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youLM "',' Hert Cure l sold by
K. . uao't who will ouaranteo that
Ht w nl b0tU9 w'" benefit. If It fallt
Mdes Medical Co., Elkliart, Ind
&11 nl(ht lon$ from to attache
neureJ3iev. or rheumatism
kills the pzun quiets the
nerves exnd induces sleep
At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c bHOO
Dr Eevrl S. Slo&rv, Boskr,McvSs.U.S.A.
SENTENCE TO TAKE
lilt Aril, ot Cieieland, Hasn't Washed
Himself In Ten Years,
rirlttd, April 12 .Judge
pnlic court teday !outonoeii a
Bta to x yr and a half of
Jobs Arti arretted for
bi nall ehildrau, hasn't talon
i btib for MM yuar, Uuiuano cflicor
foolr told tk Judge.
1 hi arnasloJ kiui oh almost
,ffrj miDor shargo," tho efhieor
tt,d, toei kav trlml for ton yoars
Ip kfp bioi eloun."
1d taboo1 for Ion yr, oh?"
loo oowrt, 'I'll Six bitn
M hr 'nt be dirt' for a lowg tiwi.
I.atil jo tho wrk bottt
ntk i!tretiAOft 10 llio MperimUnt
Ujui o to Mgltt labor n4 have
m criibb4 Ik4m a 4ay dariwjc
Don't Put it OlT.
lames T. Wright to .1. L. Rogers
ltli acres on Deck Creek, $1000.
Sam (lUgcuheim and wif to Jcbsc
Olive houso and lot in Marion, $'J000.
11. H. Hollomati to Henry Owens
Il'J aoros on Claylicl creol, i1.
Henrietta Smith and husband to
11. Hardesty interest in
laud on Door Crwk, $lfifj.
It. W. Wilson and wife to Albany
Mining A' InvoittiiieiH Company lot
in Mariou, $300.
1 S. Maxwoll to Mrs. M. K.
Croft a lot in Marion. fll2fi.
It. II. llutlor and wife to lto&a K.
Vaughn OS aeios in Crittenden ooiin
Mattio and Dixie lilliHgtou to
Jehu .1. Smith intorosi Iri 1 jn
Deer Creek. $100.
Hard Times in Kansas
Tho oh) dy of g raw hopper i himI
drouth ar almost forgotten in the
Kann of today; altltough a
ritiaen of Dxloll, Karl Shnmtxirt;, him
not ret forgotten a hard time ho en-countered.
Ho says. "I wiui worn out
ami Jkwcuragwl by coughing night and
djr. ami could find no relief until I
far tomurmw wliAt yoti ean tlo UtUny. , triwl Dr.. King'n Now IVuKovury. It
If .,, put off boring a bottlu of Hul- Uk than one bottle to completely
hri sn .w l.inimtiiit, when that pin j euro mo." Tho snfost ami most
wiu wcin't hnv any, Iwiy a We cough awl coM euro and lung und
tlr !.u A noeitlvo euro for throat hwalrr ver discovered,
mtd.m Burn. Cut, Spralna, Cm- tel by J. II Ormc dniggwt. f0c and
mt!..l Vuok tit. T. S. liraham. $1.00. Trwl uouic true.
(Yr Ark., writ: , ..
I i.i in thank ywi for the
I r.nH from Snow Mnfuionl.
It .,Mt,wK rurod n of Khoumatkin
aft.r . tUr had falltxl. J. II. tJrtOO
Mtice to Users ol Electric Fans.
r , - ( current i the
4r hir eoiits pel day, $l.fU
1 1, Mn x iHttitn ehar for
i- n is (ID to alt rMienwn
". 4t. if paid in adraooe.
h ' -I..H..T'. no extra rharpek.
V ! no rxcoutions.
V. v Y Lhiiit A" In: Co.
Congressman James to speak in Brooklyn.
New York, April 'X Tho
for the Hrookljn Democratic
Club's .lolltrson Day $3,011 dinner on
April lu at which William .letming.
lr)B is to Im the puest of honor.
Uve omu conipleteii. Kilwiu M.
Skepanl will spoal on behalf of a
uoitefl H tool I j n Democraey, and Mr.
Ilrjan theme will be 'lolforeon.
JTke other ipenLors ineludo former
fior. Hoge Tjler, of Virjtiuiu,
Ollie James, ot Kentucky.
Job ii W. Towlinson, or Albany;
llonry 31. Whitney "! Goore Fred
Williams, of Maseneluuottf. and
foutrnller lleniun A. Metz.
ii theoMontiul chnracteilHtic of men
ami woman. Invaluable to Rood
,im men anil necessary to housewiven.
A woman shows good judgement when
ho buys White t'ream Vermifuge for
horbaby. The beet worm medicine
olforod to mother. Many indeed are
the senscible mothers, who write
their gratitude for the good
health of their children, which they
owe to the use of White's Crtiain
Sold by. J. ll.Orme.
FLORIDA SHARK STORY
A tarpon pursued by a shark ue,ir
Garden Key, in one of its ireinend
ou leap" fell .iitoii "kill contain
inj: two who wore o Iuim
ly en'r'ied with a not that they did
not noiioo it appoaraucc.
The -kill broke in two, (ho
liecame ontangl.'l in tho net and
the siiiirk took i. huge bite out of the
side of one of lliem, I,1,,I, ''"km.
rutting hi body nearly in two. It
is thought the iluirk mistook liar-
kin's body for tarpon it was m pur
L.it of, for sharks in water-
have never been known to attack a
mini. ruiitn (lonla Herald.
Especially recommendeil for
is DeWitfs Carbolizud Witch
Hazel Salve. Sold by J. H. Ormc
Mr. Lawrence Lucas, of Mattoon,
attended Sunday School hero Sunday.
Miss lluby Hughes was the guest
'ol Mrn. (i. A. Travis Saturday and
Mr. Calvin Kldur, of Marion, was
in mir town last week.
' .Miss Lily l'low was the gucs. of
i Mm Sibbic Garrett Sunday.
' 'uite a number attended the
-nipper at Mr. C. K. Travis' Sat-
I nnlnv nii'lit !iml rntinrliwl n ninn tiim
J "'O "!
Miss Katboriuc Hill was the guest
ot Mix- Birdie Hughes Sunday.
Miss Margaret llaukin is attending
school at Howling Green.
Messrs. Karl Kaukin and Chester
Truit went to Hvanavillc Sunday
Mr, Taylor Lucas, of Mattoon,
was in town Sunday.
Mi Kliza Hill, of Iron Hill, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Kliza Hughe.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received
at the office of the City Clerk up to
I o'clock, p. m., of Tuosday, May
7th, 11107, for furnishing to the
City of Henderson, Ky., the follow
ing amounts of broken stone and
Two Inch broken stono, 7,000 yards,
Screenings, li,T00 cubic yards.
Said material to be delivered prior
to October lfi, 11107, and to be delivered
in such iiiantities s,nd at
suoh points within tho city a may
bo designated by tho city engineer
Said tuatorials to be mcaured at
thf dump. All propoals shall bo
aoeompatiiod by a certified check for
Tho right i rosorvod to roject any
and all proposals.
John A. Lvxk,
Cliinn. Street Com.
For Sale or Rent.
A tiroo room houe on I'oplar
street. Cistern, garden, eoal and
wood bouse. Cl.aiu:nck Stbj'Iibn5.
H. It. Hoitnott to Miss Mitiuio
C. It. Cougor ti Lillie (iilheru
ItiMluey K. Botlor to Victoria
For Agents An Opportunity
"The Old World
and Its Ways"
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CRIDER & WOODS
FIRM IN HIS PATRIOTISM.
With Usual Boast American Greeted
When a patriotic young American
made his first trip abroad from Huston
lu took In Paris, of course, nnd his
friends then In the American colony
and he had many saw that he "had
a Rood time " They allowed him nil
thn BlKhta, took him to the Louvre,
Luxembourg. Klffol tower, etc., etc.,
but nothing could astonish him or excite
tnoro than a very moderate admiration.
His usual comment before
paintings, statuary, etc , was "Kr, well,
that's pretty good, but America's
ahead of the world."
This became monotonoua at last,
nnd his friends resolved to Btop It. if
posBlble. They theiefore gave him a
dinner, and put a mild soporific in hla
wine, and after It had produced tho
desired effect they got him Into a
fiacre and took him to one of the underground
Paris crypts, where tho
skeletons and bones have accumulated
for centuries, nnd aro arranged In
niches In the walls; coffins are lying
about, some of them empty. He was
laid In one of them; u single candlo
was left burning, and his friends
themselves to await results.
In course of time the sleeper awoke,
stretched, and sat up In his coffin, looking
around him In souic bewilderment
at first. While gazing around he said
at last In a meditative tone: "H'm
Resurrection morning I'm the first
one up," then he leaped from the coffin,
nnd waving his arm shouted
"America ahead of the world'"
His friends thereafter abandoned
him as Incurable.
WHEN THE REINDEER BALKS.
Occupants of Sledge Take Refuge Beneath
The little Incident depicted In this
arctic scene Is quite a common one in
that part of Russia. Norway and Sweden
that la known ns Lapland, says Ion-don
Answers It Is unite amusing,
provided you arc not too intimately
coticerned with It.
In driving a reindeer, r single rope
of relndoer skin is used as roln and
whip, and to cause the animal to Increase
his pace tho rein in swims
smartly ngalnst his flank.
This beliiR done, tho reindeer may
either consent to moo faster, or, quite
as likely, he may turn sharp round and
charge at the driver.
Therefore, uxperioncod . travolcrs
uho sledges that are mounted on high
runners, and when the lelndeer raises
a protest, the travelers promptly turn
bio out Into the snow and bcramblo
into safety undeuiuath .their
The reindeer. If "peppery." Is not a
really creature, and
after a few prods with Its horns at
the sledge. It starts scraping In tho
snow for a mouthful of reindeer moss
Then the travelers unioige; everything
is adjusted, and on they go again until
TURNED BY FOOT PEDAL.
Ingenious Device on Ferris Wneel Intended
A Philadelphia Inventor conceived
the Idea a few years ago of building
a tnerrygoaround on the running-gear
if a wagon and in this manner
sy f -
Operated by a Foot Pedal.
Ing the patronage of the children of
the mine dcnscl) populated portions of
the large cities The Idea proved to
be a happy one In every respct. Tho
delights of a merry-go-round experience
were enjoyed for a penny by hundreds
of children who had never seen
such a device before and who never
had five cents to spend on such n dissipation,
even if they had tho opportune
A similar Innovation has been
devised In a Ferris wheel, which
Is portable in the same manner ns tho
niorrj go-round lefened to above. The
big wheel, supplied with 12 seats, Is
mounted on a low truck. It is partial-1
Inclosed and has a door at tho side
through which tho little jiutrons pass
In and out. Having been loaded with
Its passengers the wheel Is revolved
by a pedal under the foot of the operator,
who Is seated In front.
Since last year tho coal companies
of India have advanced prices nearly
100 per cent.
CATS AND THE MAN
WHY RAWLS OBJECTS TO TAK-ING
Willing to Leave to All the World if
He Was Justified in Taking the
Drastic Action Protested
Up on the West Side there is a
man named Kawls, who wants to organize
a Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Human Uelngs. Rawlssays
such a society is urgently needed
He sajs there aie plenty of condemned
fools In the world who are
wandering about the world, shedding
crocodile tears over the woes of spavined
cab horses, stump-tailed dogs
and loudmouthed cats; but when a
plain, ordinary human being raises
his voice in distress and cries aloud
for relief the Good Samaritans pass
to the other side of the street.
It was cats that were the cause of
all Kawln troubles He had Just
moved Into 'new quarters and had an
elegant bedroom, Into which came an
abundance of air and light from the
air shaft on which It wns situated.
He felt Immensely pleased with his
new place, and retired to rest the
first night with a feeling of comfort
Hut It was not for long. Hardly
had his thoughts begun to shape
themselves into fantastic dreams
when a caterwaul tobo
from the bottom of tho air shaft. This
waB answered from the back yard,
which was connected with the air
shaft by an alleyway.
With a muttered curse, RawlB
bounded from his bod and threw up
a window, letting In a blast of raw
air that made his toes curl. "Scat,
you devils!" he shouted.
Hut a half dozen pair of green, eyes
merely glanced up at him In a casual
fashion, and then their owners faced
each other again nnd resumed their
cursing. Closing the window In Impotent
rage, Hawls was creeping back
to bed, when a second altercation
broke out below Hastily grabbing
up an old Bhoe, he slammed the window
up aRaln and hurled the shoe
down Into the mass of moving fur
It fell with a clatter and the enemy
Chuckling gleefully to himself,
Hawls once more sought his bed
Thoro was a dense silence for a time,
but within an hour the wails below
were as bad as ever, only this time
they wore around In the nlley, where
he could not reach them with a missile.
It seemed to him the meowlinss
Rawls Added a .22 Flobert Rifle to
continued all night, and the next
morning ho could not remember having
It was the same story for the several
nights succeeding, and Hawls was
getting wan and pale on account of
lack of sleep.
Finally In his desperation he added
a 22 Flobert illle to his uisenal. and
that night, when the tlrst gieeneyed
mnnitulei appearod In the alrshatt,
he shot him dend. He also took several
other shots at long range and reduced
the noise that night to a considerable
He continued his warfaie for several
nights and was beginning to congratulate
himself on being a benefactor
of mankind, when early one morning,
as he was dressing, theie canio
a knock nt his door and he was consented
by a lowbrowed Individual
who stated that several of the neighbors
had complained that he (Hawls)
was shooting their pet cats and that
he must warn him to desist, else In
his capacit as agent for the S. P. C.
A he would feel called upon to
him for cruelty to animals!
"Cruelty to animals!" shrieked
Hawls, "why, man. nllvo" then ho
realized that It would be useless to
argue with this person.
He contented himself with saying he
hadn't thought of It nnd closed the
door, whereupon, It Is said by his
friends, thnt he Immediately collapsed.
Hawls has moved again, and onco
more has recovered his accustomed
geniality of temper, but there Is no
one of his friends who any longer
dares to mention that magic combination
or letters- "S. P. C. A." New
Twins 87 Years of Age.
Twins aro common enough, but It
Is rare Indeed thnt the pair of them
attain tho ago of 87 years. Hut In tho
case of Messrs. David and Jonathan
Condor they have reached this ns;o
without sevetliiK their partnered
Thoy wore born In Dovonport,
In lSlii, and until tlry 1 cached
middle nge It was a muttv of e.in
siderable dlfllculty to tell them apart, 1
while even now, at the. ndvanced ago
of S", It Is not eas to detect which is
which, so great is tho rcsemb'v'co
They aro both actle, and lia.o .. i ,ii
but little illness. '
The Music Festival in Louisville,
The music festival to be given in
Louisville April 18, 19 and 20 will
be the biggest event of its kind over
given in the South. The djill hall
of the big First Regiment Army has
been engaged for tne festival, and
the auditonujn will have a setting
capacity of -1,200. Walter
conductor of tho great New
York Symphony Orchestra, will be
the conductor for the festival and
has prepared a program for tho five
concerts that will appear to all classes
of music lovers. M.idainc Maicella
Seinbiich will be the principal soloi.st
and she will sing at the final con
cert, Saturday night, .April 20.
Other soloists eugaged for the festival
are Madame Hisscm do Nos,
Alice Soveroign, Miss Uorneille Over-street,
William Harper, Kellcy Cole,
Kllison Van Hoosc, Alexander
Leon Lcroy, Leo Schulz and
Francis Ilacliillcn. All railroads
have granted reduced rates for the
Five women were chosen as county
treasurer In Idaho at the recent eks.
tlon and seveuteen women as county
superintendents of schools.
Hicklin & Foster
Sale, Trade, Feed
and Livery Barn.
First Class Turnouts,
Good Teams and Care
ful Drivers furnished at
Head qua rtes for
Bring Your Stock.
Hicklin &. roster
Pnof e iti N. Main St.
Leae Marion njopm
Leae Marion Jj6 am
Leate Marion 1117am
Leave Marion 340pm
Leave Marion -35 pm
tem ey genuy moving uit
Doweu. a certain
tslief lor croup and
nearly au other
cough cures are
Hony It Tac moves
tho bowels, contains
No knifc.no pain, book free. Address
Cancer Sanitarium, Harrisburg,IH.
R. L Flanary's
lleprcscnting the Farm Department
it the Continental Fire Insurance,
Co. of X. Y., for Crittenden, Lyor
and Livingston counties, The Phoenix
Mutual Life Ins. Ro., of Hart-,
lord, Conn., The Standard Accidou.
and Health Ins. Co., of Detroit,.
Mich., Indiana and Ohio Live StocW
Ins. Co., of Crawfordsvillc, Ind.
Call on or write
H. L. FLAXAlt Y, Tom. C. Cook,
Marion, Ivy. Fredonia, Ky.
S. 1 BuuiV, Southland, Ky.
Local Time Table I, C, Railroad
(.Me Marion 701 am
Lrae Marion 127 put
L Ne Marion 340 um
Arrive Evansvllle 945 am
Arrive Evansvllle 34s pm
Arrive Evansvllle 610 pta ,
Arrive Mattoon qjo pm
Arrive Evansvllle 150 ate
Arrive cnicaco qjo am
Arrhe Princeton 200 am
Arrive Nailiville 810 am
Arrive Princeton 121s pm
Arrive Princeton 450 pm
Arrive Nashville 925 pm
Arrive Princeton 835 pm
Ar Hopkinsville (m pm
LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
For all Coughs and assists In
expelling Colds Irom the sys
It on every
rairAaxo ar Tne utaoaAToar or
. O. DeWII r & CO.. OHICAOO, U. . A.
For sale by J. H. Ormc,