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A New Orleans woman was thin. Q
Because she did not extract sufficient V
nourishment from her food. V
She took Scott's Emulsion. S
She sained a Dound a dav in weight. V
ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00
Tiok Out First Train Over The Ohio
The death of William T.
a few days ago at Henderson re-Moves
from service one of the best
known railroad conductors in the
Ohio Valley. He was well known
in Louisville, having been born within
twelve miles of the city, where ho
grew to manhood and first entered
the railroad business. He was of
French extraction, his father having
emigrated from France to to this
country and settling near Louisville
a young man. William T.
was fifty-eight years of age at
the time of his death, which was the
result of a complication of diseases.
William T. Colmcsncil was the first
conductor that ever ran a train iuto
Livingston, Ky., over the Knoxville
branch of the Louisville and Nashville
railroad, said a Louisville i'riond
last night. "After leaving the
Louisville and Nashville railroad he
went to Texas, where he was engaged
in the railroad business for a number
oi years. When the Ohio Valley
was built from Kvansvillc, Ind., to
Princeton, Ky., in 1SS15, William
Colmcsncil was the lirst conductor to
run a train over the road. This
road was built mainly by Capt. Sam
S. Brown, the l'ittsburg coal king
who was a pergonal friend of conductor
"Soon after the road was built
through to 1'riuceton William Brown
(he only son of Capt. Sam Brown,
became a locomotive ingiucer on the
road. He had an engine specially
built for himself, and lor a long
time Billy Brown pulled the passenger
train on which William
was conductor.. Billy Brown
thought the world of Capt.
as he called him. As Billey
Brown was put on the road to learn
the lailroad from the ground
up he left the engine cab for a
on a passenger train
running oposite to Conductor
"Billy Browu was a popular fellow
aloug the road and was known by
almost everybody. He fell in love
with Grace McGoodwin, one of the
prettiest girls in Western Kentucky,
who lived at Princeton, and by and
by they were married. In a few
months after the marriage Billy
Brown sickened and died. His bod)
was placed on "a train at Princeton
and taken over the road through
Henderson to Pittsburg. Mr. Brown's
engine which he owned individually,
was draped in deep mourning and
pulled the train which bore the remains
away from Princeton to the
Smoky City. The train itselft was
striped in white and black and William
Colmesncil as the conductor.
"Bill" Brown's death ended his
father's career as a railroad magnate
and soon the road was leased to the
Newport News and Mississippi Valley
Co., It afterwards went into the
hands of a receiver. It was then
purchased by the Illinois Central
ISailroad Company. During all tlioe
years William T. Coluieinuil contin
Rheumatic sutrerers can have a free
sample of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy
with book on Rheumatism by simply
writing Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.,
This book will explain how Dr. Shoop's
Rheumatic Remedy successfully drives
Rheumatism out of the blood. This
remedy is not a relief only. It aims to
clear the blood entirely of Rheumatic
poisons, and then Rheumatism must
die a natural death. Sold by Ilayncs
"THE OLO WORLD AND ITS WAYS"
This is the title of a new and
illustrated book by Col. Win.
Jonningi Bryan, recounting his noted
journey around the earth aim thru
Kurope, which was so widely
thru the Amcricau Press.
The book is an illustrated and descriptive
record of that intirc journey,
which K so memorable in current
history. The journey embraced
a period of a year, and covered practically
all the natious of the earth.
Col. Bryau traveled with camera
and pencil, and not only described
in brilliant phrase, what he saw, but
further illustrated his journey by
photographs. These photographs
constitute a striking pictorial presentation
and lends especial interest to
the book. They number 240, and
they show in picture the world as
he aw it. They constitute just that
many striking of the
people of all countries in their cities
towes and villages-in their homes
and everyday occupations.
The book will interest every reader
as a unique presentation of a
wonderfully interesting journey. It
is sold only thru solicitors. The
Thobpson Publishing Co., of St
Lonis. Mo. , arc the fortunate publishers.
They advertise for gents is
another colum of this issue.
Stomach And Liver Troubles Cured
Orino Laxative Syrup cures stomach
and liver trouble as it aids digestion,
and stimulates the liver and bowels
without irritating these organs like
pills and ordinary rathartics. It cures
indigestion and sick headache and
chronic constipation. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe
and is mild and pleasant to take. Refuse
substitutes. J. H. Orme.
FIRE AND TORNADOES
May sweep your property away, but the Insurance
Companies we represent will remain. The amount
of property destroyed by fire is daily increasing;
spring with its electrical storms is rapidly approaching,
your home may be the next licked up
by the fire or swept away in the storm 1 A re you
prepared ? We represent millions of dollars of insurance
capital and offer our aid in your protection.
BOURLAND & HAYNES.
ued to be the head passenger
on the lint. About a year ago
the Illinois Central entered
Tenn , and then Capt. Colmcsncil
ran between and the
Tennessee capital until he was forced
to retire on account uf illness about
three months ago.
William T. Colmesncil married the
daughter of Dr. T. W. Taylor, of
Henderson, about twenty years ago.
Besides a wife, he leaves two sous,
Thomas and William Colmcsncil
Thomas is about eighteen years of
age and for several years has attended
the Kentucky Millitary Institute
at Lyndon. Many well kuown railroad
men attended the funeral of
Capt. Colmcsncil at Henderson, evidence
of his great popularity among
It is said of Capt. Colmesueil that
he knew every man, woman and
child from Kvansvillc to Nashville
along his run and that he was ever
ready to do all of them a favor when
in his power. He was universally
loved by those who knew him.
NEW TRAIN TO BE STARTED
Trains Will Be Running May First On
New Road to Morganfeld and
The Hustler learns from reliable
authority that a new train schedule
will take effect May 1st, and that
trains will be run to Morganficld under
the new time card.
The tip is out that trains will be
run as follows:
Train leaves Morganficld 7:1.") a.
m., and runs to Clarksvillc, Tenn.,
aud returns to Moaganlield.
Train leaves Kvansvillc at 7:1;") a.
m., and runs to Morganficld and returns
It is probably that a local or mixed
train will be put on between Providence
and Karlington to handle the
coal business. Madisonville Hustler.
have a torpid liver when Herbine, the
only liver regulator will help you?
There is no reason why you should suffer
from Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Chills and Fever or any liver complaints
when Herbine will cure you. F. C.
Waite, Westville, Fla., writes: "I
was sick for month with chills and
and after taking two bottles of
Herbine am well and healthy." Sold
by J. II. Orme.
NEW BOUNTY LAW.
Many old soldicjs or their heirs
are now entitled to $100.01). For
imfimation call on R. L. Mount:,
No. 10 P. 0. bldg. Marion, Ky.,
Notice to Our Customers.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and wo recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and
I adults. .1. II. Orme.
(icu. Fisher to Grace Malcoin.
ti. K. Arli.ick to Dcdie K. Brant-
1!. II. Silvcy to Florence
John 1. Holonun to Bessie Young.
Ruliie Holder to Pearl Hornbaek.
Henry Hunt to Annie Asher.
The News No Pure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be needed, if all
Cough Cures were like Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure is and has been for 20
years. The National Law now requires
that if any poisons enter into a cough
mixture, it must be printed on the label
For this reason mothers, and others,
should insist on having Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. No poison marks on Dr.
Shoop's labels and none in the medicine,
else it must by law be on the
label. And it's not only safe, but it is
said to be by those that know it best, a
truly lemarkable cough remedy. Take
no chance, particularly with your
children. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. Compare carefully the
Dr. Shoop package with others and
see. No poison marks there! You can
always be on the safe side by demanding
Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply
refuse to accept any other. Sold by
Haynes & Taylor.
T. J. Tiavis and wife to Kd New-
jcomb, lot in Marion $240.
C B. Cardwell and wife to J. W.
Flynn ( acres uear Marion $425.
J. W. Blue aud others to J. F.
Flauaty S4 acres on Hurricane
W. 1'. MeFarlan exchange to Marion
I. Steele 100 acres on Hurricane
H. Robert Fowler and wife to
Mary K. Mayes Tow head island
Isaac H. Trabuc aud wife to H.
Robert Fowler Tow head island
Hoover & Wheeler to Johnathau
Blct .1 interest in lot iu Tolu $250.
Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
Children like its pleasant taste.
Contains no opiates, but drives the
cold out through the bowels.' Made in
conformity to Pure Food and Drugs
Law. Recommended and sold by J.
You can trust a medicine
tested 60 years ! Sixty years
of experience, think of that!
Experience with Ayer's
the Sarsaparilla the doctors
endorse for thin blood,
weak nerves, general debility.
Hut even tlili (tram! old mcillrlne emtio' 1
Its lieu work Ifil.o liver l hiarlvu il ilm
bowels coiutli alert. Knr 1hr best
Hilts, you ihoul.t t.lke Awr's
I'llls while taking tliu Sin.ap.irni i 1 lio ller
will quickly respond, and so Kill Hie l.outli.
Hide by J. c. Ayer Co., Lowell, Miss.
aiiv uiuuuitgiurcrs or
A 9 HAIR Vlflflo.
1C AGUE CURE.
W W O CHERKY PECTORAL.
Our fruit is all gone up the spout
as the old saying goes.
Rev. A. J. Thompson and daughter
Buth, of Kuttawa, is in our beat
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. Hayo Jacob who has been in
Washington for years has
returned to this country aud lately
married Tucker of l'aducah
and is now visiting friends
and relatives. We wish Mr. Jacobs
and his wife a happy voyage.
On the 11th of April, Dr. 0. C.
Cook aud Dr. Dixon performed a very
painful operation on little Iris the two
year old son of Mr. and Mn. W. W.
Ward he has a tumor growing on his
thigh which had to be taken out and
at this writini; i netting along nicely-
Miss Beda and Jewel Hill weic
the guest ol Mis Grace Hill last
Miss Hub Bigliam from Chapel
Hill attended the Princeton Presbytery
last week which va held at
His Dear Old Mother
"My dear old mother, who is now
eighty three years old thrives on Electric
Bitters," writes W. B. Brunson,
of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them
for about two years and enjoys an excellent
appetite, feels strong and sleeps
well," That's the way Electric Bitters
affect the aged, and the same happy
results follow in all cases of female
weakness and general debility. Weak,
puny children too, are greatly strengthened
by them. Guaranteed also for
stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by
J. H. Orme druggist. 5o cents.
Mrs. Gertrude llyan, wife of J.
It. llyan Jr, and daughter ol K. P.
Dover aud wife, ot Piuskneyville
neighborhood, died at her home at
Salem, Ky., Maich !l 1!I07.
Sister Gcrtude Dover llyan was
born Feb. 10, 1SS5. Va married
to J. 11. llyan Jr. Feb. :J, l!M)l.
To this union has been giveu two
children, who survive their mother.
Sister 11 j an protcsscd faith in Chri-i
at jhc age of fourteen year-, aud
though she never identified herself
in church lciatisiis, yet she talked
confidently ul her hope in Christ,
aud of her joy in salvation, and had
she lived no doubt would have joined
the churcc of her choice iu the near
future. Sister llyan was a bright
intellectual sweet spirited woman, a
faithful loving wife, a loud
mother and a friend to all.
She died in triumph of a living faith
aud has gone to a christian's reward.
She leaves a husband and little children,
her parents and a number of
relatives, and a host of friends to
mourn her loss. T. t v.
KODOL is a thorough stomach relief.
It digests what you eat and gives the
stomach rest and assists in restoring
it to its normal activity and usefulness.
KODOL is sold on a guarantee relief
plan by J. H. Orme.
Card of Thanks.
Words can not express our heart
felt thanks to our friends and neighbors
during the sad aud serious illness
and death of our wife, daughter
and sister. Our hearts will ever go
out to them, and we shall always remember
them in our prayers, and
may Heaven's richest blessings rest
upon them through their future life.
J. W. Branson,
11. L. Howerton, wife and children.
m&H& mi j wmifijm ,j ' JiiM
It is with pleasure, yet with a feeling
of incompetency that the writer
endeavors to grant the rciiiest to
write a brief sketch of the life, death
and burial of Sister Nora Branson.
How inscrutiable are the ways ol
Providence. Who can tell why this
one, or that one, is called home when
he or she can least be shared. Vet
we do thank God that from his blessed
word and the sweet experience of
his holy religion, that what he does
is best for us all and we should meekly
say from our hearts, "His will be
Nora Belle daughter of
Ilichard and Delia Howerton, was
born Jan. !10, 1S75, died Apr. 10,
1007. Married to J. W. Branson
Nov. 5, 18J);j. To this union were
born six children, one dying in infancy.
She professed faith in Christ
at the age of fourteen, and joined
llcpton Baptist church in September,
1S94 and was baptized iu July, 1805.
She was a consistent member, loved
her church, did all she could to
further the cause, and bring sinners
home to Christ. The church has
lost a loyal member.
She had not been well for a long
while, was conlined to her bed three
weeks with mala ial fever aud
when the end came.
Her funeral was preached at her
home church bv Hev. V, G. Hughes,
her remains interred in the llcpton
The night before she died she
asked to be seated iu her rocking
chair by the tire, and talked so beautifully
and submissively for a long
while about dying, admonishing her
'oved ones to live right, telling of
her love for her church and her pastor.
To tho?e who were present her
words were more impressive than any
sermon. How sweet to live a
but sweeter still to die a
Beside a husband and five little
children, she leaves a father, mother,
six brothers, two sisters aud a host
ol relatives and friends to mourn her
loss. But our loss i her gain. The
family tie is broken, one link le on
earth, one moie iu heaven.
To the sorrowing husband, inn '
children, aged parents, lm.iit:
brothers and sisters, we extend our
heartfelt sympathy. May this L'reat
sorrow refine your heaits, purily
your souK, better 'uit )u for right
living and prepare you ior dyini:.
Her irii.Mid and admirer,
Mn. Bki.i.k Fhitts.
KODOL For Dyspepsia clears the
I . I 1 I li l .u ...
siomacn ami mattes me uteri in .isswwi,
as a rose. KODOL is Sold by druggists
on a guarantee relief plan. It
conforms strictly to the Na'.ional Pure
Food and Drue Law. Sold by J. H.
Eczema is Now Curable
ZEMO, a scientific preparation for
external Use. stops itching instant:'
and destroys the germs that canto ski.i
diseases. "Eczema quickly yields rnd i
permanently cured by this remarkal.c
medicine. All 1 imposts. Write fort-ample.
E. W. KoseMcd. Co..t. Louis, Mo. '
To have a happy home IrV
you should have children, i
They are great happy-home
makers. If a weak woman,"
you can be made strong
enough to bear healthy chil
dren, with little pain or dis
comfort toyourself,by taking
WINE OF CARDU
A Tonic for Women
It will ease all your pain, reduce
Inflammation, cure leucorrhea,
(whites), falling womb, ovarian
trouble, disordered menses, backache,
headache, etc., and make
childbirth nitural and easy. Try It.
At all dealers In medicines, In
SI. 00 bottles.
"DUu TO CARDUI
Is my baby cirl, now two uefks
old," writes Mrs. J. Priest, of Webster
City, Iowa. "She Is a fine
healthy babe and we are both doing
nlcelv. I am still ta!:m?
and would not be without it in '
A. , .. fvJ
Sfmpie Way To Kill Catarrhal Germs in
Nose, Throat and Lungs.
The only natural and common
sense method known lor the cure of
catarrhal troubles i It
is breathed through an ingenious
pocket inhaler, so that its medicated
air reaches the most remote
of the nose, throat icid lungs, killing
all ca'arrhal germs, soothing the
irritated mucous membrane, and restoring
a healthy condition.
goes right to the spot
where the catarrhal germs arc present
in the nose, throat arid lungs and
destroys the germs so that perfect
health is soon restored.
A complete outfit with
inhaler costs but $1.00 and is sold
by Haynes .t Taylor under guarantee
to refund the money unless the
remedy gives satisfaction.
The Richest Man in the World.
The richest man inthe world can not
have his kidneys replaced nor live without
them, so it is important not to neglect
these organs. If Foley's Kidney
Cure is taken at the first sign of danger,
the symptoms will disappear and
your health will be restored, as it
strengthens and builds up these organs
as nothing else will. Oscar Bowman,
Lebanon, Ky., writes: "I have used
Foley's Kidney Cure and take great
pleasure in stating it cured me permanently
of kidney disease, which certainly
would have cost' me my life."
J. II. Orme druggist.
BITTERS AND KIDNEYS
If any of my work
has proven unsatisfactory
past three y e a r a
please call at my
office at once
If. w. NUNN
d Rooms 2 and A Jenkins Bldg. I
i MARION, KY.
Below Is what You
J. N. Boston
The Year Round
Laths, Shingles, Win
dows, Doors, Mouldings,
Locks, 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
Excursion rates for the
Jamestown Exposition is. as
Season ticket $31.00
60 day ticket 28.75
15 day ticket 23.60
For the round trip. Tickets
on sale April 19 to Nov. 30.
W. L. Venner, Agt.
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