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ill Ui Automobiles Not Here Yet, But
OUR BUGGIES HAVE COME i
We have just received a car load of Up-to-Date Buggies and
and have samples of each opened up. Come in at once and look
them over. Get our prices. We will save you money on a buggy.
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Wc have just received a fresh
CAR OF LIME
Telephone us and wc will send
you a barrel on short notice.
Come in and get your
Before our present supply is exhausted
NOTICE OF GHAMBLEE
The Kentucky Hrceding Bureau
recently sent to H. F. Green at Sal-cm,
Livingston county the thoroughbred
stallion Chamblcc, whose service
will be donated to the people of this
The Bureau was organized several
weeks ago in order to help improve
the general class of horse stock of the
state. To that end it is purchasing
thoroughbred stallions of such size,
confermation and temperament as will
produce excellent general purpose
horses when bred to common farm
marcs of these sections to which they
arc sent. So far as the Bureau is
concerned, the services of these stal
lions is donated free to the people of
the state as the Bureau receives no
monetary return directly or indirectly
A service fee of ton dollars (S 10,
00) is charged which goos in full
to the man in whose care the stallions
arc placed in all sections of Kentucky
from Ballard, McCrackcn, and Living
ston counties in the west, to Carter,
Powell, and Morgan counties, in the
east, lrom Owen, Breckinridge and
Henderson counties in the north, to
Trigg, Warren, Russell Clinton,
Metcalf, Laurel and Simpson countios
in the south.
Chamblcc is a seven-year-old
horse by imported
by Eolu, second dam
Calash by imported Phaotou, third
dam Hlandiuo by Lexington. lie
was bought by a representative ofJ
the Kentucky Breeding Bureau who
went to New Orleans and sclcctod
him as one of the throe best horses
to be found at either truck there for
the purposes of the Uureau. He is
a sploudid individual, fine typo, fine
ahe, plenty of bone and substance,
and yet with all that quality which
is so notably u part of the thorough
You know what it is
few people nre exempt
"spells" of this
The appetite becomes
impaired, while 1
a severe gnawing or
in the upper
part of the abdomen.
Heartburn is one of
the digestive organism
warns you to be careful.
gives instant relief in all cases of heartburn
and by toning and strengthening
the stomach and bowels, prevents a
return of the trouble
DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN
is an invaluable remedy for all trouble
arising from the stomach, bowels, livei
and kidneys, and because of its nurit
wuu uc uvu wiin impui
children and grown folks.
DR.CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPKIM
can be obtained in both dollar and half.
ouar sizes from all druggists,
Your money will be refunded if it
toes not benefit vou,
Your postal enrd request will brine by return
E!I..5,ur..new booVIet. "DR. CALDWELL'S
.BOOK OP WONDERS" am free Yample to
IBose who have never tried this wonderful
Jtmeay. Do it now.
PEPSIN SYRUP CO.
HAYNES & TAYLOR
bred horse, and which makes him
perior to all other broods. Chamblcc
will be on display at Mr. Green s
place, and ccry citizen of this section
who can possibly do so, should
go to sec him. A better idea of his
magnificent individuality can be thus
obtained than through any description
that might be put down through
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several years since my lungs were
so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages."
writes A. M. Ake, of Wood,
Ind. "I took treatment with several
physicians without any benefit. 1 then
started to take Foley's Honey and Tar,
and my lungs are now as sound as a
bullet. I recommend it in advanced
stages of lung trouble." Folley's Honey
and Tar stops the cough and heals the
lungs, and prevents serious results
from a cold. Refuse substitutes. J.
Your bones number 20S.
Your stomach has four coats.
Your brain is wator.
There arc but four bonos to your
Your lungs contain five quarts of
Your sonse of touch is dullest on
Your liver weighs botwoen three
and four pounds.
Your muselos numbor ."27, of
which 2b'0 arc in pairs.
Your longost, largost and strongest
bone is the femur, or thigh bono.
Your wifo's brain, in proportion
to hor woight, is largor than yours.
Out of Sight
"Out of sight, out of mind," is an
old saying which applies with special
force to a sore, burn or wound that's
been treated with Bucklcn's Arnica
Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind
and out of existence. Piles too and
chilblains disappear under its healing
influence. Guaranteed by J. H. Orme,
T. II. Hushing to Miss Del!
When you need a pill, take a pill
and be sure it's an Early Riser. Thev
are sold here by J. H. Orme,
1 Cold Storage
No Use to Complain
of Poor Meat Now
I am handling the best
of cold storage products,
A trial is all I ask.
Telephone me your orders.
We have on hand Campbell corn drills,
Vulcan plows, all steel hay rakes, disc harrows,
and making special prices on rakes
and harrows as long as they last.
T. H. COCHRAN & CO.
FUNERAL OF COLMESHEIL
Wednesday Afternoon Was Attended by
Many Prominent Railroad Men-Flowers
It seemed to me there wore flowers
from everywhere, fashioned into
beautiful designs. In point of fact
these loving expressions of sympathy
and tenderness came, in the
main, from Will's railroad friends
who roside in Kvansvillc. Flowers,
the rarest of flowers, the greatest
abundance of llowors wore mute witnesses
to the sorrow of Will
friends. To form a true estimate
of a mau's character loarn
what that man's daily associates
think of li 1 in. At the fuuoral wore
a goodly number of high railroad
officials. superintendents, gonural
passonger agents, gonoral freight
aiionts and conductors and engineers,
most of whom were past the meridian
lino, rugged, practical businoss mon.
whose foaturos were softened and
finod and humbled by the sorrow
tny felt. I irivo the names of some,
not all, of the railroad mon who
mournod for Will Colmesncil on yes-torday:
Kdgar Jamos, Loo Hurd,
E. II. Mann, Honry J. Clarke. II.
G. Xolson, Hd Dyor, W. I). Holl,
S. A. Chorry, T. S. Snaw, M. .J.
Kiereo and Messrs. W. L. Smith,
W. B. Downing, Convorso, II. J.
Shooing and Walsh and other railroad
mon whose names I failod to
got. These men of affairs, thaso
keen roaders of human nature, hud
known Will Colmosiioil for yoars and
their friendship for him was strong
aud durable as his friendship was
for thorn. The reciprocal friendship
of one true man for auothor. And
there wore yot other mourners there
whose faoes wore strange to Will's
Kentucky friends, a host of whom,
his Kentucky friends I moan, shared
the sorrows of the I ndiaua mourners.
Will ColiiiuHiioil's father, .John Do
Colmosiioil, came from France and
settled in Bullitt county about
twenty miloa from Louisville. He
was of a distinguished family and
was highly educated aud accomplished.
He married Courtnoy Taylor,
a daughter of Major Kdmund Taylor,
of Jefrorson county, whose wife was
a Thurston. From this union the
subject of this sketch was born fifty-eight
years ago. All of which boing
known it is iuitc easy to account for
the virile traits and attractive. Un
able characteristics of the deceased
Will Colmosncil'.i two sons, noble
boys I learn, should be inspired by
a knowledge of their honorod ancestors,
for the mother ol these bright
boys was a daughter of that same
old pioneer stock the historic Taylor
family ol Virginia and Kentucky.
This Is neither a report or an obituary.
Simply the sad jottings made
by a friend of Will CoImeMieil on returning
from the tuncral while yet
the voices of preachers and choir is
haunting his ours. J. X. li.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
The pleasant cold remedy that expels
the cold through its action on the bowels.
Sold by J. H. Orme.
Big Sensation Oier Lost Child.
There has not been a more sensui
tional excitement in Vine Groe in
a long time than occurred there late
Saturday evening, when u little girl
about five or ix years of age got
lost and wandered six or seven miles
jover the surrounding country.
The little girl is the daughter of
Mr. Cumberland Brown, who rondos
just over in Meade county. She
had come to town with her brother,
Albort Itrown, who after making his
purohasos left her an -J wont to hitch
up his wagon. While he was gone
the little girl seeing a mule team
going out of town thought he had
gone and left her and started for
homo afoot. Aftor wan during
through Holds a ad woods and across
a ereok, running from those who called
to hor as she passod, the little
one camo up to the door of Mr Will
Hall and knocked for admittance.
The only information she gave them
was that she was 'Mamma's
girl," and after eating suppe ;
played contentedly with tho children.
Mr. Hall tolophonod to Vine (iroxe
and found out that tho whole town
was out with lantern u search f
the little girl, who hud ben rovintt
over the country from f o'clock until
after uightfall There wac much
oxcitomonl during th earch
Stomach And Liver Troubles Cured
Orino Laxative Syrup euros Htomach
and liver trouble as it aids digostton, '
and stimulate tho livor and tmweb)
wiuiuui irruaiing mose organs like
pills and ordinary rathnrtics. It euros
indigestion and sick houdacho and
chronic constipation. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrup doe not nauseate or gripe
and is mild and iilcninnt to take. Refuse
substitutes. .1. H. Orme.
S. M. Jenkins and wife to Mary
Dowey two lots in Marion, exchange
Thos. F. Williams to Thos. 11.
Stophonson I acres on Livingston
I'. S. Maxwell to Sain
houe and lot in Marion, $1200
Fannio Crim to Norman Hoovor
house aud lot in Marion, $-100.
15. G, Vauhoosior to John tJobm
100 acres in Crittondon county, $700.
"Proventi's" will promptly check a
cold or the grippe when taken early or
at the "snooze stage" Preventics euro
seated colds as well. Preventics arc
little candy cold cure Ublets, and Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis., will gladly mail 1
you samples and a book on Colds free,
if you will write him. The aamplos t
prove their merit. Check early Colds1
with Preventics and stop pneumonia.
Sold in 6c and 2fc hoxos by Hnynes & j
We hnvp noticed Hint n i'ooI many
girls marry without any definite Idea
as to the best way to kill the odor of
cooking cabbage. Tojiekn Capital.
your cough is only in the throat and
does not trouble you now, don't think
that it needs no attention. When it
has not had much of a start is the time
to check it. The slightest cough easly
leads to Pneumonia, Prochitis and Consumption.
A bottle of Ballard's Hore-hound
Syrup will cure that cough. The
price puts it within reach .of all. Sold
by J. II. Orme druggist.
If you arc going to do any
painting don't forget wc
have a large stock of
New Era Paint
Which is the best that
money will buy.
WIIITF. CLAD" Refrigerators
Marion Milling Company's
The makers name on a food urtu Ie moans a groat deal to the
consumer also to the maker of the product if it hs merit.
Tho uaiHH Marion Milling Co., stand back of it it moan
that the maker is proud to uv his name in eonnoolien with the
Tho name "KLK" and CHOWN ' t on all the flour prod
uets of the Marion Milling Co., baoauM (ho makor.i are ponilive
their flour is oIimh, honestly made, wltolotoiue and satisfactory and
that the product is a credit to their Name.
When you buy tho Marion Milting Company's flour product
you uow what you aro gotting, and yon know that thoir guarantee
behind it mean something.
When yon order from your grocer wcif) the Marion Milling
Company Flour and help a home mduMry. and Mine will be appreciated
bv your friend
MARION MILLING CO.
To every one wanting
insurance m reliable
We can insure you
against anything but
Crider & Woods
Th r.i'iiur i.r
Electric Light Notes
Kleetrie light burned nil night
will bo charged fir 1 cent per
night, $;t l!0 r i.
per .tuuuiii I lilt'
charge is nvorlookod any month t'will
bo added later. We liavu the lint
and are keeping the roeonii eor
Mahion Kr.Hmur Luiiit & leu Co
Special Interest to Teachers,
If you wish to prepare
yourself for better teaching
or for examination, you can
not do better than to attend I
the Normal Term. Begins '
MONDAY, MAY 13th. i
Our motto: "The most and
best work in the shortest
Tuition $1.00 a week.
James F. Price,
It l In I II jrt a Hit
nih M w u
FREDERICK S, STILWELL,
Over Marion Bank Building
All Work Thoroughly
We hr in deedp, nut years Ik
I thoughts, not breath,
i In feelings, not in figure on a dial
. W'p should count time by heart
tlirobi lie most lives
Who think most, feel tho nobluot,
acts the best.
Til K OLD WAY
A Criminal Attack
on nn inolfencivo citizen is frequently
made in that apparently useless little
tube enlleil tho "appendix." It's generally
tho result of protracted constipation,
following liver torpor. Dr. King's
New Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent
appendicitis, and establish regular
habits of tho bowels. 25c. at J.
H. Orme's drug store.