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Collision on Ilrldgo.
The bridge oer Tradewator river,
on the Illinois Central railroad,
a mile from Dawson Springs, was
almost toruaway by a collision
two froight trains. Ono
was thrown into the river, the
euginccr and fireman going down,
but neither woro seriously injured.
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Take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for backache, weak kidneys and
inflammation of the bladder. Sold by
J. H. Orme.
Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints rc always more or lew prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man haa ruined bis beat horse going for a doctor
when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera
morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency.
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Is the most successful medioce yet produced for these diseases and can
always be depended npon, No doctor can prescribe a better medicine.
It is almost cartain to DC needed before the Summer is over. Buy it now.
Indians Believes In Omens.
Mysticism plays a part in
the hunting of the Indian. He is a
great beliocr in signs and onions,
and if he starts to hunt and soos a
sign or omen that bodes evil he turns
back to wait a more propitious time.
The flight of certain birds, the float
ing of a feather the crawling of
snakes, arc of import, and unless he
believes in the potency of his
to ovorcome the evil influence
he will not go after game when the
signs are not right. The Indian being
very susceptible to cold, doos
little hunting in the dead of winter.
Uoing ncitlior hardy nor warmly
clothed, he prefers the warm camp-fire
in the tepee to the distress of the
hunting trail whon the cold is biting.
It is generally belioved that the red-man
is one of the most hardy of the
human race, because he has spent his
life in the opon air, but that sort of
life is not conducive to hardiness unless
it be accompanied with plenty
of food and warm clothing. San
A Clear Complexion, Bright Eyes.
In most cases a sallow, blotched
complexion and dull heavy eyes are due
to poor digestion and an inactive liver.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion
and stimulates the liver and bowels
and makes the complexion smooth
and clear. Orino Laxative Fruit
un does not nauseate or pt'wip nm ia
Dying From Cat's Bite.
New York, Aug. JO. Mrs. Rachel
I). Rarry, who lives on the
Katontown road in Lonsr Rranch, N.
J., was bitten by a pet oat oarly in
July. The wound hcalod. Thoro
was no thought of grae conse
quences, ijast rmiay .Mrs. uarry
felt alight pains, which increased in
severity at intervals until they developed
into spasms. Dr. K. M.
Reach, who had the ease, called Dr.
S. J. Wooley in consultation, who
declared the woman had hydrophobia
and that her condition was hopeless.
Last night it was feared she would
die before morning.
The cat that bit Mrs. Rarry was
killod by a dog.
DeWitfs Carbollzed Witch Hazel
Salve is good for boils, burns, cuts,
scalds and skin diseased. It is especially
good for piles Sold by J. H.
Weekly Newspaper on Panama Strip.
Panama. Aug., 30, The Canal
Record, a weekly newspaper, will
make its appearance next woek as
the official organ of the canal authorities.
Joseph Rucklin Bishop,
Secretary of the Isthmian Canal
Commission, will have charge of the
Another job has beon added to
Mr Rishop duties. He has been
made chief of the trouble bureau.
mild and pleasant to take. Refuse! and W,U havc t0 lutcn to aH
substitutes. J. H. Orme.
A Ui'tch in lime saves nine.
Save many a sick spell
hy giving the child
Hhoultl kerp Kiippli' d with Ballard's Horehound Syrup, If phe
wishes to mvvo In r thildr n from n tus M(k rp IN. It contains
ly nntbtu,r Injurious, u ) a not cotntiputi . Good
for childrc n as w 11 a-.
A cough of Mi leads to consumption aul should be checked
A Household Necessity.
J 0 Smith, Jin T(i- "I have used
Balliud's Hon h I p In my fnniHy for the pat
few yi nr nnd 11 id t i snv imr t. nnv other cough
medicine v Iwinc tnd 1 i. Ii'jUm hold bhould bo
Bupplitd with woithy '
The Delight of Children.
COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPING
COUOH. SORIi THROAT.
AND ALL LL'NO TROUBLES.
PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00
AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
500-502 North Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Sold and Recommended by
James H. Orme, Marion, Ky.
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Gustier Struck in Clinton County.
Albany, Ky , Aug. .il. I .inton
county now think it it ha t big
gct oil woll in Kentucky. I is the
Standards No. I, on the Toi kin s
farm on Fannis craok. Oil wii Grt
struck in this well at .' f. and
puiu pod thirty barrels per di, ) ut
did not continue to give satisfactory
results. The company leo .id to
drill this hole deeper After
drilling had proceeded onl three
fet a regular gusher wa ni k
Oil gushed out over the derr k and
rit: and tiowed down the creek .ov
eriac Illwill creek. Some person)
fired the oil and caused r..ghtly
flames It was nocessary t build
a dam across a raviae to kee more
oil from running into the creek and
reaching the fire. It is estimated
that 3,000 barrels of oil e- aped before
the gusher could be ntroiled
The new well is now pumping at the
rate of 100 barrels an hour
Men Past Sixty In Danger.
More thnn half of mankind over sixty
years of age suu"er from kidney and
bladder disordors, usually enlargement
of prostrate gland. This is hoth pain
ful and dangerous, and FoIe i Kidney
Cure should be takon at tlr' sign of
danger, as it corrects lrreguutrites and
haa cured many old men of this disease
Mr. Rodney Burnett, Hock I' rt. Mo.,
wntei. "I sulfered with enlarged
prostrate gland and kidney tr.uble for
years and after taking two twttles of
Foley's Kidney Cure I feel b. tter than
I have for twenty yoars, although I
am now 91 years old." J H Orme
Sixteen-foot Allfgator S?en In Ohio.
Kvausvillo, Ind., Aug. 1. Kd-ward
Shackelford, Henja uin and
Frank Hauer and Kdward Hayes, all
reputable farmers of count ,
Ind., claim that when in a skill in
the loworOhio river near I u.ontown,
Ky., to-day, an alligator .ibout six-
iucu iuui long, anu as iar a an
ordinary horse attacked thorn and
the boat was almost swauipt i
Dr, Finn's Testimony Interesting.
Dr. Thomas Finn, of Boonsboro, Mo.,
who has practiced medicine for ?2
years, say helms used every prescription
known to the profession or treatment
of kidney and bladder diseases.
and says he hus nevor found anything
ho aifecive in both chronic and acute
kidney and bladder trouble a3 Foley's
Kidney Cure. It stops irregularities
ami builds up the whole sjstcm. J.
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U. 8. PROTECTED CRUISER. "RT. L OUIR."
Commander Nathaniel R. Uther; tonnage, 9,700; gum, 14; tpeed, 22 knots.
U 3. BATTLESHIP, "MAINE."
Capt Nathan E. Milet; tonnage, 12,500; gunt, 20; ipecd, 18 knots.
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Csptaln yet to be assigned; tonnage, 14,948; guns, 24; speed, 19 knots.
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Capt. &eaion bchroeaer; tonnage, 14,948; guns, 24; speed, 19 knots.
U. S. PROTECTED CRUISER, "CHICAGO."
Commander Robert M. Doyle; tonnage, 4,500; guns, 18; speed, 18 knots.
Flagship of Admiral Evans.
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Bwrtan Poultry Cure,
A superior roinodj nnj t n
for fowls. ITscd throiij:lu (t n
rc;i i r
Cures and Prevents
IMtolora. Iiiiuhornook, I;
Onios, Hlnckhond, Diarrli
otlior destructive blood a
Kcrm disousoH in turkc) ,
uhickutiH or vouu moxk i '
Adds tome mid modioiiial
itien to the drinking wat
food, which destroy all
and poiHoriM and prevent
ease I'rioo FiOe for largo ,
will ho sent by return a
prepaid, if jou state how i, 4.
fowli ) mi keep. Addrettx
Hui iiiion Hr.MKi) Co N
Lexington Kcntu v
R. L. Flanary's
IU presenting the Farm l)nar' i
of tl e Continental Fire Insure a
(' n X Y , for Cnttondeu h a
and LiMugston countios, The I'l
nix Mutual Life Int. Ho., of Ili't
ferd. I'onn., The Standard Auui
and Health Ins. Co , of Dec !
Mich , Indiana and Ohio Lie M k
Ins. Co , of Crawfordsvillc, Ind
Call on or write
K h.FLANAHY, Tom.C Cimik
Marion, Ky. Fredonia Ky
S 1 ilKHlir, Smithland, Ky
Kevil & Co.
HAVK KHTAIII 1HIIKI) A
Fire Insurance Agency in
If u have property in the town f
Marion let them insure it iou
shall have no reasons to regret it
Offico in Frost Hulding, Room 5
, Telct hone
Miss Nell Walker
and Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn.
W. H. CLARK,
I Special attention given to collect ns
Will practice mall the court .f the
State and in the I'mtcd States court
Office in I'rots Building, Hoota 7
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
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Llcbl Strctl Killwar
and Ttltphont Soppllt
Conuinilf od lUoJ
Don t fail to send for latost Catalogue
Jas. Clark Jr, Electric Co.
313 W Main St. Louisville, Ky.
life BUY THE A"
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THE NEW HOME 8EWIHC MACHINE COMPANY
Ma-y Sewic Mash. at regard-les
c' quawy, but the .hi
to wear Our tuaranty i 1Ver run out.
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ort iBtraJfl Tin "- Home'
bead of a U lI.Kl,.Br,. f4mlly J
MoIUbj iuillnrUiMl ltulToiilit
ron uc oy
Nunn & Tucker.