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0 Convalescents need a large amount of nourish-
ment in easily digested form. A
g Scoffs Emulsion is powerful nourish-
5, ment highly concentrated.
It makes bone, blood and muscle without
T putting any tax on the digestion.
T ALL DRUOQISTSj
CALDWELL COUNTY HEWS,
1 r in tin- Princototi LcHdor )
'ril (i Ilondriuk a prominent
attorney of 1'aducah nnd
-i. rotary to T. J. Nutiu of tlio
k Court of Apponls, was
en ronto from a
up to I'lUOIl GQUUty.
M os dme Graoe Akin ami lior
r Min .liniiiiic Akin, of Frank.
I, in , have returned froui a
i Mr. Hugh Uurloy ut Marion.
M -- Mary Wost, of Hopliusville,
v - Nt lie (iuoss, Hoy and Cotupton
v ,. of Crlder, aro guunts of Mrs.
i of near Frodonia this
i .1 N'. Todd, of Frdoma, was
'. oily tlio firjt of the wnok. Dr.
l i". me uf CalilwoM'a iiiom prom-
' pl.yiicuns, and is spoken of as
i,. it Democratic noun war for
. an a
.rat and would mako a plN
);. rr.f utntivt.
To First Requisite of Boauty.
. fimt rciiilitu of lnwuty la n ctenr
, It xin Orma laxative Fruit Syr-
urn n willow blotched eontploxMu
tho liver and Iwwefe,
yen bcime bright and clear.
. it to your friend to Ukt It
.r complexion m Imd. Onno
I'ruit Sjrupdoos not nnnomto or
nnl ut ry pleasant to tak Re-
aUtitutr. J H Onno.
Must Work or Moie Or.
"Mtxhoro, Ky . July 11. The
f this vicinity ar having a
inno eetiriug labor and the
'ting of the orop is being do
x from t It 1 1 eause. Tho whoat
l.a Icon delayed a wook or so
in- farm or ate trying to socuro
liatid for work on tho farm. at
M but are meeting with very
ucei. They are ntlorihg
')" a day and board and tho men
n t go to work for that amount.
ii.ayor has tried to broak up the
tr on the court house coping
. Jx imiioil more stringent orders
' i j.nheo to drive thorn away and
Kr them arccpt the farmer oilers.
M , uti
TIIK OLD WAV
FREDERICK S. STILWELL,
Over Morion Bank Building
All Work Guaranteed
'It Didu't Hurt a Hit"
THE NEW WAY
00c. AND $1,00. fl. f
LIVINGSTON COUNTY NEWS,
From the Manner
Dr. .1. V Hayden, of Salom, was
hore Monday in consultation with Dr.
Laltuo concerning ome of his pa-
F. (I. Lalluo wont to Hampton
Friday ovening to see his sister, Mrs.
.1. V. Wright, who is right siok.
Tho doctor thinks thoro is a probability
of liar having anothor attack
ol tho rhoumatte trotiblo of a yoar
Rev. J. 0 Smithsou. pastor of the
Methodist ehnrch horo, and his .sou,
Marvin, wont to 31 r. .1 S. Bishop's
In tho Lore a Chapel neighborhood
Saturday. Brother Smithson preached
for the people of that community
Sunday, surrendering his
here to the Baptist brcthron.
From the Keho.
Uro. Konnon, of Marion, was in
toHH last Saturday, en routu to Calvert
Charles Hum, Lau Harpondiug.
L. T. Davie, Harry Moekaboo and
T. K. (fill attended the Lambtown
v Lariat ball game at ToIh last
Her. .1. 0. Smithsou went to Horry
Ferry Saturday, and will rieit
friHtU noar there and at Carrsville,
for a few daj.
I'll atop your pain free. To show
you you spend a
my Fink Pain TnblotH can do, I
uill mull you free, a Trial Fackac of
thorn Dr. Snoop' Headache Tablotfl.
Nuoral'ia, iluadachu, Toolhnch, 1'oriod
jiniiiH, etc. . lire due alono to blood con
gestion. Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablet
simply kill pain by coaxing away tho
unnatural blood pressure That is all.
Address Dr. Snoop, Hacine Win., Sold
by Haynus & Taylor.
Fatal Work of a Boll of Lightning.
Hy iiueorett work of lightning on
record, (uy Lawroneo, Hi year? old,
wn. killed shortly boloro dusk Wed
nesday, while in a Hold near Oaks,
five union from l'aduoah. The team
of mulos ho was dnvinn were killed
instantly, hut the one under whioh
Lawrence . dead body rolled
ed stiimiitiK erect on it foot. The
lads father and throe brothers who
were in tho wagon wore shooked but
Lawronee's shoos had boon burstcd
from his feat as if thoy had boon pa-
por oovoriugs for a His
hair wa, slightly singed aud turned
ll is believed that the lightning
ran Iroin the mulos down tho chain
traces and up through tho lad's body,
bringing instant doath. l'aduoah
Notice to Our Customers,
Wo nro jiloased to announce that
Foley 'h Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not ntlected
by tho Nntionnl Pure Fowl and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and
adults. Sold by J. H. Onno.
A Lake of Quicksilver.
A lake of iuioksilvcr, covering an
area of more than three acres and
having a depth ranging from tcu
feet to fifty foot, has boon discovered
in the mountains of tho state of Vera
Cruz, Moxico. The value of tho
product is estimated at millions.
This lake has been known to the Indians
for many generations. It i
situated far up in tho mountains in
an almost inaccessible position. It
is believed that volcanic action in
the mountains abovo smelted tho
quickbilvcr out of tho cinnaba ore
aud that il ran down and filled shis
depression. A tunnol will bo drivon
through the baso of the mountain
and and the quicksilver will bo
brought down by means of gravity.
OLD LANDMARK GONE
R. W. Wilson Disposes of the Old Wind
Mill that has for so Long Stood
in His Yard
Tho tall wind mill and tower which
has for twenty yoars stood in the
yard of H. W. Wilson, was taken
down Monday preparatory to removal
to Crayncville. Charlie Deboo purchased
tho mill and will use it as
power for oporatiug lathes and oinory
wheels, etc. in his shop.
This mill first stood ou the hill at
Critteudon Springs, but was not a
success thcro aud was moved to Mr.
Wilson s rosidence whore by its
its tall and graceful outline
it has pleased the eye of all passers
by. Since deep mining has been
engagod in at Marion tho well it
stood ovor has failed of its water
supply and thcrclore the uscfulnoss
of the mill has been a thing of the
pnst for ome time.
Cured of Lung Trouble.
"It is now eleven years nince I had a
narrow oscape from consumption,"
writes C. 0. Floyd, a leading business
man of Kershaw, S. C. "I had run
down in weight to 13fi pounds, and
coughinp was constant, both by day
and by night. Finally I began taking
Dr. King's New Discovery, and continued
this for about six monthfl, when
my cough nnd lung trouble were entirely
gone nnd I was restored to my
normallweight, 170 pounds." Thousands
of persons arc healed every year.
Guaranteed at J. H. Orme's drug store
50c and $l.i0. Trial bottle free.
"Aud a little child shall load
Monday morning the tuo.ago camo
from Marion, Ky., of the ondod short
life of tho one yoar old son, donn
Marshall, of Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt
Drosher. The babe has beon very
frail all of his life, though recently,
watchers, a brighter hope that the
passing days wore giving more ray
of promise and the sufferer was known
to be fading day by day, until in
the oarly morning uf the Sth, the
spirit pa-ed away. The babe was
laid to rest in the Marion comotcry,
and thero wa no grave, it seemed
only a bank of flowers.
Mrs. Droschor was Miss Noll
Marhall and spent several months
hore before her marriage to Mr.
Droshor, of Marion, which place
they made their home. At this
time Mrs. Alice Dunham Marshall,
of is with her daughter,
Mrs. Dreschcr, and on Monday
Mrs. Mary C. Lcdbcttcr, of
Uniontowu, and Mrs. G. 1'. Hobert-son
wont to Marion. l'ost, Morgan-field,
All etrorta have fniled to find
remedy for coughs, colds nnd lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
It stops the cough, heals the lungs and
prevents serious results from a cold.
J. N. Patterson, Nashua, Iowa., writes:
"Iast winter I had a bad cold on my
lungs and tried at least half a dozen
advertised cough medicines and hod
treatment from two physicians without
getting nny benefit. A friend recommended
Foley's Honey and Tar and two
thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider
it the greatest cough and lung medicine
in the world." Sold by J. 'H.
The Richest Indian,
former chief of the
Osagcs, is said to bo the richest Indian
in tho world. His wealth is
estimated at $2,000,000. and that or
his otitiro family, consisting, besides
himself, of three wives and seventeen
children, of $10,000,000. The riches
of tlicso aborigines are tho result
of tho discovery of oil and gas on
their lands. The old chief's monthly
income from oil and gas royalties
alono is $110,0(10. He livos in a
miserable log hut eighteen miles
from Tulsa, I. T., and dorives uo
real benefit from his large revenue.
For Bad Breath And Sour Stomach
Try Carlstedt's German Liver Powder;
removes the cause instantly. A
cure guaranteed. Guaranteed under
tho Pure Food and Drugs Act. Price
25c. Sold by all druggists.
Hearing my little nephew say his
evening prayer is a big contract, for
Solomon's at the dedication of the
temple, was shorter than his average.
But there is nothing mean about the
child and as he belongs, "on both
sides of his house, to a big family,
his individual petitions for all of
those that have a drop of his blood
in their voins and everyone that has
married into the family, are exhaustive
and oxhuusting. Sometimes ho
looses count and "begins all over
One night, after hearing that
would have tired the patience of Job,
I thought I saw signs of a broken
thread of petition and fearing the
child might stipulate that he "begin
again" I suggested as a proper finale
"and God bless all my dear friends."
Hut he started up with red cheeks
and a stamp of the small foot.
"You vc got no businoss to "ay
that to mo auntie, ' he cried, "I
hadn't forgot 1 ouly stopped to get
my wind. '
I will mail you free, to prove merit,
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restorative
and my Book on either dyspepsia. The
Heart or the Kidneys Troubles of the
Stomach, Heart or Kidneys, are merely
symptoms of a deeper ailment. Don't
make the common error of treating
symptoms only. Symptom treatment is
treating the result of your ailment, and
not the cause. Weak Stomach nerves
the inside nerves -means Stomach
weakness, always. And the Heart,
nnd Kidneys as well, have their controlling
or inside nerves. Weaken
these nerves, ami you inevitably have
weak vital organs. Here is where Dr.
Shoop's Hestoreative has made its
fame. No other remedy even claims
to treat the "inside nerves." Also
for bloating, biliousness, bad breath or
complexion, use Dr. Shoop's Restorative.
Write me to-day for samples
and free Hook. Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis. The Restorative is sold by
Hnynes & Tayloi
Little Tholma King has gone home
to dwell with Joitis and the angols.
She was born November IS, l'.tOti
and diod .June 27, 1U07 Little
Tholma, black eyed darling, is in
that beautiful city with the angels.
The little white casket will ever be
au indeliblo picture in the minds of
the dear parents, they will miss her
much, yet when they think of the
many sorrows she has escaped, they
should bow in humble submission
aud say Thy will be done. Though
the gloom of sadness is hovering
over them, we would bid them to take
comfort and exhort oncanother with
those words "The dead shall hear
the voice of the son of God and they
that hoar shall live " We humbly
trust that that rich consolation may
come to them from the giver of all
good with the blessed hope of an
eternal reunion in the home above,
where sickness and sorrow is no
There s a smile for every sigh,
Foi every wound -i balm.
A joy for every moistened eye,
For every storm a calm.
Each tear is sent a smile to light,
Each wound in mercy given.
Each tear filled eve will vet be
Each storm bo stilled in Ilcavcu,
Hopkiiisville, Ky., July II. A
strange disease has broken out among
the hogs in some sections of the
county and hundreds of them are dying.
When first attacked, tho animals
loose the use of thcit legs and
their hoofs swell to three times tho
usual size. Some die in a few hours
while others live a day or so. Thus
far all experiments have failed to
furnish a remedy.
A clennsing, clean, cooling, soothing,
healing household remedy is DeWitt's
Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. Sold
by J. H. Orme.
Baby Hanged to Bed Post.
Morgautown, Ky., July 5, Mrs.
Newt McKinuoy lei t her one-year-old
baby on the bed while she went out
to prepare a meal and when she returned
found tho child hangiug to
tho bed post. The child foil off tho
bed and a string which had beon tied
around the neck to hold a toy caught
on tho bed post and choked the child
STURGIS' HEW RAILROAD
West Kentucky Coal Company Will Build
Line from Whearcroft to
It is now said to be a certainty
that tho West Kentucky Coal company
will build a railroad from
Wheatcroft to Caseyvillo. This line
will be built by the company in order
to open up a route from the various
coal miue.s to the Ohio river, the
company having bought a great deal
of mineral rights through tho country
which this line will ponctratc.
The survey for the proposed route
is now being made and it is expected
that construction will begin is soon
as the survey has been completed.
The company already owns a line
from Sturgis to Caseyville and the
line from Wheatcroft will connect
with this at Sturgis. Morganfield
Wise Counsel From The South.
"I want to give some valuable advice
to those who suffer with lame
back and kidney trouble," says J. R.
Dlankenship, of Beck, Tenn. "I have
proved to an absolute certainty that
Electric Bitters will positively cure this
distressing condition. The first bottle
gave me great relief and after taking
a few more bottles, I was completely
cured; so completely that it becomes a
pleasure to recommend this great remedy."
Sold under guarantee at J. II.
Orme's drug store. Price 50 cents.
Together with the awful heat
Faducah s ice famine holds on.
Hundreds of families in l'aduoah arc
still drinking their water warm and
have no ice for the preservation of
provisions. The cool weather of the
spring, it is said, put the managers
of the factories off the watch and not
enough ice was put in storage to
meet the demand for "100" iu the
shade class of weather. News Dem
When there is the slightest indication
of indigestion, heart burn, flatulence
or nny form of stomach trouble
take n little Kodol occasionally and you
vill get prompt relief. Sold by J. H.
Bryan's Views on Waterways
Knowing the iuterest that would
attach to the views of William Jennings
Uiyan on the subject of Inland
Waterways, the Tradesman scut him
the copy of this journal that contained
the suggestion to President Roosevelt
for the government to cciuip and
operate the waterways, with a request
for such expressions thereou as
he might feel disposed to give.
It will be noted from the statement
given below that Mr. Bryan favor-the
improvement and use of the
to the largest extent possible,
but as "government equipment
and operation" might possibly contain
the germ of a new political issue, Mr.
Bryan cxhibts more than his usual
discretion in giving expression to his
views ou that phae of .he subjects.
Here is his statement made in ; Int.
I Ia. trt til n Triiil AAni!in
"Am in favor of waterways, as
many as can be secured as fast as wo
cau secure them. The heavier kinds
of merchandise can be hauled more
cheaply by water than by rail and
waterways would not ouly reduce the
rates on such commoritie.s, but relievo
the congestion of railroad traffic. I
am uot prepared to discuss all the
details connected with this question,
or to lay down an inflexible rule as
to state or federal control. Shall be
glad to consider tho argument pre
sentcd." Tho Tradesman.
Free for Catarrh, just to prove merit,
a Trial size Box of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh
Remedy. Let me send it now. It is
a snow-white cream, helaing, antisepic
bulm. Containing such healing ingredients
as Oil Eucaliptus, Thymol, Menthol,
etc., it gives instant and lasting
relief to Catarrh of tho noso nnd throat.
Make the free test and see for yourself
what this preparation can nnd will
accomplish. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis. Large jars 50 eents. Sold
by Hrynes & Taylor
Will pay for white corn in shuck
55 cents, for shucked corn 58 conts
delivered at nfill.
Marion Jlauxa Co. Inc.
It will pay you to Ukj food care of
your liver, bause, 11 you do, your
liver vrfU Ulce cood care of you.
Side tlrer puti you oil out of sort,
makes you pale, dizzy, sick ct tho
stoaaeb, Rives you stomach nie,
headache, aularla, etc. V.ell flrw
keeps yea veil, by purifying your
Wood and digesting your food.
There Is only cna nit, certain end
rvOable liver medicine, and that la
For over 60 years this wondyrtal
vegetable remedy has been'thestaofty
la thoatands of hares, and Is toitf
the favorite Zhrer median: (n U:o world.
It ads gently on the liver aod kidneys,
us! does not Initate' the Uiwl.
It cures constipation, rellevs congestion,
end purlfic. the systea from
n overflow of tile, thereby keeftag
the body In perfect health.
Price 25c at ill druggists aai
Writes in Sight.
It is a sight to see this
COME AND SEE
Thirty-two of these typewriters
have been sold iu Marion. Thoy
cannot be surpassed for
Buy one on the installment
CRIDER & WOODS
Telephone 15. Over Postofiice
Marion, Ky, I
Stop That Cold
To check oarly coldi or Grlppo with "PreTentlc"
means uru doloat for Pneumonia. To atop a cold
with Premises 1j safer than to let It run and bo
obliged to cure It aftenvardi. To be sure. Pre-verities
will cura even a deeply eattd cold, bat
tatcin early at tho sicwe statre they break, or
head oil tacso early coldi. That's surely better.
That's why they aro called Preventlcs.
Preveotlcsare little Candy Cold Cures. No Quinine,
uo phytic nothing- sickening. Nieo for the
children end thoroughly safe too. If you feel
chilly. If you saoezclf you oche all over, think o!
Preventlcs. Promptness may also savo half your
usual sickness. And don't fortrut your child, 11
thero Is feverUhness, night or day. Herein probably
lies Proventlcs' greatest efficiency. Sold In
5c boxes for the pocket, also in 25o boxes of 43
PreTentlcs. Insist on your druggists giving yon
HAYNES & TAYLOR.
No appetite., loss ol tdwngth, nervou.
noss. headache, constipation, bad breath,
penaral docility, sour rialnfs, and catarrh
of the stomach are all dua to Indigestion.
Kodol rellovef Indlceatlon. This no- discovery
represents the natural Juices of digestion
as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with tho greatest knovo tenia
and reconstructive properties. Kodol for
dyspepsia does not only relievo Indlgeatlen
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
helps all siomacn uouoica vy w"'.
! purifying, sweetening and atreotrtherrlng
1 it,. mnM munhrajies llnlne the stomach.
Mr. S. 8. Bin. cf RiTnivol. ,VA V-
" I wis trouWad with .our stomioh lor tmtmrr "J.
It to nu
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B.wiirS KIOMEY.nd BUOBCH "-" -"
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