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For Couak Cold. Crouo.
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At all uealers
Price 25c 50c 6 I.OO
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Cottle, Hogs 6 Poultry
Address Dr. Earl 5. Sloan
615 Albany Sh" Boston. Mass
$100,000 Statue For Columbus,
Washington, July '.' It va decided
today to cre i :i of Christopher
that will cost $100,
000 in the cener of the piazu in
front of the new union railroad
in this city, whore it was originally
intended to eroot n large fountain.
It is uuder.toid that tc soleotion
of this site at ttio solicitation of
mcmbor.'i of the Knight? of Columbus,
which organization wa responsible
for tho act of Congros? appropriating
the money for tho statuo.
(From the Chicago Xows.) of
Many a man has lost his game by
boasting it too much.
Only unmarried women have optimistic of
viows of wodded bliss.
Food for thought is often
for intclloctual dyspepsia.
Neuralgia and rheumatism crmo
under the head of sharpshooters.
When the unexpected happens the
"I told you so" chap is in his glory.
Hard luck never misses an opportunity
to take a fall out of a oft
Dout be tingy with kind words
..ney are worh a lot more than they
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Mis Kula Clement spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. M. C. Smart.
Hutlor Hughes is working for Mr.
Atusworth near Tolu.
Mrs. Alice Jacobs, of Moflat,
Colo., was the guest of Mrs. Carrie
Wofford lust week.
Mosdames Julia Williams and
Carrio Wofford were the guests of
Mr. C. M. ('lift Thursday afternoon.
A printer from .Nashville, Tonu.,
stoppod over hero Saturday on his
way home to Ohio.
Miss Lola Daniels was the guest
Mrs. Wofford last week.
Rev. Boggoss prcaohod at tho
Heath school house Sunday.
Your correspondent is in recoipt
a letter from our mutual friend,
John K Roberts, of l'iggott, Ark.,
under date of June 20, in which he
says "Let the readers ot the
know that I still
breathe among the tiny mountains
Crov ley's Ridge in the sweet
sunny land of old Arkansas.
Reports received here from former
citizens of this vicinity state that
conditiou of the crops in Southeast
Missouri this, season is somewhat
Grady Rros., of Weton, are contemplating
including tic buying in
connection with their merchandise
X Doors. Sash,
2 Blinds, Flooring,
Cor. Walnut and 8th St.
Tho liver id tho for
good health, ono must p tho
km . m
tf. . body. To ortpect
l!v. :.i jfrl order. To clo so
ft regulator Is needed. Hcrbine will pur vi.itr ilvur in tho condition
it Bhuuld bb and vou - III not tutl r ,'rum hwaclachus.
A POSIT J VE CURE
FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
'FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA
AND ALL LIVFR COMPLAINTS.
Has Done A World Of Good.
Mrs ('. 1). Phillov, MarMo Fnll., writes: "I have
used ilerbino and find If tho liver corrective. T have over
tried. It don" my fnim.N a- as myself a world of pood,
and r reconuiifid it to all my friends. I never aullor from
SUc WILL BUY IT.
Baliard Snow Liniment Co.
500-503 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sold and Recommended by.
James H. Orme, Marion, Ky.
Will Truitt has secured an agency
from a washing tnachiue concern
Miss Fcnwick Wathcn was in
Fords Ferry Thursday.
Notice is hereby served on the
thrcshuruien that the wheat of this
1c1n1ty is ready to thresh.
Mack White was married several
days ago. This makes his third
0 M. (Milt was in tho Hebron
There is an unusually large number
of turtles in the Ohio rivor this
scasou. Smith A: Hill have been
making considerable shipment of
The protracted mooting at Dutin
Spnnjrs will bogin soon.
The luoaalci have apparently disappeared
fnin this part of the eoun
Tho Iiayibc soason finds a searoity
of laborers in this vioinity.
Thoro was an ice cream supper at
Darby Hujrhes' Saturday uijrht.
Quito a number of persons from here
attonded. Kvery ono reports harint;
had a nice time.
C. M. Clift was at Rodney Tuesday.
Marvin Fntts attended the ioe
cream suppor at Thomas Woody '
near Mattoou Saturday night.
Aaron James wont to Marion
There was an ice cream supper at
Weston Saturday night.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kirk aud daughter
woro the guests of Mrs. U. M. Clift
Scvoral persons from near Marion
have been buying com in this section
Tht farmors of .this vicinity are
nearly all done plowing their corn.
The crop is in good condition at
Killed Near Lafayette.
Mr. J. K. Quinc, a tenant on the
farm of Mr. John McCain, of near
Lafayottc, was killed by a runaway
team last Friday while trying to save
the life cf a child, who was jjn the
wagon with him.
Quiue was driving a load of hay
from the field and had with him on
the wagon the little son of a neighbor
who was a groat favorito with
him. After the wagon had gotten
under good headway a colt ran iu
front of the team of mules and they
started to run. In holding them
and attempting to check their flight
Quine was pulled forward on tho hay
and he saw that the child was in
danger of being thrown off and probably
badly hurt or killed. He then
grasped the child with one hand and
managed by a supreme effort to land
it on the ground safely and out of
range oi danger from the team.
The effort caused him to lose his
balance and he fell between the
mules. One of the wheols of the
heavily loaded wagon passed over his
head, crushing it into a jelly and
causing instant death. The accident
was witnossed by several people
among whom wa a son of the
Quinc was an industrious and
highly respected citizou, and leaves
a widow aud two sons. Cadiz Record.
The best remedy for hackach, weak
kidneys, inflammation of the bladder is
DuWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
Their action is prompt and sure. A
week's treatment for 2fc. Sold by
J. II. Orme.
New Mind the Slippers,
Rockport, Ind., July . Whilo
the immense crowd that attoudad the
Fourth of July colebration was goinu
from the ampitheater to the fair
grounds whore a barbecue was being
served, tho walk-way from the
gave way and a pauic ensued.
By almost a miracle 110 livos were
lost. Ono man sustained a broken
leg and niauy people were injured.
A lady s clipper was seen lying under
the hcay timber and the crowd immediately
became frantic, the people
bclioving some one might ho dead
under the debris.
Hur.drcds of men pulled tho timber
away, but they had finished
their work a women limped up
and claimed the slipper.
For Chills, Fevers And Malaria,
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic; it cures to
stay cured. Insist on having it. Get
the genuine. Guaranteed under the
Pure Food ond Drugs. Act Price 50c.
Sold by nil druggists.
hast week's letter.
Rev. Robt. Johnson pronolted the
funeral sotinou of Mrs. Dioie Hill,
who expired at the home of her on,
J. I. Hill, on the 2nd, in the MUh
jeur ol lior ago. Tho burial u a at
tho Dyciinburg cemetery.
Kddie and Orville Barnes aro
home from the Louisville Masonic
Homo for their sum in or vacation.
Miss Bertha Tisdnlo, of Kultawa,
passed through Dycusbure Monday
on route to I'inukuoyville to visit
II. B. Bennett is at home after A
briof sojourn at Dawson for his
Miss Jesse PadoH ?Uitl the family
of Hon. Jas. Summer of Urine--ton,
Mrs. Ida Wells U visitinft her
father. Win. Smith, of Livingston
The school board eleeted Saturday,
are Dr. T. L. Phillips, Geo. Stool,
Hllis RawlstoH, Chas Padon and
Frank Vosior with his mother and
his sister, Mrs. Oarrie Bradley, aro
visiting in Nashville and Watortown,
The iee eroam supper given at tho
city hall, by tho ladies of the Methodist
church, on the evening of the
fourth, was well patronized.
Missos hula and Virgio Wheeler,
of Ijyuwlle, are visiting relative
Levy Loar U oaoupyiue tho new
cottage of K. D. Brown,
Mrs. Mollio Perkins returned to
Miss Cora Graves is at home from
an oxtonded visit to Padueah and
Cairo. Her little uoioos, Helon and
Laura, Graves, of Padueah, are hor
Miss lthoa Cookscy spont Sunday
very ploasautly at the eountry home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bennett.
Miss Lucy Bra-her visited in town
last Sunday and Monday.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. C. Benuott spent
Sunday with the family of Wallie
Bonnctt in the country.
Rev. W. K. Charles is at home
after singing at Grand .lunation,
Quite a numbor from hore celebrated
the Nourth at Kuttawa Springs.
Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
Contains no opiates. It drives
the cold out of the system by gently
moving the bowels. Contains Honey
and Tar and tastes nearly as good as
maple syrup. Children like it. Sold
by J II. Orme.
Every nerve is .a live wire
connecting some part of the
body with the brain. They arc
so numerous that if you penetrate
the skin with the point of
a needle you will touch a nerve
and receive a shock pain it is
called. Aches and pains come
from a pressure, strain or injury
to a nerve ; the more prominent
the nerve the greater the
pain. When the pain comes
from a larire nerve it is called
whether it be the facial nerves,
or the heart, stomach, sciatic
or other prominent nerve
branch. To stop pain, then,
you must relieve the strain or
pressure upon the nerves.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills do
"I eufforcd Intrnae pn'n. caused by
neuraJcla. I doctored and usi'd various
medicines wiUiout settlnK roller
until I taJOntr Dr. MIIoh
Tills Tliey did me inoro
cood than all tho I ever
usmI. They nevr fall to euro my
headaches, nnd th Ir use never leaves
MItS WM IinCKMAN.
js7 W 4th 8t . Krlo. Pa.
Dr. Mllet' Pill re told by
your druggltt, who will guarantee that
the firt package will benefit. If It
falls, he will return your money.
25 doiei. 25 centt. NeCer sold In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
jfc. k s .
A bill is before the legislature or
Texas providing that all locomotives
in that state bo equipped with
Trackless olootrio trolley hues aro
crowing in favor abroad. The latest
one t bo opeued is between Spexm
and Portovenere, in Italy.
Ureal Britaiu is orioualy ooiiMtl
eriug the adoption of tho eleelnc
mule ou the KtiglUh catiaU. A
special commission has the ni.ittii
Several wireless telegrtiph Mat ion
will be established in tho Turkish
empire. Americans will train the
Turks to use the instrument.
The city of Coiiataiiliuople, with
a million aud a quarter inhabitant,
t without electric light or pow. r
German capitalists hare boon grunt
fd concession n ky the Sultan and tin
oity uiil en shortly bo supplied
with both lights nnd troot ratlwa)
Water power will he dovoloped n t
far from the Turkish capital.
A shoe shining parlor ha bee n
opened in Denver in whioh only eler
tr pneumatic brushes and polisher
are ueti. Kleotrionlly heated irons
arc also uted in the tame establish
meat for pressing hats and clothes.
Now the church militant recog
niaes the alue of advertising. The
Fifth Avenue Baptist eltureh in New
York City, better known as the
"Keokefoller eltureh, " has erected a
larea olootrio sijtu, exciting no end
of oomment and bringing result..
A new type of direct OHrrent generator
has been produced by the
General 11 ec trie Company, which
givs greater power fur lest floor
spaeo and can be attached to wall
The new copper clad wire for telephone
and telegraph lines is made
by welding the eoppor to the teel
in electric inrnacoa before tho muot
i drawn into wire. It i claimed
the result are a jrood as though the
wire wa aolid copper and the aving
Damaieas is the first city in the
Turk ih empire to be electrified, a
three and a half mile of trolley line
i now under ooHntnietion. Power
U aoeured from the falls of the Hiver
Barara, twenty-two mile from the
cilj. The Turks believed for many
years that electnoity was the devil
power, and for this reason it wa
tabooed by the Snltan.
An olec'.rieal procoas for agoing
dour has beeu perfeeted, doing away
with the coil of storage and additional
door space. Instoad of letting
the dour ago by standing, it is now
done by allowing it to 001110 in contact
with air whioh has been ozonized
by a dash of electrieity caused by
the breaking of an are. Tho oxygen
of thr air, turned to ozone, acts
chemically on the dour.
An electrically driven hoarso is in
use in Berlin.
The uowest thing iu Teddy bears
is one that ha. tiny incandescent
light for eyes. A stoiago battery-is
providod, and wlion the bear paws
are squeezed the oyes light up
Sir Hugh Bell, of London, pro
phesied a few days ago that a ten
turv hence a ship with hardly any
machinery would speed across the
Atlantic propolled by olectnc force
generatod by the falls at Niagara
and transmitted to the vos.oI
This sooms incredible, but
tho uleotrieal winders of today
would liavo sooined more io twenty -five
yours ago had tlioy been foretold.
Wireloes tolophono experiments
aro boing made ou tho New York
curb botweou tho brokers and their
A railroad with a 72 per cent,
grado. at Weohawkon, N. J. is one
of tho ijueerost ever built. It runs
up a yOO foot jnclino and the ears
arc ;t0 feet wido and 10 feet long
will carry a load of fiO.IIOI) pounds.
They are operated by
or olootrio motors and make tho
ascent in one miiiuto, currying both
froight and passengers.
The Right Name.
Mr. August Sherpe, the popular over-Beer
of the poor, nt Fort Madison, la.,
says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills, aro
rightly named; they act more
do more good and make ono feel
better than any other laxative." Guaranteed
to cure biliousness and consti
pation. 25c at J. II, Orme's drugstore. I
Bourbon Poultry Cure,
A superior rciuody and toni
for fowls. lrrod throughout tl f
famous Bluegrass rci f
'Cures and Prevents
Cholera, himborneck. u
Gapes. Blackhead, Dinrrh ,( ,
other (Instructive hl..nl 4 .
germ diseases iu turkcj Bl
chickens or Yot'li uosr. u ,
Adds tonic and medicinal , ,4,
itlos to the drinking wnt r
food, which dostro all g,
and poison and prevent 1 ,
case. Price fiOe for lari 1 , u ,
will be sent by return n 1M
prepaid, if you state huu 1, at,
fowl y I'll keep. Addns
Bui uiiun (i s
licxington, Ke 1 1. k
R. L. Flanary's
Kopresenting tho Farm 1) juMnt
of the Continental Fire
Co., of N Y., for Cnltei.din , ,n
and Livingston counties, Tin I'l
nix Mutual Life Ins IU , of Hartford,
Conn., The Standard
and Health Ins. Co., of Ditrnt,
Mioh., Indiana and Ohio Lie si.rk
Int. Co., of Crawford villo, lni
Call on or write
Marion, Ky. Frcdonta Ky
S. P. Br.HHV, Smithland, K
Kevil & Co,
1IAVK XHTAlIt IHIIKIl A
fire Insurance Acnc in
If you have property in the town of
Marion, let them insure it. Yuti
hall have no reasons to regret it
Office in Pre Buldiug, IUmiiu 5
Miss Nell Walker
tuul Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn
W. H. CLARK,
Special attention given to collection
Will practice iu all the court f ir.e
State and in the 1'nitcd States court
Office in Pre Building, lloom 7
Phone 12U7. Mauio.v, Kv
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
Office in Press Building, Boom f
Marion - Kkntockv
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Luri Stock of Klwuk
Llihi. Sitfft Hllwr
mil Tlphon Supplif
Comunllr on 1 1 in J
Don t fail to send for latost Catalogue
Jas. Clark Jr. & Co.
313 YV Main St. Louisville, Ky.
Bc'ore You Purchajo A y Other Writs
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sflwlnp Machine am mad to tell rejs"!
l;st ol qusuty bjt 1 1 "New Ilonic" It nude
to wr. Ow sutrir', never runl out
We raaks Sew.ni; Maci ,ne t j S i it al corxllt'or j
3' etrade. Tii ".cn IIoIl,, vaniitati '
tws.1 cf a'l firri.y tewlne m&chinei
"old 3 iiulliorlt'il ilculeraoiityt
ron itc u
Nunn & Tucker.