mr fftlliw lmwwta, Jadge 11 Uardixr, ba aiiuouurrd
, adidntw iW Kutlraaf Commiaioner far ik i'lrat Hullroad
j . and
U , r.a, we have waKUed hia atrnggle through a4vreitj lo a nell
d useful imuihod awl one worthy of 4airalkNi nil emulation,
Vli.rta. we rettofmteed ia him rare ahiluj, the at meet iHtegnly
. mug devotion t public duty wham re r Hd whawtrnr cntrnMed
V luraew. we Uaiiove him thoroughly wahlj ii evarjr uav i per-
duties ef.tbo ti&tt to which bo aaptna, aiMl that bit udHiiautra
f would ba haraeimd by tbe nnr roaaeiUoe eonrae ae hit
rnedhi Ufa, public and private tberafura ba it
. olTtd. that the MeraUaU and MaRfatftr of ike City of May-'
re by MHt heartily aprove of and cbaarfully aadoraa bia aid
ledte ouralo to aav and all honorable aMtboda f aecure bia
nan, J. W. Kidnav, K K Lo?bridg, Kraak Brooke, M L
rMO, a cUn Hsatt f iCBl .
ami pMMAnanttr ruffl "'
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i mwI l a roiui.ZI.MO drawt
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Mil. tAbonrtlteowlr. nt kar
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, riHl Cult lor til dUruM of lb
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"f pjfmplrt. I lJlerour
mpaatvi airtaiH In iba wojUl
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IIARKY IIAIU'UR. Tint.
f V ROSE MEDICINE CO.
1,r. Sir.. I. 5T. LOUIS. MO.
i Gmrnlra mi StU Br vwhi
"AYNES & TAYLOR.
Fmulates Carrie Nation
lVb. 0. With her little
lorrow, of I'tten. emu-
i ' Nation and doatroyeii
thi pbe aonduotl by
l.uiwarke, who is as tlio
social olub tuoorporutad
pMi0i!tw! utiilcir tho luws of
1 rrnw wont to tho olub liouso
'moon and found her
nnnn Morrow, witli othorn
ii ml tho stove. She then
tu knock down tho stovo.
Sbe a led bin lo go boaae, and he
did not (imply wita tbe ra.iieat.
he ilivo proeaedrd to aooch down
the ioe pipa and danoliab tbe tove
ai.tfjad itb bar work, aha retired,
and thraataoad to raturn if the
did not aoonnpaay bar home.
ll vast bona aad Moaday Km-
aaad her a mat a rharfrt
of aualinoaa treapaaa. fbe waa
aantfi 10 Maiiati4a Aadra Lewis
,aort aal the eaaa wa)t oter uatil
slnij From Hie (iravc
A protnirMMit mnnufarturvr, Wm
Kertwoll. of Lurttmn, N. (' . reltv. a
I moat remarkable experience.
"After takina; leati than thro littles
of Electric Bittern, I feci likeonerwinp;
from the frave. My troublo is Bright 's
(iisoano. in tho Pinhvtus stngc. I fully
boliovo KUvtrk Hitters will euro me
pcrmant!, for It hns already Htoppcd
tho liver and bladder complications
which luive troubled mo for yoarH."
Guaranteed at Hnynoa & Taylor's
dniRtfiat, I'nco only W)c.
For Rheumatic Sutlers
Tho titilck relief from pain afforded
by npplyii'K Cltunborlafn'a Pain Balm
makos it a favorite with aulTorors from
rhoutnnUefii, aciatica, lomo back,
nnd deep aoatoil ami muscular
palna. l'or aale by Haynea A Taylor.
Mu. Kuitor. We aaw in the
laat iwue of the Starr Iteuia, thia
question what waa the first Text
proaeherl in Kentucky and who preached
it aud we anawer it thus.
Text Let Me Die the death of tj
KightouB and let wy last end be like
hiH. Tho pastor being Hov. Hickman,
Baptist Doctrine in the year
of 177(5 in tho HiuiU of HarrodBburgc
Mercer couuty Kentucky. J. W.
Murtin, V. 0. Chandler. I'avo
Always Remember the Full Nannie
Laxative Rromo Quinine
Cures a Cold in One Day, Grip inTwa
A Storu of Cuitfd's Dan
Bu VIRGINIA LEILA VENTZ
Cepyrlchl. HOC by K. C. Purcalls.
ITT mv iloar i?lrl. It's oiilv for
one night" the manager began
"I won't dreas Jn that pen,
I tell you. Of course you think I'm In
a temper nnd taking tulvuutage of my
red hair and all that, but I'm not I'm
merely tlrm, nud you'll have no Lady
Capulet tonight "
alius Mlniuda of the Titian tinted
locka had been consigned to a bad
dressing room, u tiny partitioned apace
three flights up. with a lenlc in tho roof
that let tho water through, aud It was
"Never mind, dear," said Miss Marlon
(Iray, the Juliet of that night's performance.
"You may share my dressing
"Well, fix It up between you, girls,"
admonished Mr. Washington Cohen,
with a wavo of his hand nnd a High of
rollef. Then he went to don the cotton
velvet of tho Montagues, for ho was
not only husluoss manager, but Borneo
"Do you know," observed Miranda,
(.lipping on her soiled kimono nnd ensconcing
liorsHf, with her inakoup box.
liefore tho hpecklod. cracked mirror.
"next Wednesday 'II Iw St. Valentine's
day. nnd wo play Kansns City that
'Yea?" The travel worn little Juliet
was mending ono of tho silver lilies on
tho friar's eoll gown nnd woudorlng If
they'd yet found the bnleony rail. Last
time she played the scene she'd had to
do without it, and the setting wns
"Uh huh," repeated Miranda, energetically
rubbing the cold crenm into her
face. "I'm glad It's Kansas City,
my best beautiful lives there,
and, being St. Valentine's day-well,
I'm going to sit right down as soon as
I'm through hero and warn him to
liave something pretty spanking nice
St. Valentino's dayl Had It really
como around again? Later, waiting In
the cold, windy wings for her cues, the
thought of It stayed with Marlon. How
vividly she recalled the day two years
ngo! Instinctively her lingers closed on
a llttlo hard substauce close to her
v n (fy v
11 M lacy Utr ttit&p
. . vv I
fntf here you tuonder tuny, no
ifon jxici a common fact.
'IT had, forsooth, a plump red heart
Transjljecd by Cuptas flying dart.
Hut hearts, you say, are ornaments
With tvhich no valentines dispense!
c tender message that it bore
ou'-Oe often conned such greetings o'er.
Uhc tenor you can tell thereof f
"I'm thine be
jfrUT aJ tibl1 dumber Fi-Ve
I'll state, dear reader, 'ttuas alive
to, lacy stuff, a dainty goutn
fpon the trimmest form in totetnl
"he Cupid's botu tvas curved lips ttaaini
The heart hut need 1 more ejeptain 7
The message, old, yet evar nctzt.
May soma one tohfspcr thus to you.
heart wider tho folds of her Juliet
When aha wont back to tho stuffy
dreaalnjr room Miranda -was Jiwt
her threatened letter, between
dabbing retouches of rouge on
hor cheeks with a rabbit's paw. Mr.
Wnaiilngton Cohen looked In the open
door nud laughed.
"At It again?" said ho.
"At what ngaln?" tossed bnck
over her shoulder.
"That perfect face, my dear lady,"
bowed ho, with mock gravity. "Why
paint the Illy, why retouch tho rose?"
quoth he blandly, going on tils way.
Just then cauio a loud knock at tbe
character man's dressing room, a few
"I WON'T DRES3 IN THAT TEN, I TELL YOU."
doors below. Tlio cnll boy had fetched
a half dozen black bottles of beer nnd
some thick glasses on a cheap japanued
"Como In nnd Join me, girls," called
the character man cordially, wiping hla
lips after his first loug draft. And
Miranda, putting nn extra loading of
cosmetic on her lashes, went Marlon
Cray had promised to mend tho lining
of Mercutlo's cloak, so sho stayed
Her eye fell on Miranda's letter.
"Why shouldn't sbe, Marlon Gray, write
a letter too? Again her fingers tightened
on that little, hard, hidden
Sho smiled for a moment softly,
capriciously. Then, almost reverently,
she drew It out to the length of her
chnln. It was a small silver heart,
locked with n silver key.
The face that looked at her from tho
ocket seemed to fascinate her. It was
nontlis since sho had allowed herself-i
Mep at It, but now why, almost be
I 'Pined to be sinking to her In his
q tender xotithorn drawl.
"Yj,Of you'vo sot your heart on It,
t;ir," Ikmviih Haying. "I reckon you'll
luxe lo go. But I flinll keep on
with my work, loving you Jut
tlnA Hniun. Who kimwo? Some day my
little Marlon may want me, and I must
lay up against that day."
"For heuven's sake, let the old cloak
go and come In nnd bavo n beer!'' came
hoarsely from the character man's
"I'm busy," tho girl called back
vaguely. Sho was listening to tho
voice of tho ninn looking up at her
"My little sweetheart Is ono of those
who must go out into the world nnd
buy experiences for themselves," the
low voice was explaining, half to Itself
nnd half to her. "Those who hinder
her are only hurting her. But some
if y asTjaa'? JatatLTl 1
uWy lit W J I
hakded nnn a violitt vox tted with
day, when she's tired, sho may be right
glad to leun on sorao ono whom she
"What the dickens Is tho matter,
Juliet?" called Miranda mockingly.
"You're Jolly Blow company tonight."
"but she must be tired ilrst," the
voice went on. "When ono Is tired
one's heart cries aloud. And It Is then
thnt those who love us will not foil us.
Take this, dear" he was handing her
tho locket ngaln, Just as ho had two
years back "and if over you want mo
scud me the little key. I Rhnll under
stand. And, no matter where or how
far you may be, the call will fetch me
Marlon pushed back her heavy hair
from her eyes with tho back of her
hand and, tlndlug the touch of her
cool to her brow, let them rest
there for a second.
Ah, hadn't she had a wonderful llttlo
cveulng of It, though, that dear St.
Valentine's dayl She was to start on
her first theatrical engagement In tho
morning, aud there was all tho beautiful
excitement of the untried life star-lug
her in tlio face. How for sheer Joy
she had smiled at everything.
"Walt till I como back to you with
fame and wonlth, my dear boy," she
had bubblod laughingly to her lover,
little hooding tho wounding of her
words, "and thon and thou"
With fame and wealthl Oh,
painted cloak which lay across her
lap, and Juliet's gown embroidered
with tlusol Hllcs, which hung over the
back of a chair, how they stood to her
for the resplendence that sho had
meant to have for her own vague resplendence
made up of empty pageantry
1 Sho had fancied herself In trailing,
folded garments, moving Ilko a princess
In aud out among perpetual
aud bird song. Thcro had been in
stead unspcakablo drudgery, cheap hotels,
freezing or stifling theaters, endless
Journeys with continual fatigue.
As the girl's beautiful, tired eyes rested
again on Miranda's envelopo she
rose, as though under n spell, and, taking
one moro long look at the faco in
tho locket, she kissed It with a little
Joyful half sob. Then she detached the
When Miranda came back Into tho
dressing room there was nnotber sealed
note lying besldo her own waiting
to be mailed.
In Kansas City Just before tbe half
hour call was given one of tho stage
hands rapped on Miss Gray's door and
handed her n violet box tied with violet
Marlon opened it, with n sudden,
thought springing Into her mind
nnd ranking her dizzy with sheer Joy.
Her pale cheeks went pink, llko the
flush of a wild rose, as she searched the
box feverishly for tho card
Ah, thero It was! -And tho old familiar
handwriting! Sbo stood perfectly
still for a few moments, trembling
visibly. Then sho bent her head
under tho miserably poor wired gas
Jot and read Just a few lines, signed
with a certain foolish llttlo namo they
both knew, but eloquent with meaning.
The great double violets smiled up
In the girl's face. Sho raised their
dowy fragrance closo against her hot
"He's heard my Valentino call, dear
flowers," she whispered Into their
hearts, "and he's coming for mo tonight!
Oh, bo's coming for me tonight!"
An Ancient Dennlilon,
An old writer who lived many years
before the reformed
spelling was promulgated defined n
valentine to be "ye flrste of mankyndo
that a mayde simile seo on yo Sayntc
Valcntyne's dayo or ye flrste maydo
that a man simile see on Saynte
" 'jff 'rTTyT
, "j "' " I'ii"," "J" ".;." r. '-'" " --' -l,..VC..Z
fnee Vace is albuayj on them tacec
The jice displayed a Cupid's botu
vO, yes, Jndeed, I fulty Knotu
'the ordinary thing '
Upon the season's offering.
Un- ' V.
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This is the
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Salem St. MARION KY.
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The Press and weekly Courier
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Local Time Table I. G. Railroad
Loave Marlon ;oi am
Leave Marion 117 pm
Leave Marion 340 pm
Leave Marlon jijorm
Arrive Evansville 845 am
Arrive Evanivllle 345 pm
Arrive Evanivllle 630 pm
Arrive Mattoon qjo pm
Arrive Evansville 150 am
Arrive Chicago 930 am
Leave Marlon J6 am
Leave Marion 1117am
Leave Marion 340 pm
Leave Marion 7)5 pm
Arrive Princeton 100 am
Arrive Nathville 810 am
Arrive Princeton iais pa
Arrive Princeton 450 pm
Arrive Nashville 025 pm
Arrive Princeton 835 pm
Ar Hopklntville 94s pm
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