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For Cough, Cold, Croup,
At all Dealers
Price 25c 50c 6 H00
"Sloan's Book on Horses
Cattle. Hogs 6 Poultry
Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan
615 Albany SK Boston. M ass.
The river is bank full sixain.
The rain stopped the farmers from
Bill Garland, the stock man, of
was in our midst last
J. H Kasley purchased a fine mule
in Illinois last week. of
T. N. Hracy i on the list. in
Kb Sullengcr, of Irina. was in our
Dr. Daughtrcy, of Marion, was
down to see his little nephew, who is
Herbert Kasley was in Lola last
week, while there sold a very fine
horse to Rev. Hob ;Iohnn of that
The Herrin Bros, arc preparing to
build a large stoic house this Spring
at this place. y
The telephone company will begin
to work right soon putting in phones
over this section, most of the people
will take a phone.
Henry Cook, of Marion, was down for
last week looking after lu farm. is
Dug Hardin, near Sheridan, was
in our midst last week, buying mules.
The men look lorwant to county
Mii l.ora Johnson, of near Sheridan,
ha- been visiting in this neighborhood.
.John Kd Hracy went to Irma last
wetk to look at a pair of mules. n
L. A. Kasley will grind your corn,
shoe your horses and do all kinds of
shop work, call and try him.
Herbert and Hayes Kasley was in
"hcridiin last week.
A Humane Appeal
A h iniane cltizuii of Kichmoml, Intl.. Mr V 1)
"William 10- west main St.. says : "I appeal In al n
Ml sens with weak limes to take Ur Kins' New
Discovery, the only ranicjy that has helped me
anil fully comes up to the proprietor's recoiii
menilation." It Faves more lives than all other
threat anil hint: remedies put together L'seil as
a couch and cnhl cure the world over Cures
asthma bronchitis croup, whooping cough, iiuinsy
hoarseness, and phthisic stsps hemorrhages ot
the lungs and huihls them up Guaranteed at
JllUrmcsdrug store, 50c fr.oo Trial bottle
Why not buy one and thereby
add a tone to your correspondence
and increase your
t credit. Even a child can op
Telephone us and we will
put one in your home or
CRIDER & WOODS
On Jan. 20th, 1!)07, the funeral
services, of Charles Samuel Bennett,
was held in the Baptist church at
Fredonia, Ivy., by the pastor.
He was bom' May 12th, lS'.IO,
and departed this life Jan. ISth,
1007. And the morning he left his
home in good health and full of vigor
youth, in company with another
young man in a little boat went out
the back waters of the
river to kill some birds, the boat was
overturned and Charles was drowned.
seems so hard to his parents and
grand parent to tee him go thus,
may our God give them grace to bear
up under it and to live cloer to
him. His father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Bennett, now live in
Miss, but this being the home of his
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Bennett. His remains was brought
back here aud was placed in our cemetery
to await the rcsurection morning.
M. K. Mii.i.ku.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
Both Agreeable and Effective
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no superior
coughs, colds and cioup, and the fact that it
pleasant to take and contains nothiiu' in any
injurious has it a favorite with mothers,
Mr. W. S. Pelhatn, a merchant of Kirksvillc,
Iowa, says: "For more than twenty ears Chamberlain's
Cough Kemeily lia been my leading
remedy for all throat troubles. It is especially
successful in cases of croup. Childtun like it
and my customers who have u.ed it will not take
any other," I'or sale b J II Omit he leading
druggist in western Kv.
A licgnl Iletort.
In a suit recently tried In a Virginia
town a youu? lawyer of limited
experience tvus addressing a jury on
point of law when, Kiod nnturwlly,
he turned to oppointf cuiumcl, a luan
of much more experkuce than himself,
and asked:' "That's right, I believe.
Whereupon TTopUIn, with a smile ot
conscious puperlority, replied: "Sir. I
have an ollice in Uichiuond, wherein
shall lie delighted to enlighten you
on any point of law for a consideration."
The youthful attorney, not In the
ler.st abashed, took from his pocket
half-dollar piece, which he offered
Colonel Hopkins with this remark:
"No tiino like the preent. Take this.
sir. tell us what you know and give
up tie chnnt'e." Itiehmond
If you are Constituted, dull, or
or have a sallow lifeless complexion,
try just once to see what
they will do for you. are little
toothsome Candy tablets nice to eat,
nice in effect. No griping, no pain.
Just a gentle laxative effect .that is
pleasing and desirable. Handy for
the vest pocket or purse.
meet every desire. come to
you in beautiful lithographed metal
boxes at 5 cents and 25 cents. Sold by
Haynes & Taylor.
S wflnifflra rami F
Before Vou Purchase Any Other Wrlta
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sewlne Machines are mads to sell retard-less
of quality, but the "Sow Homo ".Is made
to wear. Ou" guaranty never runs out
We make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions
of the trade. The ".Vow Homo' s'andsatthe
bead of all family sewing machines
Hold lis authorized tlrnlers only.
ron s'.k n
Nunn & Tucker.
ROLL OF HONOR.
The Following Have Paid or Renewed
Since Last Report.
James Meyers Ky
Mrs Minnie Clement Cal
Lee Burklow Ky
It. II. Morris
J. H. Smith
Mrs Florence Vandell City
J. K. Stephens Ky
W. T. Burnett Miss
Minnie Lalluu Ky
Clara Hodge u
W. II. Cophcr City
Miss Dickie Rankin City
G.B. Uennctt Ky
A. It. Nunn it
Kd Stone City
Jas Writtenberry Ky
W. L. Kenedy
K. L. Kemp
Jesse Weldon (
Chas Kvaus IT
D S K ('rider It K D
It K Belt City
W S Belt it
J W Lamb Ky
W A Itingo
J L Laltue
J N Boston City
A C Crowcll Ky
ltev K B Blackburn City
He v. Boyce Taylor Ky
Kmest Carnahan City
G W Noggle Ky
J L Rankin
W X Weldon
C, T Knoch Ten n
R A Withcrspoon Kan
I) II King Ivy
K C Clark City
Joe G Brantley Ky
M Gahagan ii
John Butler i.
H S Threlkeld ii
W S Riggs tt
J It Cambron (i
II L Lamb (t
L Morgan tt
Mr. T H Lamb R F D No 1
L B Cain it
A A I'ritts it
J It Ford ii
G G Baker R F DJXo 1
R II Butler City
A F Woolfe Ky
L S Hard City
M 1' l'ogue Ky
Bon K Curry Mo
Isaac Glas City
Mr.. Deinpsey Kemp Ky
J A Fritts
J W Grimes
S A Dillard
J T Butler
Joe T Wilson City
Joe D Lamb Ky
U II Woodall
P C Lamb
W T Man ley
Mayfield Hughes City
St. Vitus Dance
Are nerve diseases, and unless
checked, lead to destruction of
both mind and body. The
weak, shattered nerves must
have something to strengthen
and build them back to health.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine
is a remarkable nerve tonic and
stimulant. It strengthens the
nerves, relieves the nervous
strain, and influences refreshing
body-building sleep and
rest. Persistent use seldom
fails to relieve these afflictions.
"I was taken 'with epileptic flta; had
eloven in lesa than 12 hours. My
father sent for our family physician,
but ho could do very little for me, nnd
I .Brow worse every day, and at last
they had three doctors with me, and I
still jrot worse. My father heard of
Dr. Miles' medicines and bought a
bottle of Nervine and a box of Nerve
nnd Liver Pills. I had taken only a
few doses until I began to feel better.
I took 12 bottles.. and It cured me
Bound and well. It has been worth all
the world to me. I recommend it
wherever I j?o. You may use this as
a life-long testimonial to the merits
of your medicine, for I am enjoying
the best of health, and feci that my
life and health Is due to this wonderful
medicine." LEVY WILLIAMS.
R. F. D. No. 2, Boston, Qa.
Dr. Miles' Nervine I told by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
flret bottle will benefit. If It falls, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
By Byron Wlllians.
When Mary spanks th butter in th' spring-house by th' crick,
She looks almight lovely twic't as purty an' as slick
As them gals daown t th' city with their funny struttin' walk;
An' I hang eround an' putter, jest t' hear Miss Mary talk.
She has eyes that haunt a feller in th' middle o' th' night;
Eyes that sort a' makes th' vi'lets hide their petals out o' sight.
Wisht that I could git up courage jest t' ask her fer a wife;
Fer with Mary spankln' butter well I guess that would be lifel
Mary's arms are round and rosy and her cheeks is blushln' red;
Jest t' gaze upon her featur's sort a goes right t' yer head!
Then she spats her butter mad-like, sez: "Git out you lazy thing."
Keeps on spattin' and a hummin' like th' water in the spring.
Then I sneak away a laughin' jest' t' hide th' love I feel;
Go out yonder t' th' orchard with my senses in a reel!
When I think o' Mary spankin' of her butter by the spring,
Seems like Heaven Is some nigher, an' th' stars, an' everything!
CHARLES GALLOP'S 'BUS
By Byron Williams.
r .vvsf' ri mun iwn
W'' A MtfLW
t f Wvk
I wonder where Charles Gallop Is 'Twos him that druv the 'bug
Back yonder where 1 uster live, a littlo country cuss!
Charles Gallop he was big an tall. His 'bus was long an' stout
Th' winders rattled scand'lous like, but nover onct fell out!
I wonder now where Charlie Is? Why, that sleek span o' his
Could travel like th' very wind when they got down tor ulz!
And Charlie went to all tho trains by day or In th' night;
All over towu you'd hear him go jest at th' break o' light!
He'd sit high up there on th' bus an' "GId ap!" to th' bay!
An' then he'd sit up stralghter ylt an' GId ap!" to th' gray!
Then, mister man! th' teams he'd pass with rattling, Jingling pace
An' sometimes he would let 'em run, rejolcln' in a race!
Most always lots o' people come to our old town by train,
An Gallop knew 'em every ono on seeln' 'em again!
The travelin' men would say, "Hullo!" an' "Gallop, how are you?"
While actresses would smile an smirk an' giggle, "How-d'-do?"
Then Charlle'd holler, "All aboard!" an' pull th door strap tight.
An' drive like Tarn O'Shanter did, across tho bridge that night 1
One time I went away from homa to
I rode on top with Gallop then Gee
" 7t'AJHN? m '?Mi
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seek my fortune new;
whiskers, how we flow!
Hicklin & Foster
Sale, Trade, Feed
and Livery Barn.
First Class Turnouts,
Good Teams and Careful
Drivers furnished at
Bring Your Stock.
Hicklin & Toster
I'i X. Mis Si.
I Grist & Feed !
X Arc now in operation and J
: have employed an experienced
j man to operate our mill. We
arc prepaid! to furtiUh our
customers with all kinds of f
X crushed and "round feed, aud 1
Buhr Meal and X
We jrivc prompt attention to
custom work, and will run any
and all days, through the week.
Call at the old Hicham Mill f
stand and irivc u a trial. .
i The Wilson Feed
land Grist Mills,!
t Marion, Ky. t
No knii'iMin pain. book irof. Addres
Cancer Sanitarium, Harrisburg,lll.
R. L. Flanary's
Ucpre.entin: the Farm Departmout
of tho Continental Fire Insurance
Co., of N. V., for Crittenden, Lyon
and Livingston counties, The Phoenix
Mutual Lile Ho., of Hartford,
Conn., Tho Standard Accident
and Health ln. Co., of Detroit,
Mich., Indiana and Ohio Live Stock
Ins. Co., of Crawfordsvillc, Ind.
Call on or write
K. L. FLAXAHY, Tum. C.Cook,
' Marion, Ky. Fredonia, Ky.
S. I'. BkkuV, yuiithlaud, Ky.
To Cure A Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Brouio Quinine
Tablets. Orugroists refund money if
it fails to cure. E. W. Ciovc's signature
is on each box. 2.c.
The Press and weekly Courier
Journal one year ior sU.50,
BITTERS and KiuNEya
Local Time TaDle I, C, Railroad
NOHTIl It, v
Loave Marion 702 am Artht. iivansville 945 am
Leave Marion 127 pm Arrive Bvansville 345 pm
Leave Marlon 340 pm Arrive Kvanville6jo pm
Arrive Mattoon 030 pm
Leave Marlon inopm Arrive Kvansville 150am
Arrive Chicaso 930 am
Leave Marion 336 am Arrive Princeton 200 am
Arrive Nashville 810 am
Leave Marion 1117am Arrive Princeton 1215 pm
Leave Marion 340 pm Arrive Princeton 450 pm
Arrive Nashville g2s pm
Leave Marlon 73s pm Arrive Princeton 83s pm
Ar Hopkinsville 94$ pin
I Cough Remedy
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