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Consumption it lets deadly than it used to be.
Certain relief and usually complete recovery
will result from the following treatment:
Hope, rest, fresh air, and Scott's
BIRDS AS BAROMETERS.
Change Color With Weather and Are Declared
Never to Make Mistakes.
With a collection cf boars' tusks,
rhinoccrous horns, bows, poisoned
arrows, darts, spears, leopard's skin's
and strange birds, the Swedish bark,
Norrkoping, cast anchor off Staple-ton,
S. I., yesterday after a trip of
ninety-two days from Pemba Bay,
Portuguese East Africa. Friends
of the crew put off from shore, and
soon the sailors were waltzing on
deck with pretty girls to tho music
of that universal solace and friend of
the dep water rover, the accordeon.
In a cage of Norse architecture
slept lazily on their perches a flock
of small birds of about the size of
canaries, once gaudy ornaments of
the mangrove trees of the East coast,
but now sobered in color and temperament
and abbreviated in plumage
by climatic changes.
Capt. C. 1 Mattson interrupted a
game of scat with hit- officers in the
after cabin to tell of the wonderful
things he had seen at Pemba Bay.
Attracted by beautiful little birds
with long, curving, gaudy tail feathers,
like birds of Paradise, he bought
a collection of them. They were
many-colored, sweet-voiced and clung
to the bark of the Mangrove.
A few weeks' experience afloat
showed the Captain that these strange
little ccatures were both barometric
and thermometric. They kept
changing color as the ship progressed
north and their beautiful tail feathers
all came out. After the
had crossed the equator the
birds had become a sober gray, black
and mottled color. They yellow in
sunshine and turned dark at the approach
of foul weather.
The birds had the laculty, also, of
mesmenziag Tom, the ship's Swedish
cat, which never offered to touch
them. The Norrkoping started with
a lot of goats, chickens and a monkey,
but the crew ate the goats and
the chickens and the monkey, while
gamboling along the bulwark, gave
a jump at the same moment the ship
gave a lurch and it was a good-by to
While at Pemba Bay the captain,
and two German residents, sometimes
took a catboat to the opposite
side of the bay and
camped out in a clearing in the forest,
where protected by mosquito
netting they were lulled to sleep by
the roar of leopards, the grunting of
wild boars, the snorting of river
horses, the hissing of snakes and the
humming of niosrjuitos.
In that strange country birdseed
grows upon cobs, and when the steward
of the Norrkoping fed the feathered
barometers yesterday, he just
placed an unshellcd car of birdseed
within each cage.
For Bad Breath And Sour Stomach
Try Carlstedt's T&enr.an Liver Powder;
removes the cause instantly. A
cure guaranteed. Guaranteed under
the Pure Food and Drugs Act. Price
25c. Sold by all druggists.
Squeezed by Snake.
While Mrs. John Haokett, of near
Providence, was gathering blackberries
near her home last week she
was attacked by a huge bull snake
ovea six and a half feet long, which
ran at her with its head nearly two
jet in the air, and after encircling
her several times, wrapped itself
firmly around her body it was only
super-human strength, born of nerve,
which enabled her to tear loose from
itB embraoo. She not only tore it
loos,e'from her body but killed it
with, a stick which she grabbed as
'goon as she could get to' it. Altho
badly frightened Mr. Haoket v?as noi
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Smithlacd, Ky., July 2(5. Considerable
excitement was created
here today by the sight of a deputy
sheriff in hot pursuit of a woman,
the race being run in skiffs and the
scene of action the Ohio river.
The woman was Mrs. Williamson,
who seven years ago left her husband,
a man by the name of Melton,
and fled with Williamson. She returned
yesterday with habeas corpus
papers to gain the possession of her
Securing the child she procured a
skiff and started for the Illinois
shore. A deputy sheriff armed with
the legal authority for her return
started in pursuit, and an exciting a
race followed. The woman was the
swifter of the two, however, and
gained the Illinois shore with her
child in safety. Paducah News-Democrat.
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,
and Kidneys as well, have their controlling
or inside nerves. Weaken
these nerves, and you inevitably have
weak vital organs. Here is where Dr.
Shoop's Restoreative 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 Book. Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis. The Restorative is sold by
Haynes & Tayloi
W. H. Eggleston, an employe of
the Frank Alford Lumber Company,
Brook and Lee streets, was terribly
injured Tuesday afternoon at the
company's plant by being caunh't in
the machinery and whirled around.
He was disemboweled. Eggleston a
was taken to Sts. Mary and Elizabeth
Hospital, where he is in a critical
condition. He lives at 2tfUfi
Dumisnil street and ha a wife and
H. C. Wolf, who has been assisting
in the Berea Bank & Trust Co's.
bank for some time, has accepted a
position with the Borden State Bank
at Borden, Ind,, a cashier. Berea
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
balm. Containing such healing ingredients
as Oil Eucaliptus, Thymol, Menthol,
etc., it gives instant and lasting
relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat.
Make the free test and see for yourself
what this preparation can and will
accomplish. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis. Large jars 50 cents. Sold
by Hrynes & Taylor
Swallowed Pin; Serious Results Feared.
Monday afternoon shortly after
dinner, Miss Urchie, the pretty fifteen-year-old
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Moore, of East Fulton,
swallowed a large pin while holding
it in her mouth. Physicians were
called and relieved the young lady
of her suffering, but failed in their
effort to extract the sharp pointed
rmssle which lodged in tho young
lady's throat. Miss Urchie is rest
ing well today, however, and it is
believed that the worst of the
ble is over. Fulton Leader.
All The World
knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
has no superior for Rheumatism, Stiff
Joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago Mid all
pains. Buy it, try it and you will al
ways use it Any body who has used
Ballard's Snow Liniment a living proof
pf what it does. 'All we ask of you Is
to get a trial bottle. . Price 25c, 60c
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Early vegetables should be planted
If at last you don't succeed try
Bat Smith has planted two acres of
mint adjoiniug his moonshine still
Tobe Moslcy's cow and mule have
become the laughing stock of the
Caution. Be careful and do not
leave your mouth standing open after
you stop talking.
Sidney Hocks dreamed last night
that he was in trouble of some kind,
and it was so reel that he woke up
and found himself in the Tickville
Raz Barlow came in yesterday in
iairly good condition, with three jugs
of 31oonlight Keel. He also carried
tobacco stick to keep off the snakes
The roof of the Wild Onion school
leaked on the teacher, the
other day, and he has moved his
class out in the sunshine until he
The Gimlet creek widdcr, we understand,
has changed her mind about
marrying Luke Mathewsla and is
cleaning the bushes off the grave of
her last husband.
Several retle.ss members of the
Hog Ford church were observed
climbing out at the windows while
the sermon was going on last Sunday
Hereafter the preacher will fasten
down the windows till he gets done.
The sun crossed the equater on
Friday of la?t week. Several of our
citizens gathered on Musket Ridge
with smoked glasses and enjoyed tho
sight very much.
While crossing the Gander creek
bridge Thursday the wind blowed
Yam Sim's large yellow wool hat
off into the water and he was forced
to continue on his way to the still
house bareheaded. Saturday morning
however Frisby Hancock caught
catfish and upon opening it up
found the hat inside.
Miss Flutie Belcher has received a
nice flask of perfume from Tickville
and there will be no need of any
flowers to be raised in this vicinity
this year. She scattered some of it
on the postmaster and he now smells
like a patch of roses on a June morning.
Since this springtime odor has
pervaded the atmosphere, green leaves
have appeared and there is every
sign of the appearance of spring.
Atlas' Peck was arrested for obtaining
a jug of licker under false pretenses
claiming he was going to get
drunk on it instead of using it for
medicine and was put in the cistern
near the postoffice, as the closest jail
to Hogwallow is at Rye Straw. The
cistern is very deep and water-proof,
and the defense will have to rest until
the trial comes. After Atlas had
dropped into a sound slumber last
night the Excelsior Fiddleing Band
gathered wound the cistern and played
"Asleep in the Deep.
Washington Hocks has a mulcy
cow that is so lazy in the summer
that cream wont even rise on her
milk, and she can be seen any time
leaning against the shady side of tbe
stable. While she is thus enjoying
herself, the flies and gnats swarm
about her, worrying her so she has
sometimes move and Wash was
forced to invent an arrangement that
will both keep her awake and scare
the flies off. He calls it "Hockses
Star Fly Alarm." It consists of the
following simple contrivance: An
extra size cow bell is placed on tho
cow's neok, hanging in a downright
position ; then a string is tied to the
clapper, and extends back to the tail,
where, it isttedia 'a'aiinl bow kqpt..
The cow tat goee to sleep, the flies
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come, the. cow switches her tail and
the bell rings which frightens the
While walking through the woods
one day a man found a pint of whisky
in a hollow log. There was moss on
the bottle and the licker was very
old. The man drank some of the
whisky and owing to the mellowness
he did not get drunk at onoe then
and there, but was able to go a half
mile before he began to walk with
uncertainty in his foot-steps. He
then took another big swiggle of this
corn nectar and the bottle was empty
He then laid down on the creek bank
for a long time and he had dreams
and in his dream he caught some
very large fish and a snake as long as
a fence rail. Then he woke up and
did not feel well. Moral: He
should have saved some of it for next
I'll stop your pain free. To show
you first before you spend a penny
what my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I
will mail you free, a Trial Package of
them Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets.
Nueralgia, Headache, Toothach, Period
pains, etc., are due alone to blood congestion.
Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets
simply kill pain by coaxing away the
unnatural blood pressure. That is all.
Address Dr. Shoop, Racine Wis., Sold
by Haynes & Taylor.
Love Me Now!
If you're ever going to love me,
Love me now while I can know
All the sweet and tender feelings
Which from real affections flow.
Love me now while 1 am livjng,
Do not wait till I am gone,
And then chisel it in marble
Warm love words on ice cold stone
If you've dear, sweet words about me
Why not whisper them to me?
Don't you know 'twould make me
And a glad a clad can be?
If you wait till I am sleeping,
Ne'er to wane here again,
There'll be walls of earth between us
And 1 couldn't here you then.
Ii you knew someone was thirsting
For a drink of water sweet,
Would you be so slow to bring it
Would you step with laggard feet?
There are tender hearts all 'round us
Who are thirsting for our love;
Why withold from them what nature
Makes them crave all else above?
I won't need your kind caresses
When the grass grow o'er my face;
I won't crave your love or kisses
In my last low resting place.
So, then, if you love me any.
If its but a little bit,
Let me know it now while living,
I can own and treasure it.
Remedy For Diarrhoea Never
Known to Fail.
"I want to say a few words for
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used this
preparation in my family for the past
five years and have reccommended it
to a number of people in York county
and have never known it to fail to
effect a cure in any instance.' I feel
that I can not say to much for the
best remedy of the kind in the world."
S. Jemison Spring Grove, York
county, Pa. This remedy is for sale
by J. H. Orme the leading drug store
in Western Kentucky, Haynes & Taylor
the enterprising druggist of Marion.
Letter from Kansas.
Ft. Leavenworth, Kans.,
July 22, 1J107.
Dear sir: If you will allow me
space in your valuable paper, I will
try to give your readers a tew items
from Ft. Leavenworth that may prove
to be of interest to some.
I left old Kentucky July lti, and
arrived at Ft. Leavenworth the ISth.
It made me feel sad to think that
I was leaving so many loved ones behind,
probably some of them I shall
never meet again, as I shall not return
for at least three years. But I
wish them all good luck.
Saturday was a historic day for Ft.
Leavenworth, with a gala exoursion
of more than three thousand people
from Kansas City and the arrival of
the thirteenth cavalry from Ft. Sill,
Oklahoma. There was never such a
crowd .KB that- whioh thronged the
parade, sidewalks and public
On arrival at the Ft, the picnickers
marched to the west end parade,
where they had lunch, after which an
athletic meet, consisting of jumping,
foot racing and other athletics,
in which prizes were competed for.
was held. Next came a base ball
game played between two picked
teams of the excursionists, after
which the younger element proceeded
to the spacious trymnasium where
they danced to their hearts content
to music furnished by the eighteenth
infantry band under the leadership
of Prof. Galyean.
Then came the final races. The
soldiers for the souvenirs and not
not than a dozen were very
noticable with seveu or eight ornaments
adorninsr their peek-a-boo
waists. This, however, was not the
only amusement, for as one young lady
was heard to say "goodbye'' to her
soldier escort another exclaimed. "1
am very much put out and I think
its a shame that I have come all the
way to Fort Leavenworth and have
not even so much as seen tho 'Fort.'"
The train whistled, the bell rang
and the picnic at the post was over.
The excursion was given under the
auspices of the Clerks Benefit Society
and was its first annual outing.
Troop I. K. L. and M., of the
squadron of the thirteenth cavalry,
consisting of 7 officers, 1S7 enlisted
men, 1 contract surgeon and 'A hospital
corpse men with 229 horses and
mules, arrived at the post yesterday
at 12 o'clock, with Maj. Chas. W.
Taylor iu command, after having
marched from Big Stiager that morning,
a distance of fourteen miles.
The journey to this post, which began
at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, more than
thirty-five days ago, wai a long one.
A distance of more than f00 mile,
being a greater distance than has
ever been made by V. S. troops in
time of peace.
Although the trip was made under
the greatest difficulty and trying circumstance,
brought about by the
heavy rains, mud and intense heat,
the troops made a fine appearance
and but few looked iatigued from
their long journey. The animals
looked as well as could be expected,
considering that they have been in
the harness and under the saddle
throughout the period.
1 will close with best wishes and
kindest regards to all who read the
B. E. Wooov.
Cnred Hay Fever And Summer
A. J. Nusbaum Batesville, Ind.,
writes: "Last year 1 suffered for
three months with a summer cold so
distressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symptoms
of hay fever, and a doctor's prescription
did not reach my case, and I
took several medicines which seemed
to only aggravate my case. Fortunately
I insisted upon having Foley's
Honev and Tar and it quickly cured
me. My wife has since used Foley's
Honey and Tar with the same success."
J, H. Orme
Stock Barn of J, E. Crlder Burned.
The large stock barn and silo of
J. E. Crider at Fredonia, were burned
to the irround yesterday afternoou.
About one hundred and fifty tons ol
new clover hay which had been stored
away in the loft of the large barn
was also destroyed.
Mr. Crider is the proprietor of the
Fredonia Valley Creamery, and therefore
milks about sixty-five cows, atid
all were in the stalls of the barn
ready to be milked when the fire was
discovered, which was about three
o'clock. Fortunately the cows were
all rescued with injury to any of
The fire oriiginated in the hay loft
and Mr. Crider is of the opinion
that it was caused by spontaneous
combustion. The loss is said to be
over $.",000, with about $1,500 insurance.
This is said to be one of the largest
stock barns in western Kentucky
and Mr. Crider has the sympathy of
his many friends in his misfortune.
For Chills, Fevers And Malaria.
Try Yacatan Chill Tonic; it cures to
stay cured. Insist on .having it Get
the genuine. Guaranteed under the'
Pure Food, Bd Drug Act Price 60c' I
Seld ail dracriete.
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It is a sight to sec this
COME AND SEE
Thirty-two of these typewriters
have been sold in Marion. They
cannot be surpassed for
Buy one on the installment
CRIDER & WOODS
Telephone 15. Over I'ostoflice
I havo found a triad and tustod cure (or Rheumatism
I Not a remedy that will straighten the
distorted limbs of chronic cripplos, uor turn bony
growths back to flesh again. That Is Imjxjssibla.
But I can .now suroly kill tho pains and pangs of
this dcptara&le disease.
In Germany with a Chcmlit Iu the City of
Darmstadt I tound tho last ingredient rtth
which Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy was made
a perfartM, orrdtA rrerlptIon. WTttant
that last Ingredient, I successfully truatud many,
many cases of Rheumatism ; but now, at last,
ormly cures all curable cajos of this beretataa
much dreaded disease. Those granular
wastes, found in Rheumatic Blood, seem to dissolve
and pass away under the action of this remedy as
freely as docs sugar when added to pure water.
And then, when dissolved, these poisonous imstes
freely pass from tho system, and tho cause ol
Rheumatism Is gone forever. There is now no
real need no actual eicuss to smTar longer
We soil, and in confidenoo rcconnzwxl
HAYNES & TAYLOR.
No appetite, loss of strength, narvot
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and oataab
of the stomach are all duo to Indigestion.
Kodol reUevaslodleestlon, This nov discovery
represents the natural juices cf digestion
as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonio
and reconstructive properties. Kodol tor
dyspepsia does not only wsiieve Indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this faraous KtmOf
helps all stomach troubha by cleansing
purifying, sweetening and strengthening'
the mucous membranes lining the stomach,
Mr. S. a Ball, of Ravotmrood. W. Va..
1 vas trootted Vlth sour ftoinach fcr tutnty jbjij.
Kaioi cared me end ws now usrag It la milk
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The trouble is, your liver's
sick. One of its products,
"bile," is overflowing into
You can't digest your foody
your aopetite k poor, you
suffer dreadfully from headache,
stomach ache, dizziness,
etc What you need is not a
dose of salts, cathartic water
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