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In the Electrical World.
The eleetnca. motor in
the world can be earned in the vet
pocket or worn :i :t wateh eharin.
The lanzcM electriea! motor in the
world was recently by the
General Klcetne Company ior the
Indiana Steel Corporation. It i. a
O',000 horse .ower induction motor.
The new tantalum and tuugten
lamps, placed on the market within
the past few mouth-, have redueed
the cost of incandescent lighting one-thud
lor the amount ol' light.
About soeuty different kind- of
electric heating and cooking devices
are manufactured to-day tor ordinary
I he latest and most important i
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ivii i ii i,iv.iiii.tit iuu uuiawuiiw c uiw
electrification of .-team roads. This
promises to be one of the largest
branches of the lndustrv.
awvictitt .-ah', a-
3RYAHT A STR&TTOH BUSINESS
J- . -A.
&11 niht lonQ from tooi:ha.che
neuredia. or rheum autism
kills the pain quiets the
nerves evnd induces sleep
At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00
Dr. E&r! S. Slo&rv, Bosor,MecSs. U.S.A.
.... , better than other laxative."
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the V, uard of , . . i.:i. .... j .:
Menlo Park, announces that he will
ceae all hard work for a time and
devote his spate moments to "playing'
with electricity The public
.uu iuun ivi iut v wv tut, iiuu. iJ.H
mi. i : .1..
me new luminous arc im-
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the arc lamps. Lamp- are made
giving as much a- 4,000 candle power
or nearly live times as much as
the ordinary arc lamp.
The very latest in heating devices
are the baby milk warmer, combination
shaving mug and water heater,
and the corn popper.
The uew type of electrical auto-
u,u.. - urvu - -
age cattery ior power. -v sman
gasoline engine drives a generator, '
which in turn supplies the electricity
tor the motors. The new device j
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iimplincs the control and improves i
Frozen water pipes are now thawed
Another late invention is the vertical
frequency chauger designed to
change the frequency of alternating
current used for power purposes so
it can be used advantageously for
liifhtin:.'. The moving element in
thee new machines Moats on a film
ol oil in a bearing the same as
in the Curtis vertical -team turbine
The steam turbine is revolution-ling
-team power and cheapening
the ol electricity.
An electrical for milking
cow- has' been invented.
Shoe- can now be shined by electrical
power, the carpet can be cleaned
by the same torce. An electrical
device tor winding hrge town clocks
ha- also been placed on the market.
The transformers in the
world were made for the Great Northern
Power Company at Puluth, by
the General Klectric Company.
Three unit- of 10,000 horse-power
each have been installed and five
other- are to be constructed.
The Right Name.
Mr. August Sherpe. the popular over
seer of the poor, at Fort Madison, la.,
says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills, are
rightly named; they act more agreeably,
do more good and make one feel
ttiuvuu iu tuic uiiiuusiicsa auu
pation. 23c at J. H, Orme's drugstore.
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Bookkeepers were never before as
hard to find. The prosper-'
ity of all business enterprises is
dlrectly .he oaU;C Xow ;. tho tim(J
jor vouna meu to iret into permanent
and paying employment. It takes
only is or eiirht month- to learn
bookkeeping. The time and the
cot are trivial when compared to
the results. Full information can
be had by writing to the Bowling
Green Business I'niversity, at Bowl-in::
Use Kennedy.s LaxatiVe Cough Syr
up Contain3 no opiates. It drives
the cold out of the system by gently
moving the bowels. Contains Honey
and Tar and tastes nearlv as Sod as
maple svrup. Children like it. Sold
by J. H. Orme.
Ain't Any Use,
The world is rolling on, metuinks,
We waste good time in trying
To make it roll like this or that,
All commou law- detying.
'Twill disregard our darkest frown
And laugh at us dejected,
For the world has independent ways
We ve never yet suspected !
McCorkle, i 1
Frames, Mouldings, 1
EVANS VI LLE, IND.
We cs ro: euarintee sltustlois to I
j"jisr.:3 in order to ,: the:r cttr:n
are. s ef mem da r.s: rs:r: ts stta
dishsnss: praiuess. .. , ,
Fie Sibesls fuirantae In '
ts secure students, tejauss have
no other inducement s to offer.
Our work is sothoroujhthata saa.rar.tee
is superfluous. Euslness men are so eszer
to set competent help here that a larse per
cent, of our students take pos.tions telcre
See us before rr.akins arranje.T.er.ts fer
your business and shorthand education at
some Inferior, fake school. We will take
pleasure in tellinz you all about the
in the "positron suarantees" of
none', scnoois. waioiosue ires.
COLLEGE. Lpuistille, Ky.
Cor. Walnut and 8th St.
A little cradle snug and ueat
A little baby pink and sweet.
A little child quite free from care
Who loves a little Teddy Bear.
And soon a little larger boy
Who scorus hts former baby toy.
A little time for school or play,
Then lots of work for little pay.
A little joy a little fret
A little money, hard to get.
A little Iqvo that soon grows cold,
A little man worn out and old.
Then just a little box of clay,
Hid in the little earth away.
Best Medicine in The World for
Colic And Diarrhoea.
"I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best
remedy in the world," says Mr. C. L.
Carter, of Skirum, Ala. "I am subject
to colic and diarrhoea. Last
spring it seemed as though I would
die, and I think I would if I hadn't
taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't been
troubled with it since until this week,
when I had a very severe attack and
took half a bottle of the twenty-five
cent size Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and this morning
I feel like a new man." For sale
by J. H. Orme, the leading druggist in
Western Kentucky. Haynes & Tay
lor, the enterprising druggists, of
What a Waterway Did,
In the May number of "Derrick s
British Reports," staudard aurhority
on trade statistics in England, the
story of the rise of Manchester from
being tributary to Liverpool to the
position ol rival of Liverpool will be
of the greatest interest to all enterprises
of the Ohio Valley. Manchester
was tributary until the Manchester
Canal was opened but to-day,
as the Report states it: "Steamers
of 10,000 tons sail past the water
front of Liverpool and discharge upon
the wharves of Manchester."
Manchester, thirty-five miles from
the sea is on the bauks of the Irwell.
It an insignificant stream, but
a stream with possibilities and Manchester
never rested until she had
convinced the authorities that the
Irwell could be canalized its entire
length of miles and that
the profit would not be alone to
Manchester but to all England. The
Goverment finally took up the work,
expending in all fifteen million
pounds sterling, the equivalent of
$75, 000,000, more than enough to
canalize the Ohio its entire length
and greatly in excess of auy estimate
of the cost of the workand to-day
ships of 10,000 tons sail past the
water front of Liverpool and discharge
Prior to the open of the Canal in
Manchester exports were
sent overland to Liverpool and transshipped.
It was a slow and expensive
process which the Canal completely
avoids, and the increases in
Manchester exports not only justified
expenditure on the Canal but they
demonstrate that the Canal has been
the prime tactor in enabling England
to compete with other Nations in the
markets of the world. In 1S5, three
years after the opening of the Canal
the Manchester exports of Yarn and
Cloth, alone, were of the value of
$334. 03.", 1 (JO an increase of $120,
23,370 in teu years and greatly in
excess of the cost of the Canal.
The lesson of the Manchester Ca-
nal is not alone in the increase of the
trade of Manchester, nor in the impetus
given to the trade of all England,
but u is of value in the
gostion that what Manchester could
impress ou the British government,
the enormous interests of the Ohio
Valley can impress on the Congress
by unity of actiou iu pressing the
'just demand for the completion of
the Nine Foot Stage at vastly less
cost than the Canal which made
Manchester the rival of Liverpool
and increased the world commerce
of England etormously.
That New Barber Shop,
You can get a good hair-cut, shirt
laundered and your neck washed for
the same money you will have to pay
for a hair-cut at any other shop.
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A Suburban Lad.
A boy ami a iloij anil a merry tune,
A nib'tfrtly rap ami u faco like June
I met with them nil In the early morn.
Knroute to Hwj mill where thu lambs are
1 ilreumed of them nil as I cpeil alone
Knroutc to thu town with lu Jumbled
And fresh on my lips was his cladsomo
The boy with the dos and the face like
And softly the smile that he hmlled, I
Was wroiithini; my face In a happy nlow.
And deep In my heart was tin frni;rnnt
Of him I had mot of the whlstlinp boy.
A capering boy with a yellow pup,
A niKKedy cap and a buttercup-I
once was a boy on a country ll.it
With tuned and a tan and a dot' like that'
An optimist the man who pays his
pas bill one day before it is ilue.
A Texas man dying recently, told his
wife on his death bed that he hoped
she would live to a ripe old age. I
suppose the fellow knew what to ex-pct
when she join-ed him In death.
It Is a mean advantage to take of a
pretty girl to give her a seat near a
mirror and then expect her to pay attention
to the music.
Found your first 1907 anemone patens
Half the fun In pluying cards, for a
woman, is to trump her partner's ace.
Some men are not satisfied merely
to be in the march of progress. They
want to be the band and the man that
rides ahead on the white horse.
Sideburns are always popular with
young fellows who cannot grow anything
Why not bear pride and get rich?
Pride always goes before a faJI, doesn't
it? If you don't understand this Wall
street tip, take it to a board of trade-man
and get a diagram.
Many a man would like to trade a
beautiful aircastle for a very small
piece of real estate.
A man who will slander the biscuits
his mother used to make, just to win
a girl who doesn't know anything
about dough except to spend it, deserves
to have dyspepsia for the rest
of his life.
When the spider asked the fly to
step Into his parlor, I suppose he
He meant dining-room, didn't
Theru was a younff poet nanitMj Erse
Who vowed he would live by his verse.
He lasted from Monday
Until the next Sunday
And then took a ride In n hearse'
Most girls evidently believe that we
grow to be like the things we eat.
That, I suppose, Is why they eat so
When a man falls In love with a
girl, he seems to forget that father
and mother have been loving her for
years and years but the right kind of
a girl never forgets this and never
transfers all her love to the new
comer In her affections.
Did you see that palnud expression on our
Emily's sweet face?
Did you note her look of anguish as sho
pushed up to her place-.'
No, It Isn't rip or toothache, blasted love
or hapless blues-It
Is merely that our Kmlly Is breaking
her now shoes'
One picturesque scene in the Mun-da
wedding ceremony Is worth noticing.
The bride goes to a stream or
well near by with her pitcher, and,
having filled it, raises it aloft on
her head, steadying it with her hand.
The bridegroom comes behind as she
turns homeward, and, resting his hand
on her shoulder, shoots an arrow along
the path In front of her through the
loophole formed by her uplifted arm.
The -bride then walks to where the
arrow lies, and picks it up with her
foot, still balancing the pitcher on her
head. Transferring it gracefully to
her hand, she restores It to the bridegroom,
thus showing that she can
perform her domestic duties well, with
hand and foot, at his service. He, in
turn, by shooting the arrow in front of
her, has shown his ability to protect
her and clear her path from any danger
that may beset it.
No Feuds There.
Tho women of our town ut last have met
and ot together.
They all were present and not one was
left at home, forsaken.
The reason that we see them thus, all
Hocked as birds of feather,
Is this: The ladles met to have a big
group picture taken!
A Good Boy
AN UP-TO DATE
Makes the Whole Family
Do Not Procrastinate ! I
DO IT NOW ! S
Insure Your Property !
We issue a policy which is
one of the finest.
It ca.imt be b ea
It guards while
you sleep ! Do not
be content with
something just as
good. Get the BEST !
Cridcr & Woods
Bullish Opinion Change.
Wheat has triven a much better
account of itself in the last week
than the trade at Chicago had any
right to expect. Despite serious
curtailment of out.ide trade because
of threatened delays in communication
by the impending telegraphers'
strike the market has scored a fair
advance. If values should continue
to improve against all ordinary June
precedent when stocks arc so large
it will be a valuable commentary on
the deep-rooted and widespread belief
that the wheat crop this year is
to be a short one both in this country
and in Kurope.
Mr. W. S. Warreu, former president
of the Chicago Board of Trade,
states to your correspondent that, in
his belief, the price of wheat will go
very much higher before autumn.
ll expect," he says, "to see an upward
movement in wheat in August
or September that will likely carry
prices far above a dollar a bushel."
The statistical data has never been
so bullish in the history of tho wheat
trade as at the present time. The
scarcity will be so great this year,
both in the United States and aboard
that producers will be able to dictate
their own prices.
Corn also will go much higher unless
we have a late fall. The planting
has been so late that the crop
will be unusually subject to frost. I
think short trading in any grain on
the Chicago Board of Trade will this
year be more dangerous to those en-gazing
in it than playing with a
buzz-saw Journal of Finance.
nowon at Draushon's Practical IJuslness
Kvansvllle ana 1'aducali. POSITION
secured or money back. May, If prefer, tafce
lessons IlY MAIL FREE and enter collese
later and save cost of board, etc. Write
for catalogue and " Summer Discount Card."
Draughon'i P. B. College Co. (Incorporated).
To find out for a certainty
whether or not your heart is
affected. One person in four
has a weak heart; it may be
you. If so, you should know
it now, and save serious consequences.
If you have short
breath, fluttering, palpitation,
hungry spells, hot flushes; if
you cannot lie on left side; if
you have fainting or smothering
spells, pain around heart,
in side and arms, your heart is
weak, and perhaps diseased.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will relieve
you. Try a bottle, and
see how quickly your condition
"About a year aero I wrote to the
Miles Jledlcal Co.. asking advice, as I
was suffering with heart trouble, and
had been for two years. I had pain
In my heart, back and left side, and
had not bten able to draw a deep
breath for two years. Any UtUe exertion
would cause palpitation, and I
could not llo on my left side without
Buffering. They advised me to try Dr.
Miles Heart Cure and Nervine, which
I did with tfce result that I am in
health than I ever was before,
luJUng gained Impounds since I commenced
taking It I took about thirteen
botUes of the two nwdlcinos. and
haven't been bothered with my heart
Ince." MRS. LILLIE THOMAS.
Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first bottle will benefit. If It falls
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Kevil & Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Fire Insurance Agency in
If you have property in tho town of
Marion, let them insure it. You
shall have no reasons to regret it.
Office in Press Bulding, Room 5
Dr. M. Ravdin,
J'ractico Limited to Diseases
and Defects of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Suits lb' and 17, Arcade
Building. Glasses Fitted.
. . New . .
North side of Public
Square, next door
to J. L, Rankin & Co.
New Tools, clean
Towels, give a home
boy a trial and you
won't regret it
Hair Cut 15c. Shave 10c.
Miss Nell Walker
and Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn.
W. H. CLARK,
Special attention qivcn to collections.
Will practice in all the courts of tho
State and in the United States court.
Office in Press Building, Room 7.
Phone 207. Marion, Kt.
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
Office in Press Building, Room 5
Mabion - Kentucky
Mctz & Scdbcrry
Clean towels, first class
work, electric massage, hot
or cold bath. Give us a call.
Large Stock of Electric
Light, Street Railway
and Telephone Supplies
Constantly on Hand.
Don't fail to send for latest Catalogue
Jas. Clark Jr. & Co.
313 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky.
Before You Purchase Any Other Write
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sswinj Machines ara made to sell
quality, but ts "Xow 1101110" Is made
to wear. Our guaranty never runs out
We make Sewinj ts suit all conditions
ef thetrade. The ". Home'' s'andsatthn
head of all jln,(,y sawinj machines
Sold by nuthurii'il dealers otily,
Nunn & Tucker.