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For Cough, Cold, Croup,
At all Dealers
Price 25c 50o 6 I.O0
"Sloan's Book on Horses
Cottle. Hogs 6 Poultry
Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan
615 Albany St: Boston. Mass
$100,000 Statue For Columbus.
Washington, July !' It decided
today to or, i ratue of Christopher
that will $100,
000 in the center ol the piaz.i in
front ot the union railroad
in thi citj. wheie it was
intended to oreot a large fountain.
It i- uudei 'tumi that -election
ot this site at the solicitation ot
ot the Knight ot
which oijraniation wa responsible
for the act ot Contrres appropriating
the money tor the statue.
(From the Chicago New?.) ot
Many a man has lot hi game by
boasting it too much.
Only unmarried women have optimistic of
view of wedded bli.
Food for thought is often responsible
for intellectual dyspepsia.
Neuralgia and rheumatism enne
under the head ot sharpshooter.
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 ott
Dout be -tin try with kind word-,
the are worh a lot more than they
John S. McCorkle,
Doors. Sash, Frames, Mouldings,
Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, and
Cor. Walnut and 8th St. EVANS VI LLE, IND.
Do r.ol suffer Jmog
(w vSllh severe $xa&&
MEI J Headaches JyTa
sM rwAOL rarK
ll Cure You. .
The iiver id tho for tiic .r's "cody. To expect
good hpaJtli, ono must k vp the li.. :.i p a 1 order. To Jo so
a regulator la needed. Herbine will pur vi ur ilvur in the condition
it siioald bt and vju n ill not auii" r Irom headaches.
A POSITiVE CURE
FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
'FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA
AND ALL LiYPR COMPLAINTS.
Has Done A World Of Good.
Mrs. 0. 1). Philloy, Marble Falls', Texas, writes: "I have
used Heroine and find it tho liver corrective I have over
tried. 1 l don riy famy as well as myself a, world of pood,
and I recommend it to all my friends. I never sutler from
5lc WILL BUY IT.
Baliard Sr.ow Liniment Co.
500-502 N. Second St.,
Sold and Recommended by.
James H. Orme, Marion, Ky.
INeck. y a if.i5E
Mis- Kula Clenunt pcul Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. M. l Smart.
Butler Hughe- is working for Mr.
Aiti-worth near Tolu.
Mrs. Alice Jacob-, of Moffat,
Colo., the guest ot Mr-. Carrie
Wofford last week.
Julia Williams and
Carrie Wofford were the guests of
Mi-. C. M. Chit Thur.-day atternoou.
A printer horn .Nashville, Tcnn.,
-topped over here Saturday on his
way home to Ohio.
Miss Lola Daniels was the
Mrs. Wofford lat week.
Rev. preached at the
Your correspondent is in receipt
a letter from our mutual friend,
John F. Roberts, of I'iggott, Ark..
uudr date of June 20, in which he
say- "Let the reader- ot the
know that I -till
bieathe among the tiny mountains
Crowley's. Ridgo in the
suuny land of old Arkan.-a-. '
Report- received here from former
citizens ot this vicinity state that
the condition ot the crops in Southeast
Missouri this, season is somewhat
Grady Rroa., of Weston, ars contemplating
including tie buying in
connection with their merchandise
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Will Truitt has secured an agenoy
from a washing machine concern
Miss Fcnwick Wathcn was in
Fords Ferry Thursday.
Notice is hereby served on the
thrcshcrmen that the wheat of this
vicinity is ready to thresh.
Mack White was married several
days ago. This makes his third
C. M. Gift was in the Hebron
There is an unusually large number
oi turtles in the Ohio river this
season. Smith !c Hill have been
making considerable shipments ot
The protracted meeting at Duuu
Springs will begin soon.
The measles have apparently
from this part of the coun
The hay i tit: season finds a scarcity
ot laborers in this vicinity.
There was an ice cream supper at
Darby Hughes' Saturday night.
Quite a number of persons from here
attended. Kvery one reports having
had a nice time.
C. M. Clift was at Rodney Tuesday.
Marvin Kritts attended the ice
cream supper at Thomas Woody's
near Mattoon Saturday night.
Aaron James went to Marion
There was an ice cream supper at
Weston Saturday night.
Mrs. Klizabcth Kirk and daughter
were the guests of Mrs. C. M. Clift
Several persons from near Marion
have been buying corn in this section
The farmers of ,this vicinity are
nearly all done plowing their corn.
The crop is in good condition at
Killed Near Lafayette.
Mr. J. K. Quiue, a tenant on the
farm of Mr. John McCain, of near
Lafayette, was killed by a ruuaway
team last Friday while trying to save
the life of a child, who was on the
wagou 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 great favorite with
him. After the wagon had gotten
under good headway a colt ran in
front of the team of mules and they
started to run. In holding them
and attempting to check their flight
Quino was pulled forward on the 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 trom the team.
The effort caused him to lose his
balance and he fell between the
mules. One of the wheels of the
heavily loaded wagon passed over his
head, crushing it into a jelly and
causing instant death. The accident
was by several people
among whom was a son of the
Quine was an industrious and
highly respected citizen, and leaves
a widow and two sons. Cadiz Record.
The best remedy for backach, weak
kidneys, inflammation of the bladder is
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
Their action is prompt and sure. A
week's treatment for 25c. Sold by
J. H. Orme.
Never Mind the Slippers,
Rockport, Iud., July 4. While
the immense crowd that attended the
Fourth of July celebration was goini;
from the umpithcater to the fair
grounds where a barbecue was being
served, tho walk-way from the
gave way and a panic ensued.
By almost a miracle no lives were
lost. One man sustained a broken
leg and many people were injured.
A lady's slipper was seen lying under
the heavy timber and the crowd immediately
became frantic, the people
believing some one might be dead
under the debris.
Hut.'lr.eds.Qf men pulled tho timber
away, but before they had finish
ed their work a worsen limped up
ana ciaimea tnc supper
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 and Drugs Act. Price 50c.
Sold by all druggists.
Last week's letter.
Rev. Robt. Johusou preached the
funeral sctmou of Mrs. Dicie Hill,
who expired at the home of her sou,
J. 1. Hill, on the 2nd, in the Silth
j ear ol her age. The burial was at
the Dycusburg cemetery.
Fddie and Orville Barnes are at
home from the Louisville Masonic
Home for their summer vacation.
Miss Bertha Tisdalc, of Kuttawa,
passed through Dycusburg Monday
en route to Pinckneyville to visit
H. B. Bennett is at home after a
brief sojourn at Dawson for his
Miss Jce Padou visited the family
of Hon. Jas. Summer of Livingston,
Mrs. Ida Wells is visiting her
father. Wm. Smith, oi Livingston
The school board elected Saturday,
are Dr. T. L. Phillips, Geo. Steel,
Ellis Rawlstou, Clias Padon and
Frank Vosier with his mother and
his sister, Mrs. Carrie Bradley, are
visiting in Nashville and Watcrtown,
The ice cream supper given at the
city hall, by the ladies of the Methodist
church, on the evening of the
fourth, was well patronized.
Misses Lula and Virgie Wheeler,
of Lynulle, are visiting relatives
Levy Lear is occupying the new
cottage of K. D. Brown.
Mrs. Mollie Perkins returned to
Miss Cora Graves is at home from
an extended visit to Paducah and
Cairo. Her little neices, Helen and
Laura, Graves, of Paducah, arc her
Miss Rhea Cooksey spent Sunday
very pleasantly at the country home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Benuett.
Miss Lucy Brasher visited in town
last Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett spent
Sunday with the family of Wallie
Bennett in the country.
Rev. W. K. Charles is at home
after singing at Grand Junction,
Quite a number from here celebrated
the sourth 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. H. 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 larjre 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 suffered intense pain, caused by
neuralgia. I doctored and used various
medicines without setting relief
until I boson taking Dr. Miles
Pills. Tliey did me more
good than all the medicines I ever
used. They never faU to cure my
headaches, and their use never leaves
any bad afterect
957 W. 4th St.. Erie. Pa.
Dr. Miles' Pllli are o Id by
your druggltt. who will guarantee that
the first package will benefit. If It
fall, he will return your rnoney.
25 dote, 23 cents. Never sold In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
A bill is before the legislature of
Texas providing that all locomotives
in that state bo equipped with electric
Trackless electric trolley lines aro
growing in favor abroad. The latest
one to be opened is between Spezia
and Portovcnerc, in Italy.
Great Britain is seriously considering
the adoption of the electric
mule on the English canals. A
special commission has the matter
Several wireless telegraph stations
will be established in the Turkish
empire. Americans will train the
Turks to use the instruments.
The city of Constantinople, with
a million and a quarter inhabitants,
i- without electric light or power.
German capitalists have been granted
concessions by the Sultan and the
city will ery shortly be supplied
with both lights and treet railways.
Water power will be developed uot
far from the Turkih capital.
A shoe shining parlor has been
opened in Denver in which only
brushes utid polishers
aie used. Electrically heated irons
arc also used in the same establishment
for pressing hats and clothes.
Now the church militant recognizes
the alue of advertising. The
Fifth Avenue Baptist church in New
York City, better known as the
"Rockefeller church," has erected a
larce electric sign, excitiug no end
of comment and bringing results.
A new type of direct current generator
has been produced by the
General Electric Company, which
gives greater power for less floor
spaco and can be attached to walls
The new copper clad wire for telephone
and telegraph lines is made
by welding the copper to the steel
in electric furnaces before the ingot
is drawn into wire. It is claimed
the results arc as good as though tho
wire was solid copper and the saving
Damascus is the first city in the
Turkish empire to be electrified, as
three and a half miles of trolley line
is now under construction. Power
is secured from the falls of the River
Barara, twenty-two miles from the
city. The Turks believed for many
years that electricity was the devil's
power, and for this reason it was
tabooed by the Sultau.
An electrical process for ageing
flour has been perfected, doing away
with the cost of storage and additional
floor space. Instead of letting
the flour age by standing, it is now
done by allowing it to come in contact
with air which has been ozonized
by a flash of electricity caused by,
the breaking of an arc. Tho oxygen
of th? air, turned to ozoue, acts
chemically on the flour.
An electrically driven hearse is in
use in Berlin.
The newest thing in Teddy bears
is one that has tiny incandescent
light for eyes. A stoiage battery
is provided, and when the bear's paws
are squeezed the eyes light up.
Sir Hugh Bell, of London, prophesied
a few days ago that a century
hence a ship with hardly any
machinery would speed across the
Atlantic propelled by electric force
generated by the falls at Niagara
and transmitted to the vessel
This seems incredible, but
the electrical w.onders of today
would have seemed more so
years ago had they been foretold.
Wncless telephone experiments
are being made on the New York
curb between the brokers and their
A railroad with a 72 per cent,
grade, at Wcehawken, N. J., is one
of the queerest ever built. It runs
up a 300 foot jncline and the cars
are HO feet wide and 40 feet long
will carry a load of 50,000 pounds.
They are operated by
electric motors and make the
ascent in one minute, carrying both
freight and passengers.
The Right Name.
Mr. August Sherpe, the popular overseer
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
better than any other laxative." Guaranteed
to cure biliousness and constipation.
26c at J. H, Orme'a drugstore.
?.j 4i .'.V
Bourbon Poultry Cure.
A superior remedy and tonic
for fowls. Used throughout tho
famous Iiluegrass region of
'Cures and Prevents
Cholera. Limberneck, Roup,
Gapes, Blackhead, Diarrhoe and
other destructive blood and
genu diseases in turkeys and
chickens or your money hack.
Adds tonic and medicinal qualities
to the drinking water or
food, which destroy all germs
and poisons and prevents disease.
Price 50c for large bottle.
will be scut by return mail,
prepaid, if you state how many
fowls )ou keep. Address
Bouuuox Remedy Co., Inc.,
Lexington, - - Kentucky.
R. L. Flanary's
Representing the Farm Department
of the Continental Fire Insurance
Co., of N. Y., for Crittenden, Lyon
and Livingston counties, Tho Phoenix
Mutual Life Ins. Ro., of Hartford,
Conn., The Standard Accident
and Health Ins. Co., of Detroit,
Mich., Indiana and Ohio Live Stock
Ins. Co., of Crawfordsvillc, Ind.
Call on or write
R.L.FLANARY, Tom. C.Cook,
Marion, Ky. Frcdonia, Ky.
S. P. Berry, Smithland, Ky.
Kevil & Co.
IIAVE ESTABLISHED A
Fire Insurance Agency in
If you have property in the town of
Marion, let them insure it. You
shall have no reasons to regret it.
Office in Press Bulding, Room 5
Miss Nell Walker
and Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn.
W. H. CLARK,
Spcoial attention given to collections.
Will practice in all the courts of the
State and in the United States court.
Office in Press Building, Room 7.
Phone 207. Marion, Ky.
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
Office in Press Building, Room 5
Marion - Kentucky
Large block of Electric
Light, Street Railway
and Telephone Supplle
Constantly on Hand.
Don't fail to send for latest Cata
logue No. 7. ,
Jas. Clark Jr. & Co.
313 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky.
Before You Purchase Any Other Write
THE NEW H0MEWWIN8 MACHINE COMPANY
Many Sawin? Machines are made to sell regardless
of quality, but the "New Homo" is made
to wear. Ow guaranty never runs out.
We make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions
oftiietrade. The "New Homo" stands at the
heii cf all family sewing machines
(told by authorized dealers only.
rem a.k mt
Nunn & Tucker.
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