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Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like
to call it, is one of the most weakening
Scott's Emulsion, which is Cod
Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily
form, is the greatest strength-builder
known to medical science.
It is so easily digested that it sinks into
the system, making new blood and new fat,
and strengthening nerves and muscles.
Use Scott's Emulsion after
1 i'Ji ALL DRUOQISTS:
I ... her spiro hung cave-., her fragrant
II.t elllly rough-hewn rod, her
bird oil tawere,
H r rippllnt; springs and stream,
lior froebot shouors,
H. r kill and mountain lope, her city
I "ve bar Bluo (Trae vale, kir tiller's
Hr rHBgod iiMHtitaiitMni, her
H r graoletisgonUo folks, Iter miner
Hr pre-eminent mtn, her men of
I mo iior Ulootfer! koroo. her cattle
Itrr tobnooo an4 wheal, her eora i
Hr aloud, oil, ttT. oper, coal, her
I : t Iter "PtmtTril, ' her roel
Mrr naiti aw! proilT Baide, ker
!' r mi aad aU, I tannfc tke God
P. J alio Foka.
Thf akere fro P. JeJitta Pout, of
!. xic(ON, is tola poUisboo' ad
pie4 in hmnj jouroalt and mom
i r er.
Rising from the Grae
jinimtnunt manufacturer, Wra. A.
rtrtwoll. of lAicamn, N. (' , rotator? a
')t romarkablo uxjHirienco. Heauy);
After Inking lw than three bottlus
Hitter. I feol hkonno ritdng
the gravo. My trouble is MrtKht'a
. uto, in the Dialxites stngo. I fully
' chevo Kloctric Hitters will euro mc
.crrhantly, for it him nlrundy iHpjkmJ
the livur and hkuldor comlieuU)ru
which hnve troubled roe for yonrg."
.uarantced at llnynw Taylor's
Th Hpaiituont soap factory at
M field wkioh "made the onlj oM
i iiltoHed it) lite Ilikle' Knller xmp"
i bur nod Saturday montiiest. Tlie
ant has hail an tiuuual
career. It oost f IS. 000.00 anil
w sold recently for M. 000.00 at
- me of firo there wa 6.000.00 i-
- ranee on it.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved
i t CrMfcof Km
meaty rMr JnMfc ol ih m Martin
t Iowa, tart: 'lasBletribly le4 wMk
iK ikntllMB hi Irft m 'ttkl hip.
ihI Uwc kMl( el l bnbrlaia.i l'ia
i . n Mi H 4M m low ei root oi U W I H
ih Udlac drf rii wrin Kf
l Ilatloy to Ktta l'ritcett.
(.. T. Hnueh to Stolln Hill.
i. W. Powlor to Meatrie (J lore
S. H. Paris to Mary K. Cruyne.
Kluta K. Pari eh to Carrie .May
I rWm IMlle Hailr Rlr. cnt ih doom
' . k liaUch tl lnlliin" s' ! ! H
Helps thq Wagon up
the Hill '
The load bcchis lighter Wagon
and tenm wear louger You make
moro money, nnd have more time
to make money, wkcu wheels are
j; i cued with
Mica Axle Grease
The longest wearing nnd most
satisfactory lubricant m the world.
STANDARD OIL CO.
Coughs and Colds.
50c. AND $1.00.
PETIT LARCENY CHARGE
Upheld by the Supreme Court for Parties
Taking Paper and Refusing to
Pa; tor Same.
A aetpnper in Cirlavillo, Ohio,
brongkl suit against
wen who would not pay tholr sub
eriplioQi, and obtained judgmout in
each eaio for the amonnt of eaeh
claim. Of thane twentyoit;ht made
aiQdarit that that tlioy owned no
wore than iho law allow wl, thus
au atuehuient. Then under
tho decision of the Snpruuie Court
tkey were arroetod for potit laroony
aad boNml over in the sum of (MOO
eU. All but six garo tho twnd,
wiiilc eix went to jail. The new postal
Uw wake it larceny to Uko a ptpor
from tke KioiSee, and refuo to pay
W tmt, however, ihat wc will
not kaft to retort to this method to
oollcl a few subtcriptiou1) which are
owing to Ha how and which the par-tie
bae heretofore refused to pay.
We wnst kare them, ncvorthloss
, and will collect thorn at all hazards.
G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four
(.. H KuthMt. vt (.ailkk Cur N. Y.
kiii Aboal tmn y ro I roi rWI MINac
thai I k4 Wa HM4tljr ntl f a Melc VnlitBr
trouble by ViBc tM lk two Wtlt f I'olrf'i
Kldar Cum li ailtrb mihwI ih btkli
4i 4bi l iMtla n4 lymiMOOM ot VM-Kt
4im dtuptMMtiHi I am clatt le mr tl
I Im mtm b4 a Min of of Imc
eaiinr Ik hmc ( iltai luv iUiwinI tiki
! am M4aily ond lo Mr owni. tt boattly
rcomaD4 I'olat KI4ay Cat to ar oe
Iron k!4y uf ll4Ur usable-" ) II Orme
Leonard Komp is vory ill of typhoid
Tkore woro good tsitod
at Sugar Grove Saturday and
P. 11. Doboc nnd daughtor, .Mun-
doaoM, of Marion, woro tho nosts
of Kdd Perry's family last weok.
I.. N. Hobortson, of Utioa, perfected
an organization of tho American
Society of Kiiiity at Olivo
Urnuch lat Thursday night with
twblvo ehartor nionibors. II. N.
Lamb was elected president.
Marriod at tho homo of the bride's
fathor, Mr. J. M. Wnlkcr, Sunday
moniin):, Ma roll 17, Miss Poarl
Wulkor to .Ir. Honry Hutlor. Hov.
Oakley oftioiatinc Thoy have the
host wishes of a host of frionds.
The musical at Josoph Boyd's was
enjoyed by all Saturday night.
Seeral from Croswoll attonded the
' iiiuoical Snturdny night.
Hcv Moore will jiroaoh at
I burn tin second Saturday in Ajiril,
'.locloikp m. Hov. Vaughn at 7
o clock p. m. Hov. .Mm McNcaly
Sunday at 11 o'clouk a. m. All of
the members must nttonil Saturday
Rheumatic HufTorcra enn have u free
sample of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic remedy
with book on Rheumatism by
simply writing Dr. Shoop, Rncino, Wis.
This book will explain how Dr. Shoop's
Rheumatic Remedy suceesofully drives
Rheumatism out of the blood. This
remedy is not a relief only. It uims to
clear the blood entirely of Rheumatic
poisons, and then Rheumatism must
die a natural death. Sold by Haynes
ANTHRACITE COAL 'FOUND
Sensational Discovery Report to Hate
Caijo, 111., Maroh IS. The discovery
oi a .'cfoot vein of anthracite
coal has bcon made within three
miles of Marion, 110 foot down in
the shaft of tho Spilortown Coke &
Coal company. The coal is declared
to he eiual in cvory respect to the
finest Pennsylvania grade.
Test made by Mi, Wilkorson, prosi
dent of the company, and an expert
mincrologist with an international
reputation, show that the coke from
the coal runs in fixed carbon yii.lfi.
The coal shows a run of thermal units
of 12.20. Those great figuros indicate
that the coal is the finest on
the continent, besides containing a
high grade of neutral tar and
The test have been carried on with
tho greatest soeroey. In the mean-rime
the mining rights on the thousands
of acres in the vicinity have
Wise Counsll from die South
"I want to Rive Borne valuable
to those who suffer with lame
back nnd kidney trouble," says J. R.
Hlankinship, of Reck, Tenn. "I have
proved to an absolute certainty that
Electric Hitters will positively cure
this distressing condition. The first
Iwttle gave me great relief and after
taking a few more bottles, I was completely
cured; bo completely cured that
it becoines n pleasure to recommend
this great remedy." Sold under guarantee
at Haynes and Tnylor's drug
store. Price COc
Little dobol Travi?, son of Tom
Travis, is rory ill with pnouiuonia
31 n. Nanio Kskow is improving.
CUronco Dar-i has boon siok for
tho past wool, but Is muoh hotter
Mrs. Tom Fraliek is improving
Aloe. Honlomd's family visited
Klbort Spiokard, Saturday and Sun
Krno-it Davis was in Tribuuo neighborhood
L. M. Travis is visiting in Marion
MOVING PICTURE MACHINE EXPLODES.
Paducah, March 20. A stampede
in tho Kozy Klectrical Thoatro, following
the explosion of a moving
pioturc machine yesterday afternoon
at ft o'clock, resulting in the injury
if tho following.
I'lorro McCatin age 1ft, Jerome
Chapel 12 yoars old, Ruth Rocms M
year old, and John Maxtor.
The film of the picture machine
took fire causing the stampede.
Children filled the theatre, having
boon admitted froc. Corwin Luck-more,
an aetor, had to knock mon
down to gel them from the door which
they blockadod. Mary Karrcll 17
yoars old, was pulled thru the ticket
window by throo mon in time to prevent
being crushed to death.
A Valuable Lesson
"Six years ago I learned a valuable
lesson, writes John Pleasant, of Magnolia,
Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
King's New life Pills, and the longer
I take them the better I find them."
They please everybody. Guaranteed
at Haynes & Taylor, druggist 25c.
LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
For all Couchs and estitts In The Red
cxpelhns Ccldi from the Clover Blossom
by gently moving tht and the
Dowelt. A certain Honey
relief for croup and it on OTtrj
Nearly all ether TwttttfinKim
couch cures art
Honey A Tar moves ATMVmkammm '
the bowels, contains
MirAID AT THI LA10TOT Or
E. O. DeWITT & CO., OHIOAQO, U. 8. A.
For sale by J. H. Orme
Lesson for Merchants.
There is a lesson for eve y mer
chant in the experience told by a. rep
rcentativc of a Chicago mail order
house to a gathering a newspnper
men up in Iowa. He said tint, mail
order business dopended entirely upon
advertising. He made ono re
mark that 'merchants should hod.
He says that they take the local
papers and dircotcd their special efforts
to communities where the mer
chants were not up-to-date adver
tisers. If the mail order man finds
that any line of business in any'
town or city is. not well advertised,
a for instance furniture, ho said
that they flood that territory with
tlioir literature and always with satisfactory
results. He believed it
true. He said that country merchants
could greatly cripple the
mail order housos if they would advertise
freely and in the right manner.
He said that every advertisement
should describe the articles to
be sold and state the price. Here
is food for thought by merchants
who fear the effect of mail
Neighbors Got Fooled
"I was literally coughing myself to
death, and become too weak to leave
my bed; and neighbors predicted that I
would never leave it alive; but they
got fooled, for thanks be to God, I wbb
induced to try Dr. King's New Discover.
It took just four one dollar bottles
to completely cure the cough and
restore me to good Bound health,"
writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grover-town,
Stark Co., Ind. This King of
cough and cold cures, and healer of
throat and lungs, is guaranteed by
Haynes & Taylor, Druggist 50c.
A Novel Idea.
The wife of a well known arttet
when he entertains at dinner uses for
table decorations little squares of
white with pay red flowers, on which
rp set little trees mnde of brnnches of
rcfll loaves dipped In a prcserrntive.
The arrangement suggest an Italian
pardon. Half of the tiny trees are perfectly
round, the others lonrj, slender
and pointed at the tops. Alternate
tree hnve little cnrlnnds of bright red
berrloo. In the others berries are put
In here and there to cfvo a touch of
color. The arboreal favors were
brought over from Germany by this
economical youiic woman, wbo finds
a dozen of them give a charming effect
nnd snve her from "pending
money on flowers.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
Both Agreeable and Effective
Ctumbcf Iain's Coach Remedy hat ho tnperior
for eotich. colilt and croup, and the fact that it
It rteatant to take and contain nothing In any
Kaylnjurtout has made it a favorite with mothert.
Mr. W S l'elham. a merchant of Kirktville,
lavra tayt "For more than twenty rart
Conch Remedy hat been my leading
remedy for all throat trouble. It it specially
tacccttfal in cadet of croup. Children like it
and my caitouiert who have ute4 It will not take
any other." I'or tale by J II Orme he leading
drurcitt in wettem Kv.
A Ton! tu IjUtiKhter.
Here's to laughter, the sunshine of
tho soul, the happiness of the heart,
the leaven of youth, the privilege if
purity, the echo of Innocence, tin-treasure
of the bumble, the wealth f
tbo poor, the bend of the eup of picas
tire: It dispels dejection, luiiitxlit
blues, and mangles melancholy; for it'
the foe of woe. the destroyer of depit
Rlon, the enemy of grief; It makt
king envy the peasants, p)utori..t.
envy the poor. tlu guilty envy the In
noeent; lt' the sheen on tho sliver of
emlles.thegllnt of the gold of ghulntss
vilhout It humor would disappear, an. I
miles would phrlvel, for It's glow of a
clean conscience, the voice of n pure
eoiil, the birth cry of mirth, the swan
song of Fnducss. Laughter. Life.
Clears The Complexion.
Orino I.aiatie Fruit Syrup stimulate! the lier
and thoroughly cleantet the syttem and clean
the complexion of pimples and blotchet It it
the betl laiative for women and children at it is
mild and pleasant and doet not gripe or ticken
On no it much superior to plllt. aperient waters
and all ordinary cathartict at it doet not iiritate
the Moinach and bowelt I II Orme.
Piles get quick relief from Dr.
Shoop's Magic Ointment, Remember
its made alone piles and its works
with certainty and satisfaction. Itching,
painful protruding or blind piles
disappear like magic by its use. Try
it and see. Hnnyes & Taylor.
Every family should have a repre
sentative newspaper from the metropolis
of a State, in addition to the
homo newspaper. The Louisville
Herald is up-to-date in its news ser
vice, is clean and bright and meets
every requirement. The publisher
of this paper has arranged to elub
with tho Daily Herald and oifers the
two papers at $2.00 per year. Tho
special price quoted by The Louis
ville Herald is for a limited period
only Send in your subscription to
us before this splendid offer expires.
The Ohio river is still rising.
The farmers have begun to hustle
for all they arc worth.
Wheat is growing fine.
A good crop of oats has been sown
in this vicinity.
The school at Heath closed Friday
Mirch 15. A fine dinnor was spread
and Prof. Powell recicved many
thanks for the successful school he
has taught at that place.
Ilud Daniels is back from an extended
hunting trip in the wilds of
Arkansas. He brough't back a deer
hide and catamount skin as trophies
of his trip.
Lige Curry has lately bought a lot
of timber just across the river in 111.
John Denver, of Hopkins county
who has been visiting his brother,
Marion at stopped here
the first of the week on his way home.
Mrs. Tom Williams who has been
quite sick for several days is very
Miss Edith Crisp, of Baker, is the
guest ol relatives near here this week.
Elizabeth Kirk has been quite
sick for several days.
Lcc Humes will haul fish to Marion
this spring for Smith & Hill.
Charlie Daniels is working for
Geo. Hughes has lately 'sold a
pair of mules to a Union county
farmer for $322.50.
Wallace Clifl was at Iron Hill
Health in the Canal Zone
The high wages paid make it a mighty
temptation to our young artisans to
join the force of skilled workmen need
ed to construct the Panama Canal.
Many are restrained however by the
fear of fe.ers and malaria. It is the
knowing ones those who have used
Electric Bitters, who go there without
this fear, well knowing they are safe
from malarious influence with Electric
Bitters on hand. Cures blood poison
too' biliousness, weakness
liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed
by J. H. Orme diuggtst. 50c.
MrNKly Onr III Curr.
Kwlght L. Moody once called on a
ministerial brother In nn eastern
town, desiring to spend the next day,
StindHv. with him. The minister was
agrccnblc, but nld that he was
ashnmc! to as; Moody to preach.
"Why'" asked Mr. Moody.
"Well." was the reply, "our people
hnve got nch a habit of going out
before the c1om of the meeting that
It would be nn Imposition on a
"I will preach," said Moody.
When Sunday arrived Mr. Molv
onened the meeting, nnd then encouragingly
ald: "My hearers, I am going
to speak to two sorts today t up
vlnners flrt. then the saints." After
carncMly addressing the supposed sinners,
he snld thnt they could now take
their hats and go. Hut the whole congregation
waited and heard hlos to the
end. Itnton Herald.
KODOL dicrMt what you eat and quickly 0er
comet indigestion, which is a foterunner of Djs
pepsia It is made in strict conformity to the
National I'uie Food and Drugs Law and Is sold,
on a guarantee relief plan Sold by J II Orme
has a very bad effect on your system.
It disorders your stomach
and digestive apparatus, taints your
I blood and causes constipation, with
all Its fearful Ills.
is a bland tonic, liver regulator, and
It gets rid of the poisons caused
by of bite, and quickly
cure bilious headaches, dizziness,
loss of appstite, nausea, Indigestion,
conaUpatlon, malaria, chills
and fevor, Jaundice, nervousness,
Irritability, melancholia, and all
sickness doe to disordered liver.
It Is not a cathartic, but a gentle,
herbal, liver medicine, which eases
Price 2flo at all DragfUsts.
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If any of my work s
has proven unsatisfactory
during the s
past three years
please call at my
office at once
F. W. NUNN
Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Dldg. S
MARION, KY. S
"I bought a fifty-cent bottle of KODOL and
the benefit I received all the gold in Georgia
could not buy. In three months I was well and
hearty. May you lUe long and prosper " C N
Cornell. Roding. Ga ino6. Kodol For Dyspepsia
it told by J II Orme.
Below is what You
J. N. Boston
The Year Round
Rough Lumber, Dressed
Laths, Shingles, Win
dows, Doors, Mouldings,
Lccks, Hinges, Nails four
kinds Rubber Roofing,
Building Paper, Patent
Plaster, Grates and Fire
Brick. Stair Baluster and
Rail. Fresh car of Atlas
Cement. These goods
are right and so are the
ACTUALLY CURES CATARRH
Haynes & Taylor's Faith In Hyomel Is so
Strong They Sell it Under Guarantee.
Haynes & Taylor back up their
faith in Hyomei as a euro for catarrh
and bronchial troubles with a positive
guarantee that if it docs not cure tho
money will be refunded.
Hyomei is based as nature's way of
curing catarrh. It contains concentrated
healing oils and gums of tho
pine woods, prepared in such form
that thoy can bo brought into your
own home, with the saino results as
though you lived out of doors in tho
Adirondacks and in this way you can
be cured of catarrh and objections of
the noo, throat, and lungs while at
home or at work.
The complete Hyomoi outfit cost
but $1.00, extra bottles, if needed
may bo obtaiucd for 50c. With
catarrh can be cured pleasantly
and easily at small oxpenso with n
risk of the treatment costing a penny
unless it cures.
Electric Light Notes
Electric lights burned all night
will be charged for xtra 1 cont per
night, $3. 00 per annum. If tho
charge is overlooked any month 'will
bo added later. Wo have the list
and are kcepini; the records correctly.
Mamon Elkctmo LlrtllT & Ick Co.